Jobs

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

Here’s why we need YOU!

#EveryDayIsDifferent

A Question of Care

Not an office job

Provider? Post new job now Looking for a Job? Register and upload CV

Location

Type

Role

Setting

Client Condition

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
  • Brain Injury Buddy

    With Headway Oxfordshire

    Starting at £11.00 per hour – negotiable, dependent on experience.

    Closing Date: 30 Jun 2022

    More Details

    Company Name: Headway Oxfordshire

    Nature of the Company: We are a small, friendly, forward thinking, dynamic team.
    We provide onsite parking and a pension scheme.

    Responsibilities: We are looking for highly motivated and compassionate individuals, who really want to experience first-hand, the immense satisfaction of supporting individuals affected by brain injuries to improve their daily lives. You will be supported to meet the very best standards of care, whilst being given the trust and autonomy to work in people’s homes and assist individuals to engage with their communities and community activities.

    If this is you and you would like to work with a close knit and supportive team, within one of the most respected specialist charitable services across Oxfordshire, we want to hear from you. We will support you with excellent induction, training, and ongoing supervision, as well as pay you a competitive salary and the potential for personal and professional development and promotion.

    This role could be the first step to becoming an Acquired Brain Injury Navigator (ABI) as part of the Headway Oxfordshire Team. For more informative details about the role of an ABI please visit our website: https://headwayoxfordshire.org.uk

    Benefits: Aim of the Post: -
    To provide an appropriate face to face level of support with home visits or sessions within our Activity Rehabilitation Centre (ARC) to individuals with acquired (Acquired Brain Injury) or traumatic (Traumatic Brain Injury) across the county. Following holistic, person centred support plans.
    Duties and Responsibilities: -
    • Assist in delivering a high standard of holistic person-centred support to individuals with a Brain Injury in a friendly, respectful, and professional manner, following specific support plans.


    • Support Individuals to participate in a framework of goal based structured support that is agreed and owned by the individuals themselves.
    • Write accurate records of support sessions, escalating any concerns to their Line Manager.
    • Plan/Review and present support plans of working case load, in discussions with Line Managers and ABI Navigators.
    • To liaise with carers (both family and paid) of clients. Work alongside other Community based Teams & Clinicians involved with clients.
    • To transport individuals to activities, appointments and Headways Activity and Rehabilitation Centre using either own transport or Headway minibus.
    • Other duties as required by Manager.
    Professional and Education: -
    • Participate in Supervision and Headway Staff Meetings.
    • Attend all mandatory/relevant training. Willingness to engage in ongoing training.
    • Regularly review own performance and identify/develop needs in conjunction with Line Manager and ABI Navigators.
    • Contribute towards consistent and safe practice by being aware of and adhere to all the relevant Organisational policies and procedures.
    • Promote confidentiality, diversity, and equality.

    Experience: Essential Criteria
    Previous Care/Support Work
    NVQ Level 2 in Social Care or equivalent
    Experience of working with disability in either voluntary sector or statutory sector setting
    Experience of working to individual client focused plans
    Experience of Lone Working and the ability to work on own initiative and organise own workload
    Ability to organise/activities in relation to individual client focused plans
    Experience of developing excellent working relationships with outside agencies
    Unlimited access to a Vehicle and a full driving license
    Ability to work as a member of a small team
    Ability to undertake flexible working patterns as dictated by individual’s needs
    Ability to demonstrate reliability and punctuality
    Good level of literacy and numeracy and the ability to write/keep accurate records. To communicate appropriately, verbally and in writing at all levels
    Good/Confident IT Skills - including Microsoft Suite/Internet Browsing and Excel
    Knowledge and Understanding of Care Act 2014 and Mental Capacity Act 2005
    Demonstrable commitment to Equal Opportunity
    Ability and willingness to travel around the county and access a variety of buildings

    Desirable/Not Essential
    Experience of Health Care Assistance role and/or approved provider status
    NVQ Level 3 in Social Care or equivalent – or a willingness to work towards
    Experience in identifying complex needs and working with Goal Based Support Plans
    Experience in organising activities for people who have impaired cognitive function and varying physical disabilities
    Good knowledge of local Statutory and Voluntary Sector
    Experience of writing support plans
    Experience of data inputting and data bases.

    Special Requirements: We are looking for people across the county and would consider applicants that are based in a certain area i.e., North of the County/City and would not expect regular travel to the office (Kennington - South of Oxford).

    Job Ref: OACP/

    Work Location: Oxfordshire

    Salary Details: Starting at £11.00 per hour – negotiable, dependent on experience.

    Job Term: Permanent

    Appointment Type: Full Time,Part Time

    Hours: Part time and Full time considered. Minimum 15 hours per week.

    Closing Date: 30 Jun 2022

  • ABI (acquired brain injury) Community Support Worker

    With Headway Oxfordshire

    Salary range £24,000 - £28,000 depending on experience

    Closing Date: 30 Jun 2022

    More Details

    Company Name: Headway Oxfordshire

    Nature of the Company: We are a small, friendly, forward thinking, dynamic team.
    We provide onsite parking and a pension scheme.

    Responsibilities: The charity, Headway Oxfordshire is the leading community-based provider of specialist support services for those affected by brain injury across Oxfordshire. We work alongside key stakeholders within health and social care settings, as well as within our own well-resourced facilities and within clients’ homes and communities.

    Benefits: 1. To support the smooth and equitable transitioning of service users through their patient journey whilst in hospital
    2. To maximise individual’s community integration and long-term independence via the Oxfordshire ABI Support Service (OASS) provision.

    Job Description
    • To form relationships and excellent communication channels with key partners in the patient journey, including attending multi-disciplinary, goal setting and discharge planning meetings as appropriate.
    • To support individuals through the discharge process and signpost to Headway Oxfordshire (and other) services as appropriate.
    • To assist and advocate in support of individuals to apply for social care personal budgets where applicable.
    • To sign post to Headway Oxfordshire’s (and/or other agencies) Specialist Benefits Support Worker for benefits advice and application assistance as required.
    • To engage with clinical systems and embed the ABI Navigator service within these systems as a recognised part of the patient pathway
    • To identify suitable patients/carers for the OASS
    • To assess the likely eligibility of patients/cares for legal services support and refer into the OASS legal steering group accordingly
    • To liaise with legal partners on the steering group around specific cases and monitor outcomes as per HWO’s service level agreements
    • To plan the OASS care package in agreement with patients/carers.
    • To follow process and procedure for referrals into Headway Oxfordshire’s services.
    • To collate all necessary and relevant medical/social details to inform the transition through HWO’s ongoing support services.
    • Contact the GP to alert them to the persons need and discuss discharge support
    • To complete all necessary documentation and data base entry for new referrals as per HWO process and procedure.
    • To appropriately share information with the ABI Nav Lead/ABI Pathway Co-ordinator and ARC Co-ordinator to ensure equity of service for individuals and adherence to HWO’s practice and procedure
    • To accurately record and monitor the ABI Navigator service provision hours and report for invoicing purposes as required and per HWO process and procedure
    • To work to and within the confines of the ABI Navigator project specification and time constraints.
    • To work across different settings, including Hospital, Community, HWO and individuals’ homes as necessary.
    • To manage a caseload of clients, including keeping accurate and timely records of all clients seen, visits made and outcomes, including entering said data on to Headway Oxfordshire’s database.
    • To write reports as necessary.
    • To attend regular supervision sessions with line manager and Headway staff meetings.
    • To work to and implement all policies and procedures of Headway UK and Headway Oxfordshire.
    • Other duties as required by manager.

    Experience: Essential criteria
    Social work or nursing qualification or equivalent
    Experience of working with disability in either voluntary sector of statutory sector setting
    Experience of advice work or advocacy Direct experience of working within social and/or health care provision
    Experience of developing excellent working relationships with outside agencies
    Experience of creating/working to individual client focused plans
    Ability to organise support in relation to individual client focused plans
    Experience in risk assessment & safeguarding
    Unlimited access to a vehicle and a full driving license.
    Good level of literacy and numeracy and ability to write/keep accurate reports.
    Ability to work on own initiative and organise own workload
    Ability to work as a member of a small team.
    Ability to communicate appropriately, verbally and in writing at all levels
    Good IT skills
    Demonstrable commitment to Equal Opportunities
    An understanding of the requirements of record keeping and information sharing as per GDPR
    Ability to travel around the county and access a variety of buildings

    Desirable
    Qualifications in/experience of working with Neurological conditions
    Experience of working with neurological conditions within either statutory or voluntary sector
    Experience of supporting clients 1:1 in the community
    Understanding of current Social Care provision
    Experience of work in a day service/ hospital/rehab setting
    Experience of lone working
    Good knowledge of the mental capacity act
    Good knowledge of local statutory and voluntary sector
    Experience in supporting people who have impaired cognitive function and varying physical disabilities
    Experience of data inputting and databases

    Special Requirements: Must have unlimited access to a vehicle and a full driving license.

