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  • “You discover people’s stories their history; I can guarantee you’re never bored.”
    Merryl Rautenbach,
    adult carer, 58
    Make a positive impact on people’s lives every day
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  • “It may not pay a fortune but it’s so rewarding knowing that you make a difference to people’s lives.”
    Julie Evans,
    adult carer, 52
    Make a positive impact on people’s lives every day
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  • “If you want to make a real difference to improving people’s lives I would encourage peopleto get a job as a care worker.”
    Joseph Ndori,
    adult carer, 42
    Make a positive impact on people’s lives every day
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  • “If you want to make a real difference to improving people’s lives I would encourage peopleto get a job as a care worker.”
    Anita,
    Trainee Assistant Practitioner, 46
    Make a positive impact on people’s lives every day
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  • “You discover people’s stories their history; I can guarantee you’re never bored.”
    Merryl Rautenbach,
    adult carer, 58
    Make a positive impact on people’s lives every day
    Apply to be carer
  • “It may not pay a fortune but it’s so rewarding knowing that you make a difference to people’s lives.”
    Julie Evans,
    adult carer, 52
    Make a positive impact on people’s lives every day
    Apply to be carer
  • “If you want to make a real difference to improving people’s lives I would encourage peopleto get a job as a care worker.”
    Joseph Ndori,
    adult carer, 42
    Make a positive impact on people’s lives every day
    Apply to be carer
  • “If you want to make a real difference to improving people’s lives I would encourage peopleto get a job as a care worker.”
    Anita,
    Trainee Assistant Practitioner, 46
    Make a positive impact on people’s lives every day
    Apply to be carer
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  • Oxford Sexual Abuse and Rape Crisis Centre

    Empowerment Worker (young women and girls project)

    Band 5c £24,578 - £26,260 per annum, pro rata

    Closing Date: 21 Nov 2017

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    Company Name: OSARCC

    Nature of the Company: Our Mission:
    To support women survivors of sexual violence, promote and advocate for their needs and work towards the elimination of sexual violence

    We aim to do this by:
    1. Providing a diverse range of effective services that meet the needs of women and girls in Oxfordshire who are affected by sexual violence
    2. Raising awareness of the prevalence and impact of sexual violence and the needs for specialist services to support survivors
    3. Challenging and changing public attitudes about sexual violence in Oxfordshire and beyond

    Responsibilities: Are you an inspiring woman with experience of working with girls and young women?
    We are recruiting an experienced Empowerment Worker to help develop OSARCC’s next stage of growth, expanding our Support, Empower, Educate (SEE) services to young women and girls aged 14 – 18, to enable us to increase the reach of our support, education, and preventative work.

    Benefits: We provide ongoing support, training, and development, 5 weeks’ annual leave a year (plus bank holidays) and flexible working arrangements.

    Experience: You will have experience of delivering outcomes-based support, and working within an empowerment model to ensure young women and girls can access the support required. With experience of delivering face to face support services you will help us ensure that women and girls are engaged through the project development and that their voices directly inform service development. You will have a strong commitment to working within a feminist collective ethos, in the violence against women and girls sector.

    Special Requirements: OSARCC is an equal opportunities employer and encourages applications from candidates from all minority groups.
    This post is open to women only and is exempt under schedule 9 (Part 1) of the Equality Act 2010.

    Job Ref: OACP/ OSARCC - empowerment worker

    Work Location: Oxford city

    Salary Details: Band 5c £24,578 - £26,260 per annum, pro rata

    Job Term: Temporary

    Appointment Type: Part Time

    Hours: 18.5 hours per week

    Closing Date: 21 Nov 2017

    Further Details: This post is funded by the National Lottery through the Big Lottery Fund.
    Fixed term contract for 1 year with a possibility of extension.

  • Oxford Sexual Abuse and Rape Crisis Centre

    Helpline and Training Coordinator

    Band 6a £25,250-26,933 per annum

    Closing Date: 21 Nov 2017

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    Company Name: OSARCC

    Nature of the Company: Our Mission:
    To support women survivors of sexual violence, promote and advocate for their needs and work towards the elimination of sexual violence

    We aim to do this by:
    1. Providing a diverse range of effective services that meet the needs of women and girls in Oxfordshire who are affected by sexual violence
    2. Raising awareness of the prevalence and impact of sexual violence and the needs for specialist services to support survivors
    3. Challenging and changing public attitudes about sexual violence in Oxfordshire and beyond

    Responsibilities: Are you an inspiring woman with experience of working with volunteers and delivering training? We are recruiting an experienced Helpline & Training Co-ordinator to help develop OSARCC’s next stage of growth. This will involve expanding our helpline support services, and increasing the reach of our external training.

    Benefits: We provide ongoing support, training, and development, 5 weeks’ annual leave a year (plus bank holidays) and flexible working arrangements.

    Experience: You will have experience of delivering training and a firm understanding of managing volunteers. You will also have a good comprehension of issues relating to violence against women and girls, including sexual violence, and will be able to communicate effectively and sensitively to a range of audiences. You will have a strong commitment to working within a feminist collective ethos, in the violence against women and girls sector.

    Special Requirements: OSARCC is an equal opportunities employer and encourages applications from candidates from all minority groups.
    This post is open to women only and is exempt under schedule 9 (Part 1) of the Equality Act 2010.

    Job Ref: OACP/ OSARCC - coordinator

    Work Location: Oxford city

    Salary Details: Band 6a £25,250-26,933 per annum

    Job Term: Temporary

    Appointment Type: Full Time

    Hours: 37 hours per week

    Closing Date: 21 Nov 2017

    Further Details: OSARCC is an equal opportunities employer and encourages applications from candidates from all minority groups.
    This post is open to women only and is exempt under schedule 9 (Part 1) of the Equality Act 2010.

  • Oxford Sexual Abuse and Rape Crisis Centre

    SEE Project Co-ordinator (young women and girls project)

    Band 6c £28,618 - £30,300 per annum, pro rata

    Closing Date: 21 Nov 2017

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    Company Name: OSARCC

    Nature of the Company: Our Mission:
    To support women survivors of sexual violence, promote and advocate for their needs and work towards the elimination of sexual violence

    We aim to do this by:
    1. Providing a diverse range of effective services that meet the needs of women and girls in Oxfordshire who are affected by sexual violence
    2. Raising awareness of the prevalence and impact of sexual violence and the needs for specialist services to support survivors
    3. Challenging and changing public attitudes about sexual violence in Oxfordshire and beyond

    Responsibilities: Are you an inspiring woman with experience of working with girls and young women?
    We are recruiting an experienced Empowerment Worker to help develop OSARCC’s next stage of growth, expanding our Support, Empower, Educate (SEE) services to young women and girls aged 14 – 18, to enable us to increase the reach of our support, education, and preventative work.

    Benefits: We provide ongoing support, training, and development, 5 weeks’ annual leave a year (plus bank holidays) and flexible working arrangements.

    Experience: You will have experience of delivering outcomes-based support, and working within an empowerment model to ensure young women and girls can access the support required. With experience of delivering face to face support services you will help us ensure that women and girls are engaged through the project development and that their voices directly inform service development. You will have a strong commitment to working within a feminist collective ethos, in the violence against women and girls sector.

    Special Requirements: OSARCC is an equal opportunities employer and encourages applications from candidates from all minority groups.
    This post is open to women only and is exempt under schedule 9 (Part 1) of the Equality Act 2010.

    Job Ref: OACP/ Project Coordinator

    Work Location: Oxford city

    Salary Details: Band 6c £28,618 - £30,300 per annum, pro rata

    Job Term: Permanent

    Appointment Type: Part Time

    Hours: 30 hours per week

    Closing Date: 21 Nov 2017

    Further Details: This post is funded by the National Lottery through the Big Lottery Fund.

  • Support Worker – Oxford

    £8.15 ph up to £20,334 pa

    Closing Date: 21 Nov 2017

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    Company Name: Dimensions-UK

    Nature of the Company: As one of the country’s largest not-for-profits supporting people with learning disabilities, autism, challenging behaviour and complex needs, we are driven by our values. People with learning disabilities and their families are at the heart of everything we do and we want every person we support to have a great life, with excellent outcomes.

    Responsibilities: As a support worker, you’ll be helping people you support to live the individual life they want, ensuring they have choice and control over the planning and delivery of their support.
    Core duties
    No two days will be the same, you will enjoy variety and assist people in the following ways:
    • Setting challenging goals in the eight key areas known to affect a person’s quality of life.
    • Helping people learn the skills they need to live the life they choose.
    • Co-producing and designing support in partnership with the people who are being supported, their families, and their support teams. This includes developing and delivering their support plan, and reviewing the support they receive against the Dimensions values.
    • You will help the people we support to shop for things they wish to buy including their clothes and food, and to prepare their meals as required.
    • Helping, encouraging, supporting and teaching the people we support to do their housework, including cleaning and laundry.
    • Supporting and encouraging people to find opportunities in education, employment and leisure, and enable them to take part in these opportunities.
    • Helping the people we support to manage their own money.
    • Supporting people with their day to day travel arrangements and holidays as required.
    • Working in a supportive manner with colleagues, families and external parties, building trust by being open and honest.
    • Supporting, encouraging and teaching people to maintain personal and intimate care as required, such as dressing themselves, showering/bathing, using the toilet, etc.
    • You will have to keep some written records, using IT systems as required to help you, including support plans, financial info and health and safety records.
    In addition to the above, a support worker is expected to:
    • Be prepared to work flexibly. This could include working some weekends, waking nights or sleep-
    ins if required and bank holidays. This will be discussed with you during the interview process and you will be matched to people we support in line with hours and patterns of shifts you are able to work.
    • Complete all required training either by e-learning or attending courses.
    • Adhere to our policies, procedures and standards as published. Keep information about the people we support, colleagues and the company confidential.
    • We want you to develop professionally as a support worker. This means that you are expected to get involved and contribute in meetings, work towards gaining qualifications about your work, attend training courses and be willing to learn new things and ways of working.
    Please note that this is a generic job description and person specification and should be read in conjunction with the personalised advert for this vacancy, which will outline other more specific duties of the role and requirements of the candidate.

