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City of Oxford College is staging a health and social care employability event for people who want to learn more about a career in the care sector.

The event will take place on February 7 between 10.30am and 12.30pm at the college in Oxpens Road, and will be attended by local employers from the health and social care sector who are actively seeking new staff.  

Some of the roles being recruited for, includes porters, orderlies, receptionists, administrators, care professionals, housekeepers and homecare assistants. 

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Those attending will have the opportunity to learn about the various employment opportunities available locally and understand the next steps needed to pursue them. 

The event will feature a line-up of employers, including: 

Sanctuary Care  

Home Instead  

Eleanor Care 

Camden Society 

Order of St Johns 

Blue Bird Care 

Activate Learning Careers.

Claire Golightly, who delivers support to those in work at City of Oxford College said: “This event is a fantastic opportunity for those looking to pursue a career in the health and social care sector.

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“This is a great sector to work in and there will be so many potential employers to meet with and explore the many employment opportunities they have available.”  

To register for the event, please visit this link to book your place at the Health and Social Care Event through Eventbrite. 

This story was written by Andy Ffrench, he joined the team more than 20 years ago and now covers community news across Oxfordshire.

Get in touch with him by emailing: Andy.ffrench@newsquest.co.uk

Follow him on Twitter @OxMailAndyF




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