Passenger Assistants (Male and Female) jobs in London, United Kingdom

  • Temporary
  • London


At Care first Recruitment Ltd we are currently recruiting passenger assistants / escorts to chaperone children to and from school / day centres and colleges, throughout the West and Central London areas.
We have various positions available: a few of them are for a start in mid/late-June (for the remaining of the school year which is until mid-July), and we have the biggest bulk of positions for a start date of September 2023 (when schools reopen).
You must live within easy reach of West London locations as there are early morning start times for this role.
We need both Male and Female escorts, but we would specifically like to hear from Male applicants as we have lots of demand for male workers. There are various vacancies available, but these tend to be filled in quickly, so do apply today with no delay!
You will only be required to work for up to 2-3 hours per day (morning and afternoon shifts combined together), giving you daytime flexibility between the school runs to have your own time, however you will still be paid 5 hours per day. You must be available to work Monday to Friday and both the morning (anytime between 7.30am-9.30am) and afternoon shifts (anytime between 2.30pm-4.30pm).
You will be required to communicate effectively with transport teams, SEN teams, social workers, parents / carers to ensure all children are provided with the up-most care, safety and supervision and have a comfortable and dignified journey at all times.
You do not require lots of experience within this field to be considered for this role, however, you will need to be able to demonstrate patience, understanding and awareness of issues around children having mild to moderate disabilities, special needs, autism and challenging behaviour.
Hours paid: Approx. 25 to 30 hours per week.
Benefits: flexible working hours, holiday pay accrued for each hour you work, statutory sick pay in line with HMRC guidance
Can you say YES to the following questions?:
1 – Do you have good verbal communication skills?
2 – Do you have experience of working with people or the general public? (through employment, volunteering or life experience)
3 – Can you demonstrate a real desire to provide excellent client care?
4 – Would you be able to assist vulnerable children and young adults (ages 3 – 21) in and out of vehicles?
5 – Are you trustworthy, able to deal sensitively with confidential information?
6 – Can you demonstrate reliability and good time keeping?
Care First are currently recruiting for a range of Social Care vacancies, including: Residential Support Workers, Reablement Workers, Care Assistants, Cleaners for homeless units, Nurses and Administration posts. These vacancies are based all over London and some of the Home Counties. If you know of any relative or friend looking after Social Care jobs, please ask them to email us an up-to-date CV, or give us a call for an initial chat ( (phone number removed) ). Thank you!

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