Job Vacancies Selby, Tadcaster and Goole

Temporary Fitness Instructor – Selby Leisure Centre

You will support the Assistant Manager in delivering and driving our core gym and studio products, such as Gym Inductions, 121 Consultations, Programme Reviews, Fitness Assessments and Personal Training. The ability or future commitment to deliver group exercise and small group training would be very desirable in this job role.

Salary: £15,482 or £15,839 in-line with National Living Wage (age 25+) – £16,228 per annum (pro rata for part-time) Hours: 15 hours per week
Temporary opportunity until appox September 2019
Closing Date: 30th June 2019

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Customer Service Assistant – Selby Leisure Centre

We require a Customer Service Assistant to welcome and greet our members and ensure that any queries are either resolved or channelled in the correct direction, whereby enhancing the members experience.
You will be managing all bookings and incoming telephone calls and dealing with each call effectively and in a prompt manner and ensuring face-to-face enquiries are quickly responded and acted upon. You will also be required to prepare and set up equipment ready for use and assist with other general duties such as stock replenishment and cleaning ensuring standards are maintained.

Salary: £14,579 per annum OR:
£14,855 per annum in-line with National Minimum Wage (age 21+)
£15,839 per annum in-line with National Living Wage Allowance (age 25+)
Hours: 24.37 hours per week
Closing Date: 26th June 2019

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Temporary Fitness Instructor – Selby Leisure Centre

You will support the Assistant Manager in delivering and driving our core gym and studio products, such as Gym Inductions, 121 Consultations, Programme Reviews, Fitness Assessments and Personal Training. The ability or future commitment to deliver group exercise and small group training would be very desirable in this job role.

Salary: £15,482 or £15,839 in-line with National Living Wage (age 25+) – £16,228 per annum (pro rata for part-time) Hours: 15 hours per week
Temporary opportunity until appox September 2019
Closing Date: 30th June 2019

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3RPhysiotherapy

Are you ready to join our expanding and dynamic team?
Applicants are invited to apply with any of the skills below:
-Physiotherapist (2 years post-grad MSK experience essential – experience in a private clinic is desirable but not essential).
-Personal Trainer (willing to work with individuals and groups).
-Sports Masseur
Successful applicants will be based upon:
-Experience
-Exceptional knowledge of Clinical Reasoning and rehabilitation skills.
-Good communicator to both Patients and colleagues
-Punctuality and excellent work ethic.
-Flexibility.
-Vision to drive your career & 3RPhysiotherapy forward.
-References
We are looking for experienced people to join our team during the week and/or the weekend, evenings included.  Hours are flexible and negotiable upon successful interview.  You will work out of one of our clinics – Garforth Leisure Centre – Xercise4Less – Moor Allerton Golf Club
You will be required to actively develop your own client base working on a self-employed basis, help will be given in this area if required.
Rate of pay will be a percentage based upon knowledge, skills and experience.
To apply send your CVC to: info@3RPhysiotherapy.co.uk.
For more information on the positions advertised contact Paul on 07950 930 133 or info@3RPhysiotherapy.co.uk

University of York – ‘I hear your emotions’ project is looking for participants

York Developmental Social Neuroscience Lab (University of York) invites 1- to 12-months-old babies and their parents to participate in the project ‘I hear your emotions’.

Detecting and telling apart the emotions shown by the people around us is a crucial skill for our social lives. Our project focuses on understanding how the baby brain develops to detect and differentiate between different emotions expressed in the voice. By discovering how babies learn about others’ emotions, we hope to find out how to foster children’s social and emotional wellbeing.

Participating in this project involves one visit to the University of York. During the research session, your baby will hear voices of other babies or of adults with different emotional intonations (e.g., happy, sad, angry). In order to record how the brain responds to these sounds, your baby will wear a special hat with sensors embedded in it (like the one shown in the picture). The hat is specifically designed for babies and it is comfortable to wear. The sensors are not harmful. They only capture the weak signal coming from the brain, in a similar way to the sensors present in smart watches for recording the heart activity. The research session lasts approximately one hour and you will be with your baby at all times.
Parents receive £10 to support the trip to the University of York and babies receive a small gift as a token of our appreciation for their help. We also provide free parking in case you decide to travel by car.

