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  • “I really love my job, it’s very satisfying. I like to brighten up clients’ days.”
    Sophie,
    Domiciliary Carer, 49
    Make a positive impact on people’s lives every day
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  • “My clients make me feel valued. They like the friendship, having a sing song and being made to laugh.”
    Irene,
    Domiciliary Carer, 49
    Make a positive impact on people’s lives every day
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  • “My job is very rewarding and I’ve received good training. I would definitely recommend it.”
    Rumi,
    Health Care Assistant, 51
    Make a positive impact on people’s lives every day
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  • “In this job you get back what you put in, which for me is a great deal of satisfaction.”
    Anita,
    Trainee Assistant Practitioner, 46
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  • “I really love my job, it’s very satisfying. I like to brighten up clients’ days.”
    Sophie,
    Domiciliary Carer, 49
    Make a positive impact on people’s lives every day
    Apply to be carer
  • “My clients make me feel valued. They like the friendship, having a sing song and being made to laugh.”
    Irene,
    Domiciliary Carer, 60
    Make a positive impact on people’s lives every day
    Apply to be carer
  • “My job is very rewarding and I’ve received good training. I would definitely recommend it.”
    Rumi,
    Health Care Assistant, 51
    Make a positive impact on people’s lives every day
    Apply to be carer
  • “In this job you get back what you put in, which for me is a great deal of satisfaction.”
    Anita,
    Trainee Assistant Practitioner, 46
    Make a positive impact on people’s lives every day
    Apply to be carer
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  • Full and part-time Carer

    With Countywide Caring Ltd

    Flexible

    Closing Date: 31 Jan 2018

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    Company Name: Countywide Caring Ltd

    Nature of the Company: Our staff are genuinely caring people and our recently awarded 'outstanding' rating from the CQC demonstrates this. We are a small company who value our employees, and in 2018 we will be celebrating 10 years of Outstanding care!

    “What is good about working for Countywide Caring is that it’s a small company which is good as it has more of a team feel to it as well as it’s like family where everyone supports one another. There are always chances to progress and no two days are the same which keeps you on your toes and always learning”

    Responsibilities: We are recruiting to fill new positions for full and part time carers to assist our service users with a variety of tasks, ranging from personal care and handling medication to meal preparation and household duties.

    No experience is necessary as a comprehensive training programme is provided, as well as mentoring and frequent supervisions. Our carers work as part of a small team committed to providing exceptionally high standards of care within South Oxfordshire. Carers support people living in their own homes. This includes personal care, support for the terminally ill and their families, and respite for carers. Care is provided between 7am and 10pm.

    Benefits: Would you like to work as part of an outstanding team of carers? Would you love a rewarding job that really improves other people’s quality of life? We’re always happy to hear from motivated, independent people with a passion for working within the caring profession.

    Our care assistants benefit from:

    5.6 weeks paid holiday, pro rata
    Contracted hours
    Paid travel time and mileage
    NEST pension scheme
    Paid induction and training
    Apprenticeship opportunities
    Comprehensive support in you role

    Experience: You will need to have excellent interpersonal skills, empathy and an ability to engage with all sorts of people. You will also need to be able to work independently and adapt to an ever-changing environment. No experience is necessary as full induction and training is offered.
    Work is within South Oxfordshire. As care is provided between 7am and 10pm, you’ll need to have some flexibility about working hours. You must have a full clean UK Driving licence and your own car.
    All offers subject to enhanced DBS, full work history and satisfactory references.

    Job Ref: OACP/

    Work Location: South Oxfordshire

    Salary Details: Flexible

    Job Term: Permanent

    Appointment Type: Full Time,Part Time

    Hours: Flexible

    Closing Date: 31 Jan 2018

  • Turning Point

    Support Worker in Witney OX28

    With Turning Point

    £16,000 per annum, £8.30 per hour

    Closing Date: 31 Jan 2018

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    Company Name: Turning Point

    Nature of the Company: At Turning Point, we support people with Learning Disabilities across England.

    We take pride in the services that we provide. There is one vision that everyone at Turning Point shares, which is held together by our values. These include believing in potential, communicating in a confident way, embracing change and treating each other as individuals.

