Live in, Personal Assistant required for English disabled International Civil Servant


Male live-in Personal Assistant required for 35 year old English, tetraplegic male.

Position is located in Geneva, Switzerland where I work for an international organisation, trying to make to the world a nicer place. However I need someone to help me and offer care support in order to accomplish that!

Main requirement of the role involves implementing smooth running of a basic daily routine: accompanying during the day to my workplace to provide support, assisting live-in nurse/carer with minimal personal care; moving and handling plus some other minimal light duties. No previous care experience is necessary for this role.

The person we are looking for should be fit and healthy, preferably a non-smoker, have a current driving licence and current CRB, plus have all necessary documents in place for travel to Switzerland. Applicants should have English as a fluent language, be comfortable in different cultures and are happy to travel internationally. Further, applicants should have excellent organisation and communication skills, be self-motivated, honest, and trustworthy.

Compensation package also includes travel (health) insurance, reimbursement of reasonable travel costs (including three UK return flights per year or equivalent), national insurance contributions (if applicable), Swiss travel card, accommodation and all utilities except food and telephone charges. Annual leave can either comprise six weeks paid leave or twelve weeks unpaid leave, or a combination of the two.

Accommodation is in a spacious apartment in which you would have your own double bedroom and bathroom. The flat is situated in a relatively quiet area in the city centre; next to the river and around five minutes’ walk from the lake.

More detailed information to suitable candidates on submission of C.V. to

Nationalities Accepted: EU nationals or visa holders only

Expires: May 1, 2018


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