If you have a baby 1- to 12-months-old and are interested to take part in the project, please sign-up by filling in the form HERE.

The information you provide will be stored securely and will not be shared with anyone outside our team.
Filling in the form does not mean you consent to participate. We will soon get in touch with more details about the project, and then you can decide whether you would like to schedule a research session at a date and time that suits you.

In case you would like to find out more before signing up, please contact us at: psychology-dsn-lab@york.ac.uk

We are looking forward to hearing from you!


Become a Tutor with Smiles&Miles Tutoring

Do you have a passion for teaching and a commitment to making a positive difference to childrens’ learning experiences?

If you are a teacher then the answer will be yes because that’s what we all came into the world of education to do- to enable children to become life-long, resilient learners who grasp every opportunity to learn something new. At Smiles&Miles, we pride ourselves in providing enjoyable learning experiences designed to boost our students’ confidence and academic progress. Happy learners are successful learners and that’s at the heart of what we do. Do you share this philosophy? If you do then we would love you to come on board and tutor with us!

Smiles&Miles Tutoring is looking for Secondary Maths, English and Science tutors and Primary tutors to work one to one with students on a self employed basis. We cover the York, Selby and Tadcaster areas with plans to expand to Leeds and Harrogate.

Ideal applicants will:

*Be fully qualified teachers with recent experience of the Secondary or Primary curriculum.
*Have recent enhanced DBS check clearance.
*Have good communication skills.
*Be dedicated to making a positive difference to students’ academic progress and enjoyment of learning.
*Have a good understanding of the different teaching and learning strategies that help children to acheive learning success.
*Be willing to obtain Public Liability Insurance.

Smiles&Miles Tutoring can offer you:

*Excellent rates of pay.
*Flexible working hours- you choose how often you’d like to work.
*All initial liasing with parents and invoicing carried out by Smiles&Miles Tutoring- tutors are matched to students in terms of subject and year group preference and location.
*Resources provided to the students.
*Smiles&Miles Tutoring carries out all of the marketing to increase your chance of getting work.
*Access to free CPD.
*Termly social events.
*If you do not have a recent enhanced DBS check, you can apply for one through Smiles&Miles Tutoring.

How it works

* Contact us
* We take a few details and arrange an informal interview to meet you and check documents
* You let us know the days and times you’re available to tutor and how many students you’d like to work with
* We match you to students in terms of subjects, age and location
* We give you the details of a student along with the parents’ number which you call to introduce yourself before the student’s first session with you
* We send you the books and stationery we provide for the students
* Parents pay Smiles&Miles directly and we pay you an hourly rate for which you invoice us weekly or monthly.
* Smiles&Miles will contact you once each term to see how the sessions are going, offer advice and answer any questions you may have.

Testimonials from Smiles&Miles tutors

“Working with Smiles and Miles has been an amazing experience. It’s truly lovely to hear from children and parents that our sessions are making a difference to their confidence and school life!” James KS1 AND KS2 tutor.

“I have very much enjoyed my experience tutoring through Smiles and Miles. It is great to be able to really understand the difficulties a child is having with their work, and to spend time on overcoming those problem areas, through learning activities that are truly tailored to the individual. Seeing children grow in confidence as they progress gives me a feeling of satisfaction, and the rewards of seeing children happy in their learning and becoming more motivated to “have a go” is a level of job satisfaction that is hard to come by.”

Hazel KS1 and KS2 tutor

“It’s really rewarding work with a small group of children or individuals as their progress is evident very quickly. It is also so refreshing to teach without a PowerPoint and it really enhances your ability to explain key concepts and ideas.”

Ellie GCSE French tutor.

T: 07741 252114

E: saraholiver456@gmail.com

Volunteers wanted to help out with Sewerby Squirrels

The continuing popularity of the ‘Sewerby Squirrels’ sessions on Monday mornings at Sewerby Hall and Gardens means that organisers are looking for more volunteers to help with the weekly sessions.

