Job Vacancies Selby, Tadcaster and Goole

Assistant Manager- Selby Leisure Centre

A fantastic opportunity has become available for a dynamic, hardworking and passionate individual who has the ability to drive forward the operation of Selby Leisure Centre.
You will support with the commercial management of the Centre with the existing team, and will be accountable for specific responsibilities as agreed with the General Manager that support achievement of departmental targets and objectives.
You will be part of a management team, who will focus on driving sales and generating income. You will work closely as a team to ensure that the right offer is in place for our customers and that these are promoted and staffed accordingly.
You will lead the team at the site ensuring that all staff are engaged and delivering excellent customer service, and that the site is covered appropriately by qualified staff.

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Salary: £20,617 – £24,912 per annum Hours: 37 hours per week
Closing Date: 6th March 2019, 5pm


Activity Assistant – 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.

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Salary: £14,579 per annum (pro rata for part-time) or £15,106 per annum (pro rata for part-time) in-line with National Living Wage Allowance (age 25+)
Hours: 10.5 hours per week
Closing Date: 1st March 2019, 5pm


Nursery Apprentice 30-35 Hours a week

A vacancy has arisen for NURSERY APPRENTICE to join our fantastic team.  The successful applicant will be fully supported in their training to gain the Level 3 Early Years Educator Qualification.  Working with our nominated training provider who comes to the setting to see you during your working hours to observe you, and provide you with support for your studies, you also have a nominated Mentor in the setting who will be able to assist you on a day to day basis too.  We pride ourselves on ensuring that our successful Apprentices are able to continue their employment with us on successful completion of the qualification, the training lasting approximately 18 months.  Working hours are between 7.30am and 6.15pm Monday to Friday with the exception of bank holidays, on a rota basis, and applicants must have the ability to work the whole shift.  Uniform, discount on childcare, 2% workplace pension contribution, paid training and other staff benefits are all offered as part of the role.

Job Description

At Young Discoverers we aim to provide the highest quality of care and education for all the children in our setting. Our Ofsted inspection gained a “Good “rating in January 2017, and it is our aim to continue to develop and reach an “Outstanding “grade in the future. We engender an atmosphere where children and their families are respected and valued and all children are provided with an atmosphere where they are encouraged to investigate, explore, have fun and flourish. We expect our Apprentices to develop a thorough understanding of the principals of the EYFS and Ofsted regulations and be competent in recording assessing and planning for the development of the children, and be confident in working in close partnership with parents and other professionals. We expect our Apprentices to be enthusiastic, caring, respectful, professional and supportive and to undertake additional and continual learning in order to extend their skills base, and keep up to date with modern practice, and necessary qualifications for the role.

Key Responsibilities

To work closely with colleagues in the Nursery, sharing the care of the children and engaging in discussions on developmental issues and planning for both individual and groups interests and needs.

Learn whilst working alongside more experienced and qualified colleagues about best practice in childcare, the care and education of young children, and undertake whatever duties are required for the smooth running of the Nursery.

If you are allocated a key group of children, you will be responsible for compiling their learning journeys and building a relationship with parents through effective communication.  You will ensure that a variety of observations are carried out on these children, and work closely with parents in sharing each child’s developmental progress, along with plans for next steps, referring and linking to the various aspects of the EYFS. During your training as an Apprentice you will be supported by a mentor, and your course tutor to ensure you are able to undertake these responsibilities, and provide the very best care for the children in your care.

You will be responsible for the care and education of the children in the Nursery, and therefore must ensure that you keep the environment clean and tidy, reporting anything you deem to be a hazard.  You must keep the environment stimulating and inviting with displays of work etc, and offer a variety of activities, materials and toys to encourage learning, and develop children’s interests. You must work as part of a dynamic team, reporting to the room supervisor, and taking instruction and direction from more senior colleagues.  We expect all staff to conduct themselves in a professional and friendly manner, engendering a positive and welcoming atmosphere at all times, respecting the needs of children, their parents, and other colleagues, as well as understanding also the need to promote the setting to ensure you achieve 100% customer retention amongst your key group of children.

