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I took on the role of Head Housekeeper which i enjoyed doing, but couldnt get staff to change things

Answered 18 May 2019

Not being listened to, & having so called management discard your feelings then say to another member of staff what you were questioning was none of your f ing business

Answered 15 March 2020

Very open, genuine and down to earth.

Answered by The Orders of St Johns Care Trust6 September 2018

It depends what role you're being interviewed for. On the whole, we'd suggest you dress smartly, but also in clothes you feel comfortable in.

Answered by The Orders of St Johns Care Trust24 May 2017

Again, it depends on what role you’re going for. If it’s a job in one of our homes, you will either have one or two face to face interviews. These could be with the Bursar or Head of Care/Lead Nurse, and then the Home Manager. If you’re interviewing for an office based role, you will usually have a first interview with the hiring manager and if you’re short listed, a further interview the head of that department. If you’re being interviewed for a Home Manager role , or above, there will be two interviews and usually a psychometric assessment.

Typically a first interview will be around your skills and experience and how they fit with the role you’ve applied for. The second interview is another opportunity for us to get to know you better; where we explore how well your values align with the Trust’s core values and our culture, as well as giving you plenty of time to ask us questions too! Our interviews are a two-way process; of course we have to make sure we find the right person, but it’s also an important opportunity for you to get a sense of what the role would be like and also whether you feel OSJCT is a good fit for you.

Answered by The Orders of St Johns Care Trust25 May 2017

The manager is no help at all and alot of bullying goes off and nothing is done about it .

Answered 23 February 2020

Feedback none existent. They pick on the negatives but never praise the positive side of the job.

Answered 11 March 2020
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