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School Transport Helper

Mr N McFarland

£10.20 ph

Part time (permanent)

About this role

We're looking primarily to find someone to help transport our 10 year old son to and from our home in Waterloo to his school in Motspur Park. He has epilepsy and some learning difficulties but presents ostensibly as a normal happy and funny child who is a pleasure to spend time with.

We are advertising both morning and evening school runs on this site but it doesn’t have to be the same person who does both.

Beyond transportation we are open to finding someone who can simply help with his care at other times be that weekends or school holidays.

Working hours:
AM: Collection time from home is 7:45 to catch 8:09 train on weekdays.
PM: Collection time from school is 3:30 to catch 3:45 train on weekdays.

Person description

The ideal candidate is someone who is patient, caring and responsible, preferably with first hand knowledge of epilepsy and ideally first aid trained although we will also provide support and advice through our dedicated epilepsy nurse.
This is a job for someone happy to spend 1.5 - 3 hours a day with an easy going boy and which should be a pleasure as much as it is a responsibility.

Job includes hourly rate and transport costs.
- Experience in looking after children
- DBS checked
- Ideally experienced with epilepsy or other demanding medical condition
- Responsible and caring

More details available on request

About Mr N McFarland

Employer is the family. We are funded directly by Lambeth to fill the position. We will be assisted by Disability Advice Service Lambeth to provide proper payroll and staff support.

How to apply

email: WaterlooM[email protected]

Please mention the London SE1 website when responding to this advert
This notice was posted on Wednesday 15 August 2018
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