Current Job Vacancies 

Specialist  Playworkers


The Short Breaks team helps children and young people with disabilities and complex needs to engage in active and age appropriate play opportunities which promote their independence, social skills and well-being.

ou will be enthusiastic, flexible and ideally have experience working with school aged children and young people in an inclusive setting. Having a caring and child-centred attitude, you will help create a positive environment that provides children and young people with opportunities to experience a wide range of play opportunities, explore activities and experiment, develop friendships and have fun.


Salary:  £11.68 hr / £12.00 Saturdays

Hours:   Primary 9am - 1pm and Secondary 11am - 3pm term time only


Holiday Club offers 7 hours per session. Sessions run weekdays during most school holidays 08/8.30am to 3.30pm (10 weeks p.a.). Staff can be contracted for every holiday or flexi.

If you are playful and creative, a team player and an effective communicator, we’d love to hear from you.

Please click here for job description.


Location: Twerton and Odd Down, Bath

How to apply: Download job description and application form . Send the completed form here.

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Level 3 Early Years Qualified Staff - Part Time Role



We are a small charity run Nursery and Pre-school open term time only and looking for an L3 EY qualified, friendly person to join our lovely team. The role is part time role, working Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Fridays and available for bank work for the remainder of the week.

The role includes the following:

  • * Plan and implement developmentally appropriate playful learning activities for children in line with the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) framework
  • * Create a safe and nurturing environment for children to learn, play and grow
  • * Provide personal care and support to children, including feeding, changing, and assisting with toilet training
  • *Observe and assess children's development and progress, and maintain accurate records
  • * Collaborate with parents and carers to ensure effective communication and partnership in the child's learning journey
  • * Support children with additional needs or challenging behaviour, implementing consistent strategies as needed in partnership with parents
  • * Maintain a clean and safe learning environment, both inside and out, ensuring the health and safety of all children
  • * Participate in staff meetings, training sessions, and professional development opportunities to enhance knowledge and skills

Please see Job Description for more details.

We welcome applications using our Appliction Form and Equalities Form; please state when you would be available for an informal interview when applying. We can provide an immediate start.

Where you do not hold an Enhanced DBS on the Update Service, we will require this and can pay for a new Enhanced DBS.


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