    Running services on a not-for-profit basis, we invest every penny back into our services - and, our people. So, if you are enthusiastic, motivated and committed to support people with Learning Disabilities to live fulfilling lives - here at Turning Point, we don't just offer you a job: we offer you a career.

    Responsibilities: Do you have a caring nature? Are you looking to make a difference to people’s lives? Do you want to work in an environment where no 2 days are the same? Are you flexible with your working hours? Can you see yourself providing care to adults who need your support?

    If you have answered a big YES to these questions we would love to hear from you.

    Job description

    At Turning Point, we support people with Learning Disabilities across England.
    As a Support Worker, you will make a real difference to residents' lives as you improve their daily living skills. Passionate about people, you will enjoy the scope and support to enhance your own life and career too, as you gain the experience and training you need to progress with us.

    Where will I be working?

    Our services in Witney provide 24 hour supported living facilities in providing care for adults with Learning Disabilities. We tailor our services to enable people to be as independent as possible. We also have services where we support people in the day time only and can be flexible in some areas.

    What will I be doing?

    This is a hands-on job in which no two days are the same. Your duties will include:
    • Promoting the independence of people we support
    • Supporting a full range of daily activities including cleaning and cooking, days out, or going away on holiday
    • Arranging activities in the home and in the local community
    • Personal care, manual handling & helping with medication

    What skills and qualities do I need to have?

    Whilst knowledge of learning disabilities and complex needs would be beneficial, it isn't essential. What is essential is that you are:
    • Passionate, caring and enthusiastic
    • Flexible, patient and non-judgemental
    • A great team player with lots of energy
    • Able to demonstrate good communication skills
    • Able to complete the physical aspects of the role such as manual handling
    • Working with varied ages and disabilities.

    Shift Patterns

    This is a 24 hour service, therefore flexibility is essential. You will be working a range of shifts from 7:00/8:00 am to 1:00/2:00pm and 1:00/2:00 pm to 9:00/10:00pm, sleep ins or waking nights, some weekends.
    Please note that working hours may vary from service to service.

    Benefits: Of course, we know it's not about the money. But that doesn't mean we don't reward our people for their invaluable work with a benefits package that includes:

    • Excellent training and development
    • A pension plan & annual leave with an option to buy and sell
    • Family/flexible leave, childcare vouchers, season ticket loan, & Bike 2 Work scheme
    • Free financial, legal and practical life advice, online health assessment tools, counselling services, and support from an occupational health and well-being provider

    Experience: Experience is desirable however not essential.

    Job Ref: OACP/ Turning Point / Witney

    Work Location: West Oxfordshire

    Salary Details: £16,000 per annum, £8.30 per hour

    Job Term: Permanent

    Appointment Type: Bank,Full Time,Part Time

    Hours: 37 hrs per week - full time

    Closing Date: 31 Jan 2018

  • Turning Point

    Support Worker in Chipping Norton

    With Turning Point

    £16,000 per annum, £8.30 per hour

    Closing Date: 31 Jan 2018

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    Company Name: Turning Point

    Nature of the Company: At Turning Point, we support people with Learning Disabilities across England.

    We take pride in the services that we provide. There is one vision that everyone at Turning Point shares, which is held together by our values. These include believing in potential, communicating in a confident way, embracing change and treating each other as individuals.

    Running services on a not-for-profit basis, we invest every penny back into our services - and, our people. So, if you are enthusiastic, motivated and committed to support people with Learning Disabilities to live fulfilling lives - here at Turning Point, we don't just offer you a job: we offer you a career.

    Responsibilities: Support Worker – Chipping Norton OX7 - Oxfordshire

    Contract type: full-time / part-time / bank

    Do you have a companionate and caring nature? Are you looking to make a difference to people’s lives? Do you want to work in an environment where no 2 days are the same? Are you flexible with your working hours? Can you see yourself providing care to adults who need your support?

    If you have answered a big YES to these questions we would love to hear from you.

    Job description

    At Turning Point, we support people with Learning Disabilities across England.
    As a Support Worker, you will make a real difference to residents' lives as you improve their daily living skills. Passionate about people, you will enjoy the scope and support to enhance your own life and career too, as you gain the experience and training you need to progress with us.

    Where will I be working?

    Our service in Chipping Norton provides a 24 hour supported living facility in providing care for adults with Learning Disabilities. We tailor our services to enable people to be as independent as possible.

