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21 Mar, 2019
Richmond House School is an independent school for children aged 3-11 years and is located in the leafy suburbs of Far Headingley, North Leeds. We are looking for an enthusiastic and motivated individual to plan and supervise our Holiday Club for the school holiday periods with the opportunity to manage this in the future. Our Holiday Club is for children who attend Richmond House School and offers a range of exciting activities to keep our children entertained during the holidays. With over 10 acres of sports pitches and fields, we have both indoor and outdoor facilities for use during the holidays. We are looking for someone to plan, coordinate and deliver a range of activities alongside our own staff and/or sports coaches. Hours of Work: 8:00am - 6:00pm from Monday to Friday (except bank holidays). Requirements Level 3 childcare qualification / Teaching qualification Paediatric First Aid qualification (desirable, not essential) Experience of working with children Good planning and organisation skills. Good understanding of safeguarding and other relevant policies. Excellent people skills. Closing date for applications Monday 11th March. Start date: To be agreed   If you would like to become part of our team please complete the application form on https://www.rhschool.org/about-us/job-vacancies/ and return to enquiries@rhschool.org or post to Richmond House School, 170 Otley Road, Leeds, LS16 5LG. Richmond House School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. Successful applicants are subject to an enhanced DBS check.  
Richmond House School Headingley, Leeds, UK Vacation
21 Mar, 2019
£14.00 hourly
As After School Club Teacher, you will be running educational, hands on after school clubs for children which run for 1 hour, with an extra 60 minutes for set up, clear away and travel time. You will be provided with all equipment for the session along with online tutorials on how to construct the exciting projects. The children will be working with kits that build a variety of exciting items such as torches, air rockets and balloon powered cars;  mixing slime or working with circuits.
STEMKids Ltd Leeds, UK Part time & Casual
18 Mar, 2019
£21,000 yearly
Leeds City Council are recruiting a Fundraiser for the Leeds Parks Fund. They are looking for an organised, outgoing and confident individual to assist with a range of fundraising activities for a new initiative Leeds Parks Fund aimed at raising charitable donations for Leeds parks.   The post-holder will work closely with a fundraising manager enthusing and inspiring individuals and community groups about parks and green spaces and generating donations and legacies from individuals and businesses.  The successful candidate should be able to build relationships with a wide range of people, have good administrative and IT skills, and be enthusiastic and proactive about organising and supporting volunteers. Relevant fundraising experience is desirable rather than essential but a passion for parks is a must.  The role will be based in Leeds City Council’s Parks and Countryside service and will involve travelling to parks across the city to support marketing and fundraising activity. The hours can be worked flexibly and homeworking is possible.  Leeds Parks Fund is a partnership initiative between Leeds City Council, Leeds Community Foundation, the University of Leeds and Leeds Parks and Green Spaces Users Forum. Funded by the National Lottery, and managed by Nesta, it is part of the national Rethinking Parks scheme to test innovative ways of managing the UK’s public parks and open spaces.   A valid driving licence is essential and applicants should be happy to work some weekends, bank holidays and evenings. Leeds is one of the greenest cities in the UK, you can help keep it that way! Pay: £21k pro rata part time 18.5 hours pw Fixed term until end June 2020 Applications close: Thursday 28th March Please note: Due to the volume of applications we receive we are unable to get back to everybody. If you don't receive a response within 6 weeks assume you have been unsuccessful for this role. As this is a temporary role, there is no set deadline, the role will be filled when a suitable candidate is found.
Joblink Leeds, UK Part time & Casual
18 Mar, 2019
£10.33 hourly
People in Action (Yorkshire) Purpose of the post. To lead on planning and delivery of the TEAM youth sessions, providing inclusive youth-led activities to young people with learning disabilities, including autism and Asperger’s, aged 13 – 18 years old. You will be responsible to develop a programme of activities which meet the outcomes of the project whilst supporting and ensuring the safety and wellbeing of the young people during the session. Key duties and responsibilities. To develop quarterly session plans in consultation with the young people which reflect the outcomes of the project. To write weekly and quarterly reports to the Project Co-ordinator. To support and encourage the young people in the group to participate in the activities. To plan and deliver a structured programme of sessions in accordance with each child’s risk assessment and individual profiles. To support and empower young people to engage in activities of their choice and involve them in the design of sessions. To risk assess each activity and venue before delivery. To work with the Project Coordinator to plan external trips with the group. To continuously monitor and collect feedback from young people using creative and inclusive methods. To continually evaluate and develop the activities to meet the needs of the young people. To manage a budget when purchasing resources and materials required for the sessions. Act as a mentor and role model for your support staff and volunteers to ensure a strong and effective team. To lead a brief and debrief with staff and volunteer team before and after sessions. To ensure clear communication with members and positive relationships with parents and carers. This includes utilizing the young person’s communication book. To ensure the social, emotional, communication and physical needs of each young person is met in a manner that is sensitive to the religious, cultural, linguistic and ethnic origins of the individual. To use skills to communicate effectively with all members, and ensure an inclusive approach to each young person’s individual communication skills. To be a key holder for the venue in which TEAM is held To ensure the safety and wellbeing of young people at all times. To attend all relevant training required for this role. To attend mandatory, quarterly supervisions held by the Project Coordinator outside of usual session times. This includes team meetings. To contribute to the promotion and marketing of the project.   