Up to £520.00 + gross per week. We are seeking a temporary (3 – 9 months) proactive and energetic Female SEN Nanny to support Mia (10) who has an Acquired Brain Injury (ABI).
Title: Temporary *Female SEN Nanny/Buddy
Location: Hitchin, SG4
Nearest Station: Hitchin
Wage: £520.00 gross per week, based on 40 hours
Driver required? Essential
Use of a car? Will need own car
Essential: Supporting children with ABI, behaviour that may challenge
Start Date: ASAP, for between 3-9 months
Days & Hours: Shifts available Monday- Sunday 7.00am – 8.30pm
Family/Client Pets: 2 cats who live outside
About this client/child:
Mia, 9 is a fun, lively and active girl, who enjoys swimming, riding on her bike and playing on her iPad. Mia lives with her parents, her twin brother and younger brother (4). Mia has an Acquired Brain Injury, sensory processing disorder and can present with behaviour that may challenge. Mia is currently not attending any school and follows a home programme.
Overview of role:
Your role will be to support Mia with her home school plan for a period, until a suitable placement is found for her. You will focus on functional and life skills, behavioural management, encourage academic learning, assist with personal care, encourage positive interaction between the siblings, and of course, have lots of fun. Although your role will be primarily to support Mia, we are seeking someone who can hit the ground running and pitch in as and when needed, whether it is helping with meal preparation or playing with the boys.
Who this job would suit:
This is a busy family home, you will need to be a team player and have the ability to work alongside mum, the current support worker and case manager, as well as taking sole charge when required. This position will suit an energetic, hands-on and sensitive candidate who has a good understanding and experience of special educational needs and is comfortable working in a family environment.
What’s great about this job:
This is a wonderful opportunity to work with a fantastic young lady and help her to reach her full potential.
*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 worker to work with our client
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*Where a specific gender is stated as essential, gender is considered to be a genuine occupational requirement in accordance to paragraph 1, of schedule 9 of the Equality Act 2010 for a female or male worker to work with our client.