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Melbourn Community Hub Job Opportunities


CENTRE MANAGER & ASSISTANT CENTRE MANAGER


Day to day running of the Hub, marketing to the public and local businesses, plus the management of bookings.


Broad administrative experience, good people skills and a welcoming face for this vital new village facility.


CATERING MANAGER & ASSISTANT CATERING MANAGER


Café with 40 covers, together with in-house catering. Catering and supervision experience plus personal warmth and professional flair.


All four jobs are part time with flexible hours of work covering weekdays and Saturdays, up to 46 hours per week, shared between roles. Rates of pay are negotiable, depending on qualifications and experience.


To apply for any of these posts please send your CV to: John Travis, 16 Cambridge Road, Melbourn SG8 6HA or by e-mail to johntravis@melbournhub.com


Closing date for applications 15th September 2013


We can make life a little easier Local Community Services at Moorlands Court


Day Centre


 Our friendly day centre is open from 10 am to 3 pm, Tuesdays to Fridays.


 Interesting activities, outings, sociable atmosphere, home cooked lunch.


 Transport available for older people living in Melbourn and nearby villages.


 From just £7.50 per day.


To find out more, just call us at Moorlands Court on 01763 260564, or email: denise.taylor@chsgroup.org.uk


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FANCY LEARNING A LANGUAGE?


Relaxed 10 week courses starting 16th Sept - Saffron Walden & Royston.


French - Beginner through to Intermediate levels


Spanish - Beginner/Refresher level New Introduction to Russian


Bring a friend for free to the


first class with this ad. From £6.50 per class. Concessions given. To enrol, see website or call for details.


t: 07775 640794 www.lingualounge.co.uk


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