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65 jobs announced at Dublin care centre

Beechfield Nursing Home Group today announced the creation of 65 new jobs at its new care facility, Mount Hybla Private Designated Care Centre .

Damian Gallagher, Mark Hutch and Tom Rowland, Directors, Beechfield Nursing Home Group.
Damian Gallagher, Mark Hutch and Tom Rowland, Directors, Beechfield Nursing Home Group.
Image: Hybla Private Designated Care Centre

THE CREATION OF 65 new jobs has been announced at a care home in Castleknock, Co Dublin.

Beechfield Nursing Home Group today announced the creation of 65 new jobs at its new care facility, Mount Hybla Private Designated Care Centre – located in Farmleigh Estate, Castleknock, Dublin 15 – which is due to open over the coming weeks.

The new jobs will be in the areas of nursing, caring, catering, administration and support services.

“Beechfield Nursing Home Group is looking forward to opening our new facility, Mount Hybla Private Designated Care Centre, in the tranquil surroundings of Farmleigh. The Group is also delighted with the creation of a further 65 jobs for Dublin, which adds to our existing work force of 141 across the Group,” said Damien Gallagher, Director, Beechfield Nursing Home Group.

The project provided 145 construction and related jobs during the building phase, the group said.

The Mount Hybla Designated Care Centre will include an extensive sensory garden and other state of the art facilities for clients. The centre will be run by newly appointed Director of Nursing, Tanya Grandon, who 28 years’ experience as a nurse, 26 of which have been spent caring for the elderly.

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