    This is a Lottery funded post.

    Job Ref: OACP/

    Work Location: Oxfordshire

    Salary Details: Salary range £24,000 - £28,000 depending on experience

    Job Term: Permanent

    Appointment Type: Full Time,Part Time

    Hours: Full and Part time (minimum 30 hours) considered.

    Closing Date: 30 Jun 2022

    Further Details: If you would like to arrange an informal conversation about the role, please contact Wendy Kirby on 01865 326263 (option 5).

    Disclaimer: if we receive a high number of applications, Headway Oxfordshire reserves the right to close the vacancy earlier than the advertised date. This is to ensure that we can manage application levels and maintain a positive candidate experience. Once a vacancy has closed, we are unable to consider further applications, so please submit your application as soon as possible to avoid disappointment.

    Thank you very much for your interest.

  • Activity and Rehabilitation Centre (ARC) Co-ordinator

    With Headway Oxfordshire

    Salary range £24,000 - £28,000 depending on experience

    Closing Date: 30 Jun 2022

    More Details

    Company Name: Headway Oxfordshire

    Nature of the Company: The charity, Headway Oxfordshire is the leading community-based provider of specialist support services for those affected by brain injury across Oxfordshire. We work alongside key stakeholders within health and social care settings, as well as within our own well-resourced facilities and within clients’ homes and communities.
    We are a small, friendly, forward thinking, dynamic team.
    We provide onsite parking and a pension scheme.

    Responsibilities: To oversee and develop the delivery of positive, meaningful and enabling activities to those affected by brain injury, within our Activity and Rehabilitation Centre (ARC). To provide support for clients with complex needs in their recovery, wellbeing, independence and autonomy.

    To assist management in the continued development and improvement of these services.

    Benefits: Tasks and Responsibilities

    1. To work with individuals/family/carers and professionals to generate personalised ‘support plans’ that reflect the needs and wants of individuals with Acquired Brain Injury (ABI) and assist in their rehabilitation and independence.
    2. To organise activity programmes that reflect the identified needs of individuals with ABI.
    3. To be responsible for ensuring that activities are safely delivered, and that health and safety policy is adhered to.
    4. To ensure the safety of all service users by completing accurate risk assessments and by following safeguarding procedures when necessary.
    5. To attend Allocation’s meetings and co-ordinate the incoming referrals for support planning and activity programmes.
    6. To sign post to other organisations or agencies, that may benefit the rehabilitation or independence of individuals with ABI.
    7. To develop programmes of work/activities that support the rehabilitation of those with ABI.
    8. To sign post individuals to other elements of HWO’s support services as required and appropriate
    9. To liaise with HWO’s therapy services and co-ordinate referrals into these services in line with individuals support plans and rehabilitation needs,
    10. To keep accurate and timely records of all clients seen, visits made and outcomes, both written and on Headway Oxfordshire’s database (CRM) as required.
    11. To write department reports as required.
    12. To attend regular supervision sessions with manager and attend Headway Oxfordshire staff meetings.
    13. Other duties as required by line manager.

    Experience: Essential Criteria
    Experience of working with people with a disability in a paid, volunteer or carer capacity
    Experience in organising meaningful activities aimed at improving individual’s life skills
    Experience of writing support plans and/or working to support plan
    outcomes
    Experience of working with challenging behaviours in group and/or 1-1 settings
    Experience of leading and/or supervising a small team
    Excellent interpersonal skills
    Ability to communicate at all levels, verbally and in writing
    Ability to organise own workload
    Commitment to equal opportunities
    Although we do not offer formal personal care there will be occasions where it will be necessary, therefore you
    will need the skills and experience to take on this aspect of the role

    Desirable Criteria
    Social work, teaching, nursing qualification, or equivalent
    Experience of working with people with a brain injury
    Experience of advice work, advocacy or counselling
    Qualifications in people or project management
    Knowledge of voluntary sector
    Good IT skills
    Willingness to provide personal care/attend training if required

    Job Ref: OACP/

    Work Location: Kennington

    Salary Details: Salary range £24,000 - £28,000 depending on experience

    Job Term: Permanent

    Appointment Type: Full Time

    Hours: Full time - 37 hours per week

    Closing Date: 30 Jun 2022

    Extra Benefits: Hours of work - Monday-Friday between 9-5. No weekend/evening working

    Further Details: If you would like to arrange an informal conversation about the role, please contact Wendy Kirby on 01865 326263 (option 5).

    Disclaimer: if we receive a high number of applications, Headway Oxfordshire reserves the right to close the vacancy earlier than the advertised date. This is to ensure that we can manage application levels and maintain a positive candidate experience. Once a vacancy has closed, we are unable to consider further applications, so please submit your application as soon as possible to avoid disappointment.

    Thank you very much for your interest.

  • Home Support Worker

    With Age UK Oxfordshire

    9.56 per hour

    Closing Date: 30 Jun 2022

    More Details

    Company Name: Age UK Oxfordshire

    Nature of the Company: Age UK Oxfordshire is looking to recruit Home Support Workers! As an employee you will receive the following;
    £9.56 an hour
    No weekends
    No evenings
    Flexible zero hour contract
    Additional 12.07% holiday pay supplement
    Mileage rates applied after your first journey

    Due to the requirements of the role, access to a car is essential.

    Responsibilities: Position
    About the role Home Support Options provide flexible solutions to older people and their carers to help older people stay independent at home. Our Home Support helps people with keeping the home clean and tidy, laundry, bed making, picking up prescriptions, shopping and simple meal preparation and assisting with the little things that make a big difference in terms of quality of life which can include providing companionship and supporting people to pursue their interests and participate in their local community. Each support package is tailored to each of our customer’s unique needs and we provide as much or as little support as needed, when and where it is wanted. Home Support workers play a vital role by contributing to the delivery of a range of high quality services

    Requirements
    MAIN DUTIES:
    To provide regular visits to clients in their own homes, giving practical assistance with domestic tasks and providing general companionship.
    There are no personal care duties.
    Housekeeping: domestic services such as keeping the home tidy, light cleaning, changing bed linen, laundry and ironing.
    Shopping and meal preparation: shopping for weekly groceries, checking the fridge for out of date food, help with meal planning and ensuring a balanced diet, simple preparation of meals and drinks.
    Washing-up and putting dishes away.
    Household management: preparing the home for receiving guests, assistance with managing bill payments, support with correspondence and telephone calls.
    Running errands such as picking up prescriptions or posting letters.
    Wardrobe management.
    Ensuring clients feel less lonely and isolated: managing a diary, support with hobbies and activities, helping clients learn new skills such as using a computer or mobile phone.
    Helping maintain contact with family and friends, accompanying people on outings or on shopping trips and providing support to attend appointments.
    Arranging holidays or regular breaks away from home.

    Benefits: £9.56 an hour
    No weekends
    No evenings
    Flexible zero hour contract
    Additional 12.07% holiday pay supplement

    Job Ref: OACP/

    Work Location: Abingdon,Banbury,Bicester,Didcot,Oxford city,Vale of Oxfordshire,West Oxfordshire

    Salary Details: 9.56 per hour

    Job Term: Permanent

    Appointment Type: Part Time

    Hours: Zero

    Closing Date: 30 Jun 2022

  • Community Link Worker

    With Age UK Oxfordshire

    £11.65

    Closing Date: 30 Jun 2022

    More Details

    Company Name: Age UK Oxfordshire

    Nature of the Company: We're a local independent charity working in the community to support older people, their families and carers. We want everyone to be able to love later life.

    How we are funded

    We rely on your support to keep serving the community. We are supported by donations from the public and some charitable grants.

    What we stand for: Enabling older people across the county to love later life

    Age UK Oxfordshire is an independent local charity. We have over 160 dedicated staff and over 235 volunteers helping us to deliver services and activities for older people in Oxfordshire.

