Do you want to work in a job where you can
make a positive difference to people’s lives?
Do you want to work in a team that cares as much for each other as the people we support?
Find a job with purpose.
We're recruiting Wellbeing Support Workers in Oxfordshire.
Wellbeing Support Workers do whatever it takes to support people to live well at home and be part of their community. We provide you with all the training you need to support people to make the most of their day - from helping people get up in the morning, taking medication and getting dressed, to getting out and about and doing more of what really matters to them.
Pay: Monthly salary equivalent to £11 per hour, with guaranteed shifts (paid travel time and gaps in between visits).
Workplace: within one of our local community areas: Oxford, Abingdon, Witney or Wantage.
Hours of work: We are flexible. This role can be part-time or full-time, and the hours will be negotiated with successful candidates.
Applicants need to be able to drive and have access to a car.
Wellbeing Support Workers work in small, local, self-managing teams, with paid time for weekly meetings and buddy time to support each other.
COVID-19 RESPONSE: Wellbeing Support Workers make the difference, enabling people to stay safely at home, or have a safe discharge from hospital. We provide full personal protective equipment (PPE), and have strict guidelines to protect both Wellbeing Support Workers and the people we support. All Oxfordshire Wellbeing Support Workers are tested for COVID-19 every week.
"Being part of a small self-managing team has allowed me to connect with my colleagues like family. We have weekly team meetings so we are able to make decisions to ensure we are offering the best support to the people, share ideas, acknowledge things that have worked/haven't worked well and support each other. Assisting people to live out their life choices feels so rewarding as well as carrying out every day essential tasks. I love to make a difference to our elderly community and spread happiness throughout the community." - Gemma, Wellbeing Support Worker
The first step is an informal chat with Mary, Emma or Gemma. Apply for a call today - we are looking forward to speaking to you.
Please remember - you need to be able to drive and have access to a car to apply! Thanks.