Job Ref: AC/KM - Permanent - Location: Chard TA20 - Pay Rate: £11.00 Per Hour - Closing Date: 31st oct

Personal Assistant for an 8year old boy in Chard

Pay: £11.00 

Hours: 

Flexible and shared hours of 6 per week school term and 16 per week school holidays

I am a active 8 year old boy with complex needs consisting of cerebral palsy, epilepsy that is controlled by diet, partially sighted and am globally developmentally delayed. I use a specialised buggy for long trips as I do love being outdoors. I enjoy water, noise that I make and lights. I will need help with personal care and getting out the house.

Duties: 

Hours are flexible if need be and more hours could be had if another care is unable to full fill theirs one week.

Weekend hours are possible but during school term after school activities are preferred. A 3pm til 6pm is standard on a school day.

Holiday hours are likely to be split between Monday, Wednesday and Thursday. Again these are preferred but can be changed around to suit both client and carer.

Essential requirements

You must a driving license and car with business component on the insurance as you may need to use your own car at times such as when/ if picking up from school.

Be happy to share hours with others.

Be happy to work in the clients home as well as outdoors.

Patience and calmness is needed.

Desired experience

Experience with disabled children with learning difficulties preferred.

Someone who sees this as more of a long term job.

PLEASE INCLUDE JOB REF AC/KM IN APPLICATION
To apply for this post, please submit your CV to the following: [email protected]

As part of our Information Advice and Guidance Service, Enham Trust supports disabled people to employ their own staff. This vacancy is not a role within Enham Trust but an excellent opportunity to work directly for one of our customers. A right to work check will be undertaken before an any offer of employment. All vacancies may be subject to a DBS (formally CRB) check.
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