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Care services in your community need YOU!

We would like to hear from you. If you are: -

  • Being laid off temporarily
  • Or work for a business which is closing
  • Or need additional work to meet bills
  • Or want to change your career direction

You will join a community of caring professionals who care deeply for the people in their care and for each other too!

I want to find out more and register my interest
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  • Support Workers – Witney

    With Brandon Trust

    £19,999 - £20,737 pa pro rata + benefits

    Closing Date: 30 Sep 2020

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    Company Name: Brandon Trust

    Nature of the Company: Brandon Trust exist to enable children, young people and adults with a learning disability, autism or both to live life in the way they choose.

    We do that by providing high-quality, person-centred support that focuses on enabling each individual to achieve their dreams and truly live free.

    Responsibilities: Join learning disability charity Brandon Trust as a support worker and discover a genuinely rewarding role with plenty of training, support, a competitive salary, benefits and opportunities to develop your career. You don’t necessarily need experience as we provide full training.

    In Witney we have a full-time and part time role where you’ll support people with a learning disability, autism or both at home and in the community. This is a new role and it's an exciting time to join us as we look to build our team and develop services to ensure we’re delivering excellent quality and outcomes for the people we support.

    About the role

    You’ll join our friendly teams, enabling people to increase their independence; there’s lots of variety. You’ll support individuals in all aspects of daily living; from cooking to managing finances. Supporting people with their personal care and medication needs is also key. As a support worker you’ll also support people to do things in their community; from shopping and going on day trips to sport and visiting day centres.

    About you

    If you’re new to social care, we will support you gain the nationally recognised Care Certificate. If you have experience as a care assistant or care worker, you’ll discover we provide plenty of on-going training, support to achieve relevant qualifications and career progression. We will also give you specific training for some roles including epilepsy, emergency medication, diabetes, PBS/PRT and PEG.

    You’ll need good communication skills and a positive, patient approach. Respectful of people’s differences, you can build professional relationships and have a flexible approach. You can work 24/7 shifts including weekends and evenings / nights. A full driving licence is essential for some roles.

    Benefits: We provide a range of benefits.

    All support workers work flexible shifts to provide a 24/7 service to the people we support.

    Full-time support workers work 37.5 hours plus one sleep-in a week (pay for these sleep-ins is included in the annual salary figures shown above). We also have some services where sleep-ins are not required. The salary for these roles is £17,392 - £18,130 pa.

    All support workers have the option of working additional hours or sleep-ins in a range of services and are paid £50-£70 extra per sleep-in.

    Successful applicants for this role will require an enhanced DBS check.

    We are an Equal Opportunities employer and welcome applicants from all sections of the community.

    Job Ref: OACP/

    Work Location: Oxfordshire,West Oxfordshire

    Salary Details: £19,999 - £20,737 pa pro rata + benefits

    Job Term: Permanent

    Appointment Type: Full Time,Part Time

    Hours: Full & Part-time

    Closing Date: 30 Sep 2020

  • HealthCare Assistants – Oxford City, Kidlington, Banbury

    With Saint Catherine's Care Oxford

    12p/h

    Closing Date: 30 Sep 2020

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    Company Name: Saint Catherine's Care Oxford

    Nature of the Company: Oxfordshire based home care provider. Fast-growing and dynamic, with emphasis on working stability staff wellbeing, and quality of care.

    Responsibilities: We are looking for kind, patient, compassionate, reliable, resilient, and committed people required to join our team of healthcare assistants in Oxford City, Kidlington, Banbury and surrounds.

    Benefits: Localised and clustered work.
    Designated permanent caseloads - your work run never changes, unless in a genuine emergency or at your request.
    Starting hourly rate is £12 p/h for experienced staff.
    immediate start available.
    Weekend and bank holiday bonus pay.
    1st class support from your supervisor.

    Experience: 1yr + experience required. NVQ qualification particularly desirable.
    New entrants to care are also considered.

    Special Requirements: Car drivers required.
    Walkers considered

    Job Ref: OACP/SCCOXON

    Work Location: Cherwell,Oxford city,Oxfordshire,South Oxfordshire,West Oxfordshire

    Salary Details: 12p/h

    Job Term: Permanent

    Appointment Type: Full Time,Part Time

    Hours: Flexible - FT/PT available

    Closing Date: 30 Sep 2020

  • Care Supervisor/Assistant Full time/Part time – Immediate Start

    With Acquire Care Ltd

    £10 - £12.50 Per Hour

    Closing Date: 14 Oct 2020

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    Company Name: Acquire Care

    Nature of the Company: We have many clients who need care in Oxford. Can you provide helpful, friendly care and support in someone's home? Are you trustworthy and reliable? If the answers are yes, then we would like to hear from you.

    Responsibilities: We are looking for self-motivated, reliable and trustworthy individuals to join our team and assist our clients with health related tasks and daily living activities, as well as social and emotional support.

    Benefits: What we have to offer:
    · £11.50 p/h weekdays, £12.50 p/h weekends & £15 p/h bank holidays for drivers with their own vehicles.
    · Hours for both part time and full time roles
    · Flexible working arrangements
    · 28 days of paid annual leave
    · Enhanced rate for bank holidays
    · Free induction training with fully qualified accredited on-site trainers
    · Free uniform
    · Excellent career development with the opportunity to gain diplomas in social and health care
    · Promotion and progression opportunities within the company
    · 3 month supervision sessions
    · A supportive and friendly management /oncall team
    · A complete DBS check, which is free of charge
    · Rates of pay increase with experience and qualifications.
    We offer excellent rates of pay and are looking for people who can work at our busiest times which include early mornings, evenings and alternate weekends. No experience required, we only request that you are a people person with a compassionate nature.
    Acquire Care is an independent company which provides high quality care services. These are a range of effective, helpful and friendly care services for adults who need help and support to live in their own homes.
    Applicants with 2 years of experience and/or NVQ level 2/3 may be considered for a higher starting salary.

    Experience: No experience required as we will help you gain a qualification in healthcare as we provide you with the highest standards of training.

    Job Ref: OACP/

    Work Location: Oxford city,Oxfordshire

    Salary Details: £10 - £12.50 Per Hour

    Job Term: Permanent

    Appointment Type: Full Time,Part Time

    Hours: Full time & Part time

    Closing Date: 14 Oct 2020

    Extra Benefits: Flexible work patterns and competitive pay.

  • Registered Nurse (Bank) – Chalgrove

    With Brandon Trust

    £16.39 - £16.88 per hour

    Closing Date: 15 Oct 2020

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    Company Name: Brandon Trust

    Nature of the Company: Brandon Trust exist to enable children, young people and adults with a learning disability, autism or both to live life in the way they choose.

    We do that by providing high-quality, person-centred support that focuses on enabling each individual to achieve their dreams and truly live free.

    Responsibilities: Being a Nurse with Brandon Trust isn’t just about developing your nursing qualifications and experience. It’s also about bringing an opportunity for freedom and fulfilment into the lives of people with learning disabilities.

    In this rewarding Casual (Bank) Nurse role, based in the village of Chalgrove, you’ll support adults who have complex physical needs and learning disabilities. They lead busy, active lives and are keen to try new things. You’ll have flexibility and access to shifts that work for you.

    About the role

    You’ll join the team in supporting individuals in Chalgrove; just a short commute from Abingdon, Didcot and South Oxford. The team is experienced and friendly, and the individual’s families are also actively involved in their lives.

    Working with a team of support workers you will be primarily supporting the health needs of the people we support, in particular one individual with complex health needs. You’ll work closely with other professionals to develop safe systems of working and achieve the best possible outcomes for the people we support. You’ll also ensure that people receive health care and treatment consistent with their Health Action Plan and Care Plans.

    Benefits: About you

    You’ll have a nursing qualification with current NMC registration (preferably RNLD, RNMH or ENLD) and demonstrable experience of working with people with learning disabilities. You'll also need to have experience of Profound and Multiple Learning Disabilities. Confident and calm under pressure, you'll also be flexible, open to a challenge and innovative in your approach.

    It is desirable that you have a full driving licence, and are able and willing to drive the service vehicle.

    To find out more please contact Julie Kelly on 07493 866800

    Successful applicants for this role will require an enhanced DBS disclosure with barred list checks.

    Brandon reserves the right to close this vacancy when sufficient applications have been received.

    We are an Equal Opportunities employer and welcome applicants from all sections of the community.

    Job Ref: OACP/

    Work Location: Oxfordshire,West Oxfordshire

    Salary Details: £16.39 - £16.88 per hour

    Job Term: Temporary

    Appointment Type: Bank

    Hours: Bank (casual)

    Closing Date: 15 Oct 2020

  • Bank (Casual) Support Worker – Hook Norton

    With Brandon Trust

    £8.89 - £9.02 per hour

    Closing Date: 15 Oct 2020

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    Company Name: Brandon Trust

    Nature of the Company: Brandon Trust exist to enable children, young people and adults with a learning disability, autism or both to live life in the way they choose.

    We do that by providing high-quality, person-centred support that focuses on enabling each individual to achieve their dreams and truly live free.

    Responsibilities: Join learning disability charity Brandon Trust as a bank support worker in Hook Norton and discover a genuinely rewarding role where working on a casual basis gives you flexibility. You’ll support people with a learning disability, autism or both at home and in the community to live life in the way they choose. You don’t necessarily need experience as we provide training. Alternatively, you may have experience as a care assistant or care worker.

    In this key worker role you’ll support predominately elderly individuals who live in the pretty village of Hook Norton. You’ll support the lively individuals in all aspects of daily living including supporting them to attend social clubs, visit the garden centre and go to the theatre and the cinema. They also enjoy music, parties in their homes and in the community, trampolining, flower shows, football matches and generally being sociable and having a good time. You’ll support them with patience and humour. You’ll have flexibility and access to shifts that suit you; you could choose to work for a day here and there, during term times or holidays, evenings only or weekends only. As this is a casual role shifts are not guaranteed.

