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Black Isle care home plans one-to-one meetings for people interested in living or working there; Parklands £5.5m facility set to open in Fortrose in new year


By Hector MacKenzie

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The care home will open early in the new year.
The care home will open early in the new year.

With the Black Isle’s new £5.5 million care home due to open in early 2021, the operator Parklands Care Homes is holding a series of one to one meetings for anyone interested in living or working in the new care home.

Around 50 full-time equivalent jobs are expected to be created in the area when the new 40 bed care home opens.

Parklands is currently recruiting for a variety of managerial, care, nursing and ancillary roles. Managers will also be available to talk to anyone interested in registering to live in the care home.

Meetings will take place on Monday, November 23 and Tuesday, November 24 at Fortrose & Rosemarkie Golf Club. Meetings are strictly by appointment and limited to one person per slot in order to maintain social distancing.

For more information visit www.parklandsgroup.com/news



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