Recruitment firm sells nursing home and appoints northern representative

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

Marjorie Knightly Day and Ann Ogle-Skan, who launched Knightly Search & Selection nine months ago, have sold their own nursing home. Mrs Knightly Day said the sale of Bybrook House in Box, Wiltshire, would allow them to concentrate on recruitment and related consultancy advice. “We know the care home sector well after ten years of running a nursing home as owners and managers,” Mrs Knightly Day said. “We make use of this experience in recruiting for care home owners, as well as helping them make sure they retain good senior managers who are in short supply.” The recruitment consultancy has recently appointed a northern representative, Christine Caird, based in Leeds. Ms Caird is a registered nurse and has worked in the care home sector for most of her career. She is a former BUPA assessor and was an inspector of nursing homes for North Yorkshire for six years in the early 1990s. “Christine is good news for northern nurses,” Mrs Knightly Day said. “She has a keen understanding of the care home sector and has a

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