Returning to work after having children can be a daunting prospect however there are jobs that can fit around the needs of your family.
“Jobs for Parents” are family-friendly positions that may be part-time, flexi-time, term-time, temporary contracts or even working from home.
If you have a vacancy to fill and would like to advertise the role on Wharfedale Mumbler then please contact us here.
We are looking for a friendly, customer-service orientated person to join our happy Shoe bee doo team.
We have a vacancy for 2-3 days a week including alternate Saturdays. No previous experience is necessary as training will be given.
We operate a very flexible and mutually supportive approach to our working routines and help each other to cover holidays, busy periods and family commitments.
If you would like to know more, please call Ali on 01943 818722 or pop in the shop to see us.
Hello everyone, Easter marks the start of the ice cream season and April is only just around the corner. Thus meaning we are back on the hunt for energetic people to come and join the ranks to either work full-time, weekends or just in the school holidays.
We are a family run business based in Halton East, between Skipton and Bolton Abbey. Our vans and trailers travel all around Yorkshire and also further afield to agricultural shows and country fairs UK wide. On the whole, the work will be in and around the Craven area.
The job doesn’t require any previous experience, just a good mentality and positive attitude. Basic maths and a polite and professional manner will put you in very good stead.
This can be a great opportunity for someone looking for a summer job between school or university. There is still plenty of work year round for the right people.
Transport isn’t an issue as you can be picked up from Skipton and brought up our farm.
Very competitive rate of pay. Paid weekly.
If this sounds like something you’d be interested in please get in touch and I will send across some more information.
Call 01756 710 685
Hunters Estate Agents Yeadon, Guiseley & surroundings areas are looking for someone who would be interested in working a few hours a week on an adhoc basis. The role is accompanying some viewings for us, usually on a Saturday.
The ideal person would be smartly presented, demonstrate good communication skills, be punctual and have use of their own car.
If you are interested or know anyone who might be, please ask the to contact David at Hunters on 01132029923 or send a quick email to David.Metcalfe@hunters.com
Chefs and Front of House Staff
With summer around the corner we’re looking to add to our great team at The Royalty! if you think you have the passion for service and a great work ethic click the link!
Call 01943 463732
Temporary Cook: To create nutritious meals for our children while our own cook is away. Food Hygiene Level 2 certificate needed as a minimum. Immediate start. Contact us for more details.
Caretaker: Someone local, ‘handy’ and practical who can work approx 15 hours per week, early mornings, and can help us look after our lovely nursery (DIY, fixing stuff, keeping gardens cleared & neat, unblocking gutters, putting up the odd shelf, etc!). Would suit someone retired/semi-retired. A clear enhanced DBS check would be required. Please message or phone us (01943 969602) if interested or share if you know someone who fits the bill!
Generous Pioneer, Greene King Pub & Carvery
Since our recent refurbishment, we are so much busier and are now looking for new people to join our team!
We offer great rates of pay and are flexible with hours.
We need Kitchen Team & Front of House Team.
Send us an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Due to the continuous expansion we are looking to recruit a Quantity Surveyor with ideally 3-5 years’ experience to join an up and coming Family run Groundworks / Hard Landscaping firm.
Required to support the operations team on various projects around the Yorkshire area.
Applicants attitude will be the most important attribute. If you have the desire to ‘go the extra mile’ in this company your efforts will be recognised and rewarded.
.Assist with estimating and cost planning
.Day to day duties to support the Operations team working on Tier 1 Main Contractor Works
.Prepare interim valuations for approval
.Assist with contract administration and cost control
.Support and assist the procurement process materials & subcontract
.Preparing final accounts
.Attend site and commercial meetings as required
.Assist with project planning
.Site visits and production of quotations based on client requirements.
.Monitoring and chasing payments of Commercial works
.Strong work ethic
.At least HNC level qualified
.Skilled in valuing stage payments & concluding Final Accounts
.Good planning & personal skills, well organised & able to communicate well working both independently with little supervision, as a team and with third parties
.A willingness to contribute to the development of the business
Entry level opportunity with full training at Tate Oil
Excellent benefits & incentives including monthly competitions and bonus holidays, 1 pm finish on Friday if weekly target hit.