Ensure all relevant procedures are fully adhered to including Safeguarding, Health and Safety, Confidentiality and Data Protection. To be responsible for receiving, communicating and reporting any compliments and complaints from stakeholders.   To be flexible in the role that may require sessions to be delivered other than Saturdays including school holidays or full days if a trip is organised. Any other reasonable duties as required Person Specification We are looking for an experienced and reliable person who can take the lead on planning, delivering and monitoring quality sessions for children and young people with a learning disability, Autism and complex needs. All the below are ESSENTIAL criteria for the role; Minimum of 12 months experience of working with children and young people Experience and understanding of working with people with learning disabilities, Autism and complex needs. Experience of managing challenging behaviour and adopting positive behavior strategies with children and young people Ability to use a variety of communication tools and inclusive methods when working with young people. Experience leading and mentoring others to achieve a shared outcome. Self-starter who can manage their own time to ensure sessions are well planned and relevant administrative tasks are completed. Ability to engage and build rapport with young people Knowledge and commitment to a young person centered approach A positive, creative approach towards working with young people An understanding of safeguarding An understanding of equal opportunities and commitment to inclusion. An understanding of health and safety and risk assessment Ability to communicate professionally with parents/carers and colleagues An enthusiastic and flexible approach to the post Able to work flexibly at weekends, school holidays and other sessions We welcome applications and should candidates be successful during the interview process we will then close the job advert
People in Action (Yorkshire) Crossgates, Leeds, UK Part time & Casual
18 Mar, 2019
£9.00 hourly
People in Action Purpose of the post. To assist in the delivery of the TEAM youth sessions, providing inclusive youth-led activities to young people with learning disabilities, including autism and Asperger’s, aged 13 – 18 years old. You will be responsible for contributing to the development of activities which meet the outcomes of the project whilst supporting and ensuring the safety and wellbeing of the young people during the session.   Key duties and Responsibilities To support and encourage the young people in the group to participate in the activities. To facilitate and carry out support in accordance with each child’s risk assessment and individual profiles. Encourage and engage our members to meet their needs and aspirations To continuously monitor and collect feedback from the young people using creative and inclusive methods. To listen and act on any compliments and complaints from stakeholders by taking responsibility for informing the group lead and/or the project coordinator. To be responsible for reporting any safeguarding concerns to the relevant parties. To ensure the social, emotional, communication and physical needs of each young person is met in a manner that is sensitive to the religious, cultural, linguistic and ethnic origins of the individual. To use skills to communicate effectively with all members, and ensure an inclusive approach to each young person’s individual communication skills. Support the group lead in delivering activities and contribute towards ideas To ensure clear communication with members and positive relationships with parents and carers. This includes utilizing the young person’s communication book. To work as a team to ensure the safety and wellbeing of young people at all times. To attend all relevant training required for this role. To attend quarterly supervisions held by the Project Coordinator. To contribute to the promotion and marketing of the project.   Ensure all relevant procedures are fully adhered to including Safeguarding, Health and Safety, Confidentiality and Data Protection. To be flexible in the role that may require sessions to be delivered other than Saturdays including school holidays or full days if a trip is organised. Any other reasonable duties as required Person Specification We are looking for a creative and enthusiastic person who has experience of working with children and young people with a learning disability, Autism and complex needs   All the below are ESSENTIAL criteria for the role; Minimum of 6 months experience of working with children and young people Experience of working with people with learning disabilities, Autism and complex needs. Experience of managing challenging behaviour and adopting positive behavior strategies with children and young people. Confident in preventing and managing incidents, following support plans and Experience of providing activities for young people, which are safe, fun and age appropriate.                                                                          Ability to use a variety of communication tools and inclusive methods when working with young people Ability to engage and build rapport with young people A proactive individual who works well within a team Knowledge and commitment to a young person centered approach A positive, creative approach towards working with young people An understanding of safeguarding An understanding of equal opportunities and commitment to inclusion. An understanding of health and safety and risk assessment Ability to communicate professionally with parents/carers and colleagues An enthusiastic and flexible approach to the post Able to work flexibly at weekends, school holidays and other sessions We welcome applications and should candidates be successful during the interview process we will then close the job advert
People in Action (Yorkshire) Crossgates, Leeds, UK Part time & Casual
18 Mar, 2019
£5.00 - £10.00 hourly
We are looking to expand our team of dedicated trampoline coaches, to work in both competitive and recreational classes. The ideal candidates would already hold a Level 2 British Gymnastics qualification in trampoline, however this is not essential to be able to apply, as we are prepared to work with suitable candidates and train them up to achieve their coaching qualifications. Where do classes run? At our dedicated facility: Harrogate Gymnastics Club, Unit 7, The Zone, Hornbeam Park Ave, Harrogate, HG2 8QT Or Satellite venue Rossett Sports Centre, Pannal Ash Road, Harrogate, HG2 9JP When do classes run? Friday evening and Saturday afternoons ( 11.5 hours available in total) Rates of pay? We offer competitive rates of pay and these vary depending on your coaching position, level of qualification and experience.
Harrogate Gymnastics Harrogate, UK Part time & Casual