    About the role

    You’ll support individuals in all aspects of daily living; from cooking to managing finances. Supporting people with their personal care and medication needs is also key.

    We provide comprehensive training, including the nationally recognised Care Certificate for bank workers who are new to health and social care.

    Benefits: About you

    You’ll need good communication skills and a positive, patient approach. Respectful of people’s differences, you can build professional relationships and have a flexible approach. A full driving licence is essential for some roles.

    If you’re successful at interview, you’ll need to provide training certificates to confirm you have the basic required skills. If you don’t already have these certificates you are welcome to use our eLearning resources to obtain them or use another training provider of your choice.

    Once registered on the Brandon bank you’ll receive initial training to help you develop your skills and knowledge to enable you to complete your probation and gain your Care Certificate. We will assess your practice in the early weeks, and you’ll have plenty of support.

    Successful applicants for this role will require an enhanced DBS check.

    Brandon reserves the right to close this job when sufficient applications have been received.

    We are an Equal Opportunities employer and welcome applicants from all sections of the community.

    Job Ref: OACP/

    Work Location: Oxfordshire,West Oxfordshire

    Salary Details: £8.89 - £9.02 per hour

    Job Term: Permanent

    Appointment Type: Bank

    Hours: Bank (casual)

    Closing Date: 15 Oct 2020

  • Bank (Casual) Support Worker – (Chalgrove)

    With Brandon Trust

    £8.89 - £9.02 per hour

    Closing Date: 15 Oct 2020

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    Company Name: Brandon Trust

    Nature of the Company: Brandon Trust exist to enable children, young people and adults with a learning disability, autism or both to live life in the way they choose.

    We do that by providing high-quality, person-centred support that focuses on enabling each individual to achieve their dreams and truly live free.

    Responsibilities: Join learning disability charity Brandon Trust as a bank support worker in Chalgrove and discover a genuinely rewarding role where working on a casual basis gives you flexibility. In this key worker role you’ll support people with a learning disability, autism, or both, at home and in the community to live life in the way they choose. You don’t necessarily need experience as we provide full training. Alternatively you may have social care experience as a care assistant or care worker.

    You’ll have flexibility and access to shifts that suit you; you could work for a day here and there, for a number of months, evenings only or weekends only. As this is a casual role shifts are not guaranteed.

    About the role

    You’ll join our friendly teams, enabling people with a learning disability to increase their independence; there’s lots of variety. You’ll support individuals in all aspects of daily living; from cooking to managing finances. Supporting people with their personal care and medication needs is also key. As a casual bank support worker, you’ll also support people to do things in their community; from shopping and going on day trips to sport and visiting day centres.

    We provide comprehensive training, including the nationally recognised Care Certificate for bank workers who are new to health and social care.

    Benefits: You’ll need good communication skills and a positive, patient approach. Respectful of people’s differences, you can build professional relationships and have a flexible approach. A full driving licence is essential for some roles.

    If you’re successful at interview, you’ll need to provide training certificates to confirm you have the basic required skills. If you don’t already have these certificates you are welcome to use our eLearning resources to obtain them or use another training provider of your choice.

    Once registered on the Brandon bank you’ll receive initial training to help you develop your skills and knowledge to enable you to complete your probation and gain your Care Certificate. We will assess your practice in the early weeks, and you’ll have plenty of support.

    Successful applicants for this role will require an enhanced DBS check.

    Brandon reserves the right to close this job when sufficient applications have been received.

    We are an Equal Opportunities employer and welcome applicants from all sections of the community.

    Job Ref: OACP/

    Work Location: Oxfordshire,West Oxfordshire

    Salary Details: £8.89 - £9.02 per hour

    Job Term: Temporary

    Appointment Type: Bank

    Hours: Bank (casual)

    Closing Date: 15 Oct 2020

  • Bank (Casual) Support Worker – Witney & Carterton

    With Brandon Trust

    £8.89 - £9.02 per hour

    Closing Date: 15 Oct 2020

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    Company Name: Brandon Trust

    Nature of the Company: Brandon Trust exist to enable children, young people and adults with a learning disability, autism or both to live life in the way they choose.

    We do that by providing high-quality, person-centred support that focuses on enabling each individual to achieve their dreams and truly live free.

    Responsibilities: Join learning disability charity Brandon Trust as a bank support worker in Witney and discover a genuinely rewarding role where working on a casual basis gives you flexibility. In this key worker role you’ll support people with a learning disability, autism, or both, at home and in the community to live life more freely. You don’t necessarily need experience as we provide full training. Alternatively you may have social care experience as a care assistant or care worker.

    You’ll have flexibility and access to shifts that suit you; you could work for a day here and there, for a number of months, evenings only or weekends only. As this is a casual role shifts are not guaranteed.

    About the role

    You’ll join our friendly teams, enabling people with a learning disability to increase their independence; there’s lots of variety. You’ll support individuals in all aspects of daily living; from cooking to managing finances. Supporting people with their personal care and medication needs is also key. As a casual bank support worker, you’ll also support people to do things in their community; from shopping and going on day trips to sport and visiting day centres.

    We provide comprehensive training, including the nationally recognised Care Certificate for bank workers who are new to health and social care

    Benefits: You’ll need good communication skills and a positive, patient approach. Respectful of people’s differences, you can build professional relationships and have a flexible approach. A full driving licence is essential for some roles.

    If you’re successful at interview, you’ll need to provide training certificates to confirm you have the basic required skills. If you don’t already have these certificates you are welcome to use our eLearning resources to obtain them or use another training provider of your choice.

    Once registered on the Brandon bank you’ll receive initial training to help you develop your skills and knowledge to enable you to complete your probation and gain your Care Certificate. We will assess your practice in the early weeks, and you’ll have plenty of support.

    Successful applicants for this role will require an enhanced DBS check.

    Brandon reserves the right to close this job when sufficient applications have been received.

    We are an Equal Opportunities employer and welcome applicants from all sections of the community.

    Job Ref: OACP/

    Work Location: Oxfordshire,West Oxfordshire

    Salary Details: £8.89 - £9.02 per hour

    Job Term: Temporary

    Appointment Type: Bank

    Hours: Bank (casual)

    Closing Date: 15 Oct 2020

  • Bank (Casual) Support Worker – (Bicester)

    With Brandon Trust

    £8.89 - £9.02 per hour

    Closing Date: 15 Oct 2020

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    Company Name: Brandon Trust

    Nature of the Company: Brandon Trust exist to enable children, young people and adults with a learning disability, autism or both to live life in the way they choose.

    We do that by providing high-quality, person-centred support that focuses on enabling each individual to achieve their dreams and truly live free.

    Responsibilities: Join learning disability charity Brandon Trust as a bank support worker in Bicester and discover a genuinely rewarding role where working on a casual basis gives you flexibility. In this key worker role you’ll support people with a learning disability, autism, or both, at home and in the community to live life in the way they choose. You don’t necessarily need experience as we provide full training. Alternatively you may have social care experience as a care assistant or care worker.

    You’ll have flexibility and access to shifts that suit you; you could work for a day here and there, for a number of months, evenings only or weekends only. As this is a casual role shifts are not guaranteed.

    About the role

    You’ll join our friendly teams, enabling people with a learning disability to increase their independence; there’s lots of variety. You’ll support individuals in all aspects of daily living; from cooking to managing finances. Supporting people with their personal care and medication needs is also key. As a casual bank support worker, you’ll also support people to do things in their community; from shopping and going on day trips to sport and visiting day centres.

    We provide comprehensive training, including the nationally recognised Care Certificate for bank workers who are new to health and social care.

    Benefits: You’ll need good communication skills and a positive, patient approach. Respectful of people’s differences, you can build professional relationships and have a flexible approach. A full driving licence is essential for some roles.

    If you’re successful at interview, you’ll need to provide training certificates to confirm you have the basic required skills. If you don’t already have these certificates you are welcome to use our eLearning resources to obtain them or use another training provider of your choice.

    Once registered on the Brandon bank you’ll receive initial training to help you develop your skills and knowledge to enable you to complete your probation and gain your Care Certificate. We will assess your practice in the early weeks, and you’ll have plenty of support.

    Successful applicants for this role will require an enhanced DBS check.

    Brandon reserves the right to close this job when sufficient applications have been received.

    We are an Equal Opportunities employer and welcome applicants from all sections of the community.

    Job Ref: OACP/

    Work Location: Oxfordshire

    Salary Details: £8.89 - £9.02 per hour

    Job Term: Temporary

    Appointment Type: Bank

    Hours: Bank (casual)

    Closing Date: 15 Oct 2020

  • Bank (Casual) Support Worker – Chipping Norton

    With Brandon Trust

    £8.89 - £9.02 per hour

    Closing Date: 15 Oct 2020

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    Company Name: Brandon Trust

    Nature of the Company: Brandon Trust exist to enable children, young people and adults with a learning disability, autism or both to live life in the way they choose.

    We do that by providing high-quality, person-centred support that focuses on enabling each individual to achieve their dreams and truly live free.

    Responsibilities: Join learning disability charity Brandon Trust as a bank support worker in Chipping Norton and discover a genuinely rewarding role where working on a casual basis gives you flexibility. In this key worker role you’ll support people with a learning disability, autism, or both, at home and in the community to live life in the way they choose. You don’t necessarily need experience as we provide full training. Alternatively you may have social care experience as a care assistant or care worker.

    You’ll have flexibility and access to shifts that suit you; you could work for a day here and there, for a number of months, evenings only or weekends only. As this is a casual role shifts are not guaranteed.

