Please quote Ref: CX162
Location: HU7 area of Hull
Rate of pay: £8.72 per hour
Hours: 8hrs per week – days/times to be agreed at interview
Vacancies: 1
Further information:
A 22-year-old young man in the HU7 area requires a personal assistant.
The young man has Autism and physical health issues, and experiences absence seizures and asthma.
He requires a Personal Assistant to assist with accessing a range of leisure activities such as going to football matches.
Applicants should have a strongly developed sense of social justice in supporting the social inclusion of disabled people in their local community. No experience necessary, but you must be willing to learn about this young man’s needs and the best way to support him

Please Quote Ref: CX208
Location: HU9 area
Rate of Pay: £8.72 per hour
Hours: 10 hours per week
Days: To be agreed.
Vacancies: 1
Further Information: A personal assistant is required for a 25 year old man with autism living in the HU9 area of Hull. This young man is currently supported to attend leisure activities by his parents, with whom his has a very loving supportive relationship. To develop his independence and confidence he is looking for a personal assistant to accompany him to these social activities.
The young man requires support to access social activities such as swimming, trips to the cinema, bowling and trips to the seaside eating out and shopping. He also loves going on walks. He struggles with appropriate communication due to his great sense of humour. This support will enable him to become more independent prevent isolation and improve his life skills he has a passion for computers and gaming as well as Pokémon cards.
He is a charming young man, with a dry sense of humour. He can feel awkward in social situations, and requires a pa who has an understanding of the literal way in which people with autism view the world, and who can communicate with him accordingly.
A car driver is not essential. The rate of pay is £8.72 per hour. 10 hours per week and these will be agreed when appointed. Quote reference number CX 208


A personal assistant is required to support a young man in the HU4 area of the City.
The PA will be required to support the young man to develop independence and social skills. He enjoys activities such as football, bowling, going into town/gym, crazy golf and computer games especially FIFA. He would like to support to engage with his local community to be with his peers.
The young man would like support to work on his independent living skills such as food preparation and budgeting
Knowledge of epilepsy would be useful and awareness of issues around nut allergies, but training can be provided.
Applicants must be honest and trustworthy; calm and fun with a love of all things football. In addition applicants should be good at communicating, and able to build good relationships with people, based on trust and respect.
The applicants must be flexible in their approach to work, and enjoy working in partnership with disabled people and their family. Some weekend work may be required and PA’s need to be flexible and able to stay later in an emergency.
A car driver would be preferred, but this is not essential.
9 hrs are available every 4 weeks.
The Rate of pay is £8.72 per hour.

Quote reference: CX225

 

Please quote ref: – CX322
Location: – HU3 area of Hull
Rate of pay: – £8.72 per hour
Hours/Days: – Saturday daytime, specific times to be agreed at interview.
Further information: –
A Personal Assistant is required for a teenage boy living in the HU3 area of the City. The boy has ADHD and Autism, and can experience anxiety. You will be very aware that he may need reminders about health and safety awareness when he is anxious.
Your role will be to act as a companion and facilitator to enable him to activities he enjoys, such as bowling, going to the cinema, cafes and shopping. You will also encourage his independence in travelling on public transport.
Relevant experience is desirable, however an ability to get along with people, practical life skills and common sense are just as important.
Non- smoker preferred
“Owing to the nature of this position, any offer of employment will be subject to a satisfactory checking report from the Disclosure and Barring Service, the cost of which will be met by the local authority/employer.”

Please Quote Ref: CX450
Location: HU5 area of Hull
Rate of pay: £8.72 per hour
Hours: 3hrs per week
Days: Weekends and school holidays
Vacancies: 1
Further information: A Personal Assistant is required to support an 11yr old boy in the HU5 area of Hull who has Downs Syndrome and is on the Autistic Spectrum. The support is required at weekends and school holidays.
He will need assistance with all aspects of personal care including help with dressing, washing, feeding himself and toileting. He has to wear a nappy and the PA will be required to change him.
The PA will also be required to support the boy through interactive play. He is self-content and does not have tantrums. The job is varied and interesting.
Previous experience of working with young people who are autistic and/or qualification would be an advantage but not essential as all necessary training will be given.
Applicants should have a genuine interest in working with young disabled people, be honest and trustworthy, be good at communicating and be able to build good relationships with young people, based on trust and respect.
The successful applicant will be employed subject to a satisfactory DBS check.
3hrs per week are available to be worked at weekends.
Applicants please quote reference number CX450.

