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19 Sep, 2019
£15.00 - £20.00 hourly
Are you confident speaking in front of a crowd, with a fun and lively personality? Are you looking for a fun filled, exciting new job or just something to earn some extra money each week? If so, we want YOU! We are looking to grow our family of quiz hosts as our business rapidly expands. You will be responsible for Hosting our amazing Smartphone Quiz Nights and helping to build a community of quizzers (don't worry, we find you the venues!) No experience is necessary as full training and equipment will be provided. So, if you are looking for an energetic night of paid fun, then we want to hear from you! Preferable - Live local on a permanent basis ESSENTIAL - YOU MUST HAVE A DRIVING LICENSE AND CAR TO DO THIS ROLE Job Type: Part-time Salary: £15.00 to £20.00 /hour
Hashtag Quiz Various around the Leeds area Part time & Casual
19 Sep, 2019
£7.70 - £8.21 hourly
We’re looking for someone who’s a good communicator to help us to write marketing emails to our 30,000 students. Can you make dry copy more friendly and engaging to a student audience? Could you improve our attendance at Careers events by encouraging students to sign up? This role is perfect for a student who wants to get their foot in the door in a marketing role – working alongside our placements team and communications officer to write weekly marketing emails to students advertising upcoming events.  You will have: Excellent writing and communication skills Good understanding of social media Effective organisational and time management skills Ability to work accurately and with attention to detail Ability to work under pressure Ability to use own initiative Flexible working approach with a willingness to pick up additional tasks when and where needed Please apply by writing a short covering letter (up to 600 words) summarising any relevant skills, experience and interests. Part Time: 3 hours a week, term time only Start Date: 1st October 2019 End Date: End of Semester 1 
Joblink Careers Centre, University of Leeds, Cromer Terrace, Leeds, UK Part time & Casual
18 Sep, 2019
£17,179 yearly
£17,179 per annum  Full time - 36.5 hours per week  Fixed Term contract for two years Closing Date: 9am Tuesday 1 October  2019 Job ref: 85/19 Leeds University Union is a charity that helps over 38,000 students love their time at Leeds. Located at the heart of campus, the Union is a space to meet people, make new friends and get involved. Find out more about Leeds University Union at  www.luu.org.uk  or follow us on Twitter  @LeedsUniUnion . As part of our ongoing commitment to providing the best employability opportunities to our students, we have developed a new two-year trainee manager program that is ideal for any recent graduates who are interested in pursuing a career within the hospitality industry. The Trainee Assistant Bar Manager will be working predominantly within Old Bar. You will get to enjoy a mix of operational shifts, as well as developing your understanding of business practices, including rotas, stock takes and audits. We are looking for people who are great communicators, team players, give fantastic customer service and who have a passion for working in a busy, vibrant environment. As a student’s union we are closed over the Christmas holiday period and on bank holidays so we have the best hours in the business! We have developed a comprehensive training plan covering the two-year program to ensure that the successful candidates will maximize all of the opportunities available to them, working within one of the best student unions in the country. You will be working a combination of operational shifts, as well as developing your knowledge of business practices, including menu and pricing strategy, business analysis, stock and cash auditing, and helping the wider manager team with the training and development of the staff. We offer 26 days’ holiday (plus generous statutory and customary closure days) and a pension scheme. In your application, please explain how you meet the person specification and what you can bring to the team here at LUU. To apply, please visit our website using the link provided. Please note that we do not accept CVs. If you haven't heard from us within four weeks of the closing date then, unfortunately, you haven't been successful on this occasion. Closing date:  9am Tuesday 1 October 2019      Interviews:   Wednesday 9 October 2019 LUU is committed to equality and valuing diversity within its employees. We particularly welcome applications from ethnic minority candidates who are currently underrepresented in these roles at LUU.