    Our mission

    We work within communities to support older people to stay independent and live life to the full

    Our vision

    We are working for a world where those we serve are loving life

    Our values:

    Caring
    Hearing-your life, your way / nothing about you without you
    Passionate for better
    Empowering -your life, your way
    Always one team

    We encourage applications from all candidates to support a more diverse workforce. We are committed to challenging all forms of discrimination and celebrating and promoting diversity throughout our work.

    Responsibilities: This is a fantastic time to join our Community Development team, as we have several new exciting projects that we are recruiting for. Join our team to make a real difference to people’s lives.

    We are seeking to recruit additional team members to cover;
    • Bicester
    • Wallingford
    • Henley
    • Vale of White Horse
    • Witney
    • Banbury
    • Oxford City

    Benefits: Hours; Full or part time hours available working, Monday - Friday

    Salary; £11.65 per hour,

    Benefits:

    Flexible working
    Free on-site parking
    Pension scheme
    25 days holiday, plus Bank Holidays. Increasing to 30 days after 5 years continuous service
    Charity paid cash health plan
    Cycle to work scheme
    Charity sick pay

    Experience: We encourage applicants from diverse backgrounds to help us represent and support people in Oxfordshire.
    Whilst some experience is beneficial, a passion for the work and values of Age UK Oxfordshire is essential. All training required will be delivered as part of an induction program.

    Special Requirements: Travel is a necessary part of the role. Some areas of the county, such as Oxford City, you could use public transport. For most other areas a car will be required.
    You will be required to work within a hospital setting. This could be an acute setting such as the John Radcliff or Horton hospital or within a community hospital. This will be a shift of 7.5 hours.

    Job Ref: OACP/

    Work Location: Abingdon,Banbury,Bicester,Didcot,Kennington,Oxford city,South Oxfordshire,Vale of Oxfordshire

    Salary Details: £11.65

    Job Term: Permanent

    Appointment Type: Full Time,Part Time

    Hours: Full or part time hours available

    Closing Date: 30 Jun 2022

  • Morning Care Assistant

    With Home Instead Senior Care

    £12.75 - £13.75 per hour

    Closing Date: 30 Jun 2022

    More Details

    Company Name: Home Instead Oxford

    Nature of the Company: Are you a 'people person' who is looking for a change? Have you always wanted to work in care and now is the right time for you?
    Home Instead Oxford are looking for new Care Assistants to join our team of friendly faces!
    We are looking for those early-risers who are available to support our clients get ready for the day ahead in the Oxford, Kidlington and Witney areas from 6:45am.

    Some of the benefits of becoming a CAREGiver with Home Instead Oxford:
    - Various contracts and hours available
    - £12.75 per hour during the week, £13.75 per hour on a weekend and £25.50 per hour on a bank holiday
    - Full, paid expert induction training
    - Mileage paid at 35p-45p/mile
    - Free Blue Light Card
    - ‘Get You Started’ expenses paid after completion of training
    - Company pension scheme
    - Employee Assistance Programme
    - Referral scheme for those friends and family you have that would make a good CAREGiver
    - Mentoring scheme

    There are only a few requirements from us:
    - Aged 18 or over
    - Availability to work alternative weekends
    - Full driving licence and access to a vehicle

    Responsibilities: No experience or prior training required! We will support you with all training required and there is the option of NVQ's (funded by us) to develop your skills further.

    Benefits: We work with the hours that you are able to commit to and we offer a range of contracts to suit you and your current lifestyle & commitments. At Home Instead, we focus on the continuity of care to our clients, meaning you will see regular clients and be able to build up a strong relationship with those you visit.
    Competitive rates of pay with a double rate on a bank holiday.

    Job Ref: OACP/June 2022

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

    Salary Details: £12.75 - £13.75 per hour

    Job Term: Permanent

    Appointment Type: Full Time,Part Time

    Hours: Full time or Part time

    Closing Date: 30 Jun 2022

  • Live In Carer

    With Good Oaks Abingdon and Didcot

    £700 - £800

    Closing Date: 30 Jun 2022

    More Details

    Company Name: Good Oaks Home Care

    Nature of the Company: Good Oaks Home Care provide high quality of Live In care to people in their own homes. We have a very supportive and hands on management team at hand 24/7 as and when needed to answer any questions or emergency situations. We provide a high spec training programme to all new members of staff. We offer a pension and flexible working hours.

    Responsibilities: We are looking for caring , compassionate , empathetic people, who are looking to make a difference to vulnerable people's lives. They must have 1 years experience of caring. A full training robust recruitment process plus training is required before a placement will be offered.

    Benefits: Our rates of pay are competitive within the area. For every week you are in a placement we pay holiday pay. We will pay up to £60 for you to travel into a placement. Depending on the level of care required will depend on the daily rate of pay. We are flexible with weekly working hours, we require all placements to be no shorter than two weeks, however the length of time you have off is your choice.

    Experience: We do require Live In Carers to have up to 1 years experience in Social and Health Care, that can be in any field, professional or private. We do also provide robust training programme.

    Special Requirements: We will be required to travel into the placement, however we will pay up to £60 for this. Due to the role being a Live In Carer you are required to be available for up to 10 hours a day.

    Job Ref: OACP/

    Work Location: Abingdon,Didcot,South Oxfordshire,Vale of Oxfordshire

    Salary Details: £700 - £800

    Job Term: Permanent

    Appointment Type: Full Time

    Hours: full time

    Closing Date: 30 Jun 2022

    Extra Benefits: Pension

  • Live In Carer

    With Good Oaks Abingdon and Didcot

    £700 - £800

    Closing Date: 30 Jun 2022

    More Details

    Company Name: Good Oaks Home Care

    Nature of the Company: Good Oaks Home Care provide high quality of Live In care to people in their own homes. We have a very supportive and hands on management team at hand 24/7 as and when needed to answer any questions or emergency situations. We provide a high spec training programme to all new members of staff. We offer a pension and flexible working hours.

    Responsibilities: We are looking for caring , compassionate , empathetic people, who are looking to make a difference to vulnerable people's lives. They must have 1 years experience of caring. A full training robust recruitment process plus training is required before a placement will be offered.

    Benefits: Our rates of pay are competitive within the area. For every week you are in a placement we pay holiday pay. We will pay up to £60 for you to travel into a placement. Depending on the level of care required will depend on the daily rate of pay. We are flexible with weekly working hours, we require all placements to be no shorter than two weeks, however the length of time you have off is your choice.

    Experience: We do require Live In Carers to have up to 1 years experience in Social and Health Care, that can be in any field, professional or private. We do also provide robust training programme.

    Special Requirements: We will be required to travel into the placement, however we will pay up to £60 for this. Due to the role being a Live In Carer you are required to be available for up to 10 hours a day.

    Job Ref: OACP/

    Work Location: Abingdon,Didcot,South Oxfordshire,Vale of Oxfordshire

    Salary Details: £700 - £800

    Job Term: Permanent

    Appointment Type: Full Time

    Hours: full time

    Closing Date: 30 Jun 2022

    Extra Benefits: Pension

  • Live In Carer

    With Good Oaks Abingdon and Didcot

    £700 - £800

    Closing Date: 30 Jun 2022

    More Details

    Company Name: Good Oaks Home Care

    Nature of the Company: Good Oaks Home Care provide high quality of Live In care to people in their own homes. We have a very supportive and hands on management team at hand 24/7 as and when needed to answer any questions or emergency situations. We provide a high spec training programme to all new members of staff. We offer a pension and flexible working hours.

    Responsibilities: We are looking for caring , compassionate , empathetic people, who are looking to make a difference to vulnerable people's lives. They must have 1 years experience of caring. A full training robust recruitment process plus training is required before a placement will be offered.

    Benefits: Our rates of pay are competitive within the area. For every week you are in a placement we pay holiday pay. We will pay up to £60 for you to travel into a placement. Depending on the level of care required will depend on the daily rate of pay. We are flexible with weekly working hours, we require all placements to be no shorter than two weeks, however the length of time you have off is your choice.

    Experience: We do require Live In Carers to have up to 1 years experience in Social and Health Care, that can be in any field, professional or private. We do also provide robust training programme.

    Special Requirements: We will be required to travel into the placement, however we will pay up to £60 for this. Due to the role being a Live In Carer you are required to be available for up to 10 hours a day.

    Job Ref: OACP/

    Work Location: Abingdon,Didcot,South Oxfordshire,Vale of Oxfordshire

    Salary Details: £700 - £800

    Job Term: Permanent

    Appointment Type: Full Time

    Hours: full time

    Closing Date: 30 Jun 2022

    Extra Benefits: Pension

  • Hub Support Worker

    With Guideposts

    £9.50/hr

    Closing Date: 30 Jun 2022

    More Details

    Company Name: Guideposts

    Nature of the Company: Guideposts is a UK based charity working with people in local communities, to help them access the support, opportunities and skills they need to overcome social challenges, improve their wellbeing and change their lives.

