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Personal Assistants

Location: Lincoln, East Rate of Pay: £10.00 per hour

Hours per Week: 9.30am Tuesday morning (for showers), other hours will be discussed and negotiated at interview.

Job Reference: NG1871 Expires: 1st May 2018

Female Personal Assistant (EQUALITY ACT 2010 SCHEDULE 9, PART 1 APPLIES)

About the Employer

Two Personal Assistants are required for a lady living in Lincoln, who has limited mobility.

Summary of Duties

The role requires you to support with showering, dressing and applying creams. In addition you may be required to support with dog walking and cleaning her powered wheelchair.

The Person They Are Looking For

You must have a professional attitude, and ideally hold an NVQ in Health and Social Care or have similar experience.


Training in moving and handling will be an advantage, but training will be provided.


You must be kind, considerate and respectful.


You must be ok with large dogs.


You may be required to cover some of the holiday of the other carer.

The Times Required

Every fortnight on a Tuesday, a double up call with two carers will be required at approximately 9.30am for 1.5 hours to support with a shower and to cream her legs. On the alternate week a double call with two carers will be required for 30 mins to cream her legs.

Every week on a Tuesday, she will require one carer to stay longer and support her to also clean her power wheelchair for 30 mins.

Every week on a Thursday, she will require support from one carer to take her dogs for a walk for 1.5 hours. In addition to this, she will also need a double up call with two carers to cream her legs for 30 mins

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