One of Yorkshires top 250 companies. Been around for almost 50 years and are still a family owned company with a great ethos, and we are expanding!
In this sales role, you can expect a full induction, great training and a fantastic team atmosphere for someone with the right attitude to thrive in.
Their customers trust them, but they work in a competitive world – so if you like a fast paced, high energy environment then please get in touch.
No sales experience is required as full training will be provided. We are looking for enthusiastic, driven individuals who are passionate about delivering great customer service.
You need to be confident talking on the phone for most of the day and be able to use your initiative to generate business, maximise sales opportunities and develop your own customer base.
About the Sales Executive Job
This is NOT a call centre, cold calling job! You will be dealing with inbound enquiries and making outbound calls to warm leads and your existing customers, with the full support of marketing and management.
You will be responsible for managing and developing your own client base, discussing the benefits and negotiating prices to achieve Gross Profit targets. The more you sell the more you earn – there is no cap on the commission and you can start earning from day one!
How to apply as Sales Executive
If you have the desired skills and experience and would like to be considered for this Sales Executive opportunity click ‘apply’
You must be eligible to work in the UK
£18 – £25k per year.
Moorfield Garage, Yeadon are looking for Two Qualified/Time served Technicians/MoT testers.
A busy/expanding Independent Garage in North Leeds with a rapidly increasing customer base. The successful applicant would be expected to have a minimum of NVQ level 3 or equivalent (qualified technician/mechanic).
Responsibilities include all aspects of maintenance, servicing and diagnosis of cars, light vans, including routine Servicing, Diagnostics, timing belts, remedial engine work, exhausts, tyres, brakes, clutches and electrical work etc. Candidates should be hardworking, motivated and competent working on their own whilst also helping others as part of a friendly team.
Very well equipped workshop with ATL lane, commercial ramp and 6 ramps. We utilise latest diagnostics with SnapOn, Bosch KTS, Delphi and G Scan tools. AA approved repair centre we undertake both private and lease work. In house training and course will be provided.
Goods rates of pay and excellent working conditions.
Contact the Team on 01132505444
Part-time dispenser required 22 hours per week
Monday 2-6 pm
Wednesday 9 am -5 pm
Thursday 9 am – 1 pm
Saturday 9 am – 5 pm
Experience preferable but not essential. Training will be provided if required.
Please call in with a CV.
Cohen’s Chemist, Kirkgate, Otley
Buon Apps River Lounge & Italian Restaurant are currently recruiting for a Commis Chef and a Chef de Partie
Please apply by emailing a CV to email@example.com
Chef Tom is looking for a Chef de Partie to help him, specifically on weekends, although as demand grows, we would expect there to be more hours available. We currently stop service around 8pm, each evening.
Although the Askwith Arms is situated quite near to Ilkley and Otley, we are not currently served by public transport, so an ideal candidate would need transport or a reliable lift.
Pay will be commensurate with age and experience, but this is a ground floor opportunity to join a young team in a friendly well-equipped kitchen, although we need someone who can work under pressure when the situation demands.
Applications please, with qualifications and experience to John.Allen33@BTConnect.com
English tutor required to help a young man achieve grade improvement in GCSE English. If you’re an excellent communicator and understand how to achieve a grade 4 or higher then get in touch and support someone in moving on to better things!
2 X Part Time Floor Staff
1 X Part Time Potwash
All 2-3 shifts per week.
18 and over.
Experience preferred but not required.
If you are interested, please drop a CV into the restaurant within normal opening hours.
Henshaw Lane, Yeadon, Leeds
Call 0113 250 5009
Otley All Saints Primary School
We are currently looking for someone to add to our lunchtime supervision team, working between 11.45am and 1.15pm. This is an excellent opportunity for someone wanting part-time work during term time and has proved to be a very good initial step for those who are interested in working in education. For more details about this post, please contact the school office on 01943 464703
The Fleece, Addingham
Are you enthusiastic and hard working? If so, this cosy pub with great team morale is definitely the place for you!
