Ambury Park Centre requires a support worker to work in our adult vocational/ life skills programme.
Ambury Park Centre is located in Mangere Bridge.
The life skills programme is one of three programmes that we offer to the community. You will support our clients when they are at the Centre and when they are out in the community.
You must have a full driver’s license and previous experience driving a van is preferable.
Experience working with adults with an intellectual disability also desirable.
Much of the work at the Centre is outdoors doing paddock maintenance and other duties related to the care of our horses.
The position is 4 days a week (approx. 29 hours) during the school term. This is a fixed term position for 2019 with continuation into 2020 based on roll count.
Please contact Vicky Cox, Principal/Director for a job description and application form to submit alongside a CV. email@example.com
Deadline is Thursday 4th April at 12pm.
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