    What will I be doing?

    This is a hands-on job in which no two days are the same. Your duties will include:
    • Promoting the independence of people we support
    • Supporting a full range of daily activities including cleaning and cooking, days out, or going away on holiday
    • Arranging activities in the home and in the local community
    • Personal care, manual handling & helping with medication

    What skills and qualities do I need to have?

    Whilst knowledge of learning disabilities and complex needs would be beneficial, it isn't essential. What is essential is that you are:
    • Passionate, caring and enthusiastic
    • Flexible, patient and non-judgemental
    • A great team player with lots of energy
    • Able to demonstrate good communication skills
    • Able to complete the physical aspects of the role such as manual handling

    Shift Patterns

    This is a 24 hour service, therefore flexibility is essential. You will be working a range of shifts from 7:00/8:00 am to 1:00/2:00pm and 1:00/2:00 pm to 9:00/10:00pm, sleep ins or waking nights, some weekends.
    Please note that working hours may vary from service to service.

    Benefits: What benefits will I receive?

    Of course, we know it's not about the money. But that doesn't mean we don't reward our people for their invaluable work with a benefits package that includes:

    • Excellent training and development
    • A pension plan & annual leave with an option to buy and sell
    • Family/flexible leave, childcare vouchers, season ticket loan, & Bike 2 Work scheme
    • Free financial, legal and practical life advice, online health assessment tools, counselling services, and support from an occupational health and well-being provider

    Experience: Experience desirable however not essential.

    Job Ref: OACP/ Turning Point / Chipping Norton

    Work Location: West Oxfordshire

    Salary Details: £16,000 per annum, £8.30 per hour

    Job Term: Permanent

    Appointment Type: Bank,Full Time,Part Time

    Hours: full-time, part-time, bank

    Closing Date: 31 Jan 2018

  • Carers/Care Assistants

    With Everycare Ltd

    Mon- Fri days £9.50ph, evenings £10.00ph, Weekend days £10.50ph, evenings £11.00ph. Bank Holiday £19.50ph

    Closing Date: 31 Jan 2018

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    Company Name: Everycare Oxford

    Nature of the Company: Everycare Oxford is part of the Everycare UK franchise is a well-established private health and social care organisation that
    has been helping to improve the quality of life for people with care needs since 1993.

    • Flexible work pattern, so you can choose the shifts that are best for you.
    • FREE ongoing support of a professional registered manager
    • “Refer a friend” reward scheme

    Our management team works directly with the carers as we value their contributions and feedbacks to improve on our service delivery as we strive to archive outstanding quality services.

    Responsibilities: We are currently recruiting for new care assistants in the Oxford area. Are you looking to pick up flexible hours to suit your needs, morning, evenings and alternative weekends?
    Duties include providing companionship for the elderly in their own homes, aiding with daily tasks, providing personal care and helping with meals and medication.
    All candidates must have over 6 months experience working in a care setting and a relevant training which must include moving and handling. Driving is essential.

    Benefits: • Excellent pay rates
    • Paid annual leave
    • Flexible work patterns
    • Free induction training
    • In-House Pension Scheme

    Experience: We are looking for a person that is caring, compassionate and committed to delivering the highest quality care. You will also need to understand the importance of dignity and respect for our clients. We will support you to start your NVQ 2/3 in Health and Social Care.

    Special Requirements: Applicants of all ages welcome, previous experience essential but not required as we will provide full and comprehensive training for the right candidates. We will also provide you with a caring friendly working environment, excellent accredited training, and free on going training and support.

    Job Ref: OACP/011

    Work Location: Oxford city,South Oxfordshire

    Salary Details: Mon- Fri days £9.50ph, evenings £10.00ph, Weekend days £10.50ph, evenings £11.00ph. Bank Holiday £19.50ph

    Job Term: Permanent

    Appointment Type: Bank,Full Time,Part Time

    Hours: Flexible

    Closing Date: 31 Jan 2018

    Extra Benefits: Paid mileage, Paid holidays and Pension.

  • Bank (Casual) Support Workers

    £7.83 - £8.52 p/h dependent on qualifications and experience + payments for sleep ins

    Closing Date: 10 Feb 2018

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    Company Name: Brandon Trust

    Nature of the Company: Brandon Trust is a UK charity working across Southern England and London, supporting over 1,600 people with learning disabilities and autism. We offer rewarding opportunities for support workers, and provide full training and support to gain professional qualifications, in a career where you'll be valued.

