Jobs For Parents Harrogate

Are you looking for a part time or flexible job in the Harrogate area?  Are you looking for a job that fits in around school hours? Returning to work after having children can be a daunting prospect however there are flexible jobs in Harrogate & Knaresborough 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.

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Customer Service Administrator

Due to a growth in the business a permanent position is available for a Customer Service Administrator, commencing immediately and based at Hornbeam Park, Harrogate.

The job involves responding to queries from customers via the phone, email, web chat and our website. Preparing and dispatching our product to customers. Performing updates to customer records and other general office task.

The ideal candidate would have a full understanding of our business by studying the website www.emovis-tag.co.uk and be comfortable talking to customers on the phone and using web-based computer systems (full training will be provided) and have a confident but friendly manner with good attention to detail.

The hours are flexible and can be agreed to fit round existing commitments, such as school run times.

Our office is open Mon-Fri 9am – 5pm, excluding bank holidays

Part time hours 5 days a week to fit round existing commitments available

Job Types: Full-time, Part-time, Permanent

Apply with CV, to HR@emovis-tag.co.uk

www.emovis-tag.co.uk

Benefits

Salary: £19,240 pa (37 hr week) flexible by agreement

Part time hours to fit round existing commitments available

20 days annual leave (37hr week) + bank holidaysA friendly, supportive, and energetic working environmentFlexible working hours to fit round youAnnual discretionary bonus

Regular free works nights outJob Location:  Emovis Tag, Unit 10, Hornbeam House (@the Innovation Centre) Hornbeam Park,


Sixth Form Study Centre Supervisor

Permanent. Part-time, 30.5 hours a week with 30 minute unpaid lunch break.

Term time only plus training days

Local government pension and access to a wider reward package of staff benefits.

Harrogate Grammar School is an ambitious, high-achieving, 11-18 mixed comprehensive academy with the full ability range of students. We have a large Sixth Form with over 600 students and have an impressive track record in providing all students with the highest quality of experience and in teaching for success in numerous subjects.

We are seeking to recruit an enthusiastic, well organised and conscientious colleague to join our Sixth From team, someone who will facilitate private study by supervising the study centre, ensuring students are registered, that the highest standards of behaviour are maintained and work set is completed and all students are fully supported.

We would be interested to hear from you if you:

• Are a strong team player with admin and analytical skills

• Able to demonstrate a commitment to students

• Have a keen desire to maintain high professional standards

• Have a high standard of honesty and integrity

• Have strong communication skills and are self motivated and driven to provide the best possible customer service

What can Harrogate Grammar School offer you?

• A clear set of school values and a strong culture of respect which underpins everything we do, making our school a fantastic place to work

• A clear set of school values and a strong culture of respect which underpins everything we do, making our school a fantastic place to work

• Great facilities, resources and a positive working environment

• Free onsite parking

• A supportive culture offering a wide range of wellbeing initiatives

• Harrogate Grammar School, as part of the Red Kite Learning Trust offers fantastic professional development opportunities for staff

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We now want your help to enable us to go beyond ‘outstanding’ and help us to live up to our motto of ‘excellence for all.’

For more details and access to our on-line application please go to: www.rklt.co.uk/vacancies or please contact our HR Team by telephone on: 01423 531127 or emailing: recruitment@rklt.co.uk

The closing date for submitting applications is 9am on the 24 June 2022. Successful candidates will be invited to take part in our recruitment process shortly after the closing date.


Data and Exams Administration Officer

Harrogate Grammar School, part of Red Kite Learning Trust

Contract: Permanent. Term time only plus 2 weeks and training days

Hours: Full time 37 hours a week

FTE salary: £19,650 – £20,852 per annum

Actual salary: £ 17,590 For more information on our school: www.harrogategrammar.co.uk

Harrogate Grammar School is an ‘outstanding’ state 11-18 mixed comprehensive school rich in history, dating back to 1903. With over 2000 students and 260 staff at our school, our reputation for excellence is widely recognised and we have an absolute commitment to ensuring that all our young people benefit from what the school has to offer. Every child really does matter and we work hard to encourage students to be the best that they can be. We want all our students to become kind, healthy, knowledgeable and productive individuals who go on and make a profound contribution to society.