Leeds University Union Leeds University Union, Lifton Place, Leeds, UK Full time
18 Sep, 2019
£16,000 - £17,000 yearly
Administrative Assistant CES Leeds   Job Description   The main duties and responsibilities are as outlined below, although the post-holder may be called upon to perform other tasks and duties as deemed reasonable by the Principal, Registrar and/or Accommodation Officer. Primarily, the post will involve: GENERAL DUTIES   Welcoming new students, answering their queries and assisting them to adjust to England through helpful, positive advice and attitude. Guiding students to correct areas of the school. Liaising with group leaders and agents, sometimes by telephone. Contributing to student and staff welfare in a caring and efficient manner.  Generally assisting students to adjust to England in a friendly and articulate manner. Dealing with enquiries by email, telephone, fax, post or face-to-face. Undertaking general office duties:  Typing letters, documents, reports and faxes, maintaining files, dealing with post, arranging postal collections. To be the first point of contact in reception and answering telephone calls. Filing student details. Assist with the care of photocopiers, and fax. When necessary ordering supplies, helping with mail shots, arranging for documents to be sent by DHL. Unlocking and securing the building, and other similar tasks as requested by the Principal. Participating in the emergency telephone on-call rota as required. Please note that annual leave may not be taken in June, July or August     GENERAL ADMINISTRATION DUTIES   Enrolment Processing enrolment applications from email applicants and selected agencies. Performing all duties connected with such enrolments. Responding promptly and positively to enquiries from prospective students. This involves issuing, via software and email, relevant documents with course and transmitting to the students or agents via post, fax, email and scanner. Informing the accommodation officer of student enrolments. Managing group registrations in the schools software: CLASS, for example, inputting students’ details, processing documents, scanning and liaison with agents and our Registrar. Liaising with group leaders and communication with staff at other school centres. Other Ensuring CLASS records correct and up-to-date at all times. Coordinating with the Director of Studies in the effective management of attendance and student reports. Ensuring effective and timely management of registration tasks by working closely with the Registrar. Liaising daily with and following guidance and instruction from our Registrar. Cover for the Registrar during his/her absence. Obtaining feedback from students on a weekly basis. Managing enquiries and bookings for the IELTS examination. Selling books and reconciliations. Taking enquiries on Facebook and posting events to the school Facebook page.   Accommodation Duties   Group bookings To match families for designated group bookings with any special student requirements as stated on the enrolment form or as notified to you by the school. To make all family bookings initially by telephone and then confirm each booking in writing.   Monitor satisfaction To monitor students' reactions to their families, in part with the help of answers given by students on a questionnaire the school will ask them to complete: to liaise with overseas leaders on problems arising and, as necessary, to discuss any problems with the student and/or his/her family. As you judge necessary, or in response to an overriding directive from the Principal/Accommodation Officer, to move students from families with whom they are unhappy to another family. Communication with host families To notify families in writing of arrival and departure dates and times for their students.  Plus notification of any changes in such dates and times by telephone and email. Airport Transfers . To book taxis as required from flight details received from students.  Arrange for drivers to meet students at airports using standard schools forms to confirm this. Make families aware of flight details to ensure family members will be home to welcome the student.  Ask families to confirm they will show the student how to get to and from school using the correct bus routes, accompanying the student on their first day to the school. Prospective host family enquiries To deal with enquiries from prospective host families, making appoints for visits. Other Ensuring CLASS records correct and up-to-date at all times. Ensuring effective and timely management of accommodation tasks by working closely with the Accommodation Officer. Liaising daily with and following guidance and instruction from our Accommodation Officer. Cover for the Accommodation Officer during his/her absence.   The responsibilities of the position vary very much from day to day so a flexible attitude is most important as is the need to be able to work under pressure during our peak summer season when overtime is usually necessary.        
