Care and Support Assistants – GJ

2 Care and Support Assistants needed in Burghill to support a 16 year old girl with global developmental delay.

I need 2:1 support to help me with activities and to make sure I am safe when out and about.

My family are from Poland so if you are a Polish speaker that is a big plus.

6 hours termtime and 20 hours school holidays.

Completed application forms and CV’s can be emailed to PA-Recruitment@s4il.co.uk  Please indicate which vacancy you wish to apply for.

Personal Assistant to Disabled Employer

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Salary                 £9.50.

Location             Burghill

Hours                  6 hours in term time, 20 hours in the holiday.

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About Me

I’m a 16 year old girl and I live with my family in Burghill. I have global developmental delay and am nonverbal. I like swimming, going for walks and the park.  When at home I like to go on the computer and make videos on the mobile phone.  In addition to this I like to be in the garden playing on the trampoline.

Job details

  • You would be helping me with pads when I can’t get to the toilet in time..
  • The rest of the support will be to go with me swimming to the leisure pool and to places like the park.
  • You will need to keep me safe at all times.  You must hold on to my hand with a firm grip as I can break away and run off.
  • I can also approach strangers as I do not have a concept of danger.

About You

Previous experience of similar work is essential.

You must be able to communicate in a direct manner but remain patient and calm at all times.

You must be able to understand the importance of confidentiality.

A good attitude to independence is important to understand a disabled person and their choices

Team work is important as well as being able to work on your own initiative, and have some flexibility to allow for holiday or sickness cover. 

You will need to be a car driver/owner.

About Direct Payments

Direct payments are available from Local Authorities for people who have a care and support plan in place following a social care assessment. An amount of money is allocated to purchase the assistance and care needed to live independently.

I should stress that my Mum will be your employer and have full responsibility for recruitment, contracts, supervision, pay, training etc.  A support service assists her in meeting her responsibilities as an employer.

Care and Support Assistant – JP

Dedicated and fun Care and Support Assistant needed in Hereford to support teenager with activities 12 hours per week in term time and 20 hours during the holidays. Days and times to be agreed.

Completed application forms and CV’s can be emailed to PA-Recruitment@s4il.co.uk  Please indicate which vacancy you wish to apply for.

£9.50 per hour.

Personal Assistant to Teenager with Autism

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Salary        £9.50 Per Hour.

Location   Hereford

Hours        As per contract.

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About Me

I’m a 16 year old boy and I live in Hereford with my family. I have Autism, ADHD, anxiety and a moderate learning difficulty. I’m a busy and active teenager, I enjoy football snooker, swimming and darts.

Job details

  • Your role will be to support me with activities both inside and the home.  Whilst I am out you will need to help keep me safe my Autism means I am at risk of being taken advantage of.
  • You will also be assisting me with life skills.

About You

Previous experience of similar work with Autism is preferred,

You must be able to understand the importance of confidentiality, be patient, calm, be a good communicator and have a good sense of humour.

A good attitude to independence is important to understand and be flexible in working style to accommodate a teenager with Autism.

You will need to be proactive and be able to motivate and engage with me.

Willing to join in activities

You will need to be a car driver/owner

About Direct Payments

Direct payments are available from Local Authorities for people who have a care and support plan in place following a social care assessment. An amount of money is allocated to purchase the assistance and care needed to live independently.

I should stress that my Mum will be your employer and have full responsibility for recruitment, contracts, supervision, pay, training etc.  A support service assists her in meeting her responsibilities as an employer.

Salary: This is a flat rate of pay that takes account of unsociable hours and weekend working.

Hours: These are the minimally contracted hours. If I require additional support at other times I will try to give as much notice as possible, an ability to be flexible would be an advantage

Care and Support Assistant – ST

Part Time Care and Support Assistant needed in Stoke Prior.

Care and Support Assistant needed in Stoke Prior, just 10 miles outside of Leominster to assist young lady with Downs Syndrome with social activities and hobbies.

