Support Workers – UK Friends of the Sick

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Support Workers – UK Friends of the Sick

Contract Type

Permanent

Hours

Self-employed

Sector

Community

Salary

£14.50 per hour + travel

Closing date

We are looking for 3 or 4 support workers to join our team and will close applications once we have secured appropriate candidates.

Friends of the Sick (Chevrat Bikkur Cholim) is a charity which was established over 70 years ago. We help those who struggle with old age, illness, or loneliness in the Jewish community, in London. Through one-on-one visits by our dedicated team of support workers, we are able to provide support and companionship to those who are lonely or housebound or who just need a helping hand.

No personal care involved.

• If you are interested in helping out while being remunerated for doing something worthwhile 

• If you are caring, compassionate and have an easy disposition 

• And if you have a few days/hours spare every week 

• You will need to have a DBS check (paid by us) and provide two references

Please note that this role does not have any set hours; you will be part of a team of support workers and will be contacted about jobs as and when they become available. Jobs are a minimum of two hours.

For more information and to be personally recommended for the role, please contact melissa@theworkavenue.org.uk

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