Enrych have been supporting adults in the local community for more than 30 years.
At Enrych we work alongside adults with support needs to live the life they choose by enabling them to engage with activities either at home or locally to achieve personal and social goals.
Our main priority is to provide first class person centred service to our clients matching them with a PA who they will be able to build a relationship with centred on trust, compassion and respect.
Job Vacancy: PA/Support Workers (Enrychers)
Fancy joining our friendly team of Enrychers?
Enrych works with a range of adults who require support to access leisure and learning activities, develop life skills and gain in confidence and independence. Clients may also want to develop their own social network.
The successful applicants will focus on the wishes and aspirations of the client when supporting them to meet their identified outcomes. Enrych are not registered to provide personal care.
Typical activities may include supporting the client with shopping, light domestic tasks, accessing local leisure amenities, accompanying to appointments or sporting activities. In addition Enrych facilitate a weekly art group and exercise class, we also have a programme of social events which include meals out, boat trips and an annual evening of entertainment.
Our client range is varied, Enrych supports adults living with physical or learning disabilities, mental health and those who are socially isolated.
Experience of supporting disabled people would be an advantage, a person centred approach to an individual's support is essential.
A full clean driving licence and business insurance is required as the client may need the PA to drive them to appointments/visits. The hours are dependent on availability and a degree of flexibility is required, this is not a "traditional full time" post, however it is a great opportunity to make a real difference to someone's quality of life.
Job Type Part time
Salary £8.87 per hour; access to a workplace pension scheme;
holiday entitlement equivalent to statutory minimum of 5.6 weeks per annum.