The Disability Resource Centre is pleased to be able to post jobs from employers who are looking to recruit personal assistants. Each employer and each job is different. Hours of work, duties and skills required vary for each employer.


On Fridays, The Disability Resource Centre holds a drop-in session for people interested in becoming a Personal Assistant in care.
Drop in for a tea or coffee every Friday at 10am-12pm for people interested in becoming a PA.
Personal assistants are employed by disabled or older people who need someone to help with their daily needs, both personal and social.
Every week we have new jobs available for you to apply for.
We'll show you details of our training courses, some of them are free. Our training can provide you with the skills you need for this very rewarding career.

New job vacancies for Personal Assistants (PAs)

Talking it through

Personal Assistant (care and support)

Luton LU4 area

13-30 hours per week

4 to 6 roles including bank/cover personal assistants (plus variable hours holiday cover)

Our client is looking for an excellent team of personal assistants to help them in their home and out and about doing the things they love. Our client wants to have people around them that share similar loves for learning, fun, and life in general. Our client is working towards going to college, being involved in community groups, going to gigs and enjoying an active social life.

Our client is a wheelchair user with complex health needs and physical disability.

As part of a team, there is a clear, daily work activity plan where all team members are expected to complete their assigned tasks. Although it is a team working together in a clearly set out way, it is a ‘family’ environment so everyone gets on together and works closely as friends and colleagues.

A DBS security check (which will be funded) and two references will also be required. Any offer of work will be subject to DBS clearance and references being taken. 

If this sounds like the sort of job you want to do, please call or email to find out more;

Sue /Jon on 01582 470900 (option 2)

[email protected] 


Specialist Personal Assistant / Communicator Guide

Main skill: BSL Level 3 upwards.

Location: Biggleswade / Sandy / Bedford.

Contract: Causal.

Rota: 48 hour per month – flexibility of hours.

Salary: £20-£30 per hour - depending on experience.

Providing individual communication support and practical assistance.
Enabling access to promote and maintain wellbeing and independence.
Working side by side as an active member of the BSL community.
Offering availability to work for an evening or weekend event.
Essential to drive own vehicle at work meetings.

Call or email to find out more
[email protected] 
Sue /Jon on 01582 470900 (option 2)