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Do you have a desire to teach and inspire others? Tutorial Ltd is looking for private tutors to deliver hour-long sessions in Maths, English, Science, Languages,

Economics, History and more. Employees will earn £15 - £30 per hour, teaching a subject they love, with flexible working hours they accept a wide variety of backgrounds so don’t be afraid to apply.

Lessons are typically one to two hours long per session and lessons will place in you or your students’ homes, though the majority of students expect you to travel. Students vary from primary to adult learners, with many seeking help for

specific examinations, such as GCSEs or A-Levels.

Requirements for the positions are that you must have a strong subject knowledge, a

personable, professional nature and be in at least your second year of University. No formal teaching qualifications are necessary, though some prior tutoring experience is preferred.

To apply for this role, please visit www.

GREGGS TEAM MEMBER Age 16-17 Starter Rate: £6.15 Age 16-17 Full Rate: £6.34 Age 18+ Starter Rate: £7.25 Age 18+ Full Rate: £7.47 Milford Haven

Greggs Team Members are the face and voice of the organisation, engaging with their customers and offering a fantastic

shopping experience no matter what time of day.

Join the Greggs family and you’ll be part of a team that loves to put the customer first in all that they do.

This means a passion for delivering fast

and friendly service, pride in preparing

their much-loved products and keeping the shop clean and tidy; of course, there’ll be time for some fun along the way.

You’ll fit right into the Greggs family if you’re not afraid of hard work and commitment. Some customer service experience always comes in handy although not essential.

Greggs believe in growing together – as a united team and working towards the

achievement of their vision to be a winning brand in the food-on-the-go market.

Greggs is a much loved and trusted brand with a strong traditional bakery heritage. Their people are what make our business successful.

Greggs aim to provide their staff with a

great place to work, where they feel valued by listening, developing and rewarding them.

Shift pattern and contracted hours will be eight hours over two days, and four hour shifts in a permanent placement. Essential skills will be:

• Deliver a fast and friendly service to every customer consistently;

• Work as part of a team focused on delivering a fast and friendly customer experience;

• Achieve consistently high standards to meet customers’ expectations;

• Deliver relevant added-value to customers to increase sales;

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Support profit protection through effective cost control. BENEFITS:

The Greggs Employee Staff Discount Scheme is very generous, offering you up to 50% off their food;

• Your holiday entitlement starts with 21 days, in addition to bank holidays, which increases with service up to a maximum of 30 days after 25 years’

service. (Pro-rata for part time);

• After six months of service, you may be eligible for their profit share scheme, where the company distributes 10% of its profits and allows you to share in the success of the business;

• You will receive free life assurance after one year of continuous service. This is a death in service benefit which provides a lump sum payment equal to one years’ salary;

• You will automatically join the Greggs pension scheme, which is a fantastic way to save for your retirement and allows you to benefit from employer contributions and tax advantages. Other benefits include:

Share Save and Share Incentive Schemes; Childcare Vouchers;

Employee Assistance Programme; Healthcare Plans;

Cycle to Work Scheme.

To apply for this role, please visit www.


This is a fantastic opportunity to make a real difference to vulnerable people in

your local area. At Allied Healthcare, they can provide more than just a care job.

They offer an industry leading training program, access to qualification and

apprenticeship schemes, access to a range of great employee benefits and, of course, wider career progression opportunities

within their network. Working with Allied Healthcare can also be a great springboard for those studying Nursing or Social Care. A job with Allied Healthcare could really be ‘a career for life’.

Within your role, you would be playing a • • • •

fundamental part in improving vulnerable people’s lives by delivering care to them in their own homes. Allied Healthcare is

actively looking for interested people who want to be a part of this and who want to make a difference to our customers’ lives. You don’t need care experience to apply – you will receive their industry-leading training followed by full support as you

continue your career with Allied. What you do need is a positive attitude towards care

and helping others, as well as the means to do a daily route covering Milford Haven. Drivers with access to their own vehicle are essential.

Allied Healthcare has a number of shifts available, ranging from 16-40 hours per week, with a basic rate of pay of £7.20 per hour plus mileage and travel time.