Up to 10 hours per week made up of 3-hour shifts. These can be on a

Wednesday morning

Thursday afternoon

Saturday

Sunday

I would like a PA to keep me entertained in the home by playing games, doing puzzles, and reading with me. I have a big passion for music so if you play any musical instrument that would be a big plus!

Rate of pay £10 per hour.

Completed application forms and CV’s can be emailed to PA-Recruitment@s4il.co.uk  Please indicate which vacancy you wish to apply for.

Personal Assistant to Disabled Employer

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Salary £10 Per Hour.

Location Stoke Prior, outside of Leominster

Hours minimum 3 hours per week

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About Me

I am a 18-year-old girl and I live in Herefordshire with my parents. I have Downs Syndrome and associated learning difficulties. I would like a PA to help do some puzzles, play some board games, listen to music, watch a movie, make some tea. If you play an instrument that is a major plus because we can play together in the music room.

My speech is somewhat limited, but I can understand most of what is being said to me.

Job details

Housekeeping

  • You would be assisting me with some domestic tasks for example keeping my bedroom tidy.

Preparation and cooking of some meals

  • You do not have to be a fantastic cook. You would need to wash up and leave the kitchen clean & tidy afterwards.

Hobbies and social activities

  • Supporting me to continue doing what I enjoy.
  • To assist with any personal care needs, obtaining drinks and refreshments and taking notes.
  • With agreement coming with me on occasional visits to friends, family and on holidays (I will meet all agreed expenses).

Other small jobs

  • e.g. helping to sort papers and letters

About You

You will need basic maths and literacy knowledge, basic IT skills will also be an advantage. Previous experience of similar work is desirable but not essential, as I will make sure you get the training you need.

You will have both basic cookery and gardening skills and be willing to attend any training needed e.g. first aid, manual handling etc.

You must be able to understand the importance of confidentiality, be patient, calm, be a good communicator and have a good sense of humour.

A good attitude to independence is important to understand a disabled person and their choices

You will preferably need to be a car driver/owner and be physically fit enough to undertake any manual handling needed.

About Direct Payments

Direct payments are available from Local Authorities for people who have a care and support plan in place following a social care assessment. An amount of money is allocated to purchase the assistance and care needed to live independently.

I should stress that my mother will be your employer and have full responsibility for recruitment, contracts, supervision, pay, training etc. A support service assists me in meeting my responsibilities as an employer.

Salary: This is a flat rate of pay that takes account of unsociable hours and weekend working.

Hours: These are the minimally contracted hours. If I require additional support at other times I will try to give as much notice as possible, an ability to be flexible would be an advantage.

Reference ID: ST

Job Types: Part-time, Permanent

Salary: £10.00 per hour

Care and Support Assistant – AW

Care and Support Assistant needed in Hereford

Sociable PA needed in Hereford on a Zero hours contract.
Duties include providing support with personal care, meals, and social activities. A full, clean driving licence is needed. Paid at £211.94 per shift.

Completed application forms and CV’s can be emailed to PA-Recruitment@s4il.co.uk  Please indicate which vacancy you wish to apply for.

Personal Assistant to Disabled Employer

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Rate of pay £9.50 per hour £87.90 per night £211.94 per 24 hour shift

Location Hereford

Hours Zero

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About Me

I am a single lady living in my own home with 24-hour support from a close knit, friendly team. I have Cerebral Palsy which means I rely on staff to be my hands. I am chatty and enjoy a full social life which keeps me and my team busy. I am looking for a support worker who can fit nicely into our team so you will need to be sociable and cheery.

Job details

Personal care.

  • I require support with all aspect of my personal care. You would be helping me with tasks such as bathing and dressing.

Housekeeping

  • Making and changing of beds, cleaning of rooms, dusting, laundry and ironing.

Shopping

  • You would be helping me with shopping and other associated tasks. I would need you to help me in and out of my vehicle using a hydraulic hoist.

Preparation and cooking of some meals

  • You do not have to be a fantastic cook. You would need to wash up and leave the kitchen clean & tidy afterwards.

Hobbies and social activities

  • Supporting me to continue doing what I enjoy which includes swimming and assisting with physio.