    Benefits: As well as competitive pay and job satisfaction you’ll also benefit from:
    - 30 days’ annual leave entitlement, pro-rata, (including bank holidays), rising to a maximum of 35 days
    - pensions, including a money purchase scheme with employee and employer contribution
    - discounts and cashback on high street and online shopping through Rewarding Dimensions
    - non-taxable and NI exempt childcare vouchers for working parents
    - free access to the Employee Assistance Programme with a 24/7 helpline for advice and support, also available to partners and immediate family
    - recognition and financial bonus every five years through our Long Service Awards
    - opportunity to purchase Simply Health, a discounted health and dental cover scheme
    - death in service payment for a nominated beneficiary under Life Assurance
    - bike to work scheme and season ticket loans
    - £200 recommend a friend scheme
    - 50% contribution to the cost of learning to drive, subject to meeting operational and staffing criteria.

    Experience: Are you experienced in supporting adults with learning disabilities? Join an innovative team where you can lead by example, enjoying an excellent training programme, strong career progression - and deliver outstanding support through the unique ‘Activate’ model, proven to make a measurable difference to people’s lives and your professional satisfaction.

    Special Requirements: Dimensions are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of the people we support. An enhanced DBS disclosure will be required for this role, the cost of which will be incurred by Dimensions. Candidates will be required to provide evidence of their identity and eligibility to work in the UK.
    We welcome applications from everyone and value diversity in our workforce. As users of the disability confident scheme, we guarantee to interview all disabled applicants who meet the minimum criteria for the vacancy - Dimensions has been awarded this symbol by Jobcentre Plus to recognise our commitment towards the employment, retention, training and career development of disabled employees.

    Job Ref: OACP/ D000729

    Work Location: Oxford city

    Salary Details: £8.15 ph up to £20,334 pa

    Job Term: Permanent

    Appointment Type: Full Time

    Hours: 37.5

    Closing Date: 21 Nov 2017

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    Residential Team Leader

    With MacIntyre Academies

    £20,402-£24,992 pro rata (dependent on experience)

    Closing Date: 24 Nov 2017

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    Company Name: MacIntyre Academies

    Nature of the Company: MacIntyre Academies Trust opened its first academy, in Headington, Oxford in September 2014. Endeavour Academy is a new and exciting Academy School for children and young people with autism and associated severe Learning Difficulties aged from 9 to 19 years old.

    Responsibilities: We are currently recruiting for inspirational and facilitative Residential Team Leaders to join this exciting residential school.

    You will provide leadership and mentoring to a team of frontline staff in the form of exemplifying best practice, providing support and supervision, acting as a key contact with families and all other internal and external stakeholders. You will also support the Head of Care in the management of the service and provision ensuring the children and young people resident at the school are kept safe, well and supported to live a life of independence and choice. You will support the creation of personal care and behaviour plans, you will arrange and on occasion support community and holiday activities.

    You will be responsible for creating and participating in a flexible and person centred rota, effectively deploying staff resources to meet the individual needs of the children and young people within the academy, including where needed evening, weekend and bank holiday working, sleep-ins, waking nights and absence cover. You will hold a full driving license.

    Benefits: In return, we can offer you a competitive salary, generous annual leave entitlement and local government pension scheme, an Employee Assistance Programme to support your health and wellbeing as well as full induction, training and career opportunities.

    Experience: You will demonstrate an approach of facilitation and reflective practice with a belief in a life of independence and choice for the young people you will support at all times. Please note some of our students may present with challenging behaviour – we provide you with full training on how to manage this appropriately and safely.

    You will need to have previous supervisory experience within social care or education and be a confident leader of a team. You will also be able to develop effective working practices and be really hands on within the provision; this may involve covering of shifts and operational support to include domestic task and personal care. You will have knowledge of regulatory frameworks affecting the work you undertake and be a confident and effective communicator, both written and verbal with good IT skills.

    To be considered applicants will need to have experience in residential childcare and ideally will have an NVQ level three in care.

    Special Requirements: MacIntyre Academies Trust is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults. All positions will require an enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service check and registration with the DBS Update Service together with all other relevant recruitment checks including obtaining references. Referees will be asked to assess suitability of candidates to work with vulnerable adults, children or young people and will be verbally verified. MacIntyre Academies’ Safeguarding Policy can be found on our website and candidates will be asked about this as part of the recruitment process.

    Salaries are FTE and dependent on experience and qualifications

    Job Ref: OACP/ NTXHY248248

    Work Location: Oxford city

    Salary Details: £20,402-£24,992 pro rata (dependent on experience)

    Job Term: Permanent

    Appointment Type: Full Time

    Hours: 38 hours per week

    Closing Date: 24 Nov 2017

  • Support Worker – Witney

    £8.15 ph up to £20,334 pa

    Closing Date: 24 Nov 2017

    More Details

    Company Name: Dimensions-UK

    Nature of the Company: As one of the country’s largest not-for-profits supporting people with learning disabilities, autism, challenging behaviour and complex needs, we are driven by our values. People with learning disabilities and their families are at the heart of everything we do and we want every person we support to have a great life, with excellent outcomes.

    Responsibilities: As a support worker, you’ll be helping people you support to live the individual life they want, ensuring they have choice and control over the planning and delivery of their support.
    Core duties
    No two days will be the same, you will enjoy variety and assist people in the following ways:
    • Setting challenging goals in the eight key areas known to affect a person’s quality of life.
    • Helping people learn the skills they need to live the life they choose.
    • Co-producing and designing support in partnership with the people who are being supported, their families, and their support teams. This includes developing and delivering their support plan, and reviewing the support they receive against the Dimensions values.
    • You will help the people we support to shop for things they wish to buy including their clothes and food, and to prepare their meals as required.
    • Helping, encouraging, supporting and teaching the people we support to do their housework, including cleaning and laundry.
    • Supporting and encouraging people to find opportunities in education, employment and leisure, and enable them to take part in these opportunities.
    • Helping the people we support to manage their own money.
    • Supporting people with their day to day travel arrangements and holidays as required.
    • Working in a supportive manner with colleagues, families and external parties, building trust by being open and honest.
    • Supporting, encouraging and teaching people to maintain personal and intimate care as required, such as dressing themselves, showering/bathing, using the toilet, etc.
    • You will have to keep some written records, using IT systems as required to help you, including support plans, financial info and health and safety records.
    In addition to the above, a support worker is expected to:
    • Be prepared to work flexibly. This could include working some weekends, waking nights or sleep-
    ins if required and bank holidays. This will be discussed with you during the interview process and you will be matched to people we support in line with hours and patterns of shifts you are able to work.
    • Complete all required training either by e-learning or attending courses.
    • Adhere to our policies, procedures and standards as published. Keep information about the people we support, colleagues and the company confidential.
    • We want you to develop professionally as a support worker. This means that you are expected to get involved and contribute in meetings, work towards gaining qualifications about your work, attend training courses and be willing to learn new things and ways of working.
    Please note that this is a generic job description and person specification and should be read in conjunction with the personalised advert for this vacancy, which will outline other more specific duties of the role and requirements of the candidate.

    Benefits: As well as competitive pay and job satisfaction you’ll also benefit from:
    - 30 days’ annual leave entitlement, pro-rata, (including bank holidays), rising to a maximum of 35 days
    - pensions, including a money purchase scheme with employee and employer contribution
    - discounts and cashback on high street and online shopping through Rewarding Dimensions
    - non-taxable and NI exempt childcare vouchers for working parents
    - free access to the Employee Assistance Programme with a 24/7 helpline for advice and support, also available to partners and immediate family
    - recognition and financial bonus every five years through our Long Service Awards
    - opportunity to purchase Simply Health, a discounted health and dental cover scheme
    - death in service payment for a nominated beneficiary under Life Assurance
    - bike to work scheme and season ticket loans
    - £200 recommend a friend scheme
    - 50% contribution to the cost of learning to drive, subject to meeting operational and staffing criteria.

    Experience: Are you experienced in supporting adults with learning disabilities? Join an innovative team where you can lead by example, enjoying an excellent training programme, strong career progression - and deliver outstanding support through the unique ‘Activate’ model, proven to make a measurable difference to people’s lives and your professional satisfaction.

    Special Requirements: Dimensions are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of the people we support. An enhanced DBS disclosure will be required for this role, the cost of which will be incurred by Dimensions. Candidates will be required to provide evidence of their identity and eligibility to work in the UK.
    We welcome applications from everyone and value diversity in our workforce. As users of the disability confident scheme, we guarantee to interview all disabled applicants who meet the minimum criteria for the vacancy - Dimensions has been awarded this symbol by Jobcentre Plus to recognise our commitment towards the employment, retention, training and career development of disabled employees.

    Job Ref: OACP/ D000758

    Work Location: West Oxfordshire

    Salary Details: £8.15 ph up to £20,334 pa

    Job Term: Permanent

    Appointment Type: Full Time

    Hours: 37.5

    Closing Date: 24 Nov 2017

  • With Response Organisation

    £19,800 - £22,500 per annum (depending on experience)

    Closing Date: 24 Nov 2017

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    Company Name: Response Organisation

    Nature of the Company: Response has been successfully providing housing and support in the community for adults with mental health needs for over 40 years.

    Responsibilities: You will support individuals with severe and enduring mental health needs to live their lives in a positive way, and assist them to improve their physical and mental well-being and promote and encourage as much independence as possible.

    This is a varied role, working in a supported housing project; you will act as keyworker to a caseload of people with mental health needs. You will work with them to develop a support and risk management plan.

    You will have a duty of care to safeguard and protect vulnerable residents/potential residents and manage crisis situations when required, and liaise with multi-disciplinary teams and carers.

    Benefits: • £19,800 - £22,500 per annum (depending on experience)
    • Permanent, 37 hours per week
    • Enhanced Pension Scheme
    • 22 days holiday per year plus bank holidays
    • Subsidised Gym Membership
    • Childcare Vouchers
    • Free Counselling and Legal Advice
    • Excellent Induction and Training

    Job Ref: OACP/

    Work Location:

    Salary Details: £19,800 - £22,500 per annum (depending on experience)

    Job Term: Permanent

    Appointment Type: Full Time

    Hours: 37 hours

    Closing Date: 24 Nov 2017

  • Night Social Care Worker – Kidlington

    With Choice Care Group

    15,834.00

    Closing Date: 28 Nov 2017

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    Company Name: Choice Care Group

    Nature of the Company: Choice Ltd began delivering services to people with learning disabilities and complex needs in 1992. We later acquired two further residential support companies (Truecare Group Ltd and Orchard End Ltd) and a supported living provider, called Excel Support Services. Collectively, we now work as one group, known as the Choice Care Group.

