National Careers Week brings new opportunities to #BreakTheBias
International Women’s Day looks to #BreakTheBias during National Careers week – are you starting your career or looking for a new opportunity?
The theme for International Women’s Day 2022 is #BreakTheBias, inspiring everyone to take action to achieve gender equality. A world free of bias, stereotypes, and discrimination, for inclusivity and equality in our communities and workplaces – to celebrate diversity.
Oxford Health employs nearly 7,000 people working across 150 sites in Oxfordshire, Buckinghamshire, Wiltshire and parts of Somerset – there are roles across a variety of departments, clinical and non-clinical, at a range of abilities and levels, and they are open to everyone.
As we mark International Women’s Day, we want to share our vacancies with you to #BreakTheBias – forgetting the stereotypes and taking opportunities, allowing women and girls to follow their interests, flourish in their careers and achieve their goals. You can find all our vacancies on our website here.
If you are a young person just about to start your career, we have three brilliant opportunities for you to join the Oxford Health family on an NHS apprenticeship.
If you are interested in a career in nursing but not sure that university is right for you, kick-start your career as a Nurse Cadet and earn while you learn! #BreakTheBias – university is not for everyone, you can still pursue your interest of becoming a healthcare professional. More information on the nurse cadet role here.
If you are caring, compassionate, motivated and interested in developing your career within the health service join us to train to become a qualified Podiatrist and gain a BSc Hons degree in Podiatry whilst you work. More information here.
Come and start your IT career with us! #BreakTheBias of male dominated industries and do what you love. If that is IT and technology, our Apprenticeship IT Service Desk Analyst could be for you. Find out more here.
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Published: 8 March 2022