What is a Personal Assistant (PA) in care and how can you be one?
- Are you looking for a new role?
- Do you like working with people?
- Have you thought about working in the care sector?
- There are people looking to employ you!
Being a Personal Assistant is not the same as being a care assistant. You will work for an individual employer and carry out a variety of activities. The role is different and dependent on the needs of the person employing you.
It is a fun and rewarding way to earn money, whilst really feeling that you are making a difference to somebody’s life.
Drop in for a coffee to learn more about the PA role and training available.
Friday 18th August 2017 from 10.00am to 1.00pm.
1 x Personal Assistant (care and support) 13 hours shift (one day);
£12 per hour for all hours worked.
Home care location in the MK17 area
We are looking for a flexible worker to join our team to assist with a variety of tasks which will support the employer to enable their family member to have good quality personal and social life.
The family member has complex health needs and physical disability. As part of a team, there is a clear daily work activity plan where all team members are expected to complete their assigned tasks. Although it is a team working together in a clearly set out way, it is a ‘family’ environment so everyone gets on together and works closely as friends and colleagues.
We need a new temporary member of the team to cover 13 hours /1 day shift per week.
A DBS security check (which will be funded) and two references will also be required.
Any offer of work will be subject to DBS clearance and references being taken.
Please contact Michelle Jacobs/ Sue Maggiorelli on 01582 470900 to find out more. Please quote reference JB/SP/47.
The Disability Resource Centre is not the employer. We assist people to recruit their own staff.