    Our services

    Choice Care Group has evolved to become a leading provider in the delivery of both residential and supported living services for people with learning disabilities and mental health conditions, with a particular specialism in working with individuals who have highly complex needs or have a history of being a risk to themselves or others. A high proportion of the people we support are also on the autism spectrum.

    Responsibilities: •Are you Passionate about working with people?***
    •Can you think on your toes?* *
    •Would you like to be part of a dynamic team?* *
    •Would you like to help people celebrate their success’s each and every day?*

    Gosford House is a large, detached house in Kidlington, Oxfordshire providing support for eight individuals over the age of 16 with autism, severe to moderate learning disabilities and complex needs.

    As a Night Social Care Worker you will be supporting adults with learning disabilities and complex needs in a residential care environment, providing a high standard of care and support. You don’t have to have experience or qualifications as we provide full training.

    If you feel you have the unique qualities required for this exciting role and want to work with an organisation that provides the type of care you’d expect for your loved ones, we would welcome your application.

    Benefits: What we are offering;

    20 Days Annual Leave (Plus Bank Holidays)

    Excellent Promotional Opportunities

    Brilliant Management Development Programmes

    Employee Assistance Programme – Pension Scheme

    Wellness Bonus – Introduce a Friend Bonus

    Discounts on Park Holidays, Gala Bingo, Perkbox and Many More!

    Successful applicants will be required to provide an enhanced DBS Disclosure, Don’t worry if you have criminal record as this will not be an automatic bar to employment, every case will be individually assessed. Disclosure expenses will be met by employer.

    Job Ref: OACP/

    Work Location: West Oxfordshire

    Salary Details: 15,834.00

    Job Term: Permanent

    Appointment Type: Full Time

    Hours: 37.5

    Closing Date: 28 Nov 2017

  • Social Care Worker – Kidlington

    With Choice Care Group

    15,834.00

    Closing Date: 28 Nov 2017

    More Details

    Company Name: Choice Care Group

    Nature of the Company: Choice Ltd began delivering services to people with learning disabilities and complex needs in 1992. We later acquired two further residential support companies (Truecare Group Ltd and Orchard End Ltd) and a supported living provider, called Excel Support Services. Collectively, we now work as one group, known as the Choice Care Group.

    Our services

    Choice Care Group has evolved to become a leading provider in the delivery of both residential and supported living services for people with learning disabilities and mental health conditions, with a particular specialism in working with individuals who have highly complex needs or have a history of being a risk to themselves or others. A high proportion of the people we support are also on the autism spectrum.

    Responsibilities: •Are you Passionate about working with people?***
    •Can you think on your toes?* *
    •Would you like to be part of a dynamic team?* *
    •Would you like to help people celebrate their success’s each and every day?*

    Gosford House is a large, detached house in Kidlington, Oxfordshire providing support for eight individuals over the age of 16 with autism, severe to moderate learning disabilities and complex needs.

    As a Social Care Worker you will be supporting adults with learning disabilities and complex needs in a residential care environment, providing a high standard of care and support. You don’t have to have experience or qualifications as we provide full training.

    If you feel you have the unique qualities required for this exciting role and want to work with an organisation that provides the type of care you’d expect for your loved ones, we would welcome your application.


    Benefits: What we are offering;

    20 Days Annual Leave (Plus Bank Holidays)

    Excellent Promotional Opportunities

    Brilliant Management Development Programmes

    Employee Assistance Programme – Pension Scheme

    Wellness Bonus – Introduce a Friend Bonus

    Discounts on Park Holidays, Gala Bingo, Perkbox and Many More!

    Successful applicants will be required to provide an enhanced DBS Disclosure, Don’t worry if you have criminal record as this will not be an automatic bar to employment, every case will be individually assessed. Disclosure expenses will be met by employer.

    Job Ref: OACP/

    Work Location: West Oxfordshire

    Salary Details: 15,834.00

    Job Term: Permanent

    Appointment Type: Full Time,Part Time

    Hours: 37.5

    Closing Date: 28 Nov 2017

  • Night Social Care Worker – Didcot

    With Choice Care Group

    15,304.00

    Closing Date: 28 Nov 2017

    More Details

    Company Name: Choice Care Group

    Nature of the Company:

    Choice Care Group has evolved to become a leading provider in the delivery of both residential and supported living services for people with learning disabilities and mental health conditions, with a particular specialism in working with individuals who have highly complex needs or have a history of being a risk to themselves

    Responsibilities: •Are you Passionate about working with people?***
    •Can you think on your toes?* *
    •Would you like to be part of a dynamic team?* *
    •Would you like to help people celebrate their success’s each and every day?*



    As a Night Social Care Worker you will be supporting adults with learning disabilities and complex needs in a residential care environment, providing a high standard of care and support. You don’t have to have experience or qualifications as we provide full training.

    If you feel you have the unique qualities required for this exciting role and want to work with an organisation that provides the type of care you’d expect for your loved ones, we would welcome your application.

    Benefits: What we are offering;

    20 Days Annual Leave (Plus Bank Holidays)

    Excellent Promotional Opportunities

    Brilliant Management Development Programmes

    Employee Assistance Programme – Pension Scheme

    Wellness Bonus – Introduce a Friend Bonus

    Discounts on Park Holidays, Gala Bingo, Perkbox and Many More!

    Successful applicants will be required to provide an enhanced DBS Disclosure, Don’t worry if you have criminal record as this will not be an automatic bar to employment, every case will be individually assessed. Disclosure expenses will be met by employer.


    Job Ref: OACP/

    Work Location: South Oxfordshire

    Salary Details: 15,304.00

    Job Term: Permanent

    Appointment Type: Full Time,Part Time

    Hours: 37.5

    Closing Date: 28 Nov 2017

  • Bank (Casual) Support Workers

    £7.60 - £8.35 p/h dependent on qualifications and experience + extra payments for sleep ins

    Closing Date: 30 Nov 2017

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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: £7.60 - £8.35 p/h dependent on qualifications and experience + extra payments for sleep ins

    Job Term: Temporary

    Appointment Type: Bank,Part Time

    Hours: Various flexible hours

    Closing Date: 30 Nov 2017

  • Support Workers – Various surrounding areas

    £15,294 - £17,195 pa pro rata (£7.82 - £8.79 p/h) + benefits + extra payments for sleep ins

    Closing Date: 30 Nov 2017

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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: £15,294 - £17,195 pa pro rata (£7.82 - £8.79 p/h) + benefits + extra payments for sleep ins

    Job Term: Permanent

    Appointment Type: Full Time,Part Time

    Hours: Various

    Closing Date: 30 Nov 2017

  • 1st Homecare logo

    Community Nurse

    £216 per shift Monday to Friday, £248.40 per shift on Saturdays, £300 on Sundays

    Closing Date: 30 Nov 2017

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    Company Name: 1st Homecare

    Nature of the Company: The company was formed in Leighton Buzzard in January 2010 and gained CQC accreditation in June 2010.
    Our carers are not ‘just carers’. They are often the only people our clients see all day.
    As one client said ‘They always arrive with a smile on their faces and bring life to what otherwise are often long and empty days’.

    Responsibilities: The care is provided by a close-knit team of nurses who work closely with the family to ensure that the young lady receives the best quality care and enjoys time with her family and out in the community attending activities.

    This is a fantastic opportunity to enable the successful nurse to provide excellent one to one holistic care for the client getting to know and understand her and what she enjoys.

    Benefits: We offer excellent career progression opportunities. structured training and development and a competitive pay and rewards structure.
    We offer work which is paid on an hourly basis and we have some work which is paid according to the shift worked.
    We have introduced an auto enrolment pension scheme in accordance with recent Government legislation.
    We provide uniform, ID badges and name badges free of charge.
    We provide flexible working whereby, with adequate notice, you can change your availability according to changes in your own circumstances.

    Training is a key part of what we provide – all carers new to care are given a four day induction course with annual refresher training where appropriate. In addition we will encourage all staff to train for a professionally recognised qualification (such as Level 2, 3 and 5 Diploma in Health and Social Care).
    We pay our carers during training. Our senior carers will keep a close eye on you and give you plenty on-the-job training as required. Monthly spot checks, quarterly supervisions and annual appraisals are all keys ways in which we can ensure that your career is progressing in the right direction.
    Referral bonus – we offer £100 to any carer who introduces a new carer to the company plus another £100 if the new carer stays with us 6 months or more.
    We pay on a monthly basis (either 4 or 5 weeks) with payments directly into your Bank account.
    Holiday pay is calculated according to your monthly earnings and is separately disclosed on your payslip so that you know exactly how much is owed to you from one month to the next.
    We offer childcare vouchers to help with childcare
    We also offer store discounts as part of ‘My Work life Solutions’ programme which provide up to 10% discounts on many major stores.

    Experience: The success candidate / nurse will need to have a minimum of 5 years post registration experience a current NMC registration and previous experience in care of a client with:
    - A Tracheostomy
    - Medication management for a client with brittle asthma
    - NG tube feeding
    - Oxygen
    Nursing Care is provided by way of two 12 hour shifts per day with hand-overs at 8am and 8pm every day.

    Job Ref: OACP/ 1st homecare Community Nurse

    Work Location: Oxford city

    Salary Details: £216 per shift Monday to Friday, £248.40 per shift on Saturdays, £300 on Sundays

    Job Term: Permanent

    Appointment Type: Part Time

    Hours: Thursdays 8 am to 8pm and Saturdays 8am to 8pm with additional hours to cover annual leave

    Closing Date: 30 Nov 2017

  • Autism Support Worker

    £8.57 ph / £17,824 pa (dependent on experience and increasing with enhancements)

    Closing Date: 30 Nov 2017

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    Company Name: Autism at Kingwood

    Nature of the Company: Kingwood has an excellent reputation as a specialist support provider of services for people with autism and learning disabilities or Asperger Syndrome and mental health.
    Our aim is to support adults to develop new skills and live independently both at home and in the community.

    Responsibilities: Job Purpose
    - To work with staff and people we support within the philosophy, procedures and established ethos of Kingwood.
    - To work alongside people we support to enable individuals to participate in society through a lifestyle based on personal choice and to work in a way that is respectful to them and to place their needs at the centre of all work undertaken.
    - To contribute to the planning, implementation, review and ongoing development of the service.edication.

