Sussex Healthcare is looking to hire more caregivers to fill vacancies for physical therapists, nurses, and administrative staff. The company provides new hires with full training for the different positions, so recruits do not have to have prior experience to apply for a job. Sussex Healthcare wants ambitious individuals who are warm, compassionate, have a good attitude and have a desire to care for people. Caregivers should be open to working day or night shifts and weekends, and they must commit to providing each resident with the highest level of care. Individuals who are interested in working in Sussex Healthcare should also be comfortable working in a team environment, which helps to improve the quality of life for the residents.
It is important for each caregiver to provide each individual patient with a sense of dignity and contribute to making their life better. This means following the care plan for each individual resident and getting to know each resident on a personal level. Caregivers are expected to assist residents with daily living activities such as bathing, dressing, eating, grooming, and more. Sussex Healthcare offers specialized training to its experienced caregivers. Some of the specialties include elderly care, dementia, physical or mental disabilities, terminal illness, and respite.
In addition to training, the company offers its caregivers a competitive pay rate, which includes double the pay rate on holidays. The company also offers many benefits to its caregivers, including bonus pay for working on weekends, paid breaks, free uniforms, free busing for staff, a pension option, and discounted meals to name a few. The main benefit is the comprehensive training, mentoring, and apprenticeship programs caregivers go through so that they can grow in their profession. An article on www.sussexhealthcare.org titled “Sussex Healthcare is Hiring Caregivers at Multiple Locations,” lists Horsham, Uckfield, Crawley, Billingshurst, Henfield, and East Grenstead as the locations where homes have open positions. There is a total of 23 homes, and caregivers can transfer to different homes when there are openings.