Female personal assistants for part/full time live-out role in Liverpool centre (£12.50)

Relaible & Punctual?

The work

There are 3 posts available, with both part-time and full-time positions available to candidates. Various positions available offering between 10 and 35 hours per week working as part of a care team to support a tetraplegic man with a spinal injury in his own home. 

You will enable him to prepare for the day ahead and provide assistance as required throughout your shift. You will provide support with transfers, personal care, some basic house work, food preparation, administering medication and some clinical tasks, including enema administration.

Experience

Formal experience in care and support is preferred but not essential and other applications will also be considered. You must have common sense, be flexible and committed to your role as a Personal Assistant. Punctuality and reliability are a must.

The hours

A variety of shifts are available between the hours of:

8.00am to 5.30pm Monday to Friday
9.00am to 2.00pm on Saturday and Sunday

You will not be required to work 7 days per week.

Shifts are negotiable at interview. You will be required to take part in an on-call or standby rota, whereby you will provide cover for other members of the team in the expected rare occasions of staff sickness or unforeseen absence. You should also be flexible and willing to cover holidays for the other Personal Assistants in your team.

The employer may occasionally require you to provide support overnight or on a ‘live-in’ basis.  You may also be requested to travel within the UK and overseas with the employer, as this may be required occasionally.

You must be a team player and willing to pick up additional hours occasionally where required. You will receive paid holidays and the opportunity for training relevant to your role, including all aspects of clinical duties, regular competency assessments and ongoing supervision.

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.

Required skills/experience

Formal experience in the Health and Social Care is preferred although other motivated candidates will also be considered

Must be reliable, self-motivated and well organised

  • To communicate effectively with families, colleagues and Health and Social Care professionals
  • Genuine interest in working within a caring environment
  • Excellent team player
  • Independent worker, able to use initiative and self manage time and task
  • Willingness to participate in vocational training programmes

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Please complete the online Application Form quoting job reference JM-IMc

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