Ruddington, East Midlands
I am a young girl living with my Parents in our family home. I was born with Examphalos Major; which is a type of abdominal wall defect, and a congenital heart disorder, which affects the way my heart works. I am also dependent on a ventilator via tracheostomy 24/7, which can present issues as I am very curious about the World, and I like to be on the move! I require support to help me live life to the full, and learn about the World around me as I grow.
I like my life to be fulfilled and busy; I learn through play activities and love going out and about – I enjoy going out to parks, out into the local community and partaking in any activities that will make me happy. I love animals; we have two Labrador dogs at home and I love to play with them.
I am looking to recruit a bank Support Worker who can support me with day-to-day living, learning through play, support my emotional well-being, personal care and accessing the community. The ideal candidate will live locally to me, be flexible, patient, have a good sense of humour and a genuine caring nature. You will need to be enthusiastic and inspiring to bring a sense of energy into my life. You must also be able to demonstrate a high level of professionalism and integrity, promoting my independence and respecting my home.
We have a variety of shifts which would need to be covered flexibly, by a bank worker. There are some day and evening hours, as well as waking night shifts 7 nights per week. Shift times can be discussed during interview.
Candidates must be female due to the nature of the role.
The hourly rate of pay is £10.60 per hour during probation, and then £11.86 per hour following successful passing of probation. The rates are the same for both day and night hours.
If this job appeals to you, then we’d love to hear from you. Please email your CV and covering letter to email@example.com or contact us on 0345 241 5565 for more information or to request an application pack.
This role is exempt from gender discrimination legislation. Only female applicants will be considered due to the nature of the role.
(The position is subject to an enhanced DBS disclosure and is exempt from the provision of the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974.)
Please be advised that decisions regarding applications and employment are made in conjunction with our client. Therefore, applications will be shared with them for consideration.