    About the role

    You’ll join our friendly teams, enabling people with a learning disability to increase their independence; there’s lots of variety. You’ll support individuals in all aspects of daily living; from cooking to managing finances. Supporting people with their personal care and medication needs is also key. As a casual bank support worker, you’ll also support people to do things in their community; from shopping and going on day trips to sport and visiting day centres.

    We provide comprehensive training, including the nationally recognised Care Certificate for bank workers who are new to health and social care.

    Benefits: You’ll need good communication skills and a positive, patient approach. Respectful of people’s differences, you can build professional relationships and have a flexible approach. A full driving licence is essential for some roles.

    If you’re successful at interview, you’ll need to provide training certificates to confirm you have the basic required skills. If you don’t already have these certificates you are welcome to use our eLearning resources to obtain them or use another training provider of your choice.

    Once registered on the Brandon bank you’ll receive initial training to help you develop your skills and knowledge to enable you to complete your probation and gain your Care Certificate. We will assess your practice in the early weeks, and you’ll have plenty of support.

    Successful applicants for this role will require an enhanced DBS check.

    Brandon reserves the right to close this job when sufficient applications have been received.

    We are an Equal Opportunities employer and welcome applicants from all sections of the community.

    Job Ref: OACP/

    Work Location: Oxfordshire,West Oxfordshire

    Salary Details: £8.89 - £9.02 per hour

    Job Term: Temporary

    Appointment Type: Bank

    Hours: Bank (casual)

    Closing Date: 15 Oct 2020

  • Support Workers – Carterton

    With Brandon Trust

    £19,999 - £20,737 pa pro rata + benefits

    Closing Date: 18 Oct 2020

    More Details

    Company Name: Brandon Trust

    Nature of the Company: Brandon Trust exist to enable children, young people and adults with a learning disability, autism or both to live life in the way they choose.

    We do that by providing high-quality, person-centred support that focuses on enabling each individual to achieve their dreams and truly live free.

    Responsibilities: Join learning disability charity Brandon Trust as a support worker and discover a genuinely rewarding role with plenty of training, support, a competitive salary, benefits and opportunities to develop your career. You don’t necessarily need experience as we provide full training.

    This is a new role and as such its an exciting time to join us as we look to build our teams and develop services to ensure we’re delivering excellent quality and outcomes for the people we support. You’ll support people with a learning disability, autism or both at home and in the community to live life in the way they choose.

    About the role

    You’ll join our friendly teams, enabling people with a learning disability to increase their independence; there’s lots of variety. You’ll support individuals in all aspects of daily living; from cooking to managing finances. Supporting people with their personal care and medication needs is also key. As a support worker you’ll also support people to do things in their community; from shopping and going on day trips to sport and visiting day centres.

    If you’re new to social care, we will support you gain the nationally recognised Care Certificate. If you have experience as a care assistant or care worker in a care home, you’ll discover we provide plenty of on-going training, support to achieve relevant qualifications and career progression.

    Benefits: About you
    You’ll need good communication skills and a positive, patient approach. Respectful of people’s differences, you can build professional relationships and have a flexible approach. You can work 24/7 shifts including weekends and evenings / nights. A full driving licence is essential for some roles.

    We provide a range of benefits.

    All support workers work flexible shifts to provide a 24/7 service to the people we support.

    Full-time support workers work 37.5 hours plus one sleep-in a week (pay for these sleep-ins is included in the annual salary figures shown above). We also have some services where sleep-ins are not required. The salary for these roles is £17,392 - £18,130 pa.

    All support workers have the option of working additional hours or sleep-ins in a range of services and are paid £50-£70 extra per sleep-in.

    Successful applicants for this role will require an enhanced DBS check.

    Brandon reserves the right to close this job when sufficient applications have been received.

    We are an Equal Opportunities employer and welcome applicants from all sections of the community.

    Job Ref: OACP/

    Work Location: Oxfordshire,West Oxfordshire

    Salary Details: £19,999 - £20,737 pa pro rata + benefits

    Job Term: Permanent

    Appointment Type: Full Time

    Hours: Full-time

    Closing Date: 18 Oct 2020

  • Support Workers – Chipping Norton

    With Brandon Trust

    £19,999 - £20,737 pa pro rata + benefits

    Closing Date: 18 Oct 2020

    More Details

    Company Name: Brandon Trust

    Nature of the Company: Brandon Trust exist to enable children, young people and adults with a learning disability, autism or both to live life in the way they choose.

    We do that by providing high-quality, person-centred support that focuses on enabling each individual to achieve their dreams and truly live free.

    Responsibilities: Join learning disability charity Brandon Trust as a support worker and discover a genuinely rewarding role with plenty of training, support, a competitive salary, benefits and opportunities to develop your career. In Chipping Norton, you’ll support people with learning disabilities and autism at home and in the community to live life more freely. You don’t necessarily need experience as we provide full training.

    This a new role and as such its an exciting time to join us as we look to build our teams and develop services to ensure we’re delivering excellent quality and outcomes for the people we support.

    About the role

    You’ll join our friendly teams, enabling people with learning disabilities to increase their independence; there’s lots of variety. You’ll support individuals in all aspects of daily living; from cooking to managing finances. Supporting people with their personal care and medication needs is also key. As a support worker you’ll also support people to do things in their community; from shopping and going on day trips to sport and visiting day centres.

    If you’re new to social care, we will support you gain the nationally recognised Care Certificate. If you have experience as a care assistant or care worker in a care home, you’ll discover we provide plenty of on-going training, support to achieve relevant qualifications and career progression.

    Benefits: You’ll need good communication skills and a positive, patient approach. Respectful of people’s differences, you can build professional relationships and have a flexible approach. You can work 24/7 shifts including weekends and evenings / nights. A full driving licence is essential for some roles.

    We provide a range of benefits.

    All support workers work flexible shifts to provide a 24/7 service to the people we support.

    Full-time support workers work 37.5 hours plus one sleep-in a week (pay for these sleep-ins is included in the annual salary figures shown above). We also have some services where sleep-ins are not required. The salary for these roles is £17,392 - £18,130 pa.

    All support workers have the option of working additional hours or sleep-ins in a range of services and are paid £50-£70 extra per sleep-in.

    Successful applicants for this role will require an enhanced DBS check.

    Brandon reserves the right to close this job when sufficient applications have been received.

    We are an Equal Opportunities employer and welcome applicants from all sections of the community.

    Job Ref: OACP/

    Work Location: Oxfordshire,West Oxfordshire

    Salary Details: £19,999 - £20,737 pa pro rata + benefits

    Job Term: Permanent

    Appointment Type: Part Time

    Hours: Part-time

    Closing Date: 18 Oct 2020

  • Supported Living Support Worker based in Kennington Near Oxford

    With Oxfordshire Association of Care Providers

    Salary: £12.50 per hour equivalent to £24,375 per annum plus an additional £1,820 per annum based on 1 Sleep In per week.

    Closing Date: 30 Oct 2020

    More Details

    Company Name: SeeAbility

    Nature of the Company: We provide specialist support, accommodation and eye care help for people with learning disabilities, autism and sight loss.

    Responsibilities: We are looking for highly experienced Male Support Workers.

    Are you looking to be a part of an amazing specialist team to support a young man and help him at the beginning of the next chapter of his life, starting a new journey outside of an institutional setting into his own home where he can thrive, be happy and achieve things he never thought possible? Yes, there will be the need for some rules to start off with, but these will need to be based on how to support the person to be the absolute best he can be, not to curb their lust for life permanently. To help with this you will need to work in partnership with him, his family and a wide range of professionals to help him enjoy the things he loves, such as getting out in his community, building connections and hanging out with friends and family.

    You’ll be part of a team that includes support from a positive behaviour consultant. This will provide you with the additional expertise needed to create exceptional person-centred support and overcome any challenges that may get in the way of the progress that is needed. Your day to day management will come from an experienced, passionate leader who will work alongside you. This will assist you with your own leadership and interactions that will in turn enable the person to move forward in his life creating community connections, friends, hobbies, interests, and work. Being passionate, creative and values-led will really help you in achieving the small and bigger goals and outcomes that we all see as part of a safe, happy, healthy and empowering life.

    The service has two homes next to each other in Kennington, this particular role, is to work with one particular person. Give us a call on 01372 755024 to talk some more about this amazing opportunity. https://careers.seeability.org/vacancies/933/support-worker.html

    Please send your CV direct to: [email protected]

    Benefits: Just a few of our amazing benefits...

    • Giving you the tools to become an expert dream maker fully paid mandatory core training.
    • Everyone gets 5.6 weeks a year annual leave and if that wasn’t enough we increase it by a day a year
    • Know someone who is like you? And can make a difference? Get them to apply and earn yourself £600
    • You can save up to £1000 with discounts off your favourite shops, restaurants and great days out
    • Getting to work is an expensive business spread the cost via your salary with a season ticket loan
    • No more excuses discount gym memberships available
    • Access to eye tests for all is very important to us, so we ensure you have access to regular eye tests.

    For the full list of our extraordinary benefits please visit our website - www.seeability.org

    Experience: Main Duties & Responsibilities

    • To work as part of a team and be values driven
    • Engage with and follow support plan/risk guidelines
    • Follow key behaviour strategies and feedback on the effectiveness of these
    • Ability to confidently deal with behaviours that challenge
    • Provide key worker support
    • Act as an advocate for the young person
    • Be resilient, positive and professional
    • Participation in a wide range of activities in the persons home and community
    • Flexibility to work e.g. early morning, evening, weekends, sleep-ins
    • Use own initiative and think of solutions
    • To see life as fun and every moment as an opportunity for involvement and learning

    Job Ref: OACP/

    Work Location: Oxford city,Oxfordshire

    Salary Details: Salary: £12.50 per hour equivalent to £24,375 per annum plus an additional £1,820 per annum based on 1 Sleep In per week.

