Become an hourly care assistant with Oxford Aunts

At Oxford Aunts we have been taking care of everything to ensure that we provide an exceptional service to our community, since 1967. With this in mind, we are continuing to grow our hourly care service in the Oxford area. 

It’s important to us that we provide one of the best benefits packages in the area for our carers.  That’s why we are offering up to 35 hours guaranteed hours contracts, excellent pay rates of £15 per hour, along with paid travel time and mileage between client visits.

I enjoy the variety that every day brings with clients.”

Emma, who is part of our team of hourly carers shares her experience of working with Oxford Aunts.  “The different needs they have and the rewarding feeling I get at the end of a shift knowing I’ve helped them to be more comfortable and independent in their own homes is amazing. I chose Oxford Aunts as they were recommended to me and they have been a great company to work for! They are professional and are always on hand if you need advice and support”. 

Due to the growth of our hourly service, we’re seeking caring individuals that can drive and have at least six months’ professional care experience to join our team.

Why join our team? 

  • We can offer full time, part time, evenings and weekend work
  • Guaranteed hours – options include up to 35 hours guaranteed per week
  • Minimum call time of 1 hour, so you have the time to care for your client
  • Excellent pay rates above the living wage – £15 per hour
  • Paid time and mileage between calls – 45p a mile
  • Receive pay weekly
  • Double pay on bank holidays
  • Free Blue Light Card
  • Access to free ongoing training including diploma in health and social care
  • Employee assistance programme – supporting you in times of need
  • Free enhanced DBS 
  • Access to on call support when you are working

Do you want to join the team?

If you are a caring individual that is looking for a role where you can build lasting relationships, this could be the right place for you. Click here to start your application with our virtual recruitment assistant Max.


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