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ID 1041
Posted 07/01/2014
Organisation Bluebird Care
Description Bluebird Care are looking for care workers to provide quality home care in Scarborough/North Yorkshire. Full or part time positions with hours between 7am and 10pm 7 days a week. We have vacancies for morning, afternoon and weekend work. Applicants need to be caring, reliable, passionate about care and have their own transport. Successful applicants will be given full training, uniforms and PPE.
Application To find out more please call 01723 588004 or email scarborough@bluebirdcare.co.uk
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ID 1609
Posted 30/08/2016
Organisation Lantern Restaurant
Location Hull City Centre
Description

The Lantern Restaurant is based in Hull City Centre and requires waiting staff to work weekends. Hours will be between 4 and 8 per week 7pm-11pm. Candidates should have previous experience in silver service and ideally have worked in hotels/restaurants already. Candidates must be available to work all year round, both term time and during vacation.



You must be reliable and flexible.

Positions 1
Duration 4-8hrs per week
Salary Meets National Min Wage
Application Please ring Nicky on 01482 327604 to apply.
Note: if you have a withheld telephone number please dial 1470 before the number above.
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ID 1670
Posted 07/11/2016
Organisation Barnardo's
Description

Job Ref: EA128



Area(s): Yorkshire



Based: Hull and East Riding



Part Time: As and When - 0 hours per week



Permanent



Salary: £8.25 per hour



Job Purpose:

- To provide sessional cover for young people in a range of activities or settings.

- The service aims to provide a wide range of flexible and supportive services to Disabled children, young people and their families or settings they attend

- The service also runs a number of groups for Disabled children and young people as well as individual work.

- This could include individual support or support to a group of young people with other staff.

- To provide stimulating and age appropriate activities for SEN/Disabled children.

- To advise & work alongside staff in settings to promote inclusion.



This is an ongoing vacancy, applications will be reviewed on a regular basis and shortlisting and interviews will be arranged accordingly.



Applicants will be required to undertake a Declaration that neither they nor anyone who lives in the same household as the applicant or who lives at their address, is a disqualified person under the Childcare (Disqualification) Regulations 2009.

Positions various
Duration zero hours contract
Salary £8.25 per hour
Application For more information and details of how to apply please copy and paste this link into your web browser:
https://www.barnardos.org.uk/jobs_current_vacancy_select?id=43520&type=Children's+Services&area=Yorkshire&jobref=EA128
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ID 1676
Posted 30/11/2016
Organisation Choices and Rights Disability Coalition
Description

Choices and Rights Disability Coalition



www.hull.padatabase.org



The Hull PA Database is set up to provide a Forum which lists all



Personal Assistant vacancies in Hull & East Riding. All of the



Vacancies on the “PA Required” Forum are current and open.



What is a Personal Assistant?



A Personal Assistant (sometimes called a PA or a support worker) is employed by people who need social care, either because of their age or disability, to enable them to live as independently as possible. Personal assistants carry out a wide range of tasks as required by the employer, including support with things such as washing and getting dressed, cooking, feeding, and supporting people to go out and about so they have greater independence and the ability to live their life more fully. The key skills needed for being a PA are the ability to listen, be flexible and show a willingness to learn and respond.



Who uses Personal Assistants?



Many different people use Personal Assistants. For example: Older People and disabled adults (over 18) can employ a Personal Assistant directly. Carers (people who are family or friends) of an older person with dementia or an adult who may not be able to make a decision due to severe learning disabilities, may hire a Personal Assistant on behalf of that person. Parents of disabled children can employ Personal Assistants to help them look after their child.



Being a Personal Assistant can be very flexible. Vacancies vary from 2-3 hours per week right up to full time hours.



CX282 – 3-4 Hours per week



AX854 – 6 Hours per week



CX308– 8 Hours per week



AX1041 – 12 Hours per week



AX452 – 15 Hours per week



You need to be:




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    Able to accept responsibility




  • Able to work on your own




  • Able to use your own initiative




  • Willing to learn the job well




  • Have a good sense of humour




  • Be a good communicator




  • Being a PA is about the right person with the right attitude not necessarily having previous experience or qualifications as a Personal Assistant





 

Positions various
Duration part time
Salary £7.20 Per Hour Minimum
Application PA Forum – Hull and East Riding PA Vacancies
www.hull.padatabase.org

All of our current vacancies are listed on the PA Forum which is available for anyone to access at any time.
• To access the forum go to www.hull.padatabase.org.
• In the ‘Site Navigation’ bar on the left hand side click ‘Forum’. This will take you on to the PA Database Forum.
• Under ‘Hull PA’s Bulletins’ click ‘PA Required’.
In this section there are several different posts. Select the most recent post, which will be nearest the top, in the area you require, either East Riding or Hull.
The forum is continually updated and all vacancies listed on the Forum are currently open.