Aimed at under fives and their families, the sessions are held in the Orangery from 10am -11.30am, every Monday during East Riding term time.

All the sessions feature themed activities based on seasonal events, Edwardian life, and exhibits on display at the venue.

Under Fives Learning Co-ordinator Lucy Cooke said : “We are absolutely delighted with the continued success of Sewerby Squirrels, and we are now looking for more volunteers to come and help to maintain and perhaps expand the sessions still further.

“We are looking for people who are willing to help with a range of activities on Monday mornings! Enthusiasm will count for a great deal, and we are ideally looking for a commitment to coming along on a weekly basis.”

Volunteer Judy Moore added : “Whether you’re welcoming and chatting with parents and carers or playing with the children as they explore the structured activities, helping out at Sewerby Squirrels is a very enjoyable and rewarding experience.”

Anybody wanting to apply to volunteer to help with the Sewerby Squirrels sessions should visit www.sewerbyhall.co.uk, phone (01262) 673796, or email sewerby.hall@eastriding.gov.uk.


University of York – Study Participants Required


Bettys York – Various part-time positions

We are looking to fill various part-time positions here at Bettys York;

 


Independent Usborne Organiser – Usborne Books

⭐WORK FROM HOME OPPORTUNITY⭐

Would you love to work flexibly around your family, earning money whilst still being there for important milestones, birthdays, and everyday special moments? Work from home with Usborne Books and do just that.

For just £48 you get a starter kit containing £150 worth of books and stationary to get you off to a flying start and constant group and one to one support on your journey.

No minimum monthly orders and no pressure.

Being an Usborne Organiser has given me the chance to receive FREE books and go on many days out with my family, also the chance to promote literacy in schools and help put books into the hands of lots of children!

Experience/Skills Required: None

Hours: Fully flexible

How To Apply: Please contact me on the telephone number or email address provided for further information/to apply

Email: bobby.watson.frank@gmail.com
Telephone:: 07807 059171

 

 


York Child Contact Centre – Volunteers Required

York Child Contact Centre offers an excellent service to parents when relationships have broken down. We provide a safe and welcoming venue where children can maintain and re-establish a relationship with their non residential parent. The Centre is run from Acomb Parish Church Hall. We have a large and well equipped room with toys and equipment which is available for the users of the Centre. Several families use the Centre at a time. Residential parents can bring their children to the Centre confident that their children will be safe and well looked after whilst in the care of the other parent.

Working once or twice a month for 3 hours on a Saturday , volunteers are essential in helping to run our supported contact sessions, providing a safe and calming environment for the families visiting . As a volunteer you will work as part of a team , supporting staff and service users, greeting and engaging with families as well as observing contact.

we have various opportunities for training and offer flexibility in the rota to suit your needs. Please contact us by email or phone to find out more information.

T: 07904586206
E: ccc.york@googlemail.com


Casual Activity Assistants – Summit Indoor Adventure – Various Hours – Casual

We are looking for Casual Activity Assistants to work within the Summit Indoor Adventure.

If you have a passion, an interest or experience in bowling, skating, climbing, children’s adventure play, children/adult parties or reception, then we would love to hear from you.
Customer service is essential in ensuring that every customer has an incredible and memorable visit to our new site, and we are looking for individuals who are passionate about delivering this high-quality service.
We need engaging individuals who can interact with adults and children and create a fun and energetic atmosphere. You will need to be able to work as a team and communicate effectively.
You will strive to achieve a “nothing is too much trouble” attitude, be alert to all sales opportunities and pro-actively actively seek to offer products and services available to meet customer needs.

If you believe you have the skills and passion to be part of our team, we would love to hear from you. Click here for further information


Casual Catering Assistants – Summit Indoor Adventure – Various Hours – Casual

Alongside the top leisure and fitness facilities at Selby Summit is “The Diner”. The Diner is a busy establishment offering an extensive high-quality menu and environment to customers along with a busy party schedule established and is increasing in popularity.

