WANT TO BE PART OF OUR TEAM
Giving care and support to others can be one of the most rewarding jobs you will ever do. At Windlesham Manor the focus is very much on the quality of our service.
If you take a similar pride in working to the highest standards, we hope you will consider coming and working with us. You will receive excellent induction training and the opportunity to study towards a Health and Social Care diploma where appropriate plus be a part of a fun and dedicated team earning a competitive salary and benefits.
All applicants need to be able to speak a good standard English, provide two good references, of which one should be from your last employer and pass a DBS/CRB check.
If you think you have what it takes, please either give us a call on 01892 611000 or complete the form opposite and we will get back to you.
VOLUNTEER WITH US
We are always happy to speak to individuals who may want to volunteer for us, a brilliant way to get real work experience. Contact us by phone as above or using the form indicating you would like to volunteer.
Meet the Team
Having worked in a range of areas within the care sector for more than 20 years, I feel privileged to work at Windlesham Manor where my co-workers are sociable, knowledgeable and caring and I feel that I am learning from the best people.
I love my work and the people I work beside. The daily meetings with the residents and their families are always welcome and I feel that Windlesham Manor is a home or second home for everyone involved.
Head of Care
I started working at Windlesham Manor in 1990 and still feel excitement walking through the doors knowing I am about to make a difference to someone.
I love working at Windlesham because everything is organised and well communicated amongst my co-workers which eases my responsibilities. We are one big happy family in a very friendly environment. I like to organise and plan my day but the most important and satisfactory thing for me is to see the gratefulness of the faces of all the elderly people. Even when doing small and insignificant things, like watering flowers, polishing the dust, stitching buttons, etc.
Martin trained in Westminster catering college alongside Jamie Oliver, Ainsley Harriet and Antony Thomas Worroll. Accolades include student chef of the year 1982. His career included working at the Dorchester Hotel under Anton Mosimann and the Connaught in London. Following on with his own catering business, French Collection Catering, where Martin cooked for the Queen, and festive occasions for film stars and music celebrities nationwide. After selling the business 25 years later he is now cooking for our very special residents.
I’ve worked at Windlesham Manor for nearly 20 years as a Care Worker and I was delighted to be recently appointed as Activities Coordinator.
I am very much looking forward to the challenges this new role will bring, and to researching and organising new and interesting activities that the residents will hopefully enjoyts.