    Responsibilities: Brandon's bank (casual) Support Workers work with us on a casual, flexible basis. You’ll have flexibility and access to shifts that fit in with your lifestyle; you could work for a day here and there, nights or weekends only, or for a week or for a number of months.

    We support people who live in their own homes and in registered care and nursing homes; enabling them to increase their independence. You’ll support people at home with everyday tasks, for example cooking, cleaning, managing finances and medication. Most people require support with their personal care and many need support with their mobility. You’ll also support people to access their community to do the things they want to; for example, shopping, going out for meals, doing sport or jobs, whatever they want to do!

    Benefits: We provide full training, including the nationally recognised Care Certificate.

    Experience: You’ll need to be compassionate, love working with people and able to build professional relationships based on trust, respect and consideration. You’ll need to be flexible with shift and weekend work as most roles include a 24/7 rota. It is highly desirable that you have a full driving licence, and are able and willing to use your own vehicle on business (for which mileage expenses will be paid).

    Whilst experience and / or a Health and Social Care qualification is an advantage, it’s not essential as we provide full training including the nationally recognised Care Certificate.

    TO APPLY: click on the 'Provider Website' button below to be taken to our careers website.

    Special Requirements: Successful applicants will require an enhanced DBS check. We are an Equal Opportunities employer and welcome applicants from all sections of the community.

    TO APPLY: click on the 'Provider Website' button below to be taken to our careers website.

    Job Ref: OACP/Brandon Bank Workers

    Work Location: Cherwell,Oxford city,South Oxfordshire

    Salary Details: £7.83 - £8.52 p/h dependent on qualifications and experience + payments for sleep ins

    Job Term: Temporary

    Appointment Type: Bank,Part Time

    Hours: Various flexible hours

    Closing Date: 10 Feb 2018

  • Support Workers – Various surrounding areas

    £15,643 - £17,598 pa pro rata (£8 - £9 p/h) + benefits + payments for sleep ins

    Closing Date: 10 Feb 2018

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    Company Name: Brandon Trust

    Nature of the Company: Brandon Trust is a UK charity working across Southern England and London, supporting over 1,600 people with learning disabilities and autism. We offer rewarding opportunities for support workers, and provide full training and support to gain professional qualifications, in a career where you'll be valued.

    Responsibilities: Discover a rewarding role, enabling individuals with learning disabilities and autism to live a life freedom. You’ll support them in all aspects of daily life and help them to increase their independence.

    Join us and you’ll have supportive colleagues and mentors around you. If you’re experienced we provide plenty of career development opportunities, whilst if you’re new to health and social care, we provide lots of training (including the nationally recognised Care Certificate) and support to enable you gain further professional qualifications. We can offer ‘nights only’ and ‘weekends-only’ contracts, and we provide a range of flexible benefits.

    We support people who live in their own homes and in registered care and nursing homes. You’ll support people at home with everyday tasks, for example cooking, cleaning, managing finances and medication. Many people require support with their personal care and mobility. You’ll also support people to access their community to do the things they enjoy; for example, shopping, going out for meals, doing sport or jobs, whatever they want to do!

    Benefits: We provide full training, including the nationally recognised Care Certificate, as well as support to gain professional qualifications. Our ‘Choices’ employment contract provides flexible benefits; you can personalise your holiday allowance and pension each year. We also offer a range of additional benefits such as childcare vouchers, a cycle to work scheme and study bursaries.

    Experience: You’ll need to be compassionate and able to adapt your approach to individual needs. Good communication skills and a positive, friendly outlook are a must, as is patience. You’ll need to be flexible with shift and weekend work as most roles include a 24/7 rota. It’s also highly desirable (or in some cases, essential) that you have a full driving licence.

    TO APPLY: click on the 'Provider Website' button below to be taken to our careers website.

    Special Requirements: Successful applicants will require an enhanced DBS check. We are an Equal Opportunities employer and welcome applicants from all sections of the community.

    TO APPLY: click on the 'Provider Website' button below to be taken to our careers website.