We are looking for staff who have all the requisite hospitality knowledge and experience. However, more so, we want staff who are passionate about food and drink and who can enthuse customers about our menus.
Our staff will be hard working, flexible and have a clear commitment to delivering high standards of customer service. You will also have the skills, personality and that willingness to please attitude that is critical to delivering high standards. We want staff who themselves want to develop within the business.

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Salary: Please see job advert


Casual Customer Service Assistants – Summit Indoor Adventure – Various Hours – Casual

We are looking for various Casual Customer Service Assistants to work within Summit Indoor Adventure. If you have a passion, an interest or experience in bowling, skating, climbing, skiing, children’s adventure play, or reception, then we would love to hear from you.

Customer service is essential in ensuring that every customer has an incredible and memorable visit at our site, and we are looking for individuals who are passionate about delivering this high- quality service.

We need engaging individuals who can interact with adults and children, and create a fun and energetic atmosphere. You will need to be able to work as a team and communicate effectively.
You will strive to achieve a “nothing is too much trouble” attitude, be alert to all sales opportunities and pro-actively actively seek to offer products and services available to meet customer needs.

If you believe you have the skills and passion to be part of our team, we would love to hear from you.

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Salary: Please see job advert


Casual Sports Coaches – Selby – Various Hours

Inspiring healthy lifestyles are seeking enthusiastic and motivated Casual Sports Coaches to join its highly successful Wellbeing department in Selby.

You will be required to design and deliver safe and appropriate sport specific sessions to various user groups and communities as part of Inspiring healthy lifestyles Wellbeing delivery plan. The role will encompass the coaching and facilitation of sport sessions and competitions for participants including: children and young people; adults; older people; people with disabilities; vulnerable children or adults and/or gender specific groups.

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Casual Customer Service Assistants and Swimming Teachers – Selby Leisure Centre

We require staff for a range of casual roles across our sites in Selby. You must possess exceptional customer service skills and have a flexible approach to work.

Available roles:
– Customer Service Assistant – Reception
– Customer Service Assistant – Lifeguard
– Swimming Teacher

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York Developmental Social Neuroscience Lab – ‘Baby Friendship’ project participants

The ‘Baby Friendship’ project is looking for participants

York Developmental Social Neuroscience Lab (University of York) is inviting 6- to 18-months-old infants and their parents to participate in the ‘Baby Friendship’ project.

Research suggests that children’s abilities to make friends begin to develop in first year of life. For example, you may have noticed that, when they meet to play, babies observe each other or share toys. However it is not very clear how these interactions occur and how they develop over the first months of life. Our project focusses on understanding the dynamic of infants’ interactions while they play. We anticipate a variety of styles, so there is no right or wrong. By discovering how friendships develop beginning with the first years of life, we hope to learn how to foster children’s social and emotional wellbeing, and to facilitate how well children adapt to interactions within the school environment.

Participating in this project involves one visit (approximately 1.5h) to the University of York. The research session is organized like a play date during which your baby has the chance to play with another same–age infant. We have a play room which is suitable for this and plenty of toys. So, it is pretty fun for the babies. You will be with your baby at all times throughout the session. While the babies play, we will record their behaviour and how they respond emotionally to each other.

Parents receive £10 to support the trip to the University of York and babies receive a small gift as a token of our appreciation for their help. We also provide free parking in case you decide to travel by car.

If you have a baby 6- to 18-months-old (or approaching this age) and are interested to take part in the ‘Baby Friendship’ project please sign-up by filling in the form at the following link. The information you provide will be stored securely and will not be shared with anyone outside our team. https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfZel_ucWj6Ux61G7fbpRJuZflHoSt1kIWBrAFQ2hfx9ZgyBw/viewform

Filling in the form does not mean you consent to participate. We will soon get in touch with more details about the project, and then you can decide whether you would like to schedule a research session at a date and time that suits you.

In case you would like to find out more before signing up, please contact us at: psychology-dsn-lab@york.ac.uk

We are looking forward to hearing from you!