Please quote CX458

6 hours per week are available.
The rate of pay is £8.72 per hour.
A Female Personal Assistant is required to support a 9yr old young lady in the HU7 area of Hull. The young lady and her family require support in the family home to assist with personal care including showering/bathing. The young lady has Dravet Syndrome, a form of epilepsy; knowledge of this condition would be useful, but not essential as relevant training will be provided. Applicants should also have a strongly developed sense of social justice in supporting the social inclusion of young disabled people in their local community. In addition they should be honest, reliable, and good at communicating with young people, tolerant and non-judgemental and able to build good relationships with young people based on trust and respect. Due to the nature of this role including personal care the potential employer will be considering female applicants only for this post in accordance with the provisions of the Occupational Requirement (Equality Act 2010, pursuant to Schedule 9 part 1).

Please Quote Ref: CX536
Location: HU5 area of Hull
Rate of pay: £8.72 per hour
Hours: 3hrs per week, after school and some weekends.
Days: To be agreed with carer
Vacancies: 1

Further information: A Personal Assistant is required to work with an 12year old boy from the HU5 area of Hull who has ADHD and dyslexia and is developmentally delayed.

The PA will be required to accompany him to social activities identified by his carer, such as football, Golf and swimming. He likes to be outside and likes any outdoor activity including water sports, archery, fishing and he may become a scout. He is funny and good company.

This boy will sometimes show impulsive behaviour. He sometimes needs support to take time to reflect and see how he can avoid similar situations arising again.

He needs structure and routine, and clear and consistent approaches. He struggles to concentrate and focus, and sometimes needs prompts and reminders to remain task focused.

He has low self-esteem and needs support to increase his self-awareness so that he can function on a day-to-day basis and fit in with his peers.

A car driver would be preferred and mileage will be refunded.

Please Quote Ref: CX542
Location: HU7 area of Hull
Rate of pay: £8.21 per hour
Hours: 3 per week
Days: Saturdays (time flexible)
Vacancies: 1
Further information:
A Personal Assistant is required to support a teenage girl living in the HU7 area of Hull. She enjoys listening to music, swimming, shopping and going to the cinema. She walks slowly and can only walk short distances before needing to sit and rest.
Your role will be to support her with engaging in social activities within the local area and improving her life skills and development. In particular, you will support her to develop her confidence in using buses.
You will be very aware that this girl has poor awareness of danger and gets easily distracted. You must ensure her health and safety is of paramount importance at all times
Applicants should be good at communicating, and be able to build good relationships with people, based on trust and respect
Experience of supporting young people with autism would be an advantage
Non-smoker preferred

Owing to the nature of this position, any offer of employment will be subject to a satisfactory checking report from the Disclosure and Barring Service, the cost of which will be met by the local authority.

Please Quote Ref: – CX549
Location: HU5 area of Hull
Rate of pay £8.72 per hour
Hours: 12 hours per month
Days: Saturdays/Sundays & to include some evenings and school holidays
Vacancies: 1
Further information
A Personal Assistant with a good sense of humour is required to support a teenage boy living in the HU5 area of the City
Your role will be to support him with engaging in social activities within the local area and improving his life skills and development. The boy enjoys going shopping, to the park, and to the cinema.
An understanding of autism and experience of supporting young people who are autistic would also be an advantage
Driver with own transport preferred but not essential
Non-smoker preferred
There are 12 hours per month, days and times to be negotiated at interview
Owing to the nature of this position, any offer of employment will be subject to a satisfactory checking report from the Disclosure and Barring Service, the cost of which will be met by the local authority.”

