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Personal Assistant

Summary
This is an external vacancy and is not employed with East Riding of Yorkshire Council.
SalaryText
£11.00 per hour
Term Entry
Permanent
Type Hours
Part Time (10 hours per week)
Days
Flexible rota
Address
Kilham, Driffield (Some travel may be required)
Closing date
Job closes on 20 February
Interview date
Interviews are To be confirmed
Service area
Service area: Direct Payments
Recruiter
Direct Payments reference: 1244771
Job reference
Job reference: EXTN001899
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Description

The job itself

Personal Assistant required for 10 hours per week, for a 61-year-old gentleman who requires mental health support in the community. He enjoys gardening and the outdoors; he needs encouragement and motivation.

The times are to be discussed and agreed at interview.

The applicant must be a car driver to support this gentleman. Mileage to be paid privately.

DBS/Reference checks will be required for this post – Cost to be met by the local authority.

Once completed, please email your application to direct.payment.support.team@eastriding.gov.uk and please quote 1244771 in the subject box of the e-mail.
Application Form Direct Payments
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Name
Direct Payment Support Team
direct.payment.support.team@eastriding.gov.uk
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Additional information

Direct Payments

The Direct Payments Support Service is an in-house service provided by the East Riding of Yorkshire Council. The service promotes independent choice and inclusion, allowing our service users to employ their own care and support as needed. We support many individuals with varying abilities, assisting with advertising and recruitment for a range of roles including support workers, carers and personal assistants.

Travel

Some travel across East Riding of Yorkshire may be required, applicants must be able to transport themselves.

DBS/Medical check

This post is subject to medical and enhanced DBS clearance.

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