How to become a carer with OxleyCare
We are always looking for professional, committed and experienced nurses and carers for placements throughout the south of England. At present we are experiencing a strong demand for carers and have long and short-term placements available.
All our carers need to have a current driving licence and be able to cook good food using fresh ingredients and to work to a very high standard. We offer excellent salaries, training, 24-hour support and a long-term commitment incentive. Our above average daily rate of pay is increased proportionately for those who have appropriate qualifications and for those undertaking the care of clients with more complex needs. We also increase the daily fee for everyone working public and bank holidays.
"It's nice to deal with the same people in one office all the time. Like a family. I do feel that you have time for us and work very hard to help clients get what they need, and that's not always easy." J B. Carer
Click the "Application Form" button above for a copy of our application form. Either, print the form off, fill it in and return it by post to the address shown on the application form - or - fill it in on a computer and return it to us as an attachment to an e-mail. We are happy to receive your CV as well as the application form but not instead of it.
If you have any queries, Clair Jones our Care Co-ordinator would be delighted to answer any questions you may have. We have also put together some of the most frequently asked questions that we hope will assist you. Clair can be contacted either by telephone on 01980 846690 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Every carer is supplied with the OxleyCare Handbook which provides guidance on most aspects of care. Our 24-hour helpline offers support and advice from our experienced management team. We offer online training for carers and continually monitor progress. We really look after our carers and many stay with us for years and often recommend their friends. If you are invited for an interview, you will be required to bring with you the following items:
- Evidence of your right to live and work in the UK
- National Insurance Number
- Driving Licence
- Copy of your Birth Certificate
- Copy of your Marriage Certificate (if applicable)
- Bank or Building Society details and a statement less than 3 months old.
- Proof of residence (a utility bill or official letter less than 3 months old)
- Two recent Passport Photographs
- The names of three contactable referees
Please also refer to the DBS website for the documents required to fill in a DBS application.
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