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Job Overview
  • Company: Caring-People
  • Base Pay: £9.15 - £9.50 /Hour
  • Employee Type: Full-Time
  • Reference ID: Support Worker Hatfield
  • Location: UK-HRT-Hatfield
  • Contact: Ben Lovermore
  • Phone: Apply Now >>
  • Email: Send Email Now
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Support Worker
Job Description
This is to join a very established care team, working for a young gentleman in his 20’s who has a high level spinal cord injury. He lives with his Dad and siblings in a very well adapted property in the Hatfield area.

We are looking for full and part time staff.

Male and female support worker candidates considered.

Applicants MUST hold a full, manual driving licence as the position will involve driving the clients vehicle to hospital appointments and social activities

Shift pattern is a 24 hour shift at a time, which consists of a 16 hour day and 8 hour sleepover – if preferred we could accommodate somebody working 2-3 shifts (i.e. 2-3 days) in a row, but 24 hour stand-alone shifts are also available.

(Note - Full time hours available, however minimum part time contract would be 1 x 24 hour contract per week)

Rate of pay: £9.15 per hour, £40.40 per sleepover

The gentleman would like somebody who can support him in developing his social life and undertaking social activities as well as holidays. He has recently had a high level of sickness in his team and has stressed the importance of the right candidate being flexible and reliable, and able to provide sickness/leave cover. He would like applicants to have a good sense of humour and be fairly outgoing.

He will require personal care, ventilator care at night, some domestic tasks. He is happy for people to have no experience, as he self directs and all specialist training will be provided.


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