“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 that would suit a local parent and would like to advertise the role on Hull and East Riding Mumbler then please contact me here.
Contract Type: Temporary maternity cover to commence December 2020
Based at South Hunsley School and Sixth Form College, East Dale Road, Melton, HU14 3HS
Salary: Scp 25, £28,785 (salary negotiable dependent on experience)
South Hunsley is a genuinely outstanding school where everyone has the highest possible aspirations. We believe that the potential of young people is limitless and we are very proud of the fact that our students are the highest performing students in the East Riding. Our committed and caring staff are fundamental to the success of our students.
This is an exciting opportunity to join South Hunsley School and Sixth Form College in the role of Finance Manager. You will be required to manage a team of 3 colleagues and will collectively support South Hunsley School and Sixth Form College, Hunsley Primary and Yorkshire Wolds Teacher Training. You will have a background/knowledge/expertise in the preparation of management accounts, budget to actual reports, key reconciliations, extended trial balances and budget plans.
We are a values driven organisation, offering autonomy, collaboration, shared learning and development, opportunities for innovation, personal and professional growth and a high level of professional trust.
Applications are to be received no later than 9.00am on Monday 12th October 2020.
Find full details and apply online here.
The Education Alliance is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people. Clearance from the Disclosure and Barring Service is required prior to appointment.
Choose Care has been set up by East Riding of Yorkshire Council to urgently recruit into both private and council run adult social care providers. This has become especially important with the COVID – 19 outbreak. Work can take place in a variety of settings including residential care facilities, respite care and care in the home, across East Riding of Yorkshire.
We are looking to recruit people quickly into fixed term and casual paid opportunities. You will:
East Riding of Yorkshire Council is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and vulnerable adults and is pursuing equality of opportunity in employment.
This can be either a full time or part time position, with a minimum of 24 hours or up to 40 hours per week. Bonuses include excellent rate of pay, pension contributions, all meals included and your birthday off work. Expected start date would be as soon as possible for the right candidate.
Wild at Heart is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of the children within our care and expects all employees and volunteers to share this commitment. The suitability of all prospective employees or volunteers will be thoroughly assessed within the recruitment process and this position is subject to a full enhanced DBS check, completed application form and 2 written references.
Wild at Heart, Four Winds Court, Driffield, YO25 9LH. Please call 01377 258698 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for applications and more details.
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At the moment we have a 90 minute online group due to take place at 7.45pm on Thursday 3rd September. Participants will receive £60 for taking part.
If you are interested in taking part in this group or hearing about upcoming research please register your interest using the link here – https://airtable.com/shrY2k8L540K2kkzf (feel free to also pass the link on to family and friends!)
Are you a parent based in Yorkshire & Humber who is thinking about or currently trying to return to work in this current climate? OR have you already returned to work in a lower skilled/paid job, but aren’t satisfied? If yes, then this could be the programme for you!
The CIPD Parent Returner programme* is helping parents in the Yorkshire and Humber area to get back into work. The future of work may seem uncertain right now, but at the same time there are lots of benefits to returning at this time. Employers who previously weren’t always open to flexible working opportunities, have now had to work in ‘different and more flexible ways which may lead to you finding a role that suits your individual circumstances. Relaunch yourself and your career in this changing world by getting the best support to get you going.
It’s completely free and designed to support your return to work after taking time out to care for your child(ren). You will receive mentoring by a qualified CIPD member who has the right skills and experience to help you rebuild your confidence and self-esteem. They will also provide practical support on job searches, CV writing and interview techniques. All of this can be done in virtually from the comfort of your own home – at a time that suits you best.
The programme is open to both men and women returning parents. Register your interest here and the team will call you with more information to make sure it’s the right decision for you. More info on their website here.
*Funded by the Government Equalities Office
We offer the highest hourly pay rate for care work in Hull and East Riding, as well as flexible shift patterns to suit you and your lifestyle – whether you’re a working mum, semi-retired or someone who just wanted to make a difference. No previous care experience is required as we provide a comprehensive induction and training scheme (classroom-based training, e-learning & on-the-job shadowing).
You’ll be recognised as a professional and treated with the respect this job deserves. Appropriate time is allocated between visits – you won’t be asked to shorten a client’s visit to get to your next client on time. We provide ongoing support to gain industry-recognised qualifications such as the Care Certificate and NVQs, allowing you to develop new skills and progress your career.
If you have a baby between 4 and 13 months old, you might be interested in participating in this research….
This research aims to explore women’s perceptions of an online self-care package based on videos about the Alexander Technique. Additionally, this study aims to understand how using the self-care package and daily practice relates to some aspects of maternal well-being. There are several parts to this study: an initial telephone call with the researcher, watching five videos as input, practicing daily 10 – 15 minutes and then filling out a survey on your experiences. The research has been set up so that everything can be done online.
Who is doing the research? Nicola Hanefeld, Teacher of the Alexander Technique, member of the Society of Teachers of the Alexander Technique, STAT, as part of her PhD in Health and Social Care Studies at the University of Hull.
Who can participate? To participate in this study, you must
Please contact the researcher via email: email@example.com and include your telephone number. Full details about the study can be found here.
We are looking for parents and carers, children and young people (aged 10-16 years old) and professionals to answer a few anonymous questions about the HeadStart Hull services running across the city over the last few years.
The survey website is www.headhull.co.uk and the password for everyone is head.
The services which we are interested in are:
This is part of an independent evaluation being run by the University of Hull. If you have any queries or need any support with completing the survey, please email Sarah Colley at firstname.lastname@example.org
Want to start your own business but: Not sure where to start? Lacking business confidence? Looking for advice and support? We can help you!
Build Your Business Training run workshops to help you start, grow or improve your business in Hull. They have special offers for Mumbler, details of the next one coming soon.
HBTC offer a range of free online courses that can help you develop your knowledge of supporting and understanding some of the issues faced by young people, including:
A selection of other free online courses are available including Business, IT, Health & Wellbeing, Social Care and Working With Young People. Full details on the HBTC website here.
Foster carers will need to be assessed and once approved you will receive a generous allowance for each child in your care. You will be provided with comprehensive support and training and your own dedicated social worker to offer you practical and emotional support when you need it.
We welcome enquiries from people of all religions, races, genders and sexuality. Our foster carers reflect a wide range of circumstances and life experience – for example, you may be married, single, in a relationship, divorced, widowed, employed or unemployed – we assess every application on an individual basis. You must have at least one spare bedroom at the time of your application and have the time and energy to meet the emotional needs of a child or young person.