£13.00 - £15.00 Gross per Hour!. Energetic, creative and fun Support Worker required for lively and witty 10-year-old with Cerebral Palsy.
Location: Chigwell, IG7
Nearest Train Station: Chigwell Station
Wage / Salary: Weekdays: £13.00 gross per hour | Weekends: £15.00 gross per hour
Driver required? Preferable
Use of a car? On duty
Essential Experience: Supporting a client with cerebral palsy and confident with manual handling and hoists.
Start Date: ASAP
Days & Hours: This is a full-time position offering a minimum of 38 hours a week and includes a mix of shifts including some weekends.
Ahana is a bright, engaging and determined 10-year-old who values being as independent as possible. She is very inquisitive, smart and loves to be active. Some of her interests include supercars, astronomy and learning about animals. Ahana has Cerebral Palsy with four limb dystonia and requires 2:1 support during the day and 1:1 waking night support.
The role will involve assisting Ahana with all aspects of her care plan, therapy routine and accessing and facilitating social inclusion activities. You will be confident working alongside Ahana and her family when heading out on trips at the weekends. General nursey duties included.
This job will suit someone who is energetic, motivated and happy to pitch in as and when required. As you will be working as part of a care team so at times you will be asked to cover sickness, absences and holidays to ensure Ahana has the support she requires throughout the day and night.
You will have the opportunity to further your skills and knowledge by working alongside some fantastic therapists involved with Ahana’s development and of course supporting a fabulous young lady with huge potential and a great sense of humour!
We’re recruiting for several positions for Ahana’s care team, so if you are interested in working on a more part-time basis (days and/or nights), we’d love to hear from you.
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 our client.