They offer their carers guaranteed shifts or flexible shifts depending on their preference.

Allied Healthcare is one of the UK’s

leading providers of care services – looking after and improving the lives of thousands of vulnerable people every single day. Allied has over 100 branches committed to

supporting their carers who, in turn, deliver outstanding care to those that need it most. Download an application form and apply for this role at:


The Playgroup Leader will be responsible for the playgroup sessions to ensure safe, stimulating group play and to provide for the needs of the whole child. Your main duties will be to:

Provide safe, stimulating group play to meet the social, linguistic, creative, physical, imaginative, emotional needs of each child;

Establish productive working relationships with children, acting as a role model and setting high expectations;

Promote the inclusion and acceptance of all children within the playgroup;

• Organise and manage appropriate learning environment and resources;

Select and prepare resources to take account of the children’s interests, language, and cultural backgrounds;

• Manage liaison with parents and other relevant bodies to gather children’s information, such as Health Visitors;

Plan appropriate play-based activities for individual children;

• Monitor, evaluate and adjust individual plans as appropriate as the children reach their next stage in their development;

• Manage record keeping systems and processes and record progress and achievements in activities systematically and providing evidence of range and level of progress and attainment;

Pier Consulting require Pipefitters, Plumbers,

Electricians andMates for a New Build Construction Project starting at the end of January.Must hold relevant and valid Engineering Skills Card, JIB-PMES card or ECS Card.Must also have

previous experience of working in a Construction Environment.

Please call us on 01446 688886 and ask for Jack. • Take responsibility for the

development and implementation of appropriate behaviour management strategies appropriate for the age and ability of the children in the group;

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Establish constructive relationships with parents/carers;

Provide and maintain equality of opportunity for all children and their families;

Encourage and enable parental involvement in the group, including the involvement of rota helpers in the play activities;

Encourage all children to interact and work co-operatively with others and engage all children in activities;

Ensure there is a good, happy atmosphere at each session;

To manage resources effectively and ensure the hall is left tidy and ready for the next session;

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Take time to listen and respond to children and encourage them to develop;

Provide information and advice to enable the children to make choices about their own behaviour;

Promote independence and employ strategies to recognise and reward achievement of self-reliance;

Comply with and assist with the development of policies and procedures relating to child protection, health, safety and security, confidentiality and data protection, reporting concerns to an appropriate person;

Ensure the children are supervised at all times;

Ensure the Accident and Incident Book is filled in for every accident;

• Manage the other members of staff appointed to the playgroup;

Recognise own strengths and areas of expertise and use these to lead, advise and support others;

• Hold regular team meetings with managed staff; Undertake

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Represent the playgroup at fundraising activities;

• Attend regular meetings with the playgroup committee;

Deal with visitors to the group;

Participate in training and other learning activities as appropriate;

Shop for and prepare the lunch for the children who are staying for lunch club.

Probationary Period for the position will be six months and the post is subject to a satisfactory DBS check and references.

Essential: •

To possess a level 3 qualification in early years;

• At least two years of experience working with pre-school children aged two to statutory school age;

• Knowledge and practical experience of CSSIW legislation relevant to the provision of sessional care for pre- school age children;

• Knowledge and practical experience of Foundation Phase curriculum relevant to the provision of sessional care for pre-school age children;

• Ability to produce detailed appropriate planning of all children’s needs and preferences;

Experience of working in partnership with relevant agencies;

• Ability to communicate effectively with a wide range of individuals and organisations, including parents;

Experience and ability to maintain systems and records for the effective administration and financial management of the provision;

• An understanding and commitment to equal opportunities;

• Ability to maintain client confidentiality;

Commitment to promoting equality and diversity within the playgroup;

• An understanding of play and child development and the ability to meet children’s individual needs;

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Experience working with children with additional needs and following procedures in the playgroup to ensure inclusive practice;

Experience of working as part of a team and work on one’s initiative; Current First Aid certificate;

Current Child Protection certificate;

Current Basic Food Hygiene certificate.

To apply for this role, please contact Broad Haven Playgroup or visit www.indeed.


training/mentoring for other playgroup assistants as required;

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