Each vacancy has a unique reference number (AX or CX) which
must be quoted when applying.

You can apply for any vacancy by contacting Choices and Rights on 01482 878778 or emailing esw@choicesandrights.org.uk and quoting the reference number(s) of the adverts you are interested in.

Please read important information.
Choices and Rights specialise is supporting Disabled People in receipt of Direct Payments from the Local Authority to commission their own care and support provision. Vacancies are advertised on behalf of these direct payment users, and applications will be forwarded to them.
It should be noted that these post are covered by “The Smoke Free (Exemptions and Vehicles) Regulations 2007 and therefore “The smoke Free Premises and Enforcement Regulations 2006” do not apply to this post. The regulations allow for exception in private dwellings where the work being undertaken is solely to provide personal care for a person living in the dwelling or to assist with domestic work of the household in the dwelling.

The appointed person will work closely with the disabled person/child. They will be directed by and accountable to the disabled person or young person’s parents in all aspects their work.

NB Choices and Rights are a support service for independent living in the Hull area and they would not be the employer. Appointed PA’s will be employed directly by the individual concerned.
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ID 1679
Posted 20/12/2016
Organisation Hawkeye Innovations Ltd
Location Hull – Kcom Stadium
Description

Hawk-Eye is a leading innovator in sports technology. First used as a broadcast tool to analyse decisions in Cricket, Hawk-Eye has now become an integral part of over 20 sports and every year covers 7,200 games or events across 450+ stadiums in over 65 countries. Hawk-Eye is part of Sony and has offices around the world.


Hawk-Eye Innovations are currently recruiting Part Time Football Systems operators based in Hull for this high profile, technical appointment, which requires skilled engineers to deliver cutting edge technology to the highest professional standards. 


Working within a dynamic Football Operations team in England, the Football Systems Operator is primarily responsible for overseeing the automated Goal Line Technology system installed within football stadia. This will involve conducting pre-match checks, liaising with match officials and monitoring the system during the match.


The ideal candidate will be bright and enterprising with a technical skills set, preferably to include experience of working in live broadcast or sporting events.  Other attributes that would assist in the application include an interest in sport or sports analysis, good communication and time management skills, ability to apply common sense to tasks at hand and be fluent in English and German.  Applicants must be comfortable working at heights.


 

Positions 2
Duration part time
Salary £75 per day
Application Applicants are requested to email their CV and covering letter to apply@hawkeyeinnovations.com with Part Time Football Operator - Hull in the subject title. If you have any questions regarding the position please express them via email.
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ID 1682
Posted 05/01/2017
Organisation The Challenge
Description

 



NCS helps build skills for work and life whilst taking on new challenges and meeting new friends.



Running during summer and half-term, this site is dedicated to the NCS programme in London, Surrey, Berkshire, Buckinghamshire West Midlands and parts of North West England and Yorkshire. The programme involves a short time away from home, trying new things as well as taking part in a team project in the local community and much more!



National Citizen Service (NCS) is a government-funded programme that brings together 15 – 17 year olds from a diverse range of backgrounds to make a difference in their community. Young people get the chance to meet new people, make lifelong friends and gain new skills for their CV.



In Summer 2016, we mentored, challenged and inspired 38,000 young people on their NCS journey. Our 2017 programme will be the largest yet and will require the motivation and support of over 4,500 seasonal staff to bring the programme to life and ensure its lasting impact.



The Senior Mentor is responsible for leading, inspiring and developing a team of 13 young people aged 15-17 years old on our NCS programme. The Senior Mentor reports to the Programme Leader and the Assistant Programme Manager.



This role is suitable for a highly motivated and enthusiastic self-starter who is able to motivate others and act as a positive role model.