    An exciting opportunity has arisen to join our popular services in Witney, where we offer a range of social and skill-based activities for adults with learning disabilities and related conditions.

    Responsibilities: Alongside activities to improve life skills and wellbeing, including cooking, fitness, craft and music, gardening in our outdoor wellbeing centre, and we also go on trips in the local area.

    We are looking for creative, motivated and adaptable community focussed support workers to help us to deliver our exciting projects across West Oxfordshire.

    You will need to:

    Work as part of a small but dedicated team but also will be comfortable working using your own initiative
    Have experience of working with people and/or children with a learning disability
    Be enthusiastic
    Have excellent communication skills and the ability to deliver activities which provide a variety of experiences for our members
    Have basic IT Skills
    Full training will be given in relation to the job requirements.

    NVQ 2/3 or equivalent is desirable.

    Benefits: In return you will receive:

    Pension scheme: Guideposts will contribute 6% of your salary when you contribute 3%.
    Annual leave: 23 days pro rata rising to a maximum of 28 days plus bank holidays
    EAP from Health Assured
    Occupational sick pay scheme: 20 days full pay and 60 days half pay
    Career Development & Training Opportunities

    Job Ref: OACP/

    Work Location: West Oxfordshire

    Salary Details: £9.50/hr

    Job Term: Permanent

    Appointment Type: Full Time

    Hours: 37.5/week

    Closing Date: 30 Jun 2022

  • Part-time Hub Support Worker

    With Guideposts

    £9.50/hr

    Closing Date: 30 Jun 2022

    More Details

    Company Name: Guideposts

    Nature of the Company: Guideposts is a UK based charity working with people in local communities, to help them access the support, opportunities and skills they need to overcome social challenges, improve their wellbeing and change their lives.

    An exciting opportunity has arisen to join our popular services in Witney, where we offer a range of social and skill-based activities for adults with learning disabilities and related conditions.

    Responsibilities: Alongside activities to improve life skills and wellbeing, including cooking, fitness, craft and music, gardening in our outdoor wellbeing centre, and we also go on trips in the local area.

    We are looking for creative, motivated and adaptable community focussed support workers to help us to deliver our exciting projects across West Oxfordshire.

    You will need to:

    Work as part of a small but dedicated team but also will be comfortable working using your own initiative
    Have experience of working with people and/or children with a learning disability
    Be enthusiastic
    Have excellent communication skills and the ability to deliver activities which provide a variety of experiences for our members
    Have basic IT Skills
    Full training will be given in relation to the job requirements.

    NVQ 2/3 or equivalent is desirable.

    All posts are subject to interview, DBS check and pre-employment checks.

    Benefits: In return you will receive:

    Pension scheme: Guideposts will contribute 6% of your salary when you contribute 3%.
    Annual leave: 23 days pro rata rising to a maximum of 28 days plus bank holidays
    EAP from Health Assured
    Occupational sick pay scheme: 20 days full pay and 60 days half pay
    Career Development & Training Opportunities

    Job Ref: OACP/

    Work Location: West Oxfordshire

    Salary Details: £9.50/hr

    Job Term: Permanent

    Appointment Type: Part Time

    Hours: 15

    Closing Date: 30 Jun 2022

  • Youth Support Worker – Progression Coach

    With Oxfordshire Youth

    £24,313

    Closing Date: 30 Jun 2022

    More Details

    Company Name: Oxfordshire Youth

    Nature of the Company: Oxfordshire Youth is a boundary-breaking organisation, passionate about creating a future for and
    with young people that offers them the best possible opportunity to realise their potential. Our staff
    are redefining the youth sector in Oxfordshire and we envisage a world in which young people have
    the tools they need to approach life with creativity, resilience and brilliant mental health.

    OY culture revolves around our core values of being:
    trustworthy, inclusive, innovative, ambitious, reflective and self-nurturing.

    Responsibilities: Progression coaches seek out opportunities that inspire young people to step outside their comfort zone, helping them to develop new behaviours and skills that enable them to move into independent living.

    A youth work and trauma-informed approach is adopted by progression coaches which means:
    1. You will listen to and be led by, the needs, ambitions, and assets of the young person
    2. You are an advocate for and champion of young people’s ability to acquire the skills needed to transition into a happy, positive, and healthy adulthood
    3. You are a reliable, consistent, and aspirational role model. Coaches exercise clear and professional boundaries which creates safety, respect and trust and is paramount to success.

    You will receive high quality training to ensure they feel confident and motivated to help build skills in emotional literacy, emotional regulation, de-escalating conflict, mental health first aid, safeguarding (children and adults) physical wellbeing, financial empowerment, boundaries, creativity, and group skills.

    Key responsibilities
    • Engage a case load of young people, providing each with a minimum of two weekly coaching sessions and one weekly group work session in their home enabling the young people to develop strong group relationships
    • Provide asset-based coaching empowering young people emotionally, mentally, physically and in group relationships
    • Engage with light touch support for young people moving out of the service to ensure their smooth and safe transition
    • Create and share with relevant stakeholders up-to-date risk assessments ensuring the safeguarding of young people is at the forefront of your work
    • Strive for each young person, where possible, to be reconciled with their family through engaging effectively with adults, setting up and attending necessary meetings such as family group conferences, completing assessments and assisting in the design and implementation of reconciliation plans or pathway plans where reconciliation is not possible
    • Proactively champion young people’s involvement and help support them to be confident in giving authentic and honest feedback, ensuring they are actively listened to and their ideas, interests and concerns are central to our engagement process
    • Work proactively with Response to ensure young people are safe in their homes, taking ownership of and pride in their environments aware of opportunities in the Response training offer
    • Record keep efficiently, including reporting incidents and ensuring complaints are dealt with in a timely fashion

    General
    • To attend team meetings and regular supervision with line manager
    • Keep up to date with relevant and associated policy developments, adhering to Oxfordshire Youth’s policies and procedures
    • To ensure all pre-employment checks are carried out in accordance with Oxfordshire Youth’s guidelines, policies, and procedures
    • To undergo training enabling personal and professional development
    • To undertake other relevant duties related to the further development, promotion and sustainability of the charity

    Safeguarding
    • Understanding that safeguarding children, young people, and adults is everyone’s business and accessing training and supervision appropriate to the role (including undertaking a DBS check appropriate to your role)
    • To ensure concerns from young people are responded to appropriately in line with Oxfordshire Youth’s policies and procedures

    This job description is subject to amendment following discussion with the post holder.

    Specific tasks and duties will be shared at the interview and during the induction process

    Benefits: Benefits include a generous annual leave allowance that increases in line
    with service. OY will offers fair company sick pay, maternity leave, paternity
    leave and compassionate leave. In addition, all staff are offered a pension
    scheme and life insurance policy. OY delivers an ‘Employment Assistance
    Program’ to support staff mental health and well-being by providing
    practical support for issues at work and home.

    Experience: Person specification - Essential
    • Relevant experience in a Youth Worker or Support Worker role for a minimum of 3 years (or equivalent)
    • Minimum of a Level 3 in Youth Work or currently working towards one
    • Demonstrable experience of working directly with children and young people for a minimum of 2 years (or equivalent)
    • An understanding of mental health issues affecting young people today
    • Experience of working effectively in a team (internally and externally), able to think creatively and solve problems
    • Full UK driving license with access to own vehicle
    • IT skills including Excel, Word, PowerPoint and CRM systems, excellent verbal, and written communication
    • A flexible approach to work, including a willingness to take on tasks outside the usual remit and to work irregular hours
    • Work well under pressure and prioritise effectively, working to tight deadlines and targets
    • Ability to assess and manage risk
    • An unwavering commitment to Oxfordshire Youth’s vision, mission, and values
    • Integrity and discretion when dealing with sensitive information, and a commitment to treating people equally with no unconscious bias
    • Commitment and accountability of your own learning and development

    Person specification - Desirable
    • Vocational qualification(s) in related fields including mental health, children’s and young people’s social care, youth, and community development
    • Responding to concerns and complaints raised by children, young people, or sector organisations
    • Experience in working for a non-profit organisation in the UK

    Special Requirements: 37.5 hours per week, usually alternating each week from 08.30 am to 4.30 pm or 11am to 7pm Mondays to Fridays (may require working on bank holidays and also some evening, weekend and emergency on call work on a rotational basis)

    Candidates must be able to drive and have access to their own vehicle

    We have various positions available throughout Oxfordshire

    Job Ref: OACP/

    Work Location: Banbury,Cherwell,Didcot,North Oxfordshire,Oxford city,Oxfordshire,South Oxfordshire,Vale of Oxfordshire,West Oxfordshire

    Salary Details: £24,313

    Job Term: Permanent

    Appointment Type: Part Time

    Hours: 37.5 hours per week

    Closing Date: 30 Jun 2022

  • Support Worker

    With Guideposts

    £9.50/hr

    Closing Date: 30 Jun 2022

    More Details

    Company Name: Guideposts

    Nature of the Company:
    Guideposts is a UK based charity working with people in local communities, to help them access the support, opportunities and skills they need to overcome social challenges, improve their wellbeing and change their lives.

