Personal assistant required in S4 area of Sheffield

Personal Assistant required in S4 area of Sheffield

To assist a local family to support a gentleman, who is a full time wheelchair user in his mid forties, with all aspects of his care. This involves personal care, toileting, medication and meal preparation to help him remain independent and manage his illnesses which include anxiety and seizures. Support with accessing the local community and appointments is also required.

To work 20 hours per week paid @ £8.00 per hour.

To be worked as a morning, lunchtime and early evening call Mon – Fri with flexibility in daily hours required and the occasional Saturday.

Must have some experience as a carer with a friendly and patient nature.

You will be required to undertake a DBS check which will be paid for by the employer.

Please contact Saj Hussain on 0114 289 4751 quoting ref: ST013385 or email

Please note that this advert has been placed on behalf of one of our customers.  Should your application be successful and you are offered the position, you will be directly employed by the customer and not by PeoplePlus

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