    Benefits: If you come to work for Kingwood you will get:
    - Kingwood funded transferable DBS check
    - Amazing benefits including holiday and sick pay
    - Excellent career development programme
    - Flexible hours are available and drivers preferred
    - Travel time and mileage paid where applicable
    - Refer a friend incentive scheme

    Experience: Essential experience includes:
    - Experience and/or understanding of the needs of people with learning disabilities, autism and those who have challenging and/or mental health needs.
    - Understanding of people's general healthcare needs and how these affect a person's overall well being.
    - Experience of working to policies, procedures and directions.
    - Understanding of how people with learning disabilities choose to communicate their needs, preferences and frustrations.
    - Experience of administering medication.

    Job Ref: OACP/ Kingwood Support Worker

    Work Location: Cherwell

    Salary Details: £8.57 ph / £17,824 pa (dependent on experience and increasing with enhancements)

    Job Term: Permanent

    Appointment Type: Full Time,Part Time

    Hours: Full-time/ Part-time available

    Closing Date: 30 Nov 2017

  • Care Assistant – Oxford City – £16.50ph

    With Oxford Private Care

    £12.00 - £16.50 ph

    Closing Date: 30 Nov 2017

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    Company Name: Oxford Private Care

    Nature of the Company: Oxford Private Care is a leading provider of home care services in Oxfordshire. Providing high quality care services for the elderly and dependent individuals. We aspire to offer a professional and value-for-money care service

    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.

    Responsibilities: We are looking for;

    - Compassionate, caring, flexible, reliable individuals
    - Able to work at our busiest times, early mornings, evenings and alternate weekends, either full or part time.
    - Drivers with access to a vehicle (must have valid driving license)
    - No previous experience necessary as full training given

    The Community Carer role will combine both personal and domestic care duties with the objective of helping our service users to take care of themselves at home, and wherever possible, to restore them to full independence. Many of our service users are elderly and may have one or more of the following: learning disability, mental health issues, physical disability, sensory impairment, dementia including Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s disease etc.
    Community Carers must therefore be prepared to work in an unsupervised situation and be prepared to give attention to the needs of the service user as well as the performance of practical tasks.

    Benefits: We can offer a variety of pay options

    - Hourly pay, Weekday £11 p/h, Weekend £12 p/h, Bank holiday £15 p/h
    - Enhanced rates for NVQ/QCF level 2 and above
    - Guaranteed hours for full and part-time positions
    - Salary
    - Company car for selected roles

    In addition we

    - 39p mileage
    - 28 days paid holiday
    - Pension contribution
    - 6 days initial training plus shadowing
    - Free uniform
    - Free DBS (CRB) check
    - Support to complete NVQ in health and social care
    - Experienced and supportive management and on call team
    - Work clustered efficiently
    - Promotion and progression opportunities
    - Ongoing training and supervision
    - Full training for new carers

    Job Ref: OACP/OPCO1411

    Work Location: Oxford city

    Salary Details: £12.00 - £16.50 ph

    Job Term: Permanent

    Hours: 07:00 - 14:00 & 15:00 - 22:00

    Closing Date: 30 Nov 2017

  • Care Assistant – Didcot – £15.00ph

    With Oxford Private Care

    £11.00 - £15.00

    Closing Date: 30 Nov 2017

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    Company Name: Oxford Private Care

    Nature of the Company: Oxford Private Care is a leading provider of home care services in Oxfordshire. Providing high quality care services for the elderly and dependent individuals. We aspire to offer a professional and value-for-money care service

    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.

    Responsibilities: We are looking for;

    - Compassionate, caring, flexible, reliable individuals
    - Able to work at our busiest times, early mornings, evenings and alternate weekends, either full or part time.
    - Drivers with access to a vehicle (must have valid driving license)
    - No previous experience necessary as full training given

    The Community Carer role will combine both personal and domestic care duties with the objective of helping our service users to take care of themselves at home, and wherever possible, to restore them to full independence. Many of our service users are elderly and may have one or more of the following: learning disability, mental health issues, physical disability, sensory impairment, dementia including Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s disease etc.
    Community Carers must therefore be prepared to work in an unsupervised situation and be prepared to give attention to the needs of the service user as well as the performance of practical tasks.

    Benefits: We can offer a variety of pay options

    - Hourly pay, Weekday £11 p/h, Weekend £12 p/h, Bank holiday £15 p/h
    - Enhanced rates for NVQ/QCF level 2 and above
    - Guaranteed hours for full and part-time positions
    - Salary
    - Company car for selected roles

    In addition we

    - 39p mileage
    - 28 days paid holiday
    - Pension contribution
    - 6 days initial training plus shadowing
    - Free uniform
    - Free DBS (CRB) check
    - Support to complete NVQ in health and social care
    - Experienced and supportive management and on call team
    - Work clustered efficiently
    - Promotion and progression opportunities
    - Ongoing training and supervision
    - Full training for new carers

    Job Ref: OACP/OPCD1411

    Work Location: South Oxfordshire

    Salary Details: £11.00 - £15.00

    Job Term: Permanent

    Hours: 07:00 - 14:00 & 15:00 - 22:00

    Closing Date: 30 Nov 2017

  • Care Assistant – Abingdon – £15.00ph

    With Oxford Private Care

    £11.00 - £15.00

    Closing Date: 30 Nov 2017

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    Company Name: Oxford Private Care

    Nature of the Company: Oxford Private Care is a leading provider of home care services in Oxfordshire. Providing high quality care services for the elderly and dependent individuals. We aspire to offer a professional and value-for-money care service

    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.

    Responsibilities: We are looking for;

    - Compassionate, caring, flexible, reliable individuals
    - Able to work at our busiest times, early mornings, evenings and alternate weekends, either full or part time.
    - Drivers with access to a vehicle (must have valid driving license)
    - No previous experience necessary as full training given

    The Community Carer role will combine both personal and domestic care duties with the objective of helping our service users to take care of themselves at home, and wherever possible, to restore them to full independence. Many of our service users are elderly and may have one or more of the following: learning disability, mental health issues, physical disability, sensory impairment, dementia including Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s disease etc.
    Community Carers must therefore be prepared to work in an unsupervised situation and be prepared to give attention to the needs of the service user as well as the performance of practical tasks.

    Benefits: We can offer a variety of pay options

    - Hourly pay, Weekday £11 p/h, Weekend £12 p/h, Bank holiday £15 p/h
    - Enhanced rates for NVQ/QCF level 2 and above
    - Guaranteed hours for full and part-time positions
    - Salary
    - Company car for selected roles

    In addition we

    - 39p mileage
    - 28 days paid holiday
    - Pension contribution
    - 6 days initial training plus shadowing
    - Free uniform
    - Free DBS (CRB) check
    - Support to complete NVQ in health and social care
    - Experienced and supportive management and on call team
    - Work clustered efficiently
    - Promotion and progression opportunities
    - Ongoing training and supervision
    - Full training for new carers

    Job Ref: OACP/OPCA1411

    Work Location: South Oxfordshire,Vale of Oxfordshire

    Salary Details: £11.00 - £15.00

    Job Term: Permanent

    Hours: 07:00 - 14:00 & 15:00 - 22:00

    Closing Date: 30 Nov 2017

  • Care Assistant – Wallingford – £15.00ph

    With Oxford Private Care

    £11.00 - £15.00

    Closing Date: 30 Nov 2017

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    Company Name: Oxford Private Care

    Nature of the Company: Oxford Private Care is a leading provider of home care services in Oxfordshire. Providing high quality care services for the elderly and dependent individuals. We aspire to offer a professional and value-for-money care service

    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.

    Responsibilities: We are looking for;

    - Compassionate, caring, flexible, reliable individuals
    - Able to work at our busiest times, early mornings, evenings and alternate weekends, either full or part time.
    - Drivers with access to a vehicle (must have valid driving license)
    - No previous experience necessary as full training given

    The Community Carer role will combine both personal and domestic care duties with the objective of helping our service users to take care of themselves at home, and wherever possible, to restore them to full independence. Many of our service users are elderly and may have one or more of the following: learning disability, mental health issues, physical disability, sensory impairment, dementia including Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s disease etc.
    Community Carers must therefore be prepared to work in an unsupervised situation and be prepared to give attention to the needs of the service user as well as the performance of practical tasks

    Benefits: We can offer a variety of pay options

    - Hourly pay, Weekday £11 p/h, Weekend £12 p/h, Bank holiday £15 p/h
    - Enhanced rates for NVQ/QCF level 2 and above
    - Guaranteed hours for full and part-time positions
    - Salary
    - Company car for selected roles

    In addition we

    - 39p mileage
    - 28 days paid holiday
    - Pension contribution
    - 6 days initial training plus shadowing
    - Free uniform
    - Free DBS (CRB) check
    - Support to complete NVQ in health and social care
    - Experienced and supportive management and on call team
    - Work clustered efficiently
    - Promotion and progression opportunities
    - Ongoing training and supervision
    - Full training for new carers

    Job Ref: OACP/OPCW1411

    Work Location: South Oxfordshire

    Salary Details: £11.00 - £15.00

    Job Term: Permanent

    Hours: 07:00 - 14:00 & 15:00 - 22:00

    Closing Date: 30 Nov 2017

  • Acacia Lodge Care Home

    Care staff

    £8.20 - 9.50 ph

    Closing Date: 01 Dec 2017

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    Company Name: Acacia Lodge Care Home

    Nature of the Company: Everyone that works here including the chef, nurses, carers, cleaners and programme directors, embodies our mission statement which is
    “To improve and make a difference to the lives we touch through the delivery of high quality health-care and a deep sense of compassion”.

    Responsibilities: You will be dedicated and passionate about helping others and have a real interest in health and social care and improving the lives of others, the people appointed will be expected to have an understanding of, care and empathy with, the elderly.
    The philosophy of the Home is to provide a friendly, homely atmosphere, where Residents can live as independently as possible within the constraints of their disability. They should be given the opportunity to make informed choices about their personal care.

    Benefits: The benefits we offer to care assistants/healthcare assistants are:
    - varied shift pattern to suit part-time – 6 or 12 hour shifts;
    - 28 days holiday including bank holidays which is pro rata on part time;
    - pension scheme;
    - loyalty bonus, staff referral scheme;
    - subsidised meals;
    - free car parking;
    - enhanced bank holiday rate.