    Job Ref: OACP/Brandon Support Workers

    Work Location: Cherwell,Oxford city,South Oxfordshire

    Salary Details: £15,643 - £17,598 pa pro rata (£8 - £9 p/h) + benefits + payments for sleep ins

    Job Term: Permanent

    Appointment Type: Full Time,Part Time

    Hours: Various

    Closing Date: 10 Feb 2018

  • Domiciliary Carer

    With Caretree Ltd

    £8.80 - £11.00 hr

    Closing Date: 28 Feb 2018

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    Company Name: Caretree

    Nature of the Company: Caretree is a family run, Oxfordshire based, Domiciliary Care Agency renowned for its standards of care and customer support. Caretree was the first agency to gain “Outstanding” CQC rating in Dec 2015. Due to growth, we are looking to increase the size of our care team

    For more details of how Caretree was established and our values please see OACP's "Talking care" Magazine edition 2.


    Responsibilities: We are looking for staff who truly care with compassion and understand the importance of person centered care, and can provide a high standard of support to our clients. We pride ourselves on knowing all our clients and carers extremely well and have a friendly welcoming team
    We train all our team to the highest standards and offer a comprehensive oncall service to support all our staff and clients.

    Benefits: Paid for by company - DBS , training , fleece and tunic. ongoing training. flexible hours , increased weekend rate and bank holiday rate. Company pension scheme

    Paid travel time , paid mileage

    Flexible working hours to provide you with a work/life balance

    Clients are in close proximity to each other giving a greater working time helping clients rather than spending hours driving long distances between clients.

    Experience: No experience needed as full comprehensive training is given. We encourage all our staff to gain as many qualifications as they would like , all courses are free

    Special Requirements: Full UK driving License . Clean DBS

    Job Ref: OACP/

    Work Location: South Oxfordshire

    Salary Details: £8.80 - £11.00 hr

    Job Term: Permanent

    Appointment Type: Full Time,Part Time

    Hours: Flexible

    Closing Date: 28 Feb 2018

    Extra Benefits: Pension

    Further Details: We offer flexible working hours to give you a good work/life balance, we have a small friendly team who will help you in your new carer. An extremely supportive oncall to back you up. We offer everyone the chance to take part in an NVQ or if you prefer a short distance learning course which still gives you a recognised certificate.

  • With Bluebird Care , South Oxfordshire , Oxford, Witney

    To £19.95 PH

    Closing Date: 01 May 2018

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    Company Name: Bluebird Care South Oxfordshire

    Nature of the Company: Here at Bluebird Care we value our staff just as much as our customers.

    Benefits:
    -Counselling service for staff at discounted rates.
    -Pension scheme.
    -Refer a friend a friend bonus of £200.
    -Free uniform.
    -Full paid induction and training.
    -Travel expenses paid.
    -Ongoing training and career development opportunities.

    Responsibilities: You do not need to be experienced to apply, you will receive paid training to make you competent in your new role. Whist gaining on the job experience.

    All we ask is if you are a caring individual who is reliable, honest, respectful, compassionate and flexible. staff who are able to start at 7am and/or finish at 10pm, and commit to working every other weekend....... Is this you??


    Benefits: Competitive pay rates of up to £19.85 PH!!
    You will receive support you to complete your care certificate if you have not already.
    Paid travel time and travel expenses.
    28 days paid holiday per year.

    Experience: We welcome all candidates whether they have years and years of experience within the care sector, have some experience looking after a friend or loved one or none at all.
    We will support you to start your NVQ 2/ 3 in Health and Social Care.

    Special Requirements: Full UK driving license and access to a vehicle for work purposes.
    Flexible and able to start at 7am and/or finish at 10pm, this requires some lone working.

    Job Ref: OACP/

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

    Salary Details: To £19.95 PH

    Job Term: Permanent

    Appointment Type: Bank,Full Time,Part Time

    Hours: Full and Part time hours avaliable.

    Closing Date: 01 May 2018

  • Carer / Care Assistant – Various vacancies in Oxfordshire

    With The Orders of St John Care Trust

    Days: Mon-Fri: £8.01, Saturday: £9.10, Sunday £10.92 per hour, Nights: Mon-Fri: £9.15, Saturday: £10.59, Sunday £12.71 AND: 40p per hour enhancement for NVC (QCF) Level 2 and above

    Closing Date: 16 Nov 2018

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    Company Name: The Orders of St John Care Trust

    Nature of the Company: We’re one of the 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 nationwide.