We are seeking to recruit an enthusiastic, well organised individual to join a small, friendly, supportive and incredibly busy team of data professionals based at Harrogate Grammar School. Responsible for assisting with student data and reporting the work of the Data and Exams Office for our outstanding school. You would be our key MIS user, enjoy the challenge of complex data, meeting deadlines and keeping a smooth flow of information from external agencies and other sources.

We are looking for someone who:

· has a working knowledge of MIS and experience of using data.

· high level numeracy and literacy skills.

· is able to work to high levels of accuracy and work independently.

· is a strong communicator able to collaborate with others.

As a member of our Trust, you will benefit from:

· being part of a truly collaborative trust, working with professional generosity and towards our shared mission of; nurturing ambition, delivering excellence and enriching children’s lives.

· our Trust commitment to continued investment in our people, supporting every member of staff throughout their career to be the best they can be.

· a clear set of values, a celebration of equality and diversity and a working environment built on respect, kindness and promotion of positive wellbeing.

We are pleased to offer a generous benefits package including; excellent pension scheme, £5k cycle to work scheme, discounted gym, family health, private medical insurance and dental care plans, discounts and online offers at major high street/online retailers and our employee assistance programme accessible by you and your family.

Data and Exams Admin Officer role profile

Next steps

For further information, please contact recruitment@rklt.co.uk For access to our recruitment guidelines and our online application form click here


Careers Adviser

Harrogate Grammar School, part of Red Kite Learning Trust

Contract: Permanent.

Hours: Full time or part time opportunity.

Full Time Equivalent salary: Band 9 (SCP 17 – 22). £24,920 – £27,514.

Term time only plus 1 week plus training days. For more information on our school: www.harrogategrammar.co.uk.

Harrogate Grammar School is an ‘outstanding’ state 11-18 mixed comprehensive school rich in history, dating back to 1903. With over 2000 students and 260 staff at our school, our reputation for excellence is widely recognised and we have an absolute commitment to ensuring that all our young people benefit from what the school has to offer. Every child really does matter and we work hard to encourage students to be the best that they can be. We want all our students to become kind, healthy, knowledgeable and productive individuals who go on and make a profound contribution to society.

We are seeking to appoint a well-qualified and enthusiastic careers adviser to bring their skillset and experience to our outstanding careers programme. The post holder will provide independent careers guidance so students are fully prepared for the next stages of their education. The post holder will build strong relationships with staff, external agencies, businesses and other stakeholders. We seek an exceptional individual who will support career development and maximise employability of our students.

We are looking for someone who;

· Has a passion for making a difference to the life chances of all young people.

· Has experience of offering information, advice and guidance to young people aged 11-18 and supporting students to reach aspirational destinations.

· Has the ability to work flexibly and collaboratively as part of a team as well as on their own.

· Has excellent communication, presentation and organisational skills.

As a member of our Trust, you will benefit from:

· being part of a truly collaborative trust, working with professional generosity and towards our shared mission of; Nurturing ambition, delivering excellence and enriching children’s lives

· our Trust commitment to continued investment in our people, supporting every member of staff throughout their career to be the best they can be

· a clear set of values, a celebration of equality and diversity and a working environment built on respect, kindness and promotion of positive wellbeing

We are pleased to offer a generous benefits package including; excellent pension scheme, £5k cycle to work scheme, discounted gym, family health, private medical insurance and dental care plans, discounts and online offers at major high street/online retailers and our employee assistance programme accessible by you and your family.

Careers Adviser role profile_June 2022

Next steps

For further information, please contact recruitment@rklt.co.uk

Closing date: Noon on 4 July 2020 For access to our recruitment guidelines and our online application form click here


Teaching and Learning Assistant

Permanent contract FTE £18,933 – £19,698 per annum

Actual £14,119 – £14,689 per annum based on 32.33 hours p/w

Term time + training days

Would you like to work with fantastic young people who are committed to their learning and proud to be part of Harrogate Grammar School?

We are an ambitious, high achieving, 11-18 mixed comprehensive school and part of the Red Kite Learning Trust. Our Learning Support Faculty ensure that any additional needs are identified as soon as possible to enable appropriate assessment, advice and support can be put in place without delay with the full involvement of Students and their families. We now have a new role to join our team of dedicated Teaching and Learning Assistants.

