The Oxfordshire Safeguarding Adults Board (OSAB) is a strategic partnership bringing together organisations to oversee and lead adult safeguarding across Oxfordshire. This includes the safety of patients in its local health services, the quality of local care and support services and awareness and responsiveness of further education services.
OSAB has a vision for Oxfordshire:
“Oxfordshire is a place where safeguarding is everyone’s responsibility, where the OSAB partners work together to recognise and prevent abuse so that adults at risk from harm feel safe and empowered to make their own life decisions.”
The OSAB is supported by a busy, expanding team that supports the strategic partnership, its subgroups and its members on a range of work and has the following vacancies:
The closing date for all roles is Sunday 30th January. For further information about any of the roles or to apply for them, please click on the job title hyperlink. For an informal discussion about the role, please contact Steve Turner on email@example.com to arrange a chat.