54 days ago

PART TIME CASUAL POSITION - PERSONAL ASSISTANT / CARER

Rachel from Sunnyhills

PART TIME CASUAL POSITION - PERSONAL ASSISTANT / CARER

Seeking a friendly and caring Personal Assistant/Carer for 4-9 hours per week during the middle of the day approx 11am - 1pm 2-3 days a week - no weekends, but flexible with days would be ideal. Local Sunnyhills location.

No previous experience necessary, on the job training provided.

Role involves making lunch (or driving to pick up something tasty), running errands, taking the client for occasional drives, hanging out and folding washing, ironing and keeping the kitchen tidy. Client has a full time cleaner and morning and evening personal carers.

This would be a great role for an empty nester or someone wanting only a few hours per week, but meaningful and interesting. Client has lots of great stories and interests to chat about as you get to know him!

Must be fully vaccinated with full drivers licence.

Immediate start.

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