Our role will involve…

· Work directly with individual students or groups of students according to their needs and agreed programmes

· Developing positive working relationships across school to support student learning, inclusion and achievement

· Preparation of materials and resources to improve outcomes for students

We would love to hear from you if you…

· Are self-motivated, optimistic and enjoy the opportunity to work with young people

· Have a good understanding of young people’s development and learning processes

· Work positively and collaboratively as part of a team

· Have good IT, numeracy and literacy skills

· Possess a drive to provide the best possible education standards and service to students

As one of our Teaching and Learning Assistants you can expect…

· A competitive salary package incl. local government pension, long service benefits, free parking and local and national benefits

· Great facilities and resources in our outstanding school

· Ongoing opportunities for development within our school and/or one of our 13 Trust schools

For more details and access to our on-line application form, please visit www.rklt.co.uk/vacancies

Closing date: 4 July 2022 at noon

Teaching and Learning Assistant Support Pack July 22

We look forward to hearing from you!

Harrogate Grammar School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of students and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. The successful applicant will be required to undertake an Enhanced Disclosure via the DBS. Headteacher Mr N Renton.


Supply Chain Manager

Mare Nostrum Group is an experienced, full-service publishing company providing distribution, sales, marketing, data management, We are recruiting for a supply chain manager who will be responsible for stock management of books, order placement, and the management of logistics suppliers & costs.

Required skills and experience· Minimum 2 years’ experience in a supply chain role or similar.Proficient use of Microsoft Excel. Attention to detail and ability to work to deadlines

For more information on the vacancy please email oliviasmith@mare-nostrum.co.uk


Pantomime Dancers

We’re Looking For Pantomime Dancers!
Harrogate Theatre is looking for 12 chorus dancers to bring the magic to the party in our traditional family pantomime, Aladdin, this Christmas.
Our choreographer, David Lee, will be holding auditions on Sunday 17 July at 1pm at Harrogate Theatre.
We warmly welcome young people (of all gender identities) who are aged 13 – 17.
Apply now to be part of Harrogate’s most magical festive celebration!
Download an application form via our website.

SEN Care support worker- Term Time Only

Henshaws College, HarrogateClosing date: Tuesday, 21st Jun 2022

Salary £10.00 per hour (Over-time paid at £11.00 per hour)Hours Full/Part-time hours available, Weekend and Evening cover required (fixed shifts)(Example of shifts available: 7:30am-4:30pm, 8:30am-4:30pm, 12noon-10pm, 4:00pm-10:00pm)Weeks 38 (Term time only)Annual Leave 25 days plus 10 days bank holiday (pro-rata for part-time/term time)Contract PermanentLocation HarrogateDBS Enhanced with child barring – Paid for by Henshaws

Working as a SEN Care support worker no two days are the same!

During the day you will be supporting our students in college to access their individual education programmes which may involve math and English lessons, living skills such as shopping, going to the gym or learning to cook. In the evenings and at weekends it’s time for our students to kick back and relax with pizza nights, going to the local pub for a drink and a game of pool, cinema and so much more. Our young people know how to have fun!

Henshaws is a registered charity which provides support, choice, and opportunity for young adults (16-24) with a range of disabilities and behavioural needs to access our SEN College in a residential setting.

We are a values-led, not-for-profit organisation that places a real emphasis on enabling our students to go beyond expectations.

At Henshaws we understand that work life balance is central to our happiness and wellbeing. That is why we offer up to 4 paid days off per year for unforeseen emergency domestic situations, enhanced sick pay, long service awards of up to £750, Employee assistance programme offering staff a free range of financial, legal and wellbeing resources including 6 counselling sessions free of charge.

Why choose to work for Henshaws?

We recently asked our staff what made them happy at work… Here are just a few of their comments.

‘I truly believe we make a difference every day and I love the people I work with’

‘Being part of a charity that improves peoples’ lives’

‘Being part of an organisation that does something very worthwhile, seeing colleagues’ dedication to their work and being a part of the team, seeing progress students make, feeling generally appreciated for my work’

‘Good working relationships with colleagues’

‘The students, positive staff, warm environment’

‘Positive working culture, shared values, and having a positive impact on the lives of the people we help’

To gain a full understanding of the role please read the job description and person specification available on-line at www.henshaws.org.uk/jobs or contact the HR department on 01423 814510.

