I am a 74 year old gentleman living in the Cilfrew area of Neath. I have always been hard working. I love chatting to people and love talking about trucks and cars. I enjoy watching the news. I enjoy going to Neath Market and having a look around. I have a dog that I like to take for walks. I sometimes have periods of low mood and therefore, require a Personal Assistant who can chat with me and give me motivation.
10 hours per week to be used over 3 days a week (1x 4 hours and 2x 3 hours) – days and times to be discussed. Flexibility is required.
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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 Failure to attend mandatory training may result in your employment offer being withdrawn.