Our Current Vacancies
Being a carer is one of the most rewarding jobs you can do, you will make a huge difference to someone’s daily life and wellbeing. By becoming a carer in the community, you will be supporting someone to stay comfortably in their own home, where they feel happy and content. Carers deliver much needed help, care, support, companionship and stability, mainly to the elderly but also to younger adults who may need that extra help too.
Do I need qualifications to become a carer? No, all you need is a caring and positive attitude, good communication skills and a big smile. We will train you to do the rest.
Reasons to work for Oxford House
- Flexible working patterns – weekends and evenings are available for those who have children to look after during the day. Early start shifts so you can enjoy your afternoons.
- Paid training and continuous development. We will provide you with opportunities to progress within the company and complete nationally recognised diplomas at different levels.
- We pay 28 day’s holiday (pro rata if part time) and mileage payments of 30 pence per mile. We keep rounds local so that travel time is at a minimum.
- Referral payments and benefit schemes available to all staff. Refer a friend and earn extra money when they start employment. Discounts available on holidays, days out, restaurants, travel and much more.
- An experienced office and area supervisor team who are always there to help and support you.
- A dedicated, caring, professional and experienced Registered Manager who always goes above and beyond for her care team and Service Users.
If you are interested in joining our care team, please take a look at our vacancies and job description below.
- To support our service users with their personal hygiene, these duties include showering, baths, shaving and oral hygiene.
- To support clients with transfers using appropriate equipment.
- To support clients with nutrition and hydration, providing daily meals, support with feeding and following the appropriate risk assessments.
- To support and administer medication as per our policies and procedures.
- To provide domestic support, including housework, laundry, ironing and shopping.
- To provide social care to service users, to include maintaining links with family and friends, paying bills, collecting prescriptions and other social activities.
- To provide general care to service users, to include emergency assistance, promotion of independence and the prevention of loneliness.
- To complete written reports of completed tasks after each visit and/or to affectively use PASS systems to record all observations and medication
- Maintaining confidentiality
- To affectively use Quikplan to log all visits
To discuss the roles in more detail, please contact our friendly team on 01753 645112 | email firstname.lastname@example.org or click on the link below to complete an online form.