Henshaws Society for Blind People aims to employ a diverse workforce and is committed to equality of employment and welcomes applications from all sectors of the community. This role may require an enhanced DBS check, please refer to the job description for further details.

Registered Charity No: 221888


Fostering North Yorkshire: Hub Community Family Foster Carers

As part of our No Wrong Door project we are looking to recruit new Hub Community Family Foster Carers to our team.

The role would require someone who is available on a full time basis and this is reflected with a generous financial package of circa £39-42k*

Ideally we would want to find someone who has experience to bring to this role –  perhaps you have worked with young people before either in a professional or voluntary capacity?

Or maybe you yourself had a challenging upbringing and are keen to support others to achieve their full potential in life?

Take a look at the role here

or take a look at our website for details of our fostering roles

We hope to hear from you soon!

*Based on a 52 week placement

 

 

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Care workers

Radfield homecare Harrogate.💜 Full time or part time available💜 Flexible working💜 Make a difference to your community💜 £11ph travel paid at the same rate as care. 40p per mile.Must drive and be available alternate weekends.For more informationCall: 01423 608760Email: harrogate@radfieldhomecare.co.uk#WeAreOnYourSide#WeAreProudToCare#WeAreFamily#DareToCare#CareerInCare#HomeCare#BeThere


P/T STIRRD Customer Service & Admin Assistant

STIRRD Customer Service & Admin Assistant

Serious Sweet Company: Brands Team

Location: STIRRD offices, Hornbeam Business Park, Harrogate, Yorkshire

16 hours / week plus statutory breaks; ideally Mon (9am-3pm), Tues (9am-12pm), Wed (9am-1pm) & Fri (9am-12pm)

Some flexibility may apply; Mon, Wed & Fri are essential days

Stirrd was created in 2019. Our ambition – to be a high quality, high experience D2C gourmet English confectionery brand. Simply put, we are deliciousness delivered: moreish treats through your letterbox monthly.

STIRRD is approaching its third anniversary and has already delighted 16,000 customers across the UK with fabulous letterbox confectionery. Our plan is to double sales and eventually launch into retail sales channels. Our product range is gradually expanding in response to customer demand.

We are now looking for additional resource to help and support our customer service &
administration needs, with the remit as follows:

Key Tasks
1) Order information pull and process, spreadsheet management
Actioning customer amends to orders; downloading & sorting orders by product type ready for despatch
2) Message writing, label printing, packing/fulfil & despatch-ready
Hand-writing customer messages, picking stock from warehouse, printing postage labels, label
application, despatch & despatch admin
3) Customer service liaison, query escalation or resolution
Managing customer emails & Amazon queries.
Resolving issues; sending replacement items.
4) Stock and order management/tracking/count
Recording all despatched stock weekly, monthly stock takes of product & packaging
5) Managing Sample Requests
Recording and sending samples for influencers/business leads/collaborations/prizes
6) Occasional marketing task support & team meeting attendance

Key Skills

Strong administration & organisation skills | Team player & great interpersonal skills
Excel literate and able to learn Shopify & system administration capabilities
Previous relevant experience a plus

To apply, please email your CV to Rachael@areyoustirrd.co.uk

 


Part time Office Manager role

Summary

The Office Manager is a part time role to facilitate and support the HealthBid Team. We are a small but growing team with a great culture, and this role offers a part-time opportunity to help us work more effectively.

As a part-time role, the anticipated hours are 15 hours per week. We are flexible as to when these are worked across the week, subject to agreement.

Detailed Description

The Office Manager is trusted with the seamless running of the office, both physical and virtual.