    Experience: Our care assistants are valued members of our care team, working with other carers and nursing staff to provide a high standard of person centred care for the Residents in their charge. This role will appeal to staff who have worked in care, support workers, healthcare, care givers.

    Job Ref: OACP/ Acacia Lodge care staff

    Work Location: South Oxfordshire

    Salary Details: £8.20 - 9.50 ph

    Job Term: Permanent

    Appointment Type: Bank,Full Time,Part Time

    Hours: Various options available

    Closing Date: 01 Dec 2017

  • Affinity Trust

    Support Worker

    £8.32 ph

    Closing Date: 04 Dec 2017

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    Company Name: Affinity Trust

    Nature of the Company: Be the difference, change lives! If you would like a fulfilling and flexible career that will make a difference to people, read on…

    Here at Affinity Trust, we are dedicated to support people with learning disabilities to live the lives they want to. We are a national charity providing person-centred support across the whole of England and Scotland. We are extremely proud to have been doing this for the last 25 years during which time we have empowered thousands of people to meet their aspirations and goals in life, and to live as independently as they wish.

    Our mission is to enable people with learning disabilities to pursue active and fulfilling lives, gain increased independence and achieve equal rights as citizens.

    Responsibilities: You will play a key role in enabling the people we support to carry out all aspects of their everyday life.
    No two days are every the same and it’s that variety our teams love and that motivates them to treat every day as a new opportunity.
    To learn more about what the role can entail please read our Recruitment Brochure

    Benefits: As well as knowing that what you do is making a positive difference to people’s lives, we offer a comprehensive benefits package as follows:
    - 28 days paid holiday per year (Inc. bank holidays & increasing to 33 days with length of service)*
    - Competitive pension scheme (we will match contributions up to 6%)
    - Childcare vouchers
    - Employee Assistance programme (a 24 hr helpline to support you through any of life’s issues or problems along with access to an online wellbeing portal)
    - Occupational Health support
    - Fantastic training and development tailored to support you as an individual
    - Paid for DBS (Disclosure and Barring Service)
    - Refer a friend scheme *pro rata for part time staff

    Experience: On a daily basis we empower people to meet their aspirations and goals in life, and to live as independently as they wish.

    You will be supporting people with profound and multiple Learning disabilities who may also have additional health needs, experience sensory loss or have physical disabilities. As part of your role you will be supporting people with full and sometimes intimate personal care, so we are looking for people who are able to demonstrate dignity and respect for the individuals they are supporting, whilst promoting independence.

    You will need to have excellent communication and be able to use a range of skills to support people who may have little or no verbal communication, to enable them to actively participate in choices about their life.

    You will need to work flexibly and participate in shift work, including weekends and Bank holidays. You may also be required to undertake some sleep in shifts, as part of your rota and for which we pay an additional rate, per night

    The people you will be supporting enjoy taking part in a variety of activities and hobbies including Swimming, Music, Walks, Cinema and days out and you will be supporting them to access these as well as looking for other opportunities people may like to try.

    Some of the people we support may at times show that they are unhappy through their behaviour. This can be a way for them to control their environment when they are unable to communicate their hopes, needs and fears. You will work as part of a team to support them to make structured changes to their life to achieve a positive outcome.

    We always base our support on the specific needs, choices and aspirations of the individual following our principles of person-centred support.

    Job Ref: OACP/ Affinity Trust Support Worker

    Work Location: South Oxfordshire

    Salary Details: £8.32 ph

    Job Term: Permanent

    Appointment Type: Full Time

    Hours: 37.5

    Closing Date: 04 Dec 2017

    Further Details: We genuinely believe that if you have a positive attitude and values that align with our own we can train you on the rest!
    All of our Support Workers are dedicated to bringing our values to life every single day:
    Committed to doing our very best for the people we support and never giving up on someone we support
    Reliable and always do what we say we will do
    Honest & Open in all of our relationships and transactions
    Respectful of others, their views and their rights
    Inclusive in how we value diversity, support equality of access to opportunities and challenge discrimination
    Creative & flexible in our thinking, in our work and in how we use our resources

  • With Caremark (West Oxfordshire and Cherwell) Ltd

    £10.00 - £15.50ph

    Closing Date: 10 Dec 2017

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    Company Name: Caremark

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

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

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

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

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

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

    Benefits: Guaranteed Hours, Full Time and Part time hours available.
    Hourly pay:
    Mon- Fri days £10.00ph, evenings £10.50ph.
    Weekend days £11.00ph, evenings 11.50ph.
    Bank Holiday £15.50ph

    Experience:

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

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

    Job Ref: OACP/Caremark

    Work Location: Cherwell,West Oxfordshire

    Salary Details: £10.00 - £15.50ph

    Job Term: Permanent

    Appointment Type: Full Time,Part Time

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

    Closing Date: 10 Dec 2017

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

  • Lead Support Worker

    £9.00 ph up to £22,311 pa

    Closing Date: 12 Dec 2017

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    Company Name: Dimensions-UK

    Nature of the Company: As one of the country’s largest not-for-profits supporting people with learning disabilities, autism, challenging behaviour and complex needs, we are driven by our values. People with learning disabilities and their families are at the heart of everything we do and we want every person we support to have a great life, with excellent outcomes.

    Responsibilities: This exciting position is for a short break service, for which no two days are the same. The service can support up to 5 individuals over night, we offer a range of activities both in service and in the community. These vary from days out, trips to the cinema, socialising with local services and developing independence in service. There’s a separate bedroom for Support Workers who are required to stay overnight; and you’ll be part of a team that works flexibly on a rota. The location is easily accessible by public transport and has parking available for those Support Workers who work nights.

    Benefits: As well as competitive pay and job satisfaction you’ll also benefit from:
    - 30 days’ annual leave entitlement, pro-rata, (including bank holidays), rising to a maximum of 35 days
    - pensions, including a money purchase scheme with employee and employer contribution
    - discounts and cashback on high street and online shopping through Rewarding Dimensions
    - non-taxable and NI exempt childcare vouchers for working parents
    - free access to the Employee Assistance Programme with a 24/7 helpline for advice and support, also available to partners and immediate family
    - recognition and financial bonus every five years through our Long Service Awards
    - opportunity to purchase Simply Health, a discounted health and dental cover scheme
    - death in service payment for a nominated beneficiary under Life Assurance
    - bike to work scheme and season ticket loans
    - £200 recommend a friend scheme
    - 50% contribution to the cost of learning to drive, subject to meeting operational and staffing criteria.

    Experience: Are you experienced in supporting adults with learning disabilities? Join an innovative team where you can lead by example, enjoying an excellent training programme, strong career progression - and deliver outstanding support through the unique ‘Activate’ model, proven to make a measurable difference to people’s lives and your professional satisfaction.

    Special Requirements: Dimensions are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of the people we support. An enhanced DBS disclosure will be required for this role, the cost of which will be incurred by Dimensions. Candidates will be required to provide evidence of their identity and eligibility to work in the UK.
    We welcome applications from everyone and value diversity in our workforce. As users of the disability confident scheme, we guarantee to interview all disabled applicants who meet the minimum criteria for the vacancy - Dimensions has been awarded this symbol by Jobcentre Plus to recognise our commitment towards the employment, retention, training and career development of disabled employees.

    Job Ref: OACP/ D000855

    Work Location: South Oxfordshire

    Salary Details: £9.00 ph up to £22,311 pa

    Job Term: Permanent

    Appointment Type: Full Time

    Hours: 37.5

    Closing Date: 12 Dec 2017

  • Sleep in Relief Support Worker

    £7.50 - £7.91 ph

    Closing Date: 12 Dec 2017

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    Company Name: Dimensions-UK

    Nature of the Company: As one of the country’s largest not-for-profits supporting people with learning disabilities, autism, challenging behaviour and complex needs, we are driven by our values. People with learning disabilities and their families are at the heart of everything we do and we want every person we support to have a great life, with excellent outcomes.

    Responsibilities: You will be expected to assist the people we support in the following ways:
    - You should involve the people we support in the planning of their support. This includes developing and delivering their support plan, and reviewing the support they receive against the Dimensions values.
    - You will support people to find opportunities in education, employment and leisure, and enable them to take part in these opportunities.
    - You will help the people we support to manage their own money.
    - You will support people with their day to day travel arrangements and holidays as required.
    - You will need to support people with their personal and intimate care as required.
    This includes bathing, toileting, dressing and supporting people to eat.
    - If required you will support and record the administering of medication.
    - You will help the people we support to shop for things they wish to buy including their clothes and food, and to prepare their meals as required.
    - You will help the people we support to do their housework, including cleaning and laundry.
    - You will be expected to work in a supportive manner with colleagues, families and external parties, building trust by being open and honest.
    - You will have to keep some written records, using IT systems as required to help you, including support plans, financial info and health and safety records.
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    In additional to the above a Relief Support Worker is expected to:
    - Communicate your availability via the Dimensions portal and respond to calls and texts to offer you shift and work shifts you have committed to undertake.
    - You will travel to services for shifts within a reasonable distance from your home.
    - Complete all of required training either by E Learning or attending courses and ensure all training is complete prior to working any shifts.
    - Adhere to our policies, procedures and standards as published. Keep information about the people we support, colleagues and the company confidential.

    Benefits: As well as competitive pay and job satisfaction you’ll also benefit from:
    - 30 days’ annual leave entitlement, pro-rata, (including bank holidays), rising to a maximum of 35 days
    - pensions, including a money purchase scheme with employee and employer contribution
    - discounts and cashback on high street and online shopping through Rewarding Dimensions
    - non-taxable and NI exempt childcare vouchers for working parents
    - free access to the Employee Assistance Programme with a 24/7 helpline for advice and support, also available to partners and immediate family
    - recognition and financial bonus every five years through our Long Service Awards
    - opportunity to purchase Simply Health, a discounted health and dental cover scheme
    - death in service payment for a nominated beneficiary under Life Assurance
    - bike to work scheme and season ticket loans
    - £200 recommend a friend scheme
    - 50% contribution to the cost of learning to drive, subject to meeting operational and staffing criteria.

    Experience: Ambition
    Commitment to Dimensions value base and the continuous improvement of services.
    Motivating and enabling skills, for example, ability to assist the person we support in making informed choices.
    Able to listen to the people we support and demonstrate an understanding of what they are communicating.

