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Female Support Worker(s)

Based in Scarborough


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One or Two Female Support Worker(s) are required to support a fun and active lady.

One or Two Female Support Worker(s) are required to support a fun and active lady who has FND ( Functional Neurological Disorder), which presents itself in many different symptoms and resulting in daily muscle spasms, these to be discussed at interview stage. . The hours are 25 per week plus 11 hours alternate Sundays.

This is an interesting and varied position, as the lady has many interests including, art and craft classes, swimming, cycling and gardening. These activities would be in the mornings, and in the afternoons would be light household duties, occasional meal preparation, medication administration, help with paperwork or just to watch a film together and the very occasional help with her personal care.

You would need to be physically fit, have a good sense of humour and be able to drive is essential, and to be over the age of 26 due to her vehicle insurance regulations.

This position could be for one person or for two people to split the hours (please specify which you would be interested in),

The hours are: Thursday and Saturdays 8.30 am - 5.30 pm, Friday evening 5.30 - 8.30 pm plus alternate Sundays 9.30 am - 8.30 pm. and would be required to cover holidays and sickness of other support staff.

The rate of pay is £8.25 per hour.

Exception Under The Equality Act (2010)- the posts are only open to female applicants due to the personal assistance required.

Please apply by CV ref: D148 for further information please call our office on 01723 588002.

Nycil act on behalf of the employer, and pass any applications direct to them.


£8.25 Per Hour
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Closing Date:
29th March 2019
North Yorkshire Centre For Independent Living
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