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Oxfordshire Employment

Helping to support people with long term health issues or a disability to keep paid employment.

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2016 awards

Our annual awards scheme.

TV focus

On 7 and 8 April 2016, Oxfordshire Employment was featured on both Radio Oxfordshire and BBC TV South Today – Oxford News. 

The item focused on the success we have had in delivering ‘hosted-out’ placements and is securing people long-term employment in these jobs.  Employment Team Leader Debbie Montgomery said; “Hosting out has been extremely successful and it enables people to get beyond the barriers to secure a long term job.”

Since starting it’s hosting out scheme, Oxfordshire Employment has been 100% successful in turning these opportunities into sustained jobs. 

Oxfordshire Employment is an established leader in helping you to find and remain in employment.

We have teams of dedicated employment advisers located across the county, who can help you to:

  • develop your work skills
  • look for employment
  • get over problems along the way
  • get a job and keep it.

We provide employment support through the government’s Work Choice contract, and are proud that we regularly exceed our targets in terms of helping people achieve and sustain employment.

We also receive funding from various other streams to provide employment support and achieve high levels of success in meeting all our contract targets.

Want to work?

We are funded to offer support to anyone whose disability is preventing them from looking for work.

Speak to your Job Centre Plus Employment adviser about being referred to our service.

Our industry

As well as helping people directly into jobs with a range of employers, we also operate our own industry, County Print Finishers. We offer paid work placements to help develop work skills and experience to prepare you for external employment.


We have built up long term relationships with many local employers, who employ people that we have introduced and supported.  If you would like to find out more about socially responsible employment, please contact us to find out how you can make a difference.


Last reviewed
06 December 2016
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