… working for a community organisation
16 hours fixed term position for 6 months
Competitive Rates of Pay
Linskill Nursery are looking to employ an enthusiastic Nursery Officer to join the team in our busy nursery, based within the Linskill Centre in North Shields, caring for babies and children from 6 weeks to 5 years.
Applicants must have a NVQ Level 3 in Childcare & Education or the equivalent, at least one
year’s experience working within a nursery/early years setting, have extensive knowledge of EYFS
and able to follow guidelines and frameworks set out by OFSTED. You will be required to interact
with children, colleagues and parents.
Your daily tasks will include (but are not exclusive to) the planning, providing and evaluating of a
range of stimulating play based activities appropriate to the age of the child. You will carry out a
range of observations, keep concise records and supervise children during meal times. You may
also have the responsibility of working with a group of children within the key person role.
You will be expected to attend relevant staff training and to attend and contribute to staff
All job offers with LNTCDT are offered based on a satisfactory enhanced DBS check, references
and a probationary period of three months.
The closing date for this vacancy Friday 30 April 2021 at noon.
For a job description and an application form please contact Kerry Steen on 0191 257 8000 or
email email@example.com. For an informal chat regarding the position please contact Debra Dunn on
0191 270 4243
Linskill’s Men’s Community Shed
Technician / Project Worker
20 hours per week contract, pro-rata of £22,500 per annum, fixed term for two years
(previous applicants need not apply)
Linskill and North Tyneside Community Development Trust (LNTCDT) have vacancy for a Technician /
Project Worker to lead and co-ordinate the successful delivery of Men’s Community Shed activities, based
at Linskill Centre. North Shields. This is a new post to complement the completion of the Linskill Shed
conversion – click here for more information on the project.
The successful applicant must be suitably skilled/qualified in leading woodworking, repair and recycling
projects, have relevant experience of working in an education or community setting and be creative in
their approach and attitude in working with adults. Suitable applicants will possess strong social skills, be
confident in managing their own workload and working to deadlines, possess good IT skills, be able to
communicate effectively at all levels, and be skilled in project management.
All job offers with LNTCDT are conditional on satisfactory DBS checks, references and a probationary
period of three months. LNTCDT is an equal opportunities employer
The closing date for this vacancy is Friday 30 April 2021 at 4pm and interviews will be held week
commencing 10 May 2021.
For an informal conversation about this posts contact Janice Irving, Community Development Manager on
0191 257 8000.