Please Quote Ref: Z034
Location: HU3 area of Hull
Rate of pay: £8.72 per hour day hours and £9.40 per hour for night hours.
Hours: up to 13½hrs per week
Days: Various
Vacancies: 2

Further information: Two Personal Assistants (PAs) are required for a gentleman in the HU3 area of Hull. This gentleman is a wheelchair user and needs help with all aspects of his life. This includes all aspects of personal care.
The gentleman does not use speech, but can make his feelings known. He responds well to people who are of a cheerful disposition and involve him in a positive way in what is going on. He likes going out for walks, seeing cars and buses, lively music, and being entertained.
His mum is his main carer and she will guide the PAs in how to assist the gentleman. She will ensure PAs know how to meet the gentleman’s care needs including how to use the hoist that he requires to lift him.
The PAs role falls into two parts, first meeting all aspects of the gentleman’s personal care needs including dressing, washing, toileting and meals, and second, assisting around the house with domestic tasks that the gentleman can not do including laundry and cleaning.
The key qualities for a personal assistant for this gentleman are:

– To be able to work with this gentleman as an individual and be sensitive to his feelings and his likes and dislikes
– To be of a cheerful disposition
– To be able to interact with him and involve him in things that he finds interesting.
– To be ready to learn how he communicates with others.
– To be ready to learn what he finds engaging and entertaining.
– To be able to provide a good quality of physical care for him and to learn about his particular care needs.
– To be reliable and consistent.
– To be able to work closely with his mother and under her direction.

The successful applicant(s) will be employed subject to a DBS check.
“Owing to the nature of this position, any offer of employment will be subject to a satisfactory checking report from the Disclosure and Barring Service, the cost of which will be met by the local authority/employer.”

Location: Hull (HU5)
Rate of pay: £8:72
Hours: 17
Vacancies: 1
Please quote Ref: AX359

Further Information

There is a genuine occupational requirement for a female worker, and therefore only applications from females will be considered*.

A Female Personal Assistant is required for 17 hours per week:
• Tuesday morning – 8am start for 1½ hours
• Tuesday evening – 6.30pm to 10pm
• Wednesday morning – 1½ hours (flexible start between 8 and 9.30 am)
• Friday morning – 8am to 12pm
• Saturday morning call – 1½ hours
• Sunday – 8am to 1pm
This lady is very sociable and is the mother of a young daughter. She requires assistance in all aspects of daily living. The PA would be required to assist this lady with some personal care and therefore only female applicants will be considered.

The PA will also need to support with various domestic routines such as meal preparation, shopping and housework. In addition they will need to support this lady in attending appointments and accessing the community, such as going swimming, or out for a coffee. Potential PA’s must have a degree of common sense, particularly in relation to Child safety. They must also be supportive to the family (they parent differently) and must also be supportive to mum breastfeeding a younger child, cosleeping with her child, and preparing to home educate. This lady and her family have quite a strict routine and ways of doing things that are very important to their sense of wellbeing and their ability to manage on a day to day basis. This lady’s partner has a very bad allergy to cats so anyone with regular contact with cats causes a problem, as do perfumed product.

The PA would be in agreement not to smoke prior to coming into work, or during their working hours, because this lady is asthmatic. The work will involve actively supporting this lady in her role as a mother in a physical capacity. This will mean being physically active in order to keep up with a young toddler when out and about. The appointed PA will need to be comfortable attending and taking part in social activities outside the family home including swimming, going to play groups and the park.

Being a car driver with your own transport would be an advantage but this is not compulsory.
The position is subject to the applicant providing a satisfactory DBS disclosure, but the cost of the DBS application will be met by the Local Authority.

*Exempt under the Equality Act 2010 (Schedule 9, Part 1)

Please Quote Ref: AX677
Location: HU3 area of Hull
Rate of pay: £8.72 per hour
Hours: 20
Days: Monday-Friday 11.30 am – 3.30pm
Vacancies: 1
Further information:
A friendly and supportive PA is required to support a woman living in the HU3 area of the City.
Your role will be to support the woman in her own home with various aspects of daily living, such as light housework and preparing meals. You will also support her with shopping. The woman enjoys looking around charity shops and would like sociable PA who can support her to become more confident and motivate her. She is animal lover, and has a cat and a dog.
The successful applicant will be proactive, positive, confident and extremely supportive.
Car driver and non – smoker preferred
“Owing to the nature of this position, any offer of employment will be subject to a satisfactory checking report from the Disclosure and Barring Service, the cost of which will be met by the local authority.”

