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Working for us

Find out more about what it's like to work in TQtwentyone including information on the recruitment process and how we work hard to develop our workforce.
We have an experienced, well trained and highly motivated workforce. Our teams work hard to empower and support service users to be in control of their lives, express their wishes, dreams and aspirations and achieve the life they wish by using flexible, creative, solutions.

We practice robust recruitment procedures, including the meaningful involvement of service users and carers. Our recruitment process ensures staff are safe to practice, share the Trust's RESPECT values and have the personal skills, attributes and vision to enhance the lives of service users.

Read more about the Trust's values, mission and vision.

What happens when staff are appointed?

TQtwentyone staff are appointed on a six month probation period and all newly recruited staff undertake a comprehensive Induction course, in house and on line. Front-line staff also complete the Skills for Care Induction Qualification before their probation period is confirmed.

Once a new member of staff has successfully completed their probation period, their on-going training requirements are directly linked to the personalised support plans of individual service users they support, as well as statutory and mandatory training requirements.

Want to join our team?

Current vacancies in TQtwentyone are advertised on NHS Jobs.

Our Training

We have our own Training Function which delivers and facilitates a very comprehensive specialist training calendar reflecting modern, innovative practice, values and expectations of excellent service delivery. 

The training content of every course is regularly evaluated, updated and adapted to ensure it includes new initiatives, statutory and mandatory changes and meets the learning needs of our staff.

How we will support you

We support our staff to develop their knowledge and skills through the use of regular support and supervision, appraisal and personal development plans which focus on the needs of the people they support.

We also support staff to achieve formal qualifications such as QCF's and Dipolmas and other specific specialist training.

Find out more

Find out more about the training that the Trust offers on the Lifelong learning and personal development pages.

Existing Trust staff can find out more about training on the staff website.

Support Workers

Are you looking for a job supporting people that gives you the flexibility to work hours you choose?

We are looking for enthusiastic people to support adults with learning disabilities, adults with mental health needs, older people across the Hampshire and Oxfordshire areas.

Our services are person centred and work around the needs of the people we support.

A variety of locations and hours are available and can fit in with your personal circumstances, for example you can work weekends or evenings at hours to suit you. We support people in a variety of settings ranging from people’s own homes to small residential settings.

Successful candidates to this position will receive local management support and excellent training packages. 

You do not necessarily need to have previous experience just a genuine interest in helping adults to live a full and independent life. 

TQtwentyone is a leading provider of social care services. More information about the services provided by TQtwentyone can be found on the website.

Informal enquiries are welcome. Please contact the recruitment department on 01329 316432  (answerphone 24 hours)

Jobs in TQtwentyone are also advertised on NHS Jobs.
To search for our vacancies enter Support Worker - TQtwentyone or TQtwentyone into the key words or job reference section and add either Hampshire or Oxfordshire into the Location or Postcode box and click search.
Current vacancies in TQtwentyone

For the latest recruitment vacancies in TQtwentyone please contact 01329 316432.

Our current job vacancies are advertised on the www.jobs.nhs.uk website 

To search for our vacancies enter Support Worker - TQtwentyone
or TQtwentyone
into the keywords or job reference section and add either Hampshire or Oxfordshire into the Location or Postcode box and click search.

We have a range of contracts available from full time, part time, permanent and bank opportunities. 


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We have some unique opportunities for nurses to help shape the future of social care.

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