They will be responsible for tasks from different aspects of the team, including:

  • Administration of HR issues, including new starters and leavers
  • In conjunction with the MD, liaising with our HR and payroll services to resolve any administrative issues
  • Approving expenses for the team
  • First-line IT support, and liaison with outsourced IT support services
  • Central co-ordination of recruitment
  • Leading on induction planning
  • Leading on relationship with TOG (office landlord/management company)
  • Administration of our associates
  • Diary and main events list
  • Accommodation and transport booking
  • Managing some team administration tasks, such as organising office social activities
  • Ordering equipment for the office
  • Organisation of Board meetings, including taking minutes

The role will also involve attend weekly team meetings, as appropriate and in accordance with agreed working days, including:

  • MD’s meeting
  • Heads Out

Within the context of the wider team, the individual will remain agile to support colleagues as the need arises.

Person Specification

The successful candidate will have the following attributes:

Essential

  • Excellent organisational and time management skills
  • Confident, with an ability to problem solve and be proactive
  • Solid skills in using Microsoft software
  • Ability to be discreet with confidential matters
  • Good note taking skills

They will also need to be able to commute to Leeds city centre.

The HealthBid Culture

We are really proud of our culture at HealthBid, and have an active, engaged team working both in the office and from home. We’re keen to work with someone who adds to our culture and aligns to our values, bringing their own personality and experience to the mix.

healthbid.co.uk

Reports to: Manging Director
Hours: 15 per week
Salary: £28,000 pro rata
Holiday: 25 days pro rata
Location: The role will be primarily based in the office in central Leeds, with scope for working from home as appropriate.
To Apply: Send your CV and covering letter to tom.sheppard@healthbid.co.uk


Childcare Play worker

Tree Tops Clubs are recruiting for a Childcare Play worker at our Breakfast and After School Club at Ashville Harrogate College Green Lane Harrogate HG2 9JP

Days and hours between:Monday – Friday (7:30am to 8:30am) Breakfast Club Term TimeMonday – Friday (3:45pm to 6:00pm) After School Club Term Time

About UsTree Tops clubs have been operating in London, Surrey, Berkshire, West Sussex, and Hampshire since 2015 with breakfast, after school and holiday clubs in various locations. Tree Tops is part of the UK Childcare Group, and the company is growing and expanding which creates amazing job opportunities within our settings.Our Managing Director has been working in the childcare industry for the last 9 years and is passionate about providing high quality, fun, safe and affordable childcare for working parents within our schools.

We follow safer recruitment practices, and our staff team are DBS checked and have various company training such as Safeguarding, Prevent, FGM, Food Hygiene and Paediatric First Aid training. Our aim is for the children to have a fun, safe environment with plenty of opportunities for play, make friends and to be themselves.

Are you??· Creative & Imaginative· Good at communicating & have a talent to interact with children· Enthusiastic & a ‘get up and go’ type of person· Willing to Learn,· Experienced in Childcare,· Ready to have fun,· Understanding & Caring· Willing to undergo required training & ongoing personal/professional development

Do you have??· Understanding to show initiative,· Leadership skills,· The ability to adapt to children’s needs,· Understanding of confidentiality· Leadership Skills

The Childcare Play worker role includes supervising playworkers on site, setting up activities for children to optionally take part in, leading by example and providing high standards of care while supervising the children, always ensuring their safety, engaging with them in aspects of play and conversation and provide regular feedback to children, parents, and staff. You will also be required to complete and record all necessary club admin as required.

Qualifications and Experience:· Level 3 Qualification in Childcare – Desirable but not essential· Minimum 2 years’ experience as a Play worker in a childcare setting or at Holiday Clubs – Desirable but not essential

You will be fully supported in your role by an established provider of out of school care. In addition to excellent rates of pay, we offer great incentives for the right person and the company also invest in our staff training and development.

This company is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and expects all staff to share this commitment. We also follow safer recruitment practices and therefore ask all applicants to complete our application form once short listed.

Job Types: Part-time, PermanentSalary: £10.00 – £13.00 per hour

Send your covering letter and CV to amy.parry@ukchildcaregroup.co.uk


Party Tent Hire Business For Sale

Sale due to personal circumstances.

Bluebell Party Tents was established in 2014, offering bell tents as the perfect venue for any occasion such as children’s parties, sleepovers, baby showers, hen parties, anniversaries, christenings and other special celebrations. Bluebell Party Tents are currently operating from Knaresborough, North Yorkshire and cover an area of around 30 miles. All tents are erected and decorated on site, and taken away at the end of the booked time.