ces Leeds, UK Full time
18 Sep, 2019
£9.00 hourly
People in Action (Yorkshire) UK JOB DESCRIPTION  Support Worker – Personal Health and Wellbeing   Salary Rate:          £9 per hour                      Hours:                   5 hours on Sunday, 10am – 3pm Location:              Various locations in and around Leeds Holidays:              6 weeks pro rata (Inclusive of statutory and bank holidays) Responsible to:      Personal Health and Wellbeing Project Coordinator   About People In Action (Yorkshire) People in Action (Yorkshire) is a thriving Leeds based charity, established in 1983 to benefit people with learning disabilities, difficulties and similar conditions. The charity makes a real difference to the lives of the most vulnerable and socially isolated; inspiring and empowering people to recognise their potential, fulfil their aspirations and lead safer healthier, better connected lives. The charity provides a range of innovative, inclusive, person centered services which reflect the needs of the people it supports. The activities are wide ranging and include the provision of opportunities for leisure, learning, employment, health, wellbeing and the development of life skills. The range of activities runs from practical courses in employability to social groups that meet in the community to enjoy leisure time together.  Through individual care packages the charity also provides practical one to one support tailored to the needs to the individual.  Purpose of the post To be part of a team that provides health and wellbeing/personal development outcomes for adults with learning disabilities, Asperger’s and Autism from age 18 at weekly session who have an interest in outdoor pursuits. You will be responsible to work with members, families, carers and People in Action staff to support the personal centered outcomes of the member, whilst supporting the group lead, promoting self-directed learning and providing guidance to the group and assist with volunteers. Key Duties and Responsibilities Team Work Be part of a team of staff and volunteers to support weekly outdoor pursuits sessions held on Sunday during the day. To be a team player and flexible to meet the needs of the members in the session. To participate in planning and evaluation meetings. To input into monthly monitoring reports.  Attend compulsory training to enable safe delivery of services. Twelve week programs: To support/facilitate the delivery of an outdoor activity program for 12 weeks in consultation with group members/staff/volunteers and other relevant stakeholders as outlined by the group lead. To support group lead with gathering weekly attendance records and other relevant information as required. To support group members to achieve their own outcomes established through initial assessment. To support the Group Lead in carrying out risk assessments. To support the promotion and marketing of the Personal Health and Wellbeing Development Service and People in Action. To listen and act on any compliments and complaints from all stakeholders and take responsibility for informing the group lead and line manager. To preserve and respect the dignity and privacy of group members their families and observe confidentiality at all times. To follow best practice guidance regarding safeguarding, Care Standards Act, Health and Safety and managing risks legislation to promote independence. Person Centered Work To adopt an enabling approach with the emphasis on what members can do instead of what they can’t do. Provide a person centered model of support which encourages independence and discourages dependence. To ensure the social, emotional, communication and physical needs of each member is met in a manner that is sensitive to the religious, cultural, linguistic and ethnic origins of the individual. To support volunteers with and without learning disabilities in the group sessions and assist in their development. Personal Support & Development To attend training and meetings as and when required.  These may be day time events and in own time. To receive supervision once every 12 weeks and liaise with the line manager as required, attend project team meetings. To support group lead on delivering evaluations with parents/carers/professionals every 12 weeks and report the findings to the line manager. Safeguarding Adults To report any significant issues, notifiable events or concerns immediately through line management channels. Other Duties To promote the work of the project/service and the charity To adhere to and implement service policies, procedures and protocols within the employee handbook To observe the requirements of member confidentiality and Data Protection legislation. To ensure that the service is provided in accordance with People in Action’s standards and objectives, safe guarding, risk assessments, Health and Safety requirements and the General Social Care Council’s Code of Conduct.  Any other reasonable duties as required   Person Specification We are looking for an enthusiastic person who has an interest in the outdoors and the ambition to support our members during activities. The below are all ESSENTIAL criteria for the role; Experience of working with adults with learning disabilities, autism and Asperger’s, including learning difficulties, disabilities and complex needs Experience of working within different community settings Knowledge of Person Centered Approaches An understanding of safeguarding An understanding of equality, diversity and discrimination Basic understanding of Health & Safety and Risk Assessments Ability to support members in a creative way that respects choice, dignity, respect and privacy Ability to communicate professionally with members, parent, carers and colleagues A constructive, flexible approach to team work An enthusiastic and proactive approach to the role Behave in accordance with People in Action’s values and uphold these at all times   This Job Description is not exhaustive. It will be subject to periodic review and may be amended following discussion between the post-holder and employer.   For further information or to request an application pack email Leigh-Ann Hays, HR Officer on leigh-ann.hays@peopleinaction.org.uk   
