Early Years Project Worker (sessional)

Salary – £9.90 per hour (+12% in lieu of holiday leave)

Bristol Refugee Rights is looking for sessional workers to support our Early Years Project to provide a creche for children whose parents and carers attend our services. We currently run our crèche services on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday mornings.
We are looking for enthusiastic and professional childcare workers who are experienced in providing childcare for babies and children (up to 5 years old). We particularly welcome applications from people of refugee background.

Download the job description & person specification:
🔗Early Years Project Worker – JD & PS
Download the  application form:
🔗Early Years Project Worker – application form

If you have any questions please email applications@bristolrefugeerights.org or call 07305 081096 (Sally Jones – Office Manager). We will be in touch as soon as we receive your application to discuss the recruitment process and attending an interview.

In line with our recruitment procedures all disabled applicants and applicants from a refugee or asylum seeking background will be offered an interview if they fully meet the person specification of this post. We think our organisation will be stronger with greater diversity and welcome applications people of all backgrounds as we believe that each person brings their own valuable experiences to what we do. If you would like to discuss how your particular experience or skills might translate into the criteria set out for this job please don’t hesitate to contact us.

Bristol Refugee Rights
is supported by AB Charitable Trust, Allen & Nesta Ferguson Charitable Trust, Bristol City Council, BBC Children in Need, the Community Justice Fund, The National Lottery Community Fund, Lloyds Foundation, Paul Hamlyn Foundation, Quartet Community Foundation, Garfield Weston Foundation, the People’s Postcode Lottery, Nationwide Community Fund, Leonard Laity Stoate Foundation, Leathersellers, the Tudor Trust.

Registered Company no: 5669208 Registered Charity no: 1126646
Regulated by the OISC. Ref No. N201600021

Patrons: Canon Dr John Savage CBE, Caroline Beatty, Vanessa Kisuule