International Association of Healthcare Professionals Medical Conferences
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JOINT INTERNATIONAL HANDYPERSON/GARDNER/MAINTAINANCE PERSON AND DRIVER

JOINT INTERNATIONAL HANDYPERSON/GARDNER/MAINTAINANCE PERSON AND DRIVER

 

JOB TITLE/POSITION:       Joint International Handyman/Gardner/Maintenance/General Assistant and Driver

 

 

LOCATION:   Bulgaria and the UK, but the post holder may sometimes be required to work at other locations nationally and internationally with prior arrangements.  Hence there is some travelling involved subject to prior arrangements.

 

 

SUMMARY OF POST

 

The post-holder will be required to:

 

The post-holder will be required to:

 

  • Provide labouring, general gardening and maintenance work, including general assistance on projects for the Service User
  • Assist the service user in labouring, building maintenance and  gardening/weeding/grass cutting and mowing work as required
  • Provide confidential personal assistant duties for the Service User
  • Assist the service user in caring for domestic work and cleaning
  • Assist the service user with shopping, delivering messages, etc.
  • Assist the service user in travelling to project work or study and conference venues
  • Undertake general cleaning duties for the service user
  • Assist the service user in packing of goods and delivering of items as required
  • Providing general domestic assistant duties for the service user
  • Run errands for the service user and sending and receiving messages for the service user
  • Assist the service user with her charitable works and community-based projects
  • Undertaking cleaning and attending of the gardens, home surroundings at other venues as required
  • Assist in obtaining information from the Internet and other sources as required by the service user
  • Liaising with various health and social care agencies on behalf of the Service user.
  • Make photocopies and binding of documents, including delivering them when required
  • Assist in general educational and conference services and their maintenance work
  • Undertaking weeding and grass cutting in various locations for the service user.
  • Assist in the European and African Community Projects as required.
  • Undertake general maintenance and building work, involving, painting, decorating, plastering, and laying slaps on pavements.
  • Assisting in building garden decking and sheds
  • Assisting in courses and conferences, and providing general duties as required
  • Collecting and delivering of goods and materials in community houses nationally as required
  • Undertaking general landscape gardening work.
  • Assist in moving belonging from houses nationally as required
  • Undertaking all handy people’s tasks in the house, which include painting, decorating, cleaning and clearing of rubbish.
  • Undertaking all gardening works and maintenance, including mowing grasses, weeding grass, assisting in constructing and installing shades, constructing decking, packing of gods and arranging of materials.
  • Undertake repairs to woods, furniture and other repairs as required
  • Undertake driving duties when required.
  • Other general assistant duties

 

 

 

THE APPOINTMENT:

 

A Labourer/Gardener/Maintenance Person, Driver and General Assistant is required to provide general assistance, labouring, gardening, general maintenance and cleaning duties to the Service User, at his/her home and at other venues and sites as may be required nationally and internationally.  The staff will also provide general assistance in Community Projects, like the European and African projects.

The major responsibility of the post holder will be to provide personal assistance, gardening, packing and delivery of goods and general assistance duties and cleaning services to the Service User.  Sometimes when there is no gardening work available, the post holder will be required to assist the Service Use with other activities as required.   The post holder would be required to liaise with various professionals on behalf of the Service User in the health and Social Care Services, including other organisations.

 

 

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

 

  • High School Education or equivalent or some skills training qualifications 
  • A Full UK or EU Driving Licence is desirable, but not essential.
  • First Aid Qualifications is desirable.  However, if the candidate does not have any certificate, and is willing to learn first aid, the Service User would arrange for the post holder to undertake a first aid course.
  • Criminal Records bureau (CRB) checks must be carried out and certificate obtained from the legal authority.  This will be arranged by the post holder and paid for by our Organisation, Community Development Foundation Group.
  • Must have satisfactory references
  • Must be able to use various gardening, domestic service, repairs and handy person’s tools and equipment.
  • Computer literacy and knowledge is desirable.

 

 

 

HOURS:    Up to 15 hours per week, but may be required to do more hours during special events and deadlines requirements.

 

 

LANGUAGE REQUIREMENT

 

Very good knowledge of both written and spoken English and Bulgarian languages is essential for this post.

 

 

 

RATE OF PAY:             The rate of pay will be as per the rate payable to labourers in Bulgaria and exceeds the living wage when required to work in the UK, and is awarded according to age, qualifications and experience.

 

HOW TO APPLY:

 

Please send your CV to personnel@iahcp.org.uk .  Short listed candidates would be invited to interviews and completion of other recruitment forms.

 

CLOSING DATE FOR APPLICATION:    15 November 2016

 

International Association of Health Care Professionals (IAHCP) is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

 

 

NEWS:

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MEDICAL PRACTICE AND EDUCATION IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES PROJECT

Medical Practice and Education in Developing Countries Project

 

 

 

The IAHCP Trustees, Council and Committees are pleased to announce that the 8th  IAHCP International Community Projects on Medical Practice and Education in Developing Countries has commenced from 18 February 2016.and it will complete on 17 February 2023.

 

 For more information, please visit:   http://www.iahcp.org.uk/special-projects/

 

 

CONTACT INFORMATION

 

Due to the fact that the IAHCP is an International not for profit membership origination, its staff and members are located in different parts of the World.  If you require information on any projects and services of the IAHCP, please contact the Enquiry Services at: enquiries@iahcp.org.uk  .

 

 

 

 

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