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Become a Carer in Oxford

You can play a major role as a carer in Oxford

Oxford has many scholars and not enough policemen, according to Chief Inspector Morse in an episode of the popular television series.

Some would argue that Morse, Lewis, and the young Endeavour are more than enough. Especially as visitors flock to the university city in south central England to tour locations of the classic whodunit storylines.

There are also more than 33,000 students enrolled for full-time studies in the world famous universities.

With so many visitors, scholars, and policemen, it is easy to forget Oxford also has a great many other residents. And, if DCI Morse had dug a bit deeper, he would have realised that what the city actually needs is more carers!

That’s where you and Care Outlook have a major role to play.

As a certified provider of home care services, we manage a network of trusted and skilled carers in the Oxford area who can visit or stay in the home of any person who needs help on a day-to-day basis. 

This level of care ranges from adults with physical or learning disabilities to the elderly. We are specialists in dementia care but our care professionals work with a whole spectrum of clients in Oxford on a daily basis.

Join our care team in Oxford

Our services are accredited by Oxfordshire County Council. They are designed to accommodate essential daily activities, including:

  • Getting in and out of bed.
  • Personal hygiene and grooming.
  • Cooking, cleaning, and other housekeeping jobs.
  • Supervising medication and nutrition.

We’re also currently recruiting Home Care Assistants and Support Workers in Oxford. We are looking for hard-working, enthusiastic, and compassionate carers. The duties include: 

  • Providing a high quality of care in the comfort of people’s homes. The aim is to provide support with daily activities using a person-centred approach and to preserve independence and dignity.
  • Assisting elderly and vulnerable adults with personal care including washing, dressing, medication, toileting, and meal preparation.
  • Assisting with domestic care including shopping, laundry, and light housework.
  • Providing emotional support.


To join our care team in Oxford you should be caring, kind, and enthusiastic. It’s important that you are 100% committed to helping improve the quality of life of vulnerable people.

Some care-based experience is preferable but not essential. Full training is provided. You will also benefit from outstanding career development opportunities with continuous support.

If you are interested in joining us, more details can be found here.

  • The county council has a vision for thriving communities for everyone in Oxfordshire.
  • They want it to be a place where people want to live and work and be part of something different.
  • This vision is very much aligned to our own objectives at Care Outlook.

It includes:

Protecting everyone from abuse and neglect.

Enabling older and disabled people to live independently.

  • Caring for those in greatest need.
  • Helping people live safe, healthy lives, and play an active part in their community.


You, too, can play a major role in the vision for Oxfordshire by providing a high level of care for people in need. Problem solved, Chief Inspector Morse!

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