People in Action (Yorkshire) Remote (Meet at the Bus Station, Leeds City Centre) Part time & Casual
18 Sep, 2019
£9.00 hourly
People in Action (Yorkshire) Job description and person specification Group Support Worker for Pudsey Group Salary:  £9 per hour      Hours:   3 hours per week at club between 6.30 – 9.30pm on Thursday nights   Holidays:  The club meets for 39 weeks a year during term time. Annual leave to be taken during school holidays.   Responsible to:  Changing Lives Service Manager     People in Action (Yorkshire) is a thriving Leeds based charity, established in 1983 to benefit people with learning disabilities, difficulties and similar conditions. The charity makes a real difference to the lives of the most vulnerable and socially isolated; inspiring and empowering people to recognise their potential, fulfil their aspirations and lead safer, healthier, better connected lives. The charity provides a range of innovative, inclusive, person centred services which reflect the needs of the people it supports. The activities are wide ranging and include the provision of opportunities for sports and leisure, learning, employment, health, wellbeing and the development of life skills. The range of activities runs from practical courses in employability to social groups that meet in the community to enjoy leisure time together.  Through individual care packages the charity also provides practical one to one support tailored to the needs to the individual. Changing Lives Service (CLS) is a contract delivered by People in Action to support adults from age 18 years which is delivered in 10 venues across Leeds, each venue has its unique identity and may have up to 40 – 100 customers attending a session.   Purpose of the post   The post holder is required to support the Changing Lives Pudsey Club group in the role of Group Support Worker. The club is based at  Priesthorpe School, Priesthorpe Lane, LS28 5SG The post holder will have responsibility for Safeguarding, Health and Safety, liaising with Staff, Volunteers, Club Members, carers, Support Workers and other partners. To plan varied activities for members in line with members preferences. To supervise volunteers. To maintain records and support the Group Leads with quarterly monitoring   Duties and responsibility   Paid Staff: To support staff and 10 volunteers to enable delivery of weekly sessions held on Thursday evenings at Priesthorpe School, Priesthorpe Lane, LS28 5SG Volunteers: To support the volunteers assigned to the Club by providing guidance before and during the Club activities. To support volunteers with and without disabilities and develop their skills and interests by ensuring opportunities are created for contribution into planning and delivery of activities. To liaise closely with the Changing Lives Service Manager on all matters relating to volunteers.   Club Activities and general duties: To plan a varied activity programme with members. To support the Group Lead to carry out risk assessments for the activity programme schedule and record and share these with the Changing Lives Service Manager. To support fundraising efforts of the club. To ensure contingency arrangements are in place in the event of own absence.   Own Support: To receive quarterly supervisions. To attend and participate in team meetings either at the Club or at People in Action’s office. To inform the Changing Lives Service Manager of own or other staff sickness and holidays in accordance with the contract of employment. To immediately inform by telephone call to the Changing Lives Service Manager/Chief Executive of any safeguarding matters. To report any significant issues, notifiable events or concerns immediately through line management channels. Attend Compulsory training which includes: Induction, Safeguarding, First Aid, Risk Assessments, Health & Safety, Learning Disability Awareness, Equality and Diversity, to enable safe delivery of services. General Duties Support members to attend occasional day or evening trips and events.  To support members to participate and learn life skills in health and wellbeing, independence, sport, social and leisure activities.  To preserve and respect the dignity and privacy of members their families and observe confidentiality at all times. To follow best practice guidance regarding safeguarding, Care Standards Act, Health and Safety and managing risks legislation to promote independence. To provide cover as required in the event of staff shortages. To support anti-discrimination policies and procedures and promote equality of opportunity at all times. To undertake such additional duties appropriate to the post and to support the organisation’s wider goals by working flexibly across the organisation from time to time as determined by your Manager. To communicate with and provide information to the members advocate/carer/family. Performing such other duties as may be required to achieve the objectives of the organisation.   Person Specification We are looking for an individual who is passionate about making a difference to our member’s lives by empowering and encouraging their independence. As a support worker within the group you be responsible for supporting our members in participating in activities and fulfilling their needs and aspirations.  