    At OSJCT we care about our residents and we care about each other. That means you’ll enjoy great career development working for an expanding organisation. Because we’re a not for profit trust, we invest every penny we make in the people who live in our homes and the people who work here too. This means better quality care and lovely homes for our residents, along with competitive wages and great training and development for our people.

    We provide outstanding care, working closely with leading experts on dementia and elderly care. And we’re currently modernising our portfolio of care homes – refurbishing our existing homes and moving into new, inspiring, contemporary care homes too.

    We offer full and part-time positions on both a permanent and bank (zero hour) basis. Typically our Carers work 7am-2pm / 2pm-10pm on day shifts and 10pm-7am on night shifts (these times may vary a little from home to home).

    Responsibilities: Care is at the heart of everything that we do. Working within the Care team you will show warmth, compassion and support to our residents and their families; helping to promote independence and dignity and positively enhancing the lives of individuals in our care.

    Your daily routine will be as varied as the needs of people you are looking after. You will often be helping people to wash and dress, eat and drink, and go about their daily activities, but you will know what makes a difference to them and what helps to put a smile on their face.

    Previous experience or training is always welcome but not essential to work as a Carer with OSJCT. More importantly is a natural flair for caring for others; the desire to ensure that everyone we support for is cared for in the best way possible and the ability to understand and empathise, along with a down to earth, practical approach.

    We offer full training and will support you to ensure you're confident in your role and enjoy what you do. As soon as you join us, you'll complete the Care Certificate and then work alongside an existing member of staff while you get to know your job. From there, we offer nationally recognised training such as QCFs in Health & Social Care (NVQs) as well as in-house training.

    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
    -Pension scheme
    -Comprehensive induction (including the Care Certificate)
    -Regular pay enhancements for recognised qualifications
    -Flexible hours to suit you – full or part time
    -Opportunity to work towards QCF nationally accredited, (e.g. in health and social care)
    -Service related annual leave entitlement, plus bank holidays
    -Sick pay
    -Life assurance
    -Paid breaks
    -Uniforms and DBS (Disclosure and Barring Service) check – free of charge
    -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: Previous experience or training is always welcome but not essential to work as a Carer with OSJCT. More importantly is a natural flair for caring for others; the desire to ensure that everyone we support for is cared for in the best way possible and the ability to understand and empathise, along with a down to earth, practical approach.

    We offer full training and will support you to ensure you're confident in your role and enjoy what you do. As soon as you join us, you'll complete the Care Certificate and then work alongside an existing member of staff while you get to know your job. From there, we offer nationally recognised training such as QCFs in Health & Social Care (NVQs) as well as in-house training.

    Job Ref: OACP/OSJCT

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

    Salary Details: Days: Mon-Fri: £8.01, Saturday: £9.10, Sunday £10.92 per hour, Nights: Mon-Fri: £9.15, Saturday: £10.59, Sunday £12.71 AND: 40p per hour enhancement for NVC (QCF) Level 2 and above

    Job Term: Permanent

    Appointment Type: Bank,Full Time,Part Time

    Hours: 7am-2pm / 2pm-10pm / 10pm-7am

    Closing Date: 16 Nov 2018

    Extra Benefits: Competitive holiday allowance, life assurance, pension, sick pay (after qualifying period), discounted shopping / cinema etc

    Further Details: We have various hours available at care homes across Oxfordshire.

  • Nurse (RN) – vacancies in Oxfordshire

    With The Orders of St John Care Trust

    £15.50 - £21.75 p/h

    Closing Date: 30 Nov 2018

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    Company Name: The Orders of St John Care Trust

    Nature of the Company: We’re one of the 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 nationwide.

    At OSJCT we care about our residents and we care about each other. That means you’ll enjoy great career development working for an expanding organisation. Because we’re a not for profit trust, we invest every penny we make in the people who live in our homes and the people who work here too. This means better quality care and lovely homes for our residents, along with competitive wages and great training and development for our people.

    We provide outstanding care, working closely with leading experts on dementia and elderly care. And we’re currently modernising our portfolio of care homes – refurbishing our existing homes and moving into new, inspiring, contemporary care homes too.

