Jobs For Parents

Returning to work after having children can be a daunting prospect however there are jobs that can fit around the needs of your family.

“Jobs for Parents” are family-friendly positions that may be part-time, flexi-time, term-time, temporary contracts or even working from home.

If you have a vacancy to fill and would like to advertise the role on Nidderdale Mumbler then please contact us here.

Early Years Worker

Looking for a qualified early years worker to join our creche team. They must be able to drive / have a car . We have work in Thirsk and Colburn , great rates , Wednesday and Fridays

Please message me for more details: [email protected]


Preschool Manager & Deputy Preschool Manager


Preschool Room Supervisor


Babyballet Dance Teacher

Babyballet® are new to the Harrogate area and are looking for a dance teacher to teach our award winning classes to infants and children aged from 6 months through to 6 years, in a vibrant, caring and non-competitive environment.

We firmly believe that learning to dance should be fun, so you must be naturally friendly, energetic and bubbly. But most of all you will need to imaginative, creative and passionate about bringing the magical world of babyballet® to our students.

We are looking for someone who is professional, reliable and well organised with excellent communication skills. Although a full dance syllabus is provided, it is key that applicants are self- motivated and have the ability to choreograph simple dance routines.

A strong ballet dance background (to intermediate level) is a must and previous teaching experience would also be an advantage, but is not essential. Full in-house training will be provided to the successful applicant.

A DBS check and First Aid certificate will be required prior to commencement and a driving licence and use of a car is essential.

Hours: Saturday and Monday mornings (9.30am to 12noon), term time, to start in September 2017 (with a view to more days & hours subject to demand)

Rate of pay
· £15 per class (35 minutes)

For more information about us, please visit https://www.babyballet.co.uk/

To apply, please email your CV and covering letter to [email protected]

 


Development Worker – Craven Dementia Friendly Communities

Hours and pay: 14 hours per week, pro rata from £22,000 per annum

Fixed term of one year.

An exciting opportunity to enable the communities and residents of Craven District to become dementia friendly. We are looking for a dynamic community enabler who can support communities and residents to put in place changes and help them to take practical action to enable people to live well with dementia, which will continue beyond the timeframe for this post.

Our goals for the role are to achieve the development of a Dementia Friendly Communities (DFC) network across Craven, ensure people living with dementia are involved and have a voice to influence change, and promote better understanding of dementia across communities, in order to reduce stigma and discrimination and promote independence for people living with dementia.

For further information about the role, please contact Antony Radley, Practice Business Manager, Dyneley House Surgery, Skipton. Tel: (01756) 799811

or Sue Bradley, Chief Officer, Age UK North Craven, in Settle. Tel: (01729) 823066

For a job application pack please contact Age UK North Craven, Cheapside, Settle, BD23 9EW tel. 01729 823066 and return completed application forms to the same address.

Email: [email protected] or download from http://www.ageuk.org.uk/northcraven/vacancies/

Closing date for applications: 12 noon Thursday 13th April 2017

Interviews: Thursday 27th April 2017

Please note from 3rd April to 12th April please contact Antony Radley, Practice Manager at Dyneley House, Skipton for further information about the post.

The person spec and job description, and application form are fully downloadable from the site above.


Finance Assistant (Part Time)

Central Harrogate

£10 per hour
6-8 hours per week (flexible)

Appaway is the UK’s leading provider of ordering apps to the takeaway industry and we are currently seeking a part-time Finance Assistant to join our team.

You will be responsible for keeping internal systems up to date with financial information and producing financial reports. It is a busy and varied role requiring strong Excel and numeracy skills as well as experience of analysing financial information, producing accurate presentations and reports

You will have a friendly/confident manner with excellent interpersonal and organisational skills.

Working hours are flexible but ideally 6-8 hours per week split over at least two days.

To apply please send a copy of your CV, or a simple summary of your experience, to [email protected]


Project Assistant (Volunteering)

Salary: £15,823 – £17,169

Location: Northallerton

Would you like to support our volunteer coordinators?

We have an exciting opportunity for a volunteering support worker to operate alongside our Development & Outreach team volunteer coordinators, ensuring they have everything they need to deliver our highly regarded volunteering service.

The main purpose of the development and outreach team is to drive improvement across our waste and countryside services. Our volunteers are at the forefront of this initiative and we need people like you to help our volunteers make this happen.

Our development and outreach team works with both waste awareness and countryside volunteers.Both volunteer teams are undergoing change as we try to work with more volunteer groups and to expand the reach of what we do. As such you will be joining us at a very exciting but challenging time.

As a volunteering support worker you will have the opportunity to assist our coordinators in managing the volunteer network and maximising the opportunities for volunteers to assist in service delivery.In providing support you will enable the delivery of the volunteer service and to allow new innovative projects to be developed.

We pride ourselves in promoting staff development and offer superb training. We provide on-going support to our volunteering support workers, allowing them to gain the skills needed to progress into a volunteer coordinator role.

As a local authority we can offer you a comprehensive benefits package including generous annual leave entitlements, a local government pension scheme, flexible working, salary sacrifice and continuous personal development.

North Yorkshire benefits from easy connectivity to the A1M, M62, A19, A64 providing convenient connectivity to vibrant cities such as Durham, Teesside, Darlington, Newcastle, York, Leeds, and a little over two hours commute on the main train line to London.
England’s largest county, it includes the stunning Yorkshire Dales and North Yorkshire Moors National Parks, three Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty, the Pennines and a picturesque coastline around Scarborough, Whitby and Filey. We have cultural market towns such Harrogate, Thirsk, Ripon & Northallerton; offering the best of the modern and tradition, all in all a very special place where there really is something for everyone.

If you would like to play a key part in our volunteering initiative we would like to hear from you!

For more information please contact Kerry Green, Development & Outreach Team Leader on 01609 533090.

To apply please visit www.nyccjobs.co.uk

Key dates

Closing Date: Sunday 2nd April

Interview Date: Wednesday 12th April


Learning Disability Community Support

Learning Disability Community Support

with Ripon Community Link

A dynamic community-based support service for people with learning difficulties,

“enabling people to achieve their life goals”

Community Support Assistants (Link): Full-time and/or part-time available

Salary: £15,807 – £16,491 per annum, NJC Scale 11-13.

A resourceful, patient, calm and caring support worker, with a strong ethos of enabling others, able to use their initiative to lead planned activities within Ripon Community Link and in accessing community facilities; a good team worker able to use their own initiative.

Support Assistants – Relief (Link and/or Walled Garden): negotiable hours, apply any time.

A great opportunity to enable others to thrive in community based learning and activities, whether gardening, cooking, sport, art, literacy, or much more. You will be working with a group of people with learning difficulties engaged in an activity in line with your interests and skills, enabling them to achieve their life goals and in some of our enterprises also delivering products or services to customers.

Ripon Community Link provides a day time support service for people with learning difficulties, offering a wide range of community-based activities and opportunities. Our aims are to maximise independence, health, well-being, skills and fulfilment for our members.

We are based across three sites: two in Ripon centre and also Ripon Walled Garden, our local garden nursery with shop, café and garden maintenance business.

Closing date for applications: Tuesday 4th April 2017 at 4pm

Proposed Interview date: Wednesday 12th April 2017

For more information and an application pack, please contact [email protected].

For informal discussion contact Louise Bowman on 01765 609034 or Lindsay Tanner on 01765 607461