Jobs For Parents North Leeds

Jobs for parents are family-friendly positions. Flexible or part time hours to enable you to balance work with childcare responsibilities.

If you are a local business with a vacancy to fill, why not advertise the role on North Leeds Mumbler? Find what you’re looking for in our demographic of talented and skilled local parents.

Locality Services Manager at Chapeltown General Practice

Locality Services Manager

Location: Chapeltown, Leeds LS7

Employer: St Martin’s Practice on behalf of Chapeltown general practice

(Part-time: 15-22 hours per week, across 4 days. This is a fixed term contract for 18 months.)

Who are we?

We are a vibrant and forward-thinking network of general practices in Chapeltown, Leeds. It is an exciting time to be working in General Practice in Chapeltown as we engage with the changing NHS & its opportunities to better serve our patients. Our 7 practices have committed to work together in a spirit of co-operation, openness & communication, focused on results & pragmatism – as set out in our shared Memorandum of Understanding.

Who are we looking for?

We are looking for someone who can run the Locality’s existing shared services, improving the way they work and taking responsibility for some key operational and financial tasks. We have plans for new services which you would lead. Running alongside this you would have a critical role in supporting our locality networks, supporting meetings and pushing actions forward, acting as a lynchpin for communications across the locality

You will love working with people in a fast-moving environment whilst getting a kick out of being organised and efficient. It is never boring!

You will enjoy:

  • Bringing a creative approach to making things run smoothly. You like sorting things out.
  • Supporting colleagues to work as an effective team and develop their own skills.
  • Having an eye for detail and getting things finished.
  • Being part of a team where everyone relies on and trusts one another.
  • Connecting with people and keeping them at the heart of the service you deliver.

Previous experience of general practice, while helpful, is not essential. You may want to develop your career in general practice or be looking for a new direction. We are most interested in candidates with:

  • the ability to connect and communicate with people.
  • experience of seeing when things aren’t running well and creating a solution.
  • experience of managing other people and being responsible for their development,
  • who find it rewarding to exploit IT efficiently & effectively
  • thrive when working in a devolved, flexible, autonomous working style.

What will you do?

It is a busy locality and you will be supporting our team to help people who may be anxious, unwell or who just want a chat.

You will:

  • Run our shared services: Woundcare Clinic/ Healthy Minds service /shared Healthcare Assistant service– organising staffing, rotas, bookings, IT, supporting / improving best governance.
  • Develop planned new services including for diabetes, and our winter scheme
  • Write / edit the Locality Newsletter
  • Take minutes & push forward actions for Board meetings, Practice Manager meetings and Nurse network
  • Work closely with the Locality staff from practices and the CCG.

Are you interested?

We would encourage anyone interested to come and meet us before submitting an application.

The salary band for the role is £21,450- £27,300 per year for full time hours (£11-14 per hour), depending on skills and experience. We are happy to work with the right applicant to finalise working patterns as regards days/hours especially if there is a need to work around childcare or other personal commitments.

We offer membership of the NHS pension scheme, and 5 weeks annual leave plus bank holidays.

If you would like to know more or arrange to come and see us informally, please contact:

Camilla Hawkes, Practice Manager, St Martins Practice or 0113 284 9749

Lindsay Gollin, Practice Manager, Allerton Medical Centre   0113 221 1930

How to apply

To apply, please go to

Closing date for applications is 9am Tuesday 27 November 2018

Interviews are planned for week commencing 6 December 2018.

Finance Office at the Bone Cancer Research Trust in Horsforth

Are you looking for a finance role where you can really make a difference in a fast-paced growing charitable organisation?

At the Bone Cancer Research Trust, we are a small team that is passionate about improving the lives of those affected by Primary Bone Cancer. Our ambition is for a future where primary bone cancer is cured. We are based in the centre of Horsforth, just off Town Street.

We are looking to recruit an AAT qualified Finance Officer (or with equivalent experience) who is a well organised and highly motivated individual, that works well in a team. The role is part time, ten hours per week, reporting to the Head of Finance. Responsibilities include accounting for all income received, managing the purchase ledger and maintaining banking records.

If you are interested, please contact Liz Eatock on 0113 258 5934 or email at

For further information about the Bone Cancer Research Trust, please look at our website or find us on Facebook.

The closing date is Wednesday 21st November. Interviews will be held on Wednesday 28th November.

TinyTalk Baby Signing Franchise Opportunity in North Leeds

  • Would you like to work with your baby?
  • Do you have experience in baby signing? (An interest is enough at this stage.)
  • Can you sing in tune…? (You don’t need to be an opera singer but be able to confidently sing nursery rhymes.)
  • Are you professional AND lots of fun?
  • Would you like to do something worthwhile in your local community?

You’d be your own boss and also part of a very strong and supportive team of over 120 teachers across the UK and Switzerland.

You can work school hours, within term time, and have your family at the heart of everything you do.

It really is one of the most flexible, family-friendly and fun jobs out there!

For further information:
* Please give us a ring (01483 301444 or 01483 451058)
* Send us a private Facebook message
* Email us at
* Or click on the link below to watch some videos of teachers talking about why they love being part of the TinyTalk team.

We look forward to hearing from you!

Nursery and Out of School Staff at Children’s Corner Bardsey

LJWB Moorcare

Caring? Friendly? Have a positive outlook on life?