Candidates must demonstrate the following skills and characteristics:



Essential:



Experience working with young people in a paid or voluntary capacity



Experience of working in a fast-paced and demanding environment



Experience of working collaboratively in a team



Experience of planning, delivery and evaluation of activities, ideally for/with young people



Ability to follow a set curriculum, tailoring to suit the needs of the audience, as necessary



Excellent communication skills



Ability to motivate and manage a group of 13 young people and coach individuals through challenging activities



Ability to make decisions in a timely manner, work flexibly and adapt to achieve the most beneficial outcomes



Ability to listen and review the development of young people, as well as reflect upon your own performance



Ability to handle sensitive information in a professional manner, and in line with our policies



Beneficial:



Experience of leading activities and working directly with groups of young people aged 15-17



Experience of working in a residential environment



Experience working in partnership with schools, youth or community organisations



An awareness and understanding of equality and diversity



Commitment to personal and professional development



 

Positions 1
Duration part time
Salary Up to £1530 per 18 day role
Application To apply for this role please go to ncsthechallenge.org/jobs/
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ID 1683
Posted 05/01/2017
Organisation The Challenge
Description

 



NCS helps build skills for work and life whilst taking on new challenges and meeting new friends.



Running during summer and half-term, this site is dedicated to the NCS programme in London, Surrey, Berkshire, Buckinghamshire West Midlands and parts of North West England and Yorkshire. The programme involves a short time away from home, trying new things as well as taking part in a team project in the local community and much more!



National Citizen Service (NCS) is a government-funded programme that brings together 15 – 17 year olds from a diverse range of backgrounds to make a difference in their community. Young people get the chance to meet new people, make lifelong friends and gain new skills for their CV.



In Summer 2016, we mentored, challenged and inspired 38,000 young people on their NCS journey. Our 2017 programme will be the largest yet and will require the motivation and support of over 4,500 seasonal staff to bring the programme to life and ensure its lasting impact.



Practitioners support up to 13 young people during the NCS Team Challenge, helping them to learn skills which enable them to interact with the local community. We are looking for passionate individuals with previous experience of facilitating skill-based groups and an interest in working with young people. Successful candidates will engage their team with their community partner as much as with the skill they are learning. This is a demanding but rewarding role as part of an intensive summer programme.



The Practitioner is responsible for leading three day sessions teaching skills to a team of up to 13 15 ? 17 year olds. The Practitioner also leads two visits to a local community group (including care homes, youth clubs and homeless centres) so that the young people can use the skills they have learnt to interact with the people that they meet. Finally, the Practitioner works with the young people to design and deliver a showcase performance.



Skills available: Art, Drama, Enterprise, Media, Music and Photography.



Candidates must demonstrate the following skills and characteristics:



Essential:



 Experience of facilitation and leading skill-based sessions



Experience of working with young people. A belief in their potential and the ability to build rapport with them



Enthusiastic about motivating young people to use their skills to interact with their community



Ability to interpret the Practitioner curriculum creatively to involve all young people



Flexible, with a creative and constructive approach to problem solving



Ability to work collaboratively with colleagues to achieve successful results



A willingness to take responsibility for delivering a challenging and safe experience for participants



Beneficial:



Experience of using your skill in a community environment, e.g. with charities, schools or youth groups



Experience of working with diverse community groups



Experience of tailoring sessions to make them inclusive to the needs of all young people



 



 

Positions 1
Duration part time
Salary £255 per 3 day role
Application To apply for this role please go to ncsthechallenge.org/jobs/
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ID 1684
Posted 05/01/2017
Organisation The Challenge
Description

 



NCS helps build skills for work and life whilst taking on new challenges and meeting new friends.



Running during summer and half-term, this site is dedicated to the NCS programme in London, Surrey, Berkshire, Buckinghamshire West Midlands and parts of North West England and Yorkshire. The programme involves a short time away from home, trying new things as well as taking part in a team project in the local community and much more!



National Citizen Service (NCS) is a government-funded programme that brings together 15 – 17 year olds from a diverse range of backgrounds to make a difference in their community. Young people get the chance to meet new people, make lifelong friends and gain new skills for their CV.



In Summer 2016, we mentored, challenged and inspired 38,000 young people on their NCS journey. Our 2017 programme will be the largest yet and will require the motivation and support of over 4,500 seasonal staff to bring the programme to life and ensure its lasting impact.



The Accommodation Coordinator plays a vital role in ensuring the smooth running of the residential accommodation during the Team Challenge part of the NCS Programme. The Accommodation Coordinator is the key point of contact for the residential staff and is responsible for logistics and pastoral support, all focussed on providing a safe and high quality experience for participants and delivery staff. This role is suitable for an organised and motivated person with experience of working in a demanding and changeable environment. The ability to work flexibly will be required as evening and weekend working are features of this role.



