Open recruitment event at Middleton Hall Retirement Village

Learn more about careers at Middleton Hall Retirement Village at an open recruitment event on Thursday, October 20 from 4-8 p.m.

The event provides the perfect opportunity to visit Middleton Hall, meet department heads, discuss face-to-face opportunities and view the fabulous facilities at Middleton St George Retirement Village, near Darlington.

Middleton Hall’s operational teams cover a wide range of areas including care, support work, housekeeping, catering, reception, spa and activities, marketing, administration, transport, areas and maintenance.

The employee-owned business is currently expanding and there are rarely available opportunities to become the next passionate, caring, engaged and well-rewarded employee.

These include the recruitment of support workers for the village’s innovative Middleton Oaks service, which aims to support people living with the onset of dementia and which is currently being expanded.

Made up of households developed for people who want to lead as independent a life as possible but need a high level of practical support, Middleton Oaks is a popular and much sought-after location.

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Kirsty Wilson-Hartley, deputy manager of Middleton Oaks, who worked in community care before joining the team, explained: “We mainly support people with memory problems, from early to late stage, no day look alike”.

“You have to have a passion to want to care for people, but it’s about taking care of people, making them smile, making them laugh.”

Nicola Angus, a senior support worker in Middleton Oaks, added: “The best thing about my job is taking care of people and the joy you get from seeing them happy when you throw parties and help them. to do things they love.

She added: “Middleton Hall is like a five-star luxury hotel for residents. It’s the best!”

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Middleton Hall Retirement Village is unusual in its industry because it is owned by its employees. The people who work there are co-owners of the business, which provides greater opportunity to make a difference and participate in the future direction of the business.

The company is built on a caring, people-oriented culture and career progression is always offered to those who work there. It prides itself on offering values-based recruitment, emphasizing candidate qualities and not just qualifications.

The open recruiting event at Middleton Hall Retirement Village will take place on Thursday, October 20, from 4-8 p.m. No appointment is necessary – just show up!

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To find out more about working at Middleton Hall, where carer pay rates start from £10 per hour and permanent contracts with variable hours are offered, visit:

Middleton Hall Retirement Village, Middleton St. George, Darlington, County Durham, DL2 1HA

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