    Job Term: Permanent

    Appointment Type: Full Time,Part Time

    Hours: Full or part time positions, 37.5 hours per week, Permanent, well established Charity for Learning Disability, autism and sight loss/difficulties

    Closing Date: 30 Oct 2020

    Further Details: Please send CV's direct to: [email protected]

  • Support Workers – Bicester and Banbury (Full and Part-time Positions Available)

    With Oxfordshire Association of Care Providers

    £9.40 ph/£18,330.00 per annum plus Benefits (*additional £816 per year based on 2 sleep ins per month)

    Closing Date: 30 Oct 2020

    More Details

    Company Name: SeeAbility

    Nature of the Company: We provide specialist support, accommodation and eye care help for people with learning disabilities, autism and sight loss.

    Responsibilities: You don’t have to be a miracle worker although that would be great. You don’t even need previous experience, as you’ll benefit from an industry-leading induction and training programme. You just need to be extraordinary and make each and every day extraordinary for the people we support!

    SeeAbility encourages people with disabilities to challenge what they expect from life, from themselves and from wider society. The people we support overcome huge barriers to achieve exciting new things every day: some big, some small, all extraordinary. They challenge us all to rethink disability.

    As a support worker, your contribution will be invaluable. Supporting the manager, deputy manager and other team members you’ll work as a team to provide support to the people we support, helping them to live as independently as possible. Through skillful interactions and involvement in person-centred planning and partnership working you’ll work with them and their families, to provide excellent, person-centred support, which is both safe, maximises choice and control and identifies outcomes that improve the quality of their everyday life.

    You’ll need to be patient and calm under pressure as well as sociable, caring and supportive but above all, you’ll want to make a difference. You’ll seek new ways of working by thinking outside of the box and being creative with solutions and will take personal responsibility for the quality of care and support delivered to the people we support, striving to always do what is right by them. Give us a call on 01372 755024 to talk some more about these amazing opportunities.

    https://careers.seeability.org/vacancies/792/support-worker--bicester-full-and-part-time-positions-available.html
    https://careers.seeability.org/vacancies/912/support-worker--banbury.html

    Please send cv’s direct to: [email protected]
    https://careers.seeability.org/

    Benefits: Just a few of our amazing benefits...

    • Giving you the tools to become an expert dream maker fully paid mandatory core training.
    • Everyone gets 5.6 weeks a year annual leave and if that wasn’t enough we increase it by a day a year
    • Know someone who is like you? And can make a difference? Get them to apply and earn yourself £600
    • You can save up to £1000 with discounts off your favourite shops, restaurants and great days out
    • Getting to work is an expensive business spread the cost via your salary with a season ticket loan
    • No more excuses discount gym memberships available
    • Access to eye tests for all is very important to us, so we ensure you have access to regular eye tests.

    Please send cv’s direct to: [email protected]

    For the full list of our extraordinary benefits please visit our website: www.seeability.org

    Job Ref: OACP/

    Work Location: Oxfordshire

    Salary Details: £9.40 ph/£18,330.00 per annum plus Benefits (*additional £816 per year based on 2 sleep ins per month)

    Job Term: Permanent

    Appointment Type: Full Time,Part Time

    Hours: Hours Per Week:37.5

    Closing Date: 30 Oct 2020

  • Care Supervisor – Oxford

    With 1st Homecare

    £22,000 - £25,000

    Closing Date: 30 Nov 2020

    More Details

    Company Name: 1st Homecare (Oxford) Ltd

    Nature of the Company: Position: Care Supervisor
    Salary: £22,000- £25,000
    Reporting to: Branch Manager
    1st Homecare is a growing, independent domiciliary care agency based in Oxford with a majority of clients who pay for their own care.
    As a result of recent expansion we have identified an exciting opportunity for an office based Care Supervisor to be part of a small team involved in the production and revision of care plans taking into account the ever-changing needs of our clients.
    We are a progressive company and develop those staff who show an interest in furthering their careers. In addition we offer free training, offer childcare vouchers and store discounts.
    Job Description:
    Ensuring that all care is provided in accordance with our policies and procedures.
    In particular:
    1. Ensuring all Care Plans are in place and revised as and when required.
    2. Ensuring that all carers are providing care of the highest quality.
    3. Ensuring all Risk Assessments are completed as appropriate.
    4. Ensuring all digital daily record sheets are reviewed regularly.
    5. To ensure staff spot checks are performed regularly in accordance with Company policy.
    6. To ensure all Care Books are in place at Client homes, stocked with the correct stationery, and that Care Books are collected from Client homes at the end of our appointment as Carers.
    7. To liaise with social workers and other professionals when attempting to deal with such incidents as complaints and SOVAs.
    8. To be on call one weekend in six (approx.)
    9. Care calls as and when necessary.
    Key requirements for the role
    1. At least 2/3 years experiences as a Home Carer
    2. Level 2 or 3 qualified (or working towards level 3)
    3. Demonstrable experience in administration and handling of paperwork.
    4. Must have use of own car
    5. Must have a working knowledge of email, word and excel.

    Applications to [email protected]

    Responsibilities: See above

    Benefits: See above

    Experience: See above

    Job Ref: OACP/

    Work Location: Oxford city

    Salary Details: £22,000 - £25,000

    Job Term: Permanent

    Appointment Type: Full Time

    Hours: 40

    Closing Date: 30 Nov 2020

    Extra Benefits: Extra care hours paid if outside normal office hours

  • Care Assistant / Carer (Stirlings Care Home, Wantage)

    With The Orders of St John Care Trust

    £8.63 - 12.71 per hour

    Closing Date: 30 Nov 2020

    More Details

    Company Name: The Orders of St John Care Trust

    Nature of the Company: The Orders of St John Care Trust is the 2nd largest not for profit care provider in the UK specialising in providing high quality, person centred care for older people, in care homes and extra care housing. As a charity we ensure that any revenue goes straight back into our homes meaning our residents and staff are well looked after.

    We want you to love working with us and we hope you’ll want to stay. So from your very first day, we’ll provide you with regular training and consistent career development. We know you can give your best when you feel supported, motivated and happy in your work. So we’ll give you all the help you need to take the best care of our residents, while also supporting your professional development.

    Pay and hours:
    • Days: Mon-Fri: £8.63, Saturday: £9.10, Sunday £10.92 per hour
    • Nights (Bank shifts available): £9.80, Saturday: £10.59, Sunday £12.71 per hour
    • Days are a mixture of earlies and lates (typically 6am-2pm/2pm-10pm) and nights are usually 10pm-7am

    A great advantage of being a large organisation is that we can offer competitive pay and generous benefits to reward you for taking such good care of our residents. Here’s an overview of the main benefits you get while working at OSJCT:

    -Excellent career development and leadership opportunities
    -Access to specialist internal and external training
    -Competitive salary and enhanced pay rates at weekends and for NQV/QCF 2+ in Adult Health & Social Care
    -Pension scheme
    -Comprehensive induction (including the Care Certificate)
    -Opportunity to work towards QCF nationally accredited qualifications, (e.g. in health and social care)
    -28 days annual leave pro-rata (including bank holidays), which increases to 33 after 5 years service
    -Sick pay
    -Life assurance
    - Free uniforms and DBS (Disclosure and Barring Service) check
    -Access to a professional employee helpline
    -“Recruit a Friend” - employee referral scheme with £1000 reward for successfully introducing a Nurse to the Trust and £500 reward for all other roles
    -‘My Reward’ scheme, which gives you discounts on shopping, holidays, cinema, dining, days out and more!

    Responsibilities: Due to our strong training team, you do not need to have previous care experience. All we ask for is someone who is compassionate, has a can-do approach and excellent communication skills. Above all, you’ll be passionate about ensuring our residents received the best care possible.

    Benefits: -Excellent career development and leadership opportunities
    -Access to specialist internal and external training
    -Competitive salary and enhanced pay rates at weekends and for NQV/QCF 2+ in Adult Health & Social Care
    -Pension scheme
    -Comprehensive induction (including the Care Certificate)
    -Opportunity to work towards QCF nationally accredited qualifications, (e.g. in health and social care)
    -28 days annual leave pro-rata (including bank holidays), which increases to 33 after 5 years service
    -Sick pay
    -Life assurance
    - Free uniforms and DBS (Disclosure and Barring Service) check
    -Access to a professional employee helpline
    -“Recruit a Friend” - employee referral scheme with £1000 reward for successfully introducing a Nurse to the Trust and £500 reward for all other roles
    -‘My Reward’ scheme, which gives you discounts on shopping, holidays, cinema, dining, days out and more!

    Experience: Due to our strong training team, you do not need to have previous care experience. All we ask for is someone who is compassionate, has a can-do approach and excellent communication skills. Above all, you’ll be passionate about ensuring our residents received the best care possible.

    Job Ref: OACP/Care/Stirlings

    Work Location: Oxford city,Oxfordshire,South Oxfordshire

    Salary Details: £8.63 - 12.71 per hour

    Job Term: Permanent

    Appointment Type: Bank,Full Time,Part Time

    Hours: Full or Part time

    Closing Date: 30 Nov 2020

    Further Details: We are able to offer bank (zero hour) contracts as well as permanent, contracted hours.

  • Care Assistant / Carer (Henry Cornish Care Home, Chipping Norton)

    With The Orders of St John Care Trust

    £8.63-£12.71 per hour

    Closing Date: 30 Nov 2020

    More Details

    Company Name: The Orders of St John Care Trust

    Nature of the Company: The Orders of St John Care Trust is the 2nd largest not for profit care provider in the UK specialising in providing high quality, person centred care for older people, in care homes and extra care housing. As a charity we ensure that any revenue goes straight back into our homes meaning our residents and staff are well looked after.