All of the below is ESSENTIAL criteria. Commitment to the provision of high quality person-centered support to empower members. Understanding of the importance of choice, control, rights and empowerment Current or previous experience of supporting/caring for others in a paid/voluntary capacity Working within a team in collaboration with staff/volunteers/customers and their families/careers and partner organisations. Knowledge of the needs and rights of people with learning difficulties/disabilities and other impairments and an understanding of the issues which members face. Knowledge of Health and safety and Risk management policy and procedure Communicate effectively and sensitively with different people, including good standard of written English. Support members in a creative way that respects choice, dignity, respect and privacy. Complete and maintain accurate written records and follow policies and procedures. Able to work using own initiative, plan and priorities workload, and contribute own ideas to support service delivery. Form and maintain effective working relationships with members, alongside their families, colleagues and partner organisations. Awareness of and commitment to promoting equal opportunities for all. Willingness to undertake training as required to learn and develop new skills Able to work flexibly to meet the needs of members, the service and organisation. Have a person-centered approach to all work. This Job Description is not exhaustive. It will be subject to periodic review and may be amended following discussion between the post-holder and employer. For further information or to request an application pack, please email Leigh-Ann Hays, HR Officer on leigh-ann.hays@peopleinaction.org.uk  
People in Action (Yorkshire) Remote (Priesthorpe School, Priesthorpe Lane, Pudsey, Leeds LS28 5SG, UK) Part time & Casual
18 Sep, 2019
£9.00 hourly
People in Action (Yorkshire) Job description and person specification   Group Support Worker for Club 33   Salary:   £9 per hour    Hours:    3 hours per week at club between 6.30 – 9.30pm on Monday nights Holidays:  6 sessions (including bank holidays) Location:  The Vinery Centre, 20 Vinery Terrace, Leeds, LS9 9LU Responsible to:  Changing Lives Service Manager    People in Action (Yorkshire) is a thriving Leeds based charity, established in 1983 to benefit people with learning disabilities, difficulties and similar conditions. The charity makes a real difference to the lives of the most vulnerable and socially isolated; inspiring and empowering people to recognise their potential, fulfil their aspirations and lead safer, healthier, better connected lives. The charity provides a range of innovative, inclusive, person centred services which reflect the needs of the people it supports. The activities are wide ranging and include the provision of opportunities for sports and leisure, learning, employment, health, wellbeing and the development of life skills. The range of activities runs from practical courses in employability to social groups that meet in the community to enjoy leisure time together.  Through individual care packages the charity also provides practical one to one support tailored to the needs to the individual. Changing Lives Service (CLS) is a contract delivered by People in Action to support adults from age 18 years which is delivered in 10 venues across Leeds, each venue has its unique identity and may have up to 40 – 100 customers attending a session. Purpose of the post The post holder is required to support the Changing Lives Club 33 group in the role of Group Support Worker. The club is based at The Vinery Centre, 20 Vinery Terrace, LS9 9LU The post holder will have responsibility for Safeguarding, Health and Safety, liaising with Staff, Volunteers, Club Members, carers, Support Workers and other partners. To support the planned varied activities for members in line with members preferences. To supervise volunteers. To maintain records and support the Group Lead with quarterly monitoring Duties and responsibility Paid Staff: To support the group lead to deliver the weekly sessions held on Monday evenings at The Vinery Centre, 20 Vinery Terrace, LS9 9LU Volunteers: To support the volunteers assigned to the Club by providing guidance before and during the Club activities. To support volunteers with and without disabilities and develop their skills and interests by ensuring opportunities are created for contribution into planning and delivery of activities. To liaise closely with the Changing Lives Service Manager on all matters relating to volunteers. Club Activities and general duties: To help plan a varied activity programme with members and the group lead. To support the Group Lead to carry out risk assessments for the activity programme schedule and record and share these with the Changing Lives Service Manager. To support fundraising efforts of the club. To ensure contingency arrangements are in place in the event of own absence. Own Support: To attend and participate in team meetings either at the Club or at People in Action’s office. To inform the Changing Lives Service Manager of own or other staff sickness and holidays in accordance with the contract of employment. To immediately inform by telephone call to the Changing Lives Service Manager/Chief Executive of any safeguarding matters. To report any significant issues, notifiable events or concerns immediately through line management channels. Attend Compulsory training which includes: Induction, Safeguarding, First Aid, Risk Assessments, Health & Safety, Learning Disability Awareness, Equality and Diversity, to enable safe delivery of services. General Duties Support members to attend occasional day or evening trips and events.  To support members to participate and learn life skills in health and wellbeing, independence, sport, social and leisure activities.  