Blog
Comments Off on Awake Night Carers Required

Awake Night Carers Required

Awake Night Carers Required

To care for a paraplegic, male, brain injury survivor. 8 hour shifts, 10.30 pm to 6.30 am.   1 or 2 nights per week, however, can be flexible.   Experience preferred, however, full training, including shadow nights, will be given to the right applicant.

The ideal candidate will have a friendly, kind, caring nature, speak fluent English and be 100% committed to supporting the quality of life of a vulnerable person.

The starting hourly rate of £10.00 will be paid until all training, including shadowing, is completed.

The position is subject to two satisfactory references and an enhanced DBS check and is exempt from the provision of the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974.

Please ring 07818 589545 for more details and application form.

Comments are closed.

Online Donations

£
Personal Info

Donation Total: £50

We would love your donation and you can do this online today using PayPal or credit card. Pick a set or custom amount to donate.

Upcoming Events

There are no upcoming events at this time.

Facebook Fan Page

Twitter Feed

After a drizzly & extremely windy(!) Saturday afternoon, the sun did come out a little & so did a few people. Many… https://t.co/Jc74H4u7et
h J R
I posted a new video to Facebook https://t.co/j0cFgBnEDJ
h J R
This month ball games were allowed! It sounds simple enough, name an item and throw the ball to someone else, try n… https://t.co/K1XOniNHvB
h J R
Brain Injury Awareness Week 2018 was our largest & most successful yet! 5 days of raising awareness & donations fro… https://t.co/Mf0J4oQh9N
h J R
It’s the first day of Brain 🧠 Injury Awareness Week & we are at the General Hospital selling hand knitted bees & homemade 🎂 cakes.
h J R
Some very interesting info to download and read https://t.co/nAkI6S1OhU
h J R

News Spot

  • ~ Volunteers Needed

    "Volunteers you are… the lifeblood of any charity and we are no exception, there are many ways you can help us with your time and efforts… Interested click here to find out"

  • Read more News Spots »

Privacy Preference Center