    Responsibilities: SUPPORT WORKER

    Salary: £9.50

    Location: Chipping Norton

    Hours: 22.5 hours per week


    An exciting opportunity has arisen to join our popular Albion services, where we offer a range of social and skill-based activities for adults with learning disabilities and related conditions in Chipping Norton.
    Alongside activities to improve life skills and wellbeing, including cooking, fitness, craft and music, we also go on trips in the local area.
    We are looking for creative, motivated and adaptable community focussed support workers to help us to deliver our exciting projects across West Oxfordshire.
    You will need to:
    - Work as part of a small but dedicated team but also will be comfortable working using your own initiative
    - Have experience of working with people and/or children with a learning disability
    - Be enthusiastic
    - Have excellent communication skills and the ability to deliver activities which provide a variety of experiences for our members
    - Have basic IT Skills
    Full training will be given in relation to the job requirements.
    NVQ 2/3 or equivalent is desirable.
    All posts are subject to interview, DBS check and pre-employment checks.

    Benefits: In return you will receive a competitive salary plus
     Pension scheme: Guideposts will contribute 6% of your salary when you contribute 3%.
     EAP from Health Assured
     Career Development & Training Opportunities
     Annual leave: 23 days rising to a maximum of 28 days plus bank holidays
    An enhanced DBS check is required for this role. The cost will be met by Guideposts.

    Job Ref: OACP/

    Work Location: Chipping Norton

    Salary Details: £9.50/hr

    Job Term: Permanent

    Appointment Type: Part Time

    Hours: 22.5 hrs/week

    Closing Date: 30 Jun 2022

  • Footcare Assistant

    With Age UK Oxfordshire

    9.56 per hour

    Closing Date: 04 Jul 2022

    More Details

    Company Name: Age UK Oxfordshire

    Nature of the Company: We're a local independent charity working in the community to support older people, their families and carers. We want everyone to be able to love later life.

    How we are funded

    We rely on your support to keep serving the community. We are supported by donations from the public and some charitable grants.

    What we stand for: Enabling older people across the county to love later life

    Age UK Oxfordshire is an independent local charity. We have over 160 dedicated staff and over 235 volunteers helping us to deliver services and activities for older people in Oxfordshire.

    Our mission

    We work within communities to support older people to stay independent and live life to the full

    Our vision

    We are working for a world where those we serve are loving life

    Our values:

    Caring
    Hearing-your life, your way / nothing about you without you
    Passionate for better
    Empowering -your life, your way
    Always one team

    We encourage applications from all candidates to support a more diverse workforce. We are committed to challenging all forms of discrimination and celebrating and promoting diversity throughout our work.

    Responsibilities: Footcare delivers a toenail cutting service to those over the age of 50. Having neat nails supports mobility and helps prevent trips and falls. We currently offer appointments in community venue settings and are currently looking to grow our home visiting offer.

    The position available is part time, working 13 hours a week in the community of Witney.

    The position is permanent and the pay range is £9.56 per hour.

    The successful candidate will be working in venues and home in the Witney area.

    Benefits: Benefits:

    Flexible working
    Free on-site parking
    Pension scheme
    25 days holiday, plus Bank Holidays. Increasing to 30 days after 5 years continuious service
    Charity paid cash health plan
    Cycle to work scheme
    Charity sick pay

    Experience: Qualifications/Education/Training:

    Essential;

    Good standard of general education

    Relevant experience:

    Essential;

    Confident in lone working

    Customer Service

    Desirable;

    Previous care or footcare experience

    Relevant knowledge/skills:

    Essential;

    Sensitivity to and understanding of the needs of older people

    Good IT and administration skills. Namely, emails, calendars, and Word documents

    Desirable;

    Use of Office 365

    Personal attributes:

    Essential;

    The ability to relate to people at all levels

    Commitment to equal opportunities

    Maintain professionalism

    Flexible to the needs of clients and service

    Special Requirements: Current driving licence and use of car.

    This post requires the DBS Enhanced Check.

    Job Ref: OACP/

    Work Location:

    Salary Details: 9.56 per hour

    Job Term: Permanent

    Appointment Type: Part Time

    Hours: 13 per week

    Closing Date: 04 Jul 2022

  • Home Support Worker

    With Age UK Oxfordshire

    £9.56 an hour

    Closing Date: 31 Jul 2022

    More Details

    Company Name: Age UK Oxfordshire

    Nature of the Company: We're a local independent charity working in the community to support older people, their families and carers. We want everyone to be able to love later life.

    Responsibilities: We are looking for Home Support Workers to join our growing and supportive team across Oxfordshire.

    We encourage applications from all candidates to support a more diverse workforce. We are committed to challenging all forms of discrimination and celebrating and promoting diversity throughout our work.

    We require you to live within 6 miles of the area you are applying for. You must have a full driving licence and have access to a car. Areas of work available are:

    Wantage & Grove
    Kidlington
    Banbury
    Bicester
    Thame
    Carterton
    Witney
    Wallingford
    Didcot
    Abingdon

    We support older people in their homes with a variety of tasks when they need a little extra help to maintain their independence at home. The main tasks involved are household chores, meal preparation, shopping and companionship. There is no personal care required.

    The service is available Monday to Friday 09:00-17:00. No weekend or evening work required. The position is offered on a zero hour contract and work is built up as your client list grows. Please see our job description for full details.

    If you are interested and can answer yes to the following questions then please call us on 01235 849430 or 01235 849413.

    Are you over 18?
    Can you drive and have access to a car?
    Are you available at least 2 days a week?
    Do you have experience supporting people?
    Do you want to support older people in their own home?

    Benefits: This is a zero hour contract. operating Monday to Friday 09.00-17.00.
    Holiday pay is paid on top of the hourly rate for the hours worked.
    There is no personal care involved.
    We are looking for people who can offer flexible availability through the week, for a minimum of 2 days.

    Special Requirements: A car is required for the role.

    Job Ref: OACP/

    Work Location: Abingdon,Banbury,Bicester,Cherwell,Didcot,Kennington,North Central Region,North Oxfordshire,Oxford city,Oxfordshire,South Oxfordshire,Vale of Oxfordshire,West Oxfordshire

    Salary Details: £9.56 an hour

    Job Term: Permanent

    Appointment Type: Part Time

    Hours: flexible

    Closing Date: 31 Jul 2022

  • Domiciliary Care Workers, Support Workers

    With DIRECT LINK CARE LTD

    · £11.50 p/h weekdays, £12.50 p/h weekends & £15 p/h bank holidays for drivers with their own vehicles

    Closing Date: 31 Aug 2022

    More Details

    Company Name: Direct Link Care Limited

    Nature of the Company: Direct Link Care Ltd is an independent company which prides in providing high quality person centred care services in Oxfordshire and surrounding areas. We offer a range of effective, helpful and friendly care services for adults who need help and support to live in the comfort of their own homes. We offer 24/7 support to our staff, high rates of pay and an opportunity to work in your local area. We offer a good pension. Our registration process is simple and quick!




     Striving to fulfil your work needs
     Variety of setting e.g. Nursing Homes and NHS
     Local interviews
     Part of a friendly working team

    Responsibilities: Are you looking for a company which is growing?
    We are looking for staff who:
    -Are passionate about elderly care.
    -Have excellent communication skills.
    -Have the ability to adapt to different healthcare environments.
    -Work well in stressful situations and able to respond effectively to challenging situations.
    -Respects people's equality, diversity and rights.