    We want you to love working with us and we hope you’ll want to stay. So from your very first day, we’ll provide you with regular training and consistent career development. We know you can give your best when you feel supported, motivated and happy in your work. So we’ll give you all the help you need to take the best care of our residents, while also supporting your professional development.

    Pay and hours:
    • Days: Mon-Fri: £8.63, Saturday: £9.10, Sunday £10.92 per hour
    • Nights (Bank shifts available): £9.80, Saturday: £10.59, Sunday £12.71 per hour
    • Days are a mixture of earlies and lates (typically 6am-2pm/2pm-10pm) and nights are usually 10pm-7am

    Responsibilities: How many of us can say we make a real difference to people’s lives? You can do this with us alongside receiving ongoing training and development, leading benefits and a range of discounts on shopping, days out, restaurants and much more.

    Every day will be different, so you can expect to undertake work that’s as varied as it is rewarding. As a Care Assistant, you’ll help our residents enjoy each day by making sure they get the quality care they deserve. You’ll assist with their daily living, encouraging their participation in meaningful activities as well as providing support and companionship.

    Benefits: A great advantage of being a large organisation is that we can offer competitive pay and generous benefits to reward you for taking such good care of our residents. Here’s an overview of the main benefits you get while working at OSJCT:

    -Excellent career development and leadership opportunities
    -Access to specialist internal and external training
    -Competitive salary and enhanced pay rates at weekends and for NQV/QCF 2+ in Adult Health & Social Care
    -Pension scheme
    -Comprehensive induction (including the Care Certificate)
    -Opportunity to work towards QCF nationally accredited qualifications, (e.g. in health and social care)
    -28 days annual leave pro-rata (including bank holidays), which increases to 33 after 5 years service
    -Sick pay
    -Life assurance
    - Free uniforms and DBS (Disclosure and Barring Service) check
    -Access to a professional employee helpline
    -“Recruit a Friend” - employee referral scheme with £1000 reward for successfully introducing a Nurse to the Trust and £500 reward for all other roles
    -‘My Reward’ scheme, which gives you discounts on shopping, holidays, cinema, dining, days out and more!

    Experience: Due to our strong training team, you do not need to have previous care experience. All we ask for is someone who is compassionate, has a can-do approach and excellent communication skills. Above all, you’ll be passionate about ensuring our residents received the best care possible.

    Job Ref: OACP/HCCCCarer

    Work Location: Cherwell,Oxfordshire,West Oxfordshire

    Salary Details: £8.63-£12.71 per hour

    Job Term: Permanent

    Appointment Type: Bank,Full Time,Part Time

    Hours: Full or Part Time

    Closing Date: 30 Nov 2020

  • Care Assistant / Carer (Glebe House Care Home, Kidlington)

    With The Orders of St John Care Trust

    £8.63-£12.71 per hour

    Closing Date: 30 Nov 2020

    More Details

    Company Name: The Orders of St John Care Trust

    Nature of the Company: The Orders of St John Care Trust is the 2nd largest not for profit care provider in the UK specialising in providing high quality, person centred care for older people, in care homes and extra care housing. As a charity we ensure that any revenue goes straight back into our homes meaning our residents and staff are well looked after.

    We want you to love working with us and we hope you’ll want to stay. So from your very first day, we’ll provide you with regular training and consistent career development. We know you can give your best when you feel supported, motivated and happy in your work. So we’ll give you all the help you need to take the best care of our residents, while also supporting your professional development.

    Responsibilities: As Carer, you will be working as part of a dedicated team of fully supported staff who have our resident’s emotional and physical wellbeing at the core of all they do. You will show warmth, and compassion to our residents and their families; helping to promote their independence and dignity.

    Every day will be different, so you can expect to undertake work that’s as varied as it is rewarding. As a Carer, you’ll help our residents enjoy each day by making sure they get the quality care they deserve. You’ll assist with their daily living, encouraging their participation in meaningful activities as well as providing support and companionship.


    Due to our strong training team, you do not need to have previous care experience. All we ask for is someone who is compassionate, has a can-do approach and excellent communication skills. Above all, you’ll be passionate about ensuring our residents received the best care possible.

    Benefits: A great advantage of being a large organisation is that we can offer competitive pay and generous benefits to reward you for taking such good care of our residents. Here’s an overview of the main benefits you get while working at OSJCT:

    -Excellent career development and leadership opportunities
    -Access to specialist internal and external training
    -Competitive salary and enhanced pay rates at weekends and for NQV/QCF 2+ in Adult Health & Social Care
    -Pension scheme
    -Comprehensive induction (including the Care Certificate)
    -Opportunity to work towards QCF nationally accredited qualifications, (e.g. in health and social care)
    -28 days annual leave pro-rata (including bank holidays), which increases to 33 after 5 years service
    -Sick pay
    -Life assurance
    - Free uniforms and DBS (Disclosure and Barring Service) check
    -Access to a professional employee helpline
    -“Recruit a Friend” - employee referral scheme with £1000 reward for successfully introducing a Nurse to the Trust and £500 reward for all other roles
    -‘My Reward’ scheme, which gives you discounts on shopping, holidays, cinema, dining, days out and more!

    Pay and hours:

    • Days: Mon-Fri: £8.63, Saturday: £9.10, Sunday £10.92 per hour
    • Nights (Bank shifts available): £9.80, Saturday: £10.59, Sunday £12.71 per hour
    • Days are a mixture of earlies and lates (typically 6am-2pm/2pm-10pm) and nights are usually 10pm-7am

    Experience: Due to our strong training team, you do not need to have previous care experience. All we ask for is someone who is compassionate, has a can-do approach and excellent communication skills. Above all, you’ll be passionate about ensuring our residents received the best care possible.

    Job Ref: OACP/GlebeCarer

    Work Location: Cherwell,Oxford city,Oxfordshire,Vale of Oxfordshire

    Salary Details: £8.63-£12.71 per hour

    Job Term: Permanent

    Appointment Type: Bank,Full Time,Part Time

    Hours: Full or Part time, Permanent or Bank

    Closing Date: 30 Nov 2020

  • Care Assistant / Carer (The Meadows, Didcot)

    With The Orders of St John Care Trust

    £8.63-£12.71

    Closing Date: 30 Nov 2020

    More Details

    Company Name: The Orders of St John Care Trust

    Nature of the Company: The Orders of St John Care Trust is the 2nd largest not for profit care provider in the UK specialising in providing high quality, person centred care for older people, in care homes and extra care housing. As a charity we ensure that any revenue goes straight back into our homes meaning our residents and staff are well looked after.

    We want you to love working with us and we hope you’ll want to stay. So from your very first day, we’ll provide you with regular training and consistent career development. We know you can give your best when you feel supported, motivated and happy in your work. So we’ll give you all the help you need to take the best care of our residents, while also supporting your professional development.

    Responsibilities: As Carer, you will be working as part of a dedicated team of fully supported staff who have our resident’s emotional and physical wellbeing at the core of all they do. You will show warmth, and compassion to our residents and their families; helping to promote their independence and dignity.

    Every day will be different, so you can expect to undertake work that’s as varied as it is rewarding. As a Carer, you’ll help our residents enjoy each day by making sure they get the quality care they deserve. You’ll assist with their daily living, encouraging their participation in meaningful activities as well as providing support and companionship.

    Due to our strong training team, you do not need to have previous care experience. All we ask for is someone who is compassionate, has a can-do approach and excellent communication skills. Above all, you’ll be passionate about ensuring our residents received the best care possible.

    Pay and hours:
    • Days: Mon-Fri: £8.63, Saturday: £9.10, Sunday £10.92 per hour
    • Nights (Bank shifts available): £9.80, Saturday: £10.59, Sunday £12.71 per hour
    • Days are a mixture of earlies and lates (typically 6am-2pm/2pm-10pm) and nights are usually 10pm-7am

    Benefits: A great advantage of being a large organisation is that we can offer competitive pay and generous benefits to reward you for taking such good care of our residents. Here’s an overview of the main benefits you get while working at OSJCT:

    -Excellent career development and leadership opportunities
    -Access to specialist internal and external training
    -Competitive salary and enhanced pay rates at weekends and for NQV/QCF 2+ in Adult Health & Social Care
    -Pension scheme
    -Comprehensive induction (including the Care Certificate)
    -Opportunity to work towards QCF nationally accredited qualifications, (e.g. in health and social care)
    -28 days annual leave pro-rata (including bank holidays), which increases to 33 after 5 years service
    -Sick pay
    -Life assurance
    - Free uniforms and DBS (Disclosure and Barring Service) check
    -Access to a professional employee helpline
    -“Recruit a Friend” - employee referral scheme with £1000 reward for successfully introducing a Nurse to the Trust and £500 reward for all other roles
    -‘My Reward’ scheme, which gives you discounts on shopping, holidays, cinema, dining, days out and more!

    We have vacancies for part time or bank (zero hour) contracts.

    Experience: Due to our strong training team, you do not need to have previous care experience. All we ask for is someone who is compassionate, has a can-do approach and excellent communication skills. Above all, you’ll be passionate about ensuring our residents received the best care possible.

    Job Ref: OACP/TheMeadowsCarer

    Work Location: Oxford city,Oxfordshire,South Oxfordshire,Vale of Oxfordshire

    Salary Details: £8.63-£12.71

    Job Term: Permanent

    Appointment Type: Bank,Full Time,Part Time

    Hours: Part time or bank (zero hours)

    Closing Date: 30 Nov 2020

    Further Details: To apply, please contact us directly.

  • Care Assistant / Carer (Meadowcroft Care Home, Thame)

    With The Orders of St John Care Trust

    £8.63-£12.71 per hour

    Closing Date: 30 Nov 2020

    More Details

    Company Name: The Orders of St John Care Trust

    Nature of the Company: The Orders of St John Care Trust is the 2nd largest not for profit care provider in the UK specialising in providing high quality, person centred care for older people, in care homes and extra care housing. As a charity we ensure that any revenue goes straight back into our homes meaning our residents and staff are well looked after.

