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Support Worker

SW-EL-L-45422
£14.00 - £16.00 p/hr
Zero Hours
London

Female* Support Worker Required – Winchmore Hill/Enfield area

 

An exciting opportunity has arisen for an experienced support worker to assist a lovely 16-year-old girl with cerebral palsy in the Winchmore Hill/Enfield area.

 

You will need to have a full driving licence, experience of working on a 1:1 basis with children or young people with special needs, energetic personality and the ability to provide a high standard of therapeutic support with an enthusiastic, caring and professional approach. You will work as part of a small team.

 

Part Time (Zero Hours Contract) position available.

 

Usual hours covered by the team:            

Weekdays, during term time: 7am - 10am & 2.30pm – 9pm

Weekends and school holidays: 9am - 8pm

 

Rates of pay:  £14.00 to £16.00 per hour

 

Current available hours:

Every second Monday and Wednesday 7.00am-10am & 2.30pm-9pm, two Fridays per month 12pm-7pm, two Saturdays per month 1pm-7pm or 9am-8pm, one or two Sundays 9am-4pm. Three morning shifts 7am-10am available per week These hours are vacant, however there can be an opportunity at interview to discuss either working some of all of these times.

 

Essential:

Full driving licence

Ability to work respectfully

Ability to follow guidance from the client and her family

 

Desirable:

Experience in preparing and administering medication

Experience in PEG feeding

Experience of working in a family home

Experience in helping the client with college homework

Interest in cooking

Animal lover (family has 3 cats)

 

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

 

If you would like to be considered for the role, please submit your CV or send it to e.czaczkowska@yahoo.com or call Eliza on 07912356400. No agencies please.

 

*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.