We are looking for:
FRONT OF HOUSE
– Full/part-time floor staff (experience required)
– Full-time bartender (experience required)
Please email your CV to Georgia at firstname.lastname@example.org
BACK OF HOUSE
– Full-time Chef de Parte (experience required)
– Full-time Commis chef (experience required)
– Part-time kitchen porters
Please email your CV to Jon at email@example.com
All candidates must be flexible in terms of availability. Rates of pay are negotiable.
NVQ Level 2 & 3 Qualified
Treatment Zone Guiseley are happy to consider candidates who are currently studying level 3.
If you would like to be part of the excellent team please email your CV and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org
The Treatment Room, 1 Oxford St, Guiseley
Due to an exciting new opportunity, Tate Leasing & Contracts are looking for a proven and successful sales professional in the automotive industry to build a leasing business.
Your duties will include:
* Driving new business via outbound & inbound activity
* Managing ongoing customer service and renewals from
* Urgently responding to inbound email and website enquiries
* Advising on a wide range of vehicles, contract hire offers and
* Identifying and sourcing vehicles
* Identifying and maximising cross-selling opportunities where
* Efficiently and accurately quoting terms, specifications and
* Providing the highest quality customer support and sharing
best practice across the team
* Desire to build and lead a team from the start
The successful candidate will be a social net-worker with excellent influencing and negotiation skills and an ability to quickly obtain customer confidence in your advice and guidance. A drive to overachieve KPIs with the commitment to go the extra mile, self-invest and maximise enquiries through excellent communication skills via telephone and email. The successful applicant must demonstrate professionalism, organisation and have a willingness to self-develop along with a positive can-do-attitude that stands out in a high paced environment.
As well as an excellent basic salary, we offer an uncapped bonus scheme based on achieving individual sales targets per month.
Leasing: 5 Years (Required)
£20- £25k per annum.
Head of Service, Service Delivery Manager and Team Leaders
Salary details: Various
Employer: Leeds City Council
Children & Families
Team Social Care
Contract Type: Various
Hours per Week: 37
Closing date: 13 February 2019 11:30 PM
Leeds City Council Children’s Services are looking to appoint a Service Delivery Manager and a number of Team Leaders. Details of each position can be found below, please indicate the position(s) you are applying for in your application.
“Senior leaders in Leeds have created an environment in which social work is flourishing.” Ofsted 2018
Leeds has an ambition – to be the best city in the UK and the best city for children and young people to grow up in – a child-friendly city.
Having a strong, skilled workforce is key in helping us to achieve this ambition and of making a positive difference to the lives of children, young people and families living in Leeds.
We believe that our workforce is our greatest asset and are committed to supporting their ongoing learning and development. In our most recent inspection report Ofsted said:
“There has been an investment in the effective recruitment and development of staff, facilitating a more experienced and stable workforce which are very loyal to Leeds and highly motivated to provide the best service it can to children and families”
As a result of a number of internal promotions in our Children’s Social Work Service we are currently inviting applications for a range of social work roles. If you are interested in working for a local authority with low caseloads, good supervision and support, relationship-based practice and great career development we would like to hear from you.
Want to find out more before applying? Then please come along to one of two information sessions in Leeds where senior leaders and colleagues from across the service will be on hand to tell you more about the Leeds approach and answer your questions. Please register via the links below:
Wednesday 6 February 2019, 6 to 8 pm at Merrion House, 110 Merrion Centre, Leeds LS2 8BB
Friday 8 February 2019, 9.30 to 11.30am, St George’s Conference Centre, 60 Great George St, Leeds LS1 3DL (near St George’s Crypt)
Principal Social Worker / Head of Service Quality and Practice Improvement (JNC Dir 60% £66,828 to £73,511)
As Principal Social Worker in Leeds you will drive our ambition to make Leeds the best place to practice and experience children and families social work.
You will be an experienced compassionate Practice Leader keen to work with the wider children’s partnership to enhance and further embed our existing culture of restorative practice and commitment to family led solutions.
