Senior Managers

Our Executive Leadership Team ensures that Oasis Care and Training Agency’s services are delivered in the most appropriate and efficient manner. Embracing the rigors of modern management; underpinned by competition and innovation they set the standards for an organisation dedicated to delivering excellent care and community provisions. The Executive Leadership Team reports to the Board of Trustees:

Mr. Mohamed Yusuf, Executive Director

After completing BA (hon.) degree in Architecture Mr. Yusuf worked for a number of construction companies as a trainee architect before he turned his attention to the voluntary sector. Mr. Yusuf trained as a project manager and had been instrumental in the re-alignment of the organisation’s work from community support to its present homecare core activity. Mr. Yusuf completed his Masters in management as well as NVQ Level in Care Management. He has been the Executive Director of Oasis for the past 15 years and successfully led the expansion of the organisation. Mr. Yusuf takes pleasure wholeheartedly in his work and says that “working for a charity is very rewarding as we are able to put something back into the community”.

Mr. Rashid Abdullah, Director of Operations & Deputy Executive Director

Mr. Abdullah is a qualified business administrator and accountant with a BSc in Business Accounting and Administration. He worked for number business settings before he joined Oasis in 1996. He initially started as a Care Coordinator and assumed more responsibility as the organisation grew in strength. Mr. Abdullah believes that having worked as a Care Coordinator he had gained vast experience in the field of homecare and community support. He enjoys working with dedicated team and notes that “the most satisfying aspect of my work is the ability to make a difference to the lives of elderly and most vulnerable people in the community”.

Ms. Pam Thompson, Services & Office Director

Pam Thompson is Services and Office Director and manages all administrative aspects of the organisation. Ms Thompson worked for a very large public sector organisation for 20 years before she joined Oasis in 2002. She decided to work locally and was employed by Oasis as an Administrator. Ms. Thompson completed a Certificate in Management in 2005 and progressed to become Office and Service Manager. She was then promoted to Services and Office Director. Ms. Thompson feels that her job in Oasis is quite fulfilling and says that “the most satisfying aspect of my work is being able to give support and help to my colleagues wherever possible to ensure that we work as a team and targets are met”.

Ms. Mariam Mashood, Senior Care Manager

Ms Mashood joined Oasis in 2009 as a Care Manager. After completing her NVQ Level IV and the Registered Care Manager Award in 2002, she decided to change direction from residential care which she had done for more than 14 years. Ms Mashood got experience working with people with Learning Disabilities/ Sensory Impairment, Mental Health difficulties and Older People. Her remits range from day to day dealings with local authorities’ enquiries to customer services and care coordination. As services are slowly moving towards the Personalisation Agenda her role also includes dealing with referrals for individualised budget and ensuring that controls and safeguards are in place for Oasis customers. She feels that “the new transition challenges the traditional ways in which care service have been provided”.

Mr. Mohamoud Ileye, Finance Director

Mr. Mohamoud Ileye joined Oasis in May 2000 as an Outreach Worker. He soon realized that his strength and talent was in finance and after a while was promoted to a Finance Officer and over the years, through training and development, he managed to achieve his goal as Finance Director. Mr. Ileye oversees all the financial aspects of the company strategy in terms of business growth and profitable outcomes. He sees a brighter future for the organisation and says that “I am excited about the future for Oasis and look forward tackling challenges and embracing opportunities”.