Key Requirements

  • Compliance with all policies and procedures
  • Undertake all necessary training and development in order to complete your Apprenticeship, some of which may be in your own time, and at your own expense.
  • Ensure you are either on, or ahead of schedule to complete both your Apprenticeship and the Level 3 qualification within 18 months of employment.
  • To have gained the 12 hour Paediatric First Aid qualification within 3 months of commencing the role, (this training is paid for by the Company).

To attend staff meetings and other trainings etc outside of Nursery hours, and other reasonable requests, such as to attend an open day, for which you will be paid additional hours or allocated time off in lieu as appropriate.

If you are interested in applying for this post, please download this * application pack, * and complete and return to:

Kathy Wainwright, Manager

Young Discoverers Limited
7 Escrick Business Park
Escrick
York
YO19 6FD

The post is available from Monday 8th April 2019.  Applications close on Friday 1st March 2019.

Alternatively you may return your completed forms via email to info@youngdiscoverers.com 

If you would like to discuss any aspect of the role, or have any questions prior to submitting your application, please do not hesitate to contact Kathy on 01904 728700.

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The Bloomsbury – Housekeeper Required

We are looking for an experienced Housekeeper, with an eye for detail to work with us at our luxury Guest House in Clifton. Start time can be arranged between 9-10am and whilst we’re very flexible around parenting responsibilities week-end work would be required.

We offer an excellent rate of £10/hour to the right person, holiday pay, and a lovely, comfortable working environment. Immediate start preferred, but not essential.

Please apply via email to yorktyke@icloud.com and your application will be dealt with in the strictest confidence.


Society of Ticket Agents and Retailers – External Relations Assistant

Part Time (18 hours/week flexible schedule)
Central York

Join a growing organisation, at the heart of the live entertainment industry in the UK, working to establish and maintain high standards in consumer service and protection.

We are seeking an enthusiastic and self-motivated individual with strong organisational and excellent communications skills to take on this part-time position. As a key member of a small, national, organisation you will support our growing dispute resolution service.

STAR is the self-regulatory body for the entertainment ticket industry in the UK; setting standards for industry best practice through its Code of Practice, liaising with other industry bodies and government agencies and providing a dispute resolution service for its members and the ticket-buying public.

Further details and online application form at:
www.star.org.uk/jobs
Applications by 9am 4 March 2019
Interviews w/c 4 March or 11 March by arrangement


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Little Bugs Nursery – Nursery Practitioner Level 3

Little Bugs Nursery is expanding very quickly and we require some outstanding nursery team members to join our amazing company. If you are genuinely passionate about child care, would love to work somewhere with a difference and be a valuable asset to us, we would love to hear about you. Little Bugs is rated No.1 nursery in York by parents on daynurseries.co.uk. and is a finalist in the UK BALLPA Healthy Future Nursery Award, and we will know if we win in November!

We have a Nursery which is unique in many ways, we follow the Reggio ethos, include Forest School elements and we are situated in the biggest and best play facility in York. The children have a fantastic time, playing in our huge indoor and outdoor play park, feeding the animals, and exploring our Forest School area complete with pond!

The post will suit someone who wants to progress and develop their knowledge, who wants to discover the value of the Reggio Nursery and Forest School, and who has ideas and skills to bring to the talented group we already have.

The main thing we are told by our team, is how happy they are, many have worked in settings that they feel are not centred around the children, we are, and the ethos is very much on a Little Bugs Family, where everyone cares.

We pay well, and allow for personal development, the Nursery is growing and we are looking for site number two, we refuse to be stagnant.

If you have what we need, level 3, experience and all of the above, please do get in contact.

Job Type: Full-time
Salary: £15,800.00 to £16,700.00 /year

E: Janice@webadventurepark.co.uk


Starchild Nurseries – Manager

We are looking for a forward thinking manager for our new setting in the heart of North Yorkshire.

Providing 50 places, this new setting is in the heart of Malton and will provide vibrant, caring and fun-filled childcare in a totally unique premises.