Supporting me at various events

  • To assist with any personal care needs, obtaining drinks and refreshments and taking notes.
  • With agreement coming with me on occasional visits to friends, family and on holidays (I will meet all agreed expenses).

Other small jobs

  • e.g. helping to sort papers and letters
  • I will need your assistance with any other jobs that will help me remain independent.

About You

You will need basic maths and literacy knowledge, basic IT skills will also be an advantage. Previous experience of similar work is desirable but not essential, as I will make sure you get the training you need.

You will have both basic cookery and gardening skills and be willing to attend any training needed e.g. first aid, moving and positioning etc.

You must be able to understand the importance of confidentiality and kindness and be flexible, patient and calm. You will need to be physically fit enough to undertake any manual handling needed.

A good attitude to independence is important to understand a disabled person and their choices

Teamwork is important as well as being able to work on your own initiative and have some flexibility to allow for holiday or sickness cover.

You will be required to drive my vehicle which is an automatic and I therefore need PA’s to have a full clean drivers’ licence and inform me should this change.

About Direct Payments

Direct payments are available from Local Authorities for people who have a care and support plan in place following a social care assessment. An amount of money is allocated to purchase the assistance and care needed to live independently.

I should stress that I will be your employer and have full responsibility for recruitment, contracts, supervision, pay, training etc. A support service assists me in meeting my responsibilities as an employer.

Salary: This is a flat rate of pay that takes account of unsociable hours and weekend working.

Hours: These are the minimally contracted hours. If I require additional support at other times I will try to give as much notice as possible, an ability to be flexible would be an advantage

Job Types: Part-time, Permanent

Care and Support Assistant – AT

If you have experience of caring for young adults with mobility limitations, then you might be just what I’m looking for. I am a quiet, friendly and easy-going 18 year old who needs support with personal care and mobility. I am starting college this year and need help in the mornings getting ready. When I come home I’ll need some help with personal care, but also someone to play board games with, cook and have fun being creative.

I am quite quiet until I get to know you so you will need to be patient and cheerful as we build a rapport. As well as the fun things, you will be supporting me and ensuring my personal safety both when we are inside and outside the home.

This is a permanent position with 20 hours per week during term time and 30 hours per week during holiday time. Cover may be required on weekends occasionally during daytime only. A full driving licence, business insurance and access to a car is essential as you may need to take me for clinic appointments and shopping trips.

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Completed application forms and CV’s can be emailed to PA-Recruitment@s4il.co.uk  Please indicate which vacancy you wish to apply for.

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Salary £13 Per Hour.

Location Herefordshire

Hours Flexible by agreement

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Job details

Personal care.

  • You would be helping me with tasks such as accessing the toilet, bathing and dressing, usually after swimming.

Hobbies and social activities

  • Interacting and participating in my hobbies and interests, such as swimming and cookery.
  • Supporting me on a one to one basis and ensuring I remain occupied and stimulated within the home.
  • Accompanying and supporting me on social outings

Supporting me at various events

  • At times you would be helping me go to various events; to assist with any personal care needs, obtaining drinks and refreshments and taking notes
  • With agreement, coming with me on occasional visits to friends, family and on holidays (I will meet all agreed expenses).

Other small jobs

  • e.g. helping to sort papers and letters

About You

You will need basic maths and literacy knowledge, basic IT skills will also be an advantage. Previous experience of similar work is desirable but not essential, as I will make sure you get the training you need.

You will have both basic cookery and gardening skills and be willing to attend any training needed e.g. first aid, manual handling etc.

You must be able to understand the importance of confidentiality, be patient, calm, be a good communicator and have a good sense of humour.

A good attitude to independence is important to understand a disabled person and their choices

Team work is important as well as being able to work on your own initiative, and have some flexibility to allow for holiday or sickness cover.

You will need to be a car driver/owner and be physically fit enough to undertake any manual handling needed.

Job Types: Part-time, Permanent

Salary: £13.00 per hour

Care and Support Assistant – VL

Personal assistant required in Bobblestock, Hereford.

