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Support Worker

£14.00 - £16.00 p/hr
Zero Hours

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.



Full driving licence

Ability to work respectfully

Ability to follow guidance from the client and her family



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 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.