The sale comprises all the business assets including 2 large bell tents, airbeds, bedding, small tables, seating pods, decorations e.g. flower garlands, bunting etc, light garlands and lots of themed accessories. Full list of inventory is available upon request. The business sale also includes the website (www.bluebellpartytents.co.uk), a company Facebook page with only 5-star reviews (https://www.facebook.com/BluebellPartyTents/reviews/) and an Instagram page.

The business would either be a fantastic add on to a current operation or an ideal start up for someone. The owner is able to run the business hours as and when it suits them best.

The hire season usually runs between 1 April and 31 October, however, orders have been placed for as early as February and as late as November. During the school holidays the tents can potentially be booked out 7 days per week. Repeat bookings are very common.

Offers invited – please email info@bluebellpartytents.co.uk to find out more or to arrange a discussion.


Team Leader/Support Worker Role

6 hours a week£11 per hourHome working with some face to face when required, expenses, laptop and mobile phone provided.If you would like to talk about this role or have any questions, please be in touch with Katy Raven 07966161299 katyravenasbah@gmail.com

NWY ASBAH provide peer support, befriending, signposting, and advocacy, for people and families living in North & West Yorkshire who have, or are, affected by Spina Bifida and/or HydrocephalusResponsible to the Project Manager, the team leader/support worker, will take responsibility for the ASBAH members located in the York, Wetherby, Harrogate district. Team leader/support workers will also be supported by NWY ASBAH volunteers.Duties and Responsibilities• The team leaders will make regular welfare and befriending calls to their group.• They will pass on information about our internal activities and peer support groups.• They will research and pass on information about appropriate other services and groups relevant or required by their team.• They will assist in co-delivering the peer support groups with volunteers and the projects manager with the expectation of:• A weekly online peer support group: For adult members• Weekly social media group communication: For teens• Holiday online activity: For children• 8 x face to face group support meetings and workshops: For parents, carers, siblings, and members in their team over the course of a year• To support 8 x subsidised activities in the region over the course of a year• To support and represent NWY ASBAH at clinics in Leeds and Bradford Hospitals• The team leaders will report weekly to the project manager.• They will feedback the needs of the members and be invited to represent their group at the trustee meetings.The team leaders will be required to attend regular CPD as provided by NWY ASBAH and will need to have some basic IT skills.Person Specification

This role will suit a compassionate self-starter who is good at working independently and passionate about providing support.No specific experience is necessary, however any skills from the charity and caring sectors would be preferred.We are keen to recruit people who reside within the communities they will be supporting and encourage applications from marginalised and underrepresented groups.Please send CV’S to katyravenasbah@gmail.com by 20th of May 2022. Interviews to be held on Friday 27th of May.North and West Yorkshire Association for Spina Bifida and HydrocephalusRegistered Charity : 252129GOOK LUCK!


National Citizen Service (NCS) Assistant Team Leader – 2 Weeks

Harrogate Town AFC Community Foundation are looking for passionate individuals, ready to build up their experience with a demanding role as part of an exciting summer NCS programme. This role is suitable for a dynamic and confident person with experience of working with groups of young people, who are able to both motivate them and command respect. NCS is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity open to all 16 & 17 year-olds in England that helps them build skills for work and life, whilst taking on new challenges and meeting new friends. The groups are composed of approximately 12-16 young people, with the Assistant Team Leader expected to work under the direction of the NCS

Manager and assist with pastoral care and support of young people. Previous experience would be welcome but is not essential. For further details about the NCS Programme you can visit http://www.wearencs.com

 

Candidate Pack: NCS Assistant Team Leader- Job Description Summer 2022

If you have any questions, please email: community@harroatetownafc.com


National Citizen Service (NCS) Team Leader – 2 Weeks

Harrogate Town AFC Community Foundation are looking for passionate individuals, ready to build up their experience with a demanding role as part of an exciting summer NCS programme. This role is suitable for a dynamic and confident person with experience of working with groups of young people, who are able to both motivate them and command respect. NCS is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity open to all 16 & 17 year-olds in England that helps them build skills for work and life, whilst taking on new challenges and meeting new friends. The groups are composed of approximately 12-16 young people, with the Team Leader expected to work under the direction of the NCS Manager and assist with the pastoral care and support of young people. Previous experience would be welcome but is not essential. For further details about the NCS Programme you can visit http://www.wearencs.com

