Part-Time Support Worker | Camden, WC1 - London

Support Worker
Ref: 1088 Date Posted: Monday 13 Aug 2018
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£16.00 Gross per Hour. Proactive, experienced & kind Support Worker wanted for David (9) who has cerebral palsy. Lithuanian speaker would be ideal!


 

Title:Part Time Support Worker |Camden, WC1
Location:Camden, WC1
Nearest Tube Station:Kings Cross
Wage / Salary:£16.00 Gross Per Hour
Driver required?Not Required 
Essential: Working with children with Cerebral Palsy, Epilepsy and Gastrostomy management 
Start Date:ASAP
Days & Hours:Term Time: Tuesday, Thursday and Friday 3.15pm to 8.15pm. School Holidays: 3 days including Thursday 10.00am to 4.00pm, Saturday 10.00am to 6.00pm and Sundays 10.00am to 5.00pm, some flexibility with days and hours may be possible for the right candidate.
Family Pets:2 house cats
 

We are delighted to be working in association with a Case Management Company on this position. They will be carrying out all the recruitment once candidate CVs have been forwarded for their consideration. Click here for more info on how Snap works with associated companies/clients.

David, aged 9, and his family are looking for a wonderful new Support Worker. David is a very happy and sociable child who responds well to sociable and engaging people and gentle and creative interaction. David enjoys messy and sensory play and loves music; especially sound books. He loves being read to, spoken to and being part of whatever is going on.  David has Cerebral Palsy, Epilepsy, Dystonic Spasms and is PEG fed.  He is non-verbal and is fully dependent on others for all of his personal care, transfers and mobilisation in his wheelchair. David is fed and has his medication administered via a gastrostomy.

This job will suita Support Worker with excellent experience of manual handling, hoisting and pressure area care. David’s seizures are short, but it is essential that you have good epilepsy and medical experience to best support his needs. You will collect David from school and support him with his after school routine and help get him ready for bed.

The family are Lithuanian and it would be beneficial if the Support Worker spoke Lithuanian too, though this is not essential. 


 

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