    We want you to love working with us and we hope you’ll want to stay. So from your very first day, we’ll provide you with regular training and consistent career development. We know you can give your best when you feel supported, motivated and happy in your work. So we’ll give you all the help you need to take the best care of our residents, while also supporting your professional development.

    Responsibilities: As Carer, you will be working as part of a dedicated team of fully supported staff who have our resident’s emotional and physical wellbeing at the core of all they do. You will show warmth, and compassion to our residents and their families; helping to promote their independence and dignity.

    Every day will be different, so you can expect to undertake work that’s as varied as it is rewarding. As a Carer, you’ll help our residents enjoy each day by making sure they get the quality care they deserve. You’ll assist with their daily living, encouraging their participation in meaningful activities as well as providing support and companionship.

    Due to our strong training team, you do not need to have previous care experience. All we ask for is someone who is compassionate, has a can-do approach and excellent communication skills. Above all, you’ll be passionate about ensuring our residents received the best care possible.

    Pay and hours:
    • Days: Mon-Fri: £8.63, Saturday: £9.10, Sunday £10.92 per hour
    • Nights (Bank shifts available): £9.80, Saturday: £10.59, Sunday £12.71 per hour
    • Days are a mixture of earlies and lates (typically 6am-2pm/2pm-10pm) and nights are usually 10pm-7am

    Benefits: A great advantage of being a large organisation is that we can offer competitive pay and generous benefits to reward you for taking such good care of our residents. Here’s an overview of the main benefits you get while working at OSJCT:

    -Excellent career development and leadership opportunities
    -Access to specialist internal and external training
    -Competitive salary and enhanced pay rates at weekends and for NQV/QCF 2+ in Adult Health & Social Care
    -Pension scheme
    -Comprehensive induction (including the Care Certificate)
    -Opportunity to work towards QCF nationally accredited qualifications, (e.g. in health and social care)
    -28 days annual leave pro-rata (including bank holidays), which increases to 33 after 5 years service
    -Sick pay
    -Life assurance
    - Free uniforms and DBS (Disclosure and Barring Service) check
    -Access to a professional employee helpline
    -“Recruit a Friend” - employee referral scheme with £1000 reward for successfully introducing a Nurse to the Trust and £500 reward for all other roles
    -‘My Reward’ scheme, which gives you discounts on shopping, holidays, cinema, dining, days out and more!

    Experience: Due to our strong training team, you do not need to have previous care experience. All we ask for is someone who is compassionate, has a can-do approach and excellent communication skills. Above all, you’ll be passionate about ensuring our residents received the best care possible.

    Job Ref: OACP/MeadowcroftCarer

    Work Location: Berkshire,Buckinghamshire,Cherwell,Oxfordshire,South Oxfordshire,Vale of Oxfordshire

    Salary Details: £8.63-£12.71 per hour

    Job Term: Permanent

    Appointment Type: Bank,Full Time,Part Time

    Hours: Full / Part time or Bank (zero hour contract), days and nights available

    Closing Date: 30 Nov 2020

    Further Details: To apply, please contact us.

  • Care Assistant / Carer (Spencer Court Care Home, Woodstock)

    With The Orders of St John Care Trust

    £8.63-£12.71 per hour

    Closing Date: 30 Nov 2020

    More Details

    Company Name: The Orders of St John Care Trust

    Nature of the Company: The Orders of St John Care Trust is the 2nd largest not for profit care provider in the UK specialising in providing high quality, person centred care for older people, in care homes and extra care housing. As a charity we ensure that any revenue goes straight back into our homes meaning our residents and staff are well looked after.

    We want you to love working with us and we hope you’ll want to stay. So from your very first day, we’ll provide you with regular training and consistent career development. We know you can give your best when you feel supported, motivated and happy in your work. So we’ll give you all the help you need to take the best care of our residents, while also supporting your professional development.

    Responsibilities: As Carer, you will be working as part of a dedicated team of fully supported staff who have our resident’s emotional and physical well-being at the core of all they do. You will show warmth, and compassion to our residents and their families; helping to promote their independence and dignity.

    Every day will be different, so you can expect to undertake work that’s as varied as it is rewarding. As a Carer, you’ll help our residents enjoy each day by making sure they get the quality care they deserve. You’ll assist with their daily living, encouraging their participation in meaningful activities as well as providing support and companionship.

    Due to our strong training team, you do not need to have previous care experience. All we ask for is someone who is compassionate, has a can-do approach and excellent communication skills. Above all, you’ll be passionate about ensuring our residents received the best care possible.

    Pay and hours:
    • Days: Mon-Fri: £8.63, Saturday: £9.10, Sunday £10.92 per hour
    • Nights (Bank shifts available): £9.80, Saturday: £10.59, Sunday £12.71 per hour
    • Days are a mixture of earlies and lates (typically 6am-2pm/2pm-10pm) and nights are usually 10pm-7am

    Benefits: A great advantage of being a large organisation is that we can offer competitive pay and generous benefits to reward you for taking such good care of our residents. Here’s an overview of the main benefits you get while working at OSJCT:

    -Excellent career development and leadership opportunities
    -Access to specialist internal and external training
    -Competitive salary and enhanced pay rates at weekends and for NQV/QCF 2+ in Adult Health & Social Care
    -Pension scheme
    -Comprehensive induction (including the Care Certificate)
    -Opportunity to work towards QCF nationally accredited qualifications, (e.g. in health and social care)
    -28 days annual leave pro-rata (including bank holidays), which increases to 33 after 5 years service
    -Sick pay
    -Life assurance
    - Free uniforms and DBS (Disclosure and Barring Service) check
    -Access to a professional employee helpline
    -“Recruit a Friend” - employee referral scheme with £1000 reward for successfully introducing a Nurse to the Trust and £500 reward for all other roles
    -‘My Reward’ scheme, which gives you discounts on shopping, holidays, cinema, dining, days out and more!

    Experience: Due to our strong training team, you do not need to have previous care experience. All we ask for is someone who is compassionate, has a can-do approach and excellent communication skills. Above all, you’ll be passionate about ensuring our residents received the best care possible.

    Special Requirements: We have day or night shifts available

    Job Ref: OACP/CarerSpencer

    Work Location: Cherwell,Oxford city,Oxfordshire,West Oxfordshire

    Salary Details: £8.63-£12.71 per hour

    Job Term: Permanent

    Appointment Type: Bank,Full Time,Part Time

    Hours: Full or Part Time, Bank or Permanent

    Closing Date: 30 Nov 2020

  • Branch manager – Oxford

    With 1st Homecare

    £35,000 - £40,000

    Closing Date: 31 Dec 2020

    More Details

    Company Name: 1st Homecare Solutions Ltd

    Nature of the Company: Domiciliary Care Branch Manager – Oxford
    1st Homecare is a growing, independent homecare group with branches in Oxford, Kings Langley (Hertfordshire) and Leighton Buzzard (Bedfordshire), which provides homecare services to many elderly and disabled clients – some with complex needs.
    We are seeking a Branch Manager for the Oxford office, reporting to the Operations Director (who is also the Registered manager), who fits with 1st Homecare’s Values, and who can ensure that the branch continues to provide the high levels of care that this company has always sought to provide over the last 15 years. The manager will have to have an enthusiasm for both the care itself but also for embracing technology so that care can be delivered ever more effectively. For example, the Oxford branch has recently invested in technology so that carers all now have company phones which are used to log in and log out of calls and to record all tasks performed at client premises. [These details are transmitted to the branch at the end of each call so they can be reviewed by management on the same day.]
    The branch is a sizeable operation with a full range of care services as follows:
    • Privately funded Domiciliary care
    • Local Authority funded care
    • 2 contracts to provide care support at two Council run Extra Care Housing operations.
    • 24 hour nursing care.
    It has recently been awarded an Outstanding for its responsiveness by CQC.
    The successful candidate will have proven leadership credentials, some knowledge of the local area and with proven experience of leading a care team successfully. This is a great opportunity for the successful candidate to form part of a growing business in the care industry with excellent opportunities [to further grow] as the business expands.
    Job Requirements:
    Essential
    • Passionate belief and commitment to providing consistently high levels of care to all clients.
    • Minimum of 5 years’ experience in management of domiciliary care services.
    • NVQ 3 (or higher) or equivalent QCF qualification.
    • Comprehensive knowledge of the statutory regulations and fundamental standards required for domiciliary care
    • Knowledge of CQC inspection requirements against the Key Lines Of Enquiry (KLOE)
    • Full and clean UK driving licence.
    • Ability to work on a full- time basis and to work “on call’ approximately one week in five.
    Desirable
    • Level 5 Diploma in Health & Social care.
    Competencies & Skills
    • Ability to communicate effectively at all levels
    • Ability to deal with all matters arising in a patient and consistent manner
    • Commitment to continuous learning and development
    • Great people management skills
    • Ability to manage and work collaboratively with a group of highly competent office staff and a team of carers.
    • Financial numeracy – familiar with working with costs, prices, rates of pay etc.
    • Ability to write and good levels of literacy.
    Salary - £35,000 to £40,000 plus pension

    Responsibilities: see above

    Benefits: £35,000 - £40,000
    Pension
    Sick pay
    Extra pay for on call
    Life insurance