Please quote ref: AX957
Location : HU4 area of Hull
Rate of pay : £8.72 per hour
Hours : 7 hours per week, plus cover for holidays/sickness. (Additional hours may also be available)
Days : Friday or Saturday starting 9 am – to be discussed
at interview.
Further information
A friendly female Personal Assistant is required to support a lady in her 80’s living in the HU4 area of Hull. This lady has an interest in knitting and enjoys going round charity shops.
Your role will be to support this lady in her own home with various aspects of daily living, such as making her breakfast, general housekeeping and home care. This will include shopping and taking her to medical appointments if required. The lady uses a walking stick when she is outside her home. Some personal care will also be required. No experience necessary, just kindness and understanding.
You will provide excellent day to day support that respects this lady’s preferences and choices
Car driver and non- smoker preferred

Important Information: There is a genuine occupational requirement for a FEMALE worker, and therefore only applications from FEMALES will be considered*. *Exempt under the Equality Act 2010 (Schedule 9, Part 1).

Please Quote Ref: AX1038
Location: HU9 area of Hull
Rate of pay: £8.72 per hour
Hours: 12hrs per week
Days: Flexible, to be negotiated.
Vacancies: 1
Further information: A Female Personal Assistant is required to provide support to a disabled lady, who lives in the HU9 area of Hull.
This lady has various medical conditions, she can easily become breathless and fatigued and is a wheelchair user.
This lady enjoys writing and going swimming. The PA would be required to accompany this lady to go to the Cinema, theatre and swimming.
She is looking for a PA who would be able to support her with all aspects of daily living and some personal care, domestic support, such as meal preparation, support to attend medical appointments and support to access a range of leisure activities. The PA will be required to provide cheerful, dignified support under the direction of this lady.
A car driver with their own car that can carry a folded manual wheelchair is preferred.
Having a warm friendly disposition is a key requirement. Applicants should also have a genuine interest in working with disabled people, be honest and trustworthy, and have a confident nature. In addition applicants should be good at communicating, and be able to build good relationships with people, based on trust and respect.
The applicant must be flexible in their approach to work, willing to follow the directions of the disabled person and like a job that can be demanding but varied.
12 hours per week are available and the rate of pay is £8.72 per hours. Please quote reference AX1038
Important Information: There is a genuine occupational requirement for a FEMALE worker, and therefore only applications from FEMALES will be considered*. *Exempt under the Equality Act 2010 (Schedule 9, Part 1).

Please Quote Ref: AX1071
Location: HU7 area of Hull
Rate of pay: £8.72 per hour
Hours: 5.5 hours per week
Days: Flexible – to be discussed at interview
Vacancies: 1
A PA with a positive outlook, and an enabling attitude is required for an energetic and chatty woman living in the HU7 area of the City.
The woman’s interests include walking – with or without her dogs, cooking, shopping, going to the cinema and having meals out.
The appointed PA will be a companion and facilitator, assisting her when she goes out, including accompanying her to appointments.
The woman has a visual impairment, so you will need to be very aware of her surroundings and any potential hazards, to ensure she does not trip or bump into anything.
Non-smoker preferred

Please quote reference: AX1089
Location: HU3 area of Hull
Rate of pay: £8.21per hour
Hours: 6hrs per week
Days: Sunday
Vacancies: 1

Further information: A female Personal Assistant is required to support a disabled lady in the HU3 area of Hull. This lady requires support with personal care throughout the day from getting up to preparing to go to bed. She also requires support with all meal preparation; she often lacks motivation to eat/drink through the day unless prompted/assisted.

She requires domestic support and support with shopping. It would be advantageous for the PA to have their own transport if possible.

It is important that the PAs work at the lady’s own pace and ability as she becomes breathless on exertion. She becomes breathless easily, this affects everything as she becomes exhausted easily.

This lady may also need assistance with managing medication. She has panic attacks and frequently has feelings of insecurity, there are times when she does not feel safe in her own home.

Applicants must be flexible in their approach to work, like a job that can be demanding but varied, and have a strongly developed sense of social justice in supporting the social inclusion of disabled people in their local communities.

Applicants should also be honest and trustworthy, have a confident nature with the ability to remain calm, be good at communicating, and be able to build good relationships with people, based on trust and respect.

Please quote reference AX1089

Important Information: There is a genuine occupational requirement for a FEMALE worker, and therefore only applications from FEMALES will be considered*. *Exempt under the Equality Act 2010 (Schedule 9, Part 1).