 

Candidate Pack: NCS Team Leader – Job Description Summer 2022

If you have any questions, please email: community@harroatetownafc.com


Graphic Design Officer (P/T)

We are looking for a Graphic Design Officer to join our busy marketing team and drive forward Harrogate Theatre’s visual identity and creative campaign activity. Key responsibilities include designing digital graphics and promotional material for print and display as well as undertaking other design activity for Harrogate Theatre’s programme of events and wider portfolio.

Part time: 3 days per week (22.5 hours)
Salary: £21,500 per annum pro rata
Deadline for applications: Monday 16th May with interviews taking place week commencing Monday 23rd May.

 

Apply online.


Looking for a new direction? How about fostering?

Fostering North YorkshireLooking for a new direction?

Could you help a child or young person with complex problems turn their life around?

Fostering North Yorkshire wants to recruit foster carers with previous experience of working with children or young people with a range of complex issues.

Could you help a young person reach their full potential in both home and school life?

In return we offer a great package of training and support, plus development opportunities and tax free payments.

For example, our advanced level foster carers can receive over £25k per annum, based on a 52 week placement, for a child aged 11-15.

Want to know more?

www.northyorks.gov.uk/fostering

Facebook.com/FosteringNorthYorkshire/

email: fostering@northyorks.gov.uk


THE LITTLE GYM IS RECRUITING!

Do you know someone energetic and fun who is looking for a new part-time opportunity working evenings and weekends? We are looking for an enthusiastic individual who enjoys sports such as gymnastics, parkour or acrobatics or is particularly good at turning their hand to most sports! The successful applicant will be trained to teach our gymnastics based curriculum to children. For the right individual, this could even turn into a full time job with a great career progression working for an international franchise. Most importantly, we’re looking for someone with a great can-do attitude and a love of children.
Here at The Little Gym of Leeds, Harrogate & York, we’re committed to providing a safe, clean environment for children of all ages to burn energy, build confidence, make friends, and most importantly have FUN!Is this the role for you? We’re hiring for part-time staff in Leeds, Harrogate and York!  Click the link below to get in touch!
Leeds  Join The Team Form | The Little Gym Leeds | LS17 5NY
 
York Join The Team Form | The Little Gym York | YO32 9AF
 
Harrogate Join The Team Form | The Little Gym Harrogate | HG3 1RY

Harrogate Mumbler Volunteers – various roles

Harrogate Mumbler is growing at such a rate that I need your help!

We have big plans for 2022 and it’s essential that we keep everything on the website bang up to date, as well as creating new areas and reporting on the best of Harrogate & Knaresborough’s events and activities for families – so we can help as many parents in our area as possible.

We are therefore looking for a number of volunteers who love Harrogate Mumbler and want to be a part of helping it fulfil it’s potential.

We have opportunities for a range of skills and a variety of time commitments from one-off jobs to a more regular (5-10 hours per week) commitments.

Currently we have the following volunteer roles (these could be individual roles or a combination of a few)

  • Researcher – we are creating new areas of the website and need to ensure that we have captured all the information available – this will be mainly computer based research but will also involve calling relevant people / organisations and making lists of the information ready to be included in the website. (expenses will be covered)
  • Facebook Admins – directing people to the relevant areas of the website for their question / enquiry and helping keep our lovely chat page on track.
  • Guest Blog Writers – this includes reviewing local attractions, restaurants or shops etc for Mumbler as well as other useful and interesting blogs for the parents of Harrogate & Knaresborough.

All roles will be entirely flexible – working from home around the needs of your family.

To apply to be part of the Harrogate Mumbler Family just e-mail sally@mumbler.co.uk and answer the following questions:

  1. Why do you want to volunteer for Harrogate Mumbler?
  2. Which of the role(s) are you interested in?
  3. How would your boss (past or present) describe you in no more than 10 words?
  4. How many hours per week would you ideally like to volunteer for?

Thanks and I’m looking forward to hearing from you!

Sally


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