Recruiting now for Innovative New Centre

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If you are thinking about a new role or change of career in 2017, come and visit us at the

 Recruitment Open Events at Middleton Hall  

Saturday January 7th 2017 10.00am – 12.00noon  or Thursday 12th January 2017 4.30pm – 7.00pm

 At Middleton Hall, we wish to recruit exceptional individuals who will share our passion for providing our residents with the highest quality of life in our new “family style living” centre. If you are a team player, with a positive and caring attitude who share our values for excellence, we want to meet you. We offer great rates of pay, terrific training opportunities and a rewarding working environment in which you can progress your career. Your personality, skills and attitude are more important than any experience in a care setting. Both day and night time roles are available.

New Family Style Living Centre - Artist's impression
New Family Style Living Centre – Artist’s impression

The construction of the £1.5 million purpose built family living centre is well underway with a completion date scheduled for April 2017. It is envisaged that residents will be able to move in from May.



The new centre, to be known as Middleton Oaks will be 2 x 8 bedded households and focuses on small group living within a home environment. There is a separate entrance to the centre through a covered winter garden. This lifestyle is particularly attractive for people who live with dementia promoting a participative and nurturing relationship in a familiar home setting. Please click here to learn more about family style living.

It is our aim to recruit all the additional roles required for this service by March 2017 to allow for essential training and induction of all the best practice working methods.


Do you feel you have the skills, values, personality and approach to be successful in this environment? Can you make a real difference to our residents, many who live with dementia?


You must be positive and committed to making a difference to the lives of our residents by enabling and empowering them to live well. The new households will be quite independent and those involved will need to have a wide range of skills, those used on a daily basis within the home. ie cooking, baking, arts & crafts, sewing, gardening.

It’s more than just a job.” Please click here to read how Sheenagh Young describes what it’s like working in Family Living .

Please click on the video below to learn why Kirsty Wilson Hartley loves working in Family Living at Middleton Hall.

Due to continued expansion and the development of a diverse range of services, Middleton Hall Retirement Village offers a wide range of employment opportunities, both full time, part time, casual and on a volunteer basis.  These include care, nursing, housekeeping, gardening, catering, maintenance, spa and healthy living advisors, front of house, HR and administration. Find out more at our recruitment events.

If you missed the events, it’s not too late! Please phone Jill Milner or Fiona Green for more information.






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