£15.00 Gross per Hour. Part-time Support Worker (s) required for a new role / care team supporting a delightful 9 year old in the Reading area. Permanent contract.
Title: Part-time Support Worker | RG8
Location: Aldworth, Reading, RG8
Nearest Train Station: Pangbourne
Wage: £15.00 Gross per Hour
Driver required? Yes
Use of a car? No, will need own car whilst on duty, mileage and business insurance will be covered
Essential: Childcare experience, non-smoker / non- vaper / competent swimmer
Start Date: ASAP
Days & Hours: Monday, Wednesday, Friday 06.30am to 09.30am, Thursday 3.00pm to 7.00pm. Additional hours are available and we are happy to consider suitable support workers taking on 1 or 2 shifts per week
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About this client/child:
Jessie is 9 years old, she is a bright, engaging and energetic young lady with a passion for horse riding, and impressively has even competed nationally for the riding for the disabled. Her other interests and hobbies include gymnastics, swimming (hydrotherapy), reading and listening to music. Jessie has cerebral palsy, she is very capable, however she is unsteady on her feet and requires close supervision to ensure her safety is maintained.
Overview of role:
Jessie has lots of potential, and as mentioned above she is incredibly capable in her striving for independence. We require a support worker who can really promote Jessie’s independence and support with her self-help skills. Your main role will be to assist Jessie during her morning routine and provide afterschool support in enabling Jessie to access activities. Alongside this you’ll work towards her therapy goals and encourage her to work hard in meeting her targets.
Who this job would suit:
A female* support worker who has childcare experience, an excellent communicator who ideally has previous experience working within a family setting. Jessie has a young sister so it’s important for the support worker to pitch in and help as and when needed to keep family life running smoothly.
What’s great about this job:
This is a great part-time position for a support worker looking to increase their hours, Jessie is a lovely little girl and it will be a pleasure to work with her.
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*Where a specific gender is stated as essential, gender is considered to be a genuine occupational requirement in accordance with paragraph 1 of Schedule 9 of the Equality Act 2010 for a female or male worker to work with our client.