Artist impression of Windsor Court on Sandbeck Way in Wetherby
Artist impression of Windsor Court on Sandbeck Way in Wetherby
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New Wetherby care home

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Windsor Court, which is due to open early next year, will employ nearly 50 people once it is fully staffed.

Construction began on the two floor 66 bed home by LNT Care Developments earlier this year.

Home Manager, Paula Mountjoy, is overseeing all recruitment including Deputy Managers, Care Assistants, the Kitchen Team, domestic, hospitality and administration staff.  As well as recruiting, Paula is dedicated to developing Windsor Court as a key part of the local community and is seeking local groups, schools, churches and volunteers to visit the home and take part in regular activities and events with the residents.

Paula has been employed by Ideal Carehomes, who will operate Windsor Court, for nearly 8 years.  She has worked her way up from Care Assistant to Deputy Manager and she is now an experienced Home Manager.

Paula said:

It is so exciting to be with Windsor Court right from the start and to be recruiting our caring staff team.  I am extremely keen to promote care as a positive career choice with plenty of progression for the right people.

I am regularly visiting our new home to keep an eye on the progress and I have actually been inside for the first time this week which was brilliant!

We will have an amazing building to work in so once I have my full staff team, everything will be in place to provide a great place to live for our future residents.

 

Home Manager Paula Mountjoy, Site Manager Graham Frost, Assistant Site Manager Ian Meldrum and Care Manager Tom Ogden outside Windsor Court in Wetherby
Home Manager Paula Mountjoy, Site Manager Graham Frost, Assistant Site Manager Ian Meldrum and Care Manager Tom Ogden outside Windsor Court in

 

Ideal Carehomes’ Head of HR, Sarah Colling, is assisting Paula with recruitment.

Sarah said:

We are really looking forward to meeting the people of Wetherby and beyond and helping them to find a rewarding new role.  The benefits of working in care are huge and people also find that the working hours fit well around their personal life.

Paula and I are committed to recruiting and retaining the very best team for Windsor Court and if our staff are keen to progress, we will help them – Paula is a great example of this.

 

Sarah Clark, who works as a Care Assistant for another Ideal home said:

Working for Ideal Carehomes is everything I thought it would be and more. The focus is person-centred care – helping people to care for themselves and me being able to care for them. There are not many jobs you can say you look forward to going to and when I leave, I feel like I have made a difference.

 




 

 

 

 


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