CX225/ The PA will be required to support the young man to develop independence and social skills. 

Job Category: Adults
Job Location: HU4

Reference: CX225

Hours: 10 hours term time / 20 hours school holidays 

The Rate of pay: £10.42 per hour.

Area: HU4

Vacancies: 1

Further Information

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 and going to the gym.  He supports Watford FC and is very active in regards to playing football. He trains most nights for various teams, so an interest in football would be a definite advantage. Long term his mother would like the PA to support him to attend a local group or club to allow him to have the opportunity to be with his peers. The young man will also require support preparing drinks and snacks. Knowledge of epilepsy care would be useful and awareness of issues around nut allergies, but training can be provided. Having a warm friendly disposition is a key requirement.

The applicants must be flexible in their approach to work, willing to follow the directions of the young man’s mother and like a job that can be demanding but varied.

Some weekend work may be required, and PA’s must be flexible and able to stay later in an emergency.

A car driver would be preferred, but this is not essential.

How to apply

Option 1: Click apply button and upload a cv/cover letter.(**ON MOBILE VIEW IT IS AT THE VERY BOTTOM OF PAGE)

Option 2: Complete a apply to be a PA and then email with your name and reference number of the job you wish to be out forward for.(you can apply for mor then one at a time)

Option 3:Please send a printed application to The Recruitment Team Choices and Rights Disability Coalition, The Centre for Independent Living, Jude Lodge, Tiverton Road, Bransholme, Hull HU7 4QS

Important Information

The above vacancy is advertised directly by the disabled person/ representative who receives support from the Direct Payment Support Service. Successful applicants will be employed directly by the disabled person/representative not Choices and Rights. It is important to note Choices and Rights are acting on the employer’s behalf and we cannot be held responsible for any actions arising out of your employment.

Applications will be forwarded to the disabled person or their representative, they will then choose which candidates they wish to interview. They may contact you directly or ask their support worker to contact you and arrange a suitable date for an interview to take place.

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Smoke Free Exemption

It should be noted that these post are covered by “The Smoke Free (Exemptions and Vehicles) Regulations 2007 and therefore “The smoke Free Premises and Enforcement Regulations 2006” do not apply to this post. The regulations allow for exception in private dwellings where the work being undertaken is solely to provide personal care for a person living in the dwelling or to assist with domestic work of the household in the dwelling.


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