The PA database is not an agency, it is allows PAs looking for work to view all our vacancies in one place. All our adverts are from employers (known as individual employers) who are looking to recruit a personal assistant.

 

The following vacancies are advertised directly by a disabled person or representative who are using our Direct Payment Support Service. Successful applicants will be employed directly by the disabled person or representative, we provide them with employment support and advice to ensure they meet their employer obligations. It is important to note that Choices and Rights Disability Coalition will not be the employer. We act on the employer’s behalf and cannot be held responsible for any actions arising from your employment.

 

Below are a list of all the current job vacancies within the Hull & East Riding area.

·        You can search using the filter system

·        You can search categories by hours and locations

·        You can specify whether you are looking to work with either adults or children

·        You can apply either directly on the individual job posting by clicking apply now and uploading a CV or by the standard apply to be a PA process.

 

Got Questions? Check out the FAQs section

Filter by
Adults
12-24 Hours per week
HU5
DBS OFFERED
Female Only Role
Childrens
12 Hours per week & under
HU3
DBS OFFERED
Childrens
12 Hours per week & under
HU7
DBS OFFERED
Female Only Role
Adults
12 Hours per week & under
HU9
DBS OFFERED
Adults
12 Hours per week & under
HU3
Female Only Role
Childrens
12 Hours per week & under
HU9
Female Only Role
Childrens
12 Hours per week & under
HU8
Female Only Role
Adults
12 Hours per week & under
HU5
Female Only Role

 

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Choices and Rights have received support from Hull City Council to produce a video showing three different examples of how disabled people can use direct payments. The video features stories of the different experiences of disabled people and their Personal Assistants (PAs) and was produced and edited by Mal Wlliamson. (https://malwilliamson.com/)