Please Quote Ref: AX1098
Location: HU5 area of Hull
Rate of pay: £8.72 per hour
Hours: 6 hours per week with possible additional hours available morning/evening/weekend
Days: Monday or Tuesday morning/Thursday morning
Vacancies: 1 or 2
Further information:
An additional Personal Assistant is required to support with the health needs of a woman in the Avenues area of the city. Due to health conditions, she experiences among other symptoms, fatigue and chronic pain.
The role is varied and includes domestic tasks, preparing and cooking food and day to day admin. You will support the woman with her hobbies of very gentle gardening, swimming, yoga and meditation. You will also accompany the woman to appointments, so a car driver with their own car is preferred. The job involves some personal care.
“Owing to the nature of this position, any offer of employment will be subject to a satisfactory checking report from the Disclosure and Barring Service, the cost of which will be met by the local authority/employer.”
“There is a genuine occupational requirement for a FEMALE worker, and therefore only applications from FEMALES will be considered*.
*Exempt under the Equality Act 2010 (Schedule 9, Part 1)

Please Quote Ref: AX1202
Location: HU6
Rate of pay: £8.72 per hour
Hours: 20hrs per week.
Days: Weekdays 8.30-9.30am and 3-5pm, weekends 10-11am and 4-6pm.
Vacancies: 1

Further Information:
A Personal Assistant is required for a Lady in the HU6 area of Hull. This lady has physical illnesses that affect her ability to care for herself and complete household tasks.
This lady can walk short distances with a stick, but gets tired very quickly. She uses a mobility scooter outside the house. She requires support with some aspects of personal care. She also requires the PA to take her to social activities and shopping as she needs support when going out.
This lady lives with her two children, a girl of 12 and a boy of 10. She will need assistance with meal preparation for herself and her children because they need different types of diet. She may also need assistance with the school run. Experience of being around children would be advantageous.
The family have a friendly cat & a dog so applicants need to be ok with them. This lady is interested in gardening and requires support with doing light gardening tasks such as potting plants. She is also going to college and may need assistance getting to and from college.
The suitable applicant will be self-motivated, able to show initiative, be good at organising and demonstrate attention to detail when completing all tasks. A car driver is preferred but is not essential.
Appointment will be made subject to a successful DBS check.
“There is a genuine occupational requirement for a FEMALE worker, and therefore only applications from FEMALES will be considered*. *Exempt under the Equality Act 2010 (Schedule 9, Part 1)
“Owing to the nature of this position, any offer of employment will be subject to a satisfactory checking report from the Disclosure and Barring Service, the cost of which will be met by the local authority/employer.

RATE OF PAY: £8.72 per hour

HOURS: 10 hours per week

DAYS: Monday – Friday 2 hours 7 am – 9 am (or possibly 8am – 10 am)

VACANCIES: 1

FURTHER INFORMATION: A friendly female PA is sought to support a woman in the HU6 area of Hull with personal care and preparing breakfast.

The ideal PA will speak Dari as this woman speaks very little English, and will also have experience of preparing Halal meals. They will have a flexible approach to working and be confident in promoting and encouraging independent living, as this woman would like to remain as independent as possible. The successful PA will have excellent communication skills, patience, and be able to work with other members of the family as well as working under their own initiative. They should also have the flexibility to attend occasional appointments with the woman, or assist her to access community activities

Important Information: There is a genuine occupational requirement for a FEMALE worker, and therefore only applications from FEMALES will be considered*. *Exempt under the Equality Act 2010 (Schedule 9, Part 1).

Please quote Ref: AX1384
Location: HU7 area of Hull
Rate of pay: £8:72 per hour
Hours: 4hrs per week
Vacancies: 1
Further Information:
A sporty, outgoing and dynamic Personal Assistant is required for a young man in the HU7 area of Hull.
The young man requires support to access social activities of his choice independently of the family. This support will enable him to become more independent, prevent isolation and improve his life skills and development. This role will include encouraging more social interaction and activities like accompanying him to go swimming, go to the cinema. This young man also has a passion for rugby and enjoys talking about and playing rugby.
He experiences difficulties accessing the community due to the result of an acquired brain injury. He has developed behaviours which cause him to have a limited sense of danger and risk. The PA would be expected to ensure the young man is kept safe at all times. You will to develop a good understanding of his needs and build a strong rapport with him.
Applicants should also have a strongly developed sense of social justice in supporting the social inclusion of young disabled people in their local community. In addition they should be honest, reliable, and good at communicating, tolerant and non-judgemental and able to build good relationships based on trust and respect. The hours of work are flexible and to be negotiated at interview.
The rate of pay is £8:72 per hour.
Applicants should quote reference number AX486.

