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JOB DESCRIPTION

Personal Assistant

A LITTLE ABOUT MYSELF

I am a 16 year old boy living in the Tonyrefail area. I can be a bit ‘bouncy’ like Tigger when I am happy and enjoy holding people’s hands and listening to them talk to cheer me up. Feeding me Quavers is a very good thing and I really enjoy going out in the garden and going on the swing or bouncing on the trampoline. I also enjoy going in the sensory room and love the bubble tube.

I do not like noises I am not expecting like phones ringing and do not like babies crying. I also do not like new things in the room if I do not expect them but I don’t know why! Not giving me what I want or expecting me to do things I do not want to do also upsets me.

I love meeting new people and once I meet someone I will remember them forever! I can’t stop smiling and laugh all the time. I am a fast mover so you will need to keep on your toes with your running shoes on!

PURPOSE OF THE JOB

To take me out into the community to do things I enjoy or keeping me occupied and happy at home.

HOURS OF WORK

I have 6 hours per week term time and 8 hours during the school holidays to be used flexibly.

RATES OF PAY

£11.00 per hour.

TASKS CAN INCLUDE

  • I enjoy all outdoor activities and am happiest outdoors so anything is fine and someone who will think of things to do is a bonus.
  • Water Play, Trampolining and being pushed on a swing are my favourites!
  • If we have to stay indoors then going into the sensory room and playing with musical instruments, the bubble wand and the hand wall. I like things to happen when I press buttons.
  • At Ash square I will need help to use the tablets but at home I have a TV I can watch YouTube on.
  • I’m not that keen on arts and crafts but don’t give up on me and I might change my mind with things and something might ‘grab’ me.

TYPE OF PERSON REQUIRED

  • A kind and friendly person.
  • Someone who is genuine.
  • A person who respects the privacy and confidentiality of working in someone else’s home.
  • A reliable and punctual person.
  • Someone reasonably fast to keep up with me and someone who can keep a close eye on me when we are out.

ABOUT THE JOB

This will be a proper job requiring a National Insurance number to be submitted.  A trial period of six months will be necessary in the first instance. The wage will be paid monthly on return of a payslip provided by the Centre for Independent Living.  You will receive appropriate holidays and holiday pay. This post is subject to an enhanced police check (DBS) and training may be required if identified by the employer.