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Surrey Care Trust is a great place to work offering a wide range of career opportunities in a friendly and supportive environment. Our staff are vital to the success of our organisation and each and every one of them play a vital role.
Based: Stanwell SureStart Children’s Centre
Hours: 27 hours per week
Salary: £17,505 – £18,252 (depending on experience)
Closes: 17 January 2018. Interviews will take place on 24 January 2018.
The Surrey Care Trust is looking to appoint an experienced Outreach Worker who is enthusiastic, flexible and highly committed for their well-established Sure Start Children’s Centre based in Stanwell.
We are looking for a self-motivated and experienced person to support families with children 0-11 years. The successful applicant will be qualified with a minimum of NVQ3 in Childcare or the equivalent. This is a key role within the Children’s Centre requiring expertise in delivering daily activities and crèche work for children.
This position offers real opportunities for learning and development.
This post is subject to an enhanced DBS check.
Hours: 18 hours per week worked flexibly
Closes: Thursday 18th January 2018. Interviews will take place on Tuesday 23 January 2018.
We need an exceptional person to join us as a part-time Finance Manager, a new ‘hands on’ role, taking over direct financial responsibilities previously resting with the Chief Executive, as well as a range of operational duties. Our financial accounting and payroll processes are currently outsourced to an external accountancy practice and the focus of this role is on management accounting, contract management and supporting the bidding process for statutory and voluntary funds.
Surrey Care Trust is recruiting tutors to teach on our community-based adult learning courses at various locations across Surrey.
Our free courses are designed to encourage low-skilled adults to take up learning again in a friendly, informal environment and we want to widen the range of topics we offer for short, non-accredited courses.
Tutors will need to be teacher qualified, e.g. hold a Certificate in Education or similar, and be able to offer subjects which can be delivered in a fun, interactive style.
As an example, we currently offer introductory courses in first aid, confidence building and personal development, bike maintenance and a range of crafts.
If you are interested in working with us on a flexible, part-time basis, please send a current CV to our main office:
Surrey Care Trust
WHO WE ARE AND WHAT WE DO You can call us on 01483 426990.