- Location: Wick
- From £8.25 per hour
- Hours: Part Time Temporary
- Contact: Shelly Dygutowicz
Relief Support workers x4
Employment opportunity to join the team of No Limits Caithness, a registered charity offering a safe and secure childcare service for children with additional, multiple and complex needs and with a specific focus of work during school holiday periods and Saturdays to be based at Wick Family Centre, Bank Row, Wick, KW1 5EY:-
£8.25 per hour unqualified/ £9 per hour qualified
? To provide relief cover on an as and when basis to work with other practitioners as part of a team in the daily provision of childcare in accordance with the policies and procedures of the centre, with particular regard to Health & Safety.
? To Ensure a caring environment to support the physical, emotional, social and personal welfare of the children that promotes a healthy and fulfilled lifestyle and a positive attitude to life
? Interpersonal skills required for this position, requested by the children, include funny, crazy, outgoing, enjoys singing, bubbly and cheerful. Not afraid to join in and get messy. Eager to learn. Interesting life experiences. Has to be able to make a great cuppa! Caring and approachable.
? Skills required is being able to stay calm in any situation, good communication skills, can work well within a team or on their own initiative. Show skills in planning, implementing and evaluating activities.
No Limits Caithness strives to be a fair and ethical employer offering opportunities to be part of a dynamic team and work in an environment that empowers, develops and values the contributions and commitment of the workers and volunteers.
For more information on the vacancies or to apply send an email to (link removed) or call us on 07551585558 and ask for Shelly.
Successful candidates will be provided with the opportunity to attend an interview which will include some of the children/users of the centre.
These posts are exempt from the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 by the Exclusions and Exceptions (Scotland) Order 2003 and the successful applicants will be required to obtain a Protection of Vulnerable Groups (Scotland) Scheme Membership.