Benefits of being a PA

Benefits of being a PA

Live-In PA


As a Live-In PA, you stay in a room within close proximity to your employer and are on call to provide assistance and general support, as and when your employer requires it. You assist with daily personal care along with your employer’s morning and evening routine as outlined in their care plan. You sleep when your employer sleeps. This usually works as a one week on, one week off basis, where you share the role with another PA. But we do have full-time Live-In PAs too. You are paid at a daily rate.


Example pay and benefits for a live-in PA:

● Specialist training on clients’ individual needs.

● Earn up to £500 per week.

● Free accommodation whilst working (live-In only).

● 5.6 weeks paid holiday per year (including bank holidays).

● Free travel to and from place of work (live-In only).

● Opportunities to study towards Diploma qualifications in care work.

Hourly Paid PA


As an Hourly Paid PA, you work to a rota along with a team of PAs. Shifts vary, depending on your employer’s needs, but are usually 12-hour day / 12-hour night shifts, e.g. 7am – 7pm, 7pm – 7am. Employer’s needs and preferences vary, an employer might require more care in the morning for example, or have a different routine at weekends. The rota will be designed by AskJules Ltd. and approved by your employer, usually two week rolling, 4 shifts one week and 3 the next. If you or your employer have any preferences or we think your abilities are better suited at particular times, the rota can be amended.


Example pay and benefits for an hourly paid PA:

● Specialist training on clients’ individual needs.

● Earn up to £10.50 per hour (£13.00 in Central London).

● 5.6 weeks paid holiday per year (including bank holidays).

● Opportunities to study towards Diploma qualifications in care work.