Are you looking for a change in your career? Want to work in care but not sure what it involves? Why don’t you give us a call on 07812 753294 or call in at the centre at 311 Stonegate Road, for an informal chat, we are always happy to help.

We at Moorcare (part of LJWB) are looking for people from all walks of life to join our dedicated team in Leeds.
Your role will be to provide an ethnically sensitive domiciliary care service to members of the Jewish and local community, we want people who can rise to challenges in their day-to-day work and skilled communicators who will listen to people who we support and act on their wishes.

There are Full Time & Part Time positions which will include evenings, alternative weekends and some bank holidays
• All staff are contracted, which means guaranteed paid hours
• All training and induction paid for.

£8.50 per hour (Weekdays) £9.00 (Weekends) Hours of work will be between 7:00am-11:00pm

Location: Moorcare Community Team (Based at LS17, but you will be required to cover various locations in and around the Leeds area).

Benefits: Include Free DBS, Pension, Option to join healthcare Scheme and various other benefits.

Due to the nature of the work a full enhanced DBS will be required.
It is essential you have a valid driving licence for the UK and have use of your own transport.

All candidates are guaranteed a telephone interview.

CV’s are accepted however they must evidence the essential criteria required for the role.

For an application pack please email or call 07812 753294 for an informal chat or any further information which you require.

If you do not hear from us within 3 weeks of your application, it can be assumed that unfortunately, your application was unsuccessful on this occasion.

LJWB is committed to making any necessary reasonable adjustments to the job role and the working environment so that disabled people have access to job opportunities or current employees can continue to work should they develop a disabling condition.

All job applications are retained for 3 months and your data is used for recruitment purposes only.
Please inform us if you would like your application destroyed before this time by contacting by Email:

We will never share your data and will ensure it is kept safe and secure.

Our offices are disability friendly.

We are an equal opportunities employer.

Volunteer with Home-Start Leeds

Volunteer with Home-Start Leeds

Gain confidence; learn new skills supporting families across Leeds

Home-Start Leeds is a family support charity, supporting families In Leeds for over 30 years.  In 2016-17 145 volunteers supported 198 families.

Our volunteers visit families in their homes, support them with difficulties they are facing such as isolation, mental health or substance misuse.  In addition there may be children with additional needs, multiple births or be part of a blended family.

Our volunteers are there to offer emotional and practical support in a restorative way working ‘with’ a family.    Volunteers are someone to talk to and who offer support and options when needed.  Practical support might include supporting a family to access a children centre, going to the park, encouraging play or helping after school.  Our volunteers support families once a week for approximately 3 hours a week for as long as the family needs support – typically a year to 18 months.  Volunteering with Home-Start Leeds is flexible and can take place in the daytime, evening or weekend.

All our volunteers attend a 45 hours preparation. We offer preparation courses in the daytime during school hours or in the evening.  Volunteers are supported by one of our highly trained co-ordinators throughout their time volunteering with us.  Co-ordinators offer on-going support to volunteers making sure they receive all the help they need when supporting a family.

Our volunteers are parents or have parenting experience and understand the struggles of having a family.  We offer our own on-going free programme of learning opportunities, the chance to undertake Level 1/2/3 qualifications when funding is available and work experience opportunities.

A Volunteer’s Story

Michelle has been a Home-Start volunteer for two years and has supported a few families in that time.  She is currently on our work experience programme for 6 months, shadowing our co-ordinator team and learning about the work that we do.  Michelle says “I would encourage anyone to volunteer with Home-Start it is so rewarding, they are like one big family, everyone helps with any problems or difficulties you may have”.   Volunteering with Home-Start is a wonderful opportunity and makes a big difference to families’ lives”   During her volunteering Michelle has successfully completed an Level 4 qualification on “Working with Parents”

For many volunteers, their journey with Home-Start is the first step to building their confidence and self- esteem, and can be that first step into further training or paid work.

If you are interested in finding out more please visit our website, follow us on Twitter @HomeStartLeeds, email us:, call us 0113 244 2419 or pop in to the office: Oxford Place Care Centre, Oxford Place, LS1 3AX

Maternity Voice Partnership (MVP)

Are you an outstanding teacher looking for supply work?

Are you an outstanding teacher who would like to work but can’t commit to full time classroom job at the moment? Do you value your family life too much to be able to give up the whole of Sunday working?


Perhaps you would like to take a step into supply but are worried about becoming out of the loop with best practice or  about not being paid enough to take the risk.

At Guaranteed Outstanding Supply Agency we marry outstanding teachers with schools who only want the best for their pupils even on a short-term basis. As members of our local teaching school alliances we keep up to date with and actively offer low-cost  ( and often, free) continuous professional development for our supply teachers.

We are actively seeking outstanding supply teachers for pre-booked work in our local schools. We pay UPS1 rate for every teacher we employ because we are only interested in working with the highest calibre of people.

If you are interested in working with us and can evidence yourself as a truly outstanding practitioner we would love to hear from you.

Visit our site for more information and to register your interest.

Advertise Jobs for Parents here!

Jobs for parents are family-friendly positions. Flexible or part time hours to enable you to balance work with childcare responsibilities.

If you are a local business with a vacancy to fill, why not advertise with us on North Leeds Mumbler? Find what you’re looking for in our demographic of talented and skilled local parents.