Swale Woman Named Regional Team Member of the Year

Kerrie Wilkie, who has been working as a Business Administration Apprentice, Then promoted to Marketing Associate and now an Office Administrator for Bluebird Care Swale for over 3 years has been nominated by her peers to represent the region at the inaugural Bluebird Care Awards in the ‘team member’ category. In doing so, she is awarded the title ‘Regional Team Member of the Year’ for the South East region.  

22/05/2019

Kerrie Wilkie, who has been working as a Business Administration Apprentice, Then promoted to Marketing Associate and now an Office Administrator for Bluebird Care Swale for over 3 years has been nominated by her peers to represent the region at the inaugural Bluebird Care Awards in the ‘team member’ category. In doing so, she is awarded the title ‘Regional Team Member of the Year’ for the South East region.  

A care professional has been announced as a national finalist by one of Britain’s biggest providers of homecare services in the UK, Bluebird Care.
 
Kerrie Wilkie, who has been working as a Business Administration Apprentice, Then promoted to Marketing Associate and now an Office Administrator for Bluebird Care Swale for over 3 years has been nominated by her peers to represent the region at the inaugural Bluebird Care Awards in the ‘team member’ category. In doing so, she is awarded the title ‘Regional Team Member of the Year’ for the South East region.
 
Kerrie was nominated by Bluebird Care Swale’s owner Charmaine Grech, beating other Bluebird Care employees from across the region to win the regional award and national nomination.
 
Working in the care sector can be an incredibly rewarding experience, and the role is so important in mitigating loneliness in older people. It requires a genuinely caring nature, and Kerrie was nominated as she excels in her own role but also gives time and experience to others.
 
Her win means she will represent the South East region at the national final at Fortnum and Mason, London, on September 5, where national winners in each category will be decided by an independent panel of judges made up from media, the charity sector and the United Kingdom Homecare Association. She is always happy even when confronted with tasks and challenges and completes them to very high standards.
 
The awards ceremony recognises the outstanding contribution that carers, registered managers and team members make in improving the lives of Bluebird Care customers.
 
Bluebird Care Chief Operating Officer Duncan Berry said: “Bluebird Care is privileged to have thousands of extraordinary people providing care and support to our customer’s every day. With so many brilliant nominations to choose from it has not been easy to select our regional winners. However, our regional winners were able to demonstrate truly exceptional qualities and commitment that saw them take their place in the national final. I want to congratulate all of our winners for their dedication to our customers and wish them good luck for the national final.”