    If the answer to these questions is yes, then Direct Link Care Ltd is the right path for you




    We currently looking for helpful, friendly, trustworthy and reliable staff to support people living in their own homes?
    If the answers are yes, then we would like to hear from you

    Benefits: We offer excellent rates of pay and are looking for people who can work at our varied busy times which include early mornings, , afternoons and evenings and weekends.
    £12.50 p/h weekdays, £13.50 p/h weekends & £15 p/h bank holidays for drivers with their own vehicles.
    · Hours for both part-time and full-time roles
    . Shifts to suit you and your family needs
    · Flexible working arrangements
    · 28 days of paid annual leave
    · Enhanced rate for bank holidays
    · Free induction training with fully qualified accredited on-site trainers and online
    · Free uniform Excellent career development with the opportunity to gain higher qualifications
    · Promotion and progression opportunities within the company
    · 3 month supervision sessions
    · A supportive and friendly management /on call team
    · A free complete DBS check
    · Rates of pay increase with experience and qualifications.
    Applicants with 2 years of experience and/or NVQ level 2/3 may be considered for a higher starting salary.

    Experience: No experience required, we only request that you are a person with a compassionate nature, eager to learn and is dedicated.
    We will support you through training to obtain the Care Certificate and acquire knowledge and skills to provide good quality care.

    Job Ref: OACP/1234

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

    Salary Details: · £11.50 p/h weekdays, £12.50 p/h weekends & £15 p/h bank holidays for drivers with their own vehicles

    Job Term: Permanent

    Appointment Type: Bank,Full Time,Part Time

    Hours: 37

    Closing Date: 31 Aug 2022

    Extra Benefits: loyalty and referral bonus,  On-going training and development  Career opportunities

  • Care Worker

    With Chamomile Care

    £13 per hour for social hours and £13.50 for unsocial hours plus millage

    Closing Date: 31 Aug 2022

    More Details

    Company Name: Chamomile Care Ltd

    Nature of the Company: Chamomile Care Ltd is a privately owned domiciliary care agency which has recently joined the industry. Our key players have a collaborative experience within the health and social care industry of some 40 years.

    We have all been Care Workers so fully understand the pressures that Care Workers face and feel. We would like to make a difference to the Care Worker's life, as well as the Service Users. We are a friendly bunch and our door is always open for Care Workers to come in and have a chat.

    We aim to become leaders within the industry focusing on quality care for our Service Users and training and developing our Care Workers to a very high standard.

    Chamomile Care offers a range of services to people who require help and support to remain independent in their own homes, including personal care. All Service Users will have their own person-centred care plan, because everyone is different.

    All Care Workers will receive the training and development that is necessary to meet the needs of the care plans, and will be supported to do any extra training that they would like to do.

    Responsibilities: Chamomile Care are looking for caring individuals to join our team of Care Workers. You will be assisting people in their own homes, making a positive impact on their daily lives.

    Experience helps but is not essential as all training will be provided. We do however need you to hold a full driving licence and have access to a vehicle, for which we will reimburse you 40p per mile to cover running costs.

    Benefits: We have opportunities for both part and full time work, rates starting at £13 per hour for social hours and £13.50 unsocial hours plus millage.
    28 days holiday per year.
    DBS is refunded after probation.
    Supportive friendly management.

    Experience: No experience necessary as all training is provided and paid.

    Special Requirements: We provide care between 7am and 10pm, what hours Care Workers choose to work in that block is up to them.

    Job Ref: OACP/

    Work Location: Abingdon,Oxford city

    Salary Details: £13 per hour for social hours and £13.50 for unsocial hours plus millage

    Job Term: Permanent

    Appointment Type: Full Time,Part Time

    Hours: as requested, part and full time available

    Closing Date: 31 Aug 2022

  • Wellbeing Support Worker

    With Bellevie Care Partnership

    23,000 per annum (FT pro -rata)

    Closing Date: 31 Aug 2022

    More Details

    Company Name: BelleVie Care

    Nature of the Company: Why join BelleVie?

    We offer guaranteed 5-hour shifts
    No need to worry about whether you’ll have work one day, and not the next – you’ll work your contracted monthly hours in 5-hour shift blocks throughout the week, and on every other weekend. We also offer paid overtime opportunities on a regular basis.

    We pay for more than just your visits
    We’re an Accredited Living Wage Employer that unlike other care companies pay an annual salary based on your contracted hours. This covers gaps between your visits, travel time, team meetings and training, so you can have financial peace of mind each month.
    Annual salary: £21223 (pro-rata)


    We empower our people:
    You’ll be part of a close-knit, self-steered team. Your team will make their own decisions that benefit the people we support, with a local Development Coach on hand to provide help if and when needed.

    We’re flexible:
    We’re about making work, work for you. By splitting shifts up into 5 hour blocks we hope to help you find a healthy work-life balance. All that we ask is that you take responsibility, share your availability with your team and are able to work every other weekend.

    We provide all the training you need:
    No prior experience in care? No problem. We hire based on values and personality traits and provide and pay for all the training that you need to excel, including a trusty handbook on effective self-management.

    We provide personal development opportunities:
    If there’s something you want to learn more of, tell us. We offer different opportunities within the company and access to training for you to continuously develop your knowledge and skills. For example, we’re currently working with universities to offer a fully-funded Level 3 Diploma in Adult Care.

    Responsibilities: First things first, it’s important that we share the same values
    You must have a full UK driving licence and access to a car
    While we don’t ask for prior care experience, we do ask that the following things matter to you:

    Connecting with people: you love getting to know other people, spending time with them, and working as part of a team.

    Connecting with your community: you enjoy being connected to your local neighbourhood, whether as a member of local groups, or just being in touch with your neighbours.

    Making a difference: you love knowing that you make a difference in people’s lives, large or small.

    Trying new things: you have a go, try new things, and enjoy variety. You’re flexible and you take initiative to make things more interesting.

    Being busy: You love being on the go, and don’t enjoy being bored. You have lots of interests and hobbies (when you have the time!).

    Taking responsibility: you are happiest working in a supportive and connected team making decisions together and trying new ideas.

    Benefits: We’re an Accredited Living Wage Employer that unlike other care companies pay an annual salary based on your contracted hours. This covers gaps between your visits, travel time, team meetings and training, so you can have financial peace of mind each month.

    Flexible working hours
    45p covered per mile
    Self managing teams
    Weekly team meetings and buddy support sessions
    Intensive training and continuous professional development
    Fully paid training
    Small, local teams within your area
    Employee support programme

    Experience: No experience needed, full training provided
    We support people whilst still studying, wanting to make a career within the care sector, making a career change or just wanting to give back to your local community.

    Job Ref: OACP/

    Work Location: Bicester,Didcot,Oxford city,Oxfordshire

    Salary Details: 23,000 per annum (FT pro -rata)

    Job Term: Permanent

    Appointment Type: Full Time,Part Time

    Hours: 37

    Closing Date: 31 Aug 2022

  • Care assistant

    With Oxford Private Care

    Competitive salary rate

    Closing Date: 31 Dec 2022

    More Details

    Company Name: Oxford Private Care

    Nature of the Company: We are a leading, people-centred care company, committed to both clients and our employees. Respect, compassion and choice are important to us, and we aim to provide a reliable, good quality service for everyone.
    Company pension, full time and part time position. Flexible working hour that fits your schedule.

    Responsibilities:
    We are recruiting for a full time and part time Care Assistant to join our friendly and hardworking team. Assisting our clients with daily living, providing support and companionship to make a difference every day.

    Full time and part time working hours are based on a 2-week rota and employees are required to work alternate weekend.

    You'll need to be caring and have empathy, with a can-do approach and excellent communication skills. Previous care experience is not required, we can provide all the support and training you'll need to reach your potential.

    Benefits: Shrublands Care Home is a unique 9-bed residential home for the elderly located on the outskirts of Cumnor, Oxford. Good parking available and good bus route. We provide excellent person-centered care and support in a homely environment.

    Experience: You'll need to be caring and have empathy, with a can-do approach and excellent communication skills. Previous care experience is not required, we can provide all the support and training you'll need to reach your potential.

    Job Ref: OACP/

    Work Location:

    Salary Details: Competitive salary rate

    Job Term: Permanent

    Appointment Type: Full Time,Part Time

    Hours: 9.97£-10.10£

    Closing Date: 31 Dec 2022

    Extra Benefits: Referral scheme, employee discount, blue light card

  • Care assistant

    With Oxford Private Care

    Competitive salary rate

    Closing Date: 31 Dec 2022

    More Details

    Company Name: Oxford Private Care

    Nature of the Company: We are a leading, people-centred care company, committed to both clients and our employees. Respect, compassion and choice are important to us, and we aim to provide a reliable, good quality service for everyone.
    Company pension, full time and part time position. Flexible working hour that fits your schedule.

