Jobs and Incentivised Opportunities Ryedale

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 mums” 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 Ryedale Mumbler then please contact us here.

Malton School Pastoral Administrator

Pastoral Administrator (37 hours) (KS3 and KS4)

Pastoral Administrator (20 hours) (6th Form)

As a Pastoral Administrator you will provide essential support to the Heads of Year by receiving and dealing with initial queries from pupils, parents and staff; supporting the processing of new starters including transition and registration; general administration tasks such as typing letters, reports, filing, taking minutes.  In return, you will have the opportunity to join a supportive team that looks to develop staff and will enable you to complete bespoke CPD.  Experience working in a school is not essential.  Please see the school website for full details and to obtain an application form.  The closing date is 10 August and we will look to interview on 17 August.

Vacancies – Malton School

Middlecave Road, Malton. YO17 7NH


Welfare Role at Jack Berry House

The Injured Jockeys Fund is a charity whose vision and mission is to improve the lives of injured jockeys, past and present. The Regional and Centre Liaisons are the lifeblood of the IJF. They are the first point of contact to deal with whatever needs a jockey may have, whether this is in the immediate aftermath of an accident or in the longer term for beneficiaries who need ongoing support.

Role: The Injured Jockeys Fund, Jack Berry House is seeking a natural problem solver with a warm and compassionate nature, to join our dynamic and passionate Welfare Team.

In this role, you will provide an independent, confidential, and sensitive welfare service, supporting injured jockeys and their families on a case-by-case basis. This will include working closely with the Clinical and Centre teams post physical injury, helping jockeys with mental wellbeing, assisting them to find solutions to personal, financial, and practical issues, or using your judgement to signpost them to other support agencies where appropriate.

You will work collaboratively with the Centre Manager and Welfare Team to deliver a great experience for our Beneficiaries, and you’ll work with the wider IJF team to deliver a vibrant and engaging programme of events to create an inclusive and supportive network for Beneficiaries at Jack Berry House.

An ability to manage a positive, interactive volunteer group to assist you with the above would be a desired skill. Creative thinking of new and informative ways to engage with a wide demographic of beneficiaries is required. Good computer and social media skills are needed.

Salary: Up to £34,000 per annum depending on experience, plus pension, optional private medical, 22 days of annual leave + bank holidays and free parking.

Hours: 9:00am – 5:00pm, Monday to Friday plus weekend rota system for Racecourse cover.

What’s it like to work for us?

These are some comments from the current Welfare team who would be your colleagues:

“I am extremely proud of the work that the Injured Jockeys Fund does and to be part of the team. It is an environment where I feel valued, well-supported and provided with numerous opportunities to grow and learn.”

“I think we are a demonstrably friendly and supportive team who actively strive to get the best for colleagues and beneficiaries alike.  We want people to succeed and encourage everyone to blossom.”

“A professional and fun team, who pool their knowledge and ideas and are on the end of the phone for one another.”

To apply for this role, please visit our website www.injuredjockeys.co.uk, and follow the directions on the advert. Deadline for applications is 5pm on Friday 22nd July. Interviews will be held Friday 29th July.

We take pride in our team, and are committed to furthering our progress regarding equality, diversity, and inclusion. We welcome people from all backgrounds, ethnicities, cultures, and experiences and do not discriminate on the grounds of gender, sexual orientation, marital or civil partner status, pregnancy or maternity, race, colour, nationality, ethnic or national origin, religion or belief, disability, or age.

All appointments will be subject to full DBS and reference checks.


Is your baby 2-16 months old?

The University of York are looking for babies aged 2 months to 16 months as part of their York BabyLab studies. You will be paid for your time and your baby will take part in new studies on language, motor & sleep development.

If you want to know more…

CLICK HERE To complete the google form

e-mail: linguistics-babylab@york.ac.uk

07385 430886 or 07861 361831

Follow them on FACEBOOK HERE


Fostering North Yorkshire: Hub Community Family Foster Carers

As part of our No Wrong Door project we are looking to recruit new Hub Community Family Foster Carers to our team.

The role would require someone who is available on a full time basis and this is reflected with a generous financial package of circa £39-42k*

Ideally we would want to find someone who has experience to bring to this role –  perhaps you have worked with young people before either in a professional or voluntary capacity?

Or maybe you yourself had a challenging upbringing and are keen to support others to achieve their full potential in life?

Take a look at the role here

or take a look at our website for details of our fostering roles

We hope to hear from you soon!

*Based on a 52 week placement

 

 

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Chrysalis Arts Development Survey


 

On behalf of Chrysalis Arts. We’re a non-profit arts organisation currently working with the Howardian Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty to find out which environmental issues matter to those who live and work in the AONB, as we are hoping to develop a future programme of creative activities that focus on nature, wildlife and the local area.

We’re contacting people across the HHAONB and are eager to hear the thoughts of residents. As the people who know the locality best we really value your insights. Below you’ll find a link to a short questionnaire. If you are able to help by completing the survey or spread the word by sharing the link we’d really appreciate it.

The responses gathered will help us to gauge interest in the programme and to develop new opportunities for groups and communities to get involved. The survey should only take ten minutes to complete and will be a huge help in informing the type of activities we provide. 

For more information about Chrysalis Arts Development please visit: https://www.chrysalisarts.com/


Utility Warehouse

A business that is unique and very exciting.

An opportunity that gives you a chance to better your financial situation and create time freedom, each day.

Millions of people in the U.K. are at the start of a really tough financial situation.

You can build this business without even leaving your home.

Earning hundreds of pounds extra per month by helping people bring more money into their homes.

I know lots of people will just wait, hoping that things will get better for them.

I also know, just like me when I joined, there are loads of people just waiting for an opportunity like this to be given to them.

Watch www.joinuw.co.uk and decide for yourself.

Contact me on james@jamesharris.club or call 07971 203465

 

You too can start benefitting today.


Looking for a new direction? How about fostering?


Maternity Voice Partnership (MVP)

Maternity Voice Partnership (MVP) 
Parent and family representatives are working in partnership with midwives, doctors and other health professionals to help improve future maternity care to women, partners, families and babies. Coast & Country Maternity Voices Partnership (MVP) covers Scarborough, Filey, Whitby and Ryedale. 

Volunteers Wanted to Support the Programme  
For the programme to work successfully we would like to recruit some volunteers to gather information from other families.

This could be done in lots of different ways – through asking for feedback at meetings/groups you already attend, through looking at the results of the ongoing questionnaire, or through visiting clinical areas and feeding what you have found back into the main meetings.

We are aiming to collect feedback from all sorts of people who represent the wide variety of families across Scarborough, Filey, Whitby and Ryedale.

This will be an exciting time to raise awareness around the importance of the maternity services, to make sure that seldom heard voices are heard, and to contribute to future developments in maternity services.

If you would like to feed back, find out more about what is being discussed or would like to volunteer to help:

Please contact Ria Machin and SJ Barker on coastandcountrymvpchair@gmail.com

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