The Accommodation Coordinator is a fully residential role, typically lasting between 5-8 weeks depending on venue. In return we can offer you free ?live in? accommodation and food for the duration of the role and the opportunity to be part of an exciting and dynamic charity, working with young people and making a real difference to local communities.



Candidates must demonstrate the following skills and characteristics:



Essential:



Willing to work residentially with staff teams and large numbers of young people



Experience in managing and overcoming logistical issues within a demanding environment



Proven organisational skills and experience within a fast-paced environment



Experience working in a customer facing environment and communicating with a range of people



Able to work collaboratively with colleagues to overcome problems



Ability to respond to and solve problems in a logical manner



Flexibility to adapt and prioritise in a continually changing environment



Belief in young people and helping them take a more active role in their communities



Passion/interest in building stronger communities and seeing change in society



Beneficial:



Experience of working in a residential environment



Experience working directly with young people either in voluntary or paid capacity



Ability to facilitate sessions/activities with large groups of young people



Food hygiene certificate or experience in commercial food preparation



First Aid certificate



Experience of risk management and assessment

Positions 1
Duration part time
Salary to be confirmed
Application To apply for this role please go to ncsthechallenge.org/jobs/
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ID 1685
Posted 05/01/2017
Organisation The Challenge
Description

 



NCS helps build skills for work and life whilst taking on new challenges and meeting new friends.



Running during summer and half-term, this site is dedicated to the NCS programme in London, Surrey, Berkshire, Buckinghamshire West Midlands and parts of North West England and Yorkshire. The programme involves a short time away from home, trying new things as well as taking part in a team project in the local community and much more!



National Citizen Service (NCS) is a government-funded programme that brings together 15 – 17 year olds from a diverse range of backgrounds to make a difference in their community. Young people get the chance to meet new people, make lifelong friends and gain new skills for their CV.



In Summer 2016, we mentored, challenged and inspired 38,000 young people on their NCS journey. Our 2017 programme will be the largest yet and will require the motivation and support of over 4,500 seasonal staff to bring the programme to life and ensure its lasting impact.



 



The Assistant Programme Leader supports the Programme Leader and Senior Mentors with the pastoral care and behaviour management of up to 84 15-17 year olds on an NCS programme. The Assistant Programme Leader will report to the Programme Leader in the delivery of the NCS Personal Challenge and Team Challenge parts of our programme.



This is a fulfilling and demanding position that is suitable for someone who has significant experience of working with young people, knowledge of support requirements, and who is a specialist in managing challenging behaviour.



Candidates must demonstrate the following skills and characteristics:



Essential:



Extensive experience of working with a wide range of young people (ideally aged 15-17 years old)



Extensive experience of working with young people who may exhibit challenging behaviours



Experience of working collaboratively with colleagues



Experience of working in a fast-paced and demanding environment



Willingness to develop project management and decision making skills



Ability to be adaptable, proactive and able to think on your feet.



The ability to understand and follow safeguarding and Health and Safety guidelines - alongside other organisational policies and procedures



Beneficial:



Experience of working with young people in a residential environment



Experience of managing or motivating groups of people in stressful environments (in a paid or voluntary capacity)



 

Positions 1
Duration part time
Salary £950 per 10 day role
Application To apply for this role please go to ncsthechallenge.org/jobs/
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ID 1686
Posted 05/01/2017
Organisation The Challenge
Description

 



NCS helps build skills for work and life whilst taking on new challenges and meeting new friends.



Running during summer and half-term, this site is dedicated to the NCS programme in London, Surrey, Berkshire, Buckinghamshire West Midlands and parts of North West England and Yorkshire. The programme involves a short time away from home, trying new things as well as taking part in a team project in the local community and much more!



National Citizen Service (NCS) is a government-funded programme that brings together 15 – 17 year olds from a diverse range of backgrounds to make a difference in their community. Young people get the chance to meet new people, make lifelong friends and gain new skills for their CV.



In Summer 2016, we mentored, challenged and inspired 38,000 young people on their NCS journey. Our 2017 programme will be the largest yet and will require the motivation and support of over 4,500 seasonal staff to bring the programme to life and ensure its lasting impact.