    Responsibilities:
    We are recruiting for a full time and part time Care Assistant to join our friendly and hardworking team. Assisting our clients with daily living, providing support and companionship to make a difference every day.

    Full time and part time working hours are based on a 2-week rota and employees are required to work alternate weekend.

    You'll need to be caring and have empathy, with a can-do approach and excellent communication skills. Previous care experience is not required, we can provide all the support and training you'll need to reach your potential.

    Benefits: Shrublands Care Home is a unique 9-bed residential home for the elderly located on the outskirts of Cumnor, Oxford. Good parking available and good bus route. We provide excellent person-centered care and support in a homely environment.

    Experience: You'll need to be caring and have empathy, with a can-do approach and excellent communication skills. Previous care experience is not required, we can provide all the support and training you'll need to reach your potential.

    Job Ref: OACP/

    Work Location:

    Salary Details: Competitive salary rate

    Job Term: Permanent

    Appointment Type: Full Time,Part Time

    Hours: 9.97£-10.10£

    Closing Date: 31 Dec 2022

    Extra Benefits: Referral scheme, employee discount, blue light card

  • Care assistant

    With Oxford Private Care

    Competitive salary rate

    Closing Date: 31 Dec 2022

    More Details

    Company Name: Oxford Private Care

    Nature of the Company: We are a leading, people-centred care company, committed to both clients and our employees. Respect, compassion and choice are important to us, and we aim to provide a reliable, good quality service for everyone.
    Company pension, full time and part time position. Flexible working hour that fits your schedule.

    Responsibilities: We are recruiting for a full time and part time Care Assistant to join our friendly and hardworking team. Assisting our clients with daily living, providing support and companionship to make a difference every day.

    Full time and part time working hours are based on a 2-week rota and employees are required to work alternate weekend.

    Benefits: Shrublands Care Home is a unique 9-bed residential home for the elderly located on the outskirts of Cumnor, Oxford. Good parking available and good bus route. We provide excellent person-centered care and support in a homely environment.

    Experience: You'll need to be caring and have empathy, with a can-do approach and excellent communication skills. Previous care experience is not required, we can provide all the support and training you'll need to reach your potential.

    Job Ref: OACP/

    Work Location:

    Salary Details: Competitive salary rate

    Job Term: Permanent

    Appointment Type: Full Time,Part Time

    Hours: 9.97£-10.10£

    Closing Date: 31 Dec 2022

    Extra Benefits: Referral scheme, employee discount, blue light card

  • Healthcare Assistants

    With Procare Healthcare

    weekdays £12.50/hr, weekends £14.25/hr.

    Closing Date: 31 Dec 2022

    More Details

    Company Name: Procare Healthcare LTD

    Nature of the Company: Procare Healthcare LTD is a unique organisation that provides person centred care in Oxfordshire and surrounding areas. We offer personal care to people so they safely stay in their homes for longer whilst promoting independence, choice and dignity. Procare Healthcare Ltd understands that people are different and so as their care needs, with this in mind , we always involve our clients and their families in the assessing and planning of their care. We have different packages tailored to the needs of our clients and all our staff are trained to do their work. Safety of our clients is our main priority and all our staff go through rigorous checks before they start offering care services. We offer flexible working hours to suit our staff family's needs. Our calls start from 1hour and above to ensure we provide the best care.

    Responsibilities: Do you want to make a difference to someone's life by providing care?. Do you have a passion in helping in your community?. Procare Healthcare Ltd is looking for people who have a caring and compassionate heart to provide personal care to our clients in the comfort and environment of their homes. Experience is a bonus but do not worry if you do not have as we will provide full training to our staff.
    RESPONSIBILITY
    -Helping clients to get up and ready for the day.
    -Providing personal care
    -companionship
    -meal preparation
    -medication prompting/ reminding/administering(after training).
    -laundry/ cleaning

    Benefits: We have competitive pay rates:
    Weekdays £12.50 per hour, Weekends £14.25 per hour.
    Flexible working patterns to suit your family needs.
    Paid on going training & development.
    Paid shadow shifts for new starters.
    Refer a friend and earn some cash when your friend joins us.
    Supportive, proactive and understanding team

    Experience: Previous experience is desirable but not essential as we will provide full training.
    We will support with ongoing training and development.
    We take candidates from all backgrounds as we encourage multicultural place of work and so as our clients.

    Special Requirements: We aim to finish at 20:00 but our nature of job is not a clock watch job and we might overlap and finish late , the most important thing is for the client to be safe when you leave them.

    Work Location: Abingdon,Bicester,Cherwell,Didcot,Kennington,Oxford city,Vale of Oxfordshire

    Salary Details: weekdays £12.50/hr, weekends £14.25/hr.

    Job Term: Permanent

    Appointment Type: Full Time,Part Time

    Hours: we have different shift patterns between 07:00 to 20:00 and may finish 22:00

    Closing Date: 31 Dec 2022

  • Support Worker

    With Autism at Kingwood

    Salary circa £19,285 - £19,688 FTE based on 40hrs per week *Rising to £20,279 with effect 1st April 2022 Add just one Responsive Night per week at £56.30 + 8hours overtime per month = Potential salary £23,915 per annum depending on experience.

    Closing Date: 31 Mar 2023

    More Details

    Company Name: Autism At KIngwood

    Nature of the Company: Autism at Kingwood is made up of dedicated and caring people who are committed to enabling autistic people to live the lives they want to lead.

    Our support workers provide supported living and outreach care to autistic adults in Berkshire, Oxfordshire, Wiltshire and Buckinghamshire, as part of dedicated teams.

    Prior experience of working in care isn’t necessary; we’ll give you all the support you need to succeed. Whether you are looking for career change, a job that ‘gives back’, a new job after a break from working, are at the start of your career in social care or are looking to change jobs in care, Kingwood is a great place to work – and we would love to hear from you.

    Whatever your background, we can provide you with a rewarding career, where you can use your skills and creativity. We provide extensive, specialist and ongoing training, and as an organisation that deeply encourage it staff, we encourage personal and career development.

    Responsibilities: YOU REALLY COULD MAKE A DIFFERENCE!

    We are looking for genuine, caring and enthusiastic individuals to work with people with Autism & Asperger's Syndrome. Kingwood has an excellent reputation as a specialist support provider of services for people with autism, learning disabilities, mental health issues and Asperger's Syndrome. Our aim is to support adults to develop new skills and live independently both at home and in the community.

    The work can be challenging but the rewards make every day meaningful.
    Experience is not necessary as a fully funded training programme is provided.
    If you have the right values and an interest in supporting people to achieve their goals, we would love to hear from you.

    Drivers are preferred for these services

    Benefits: Benefits of working for Autism at Kingwood include
    • Kingwood fully funded enhanced DBS
    • Generous benefits including holiday, sick pay & pension
    • Excellent career development opportunities
    • Fully paid in house training programme
    • Cycle to work scheme
    • Travel time and mileage paid where applicable
    • Refer a friend incentive scheme
    • Employee Assistance Programme
    Overtime enhancement applied at time and a quarter for hours worked over 40 per week.

    Experience: No Experience required, full training is given. One day is never the same as the next. If you are kind, down to earth and friendly, you can do this job.

    Special Requirements: Drivers are preferred but not essential.

    Job Ref: OACP/

    Work Location: Abingdon,Banbury,Bicester,Didcot,North Oxfordshire,Oxford city,Oxfordshire,South Oxfordshire,West Oxfordshire

    Salary Details: Salary circa £19,285 - £19,688 FTE based on 40hrs per week *Rising to £20,279 with effect 1st April 2022 Add just one Responsive Night per week at £56.30 + 8hours overtime per month = Potential salary £23,915 per annum depending on experience.

    Job Term: Permanent

    Appointment Type: Bank,Full Time,Part Time

    Hours: 15 -40

    Closing Date: 31 Mar 2023

    Extra Benefits: Generous benefits including holiday, sick pay & pension, excellent career development opportunities, fully paid in house training programme, cycle to work scheme, refer a friend incentive scheme

  • Outreach Support Worker – Must be a Driver

    With Autism at Kingwood

    Dependent on experience and enhancements, basic full time salary - circa £20,059 FTE based on 40hrs per week *Rising to £20,279 with effect 1st April 2022 depends on experience. .

