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Personal Assistants - Carmarthenshire - 001701

Part Time, Full Time
Job Sector:
Nursing / Social Care
West Wales
Salary description:
£7.85 per hour
Start Date:
Gwalia Housing
Job Ref:

Personal Assistants - Carmarthenshire - 001701

Job Reference : 001701

Closing Date : 22/11/2016

Salary : £7.85 per hour

Department : Learning Disabilities Services

Hours Per week : 30 hours per week

What does the role involve?

A Personal Assistant is an exciting role that focusses on clients' individual needs and aspirations - what we call a person centred approach. No two days will be the same; you will need to be comfortable with variety, problem solving and change and be non-judgemental, have personal resilience, and be able to stay calm under pressure. You will help them find the key that unlocks their potential so that they can live to the full.

What is expected from you?

The most important thing you need is to have the right attitude and believe that everyone can achieve great things, given the right skills, assistance, choices and opportunities. You don't need any specific qualifications or experience, but you must have the commitment to on-going learning and development as well as gaining a qualification.

Being a car driver is essential. This position may include sleep ins, on call and personal care as part of the role.

Please note that in line with Tai Gwalia's Probationary Procedure, employees will not normally be eligible to apply for internal, temporary, permanent, secondment or promotion opportunities until they have successfully completed their initial probation period

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Company Description

Gwalia Housing works for local communities to improve the social and economic welfare of tenants. We also work with government and voluntary agencies to develop services, especially for people wishing to return to work.

Our Lettings Services Team deal with housing applications, waiting lists, transferes and swaps. They also make sure new tenants get the right support before they move in.

Our Neighbourhood Housing Officers (NHOs) deal with questions about your tenancy and where you live.

Our Tenancy Management Team deal with anti-social behaviour and any changes to your tenancy.

Our Older Persons Team manage our older persons housing services. We have a range of properties on offer in numerous areas, some with a scheme manager service and some without.

Our Income Management Team deal with income collection for current and former tenants. They can also provide benefits advice and help with welfare reforms with all rent payments.

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