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Experienced Buddy/ PA

Ref: SA/DJ

Experienced Buddy/PA required for an elderly gentleman who is paralysed living in the Worksop, Nottingham (S80) area.


The client is a 62-year-old gentleman who was involved in an RTA in which our client is now paralysed.


Our client is a very intelligent medical professional with a good sense of humour and a wide range of interests We seek a flexible buddy/pa to support him with day to day activities and his rehabilitation programme at home and in the community.


Ideally you need to have experience of working with spinal injuries and therapists or experience in complex care.

This is a specialised role and would suit someone from a professional or medical background, student, therapist or nurse.


Our client seeks someone who is well organised, practical, energetic, knowledgeable and able to converse on many subjects. Other professionals will be considered, and training will be provided.


Working hours: 16 hours per week, two afternoons 14.15pm -18.15pm Saturday and Sunday 14:00pm to 18:00pm Times may vary slightly based on client needs.


We are seeking someone will be also be able to cover additional weekdays on occasions for annual leave and sickness if the main support worker is off. Must be able to attend paid training and meetings.


Due to the client being high risk for Covid-19 we would ideally prepare someone who is not working elsewhere to stop any possible cross-contamination to our client.


Our client seeks someone who is well organised, energetic, knowledgeable and able to converse on many subjects. You must be flexible and a non-smoker.


An NVQ Level 3 in Health and Social Care or equivalent is desirable. Otherwise the applicant must be willing to undertake Care Certificate training.


All posts are subject to an Enhanced DBS Disclosure with Adult Workforce Barring. Full training will be provided. A full driving licence is essential.


NB: Community Case Management Services Limited are not the Employer

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