Personal Assistant for Social Activities (Former Employee) – Leeds – 13 March 2018
I helped a blind lady get out and about in the community- walks in the park, shopping, pub quizzes etc. It was very enjoyable. Management were very helpful. Hardest part- too much fun (I had to try to remember that I was there as a guide to ensure my client's safety and wellbeing). Most enjoyable part- almost all of it!
Kitchen Assistant (Current Employee) – Leeds – 30 January 2018
The kitchens are a disgrace the staff are to faced and very slow and lazy people are over looked you are not rewarded for hard work or effort and are constantly been messed about to many staff take time off sick because you are treat like rubbish just another number and nothing more
Term time only
Unprofessional dirty kitchens lots of bickering between area managers and staff
Lunchtime Supervisor (Current Employee) – Leeds, West Yorkshire – 22 January 2018
I have worked for Leeds city council for 19 years now and been quite happy in my job.I have been on many training courses including team teach, safe handling, safe guarding, level 1 makaton and training in pecs. I have worked in primary and secondary schools in special needs. I have worked for the NW silc and the West silc. Mainly with primary level with children on the autistic spectrum. I have also trained in intensive interaction. I have worked in the west silc, Milestones as a lunchtime assistant for the last 2 years. I have worked in a primary class with pupils of mixed ability. This includes helping developing independent feeding skulls. Also supervision in the playground.
Senior Safer Leeds Officer (Current Employee) – Leeds, West Yorkshire – 4 January 2018
Enjoyable job which is ruined by constant changes by management. Great pension and holiday benefits however the shift pattern means I may have to work 3-4 Christmases in a row while someone else might get them off.