Our new adult care home in Cross Green is set to bring 100 jobs to Leeds

24 April 2019


We’re excited to announce that our new care home in Leeds is set to create more than 100 jobs in the local area. Copperfields will officially open in September, with work well underway to prepare for residents’ arrival in just over four months.

Our new specialist adult nursing home is situated by East Leeds Cricket Club in the suburb of Cross Green and we’re looking for medical professionals and domestic staff to join our team ahead of the big opening this autumn.

Copperfields will provide specialist nurse-led care for 30 adults with complex needs including people living with complex dementia and long-term mental ill-health. Copperfields has a variety of roles that we’re looking to fill – everything from neurological nurses to carers and cooks, so we encourage people from the local area to get in touch if they are interested in any types of roles.

Selina Wall, our Senior Director of Operations, said: “This is a great opportunity to be part of our brand-new home in Cross Green, particularly for medical professionals wanting to move away from hospital life in the region to a more holistic care environment. It’s a really exciting time and a chance for a new team to help shape the service we will offer. 

We’re lucky to be joining such a great community. We’ve already worked closely with Cross Green Growing Together who helped us choose the home’s lovely name and we’re excited to work with the community more over the coming months.”

Copperfields will be our second Leeds home, alongside Ravensdale in Whinmoor which has been in the city for almost ten years and is rated Good in all areas by the Care Quality Commission and specialises in care for people with neuro-disability.

Keen to join us and make every day better for everyone we care for and work with? Discover which team is the right fit for you on our Careers overview, review the latest job descriptions on our Current Vacancies page and read our latest news updates on LinkedIn.