Contact our head office team on 01482 665063
Westfield Park
  • Senior Care Assistant
  • Care Assistant

Magdalen Park
  • Night Senior Care Assistant
  • Senior Care Assistant
  • Care Assistant

Lindsey Hall
  • Night Senior Care Assistant

Beverley Parklands
  • JOB ADVERT - 31st May, Recruitment Day - 10am to 4pm
  • Calling all - Senior Care Assistants and Care Assistants!
  • This is your chance to be shown around the Home, meet management, staff and residents and, if recruited, we can complete your CRB application on the day (therefore bring all relevant documentation with you - please get in touch if unsure what to bring). Application forms can be completed on the day or before (either by picking a form up or by completing one on our website).
  • The residents and staff of Beverley Parklands look forward to meeting you!
  • PLEASE NOTE: Due to the high volume of applications received for our current vacancies we will no longer be accepting any further applications. Interviews will take place week commencing 02/07/18.

Tranby Park Care Home
  • Recruitment is not starting until January 2019. Please check the website in the future for more announcements.

To apply for a role at one of our homes please complete an online application form. To start this click on the start button below.

Alternatively please email or post, to the home of your choice, an application form which you can download and complete/print by clicking one of the following links (DOC or PDF).


At Yorkare Homes our aim is to have all our care staff working towards a level 2 in the National Diplomas or NVQ 2 or higher in care and actively encourage our staff to complete any further training we feel will help the care being provided to our residents. We have a large staff team with high staff to resident ratios who have completed a robust and varied training schedule to provide the highest quality care. Westfield Park has its own training room and computer training stations for the staff which will help deliver the courses without any disruption.

Staff have been trained at Bradford University Dementia Centre in Dementia Care Mapping which is a new innovative way of evaluating the quality of care from the perspective of the person with dementia. This involves the staff observing a resident or group of residents over time in different care situations, recording at five minute intervals every detail about their care, about what each individual does and how engaged he or she is with their environment. They also record when a person shows negative, neutral or positive emotions, such as frustration or joy, and why. The results can then be analysed, implemented into the care plans and reported to the care team. We are excited about this skill available to us at Westfield Park and believe it will bring positive changes to the daily routine of our residents’ lives.

We have a team of fully trained cooks and kitchen staff using the latest restaurant standard equipment providing healthy, tasty menus, with a choice at every meal. These menus are updated with the help of our residents requests and surveys. All laundry and cleaning requirements are also done in-house by our housekeeping team.