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Our people are our greatest asset, and everyone has a vital role to play in providing our residents with excellent, person-centred care. We rely upon our staff to treat each person with dignity and respect, and to carry out their work with skill and dedication. We work hard to attract and retain high-calibre employees across the whole organisation.

We reward our staff with competitive salaries and access to a Group Pension Scheme. We also invest in rigorous training and ongoing personal development so that every staff member can contribute their utmost and enjoy the satisfaction of growing in their work.

We feel the best way for you to get to know us is to hear from some of our team direct.

Rilewa Olanipekun - Mission Care

Rilewa Olanipekun - Clinical Lead, Homefield

I registered as a Nurse in 2010 and joined Mission Care in February 2015. Two years later, I was promoted to Clinical Lead at Homefield.

 

“I like working at Mission Care because it feels like one big family. There is a real team spirit around the home and everybody works well together. I also enjoy working closely with our residents.”

Ese Okpodu - Mission Care

Ese Okpodu - Clinical Lead, Elmwood

I joined Mission Care in 2009 after graduating from South Bank University as a registered Nurse the same year. With great support from the team, and provision of quality training, I was promoted to the role of Clinical Lead.

 

“For me, the atmosphere and environment at Mission Care is what makes it special. I like the fact that it is a Christian organisation, and most importantly, I feel at home when I’m at Elmwood.”

Uchenna Nwagbolu - Mission Care

Uchenna Nwagbolu - Registered Nurse, Elmwood Dementia Floor

I have been a registered nurse since 2013 and joined Mission Care in 2014 where I work on Elmwood’s dedicated Dementia floor.

 

“I like working for Mission Care because it is a Christian organisation and they respect resident and staff spirituality. I enjoy the diverse, cultural environment and how we all work together as a team for the benefit of our residents. I also like the opportunity that I have had to excel and lead on the Dementia floor where I am currently working. We get recognised and rewarded for hard work which I think is important.”


Equal opportunities
Mission Care is an equal opportunities employer and will never unlawfully discriminate on any grounds unrelated to our ethos. Management and leadership positions with Mission Care homes carry a Genuine Occupational Requirement for the post-holder to be a Christian since this guides the ethos and charitable objectives of the organisation.