    Experience: see above

    Job Ref: OACP/

    Work Location: Oxfordshire

    Salary Details: £35,000 - £40,000

    Job Term: Permanent

    Appointment Type: Full Time

    Hours: 40 pw

    Closing Date: 31 Dec 2020

    Extra Benefits: Pension, life insurance,

  • Extra Care Housing Team Lead

    With 1st Homecare

    £28000

    Closing Date: 31 Dec 2020

    More Details

    Company Name: 1st Homecare Oxford Ltd

    Nature of the Company: See below

    Responsibilities: Extra Care Housing Team Lead – Oxford
    1st Homecare is a growing, independent homecare group with branches in Oxford, Kings Langley (Hertfordshire) and Leighton Buzzard (Bedfordshire), which provides homecare services to many elderly and disabled clients – some with complex needs.
    We are seeking an Extra Care Housing Team Lead for the Oxford office, reporting to the Oxford Branch Manager, who will oversee the care provided at our two Extra Care Housing schemes on behalf of Oxfordshire Council in Greater Leys, Oxford and in Abingdon. The Oxford branch provides about 1500 hours of care per week and has recently been awarded an Outstanding for its responsiveness by CQC.
    The Extra Care Housing schemes require 1st Homecare to perform the following duties:
    • maintain a 24 hour presence at each site with sleep in facilities at both sites for carers during the night
    • attend to general duties during the day – occasional social events, responding to any pendant alarm calls during the day, general cheerful on-site presence.
    • Perform planned care visits for those residents who need regular domiciliary care visits.
    Responsibilities of the Team Lead
    • To manage the arrival and departure of those residents who require care (including care plans, liaison with family and social workers)
    • To manage the staff at the ECH locations (recruitment, supervisions)
    • To manage the food service at both sites.
    • To liaise with other organisations and individuals involved in the care of the residents (housing managers, health professionals and family)
    • To ensure that all care is compliant with 1st Homecare’s policies & procedures.
    The successful candidate will have proven leadership credentials, some knowledge of the local area and have proven experience of be leading a care team successfully. This is a great opportunity for the successful candidate to be part of a growing business in the care industry with excellent opportunities to further grow as the business expands.
    Job Requirements:
    Essential
    • Passionate belief and commitment to providing consistently high levels of care to all clients.
    • Minimum of 5 years’ experience in domiciliary care services as a supervisor or manager.
    • NVQ 3 (or higher) or equivalent QCF qualification.
    • Comprehensive knowledge of the statutory regulations and fundamental standards required for domiciliary care
    • Full and clean UK driving licence and have use of own car.
    • Ability to work on a full- time basis and to work “on call’ approximately one week in five.
    Competencies & Skills
    • Ability to communicate effectively at all levels
    • Ability to deal with all matters arising in a patient and consistent manner
    • Commitment to continuous learning and development
    • Great people management skills
    • Ability to manage and work collaboratively with a group of highly competent office staff and a team of carers.
    • Financial numeracy – familiar with working with costs, prices, rates of pay etc.
    • Ability to write and good levels of literacy.
    This is a great opportunity for someone looking to develop their career in Care management and would provide a significant first step towards a Branch management role.
    Salary - £28,000 plus payment for on call, participation in company pension scheme. 20 days holiday plus Bank Holidays.

    Benefits: See above

    Experience: See above

    Special Requirements: No

    Job Ref: OACP/

    Work Location: Oxford city

    Salary Details: £28000

    Job Term: Permanent

    Appointment Type: Full Time

    Hours: 40

    Closing Date: 31 Dec 2020

    Extra Benefits: Pension, 20 days holiday plus Bank Holidays

  • Care Worker – Banbury-

    With Genuine Carers

    £10.00 per hour

    Closing Date: 31 Dec 2020

    More Details

    Company Name: Genuine Carers

    Nature of the Company:

    Genuine Carers is a local home care organisation with clear aims, to provide vital and comprehensive range of flexible health and social care support services. We believe carers should have empathy i.e be genuine.
    To work with Genuine Carers it is essential that you have a genuine care for others, good communication skills and the ability to understand what each of the roles entails. Care experience is useful but not always necessary as we provide full training.

    Having access to transport and flexible availability is also advantageous. We offer excellent rates, flexibility, training and all the support you need to fulfil your role

    We are have Full, part time, Evenings, Weekends and Bank positions

    Responsibilities: Team members are supported from the beginning to ensure they are able to deliver the very best quality of care to all our customers.

    At Genuine Carers you will receive continued support and training throughout your career to continually develop your skills and knowledge.

    Training will be given so no experience is necessary

    Benefits: We are have Full, part time, Evenings, Weekends and Bank positions

    Experience: No experience is necessary as full training will be given

    Special Requirements: As the job is caring for Service Users in their own home, having your own transport would be preferred but not essential.

    Job Ref: OACP/

    Work Location: Oxfordshire

    Salary Details: £10.00 per hour

    Job Term: Permanent

    Appointment Type: Bank,Full Time,Part Time

    Hours: Service runs 7am till 10pm.

    Closing Date: 31 Dec 2020

    Further Details: If you want any further information please email [email protected] or ring 07986 753671.

  • Care Assistant Required in Long Hanborough. Upto £16ph

    With Caremark (West Oxfordshire and Cherwell) Ltd

    £11.10 - £16.50ph

    Closing Date: 30 Mar 2021

    More Details

    Company Name: Caremark

    Nature of the Company: Caremark is an established, leading provider of home care in Oxfordshire. Caremark provides high quality care services for adults (18+), including elderly and dependent individuals.

    We are a CQC "Good" rated, and Oxfordshire County Council approved provider. As a people centred company, we are committed to putting our clients and employees first. We want all our clients to feel that they are getting the best care they can expect, and all our employees that they are empowered to provide the care that clients need and expect.

    Responsibilities: This is an important role, and we are looking for people who are caring, compassionate and committed to delivering the highest quality care, and understand the importance of dignity and respect for our clients.

    The role would include helping clients with tasks such as:
    •Help with personal care such as washing and dressing
    •Shopping and meal preparation
    •Prompting with medication
    •Support with daily routines
    •Respite services
    •Socialising and leisure activities
    •Helping clients access the community

    Our clients will be depending on you for their care, so for this role you will need to be reliable, flexible and able to work alternate weekends.

    As you will be providing care in our clients own homes, you will need a current clean driving licence and access to your own vehicle.

    Benefits: Guaranteed Hours, Full Time and Part time hours available.
    Hourly pay:
    Mon- Fri days £11.10ph, evenings £11.50ph.
    Weekend days £12.00ph, evenings 12.50ph.
    Bank Holiday £16.50ph
    Paid Holidays

    Experience: We are looking for people that are caring and compassionate. This is an important role, and we are looking for people who will be committed to delivering the highest quality care, and understand the importance of dignity and respect for our clients.
    Applicants of all ages welcome, previous experience not required as we will provide full and comprehensive training for the right candidates.

    Special Requirements: Care is provided in our clients own homes, you will need a current clean driving licence and access to your own vehicle.
    Many of our clients are elderly, and our carers must be prepared to work in an unsupervised environment, able to follow a client specific care plan, and be able to show empathy and communicate effectively.

    Job Ref: OACP/9914

    Work Location: West Oxfordshire

    Salary Details: £11.10 - £16.50ph

    Job Term: Permanent

    Appointment Type: Bank,Full Time,Part Time

    Hours: Guaranteed Hours, Full Time and Part time hours available.

    Closing Date: 30 Mar 2021

    Extra Benefits: Full training for new carers, Free ongoing training, Free Uniform, Paid Holidays, Pension contributions. Promotion and Progression opportunities

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    Care Assistant Required in Witney. Upto £16ph

    With Caremark (West Oxfordshire and Cherwell) Ltd

    £11.10 - £16.50ph

    Closing Date: 31 Mar 2021

    More Details

    Company Name: Caremark

    Nature of the Company: Caremark is an established, leading provider of home care in Oxfordshire. Caremark provides high quality care services for adults (18+), including elderly and dependent individuals.

    We are a CQC "Good" rated, and Oxfordshire County Council approved provider. As a people centred company, we are committed to putting our clients and employees first. We want all our clients to feel that they are getting the best care they can expect, and all our employees that they are empowered to provide the care that clients need and expect.

    Responsibilities: This is an important role, and we are looking for people that who will be committed to delivering the highest quality care, and understand the importance of dignity and respect for our clients.

    The role would include helping clients with tasks such as:
    •Help with personal care such as washing and dressing
    •Shopping and meal preparation
    •Prompting with medication
    •Support with daily routines
    •Respite services
    •Socialising and leisure activities
    •Helping clients access the community

    Our clients will be depending on you for their care, so for this role you will need to be reliable, flexible and able to work alternate weekends.

    As you will be providing care in our clients own homes, you will need a current clean driving licence and access to your own vehicle.

    Benefits: Guaranteed Hours, Full Time and Part time hours available.
    Hourly pay:
    Mon- Fri days £11.10ph, evenings £11.50ph.
    Weekend days £12.00ph, evenings 12.50ph.
    Bank Holiday £16.50ph
    Paid Holidays

    Experience: We are looking for people that are caring and compassionate. This is an important role, and we are looking for people who will be committed to delivering the highest quality care, and understand the importance of dignity and respect for our clients.
    Applicants of all ages welcome, previous experience not required as we will provide full and comprehensive training for the right candidates.

    Special Requirements: Care is provided in our clients own homes, you will need a current clean driving licence and access to your own vehicle.
    Many of our clients are elderly, and our carers must be prepared to work in an unsupervised environment, able to follow a client specific care plan, and be able to show empathy and communicate effectively.

    Job Ref: OACP/ Caremark2

    Work Location: West Oxfordshire

    Salary Details: £11.10 - £16.50ph

    Job Term: Permanent

    Appointment Type: Bank,Full Time,Part Time

    Hours: Guaranteed Hours, Full Time and Part time hours available.