The ideal candidate will have over 5 years experience in an early years setting and will be currently be working with some managerial responsibility. You must be dedicated to following the company vision and will report directly to the Operations Manager and the Directors.

An outstanding knowledge of the EYFS and Safeguarding principles is essential and the ability to manage and be a part of a team is a must. You must be able to plan and guide children’s growth and learning, working with colleagues, parents and other stakeholders to guide and inspire the nursery.

You will deliver the company vision to provide the best childcare it can and will follow company policies and procedure to ensure adherence to best-practice.

We are actively trying to raise the quality of childcare in the areas we operate in and are offering a competitive package to the right candidate. Additional benefits include;
Guaranteed day-off for your birthday
Outstanding training and CPD opportunities
Bacon sandwiches on a Friday
Guaranteed holiday at Christmas
Company pension scheme
Career progression opportunities

Email info@starchildnurseries.co.uk or call 01904 733833 for more information


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

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

Closing Date
31/03/2019

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

 

 


Relief Nursery Practitioner

We are continually looking for Relief Nursery Practitioners to work on a part time basis to support the team with sickness, holiday or other absence cover at all of our Young Discoverers sites: the Nursery based at Escrick Business Park, and Before & After School Clubs based at both Cliffe and Escrick Primary Schools. The role would ideally suit a Practitioner with an interest in gaining specific experience with children across the age group of 3 months through to 11 years. It may be that you already have a part time job, studies or other commitments that mean you would enjoy the opportunity to work with us on a more occasional basis, as and when needed by the business.

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Swimming Teacher

🐳Job Vacancy – North Yorkshire🐳

🎉New Year…New Job! 🎉

Do you want to be part of something special? 👶🏼

We are looking for a bubbly, passionate and smiley person to join our fantastic team!

We have a vacancy for a new teacher based in North Yorkshire; teaching in the Harrogate & Boroughbridge area.

For more information please get in touch by emailing littlefish@waterbabies.co.uk

 


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


TinyTalk franchise UP FOR SALE.

A rare opportunity to buy an established popular franchise business with classes in Howden and Selby. Running a baby class is a popular career move for parents due to flexible working hours and the opportunity to work term time only, but setting up a new class can be daunting. Running your class as part of a franchise business can be the best of both worlds. By working for yourself you can set your own targets and benefits, by owning a franchise you gain the support from a team, national branding and tried and tested lesson plans to teach throughout the year. Professional development is also available to expand your business to include Toddler classes and Outreach work. In addition to these benefits you would also be taking over an existing franchise so you would you get the added advantage of two well established classes, a reputation in the area and a full working kit so you can hit the ground running.

* Set your own work hours

* Optional school holidays off

* Support of a National Franchise

* 2 established classes

* Full Kit

* Training provided

This really is a one off opportunity and it is available for a limited time. Current classes will finish in April 2019, with someone new taking over for the Summer Term. No previous experience or knowledge of Sign Language is needed as Information and Training days with TinyTalk Head Office are mandatory before you start the classes, these will run in January and March 2019.

For more information contact TinyTalk by phone (01483) 301444/451058, or through our website www.tinytalk.co.uk . Alternatively you can contact the current franchisee, Tessa Rivers, by email tessar@tinytalk.co.uk .


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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Salary: Please see job advert


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!


Betty’s – Various Positions

Are you a high performing individual looking for the next step in your career?
Do you have a passion for delivering exemplary customer service?
Do you want to be part of a team that works together to deliver a deliciously magical customer experience?
Then Bettys has the perfect opportunity for you.
We have various front of house, housekeeping and back of house opportunities at one of our largest branches in York.

We are looking for customer focused individuals who enjoy working in a busy environment with high quality products and have a passion for both personal and professional excellence.
All of our roles will include working at least one day at the weekend. In return for your commitment we offer extremely competitive rates of pay, a profit-share bonus scheme which pays quarterly, staff discounts, free staff meals whilst at work and excellent training and development.

To find out more & apply, please visit: https://www.bettysandtaylors.co.uk/jobs/