Female Support Worker

Job Reference
BAL/MM/SW 12/23
Salary Description
£16.50 - £18.63 per hour
Contract Type
Winchmore Hill/Enfield Area

Female* Support Worker Required – Winchmore Hill/Enfield area.

An exciting opportunity has arisen for a support worker to join a team of carers to assist a funny, caring, and lovely 19-year-old young lady with cerebral palsy in the Winchmore Hill/Enfield area.

Our client is currently at college but plans are being made for her to leave and move onto further education in 2024.

Our client enjoys going to college and having a full and varied social life which includes her love of trying new foods, going out to activities that involve animals and going on holiday. Our client has enjoyed cruises, going to various places in the UK for long weekends and holidays in the sun.

It would be preferable if you did have some experience in a caring role but we would love to hear from you if you want to support someone to lead as independent life as possible, would expect to offer personal support respectfully, caring as you would want to be cared for yourself.

Our client requires support for all aspects of daily living, and this includes manual handling tasks and administering feeds and medication via a mickey button.

At times you will work alone with the client, but for days out, holidays and activities, you will be working alongside a colleague.

You will need a full driving licence, an energetic personality, and the ability to provide a high standard of therapeutic support with an enthusiastic, caring and professional approach.

Hours: 17 hours per week. This will be discussed at interview however the hours below are what is usually covered by the care team.

During term time:



Weekends and weekdays during the school holidays:

7.30am- 2pm


Rates of Pay:

Support Worker

£16.50 per hour weekdays and £18.63 per hour.

This post is subject to two excellent references and an enhanced DBS check.

Proof will be required of a right to work in the UK.

*Gender is considered to be a genuine occupational requirement in accordance with paragraph 1 of Schedule 9 of the Equality Act 2010 for a female worker to work with this young lady.

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