    Closing Date: 31 Mar 2021

    Extra Benefits: Full training for new carers, Free ongoing training, Free Uniform, Paid Holidays, Pension contributions. Promotion and Progression opportunities

  • Care Assistant required in Kidlington. Upto £16ph

    With Caremark (West Oxfordshire and Cherwell) Ltd

    £11.10 - £16.50ph

    Closing Date: 31 Mar 2021

    More Details

    Company Name: Caremark

    Nature of the Company: Caremark is an established, leading provider of home care in Oxfordshire. Caremark provides high quality care services for adults (18+), including elderly and dependent individuals.

    We are a CQC "Good" rated, and Oxfordshire County Council approved provider. As a people centred company, we are committed to putting our clients and employees first. We want all our clients to feel that they are getting the best care they can expect, and all our employees that they are empowered to provide the care that clients need and expect.

    Responsibilities: This is an important role, and we are looking for people who are caring, compassionate and committed to delivering the highest quality care, and understand the importance of dignity and respect for our clients.

    The role would include helping clients with tasks such as:
    •Help with personal care such as washing and dressing
    •Shopping and meal preparation
    •Prompting with medication
    •Support with daily routines
    •Respite services
    •Socialising and leisure activities
    •Helping clients access the community

    Our clients will be depending on you for their care, so for this role you will need to be reliable, flexible and able to work alternate weekends.

    As you will be providing care in our clients own homes, you will need a current clean driving licence and access to your own vehicle.

    Benefits: Guaranteed Hours, Full Time and Part time hours available.
    Hourly pay:
    Mon- Fri days £11.10ph, evenings £11.50ph.
    Weekend days £12.00ph, evenings 12.50ph.
    Bank Holiday £16.50ph
    Paid Holidays

    Experience: We are looking for people that are caring and compassionate. This is an important role, and we are looking for people who will be committed to delivering the highest quality care, and understand the importance of dignity and respect for our clients.
    Applicants of all ages welcome, previous experience not required as we will provide full and comprehensive training for the right candidates.

    Special Requirements: Care is provided in our clients own homes, you will need a current clean driving licence and access to your own vehicle.
    Many of our clients are elderly, and our carers must be prepared to work in an unsupervised environment, able to follow a client specific care plan, and be able to show empathy and communicate effectively.

    Job Ref: OACP/9912

    Work Location: Cherwell

    Salary Details: £11.10 - £16.50ph

    Job Term: Permanent

    Appointment Type: Bank,Full Time,Part Time

    Hours: Guaranteed Hours, Full Time and Part time hours available.

    Closing Date: 31 Mar 2021

    Extra Benefits: Full training for new carers, Free ongoing training, Free Uniform, Paid Holidays, Pension contributions. Promotion and Progression opportunities

    Further Details: https://www.caremark.co.uk/locations/west-oxfordshire-and-cherwell/jobs

  • Care Assistant required in Carterton. Upto £16ph

    With Caremark (West Oxfordshire and Cherwell) Ltd

    £11.10 - £16.50ph

    Closing Date: 31 Mar 2021

    More Details

    Company Name: Caremark

    Nature of the Company: Caremark is an established, leading provider of home care in Oxfordshire. Caremark provides high quality care services for adults (18+), including elderly and dependent individuals.

    We are a CQC "Good" rated, and Oxfordshire County Council approved provider. As a people centred company, we are committed to putting our clients and employees first. We want all our clients to feel that they are getting the best care they can expect, and all our employees that they are empowered to provide the care that clients need and expect.

    Responsibilities: This is an important role, and we are looking for people who are caring, compassionate and committed to delivering the highest quality care, and understand the importance of dignity and respect for our clients.

    The role would include helping clients with tasks such as:
    •Help with personal care such as washing and dressing
    •Shopping and meal preparation
    •Prompting with medication
    •Support with daily routines
    •Respite services
    •Socialising and leisure activities
    •Helping clients access the community

    Our clients will be depending on you for their care, so for this role you will need to be reliable, flexible and able to work alternate weekends.

    As you will be providing care in our clients own homes, you will need a current clean driving licence and access to your own vehicle.

    Benefits: Guaranteed Hours, Full Time and Part time hours available.
    Hourly pay:
    Mon- Fri days £11.10ph, evenings £11.50ph.
    Weekend days £12.00ph, evenings 12.50ph.
    Bank Holiday £16.50ph
    Paid Holidays

    Experience: We are looking for people that are caring and compassionate. This is an important role, and we are looking for people who will be committed to delivering the highest quality care, and understand the importance of dignity and respect for our clients.
    Applicants of all ages welcome, previous experience not required as we will provide full and comprehensive training for the right candidates.

    Special Requirements: Care is provided in our clients own homes, you will need a current clean driving licence and access to your own vehicle.
    Many of our clients are elderly, and our carers must be prepared to work in an unsupervised environment, able to follow a client specific care plan, and be able to show empathy and communicate effectively.

    Job Ref: OACP/9913

    Work Location: West Oxfordshire

    Salary Details: £11.10 - £16.50ph

    Job Term: Permanent

    Appointment Type: Bank,Full Time,Part Time

    Hours: Guaranteed Hours, Full Time and Part time hours available.

    Closing Date: 31 Mar 2021

    Extra Benefits: Full training for new carers, Free ongoing training, Free Uniform, Paid Holidays, Pension contributions. Promotion and Progression opportunities

    Further Details: https://www.caremark.co.uk/locations/west-oxfordshire-and-cherwell/jobs

  • Elite Care logo

    Care Assistant

    With Oxfordshire Association of Care Providers

    Starting rate £7.80 per hr

    Closing Date: 26 Aug 2099

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    Company Name: Elite Care Agency

    Nature of the Company: Elite Care Agency is a family run business set up in 2004 to serve the local population of Bicester and surrounding villages in North Oxfordshire.
    Alison Beckett, founder and manager, has over 23 years of nursing and management experience working within the community.
    An Approved Provider for Oxfordshire Adult Care Services the company has gradually expanded and now consists of a team of over 25 dedicated members of staff.
    All share the commitment to deliver the highest standard of service to people in their own homes.

    Responsibilities: We are continually expanding our dedicated and friendly team.
    We are looking for:
    Caring and responsible individuals preferably experienced in domiciliary care work.
    Able to work individually and as part of a team
    Willing and able to work flexibly to meet our clients’ needs (some weekend and evening work involved)
    Well motivated and keen to undertake training and personal development
    Driving licence and car owner essential

    Benefits: We offer:
    A rewarding and satisfying role within the community
    Part time and full time positions
    An incremental scale of pay to reflect skills and experience
    Enhanced rates of pay for late evening and weekend work
    In house training and supervision
    Local work within a 10 mile radius of Bicester

    Job Ref: 090615 (OACP)

    Work Location: Cherwell

    Salary Details: Starting rate £7.80 per hr

    Job Term: Permanent

    Appointment Type: Full Time

    Hours: Up to 35 hrs pw flexible - must be available for some weekend and evening work

    Closing Date: 26 Aug 2099

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    Care Assistant

    With Elite Care Agency

    From £9.20 to £17.72 per hour

    Closing Date: 27 Aug 2099

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    Company Name: Elite Care Agency

    Nature of the Company: We are a domicilary care company providing the highest quality home care in Bicester and surrounding villages. We are proud of our reputation for being an excellent care provider and good company to work for. We are now looking to expand our friendly and professional team of care assistants.
    Being a small local company we are careful to treat both our clients and staff as individuals and consider the welfare of both to be of equal importance.

    Responsibilities: We are looking for enthusiastic and responsible individuals with a special interest in supporting older people in their own homes.
    You will need to be well organised and able to work independently and as part of a team.
    Patient and understanding of the varying needs of individuals.
    Willing to learn and develop your skills in care.

    Duties include
    Assisting with personal care
    Preparing light meals
    Providing domestic assistance
    Social activities
    Prompting medication

    Benefits: Enhancements for weekends at £13.29 per hour and bank holidays at £17.72 per hour
    Mileage-40p per mile
    Accredited local training
    On going in-house training
    Uniform and equipment provided
    Support to complete QCF (formerly NVQ)
    28 days annual leave pro rata
    Nest pension scheme
    Supportive management
    Supportive team

    Experience: Some experience in care is preferred.
    We welcome applications from those new to care provided you can show a genuine interest in working with older people.

    Full in-house training will be given up to Care Certificate level and above. All staff will be supported and encouraged to progress their career in social care.

    Special Requirements: The role will involve some weekend and evening work up to 10.00pm but hours are negotiable.
    Car owner/drivers preferred.

    Job Ref: OACP/Elite Care

    Work Location: Cherwell

    Salary Details: From £9.20 to £17.72 per hour

    Job Term: Permanent

    Appointment Type: Full Time,Part Time

    Hours: Negotiable

    Closing Date: 27 Aug 2099

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    Registered Manager

    With Elite Care Agency

    £32000 pro rata

    Closing Date: 01 Sep 2099

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    Company Name: Elite Care Agency

    Nature of the Company: Elite Care are an independent care agency. We specialise in supporting and providing excellent domiciliary care that is tailorRegistered made to meet each service users requirements that suits their choices of lifestyle. We are a great team to work for.

    Responsibilities: The person applying for this post has to be passionate about providing high quality care and have excellent people skills to lead and manage a great team of staff.

    Benefits: Convenient location
    Flexible working hours
    Uniform and equipment provided
    28 days annual leave pro rata
    Nest pension scheme

    Experience: Recommended qualification - Level 5 Diploma in Leadership & Management in Health & Social Care

    Job Ref: OACP/

    Work Location: Oxfordshire

    Salary Details: £32000 pro rata

    Job Term: Permanent

    Hours: Flexible 30 to 40 hours weekly

    Closing Date: 01 Sep 2099

    Further Details: Closing date has not been specified as we are currently processing applications with a view to starting employment as soon as possible with enough of a timeframe before the current manager retires in November 2020.

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