I am a gentleman in my 30s living in the Neath area.
I am social and friendly but need some support and encouragement to make sure I attend appointments and look after myself. I have mild learning difficulties, diabetes and some alcohol dependency.
I am looking for a PA to promote my independence
by supporting me in getting out and about as I need to socialise
and to keep active and pursue meaningful activities.
9 Hours per week
I am currently looking for 9 hrs of support on a Monday, Wednesday, Thursday or Friday - 10am - 1pm.
Flexibility as essential
- Additional cover hours may be offered from time to time including on a weekend.
This vacancy is being advertised on behalf of an individual employer. You will be employed by that individual and not Neath Port Talbot Council. To apply for this job please click the “Apply Online” link and complete the registration/application form. You will only need to complete this form once. If you wish to be considered for more than one vacancy or have any difficulties please contact us on 01639 686812 or email email@example.com quoting the reference numbers of the jobs you are interested in.
This post may require a DBS check (the cost of which will be met by NPTCBC). If this post requires you to work with children then it is compulsory for you to have a DBS check prior to commencement.
If requested by the employer, two satisfactory references must be provided. This post is subject to a trial period of 1 month and a probationary period of up to 6 months.
Wages will be paid on a 4 weekly or monthly basis once a valid National Insurance (NI) number has been provided. You must be eligible to work in the UK and your employer will conduct document checks prior to commencement.
You will receive the appropriate annual leave entitlement as well as all other statutory entitlements, details of which will be set out in your contract of employment. You will also be issued with a Personal Assistants Handbook when your employment commences.
You will be expected to undertake any mandatory training identified as relevant to this post. The cost of mandatory training will be met through the direct payment. Failure to attend mandatory training may result in your employment offer being withdrawn.