Although our services for children and families have recently been rated as ‘outstanding’ we have more to do, as Principle Social Worker you will be key to the next leg of our journey to become the best city in the UK for children to grow up in – a Child Friendly city.
Closing date for applications is Tuesday 19th February. An assessment centre/interview day is likely to be held for successful candidates on Wednesday 10th April.
Want to find out more before applying? Then please contact Sal Tariq, Deputy Director Children and Families (0113 3783621) or Julie Longworth, Chief Officer, Social Work (0113 3786386) who will welcome a conversation with you
Children’s Service Delivery Manager SDMs £50,121.59 – £55,133.59 DIR 45%
As a Children’s Service Delivery Manager you will be responsible for service delivery in the East of Leeds. East Leeds is rich with diversity where services work closely together to ensure children are safeguarded. The role of a Service Delivery Manager is pivotal in ensuring relational practice and that the child and family are key to decision making in safeguarding children and promote their welfare. This role is unique in that you will be the interface between senior leaders, team managers and practitioners and offers an exciting opportunity to develop leadership skills. You will supervise several social work team managers and play a key role in decision making to ensure the needs of children are met and that the right conversations are held with the right people, at the right time.
You will also be a member of regular decision making forums that promote effective child and family centred plans.
As a Service Manager in Leeds you will be part of a larger group of Children’s Service Delivery Managers who work closely as a team to ensure consistency and high standards across all areas of Children’s Services
For further information or an informal discussion please contact Head of Service Farah Husain on 0113 3783631
Closing date for applications 18th February 2019.
Team Manager Children’s Services. PO6 £41,846 to £44,697
As a Team Manager in Leeds you will be part of a supportive management group with clear guidance, and development opportunities that support you in your role and progression. You will be part of a Restorative Practice Action Learning Set with your peers to ensure ongoing support and development. Leeds also invests heavily in training opportunities such as Master Classes on relevant topics and current themes as well as opportunities to get involved in development within the service as a whole. All managers have the opportunity to get together at the Deputy Directors Development Sessions which enables managers on all levels to learn and grow together. You will benefit from a stable work force in an authority where restorative practice and approaches are well embedded in the fabric of our culture.
You will be part of an area management group supported by a Service Delivery Manager and Head of Service with clear links and relationships with all parts of the wider service
The OFSTED report highlights that
“The leadership team has a clear and ambitious vision for what it wishes to achieve for the children of Leeds. Substantial progress has been made in delivering this vision to make Leeds a child-friendly city.
Leaders are committed to continuous improvement, invite feedback and engage in innovations to further enhance services.
There has been investment in the effective recruitment and development of staff, facilitating a more experienced and stable workforce that is very loyal to Leeds and highly motivated to provide the best service it can to children and families. Social work practice and leadership in Leeds is consistently good as a result.” OFSTED Dec 2018)
There has been investment in the effective recruitment and development of staff, facilitating a more experienced and stable workforce that is very loyal to Leeds and highly motivated to provide the best service it can to children and families. Social work practice and leadership in Leeds is consistently good as a result.” (OFSTED Dec 2018)
For further information or an informal discussion please contact Cath Jones, Service Delivery Manager on 0113 3786212
Closing date for applications 13th February 2019
Restorative Early Support (RES) team manager (PO6)
As a Team Manager in RES, you will be able to lead on embedding the Leeds Practice Model underpinned by restorative practice, which is the bedrock of Leeds Children and Families Services ambition to universally recognise the utility of families themselves and the intrinsic value of highly collaborative approaches. The Leeds Practice Model encompasses Rethink Formulation, Leeds Practice Principles and Outcome Focused Supervision.
Restorative Early Support (RES) arrangements bring together social work and family support staff locally, with the aim of providing a more flexible, responsive, multi- disciplinary approach to working with families within their own communities. RES arrangements are already established in each of the high needs clusters in the city. Feedback from evaluation is promising – with very positive feedback from local schools and the cluster about how the teams are supporting improved relationships, practice and joint working, speeding up access to advice and support for families.
