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Closing Date 31/05/2022
£9.10.23 per hour (Mon-Fri), £11.23 per hour (Sat-Sun)
Location: Spencer Court Care Home, Woodstock, Oxfordshire
Pay rate: Up to £11.23 per hour
Contracted hours: Full or Part time considered.
Shift times: 7:00am – 2:00pm / 2:00pm – 10:00pm
ABOUT THE ROLE
Our Care Assistants make a real difference to our residents every day; whether it’s helping them with their daily routines or personal care, providing companionship or joining in with the vast array of fun activities that take place in our homes, you’ll play a vital role in ensuring they are leading happy and fulfilled lives. You understand that some days might be challenging, but you’ll also laugh, have fun and make lasting memories with our residents. In joining us, you’ll also become part of our extended family. You’ll work alongside other team members who are passionate about providing care, warmth and kindness to all those who live and work in our homes.
If these shift / hours do not suit you, we can also offer hours on a casual basis that give you flexibility and work life balance. Simply let us know what you are looking for when you apply. If you’ve worked in retail, hospitality or within the warehouse industry then this could be suitable for you.
Spencer Court is situated a stone’s throw from historic Blenheim Palace, the birthplace of Sir Winston Churchill, in the charming town of Woodstock. The home offers high-quality and compassionate residential and early-stage dementia care for up to 46 residents in a calm, friendly and comfortable surroundings. We’re rated 9.6 by Carehome.co.uk and Good by the Care Quality Commission.
AND IN RETURN
The Trust is a great place to work; we’ve been providing care for almost 1,000 years and we’re currently the second largest not-for-profit provider in the UK. Not-for-profit means that we reinvest every penny we make into our residents, colleagues and the care homes we live and work in. Therefore, we offer a great range of benefits, including a competitive salary, training and development. Alongside keeping our colleagues safe with PPE and daily testing
Here are some of the other benefits you’ll enjoy as a valued member of our team:
28 days holiday (including Bank Holidays)
If you’ve worked in care before, then that’s great as you’ll have a good idea of what to expect. But if care as a profession is new to you, then don’t worry – we’ll provide all the training you need to start your care journey with us, all delivered in a nurturing, engaging and rewarding environment.
What’s more important to us is that you’re good at communicating with people, you enjoy working as part of a team, you’ll be keen to learn and will want to excel at your job every day.
If you think you have the right skills and attitude to deliver the highest quality of care for our residents as a Care Assistant within our care homes, then you could be the next to join us. So apply and get your career started with us today.
OSJCT is one of the UK’s leading not-for-profit care providers.
Our sole purpose is to provide the best possible care to those who live with us – some of the most vulnerable people in society.
The Trust’s charity status means we are regulated not only by the Care Quality Commission, an independent regulator, but also by the Charities Commission, a government body ensuring that all the Trust does is for public benefit.
It also means that any profit is re-invested in the care we provide, our people who provide it, and in improving our buildings which are our residents’ homes.
We have no shareholders and we pay no dividends. Our only debt is with Barclays Bank, which is located in England where we operate; this debt represents less than one percent of the charity’s annual income.
We are a highly transparent organisation in terms of finances and governance, providing open book accounting to our Local Authorities as a condition of our contracts with them, and an annual report and accounts to the Charity Commission, which is also available on our website.
We believe the sole purpose of care providers should be to provide the best care possible to those that live with us. As a not-for-profit provider, we have the right values, experience, and commitment to be the partner needed by government and by the public, to deliver a social care sector we can all be proud of.
Dan Hayes, Chief Executive
Those who come through our doors are at the heart of everything we do and their well-being is paramount.
Our care is underpinned by the ethos of our sponsoring Orders, The Sovereign and Hospitaller Order of Malta and The Venerable Order of St John of Jerusalem. Drawing on their 1000 year history of care, they nominate volunteer Trustees to help to ensure the quality of our care runs through everything we do.
We pride ourselves on delivering care to the highest standards and truly believe in person-centred care. This equates to learning as much as possible about each individual to deliver tailored care and support to meet particular needs and preferences. An atmosphere of warmth, harmony and understanding along with a consideration for the need for privacy, respect of dignity and freedom of choice are integral to the life and atmosphere we create.
|Care Setting Care / Nursing Home
Contact Email firstname.lastname@example.org
Website URL https://www.osjct.co.uk/job/carer-22872
Closing Date 31/05/2022
|CQC Registered Yes
CQC Location Number
OACP Member Yes
Unique Job Reference 474
Job Filled No