Oasis Community Housing, Southwark North
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As a charity working to empower people and communities, we know the work is challenging but it is also a chance to give something back.
As well as a high level of personal satisfaction, Oasis also offers:
A salary graded using our bespoke job evaluation scheme and salary structure, to ensure fairness and transparency in how we remunerate.
An online induction and training platform with access to a range of web-based and face-to-face training for all employees.
A generous annual leave allowance of 25 days (plus 8 Bank Holidays), rising to 30 after 2 years’ service, and up to 33 after 8 years’ service.
A non-contributory Grouped Personal Pension Scheme – Oasis make a 7% contribution of your gross salary you can choose to contribute personally
Employment policies which reflect the needs of our staff, including flexible working conditions (where possible) and family friendly policies.
Season ticket loans for those who work within the M25 area.
The opportunity to join a cash benefit healthcare scheme for low monthly contributions, which can also cover your partner and children.
A corporate eye-care scheme.
As a charity working to build communities, where everyone is included, makes a contribution and can reach their God-given potential, we recognise that our team is strengthened by the knowledge, experience and insights people from a wide range of backgrounds.
We expect all applicants to show a demonstrable commitment to equality, diversity and inclusion and we encourage applicants from under-represented groups to apply for our roles.
Oasis UK is driven by the passionate belief each human being is uniquely valuable and of equal importance. It informs our inclusive ethos of which we hope is obvious wherever and whenever someone encounters Oasis and permeates through everything we do.
Our five ethos values:
- A passion to include everyone
- A desire to treat everyone equally, respecting differences
- A commitment to healthy and open relationships
- A deep sense of hope that things can change and be transformed
- A sense of perseverance to keep going for the long haul