Askham Careers

Set in the stunning seven acres in Cambridgeshire, Askham Village Community is looking for individuals with a passion for improving people’s quality of life to join the team. 

Askham Village Community is growing the team. We have a range of vacancies available for entry level as well as qualified experienced staff.

Please see below.

Dementia Care Cambrigeshire
Care Staff

Reports to: Lead Nurse and Registered Manager

Hours: Part time or full time available

Salary: Dependent on experience

Care staff are the backbone of much of what we do at Askham and we are looking for naturally caring, compassionate individuals to join the team. We welcome applications from those who are new to care as well as those who bring experience. We will provide training at the outset of your career with us and throughout at our on site training centre. We can support you if you would like to undertake an apprenticeships or other qualification.

Spinal Injury Cambridgeshire
Qualified Speech and Language Therapist

Our Multi Disciplinary Team is looking for a speech and language therapist with experience in supporting those with neurological conditions. This includes experience with the use of communication aids, putting together treatment plans, supporting dysphagia, and experience working with patients who have a tracheostomy.

Reports to: Clinical Lead

Hours: Part time or full time available

Salary: Dependent on experience

Brain Injury Cambrigeshire
Domestic Staff

Reports to: Head of Central Services

Hours: Part time or full time available

Salary: Dependent on experience

Domestic staff are a critical part of the team at Askham. We are looking for diligent individuals with an eye for detail to join our team and ensure that cleanliness standards at Askham are kept at a suitably high level at all times. We offer all required training and support to ensure you are successful in your role.

Brain Injury Cambrigeshire
Qualified Nurse

As a nurse-led rehabilitation unit, Askham Village Community relies on a strong nursing team to ensure that patients experience a rehabilitation environment throughout their time at Askham. You will be in charge of running the floor when you are on shift, including managing a team of care and rehab staff to meet all patient needs. You will be responsibility for quality delivery of the service during your shift and this will include medication administration, patient care, staff support and more. There are opportunities for growth within this role.

The successful candidate will have experience in dealing with neurological conditions, and will be caring, compassionate and have good team work and leadership skills.

Reports to: Registered Manager and Clinical Lead

Hours: Part time or full time. Shifts are 12 hours per shift.

Salary: Dependent on experience

Headway - the brain injury association

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