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Casual Personal Assistants – Supported Living Services, Bristol
Various locations across Bristol and South Glos
£9.26 per hour
Job Ref: SC/356
Do you feel you could you offer quality support to enable people to live ordinary lives?
You don’t necessarily need experience as we will guide you through a comprehensive training and induction programme.
Often working on a one to one basis, you will assist people to make their own choices and maximise their independence.
You can be supporting someone to go to watch the football one day and shopping in Kingswood the next, assisting someone with cooking their own lunch on Tuesday and supporting someone with their finances on Wednesday. It is varied work, and requires someone who is not only flexible and adaptable but can build relationships quickly and effectively.
We also understand that people want casual work for a variety of reasons, whether that’s to supplement a part-time job or study elsewhere, or as part of juggling child-care. We can offer shifts every day of the week, and usually at times which will fit in with your busy schedule, during the week, evenings, weekends, sleep in’s, you name it, we’ve got it – the same reason we interview around your schedule. We will check with you and your diary and work around you.
If this sounds like the job for you then apply today to become part of our casual bank of workers in Supported Living and make a positive difference.
If you would like to find out more information, please call Lee Stinchcombe in the Supported Living Department on 0117 9709382 for a chat
To apply please complete the application form at the bottom of the page and return to: email@example.com
Milestones Trust is committed to the safeguarding and welfare of all the individuals that it supports, it expects the same commitment from all employees.
If successful at interview an enhanced DBS check will take place. (formerly CRB).
A criminal record is not necessarily a barrier to recruitment.Committed to Equality and Diversity for all
30 April 2018