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Bullion Hall is looking for freelance tutors

21st June 2021
Bullion Hall is looking for freelance tutors

Bullion Hall is a popular community centre in Chester le Street offering a broad range of activities to meet all interests, needs and ages from keep fit classes, to arts and crafts groups to music and dance and more.

We are looking to add to our current pool of freelance, self-employed tutors who are experienced at working in community settings. Examples of subjects that we are interested in that will compliment or enhance our current offer, include: sewing, knitting and other crafts painting and drawing, creative writing, choir and singing, exercise and wellbeing activities for example Pilates, Zumba, seated exercise, beginners and intermediary classes in foreign languages/British sign language, music, DIY and other hobbies pastimes or skills that can improve people’s opportunities for future employment

Many of the activities we currently offer are for people aged 50 and over. However, we are particularly interested in developing more classes and activities for children and young people

What to do next?

Email your CV along with a short covering letter telling us a little about yourself to belinda.lowis@bullionhall.com
Our hourly rate starts at £21 per hour depending on skills, qualifications and experience

All tutors must be able to produce an up to date DBS check along with public liability insurance and two references.

Please note that we cannot guarantee any work for tutors and that any opportunities offered will be on a self-employed basis, the tutor being responsible for their own tax and national insurance.

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Bullion Hall is looking for a Care Cafe Coordinator

21st June 2021
Bullion Hall is looking for a Care Cafe Coordinator

18 hours per week, there will be times when this post is required to work full time to cover for annual leave.
£9.00 per hour, to £9.44 per hour following satisfactory completion of a six-month probationary period.

The Wait ’er while café is a well-established and much loved community café based in Bullion Hall Community Centre. The café is staffed by adults with learning difficulties who are supported to develop independent living skills, build self-confidence and make long term friendships in this safe and supportive environment.

The postholder will work a flexible 18 hour week Monday - Friday 8am- 3.00pm. There will be times when you will be required to work full time to cover for annual leave of a colleague. (At least 5 weeks over the course of the year).

Supervise and support the team of service users, who have medium level support needs (maximum of 4 service users per day). Enable them to develop new skills including preparation of meals, food hygiene, health and safety awareness etc.

To support the running of this busy community café, which serves meals in-house, provides meals for activities in the building such as weekly luncheon clubs and serves take away meals to our neighbours.

Support to enable service users to take part in other activities in the centre.

Working with colleagues to support older people who may be taking part in activities and our various luncheon clubs.

The post holder will ensure that the service users’ health and wellbeing remains at the very heart of the day-to-day operations and longer-term developments.
It is essential that applicants have experience of working with and empowering adults with learning disabilities alongside a positive can- do attitude able to work on your own initiative and as part of a team. Subject to funding, this role has the potential for further development. This post is subject to an enhanced DBS check.

For further information, please contact Belinda – 07914755068.For an application pack please email belinda.lowis@bullionhall.com

Closing date; 9am Monday 5th July. Interviews are scheduled for week beginning 12th July 2021.

Please note we will ONLY consider completed application forms received directly from the applicant. Please do not forward CV’s or applications via an agency/third party.

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