BUPA seeks care home managers

Posted on March 1st, by editor in Caring Times. No Comments

BUPA Care Homes has launched a nation-wide campaign to recruit care home managers. With more than 245 care homes across the UK, BUPA is one of the biggest employers of care home managers, in the country. National recruitment manager Lucy Brewer said her company would like to hear from registered nurses with management experience, registered nurses who would like to develop skills and move into management and people with general management experience. “Managers without a nursing background are supported by nurses,” Ms Brewer said. “The managers of our care homes play an extremely important role in the life of their homes. They are responsible for the day-to-day running of their homes but more importantly they play a vital role in ensuring that the homes are home to all our residents.” Neville Simpson, manager of one of BUPA¹s care homes, believes the way forward for care homes is to have managers from a variety of backgrounds who can offer residents the choices that enhance their quality of life. “My backgrou

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