To preserve and respect the dignity and privacy of members their families and observe confidentiality at all times. To follow best practice guidance regarding safeguarding, Care Standards Act, Health and Safety and managing risks legislation to promote independence. To provide cover as required in the event of staff shortages. To support anti-discrimination policies and procedures and promote equality of opportunity at all times. To undertake such additional duties appropriate to the post and to support the organisation’s wider goals by working flexibly across the organisation from time to time as determined by your Manager. To communicate with and provide information to the members advocate/carer/family. Performing such other duties as may be required to achieve the objectives of the organisation. Person Specification We are looking for an individual who is passionate about making a difference to our member’s lives by empowering and encouraging their independence. We are looking for an enthusiastic person who is able to be caring, sensitive and patient while supporting individuals with a learning disability or Autism. All the following are ESSENTIAL criteria                     Commitment to the provision of high quality person-centered support to empower members. Understanding of the importance of choice, control, rights and empowerment Current or previous experience of supporting/caring for others in a paid/voluntary capacity Working within a team in collaboration with staff/volunteers/customers and their families/careers and partner organisations. Knowledge of the needs and rights of people with learning difficulties/disabilities and other impairments and an understanding of the issues which members face. Knowledge of Health and safety and Risk management policy and procedure Communicate effectively and sensitively with different people, including good standard of written English. Support members in a creative way that respects choice, dignity, respect and privacy. Complete and maintain accurate written records and follow policies and procedures. Able to work using own initiative, plan and priorities workload, and contribute own ideas to support service delivery. Form and maintain effective working relationships with members, alongside their families, colleagues and partner organisations. Awareness of and commitment to promoting equal opportunities for all. Willingness to undertake training as required to learn and develop new skills Able to work flexibly to meet the needs of members, the service and organisation. Have a person-centered approach to all work. This Job Description is not exhaustive. It will be subject to periodic review and may be amended following discussion between the post-holder and employer. For further information or to request an application pack, please email Leigh-Ann Hays, HR Officer on leigh-ann.hays@peopleinaction.org.uk
People in Action (Yorkshire) Remote (The Vinery Centre, 20 Vinery Terrace, Leeds, LS9 9LU) Part time & Casual
18 Sep, 2019
£23,000 yearly
c.£23,000 per annum  Full time - 36.5 hours per week  Closing Date: 9am Wednesday 2 October 2019  Job ref: 103/19 Leeds University Union is a charity that helps over 38,000 students love their time at Leeds. Located at the heart of campus, the Union is a space to meet people, make new friends and get involved. Find out more about Leeds University Union at   www.luu.org.uk   or follow us on Twitter   @LeedsUniUnion . Our Events Team work together to create a diverse and eclectic range of events ensuring that we contribute positively to the student experience and create a union to be proud of. As Live Music Coordinator, you’ll be working to attract a varied programme of Live Music Events to LUU that deliver both the required commercial return and appeals to our diverse membership. You would have a wide range of spaces to work with including Stylus the largest of three interlinked venues, two Theatres, two bars and the University’s Refectory. We need a highly talented and motivated individual who has experience of artist liaison, working with promoters, managing a busy diary and who is looking for the next step in their career. You will be an excellent communicator, team player and highly customer focused. You would be required  to be flexible with shifts, working when the business needs it most. LUU offers great development opportunities through training, job shadowing and wider organisational involvement in key projects and initiatives.  In your application, please explain how you meet the person specification and what you can bring to the team here at LUU. We offer 26 days’ holiday (plus generous statutory and customary closure days) and a pension scheme. To apply, please visit our website using the link provided. Please note that we do not accept CVs. If you haven't heard from us within four weeks of the closing date then, unfortunately, you haven't been successful on this occasion. Closing date:  9am Wednesday 2 October 2019      Interviews:  Tuesday 15 October 2019                 LUU is committed to equality and valuing diversity within its employees. We particularly welcome applications from ethnic minority candidates who are currently underrepresented in this team at LUU.
Leeds University Union Leeds University Union, Lifton Place, W Yorkshire, Leeds, UK Full time
18 Sep, 2019
£7.79 - £9.20 hourly
We are excited to announce that we are recruiting for event staff to join our team at the UCI WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS! We need TRAFFIC STEWARDS at the following locations: * 21st Sept - Beverley, Market Weighton, Ricall, Tadcaster, Ripley * 24th Sept - Ripon, Wormald Green * 25th Sept - Northallerton, Masham, Leeming * 27th Sept - Sherburn, Boroughbridge, Ripon * 29th Sept - Ripon Once you have applied online you will be short-listed for the events you have requested. Before the event, we will text you with further information. If you do not hear from us do get in touch again, but it may be that demand has been too great for everyone to be offered work. How much do I get paid? The rate of pay is: 25 and over: £8.21 per hour plus £0.99 holiday pay 21 to 24: £7.70 per hour plus £0.93 holiday pay 18 to 20: £6.95 per hour plus £0.84 holiday pay. These amounts will be shown separately on your payslip. You must be 18 years old or over to work for us. Apply today, create your unique SEP profile on our website, then contact us on 01423326622 opt 1,  quoting LEEDS UNI UCI and telling us the LOCATION you'd like to work at to secure your shift! For more information about us, head to: www.sepevents.co.uk You can also see us on Facebook!  www.facebook.com/sepevents/
SEP Events Remote (North Yorkshire, UK) Part time & Casual