    Courage
    Able to challenge poor practice and implement improvements.
    Working with people requiring support in a paid or voluntary capacity.
    Working with people with a learning disability and/or communication difficulties.
    Working with people who require additional support because of behaviour that is challenging.
    Knowledge of the physical, emotional, intellectual and leisure needs and rights of people with learning disabilities.

    Integrity
    Able to demonstrate a positive image of people with learning disabilities.
    Able to communicate clearly, adapting what they say and how they say it so that each person can understand.
    Can exercise confidentiality when dealing with vulnerable adults, for example, financial and personal details.

    Partnership
    Demonstrate an understanding of the varying needs and requirements of people with disabilities.
    Ability to develop positive working relationships with those involved with Dimensions – including those we support, families, carers, internal colleagues and external agencies.
    Ability to work as part of a team.

    Respect
    Understanding of and commitment to Equal Opportunities Essential Shortlisting,
    Able to work flexibly and to respond effectively to changes in the workload and the needs of the people we support.
    Demonstrates an understanding of Dimensions’ core values i.e. treating all people with dignity and respect.

    Special Requirements: Dimensions are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of the people we support. An enhanced DBS disclosure will be required for this role, the cost of which will be incurred by Dimensions. Candidates will be required to provide evidence of their identity and eligibility to work in the UK.
    We welcome applications from everyone and value diversity in our workforce. As users of the disability confident scheme, we guarantee to interview all disabled applicants who meet the minimum criteria for the vacancy - Dimensions has been awarded this symbol by Jobcentre Plus to recognise our commitment towards the employment, retention, training and career development of disabled employees.

    Job Ref: OACP/ D000854

    Work Location: South Oxfordshire

    Salary Details: £7.50 - £7.91 ph

    Job Term: Permanent

    Appointment Type: Bank

    Hours: Relief

    Closing Date: 12 Dec 2017

  • Support Worker

    £8.15 ph up to £17,147 pa

    Closing Date: 12 Dec 2017

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    Company Name: Dimensions-UK

    Nature of the Company: As one of the country’s largest not-for-profits supporting people with learning disabilities, autism, challenging behaviour and complex needs, we are driven by our values. People with learning disabilities and their families are at the heart of everything we do and we want every person we support to have a great life, with excellent outcomes.

    Responsibilities: This exciting position is for a short break service, for which no two days are the same. The service can support up to 5 individuals over night, we offer a range of activities both in service and in the community. These vary from days out, trips to the cinema, socialising with local services and developing independence in service. There’s a separate bedroom for Support Workers who are required to stay overnight; and you’ll be part of a team that works flexibly on a rota. The location is easily accessible by public transport and has parking available for those Support Workers who work nights.

    Benefits: As well as competitive pay and job satisfaction you’ll also benefit from:
    - 30 days’ annual leave entitlement, pro-rata, (including bank holidays), rising to a maximum of 35 days
    - pensions, including a money purchase scheme with employee and employer contribution
    - discounts and cashback on high street and online shopping through Rewarding Dimensions
    - non-taxable and NI exempt childcare vouchers for working parents
    - free access to the Employee Assistance Programme with a 24/7 helpline for advice and support, also available to partners and immediate family
    - recognition and financial bonus every five years through our Long Service Awards
    - opportunity to purchase Simply Health, a discounted health and dental cover scheme
    - death in service payment for a nominated beneficiary under Life Assurance
    - bike to work scheme and season ticket loans
    - £200 recommend a friend scheme
    - 50% contribution to the cost of learning to drive, subject to meeting operational and staffing criteria.

    Experience: Are you experienced in supporting adults with learning disabilities? Join an innovative team where you can lead by example, enjoying an excellent training programme, strong career progression - and deliver outstanding support through the unique ‘Activate’ model, proven to make a measurable difference to people’s lives and your professional satisfaction.

    Special Requirements: Dimensions are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of the people we support. An enhanced DBS disclosure will be required for this role, the cost of which will be incurred by Dimensions. Candidates will be required to provide evidence of their identity and eligibility to work in the UK.
    We welcome applications from everyone and value diversity in our workforce. As users of the disability confident scheme, we guarantee to interview all disabled applicants who meet the minimum criteria for the vacancy - Dimensions has been awarded this symbol by Jobcentre Plus to recognise our commitment towards the employment, retention, training and career development of disabled employees.

    Job Ref: OACP/ D000853

    Work Location: South Oxfordshire

    Salary Details: £8.15 ph up to £17,147 pa

    Job Term: Permanent

    Appointment Type: Part Time

    Hours: Part-time

    Closing Date: 12 Dec 2017

  • Support Worker

    With Hft

    £8.03 - £8.47 per hour (dependent on probation & qualifications)

    Closing Date: 15 Dec 2017

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    Company Name: HF Trust Limited

    Nature of the Company: Hft is a national charity that supports adults with learning disabilities across England. It can be a hugely rewarding job that provides the opportunity to make noticeable differences in the day to day lives of people who require support to live more independently.

    Our staff teams support people to live the best life possible. If you’d like the opportunity to make a real and positive difference to someone’s life every day, then you’re in the right place.

    We provide flexible shift patterns, a good pay package, pension, holidays, excellent training opportunities to enable you to grow in this career.

    Responsibilities: As a Support Worker at Hft you get to work in a varied and rewarding role and get to make a real difference to people’s everyday lives. You will be enabling people to have fun doing the things that they love to do.

    The purpose of the role is to give the highest possible standards of support to individuals with moderate to severe learning disabilities, in all aspects of their daily lives. You will be supporting people to:

    •build their confidence
    •feel secure in their surroundings
    •be more independent
    •enable them to make as many choices as possible
    •gain confidence to develop their interests
    •achieve their personal goals
    •reach their potential

    These are the qualities and behaviours that Hft support staff must have.

    1. Communication – we need people who
    • Like being around people.
    • Value input from others.
    • Are good listeners.
    • Are willing to try new approaches.
    • Are able to communicate using a range of methods.
    • Communicate openly with people.
    • Articulate views with passion and understanding.
    • Speak clearly using positive, simple, straight forward language.
    • Articulate how they feel.

    2. Respect – we need people who
    • Value the views of others.
    • Are kind and thoughtful to others.
    • Have a positive outlook.
    • Are tolerant of people who have different views.
    • See the person first not the disability.
    • Respect others point of view.
    • Are well-mannered and polite to everyone they come into contact with.
    • Tackle issues with a positive frame of mind.
    • Work at a pace comfortable to the person they are supporting.

    3. Cares About – we need people who
    • Have a desire to be part of the social care world.
    • Are enthusiastic about supporting people.
    • Are patient with people.
    • Behave in a person centred way.
    • Are interested in the people they support.

    4. Creative Thinking – we need people who
    • Have a ‘can do’ attitude.
    • Think imaginatively.
    • Communicate positively with people using a range of methods.
    • Are enthusiastic.
    • Use their initiative.
    • Present themselves confidently.
    • Freely express their views and asks questions.

    5. Person Centred ‘must haves’ – we need people who
    • Are able to understand and support complex health needs
    • Are willing to support at times some complex personal care needs
    • Will be able to motivate others
    • Use their initiative
    • Be able to provide creative solutions alongside the people we support


    A full UK or EU driver’s licence is desirable but not essential.

    Benefits: Salaries and premiums

    We pay competitive rates for our sector and regularly monitor local market information to help ensure we continue to be as competitive as we can. We pay extra if you work on a bank holiday, and we’re also campaigning for the sector to be better funded, to help ensure that people working in learning disability services continue to be paid fairly for the exceptional work they do.

    Pension

    As an employee, you can join our pension scheme from day one of your employment with us. It’s available to all new starters (subject to you meeting eligibility criteria), and Hft will match employee contributions up to a total of 4%, helping your retirement savings pot to grow.

    28 days’ leave

    Hft employees receive at least 28 days’ leave (including bank holidays) pro rata for people who work part time.

    Access to an industry-leading training and development programme

    As an Hft employee, you’ll be supported to receive all of the training and development you need to excel as a support worker. This includes a comprehensive induction, access to e-learning, coaching, and face to face training. As Hft is a Skills for Care Endorsed Provider, you can be confident that the training you’ll receive is among the best in the sector.

    Our Investors in People Silver award highlights the value that our staff give to our learning and development programme.

    Life Assurance

    Hft provides free life assurance for all employees under the age of 65 for the duration of your employment with Hft. If the worst happens, your beneficiary will receive a pay-out equivalent to three times your annual contracted salary at the date of death.

    Childcare vouchers

    If you have children, you can opt to take up to £243 of your monthly pay as Childcare vouchers instead, helping to keep your childcare costs down by saving you tax and National Insurance contributions.

    Family-friendly policies

    We appreciate the importance of getting the work/life balance right, which is why we’ve introduced a range of family-friendly policies intended to make your life easier. These range from Parental leave, to consideration of flexible working arrangements such as job sharing where possible.

    Staff rewards

    We hold an annual awards ceremony that celebrates and showcases the very best examples of how people have used the Fusion Model of Support to achieve great outcomes for the people we support. The Fusion Awards, as they’re known, are popular with employees and help us share best practice and creative ideas across the charity

    We also give Gem awards in the form of gift vouchers when people go the extra mile. It’s Hft’s way of rewarding you when you make an extra special contribution.

    A confidential employee helpline

    All Hft employees have access to Health Assured’s independent helpline service, which is free for employees whenever they need it. The service’s experienced, professional counsellors can help with a wide range of personal and work related problems at any time of the day or night.

    Discounted pay monthly mobile phone contracts

    As an Hft employee, you’ll be able to take advantage of Vodafone’s Employee Advantage programme, giving you up to 30% off of up to six pay monthly contracts – share with your family and friends!

    Discounted meals out

    If you like eating out, you’ll be pleased to hear that twice a year, Hft employees are offered the chance to pick up a tastecard at a reduced rate, giving them access to 50% off or 2 for 1 meal deals at thousands of restaurants across the UK.


    Experience: Experience isn’t essential to become a Support Worker: what’s most important is having the right values and attitudes, knowledge and confidence and a commitment to supporting people with learning disabilities to get the most out of life.

    We provide fantastic training opportunities, through a comprehensive induction, mandatory training and training specific to the individuals we support. We also encourage and support staff through the Health and Social Care Diploma, so if you are looking for a start or change of career this is the place!

    Special Requirements: In our houses we operate a shift system which may include split-shifts, evenings, weekends, bank holidays and occasional sleep-in duties. You may also be required to accompany people we support on their holidays. For bank holidays and sleep- in duties, enhanced payments are applied to your hourly rate.

