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Case Management &
Rehabilitation Solutions

Personal Assistant (Care)/ Support Worker - Full-Time

Isle of Wight
Carer/Support Worker/Client Recruitment
Initial Annualised salary £25,350, rising to £26,325 after successful completion of Probation
About The Role

Are you dedicated, flexible, willing to travel and interested in care work?

Our Client requires a dedicated and conscientious Personal Assistant/ Support Worker to join his small friendly care team on a full-time basis.

We are seeking a caring, compassionate and enthusiastic individual who would enjoy assisting our Client in his own home and who would also enjoy travelling widely with him.

You must be warm and friendly and have a strong work ethic, a positive attitude and a genuine passion for providing the best possible care, support and rehabilitation for our Client.

The successful candidate will be self-motivated, well organised, flexible (shifts will include, days, weekends, overnight and travel) and able to work to work both independently and as part of our team.

Experience of care and brain injury, although desirable, is by no means necessary as full training will be provided.


Isle of Wight, Hampshire


This post is full-time, based on an average of 37.5 hours per week annualised over the year. Hours will be worked variably and flexibly in accordance with the rota issued in advance.

If you have any questions regarding annualised hours, please call 01722 746639 to discuss these.


The initial Annualised salary is £25,350, rising to £26,325 after successful completion of probation.  Thereafter rising on a graded pay scale every two years up to 4 years of service.

Although the actual number of hours you work each week or month will vary, your annualised salary payment will remain the same every month.


  • Sick benefit
  • 5.6 weeks annual leave pro rata,
  • Free DBS check.
  • Annual Loyalty Bonus on anniversary of your employment.

In order to promote continuity of our high care standards, you will be offered:

  • Induction,
  • Relevant training opportunities 
  • Regular clinical supervision/review meetings,
  • On-going support from a dedicated Team Leader, Case Manager and HR department.

Please contact us for a full Job Description.

Interviews taking place Friday 17th May 2019.
About You

Essential Skills

  • *Physically fit for moving and handling purposes
  • Non-smoker - this post is a strict non-smoking environment (including vaping).
  • Appreciation of the importance of maintaining confidentiality and respecting our Client and his family's need for privacy.


  • Full driving license (endorsements to be disclosed) and able to drive the Client’s adapted vehicle.

Satisfactory references & proof of eligibility to work in the UK required.

This position requires a disclosure request from the DBS. A conviction will not necessarily prevent you from being employed.

* The Employer claims exemption under the Equality Act 2010

About Us
ILS provide Case Management and Rehabilitation Services on a nationwide scale.
When a persons life has been changed by injury, we address the practicalities.  We work with children and adults who have had moderate or catastrophic, complex injuries.  We assess individual needs and are able to provide a comprehensive Case Management and Rehabilitation Service designed to maximise independence.
We have over 25 years worth of experience and are proud to be one of the UK's leaders in Case Management and Rehabilitation Services.
ILS recruit on behalf of their clients and therefore, if you are successfully recruited, you will be employed directly by our client or their Deputy appointed by the Court of Protection.  However, ILS will manage your day to day employment, providing you with the support you need to carry out your role.  Working as a Carer or Support Worker for an ILS client means that you will have a dedicated Case Manager to oversee your client's care needs.

For more detailed information about working as a carer or support worker for ILS, please visit: http://www.indliv.co.uk/about-us/careers/work-as-a-carer-support-worker