I am a blind lady in my 30s and I am looking for a flexible, hardworking, and easy-going personal assistant to help me be independent and fulfil my life. As my personal assistant your job will be to provide sighted assistance, with domestic tasks, to take me to and from leisure activities, cook, help me in my garden and to read/file paperwork for me.

8 hours a week over a Monday and Thursday plus flexibility to cover sickness and holiday. I may need you to accompany me on holiday occasionally, but this will be individually negotiated, and I will cover all expenses.

£9.50 per hour.

Car owner essential.

Completed application forms and CV’s can be emailed to PA-Recruitment@s4il.co.uk  Please indicate which vacancy you wish to apply for.

Job details

You will be required to do the following tasks and may be asked to carry out other tasks of a similar nature. I will inform you which tasks need carrying out on a particular day.

Housekeeping and gardening

  • Making and changing of beds, cleaning of rooms, dusting, laundry and ironing, etc.
  • Helping me to keep my garden looking nice and tending to my flowers.

Shopping

  • You would be helping me with shopping and other associated tasks, I would need you to carry bags etc

Preparation and cooking of some meals

  • You do not have to be a fantastic cook. You would need to wash up and leave the kitchen clean & tidy afterwards.

Driving

  • Driver required, you are required to have your car available for every shift, as I will need you to take me shopping, to leisure and social activities, and take me and my dog to the vet etc.

Hobbies and social activities

  • Supporting me to continue doing what I enjoy. Obtaining drinks, refreshments, and taking notes etc and with agreement coming with me on occasional visits to friends, family and on holidays (I will meet all agreed expenses).

Other small jobs

  • I will need your assistance with any other jobs that will help me remain independent e.g. helping to read and file papers and letters, as well as completing forms. Administration and financial experience would be a plus.

Job Types: Part-time, Permanent

Salary: £9.50 per hour

Care and Support Assistant – CO

Caring and dedicated PA needed to support an 18 year old girl with cerebral palsy.

Support needed with personal care, gastrostomy feeding, manual handling, leisure activities and hobbies.

35 hours per week available Monday Friday evenings 3pm-9pm plus 2 overnights per month.

This vacancy can be split between people so please send a message with how many hours you would like to apply for.

Completed application forms and CV’s can be emailed to PA-Recruitment@s4il.co.uk  Please indicate which vacancy you wish to apply for.

Personal Assistant to Disabled Employer

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Salary £9.50 Per Hour

Location Hinton

Hours 35 per week

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About Me

This position is to provide personal assistance to my daughter. She is 18 years old and lives in Hereford with her mum, younger sister and brother. She has severe cerebral palsy in all four limbs and is gastrostomy fed during the night using a feeding pump. Full training will be given although gastrostomy feed experience would be an advantage.

Job details

Personal care.

  • You would be helping me with tasks such as bathing and dressing, and changing soiled nappies as necessary.

Preparation and cooking of some meals

  • Your role is to include feeding my daughter through a gastrostomy, and cleaning the equipment afterwards. As this is such an important part of your job, your level of hygiene must be extremely high.

Hobbies and social activities

  • My daughter enjoys a brief trip to the park opposite my house, you will need to support her.
  • When providing care during the day, you will be required to play with the children and keep them entertained and fed

Safety

  • To be aware of security and safety issues (making sure that doors are locked whilst being aware of possible fire escape plans).

Other small jobs

  • Taking messages when people call the house.

Job Types: Full-time, Part-time, Permanent

Salary: £9.50 per hour

 Care and Support Assistant – CD

Dedicated Care and Support assistant needed for maternity cover in Ledbury supporting a lady with MS. Help needed with personal care, housekeeping, shopping, and supporting with hobbies.

Day hours £11.50 per hour

Night shift £106.92

Hours are

Week 1

Thursday sleep in 12 hours

Sunday day 7.5 hours

Sunday sleep in 12 hours

Week 2

Wednesday sleep in 12 hours

Thursday sleep in 12 hours

Saturday day 7.5 hours

Saturday sleep in 12 hours

Sunday day 7.5 hours

Sunday sleep in 12 hours

Completed application forms and CV’s can be emailed to PA-Recruitment@s4il.co.uk  Please indicate which vacancy you wish to apply for.