Programme Leaders to oversee our intensive summer programmes with responsibility for up to 84 young people and 14 staff. The Programme Leader is responsible for the overall running of the programme, the management of the pastoral staff team, and the pastoral care and development of young people aged 15-17 from a wide variety of backgrounds. The Programme Leader is supported with behaviour management by the Assistant Programme Leader during the delivery of the residential parts of our programme.



This role is suitable for an exceptional people manager with experience of working with young people. The Programme Leader will act as the face of the programme to all staff and participants.



Candidates must demonstrate the following skills and characteristics:



Essential:



Experience of managing and inspiring a staff team



Experience of motivating groups of young people (ideally aged 15-17) and providing pastoral support



Experience of managing young people who can exhibit challenging behaviour



Experience of working in a fast-paced and demanding environment and being able to make decisions under pressure



A flexible approach to work and ability to adapt working style to different environments and teams



The ability to understand and follow safeguarding and Health and Safety guidelines - alongside other organisational policies and procedures



Beneficial:



Experience of working in a residential environment



Experience of leading a curriculum



Knowledge and experience of working on social action projects

Positions 1
Duration part time
Salary Up to £1540 per 14 day role
Application To apply for this role please go to ncsthechallenge.org/jobs/
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ID 1657
Posted 05/01/2017
Organisation Ambiente Tapas
Description

We are now looking to recruit motivated, ambitious and dynamic staff to open our new restaurant as we continue to grow the business. Applicants must be customer focused and natural team players and be available Friday and Saturday nights.



Restaurant experience is preferable but a good work ethic and friendly manner are more important.

Positions various
Duration part time
Salary 6.95
Application Please email your CV and covering letter to… rob@ambiente-tapas.co.uk
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ID 1449
Posted 09/01/2017
Organisation Cricket Argentina
Location Argentina
Description

Job Title: Spanish Speaking Cricket Coach



Reports to: Head Coach



Dates of Employment: Flexible (October 2017 to April 2018)

 



Background:



Cricket Argentina is responsible for promoting, managing and advancing all cricket in Argentina.  



The development programme looks to give opportunities and competition to both boys and girls at every age group in the country, both domestically and internationally. On the domestic scene, Argentina has an U14 league and an U18 league. There is also the Development Cup and a number of soft ball cricket festivals for juniors.



 



Role Purpose:



Successful candidates will be responsible for delivering cricket coaching sessions in Spanish and English. Coaches will be expected to coach in schools, clubs and aid with the national Argentine age group coaching set up. This role would suit any Spanish speaker that is looking to develop their language skills in a Spanish speaking nation. Previous coaches have worked for Cricket Argentina as part of their degree (placement year). Please note that some coaching takes place in English.

 



Key Responsibilities:



 





  • To plan and deliver coaching sessions for children across all levels




  • To ensure that all sessions that are delivered are inclusive, competitive and fun for all




  • To deliver sessions during the curriculum, after school and at club level




  • To deliver one on one coaching sessions




  • To co-ordinate competitions when requested




  • To assist in the education of local coaches




  • To attend meetings and training courses to ensure effective communication across all levels




  • To promote all Cricket Argentina events and competitions



     



    Knowledge, experience and skills:





The following skills/ knowledge/ experience are essential (E) or preferred (P):





  • Spanish speaker (E)




  • Experience of coaching in a school or club environment (P)




  • Experience of working with children (P)




  • Excellent communication skills (E)




  • Ability to manage you time effectively (E)




  • Ability to work flexible and unsociable hours (often evenings and weekends) including long traveling times(E)




  • ECB / UKCC 2 coaching qualification (or equivalent) (P)





Package:

The package will be discussed during the Skype interview. Any successful candidates will be required to fund their own return flights to Argentina. Cricket Argentina will cover the costs of accommodation and all travel expenses in Argentina.



Application process:

To apply, please send a covering letter setting out how you meet the requirement of the job description along with your CV to Daniel Sutton (Head Coach) on dsutton@cricketargentina.com



Please note that the Dates of Employment are very flexible, and can be structured to your needs.

Positions 1
Salary The package will be discussed during the Skype interview.

Any successful candidates will be required to fund their own return flights to Argentina.
Application To apply, please send a covering letter setting out how you meet the requirement of the job description along with your CV to Daniel Sutton (Head Coach) on dsutton@cricketargentina.com
Please note that the Dates of Employment are very flexible, and can be structured to your needs.
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