As part of National Careers Week, we are showcasing the range of job opportunities we have in a variety of roles – all crucial to the care of our patients in our hospitals and out in the community.

Whether you’re looking for your first job, a new challenge or want return to practice after a career break – we have something for you.

Oxford Health has full time roles and part time ones too, and we aim to offer flexible conditions that fit in with your life.  So, whether you want to help patients or work behind the scenes in a support role, have a conversation with us and register your interest in working with us.

Our vacancies change all the time, so if you can’t see anything that fits the bill, please drop us an email us careers@oxfordhealth.nhs.uk or take a look at our website https://careers.oxfordhealth.nhs.uk/vacancies/ to see what working with us can offer you.

The NHS has 350 different career types on offer. At Oxford Health we provide services to a population of 1.9 million – across Oxfordshire, Buckinghamshire, Wiltshire and Bath & North East Somerset – saving lives and supporting people when they need it the most. Without our brilliant staff this would not be possible.

There are more than 350 career types on offer so there really is something for everyone. These can range from nurses and health visitors to human resources and administration. Many roles are not patient facing, working behind the scenes to support the function of the NHS.

Diane Woodward, project manager for resourcing, attraction and engagement, said: “We care for our patients, saving lives and supporting people when they need it the most. Without the brilliant staff this would not be possible.

“The NHS is a brilliant organisation to work for, mending lives and putting the smile back on people’s faces, we are always there. Apply today, we look forward to welcoming you into our team.”

How do you find the right NHS career?

There is a choice of clinical and non-clinical roles, all with varied responsibilities and requirements. Take time to think about your interest and what suits you best. If you are unsure visit our website to find out more about us. You can view our current vacancies here.

What qualifications will you need?

Every role is different. Numerous roles require a specific training route, ask for academic qualifications and experience. However, we also offer several roles suitable for apprenticeships, conversion courses and on-the-job training.

If you are 16-19 years old and interested in a career in healthcare, see what the Thames Valley Nurse Cadet programme has to offer. Apply by March 15.  New qualified? Our Flyer Programme is here to support you.