Our recent OFSTED inspection highlighted that:
“The early help support has been further enhanced by the introduction of the Restorative Early Support (RES) teams who work intensively with families, setting clear goals that are reviewed weekly. Utilising restorative principles, families ‘own’ the plan promoting sustainable change. The work seen in the RES teams demonstrated intensive intervention with families, who are maintaining change and preventing the escalation of concerns. These teams include social workers and support workers and provide an effective interface between the early help and statutory services, either by preventing the escalation of concerns or by providing longer-term support to families that no longer need a statutory intervention.” (OFSTED Dec 2018)
For further information or an informal discussion please contact : Janine Craven, Service Delivery Manager on 0113 3785371
Closing date for applications 13th February 2019
Duty and Advice Team Manager (PO6)
As a team manager at the Front Door you will be able to work in a collaborative and creative way. The Front Door arrangements move away from a traditional MASH set up, instead focusing on a range of partners working together with the best interest of Children and Families co-located. The Duty and Advice social work team is a key part of the Front Door arrangements. There are 4 team managers and 1 child Exploitation manager who work together to ensure that all contacts to the service are screened effectively with timely decision making, involvement in the Daily Domestic Violence Meeting to manage risk and provide support, close working with Early Help and statutory partners across the city. We also have adopted a “No Threshold approach” which has ensured that the right conversations are held with the right people at the right time. OFSTED in our recent inspection noted:
“Leeds local authority have well-established multi-agency arrangements at the ‘front door’. These have replaced the traditional model of thresholds and rely on professionals having the ‘right conversation at the right time’ to enable families to access services that meet their needs. This approach is well understood across the multi-agency partnership and professionals know when to refer matters to children’s social work services(CSWS). “
“An efficient system in the multi-agency front door enables contacts to be signposted to the right service at the earliest opportunity, proportionate to the level of presented needs. The workers in the ‘front door’ share information well to ensure that decisions are informed and there is clear management oversight of this process. A weekly referrals meeting chaired by the head of the service facilitates further scrutiny and challenge of the referrals progressed in order to ensure that decisions are appropriate.”(OFSTED Dec 2018)
For further information or an informal discussion please contact Farrah Khan, Service Delivery Manager on 0113 2477250
Closing date for applications 13th February 2019
Team Manager Child Health & Disability Service (CHAD) (PO6)
As a Team Manager within CHAD you will be responsible for one of the child health and disability social work team and part of a vibrant management group comprising of three area CHAD teams based in South, East & West North West of the City, Regional Specialist Team based at the Leeds General Infirmary and the Childrens Occupational Therapy Service. You will be supported by a Service Delivery Manager and Head of Service with clear links and relationships with all parts of the wider service. This management group is very enthusiastic and supportive of one another and they are engaged in a number of wider working groups throughout the service and have been trail blazers regarding ensuring children have a voice. You will have the privilege of working with some of the most vulnerable children and families in the City and as Ofsted stated you will be keeping the child at the centre of everything you do.
“There is a long-standing commitment and ambition throughout the council to ensure that children are at the centre of work within the city. As a result, vulnerable children, including those with highly complex needs, have received a consistently good service, and significant demographic and funding challenges have been met.”(OFSTED Dec 2018)
This role will provide you with ample opportunity to work with our close partners to ensure the multiple and complex needs of these children are both properly assessed and met but remembering that working with the child and family is central to our vision and practice. “Relationship-based practice is a clear feature of the work in Leeds”(OFSTED Dec 2018)
Team Manager Regional Specialist team (CHAD)
Within the RST you will work closely with health colleagues and work not just with our children in Leeds but with children from the wider region. You will be an essential part of the regular Multi-Disciplinary Team meetings; although there are specialisms within this e.g. oncology, cystic fibrosis etc you will be the expert in providing social work advice and support for these children and families.
For further information or an informal discussion please contact Halina Nicolls, Service Delivery Manager on 0113 3785142
Closing date for applications 13th February 2019
We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults. We promote diversity and want a workforce that reflects the population of Leeds.
A Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check against the Children’s barred list will be carried out on preferred candidates.
All new Leeds City Council appointments are made subject to the satisfactory completion of a six month probationary period.