    We have various working patterns and hours available. The Flexible Support Day Centre opens from 9.30am – 3pm, therefore core hours of work will usually encompass these times. Some evenings and the occasional weekend may also be required so we are looking for people who are able to be flexible with the hours they are able to work.

    Successful applicants will need to undertake an enhanced disclosure check against the Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS). Having a criminal record may not bar you from employment.

    Job Ref: OACP/

    Work Location: South Oxfordshire

    Salary Details: £8.03 - £8.47 per hour (dependent on probation & qualifications)

    Job Term: Permanent

    Appointment Type: Full Time,Part Time

    Hours: Full time/Part time

    Closing Date: 15 Dec 2017

  • Relief Support Worker

    With Hft

    £8.58 per hour (including 12.07% payment in lieu of holidays)

    Closing Date: 15 Dec 2017

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    Company Name: HF Trust Limited

    Nature of the Company: Hft is a national charity that supports adults with learning disabilities across England. It can be a hugely rewarding job that provides the opportunity to make noticeable differences in the day to day lives of people who require support to live more independently.

    Our staff teams support people to live the best life possible. If you’d like the opportunity to make a real and positive difference to someone’s life every day, then you’re in the right place.


    Responsibilities: Would you like to choose work hours to fit around family life, study or other commitments?

    We are looking for caring and enthusiastic individuals to join us as relief support workers covering staff absences.

    We have a range of vacancies in and surrounding areas of Oxfordshire.

    The purpose of the role is to give the highest possible standards of support to individuals with moderate to severe learning disabilities, in all aspects of their daily lives. You will be supporting people to:
    •build their confidence
    •feel secure in their surroundings
    •be more independent
    •enable them to make as many choices as possible
    •gain confidence to develop their interests
    •achieve their personal goals
    •reach their potential

    Benefits: Various working hours to choose from, to suit your needs

    Excellent training opportunities

    Experience: To be a successful Relief Worker having the right values and attitudes is more important than experience. Experience isn’t essential but you should possess the knowledge and confidence to enable people to live a more fulfilling and independent life. We provide fantastic training opportunities, through a comprehensive induction, mandatory training and training specific to the individuals we support.

    Special Requirements: You will ideally hold a full UK / EU driver’s licence

    Job Ref: OACP/

    Work Location: South Oxfordshire

    Salary Details: £8.58 per hour (including 12.07% payment in lieu of holidays)

    Job Term: Temporary

    Appointment Type: Bank

    Hours: Various

    Closing Date: 15 Dec 2017

  • Support Workers

    £10.50/hour

    Closing Date: 18 Dec 2017

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    Company Name: YoungDementia UK

    Nature of the Company: An award-winning charity established in 1998, YoungDementia UK supports working-age people with dementia to live well. We provide face to face support services for the individual and their family in Oxfordshire, email and phone support to families beyond the county and we have recently established the Young Dementia Network to improve the lives of people affected by young onset dementia nationally

    Responsibilities: YoungDementia UK support workers are special people. They provide individually tailored support sessions to people aged under 65 who are living with dementia. Helping them adapt to the challenges their condition brings, maintain their independence, experience new things and continue to take part in activities and interests they enjoy.

    We are looking for people who are calm, flexible and reliable to join our team. People who can empathise with the difficulties a diagnosis at a younger age brings and who can have a positive impact in a person’s life. Support workers also host groups for people with young onset dementia with different social and creative activities.

    Benefits: Job type – part-time/permanent/flexible hours

    Experience: Induction, on-going training and supervision are provided.

    YoungDementia UK team work from home bases, utilising an cloud-based office and you will need broadband and a laptop/PC and be reasonably confident and competent with e-communication – support is provided.

    Job Ref: OACP/

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

    Salary Details: £10.50/hour

    Job Term: Permanent

    Appointment Type: Part Time

    Hours: Minimum 21 hours/week plus variable hours to be negotiated

    Closing Date: 18 Dec 2017

    Further Details: For application pack please email [email protected]
    Please note we do not accept CVs
    Interview date Tuesday 9 January 2018

  • Trust on tap logo

    Live in Carer

    With TrustonTap Ltd

    £611pw

    Closing Date: 20 Dec 2017

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    Company Name: TrustonTap

    Nature of the Company: Live in Care

    Responsibilities: Excellent values and attitude, showing kindness and compassion.

    Benefits: Excellent rates of pay.

    Experience: Yes

    Special Requirements: No

    Job Ref: OACP/

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

    Salary Details: £611pw

    Job Term: Permanent

    Appointment Type: Bank,Full Time,Part Time

    Hours: Full Time

    Closing Date: 20 Dec 2017

  • Trust on tap logo

    Support Worker/Personal Assistant

    With TrustonTap Ltd

    £10-£15 per hour

    Closing Date: 20 Dec 2017

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    Company Name: TrustonTap

    Nature of the Company: TrustonTap helps older people in Oxfordshire live happily and independently at home with all the care and support they need provided by local, trusted and affordable care and support on tap.

    Responsibilities: Looking for self-employed individuals with excellent values and attitude. Roles include Personal Care and Live-in Care

    Benefits: Flexible working hours in your local area with excellent pay

    Experience: Yes

    Job Ref: OACP/

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

    Salary Details: £10-£15 per hour

    Job Term: Temporary

    Appointment Type: Bank,Full Time,Part Time

    Hours: Flexible

    Closing Date: 20 Dec 2017

  • Goldsmith Care Agency

    Community Support Worker

    Extremely competitive rates of pay

    Closing Date: 23 Dec 2017

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    Company Name: Goldsmith Personnel Ltd (Oxfordshire)

    Nature of the Company: Goldsmith Personnel are a local friendly community care agency looking for responsible and caring people to deliver care services in and around the Banbury and Chipping Norton area to adults over the age of 18yrs old who are in need of support to remain in their own homes. CQC Rating – Good.

    Responsibilities: Candidates must be caring, compassionate, patient and understanding, if you believe you have these qualities we would like to hear from you.

    Benefits: Extremely competitive rates of pay are offered along with paid holiday time and enhancements on weekends and Bank Holidays.

    Experience: No experience is necessary as full training is given,

    Special Requirements: Car drivers are essential and we can offer a car lease scheme for anyone who does not have access to their own car.

    Job Ref: OACP/ Goldsmith

    Work Location: Cherwell

    Salary Details: Extremely competitive rates of pay

    Job Term: Permanent

    Appointment Type: Bank,Full Time,Part Time

    Hours: Full time and part time hours are available between 7am and 10pm each day

    Closing Date: 23 Dec 2017

  • Oxford Health Support Workers

    £15,404 - £22,683 pa pro rata (£7.88 - £11.60 p/h) + benefits

    Closing Date: 24 Dec 2017

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    Company Name: Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust

    Nature of the Company: Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust provides physical, mental health and social care for people of all ages across Oxfordshire, Buckinghamshire, Swindon, Wiltshire, Bath and North East Somerset. Our services are delivered at community bases, hospitals, clinics and people’s homes. We focus on delivering care as close to home as possible.

    Responsibilities: Discover rewarding roles supporting individuals with medical, surgical, mental health or learning disability needs in all aspects of care and daily life, and help them to increase their independence.
    The NHS supports people who live in their own homes and those who are admitted to hospital. You’ll support people at home with everyday tasks, for example cooking, cleaning, and managing their medication. For ward-based roles, you’ll support the care of people in hospital with their recovery to enable them to return home as soon as possible. Many people require support with their personal care and mobility, both at home and in hospital.

    Benefits: Full training is provided for both community and hospital based roles, as well as support to gain professional qualifications if you wish to do so. The NHS offers 24/7 shifts and flexible working options.

    The NHS also offers a range of additional benefits such as childcare vouchers, a cycle to work scheme and housing and travel benefits.
    There are also a range of businesses that provide exclusive discounts to NHS staff, such as fitness, health and beauty, play schemes and holiday parks, restaurants, social activities, online shopping discounts and more.

    Experience: You’ll need to be compassionate and able to adapt your approach to individual needs. Good communication skills, time management, patience and a positive, friendly outlook are essential.

    Special Requirements: Successful applicants will require an enhanced DBS check.
    Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust is an Equal Opportunities employers and welcome applicants from all sections of the community.

    Job Ref: OACP/ Oxford Health

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

    Salary Details: £15,404 - £22,683 pa pro rata (£7.88 - £11.60 p/h) + benefits

    Job Term: Permanent

    Appointment Type: Bank,Full Time,Part Time

    Hours: Various options available including flexible working

    Closing Date: 24 Dec 2017

    Further Details: To find NHS care worker roles, please click the ‘visit providers website’ button below and apply the following filters on the NHS jobs website:
    - AfC pay band: 2, 3 & 4;
    - Staff group: Additional Clinical Services.
    For specific closing dates, see individual job adverts on NHS Jobs.

  • Oxford University Hospitals Support Workers

    £15,404 - £22,683 pa pro rata (£7.88 - £11.60 p/h) + benefits

    Closing Date: 24 Dec 2017

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    Company Name: Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

    Nature of the Company: Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust is one of the largest NHS teaching Trusts in the country. One of five UK Biomedical Research Centres, the organisation provides a wide range of general and specialist clinical services and is a centre for medical education, training and research.
    The Trust comprises of four hospitals - the John Radcliffe Hospital, Churchill Hospital and Nuffield Orthopaedic Centre in Headington and the Horton Hospital in Banbury. We recruit nursing assistants and care support staff to work within wards, operating theatres and outpatient areas, satellite clinics at locations around the county, and also Reablement Support Workers to work as part of a large team providing care and reablement support to patients and clients in their own homes.

    Responsibilities: Discover rewarding roles supporting individuals with medical, surgical, mental health or learning disability needs in all aspects of care and daily life, and help them to increase their independence.
    The NHS supports people who live in their own homes and those who are admitted to hospital. You’ll support people at home with everyday tasks, for example cooking, cleaning, and managing their medication. For ward-based roles, you’ll support the care of people in hospital with their recovery to enable them to return home as soon as possible. Many people require support with their personal care and mobility, both at home and in hospital.

    Benefits: Full training is provided for both community and hospital based roles, as well as support to gain professional qualifications if you wish to do so. The NHS offers 24/7 shifts and flexible working options. The NHS also offers a range of additional benefits such as childcare vouchers, a cycle to work scheme and housing and travel benefits. There are also a range of businesses that provide exclusive discounts to NHS staff, such as fitness, health and beauty, play schemes and holiday parks, restaurants, social activities, online shopping discounts and more.