    Closing Date: 31 Mar 2023

    More Details

    Company Name: Autism At KIngwood

    Nature of the Company: Autism at Kingwood is made up of dedicated and caring people who are committed to enabling autistic people to live the lives they want to lead.

    Our support workers provide supported living and outreach care to autistic adults in Berkshire, Oxfordshire, Wiltshire and Buckinghamshire, as part of dedicated teams.

    Prior experience of working in care isn’t necessary; we’ll give you all the support you need to succeed. Whether you are looking for career change, a job that ‘gives back’, a new job after a break from working, are at the start of your career in social care or are looking to change jobs in care, Kingwood is a great place to work – and we would love to hear from you.

    Responsibilities: We are looking for genuine, caring and enthusiastic individuals to work with people with Autism & Asperger's Syndrome. Kingwood has an excellent reputation as a specialist support provider of services for people with autism, learning disabilities, mental health issues and Asperger's Syndrome. Our aim is to support adults to develop new skills and live independently both at home and in the community.

    The work can be challenging but the rewards make every day meaningful.
    Experience is not necessary as a fully funded training programme is provided.
    If you have the right values and an interest in supporting people to achieve their goals, we would love to hear from you.

    Benefits: We are looking for genuine, caring and enthusiastic individuals to work with people with Autism & Asperger's Syndrome. Kingwood has an excellent reputation as a specialist support provider of services for people with autism, learning disabilities, mental health issues and Asperger's Syndrome. Our aim is to support adults to develop new skills and live independently both at home and in the community.

    The work can be challenging but the rewards make every day meaningful.
    Experience is not necessary as a fully funded training programme is provided.
    If you have the right values and an interest in supporting people to achieve their goals, we would love to hear from you.

    Drivers are preferred for these services
    Benefits of working for Autism at Kingwood include
    • Kingwood fully funded enhanced DBS
    • Generous benefits including holiday, sick pay & pension
    • Excellent career development opportunities
    • Fully paid in house training programme
    • Cycle to work scheme
    • Travel time and mileage paid where applicable
    • Refer a friend incentive scheme
    • Employee Assistance Programme
    Overtime enhancement applied at time and a quarter for hours worked over 40 per week.

    Please note: Please note: Following the consultation around Health and Social Care staff requiring Covid vaccinations, the Government has released the outcome and guidance & therefore you may subject to confirmation of your vaccination status.

    Experience: No Experience required, full training is given. One day is never the same as the next. If you are kind, down to earth and friendly, you can do this job.

    Special Requirements: Must be a driver as essential for the position.

    Job Ref: OACP/

    Work Location: Banbury,Bicester,Didcot,Oxfordshire

    Salary Details: Dependent on experience and enhancements, basic full time salary - circa £20,059 FTE based on 40hrs per week *Rising to £20,279 with effect 1st April 2022 depends on experience. .

    Job Term: Permanent

    Appointment Type: Bank,Full Time,Part Time

    Hours: 15 -40

    Closing Date: 31 Mar 2023

    Extra Benefits: Generous benefits including holiday, sick pay & pension

  • Support Workers – Needed for the following locations: Wallingford, Didcot, Abingdon, Witney, North Leigh, Banbury, Bicester and Cumnor.

    With Autism at Kingwood

    Salary circa £19,688 FTE based on 40hrs per week *Rising to £20,279 with effect 1st April 2022 Add just one Responsive Night per week at £56.30 + 8hours overtime per month = Potential salary £23,915 per annum depending on experience.

    Closing Date: 31 Mar 2023

    More Details

    Company Name: Autism At KIngwood

    Nature of the Company: Job description
    SUPPORT WORKER VACANCIES

    Location: Oxfordshire

    Dependent on experience and enhancements

    Salary circa £20,059 FTE based on 40hrs per week


    Add just one Responsive Night per week at £56.30 + 8hours overtime per month = Potential salary £23,682 per annum depending on experience.

    Additional £56.34 per week for sleep/responsive nights

    Drivers are preferred as the service has a mobility car available for activities!

    Responsibilities: YOU REALLY COULD MAKE A DIFFERENCE!

    No Experience required, full training is given. One day is never the same as the next. If you are kind, down to earth and friendly, you can do this job.

    We are looking for genuine, resilient, caring and enthusiastic individuals to work with people with Autism & Asperger's Syndrome. Kingwood has an excellent reputation as a specialist support provider of services for people with autism, learning disabilities, mental health issues and Asperger's Syndrome.

    Our aim is to support adults to develop new skills and live independently both at home and in the community.

    The work can be challenging but the rewards make every day meaningful.
    Experience is not necessary as a fully funded training programme is provided.
    If you have the right values and an interest in supporting people to achieve their goals, we would love to hear from you.

    Drivers are preferred for these services

    Benefits: Benefits of working for Autism at Kingwood include
    • Kingwood fully funded enhanced DBS
    • Generous benefits including holiday, sick pay & pension
    • Excellent career development opportunities
    • Fully paid in house training programme
    • Cycle to work scheme
    • Travel time and mileage paid where applicable
    • Refer a friend incentive scheme
    • Employee Assistance Programme

    Experience: No experience needed as full inhouse training is provided

    Job Ref: OACP/

    Work Location: Abingdon,Banbury,Bicester,Didcot,North Oxfordshire,Oxford city,Oxfordshire,South Oxfordshire,West Oxfordshire

    Salary Details: Salary circa £19,688 FTE based on 40hrs per week *Rising to £20,279 with effect 1st April 2022 Add just one Responsive Night per week at £56.30 + 8hours overtime per month = Potential salary £23,915 per annum depending on experience.

    Job Term: Permanent

    Appointment Type: Bank,Full Time,Part Time

    Hours: 15 -40

    Closing Date: 31 Mar 2023

    Extra Benefits: Generous benefits including holiday, sick pay & pension

  • Carer/ Home care personal assistant- West Oxfordshire (£11-£15/ hour)

    With TrustonTap Ltd

    £11-£15 per hour ( & more at weekends if appropriate)

    Closing Date: 31 Dec 2025

    More Details

    Company Name: TrustonTap Ltd

    Nature of the Company: Trustontap works differently to a standard domiciliary care agency. We are an introductory agency which means all our carers work on a self-employed basis (which is very easy to set up). This means you have complete flexibility about the hours you work, the clients you take on and the rates you charge.

    Responsibilities: We’re looking for reliable, caring and talented carers to join our team. This an exciting opportunity for experienced cares to be your own boss, working with TrustonTap you build up your own client base.

    Benefits: Flexible working
    • You decide who you care for and when.
    • Fit around your own commitments
    • You can work hourly or overnight shifts

    Better pay
    • Earn between £12 and £16 per hour.
    • You get paid on a weekly basis using our easy to use carer portal on your phone or computer.

    No more 15-minute visits
    • We understand that short visits don't work for either you or the person you care for, which is why we have a 1 hour minimum per booking.

    Support team
    • We introduce you to clients in your local area, we take care of payments, we provide training and Enhanced DBS Applications.

    Become part of a community of carers.
    • Meet other carers in your local area, at our training sessions, or in our online community forum.

    Experience: We ask that all carer applicants have at least a minimum of 1 year care experience, this can include working professionally or volunteering and assisting family or friends.

    Special Requirements: • You will need to have excellent communication skills and be professional and presentable at all times

    • You will need to pass an enhanced DBS check and have access to the internet or a smartphone.

    • Payment directly into your bank account within 7 working days.

    • You create your own profile on our platform and have full support from a dedicated in-house team

    Job Ref: OACP/01/21a

    Work Location: Banbury,Bicester,Cherwell,Oxfordshire

    Salary Details: £11-£15 per hour ( & more at weekends if appropriate)

    Job Term: Permanent

    Appointment Type: Full Time,Part Time

    Hours: Variable according the times you are available

    Closing Date: 31 Dec 2025

  • Elite Care logo

    Care Assistant

    With Oxfordshire Association of Care Providers

    Starting rate £7.80 per hr

    Closing Date: 26 Aug 2099

    More Details

    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

  • Elite Care logo

    Care Assistant

    With Elite Care Agency

    From £9.20 to £17.72 per hour

    Closing Date: 27 Aug 2099

    More Details

    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

  • Elite Care logo

    Registered Manager

    With Elite Care Agency

    £32000 pro rata

    Closing Date: 01 Sep 2099

    More Details

    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.

Location

Type

Role

Setting

Client Condition