Live in carer one week on one week off
I’m searching for a sleep in carer, aged twenty five – forty at the most with a great sense of humour, clean driver’s license and a want to work with us, performing on a rota basis of 1 week on one week off on a self-employed private basis.
The perfect candidate should have a positive can do can do personality, be European and be working or had care home work expertise and be obtainable for interview right away.
Previous winning candidates were from Europe, Slovakia, Spain, UK etc.
I’m a happy man aged 50+ and like to laugh. The person I am looking for should be dedicated, punctual and hard working. I relish visiting friends and family. I additionally get pleasure from watching TV and flicks and browsing the web. I don’t watch or discuss sport. I even have a cat that ordinarily sleeps in my bedroom with myself.
I suffer with MS, I have no use of my arms or legs. I would like my muscles to be stretched. I want showering, shaving, feeding, sensible cookery, house work etc. I have ceiling hoists for all moving and handling and a manual wheelchair that requires pushing.
I additionally get pleasure from traveling in my automatic wheelchair accessible vehicle, therefore i’ll need a good car driver.
After working a conditional training period you’ll expect to earn up to £110 on a daily basis.
For your application to be thought-about I’ll need your name, age, address, telephone number, and email address. I will only take into account candidates once a face to face interview and complete an application form.
Initial FaceTime, Skype or various interviews are thought useful.
Agencies won’t be thought-about.
Serious candidates with a real interest in this position should offer the requested information.
Ideal candidates are computer/Apple/Mac literate. I do live on the point of a train and underground station close to Luton and Stansted and Gatwick Airports.
I’m trying to interview and find the proper candidate right away. I look forward to reading your application.
If you’re not capable of driving please don’t apply
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