    Experience: You’ll need to be compassionate and able to adapt your approach to individual needs. Good communication skills, time management, patience and a positive, friendly outlook are essential.

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

    Job Ref: OACP/ OUH

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

    Salary Details: £15,404 - £22,683 pa pro rata (£7.88 - £11.60 p/h) + benefits

    Job Term: Permanent

    Appointment Type: Bank,Full Time,Part Time

    Hours: Various options available including flexible working

    Closing Date: 24 Dec 2017

    Further Details: To find NHS care worker roles, please click the ‘visit providers website’ button below and apply the following filters on the NHS jobs website:
    - AfC pay band: 2, 3 & 4;
    - Staff group: Additional Clinical Services.
    For specific closing dates, see individual job adverts on NHS Jobs.

  • Camden Society logo

    Support Worker

    With The Camden Society

    £15,860 pa FTE / £8.13 per hour

    Closing Date: 31 Dec 2017

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    Company Name: The Camden Society

    Nature of the Company: The Camden Society tailors support to the needs and aspirations of each person. We provide a diverse range of services to people with a learning disability and autistic spectrum conditions across London and Oxfordshire.

    Working for The Camden Society is not just a job.
    You’ll become an advocate, a job coach, a supporter, an expert, a team player; you’ll know when to sit and listen, and when to stand and act. With your help, we can continue to support people to live the lives they choose.

    Responsibilities: Each day is challenging and rewarding, and no two days are the same!
    You will work with people, together with their family, friends and other professionals, to support them exactly as they choose.

    Whether you are supporting someone with their benefits, enabling someone to go on holiday or chatting about what’s important to them over shared coffee, you will be part of a team that works together to make a difference to people’s lives.

    As a Support Worker you will support people to:
    • Gain skills and independence
    • keep in touch with family and friends
    • Look after their health and wellbeing
    • Manage their own home




    Benefits: • A supportive team & on-going opportunities for personal and professional development
    • 33 days annual leave allowance, including Bank Holidays
    • Flexible working opportunities
    • Company pension scheme
    • Childcare vouchers
    • Life assurance scheme
    • Occupational maternity, paternity and adoption leave pay
    • Introduce a Friend Scheme - receive a thank you of £200, paid upon completion of their 6 month review
    • Access to an Employee Assistance Programme with a 24/7 helpline for advice and support

    Experience: We look for people who are open and inclusive and share our values, who can use their existing skills and experience to develop a career in social care.
    We provide a full induction and training programme to help you to develop in your role. We will support you to achieve the nationally recognised Care Certificate standard.
    The core skills required are
    • Good communication
    • Team working
    • Problem solving
    • Personal budgeting
    • Ability to ‘think on your feet’
    • Flexibility
    • Respectful of people’s choices
    • Reliable & trustworthy.

    Special Requirements: The role of a Support Worker involves working flexibly, including evenings, weekends and Bank Holidays.

    Job Ref: OACP/

    Work Location: Cherwell,Oxford city,West Oxfordshire

    Salary Details: £15,860 pa FTE / £8.13 per hour

    Job Term: Permanent

    Appointment Type: Bank,Full Time,Part Time

    Hours: Various

    Closing Date: 31 Dec 2017

  • Support Worker – Apply by 24/12/2017 to receive £250 when you start!

    With Style Acre

    £8.31 to £9.22

    Closing Date: 31 Dec 2017

    More Details

    Company Name: Style Acre

    Nature of the Company: Style Acre is a vibrant, award winning and forward looking charity supporting adults with learning disabilities and complex physical needs. Style Acre values its staff and ensures that they are equipped for the jobs we need them to do. We consider our staff to be one of our strongest assets and offer competitive rates of pay dependent on experience and qualifications, 5% pension contribution and induction and training programmes appropriate to the role.

    Responsibilities: PRINCIPAL RESPONSIBILITIES :

    Communicate clearly with people using a method (words, signs, pictures etc.) of the persons choice.
    Help the people we support to maintain and increase their independence.
    Empowering people to try new things.
    Help with daily care: personal care, healthy diet and housework etc.
    Understand the needs, wishes and dreams of people and support them accordingly through person-centred planning.
    Include the community in the lives of people we support by ensuring they stay in touch with families and friends, meet new people and lead full lives.
    Adhere to all company policies, procedures and organisational guidelines and work within the philosophy and core values of Style Acre

    Benefits: What we have to offer:

    - We provide free comprehensive ongoing training so experience is not essential
    - We have great opportunities for career development with our management training programmes and Senior Support Worker roles
    - Hourly rates from £8.31 per hour to £9.22 per hour
    - £68 per night additional pay for responsive nights
    - Employee benefits package with Perkbox
    - 5% Employer Pension Contribution
    - 30 days annual leave (including bank holidays) for full time and pro-rata for part time
    - Recommend a friend scheme

    Experience: No experience necessary as full training will be provided

    Special Requirements: We have vacancies in Wantage, Didcot, Abingdon, Wallingford and Henley on Thames

    Job Ref: OACP/

    Work Location: South Oxfordshire

    Salary Details: £8.31 to £9.22

    Job Term: Permanent

    Appointment Type: Full Time,Part Time

    Hours: 14-36

    Closing Date: 31 Dec 2017

    Extra Benefits: Perkbox/5% Pension Contribution/£68 per night for Responsive Nights

  • Domiciliary Carer

    With Caretree Ltd

    £8.80 - £11.00 hr

    Closing Date: 31 Dec 2017

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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: 31 Dec 2017

    Extra Benefits: Pension

  • Care Assistant

    With Life Carers Ltd

    Up to £20 per hour

    Closing Date: 31 Dec 2017

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    Company Name: LifeCarers

    Nature of the Company: LifeCarers is a private home care company providing friendly and dependable care support to individuals and their families in their own home. We are helping clients to maintain a dignified and independent lifestyle.

    Responsibilities: LifeCarers are currently looking for Full time staff to support clients in Witney and surrounding areas.

    LifeCarers is a local business with strong family values. We look after our care assistants.
    So we guarantee hours , minimise driving , pay travel time. Plus you get your birthday off every year, so you get to spend more time with YOUR family!

    Interested?

    If you want to spend your day in a rewarding role helping in your local community, look no further.

    If you drive, have a friendly, positive outlook on life we would like to hear from you.

    Contact Charlotte in our Recruitment Team now on 01993 835 099

    Benefits: We offer:

    £8.50 probation rate; £9 post-probation
    £10 per hour every day after 7pm
    Guaranteed contracted hours giving you peace of mind
    Paid Travel time between client visits
    Enhancement on Bank Holidays
    An extra day off for your Birthday!
    Two-week induction training and mentoring programme for which you are paid to attend
    Support to complete NVQs in Health & Social care

    Experience: Please do not worry if it’s your first time in care, you will be supported every step of the way.

    Job Ref: OACP/WIT

    Work Location: West Oxfordshire

    Salary Details: Up to £20 per hour

    Job Term: Permanent

    Appointment Type: Full Time,Part Time

    Hours: Flexible

    Closing Date: 31 Dec 2017

  • Care Assistant

    With Life Carers Ltd

    Up to £13.50 per hour

    Closing Date: 31 Dec 2017

    More Details

    Company Name: LifeCarers

    Nature of the Company: LifeCarers is a private home care company providing friendly and dependable care support to individuals and their families in their own home. We are helping clients to maintain a dignified and independent lifestyle

    Responsibilities: LifeCarers are currently looking Full time and Part time staff to support clients in Banbury and surrounding areas.

    LifeCarers is a local business with strong family values. We look after our care assistants. So, we guarantee hours , minimise driving , pay travel time. Plus, you get your birthday off every year, so you get to spend more time with YOUR family!

    Interested?

    If you want to spend your day in a rewarding role helping in your local community, look no further.

    If you drive, have a friendly, positive outlook on life we would like to hear from you.

    Contact Charlotte in our Recruitment Team now on 01295 675071

    Benefits: We offer:

    £8.50 probation rate; £9 post-probation
    Guaranteed contracted hours giving you peace of mind
    Paid Travel time between client visits
    Enhancement on Bank Holidays
    An extra day off for your Birthday!
    Two-week induction training and mentoring programme for which you are paid to attend
    Support to complete NVQs in Health & Social care

    Experience: Please do not worry if it’s your first time in care, you will be supported every step of the way.

    Job Ref: OACP/Banbury

    Work Location: Cherwell

    Salary Details: Up to £13.50 per hour

    Job Term: Permanent

    Appointment Type: Full Time,Part Time

    Hours: Flexible

    Closing Date: 31 Dec 2017

  • Care Assistant

    With Life Carers Ltd

    Up to £13.50 per hour

    Closing Date: 31 Dec 2017

    More Details

    Company Name: LifeCarers

    Nature of the Company: LifeCarers is a private home care company providing friendly and dependable care support to individuals and their families in their own home. We are helping clients to maintain a dignified and independent lifestyle.

    Responsibilities: LifeCarers are currently looking for part time staff to support clients in Bicester and surrounding areas.

    LifeCarers is a local business with strong family values. We look after our care assistants.

    So, we guarantee hours , minimise driving , pay travel time. Plus, you get your birthday off every year, so you get to spend more time with YOUR family!

    Interested?

    If you want to spend your day in a rewarding role helping in your local community, look no further.

    If you drive, have a friendly, positive outlook on life we would like to hear from you.

    Contact Charlotte in our Recruitment Team now on 01295 675071

    Benefits: We offer:

    £8.50 probation rate; £9 post-probation
    Guaranteed contracted hours giving you peace of mind
    Paid Travel time between client visits
    Enhancement on Bank Holidays
    An extra day off for your Birthday!
    Two-week induction training and mentoring programme for which you are paid to attend
    Support to complete NVQs in Health & Social care

    Special Requirements:
    Please do not worry if it’s your first time in care, you will be supported every step of the way.

    Job Ref: OACP/BIC

    Work Location: Cherwell

    Salary Details: Up to £13.50 per hour

    Job Term: Permanent

    Hours: Flexible

    Closing Date: 31 Dec 2017

  • Full and part-time Carer

    With Countywide Caring Ltd

    Flexible

    Closing Date: 31 Jan 2018

    More Details

    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

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