Ref AX1391
Rate of pay: £8:72 per hour
Hours: 54 per week
Days: To be discussed at interview
Vacancies: 2
Further Information: A sporty and active Personal Assistant with an understanding of diabetes and traumatic brain injury is required for a 58 year old man in the HU6 area of Hull. This man is recovering from traumatic brain injury resulting from a motorbike accident. This man has many interests listening to reggae and 80s music, he has a keen interest in boxing. The ideal PA will be focused, extremely supportive, compassionate and patient. You will be able to encourage and support this man to regain his independence by promoting independent living and life skills. You will also have good organisational skills

Your main duties will include but are not limited to:

Collecting medicine from the Pharmacy and food shopping.

Monitoring his blood sugars and blood pressure on a daily basis.

Buying, preparing and providing Diabetic meals three times a day with two snacks each day

Assisting and supporting with bathing and dressing and grooming

Support to attend Doctor’s/Physio Appointments

Accompanying and assisting him throughout the day in case of any falls

Household chores ensuring the environment is kept clean, tidy and comply with Corona Virus guidelines

Encourage cognitive and communication skills by talking, activities e.g. puzzles, reading the newspaper engaging in what he has taken in from the TV

Encouraging exercises to strengthen his overall body muscle.

Experience and understanding of working with someone who is diabetic and traumatic brain injury would be an advantage but is not essential as training will be given.


Please quote ref: AX1766
Location: HU7 area
Rate of Pay: £8:72per hour
Hours: 5
Days: To be discussed at interview
Vacancies: 1
Further Information: A calm, caring and gentle PA is required to support a young man with high functioning autism who is highly intelligent. The ideal PA would have previous experience of working with autistic people and have some form of training and education that gives then an insight into the issues of that impact on autistic people with social anxiety. The role of the PA will be to encourage this young man to socialise more by going for walks, biking, going to the cinema, accompanying him to the local autistic centre and other places as the young man develops more confidence in self-advocacy. You will need a calming manner and engage at a pace that suits this young man. Further information will be discussed at the interview. You will have a strongly developed sense of social justice in supporting the inclusion of disable people in their local community.

Please Quote Ref: AX1771
Location: HU7 area of Hull
Rate of pay: £8.72 per hour
Hours: 6 hours per week
Days: Tues pm – 3 hours/Weds pm – 3 hours
Vacancies: 1
Further information:
An easy going, Personal Assistant is required to support a young man in his 20’s living in the HU7 area of the City.
Your role would be to support the young man to access community activities, such as shopping, bowling, going to the cinema, or going out for lunch. He uses a wheelchair, or an electric wheelchair when going out, and has a speech impairment. The young man requires assistance with eating, and does not like to be rushed, so you will need to be patient when supporting him with lunch.
You will be required to undertake personal care tasks and have a flexible approach as to the work you are involved in.

“Owing to the nature of this position, any offer of employment will be subject to a satisfactory checking report from the Disclosure and Barring Service, the cost of which will be met by the local authority/employer.”

Please Quote Ref: AX1786
Location: HU8 area of Hull
Rate of pay: £8.72 per hour
Hours: 12 per week
Days: Monday/Tues/Weds and Sunday 2-5pm
Vacancies: 1
Further information
A patient and kind PA is required for a 19-year-old man with autism living with his family in the HU8 area of the city. The young man enjoys riding his bike and scooter. He can answer questions, but does not initiate conversations. He also uses the PECS picture card system.
Your role would be to take the young man out for example, to a local park or the seaside. You will be very aware that the young man has no sense of danger and requires constant supervision. He can exhibit challenging behaviour and requires routine. Further training to enable the PA to meet this young man’s needs will be provided
Car driver preferred
“Owing to the nature of this position, any offer of employment will be subject to a satisfactory checking report from the Disclosure and Barring Service, the cost of which will be met by the local authority/employer.

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