The Orders of St John Care Trust (OSJCT) is recruiting compassionate people for a career in care at one of its many care homes in and around Gloucestershire.
Searching for hidden heroes across all sectors, the not-for-profit charitable trust is encouraging those looking for work or tempted by a career change to consider a rewarding role at one of its local care homes.
As well as recruiting for carers and nurses, there are jobs available for:
- cooks and kitchen assistants
- handy people
- admin assistants
- activity co-ordinators
- various managerial positions
Applicants don’t necessarily need to have care qualifications, with OSJCT providing training for all new starters as well as the opportunity for them to work towards their care certificate on the job.
For those who are already experienced in care, OSJCT promises to keep employees up-to-date with best practice and evolving techniques in their field, in addition to offering access to training diplomas with nationally-recognised qualifications, including apprenticeships.
It also offers flexible shifts and enhanced benefits for employees, too.
Staff have access to a range of resources, such as the 24-hour employee assistance programme and rewards scheme, which offers generous retail and leisure discounts for employees.
OSJCT also offers pay enhancements, service-related annual leave, competitive pension schemes, free uniform, DBS checks and PIN registration for nurses.
Not to mention its care homes are vibrant communities, where staff take pride in providing activities, entertainment and delicious meals for residents, liaising with family members and spending time getting to know the residents.
A career in care can be meaningful and rewarding, giving people the chance to make a difference to someone’s day – providing a real sense of achievement that can be hard to match in any other sector.
For more information and to search careers at OSJCT, visit osjct.co.uk/heroes.