    We offer full and part-time positions on both a permanent and bank (zero hour) basis.

    Responsibilities: Nurses play a pivotal role within our nursing home settings. Our nurses will lead and support the care team to provide the highest quality care making critical decisions and leading on clinical issues within a person-centred care model.

    Our Nurses hold responsibility for the quality of nursing assessments, care planning, implementation and evaluation and associated care team training issues to ensure that at all times residents receive an excellent standard of care.

    You'll need to be a qualified, Registered Nurse with an active NMC Pin number.

    Benefits: As a crucial member of the OSJCT team we will ensure you have all the training, support and tools required to be successful in your role. You can also expect benefits such as:

    -OSJCT will pay for the renewal of you nurse NMC PIN
    -OSJCT will pay for your RCNi online portfolio for your re-validation
    -Support with continual professional development
    -Life Assurance
    -Generous annual leave entitlement
    -Opportunity for career development and leadership / management opportunities.
    -Nurse specific workshops, conferences and networking events
    -Company pension scheme.
    -“My Reward” giving you discount on shopping, holidays, cinema, dining, days out and much more!

    Pay rates:

    -Mon- Fri - £15.50 p/h
    -Saturdays - £18.13 p/h
    -Sundays - £21.75 p/h

    Locations of nursing vacancies include:

    -Henley on Thames
    -Chipping Norton
    -Oxford
    -Bicester
    -Banbury
    -Thame
    -Didcot
    -Wallingford

    Experience: You'll need to be a qualified, Registered Nurse with an active NMC Pin number.

    Our career development:

    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.

    As well as receiving regular support from your manager, you’ll also benefit from our extensive professional support services, which now include a dedicated ‘Training and Talent Management’ team who focus on every individual’s development. And with us backing you all the way, you can show us just what you’re capable of.

    The career development we provide includes three main benefits:

    -Access to continuous professional development (CPD) and training diploma with nationally recognised professional qualifications, including Qualifications and Credit Frameworks (QCFs) in health and social care.
    -Regular performance development reviews – the opportunity to grow and think about what you want now, and in the future
    -Recognition for your great work through our employee award schemes and ceremonies
    -Our Nurses are also offered full funding of their PIN, continued professional development days and support with revalidation.

    Job Ref: OACP/ OSJCT - RN

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

    Salary Details: £15.50 - £21.75 p/h

    Job Term: Permanent

    Appointment Type: Bank,Full Time,Part Time

    Hours: Varied - days or nights, full or part time

    Closing Date: 30 Nov 2018

    Further Details: We have vacancies for days and night shifts, full and part time hours available.

  • COMMUNITY SUPPORT WORKER

    With CARE WITH DIGNITY PARTNERSHIPS

    From £11.00 per hour

    Closing Date: 01 Dec 2018

    More Details

    Company Name: CARE WITH DIGNITY PARTNERSHIPS

    Nature of the Company: Care With Dignity Partnerships is a family run home care agency in Oxfordshire, offering a variety of care services and support.

    Responsibilities: WE ARE RECRUITING! Have you made your New Years resolutions yet? Maybe a rewarding career change is top of your list. Care with Dignity are recruiting now for immediate starts. We are looking for full time, part time and weekend Support workers to work with vulnerable adults in their own homes in Abingdon. Applicants must be car drivers and dynamic individuals with a kind and caring nature. With the opportunity to obtain a diploma in health and social care and the freedom of working in the community we have the perfect roles available for you to make that change and make a difference. Contact our friendly team for more information.

    Benefits: We pay from £11.00 p/h with 40p per mile paid for travel costs and the benefits of a pension scheme.

    Hours of work are 07:00-14:30 and 16:00-22:00 all week

    Experience: Experience is not essential as all training will be provided.

    Special Requirements: Applicants must be car drivers and dynamic individuals with a kind and caring nature.

    Job Ref: OACP/CWDP-1

    Work Location: South Oxfordshire,Vale of Oxfordshire

    Salary Details: From £11.00 per hour

    Job Term: Permanent

    Appointment Type: Bank,Full Time,Part Time

    Hours: 16 - 40 hours

    Closing Date: 01 Dec 2018

    Extra Benefits: Pension Scheme, Travel, Uniform, Training, NVQ

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