Personal Assistant to Disabled Employer

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Salary Various.

Location Ledbury

Hours as per contract.

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About Me

I am 71 years old and live in Ledbury. I have MS and require support throughout the day. When possible I enjoy shopping and visiting my sister in Hereford, I have grandchildren and 2 dogs that keep me busy.

Job details

Personal care.

  • You would be helping me with tasks such as bathing and dressing.

Housekeeping

  • Making and changing of beds, cleaning of rooms, dusting, laundry and ironing, etc.

Shopping

  • I would need you to help me out of my vehicle and load and unload wheelchair, bags etc.

Preparation and cooking of meals

  • You do not have to be a fantastic cook. You would need to wash up and leave the kitchen clean & tidy afterwards.

Hobbies and social activities

  • Supporting me to continue doing what I enjoy. These will include shopping visiting my sister and walking my dogs.

Other small jobs

  • e.g. helping to sort papers and letters

About You

Previous experience of similar work is desirable but not essential, as I will make sure you get the training you need.

You will have basic cookery skills and be willing to attend any training needed e.g. first aid, manual handling etc.

You must be able to understand the importance of confidentiality, be patient, calm, be a good communicator and have a good sense of humour.

A good attitude to independence is important to understand a disabled person and their choices

You will need to be open and friendly but understand about keeping a professional distance.

Team work is important as well as being able to work on your own initiative, and have some flexibility to allow for holiday or sickness cover.

You will need to be a car driver/owner and be physically fit enough to undertake any manual handling needed.

About Direct Payments

Direct payments are available from Local Authorities for people who have a care and support plan in place following a social care assessment. An amount of money is allocated to purchase the assistance and care needed to live independently.

I should stress that I will be your employer and have full responsibility for recruitment, contracts, supervision, pay, training etc. A support service assists me in meeting my responsibilities as an employer.

Salary: This is a flat rate of pay.

Hours: These are the minimally contracted hours. If I require additional support at other times I will try to give as much notice as possible, an ability to be flexible would be an advantage.

Job Types: Full-time, Part-time, Permanent

Salary: £8.91-£11.50 per hour

Care and Support Assistant – LM

Dedicated Care and Support Assistant needed in Sutton St Nicholas to support a 12-year-old boy with epilepsy, learning difficulties, and autism. I am supported 2:1 as I have complex needs and I am a run risk, so you will need to be able to keep up with me!5 hours per week term time after school, this will be on a Tuesday and one other day to be agreed, and 10 hours per week in the school holidays.

Completed application forms and CV’s can be emailed to PA-Recruitment@s4il.co.uk  Please indicate which vacancy you wish to apply for.

PERSONAL ASSISTANT TO DISABLED CHILD

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Salary £9.50 Per Hour.

Location Sutton St Nicholas

Hours As per contract.

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About Me

I am a 12 year old boy and I live in Herefordshire with my family. I have epilepsy, learning difficulties, and autistic traits. I enjoy swimming, going to the cinema, animals, and music. You will be supporting me 2:1 with my other PA.

Job details

Personal care.

  • You would be helping me with tasks such as bathing and dressing. You may need to prompt me to use the toilet and ensure that I wash my hands afterwards.

Preparation and cooking of some meals

  • You do not have to be a fantastic cook. You would need to wash up and leave the kitchen clean & tidy afterwards.

Hobbies and social activities

  • Supporting me to continue doing what I enjoy.

Supporting me at various events

  • To assist with any personal care needs, obtaining drinks and refreshments and taking notes.
  • With agreement coming with me on occasional visits to friends, family and on holidays (I will meet all agreed expenses).

Taking me out and about

  • I have little road sense so you will need to ensure I am safe at all times, especially when crossing the road. I can also wander off.
  • I am a run risk so I need to be supervised at all times.
  • You will need to encourage me to use appropriate behaviour when out I public
  • I have little concept of ‘stranger danger’.
  • I have a real love for animals and am always very eager to approach them, you will need to be aware of this.

