Here at Anderson’s our mission is to provide excellent care services for older people, ensuring that they have a good quality of life and that their safety and wellbeing is a priority.
- We strive to maintain a culture that is positive, healthy and supportive where all staff feel valued and can contribute to the development of Anderson’s.
- We provide comprehensive and ongoing training programmes so that staff are equipped with the necessary skills and knowledge to adequately care for our residents.
If you are looking for a place that is supportive, friendly and maintains high standards then Anderson’s could be the place for you. Whatever role you seek whether it is caring, housekeeping, catering or administration, and you are someone who is caring and has empathy with others, always carries out tasks with a positive attitude to a good standard and with a smile, shares our passion for enriching the lives of our residents, we will welcome you to Anderson’s with open arms!
At Anderson’s we strive to be as supportive and flexible as we can be when it comes to a career with us. We have people who have changed careers and moved into administration or housekeeping. Indeed, our own Home Manager commenced life at Anderson’s as a kitchen domestic!!
Caring is at the heart of what we do at Anderson’s, so why would you want to work in care?
Working in a care home as a carer is not an easy role, but it is an essential one and carries considerable responsibility. It involves a broad range of duties and tasks from client care responsibilities such as personal care to assisting in activities and even providing emotional support or simply companionship for the resident. Providing direct care to residents can, at times, be quite challenging both physically and mentally, and you can guarantee that two days will never be the same. When you have tough days, you always have your team around you to encourage and support you. The real joy that comes with the responsibility is the reward and satisfaction of making a positive difference to someone’s life and that is not just the resident themselves but their families and friends who feel happy and content that their family member is being very well looked after.