Work at Parris Lawn

At Parris Lawn, we pride ourselves on offering top quality care in hotel-like surroundings and we're always looking for people with the warmth, sensitivity and expertise to join our teams and provide the best possible personal care.

For a look at our current vacancies please see the list below. Alternatively if you would like to make a general enquiry we would like to hear from you, whether you're just starting out in your career or you are looking for a fresh challenge in a care environment.

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Latest Vacancies

Catering Assistant Required
40 hours per week, £8 per hour, This role supports the cook in maintaining the smooth running of the kitchen by assisting with the preparation and serving of food, washing up and maintaining the general cleanliness of the food preparation and servery areas.
Domestic/Housekeeping Staff Required
We are looking to recruit Domestic/Housekeeping staff Various hours available £8 per hour
Chef Required
We are looking for a full time permanent Chef to join our Team providing high quality, delicious freshly prepared food with an emphasis on Fine Dining. You will report to the Head Chef Rate of pay is £12 per hour
Night Care Assistant Required
Full time, Part time or Bank available £8.25 Per hour Weekday Nights £9.25  Per hour Weekend Nights. To work as a member of the care team delivering high quality, person centred care in a way that respects the dignity of our residents and promotes independence, freedom of choice and wellbeing. Self-motivated, Team working skills, Compassionate, Mandatory Training or willing to undertake training. Good communication skills, both verbal and written.
Care Assistants for Day shift, Night shifts, Full/Part Time and Bank. Terms & Conditions of Employment discussed at interview and subject to qualifications and experience (All roles above the National Living Wage)
Care Assistant Role Profile General Description: This role works as a member of the care team delivering high quality, person centred care in a way that respects the dignity of our residents and promotes independence, freedom of choice and wellbeing. Key Responsibilities: • Assist residents with all aspects of personal care and their Activities of Daily Living (ADL) whilst maintaining their privacy and dignity at all times. • Assist residents in the use of their personal equipment and mobility aids when necessary, ensuring all are well maintained and functional. • Understand, contribute to and be familiar with the residents’ Person Centred Care Plans and report any changes or updates to the shift lead. • Complete accurate and effective written records and audits as instructed and in line with the Company’s care policies and procedures. • Understand and undertake the role of a key worker to nominated residents. • Assist residents during mealtimes and serve meals and drinks as required. • Answer the Home Call system promptly and give assistance as required. • Ensure a safe environment is maintained at all times within the Home, reporting any incidents, accidents, infections or hazards/ faults. • Undertake mandatory training and identified training in order to be able to carry out the role. • Attend regular supervision and appraisal meetings. • Assist with or attend to any other duties which are reasonable to the role. • Be responsible for maintaining own professional knowledge and competence as well as coaching and encouraging others. • Ensure the safety and security of the Home i.e. identification of visitors (sign in and out), alarms etc. • Be responsible for own health and safety and that of colleagues and residents alike. • Respect confidentiality and work in accordance with the Data Protection Act (1998). • Promote and ensure the good reputation of the Home and the Company at all times. This role is accountable to: Senior Care Assistant RGN Clinical Lead/ Deputy Manager/ Therapy Lead Home Manager 
Night Registered Nurse. Full time/part time/bank. £17 per hour Pay.  RGN/RMN
Registered Nurse Role Profile General description: This position is a clinical role utilising management skills that will lead the shifts within the Nursing Home environment. This role ensures that all staff are clear of their responsibilities and are working as a team to provide and maintain the highest professional standards of care in accordance with the Company’s care policies and procedures. This role also accepts personal accountability for own practice as a Registered Nurse (RN) and will work at all times to the guidelines and code of conduct set by our regulators and the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) Key responsibilities: • Provide a high standard of nursing care to meet the needs of residents based on an assessment of their care needs in consultation with the resident and their relatives. • Deliver the Systematic Approach to Nursing care by assessing, planning, implementing, updating and evaluating the residents’ person centred needs; continually re-assessing the care delivery and adapting or prioritising the planned care appropriately. • Delegation and supervision of duties to care staff including management and control of handover processes, daily notes, leading care. • Management and monitoring of allocations and person centred care. • Communication with outside Agencies, Medical Practitioners and multi-disciplinary members. • Liaison with relatives/ next of kin/ resident representatives on relevant information in respect of the resident care plan. • Ordering of drugs and medical supplies and the safe disposal of unwanted drugs, in accordance with accepted procedures. • Storage and administration of drugs including controlled drugs. • Routine observations, audits and record keeping. • Care of wounds and tissue viability. • Adhere to the policies and procedures as laid down by the Company. • Attend and run regular supervision, appraisal meetings and sickness reviews. • Undertake mandatory training and identified training in order to be able to carry out the role. • Ensure a safe environment is maintained at all times within the Home, reporting any incidents, accidents, infections or hazards/ faults. • Undertake mandatory training and identified training in order to be able to carry out the role. • Assist with or attend to any other duties which are reasonable to the role. • Be responsible for maintaining own professional knowledge and competence as well as coaching and encouraging others. • Ensure the safety and security of the Home i.e. identification of visitors (sign in and out), alarms etc. • Be responsible for own health and safety and that of colleagues and residents alike. • Respect confidentiality and work in accordance with the Data Protection Act (1998). • Promote and ensure the good reputation of the Home and the Company at all times. This job description is intended to give an appreciation of the role envisaged and range of duties. It is not exhaustive and does not detail every activity; specific objectives will be agreed with the post holder as required. This role is accountable to: Clinical Lead/ Deputy Manager/ Therapy Lead Home Manager

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