At OSJCT we care about our residents and we care about each other. That means you’ll enjoy great career development working for an expanding organisation. Because we’re a not for profit trust, we invest every penny we make in the people who live in our homes and the people who work here too. This means better quality care and lovely homes for our residents, along with competitive wages and great training and development for our people.
We provide outstanding care, working closely with leading experts on dementia and elderly care. And we’re currently modernising our portfolio of care homes – refurbishing our existing homes and moving into new, inspiring, contemporary care homes too.
As we expand nationwide, we need more people with the right mix of skills, passion and ambition to help us grow even more.
Carer - Part time Day Hours available 36hrs/24hrs
Bourne House- Harnham Unit
Rate of Pay:£ 9.25 per hour
What will you be doing?
As Carer you will be working as part of a dedicated team of fully supported staff who have our resident’s emotional and physical wellbeing at the core of all they do. You will show warmth, and compassion to our residents and their families; helping to promote their independence and dignity.
Every day will be different, so you can expect to undertake work that’s as varied as it is rewarding. As a Carer, you’ll help our residents enjoy each day by making sure they get the quality care they deserve. You’ll assist with their daily living, encouraging their participation in meaningful activities as well as providing support and companionship.
What experience do you need?
Due to our strong training team, you do not need to have previous care experience. All we ask for is someone who is compassionate, has a can-do approach and excellent communication skills. Above all, you’ll be passionate about ensuring our residents have received the best care possible.
What will you get in return?
You’ll be working for one of the largest not for profit care providers in the UK. A great advantage of being a large organisation is that we can offer competitive pay, generous benefits and training to reward you for taking such good care of our residents.
Here’s an overview of some of the benefits you could get for working for us
- Company pension
- Company sick pay (after probation)
- Weekend rates
- Life Assurance
- 28 days holiday entitlement (including bank holidays) pro rata
- Free uniform
- Free DBS
- Free car parking
- Employee Assistance Programme and Health and Wellbeing Platform
- Comprehensive Induction, ongoing training and development
- Refer a Friend bonus scheme paying £500 for carer recommendations
- “My Rewards” offering you discount on shopping, days out, restaurants and much more.
Our commitment to be sector-leading in all aspects of safety for our colleagues and residents has ensured that we always have full PPE supplies for all our services. Our early adoption of the vaccine means as a key worker you will have access to personally being vaccinated, alongside ‘instant’ tests, known as Lateral Flow Tests, for every day you work in one of our homes.
We are following the government’s guidelines around our colleagues working in only one care home to limit the spread of infection from one healthcare workplace to another. As a result of this, if you already have another job in another healthcare organisation and you wish to continue working there alongside the Trust, unfortunately we would not be able to progress with your application at this time. However, if you are happy to consider committing to working for us exclusively until the restrictions are lifted we are happy to discuss guaranteeing you the hours you will lose from not being able to work your second job. Or once the restrictions are lifted, please do not hesitate to re-apply for any of our roles that maybe of interest to you then.
This vacancy is closed to applications.