About You

You will need basic maths and literacy knowledge, basic IT skills will also be an advantage. Previous experience of similar work is desirable but not essential, as I will make sure you get the training you need.

You will have basic cookery skills and be willing to attend any training needed e.g. first aid, manual handling etc.

You must be able to understand the importance of confidentiality, be patient, calm, be a good communicator and have a good sense of humour.

A good attitude to independence is important to understand a disabled person and their choices

Team work is important as well as being able to work on your own initiative, and have some flexibility to allow for holiday or sickness cover.

You will need to be a car driver/owner.

About Direct Payments

Direct payments are available from Local Authorities for people who have a care and support plan in place following a social care assessment. An amount of money is allocated to purchase the assistance and care needed to live independently.

I should stress that my step mum will be your employer and have full responsibility for recruitment, contracts, supervision, pay, training etc. A support service assists her in meeting her responsibilities as an employer.

Salary: This is a flat rate of pay that takes account of unsociable hours and weekend working.

Hours: These are the minimally contracted hours. If I require additional support at other times I will try to give as much notice as possible, an ability to be flexible would be an advantage.

Job Type: Part-time

Salary: £9.50 per hour

Care and Support Assistant – RR

Dedicated Care and Support Assistant needed for a man in his forties with MS, living just outside Hereford. Help needed with personal care, housekeeping, cooking, and social activities. Hours are 9-2 then 5-8 Saturday and Sunday paid at £10.44 per hour.

Completed application forms and CV’s can be emailed to PA-Recruitment@s4il.co.uk  Please indicate which vacancy you wish to apply for.

Personal Assistant to Disabled Employer

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Salary                 £10.44 Per Hour.

Location             Hereford

Hours                  16

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About Me

I’m a man in my forties and I live just outside of Hereford city.

I have had MS for almost 20 years and am now a permanent wheelchair user. I have many varied interests including going to the pub, watching sport, films, and listening to music.

Patience, flexibility and a sense of humour are important in prospective applicants.

Job details

Personal care.

You would be helping me with tasks such as bathing and dressing.

Housekeeping

Making and changing of beds, cleaning of rooms, dusting, laundry, and ironing, etc.

Shopping

I would need you to help me out of my vehicle and load and unload wheelchair, bags etc.

Preparation and cooking of some meals

You do not have to be a fantastic cook. You would need to wash up and leave the kitchen clean & tidy afterwards.

Hobbies and social activities

Supporting me to continue doing what I enjoy.

Supporting me at various events

To assist with any personal care needs, obtaining drinks and refreshments and taking notes.

With agreement coming with me on occasional visits to friends, family and on holidays (I will meet all agreed expenses).

Other small jobs

e.g., helping to sort papers and letters

About You

You will need basic maths and literacy knowledge, basic IT skills will also be an advantage. Previous experience of similar work is desirable but not essential, as I will make sure you get the training you need.

You will have both basic cookery and gardening skills and be willing to attend any training needed e.g., first aid, manual handling etc.

You must be able to understand the importance of confidentiality, be patient, calm, be a good communicator and have a good sense of humour.

A good attitude to independence is important to understand a disabled person and their choices

Teamwork is important as well as being able to work on your own initiative, and have some flexibility to allow for holiday or sickness cover. 

You will need to be a car driver/owner and be physically fit enough to undertake any manual handling needed.

About Direct Payments

Direct payments are available from Local Authorities for people who have a care and support plan in place following a social care assessment. An amount of money is allocated to purchase the assistance and care needed to live independently.

I should stress that I will be your employer and have full responsibility for recruitment, contracts, supervision, pay, training etc.  A support service assists me in meeting my responsibilities as an employer.

Salary: This is a flat rate of pay that takes account of unsociable hours and weekend working.

Hours: These are the minimally contracted hours. If I require additional support at other times I will try to give as much notice as possible, an ability to be flexible would be an advantage