North Wales Job Opportunities - Cook, House / Deputy Manager

North Wales
Bank
Catering, Healthcare / Socialcare
£12 - £12 Per Hour

Cook / Deputy House Manager / House Manager  

Various opportunities across North Wales 

  

From £12.00 per hour   

0 hours per week - no commitment, work when it suits you   

Various North Wales locations – work from a site that is most convenient for you.   

  

The opportunity:  

  

At Abbeyfield North Wales, we're not just offering a job; we're inviting you to become part of a community that champions dignity, friendship, and security for our residents. Our unique approach balances support with independence, ensuring our residents live a fulfilled and comfortably life. Now, you have the chance to contribute to this vibrant environment by joining our Bank Team. Please tell us in your application form which location you’d like to work in. We have sites in:  

  

  • Abergele LL22 7EW
  • Flint CH6 5AS 
  • Llandudno LL30 2YP  
  • Llanfairfechan LL33 0RW 
  • Mold CH7 1SU  
  • Prestatyn, LL19 9LS 
  • Ruthin, LL15 1BL 
  • Tywyn, LL36 9AB  

  

If you're looking for a role that offers flexibility, personal growth, and the chance to make a significant impact in the lives of others, Abbeyfield North Wales is the place for you. Our available positions include House Manager, Deputy House Manager, and Cook, all of which involve a blend of cooking and administrative duties.  

  

This role is perfect for anyone looking for additional hours around other commitment, or to gain some experience in housing and health and social care sector.  

  

Why Choose Abbeyfield?  

  • Flexible Working Hours: Enjoy the freedom to work when it best suits you, ensuring a perfect harmony between your professional and personal life.  
  • Diverse Experiences: Our Bank Team members have the opportunity to work across different locations, offering a rich variety of working environments. This means meeting new people, facing new challenges, and acquiring a broad spectrum of skills.  
  • Rewarding Roles: These roles are pivotal in supporting our residents to live independently, thrive within the community, and lead fulfilled lives.  
  • Growth Opportunities: Ideal for those seeking additional hours around other commitments or aiming to delve into the health and social care sector. While we focus on supporting independence and do not provide personal care, the role is immensely rewarding and an excellent stepping stone for career growth.  

  

What we need from you:  

  • Individuals who are approachable, friendly, and empathetic, with a knack for engaging in meaningful conversations. Our tenants value getting to know those who work in their homes, so someone who enjoys  chat would be perfect for this post!
  • Candidates confident in interacting with tenants' families, contractors, and health and welfare professionals, serving as a reliable point of contact.
  • Applicants with a genuine interest in making a difference, eager to support others in living a life of independence and fulfilment.

 

What we will offer in return:    

  • Zero-hour contracts for ultimate flexibility—work as much or as little as you wish, with no obligation to accept shifts.  
  • Choose your preferred working location or enjoy the variety of working across multiple sites, or in your preferred site of choice.  
  • Comprehensive training provided, ensuring you're well-equipped to excel in your chosen role.  
  • Opportunity for permanent positions as they arise, perfect for those looking to transition into a career within the health and social care sector.  

  

What’s it like to work at Linc?  

Linc are passionate, ambitious, and respectful. We take pride in everything we do; we are creating a happier, healthier Wales.  

We are creating an environment for people to flourish; we offer training, support, and career opportunities.  

We offer great work life balance, competitive salaries, excellent benefits, wellbeing support and much more!  

Our customers are at the heart of everything we do, so in one word – working at Linc is rewarding.  

   

What’s next?  

Join us in fostering a community where every day is about living life to the fullest, with dignity, friendship, and security. Apply today and become a cherished member of the Abbeyfield North Wales family.  

  

Please click apply and complete our short application. The advert will close at 23:45 on 7th August 2024. We reserve the right to close the advert before this date once we are in receipt of sufficient applications.  

  

Before you go…   

   

In trying to make our workforce more diverse, we adopt a Positive Action Rule to people from ethnic minority groups. This means that if you meet the selection criteria in the job advert and are from an ethnic minority community, you will be offered an interview, if you give consent for this rule to be applied to your application.    

   

   

   

   

   

   

  

 

 

 

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