Riverside works to improve the health and well-being of disadvantaged communities within the west end of Newcastle through using a community development approach to ensure appropriate service provision, and to tackle issues that affect the health of the community in the broadest sense.
We are seeking to recruit an Early Years Assistant to contribute to the work of our organisation by supporting various play sessions, creches and supporting parents in their role. The work will be undertaken in conjunction with the rest of our early years and wider Riverside team and in collaboration with our many partners.
If you fit the criteria below, and want to be part of our team, please apply for this post:
Minimum qualification: level 2 Childcare or equivalent
- Commitment to equal opportunities
- Knowledge of child development and children’s needs
- Ability to communicate well with adults and children
Hours per week: 16 per week Monday to Friday
Closing date: Tuesday 14th December 2021
Interview date: Thursday 16th December 2021
For an application pack please click the link below:
Successful candidates will be required to complete an enhanced DBS Disclosure and provide references.
Riverside Community Health Project is an equal opportunities employer and welcomes applications from people with a disability.
Riverside Community Health Project,
Newcastle upon Tyne,
Registered Charity No: 1028632 Private Limited Company No: 2869470