Female Care Assistants REF - LTA/KB Ref:3005978

Female Personal Care Assistants required near Dingle, Liverpool (LTA/KB)

Personal Assistants support people to live well. They provide the right support at the right time to help others to live their best lives. If you are looking for a rewarding role in health & social care, this could be for you!

The job:
A young lady requires 2:1 support with personal care and her morning routine in her own home, with a focus on encouraging and maintaining her independence. We are looking for applicants to make up a small team of PAs that will be dedicated to this young lady.

The right person:
Do you have experience of working with individuals with learning disabilities, autism and challenging behaviour? Do you have a friendly and caring nature with the ability to have a calming influence on others? If so, we want to hear from you!
You must have clear spoken English and be an excellent communicator.
It is preferable that you can drive and have a vehicle to use for work purposes, as further hours may become available for additional areas of support, however this is not essential.

The hours:
Support is required as follows:

Monday to Friday 6.30am to 8.00am
Saturday and Sunday - times can be discussed at interview

Please apply if you are able to cover any of these shifts. You will not be required to work 7 days a week.

You should always be willing to work as a team and pick up additional hours and be flexible to cover holidays and times of sickness.

The rates of pay and benefits:
£9.50 per hour

You will receive paid holidays and the opportunity for training relevant to your role.

Successful applicants must be eligible to work in the UK. This post is subject to DBS checks the cost of which will be met by your employer.

Closing date
How to apply
To apply, send your CV to contactus@salvere.co.uk and quote job reference LTA/KB Call us at Salvere on 0300 303 3064 for more information.

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