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FEATURED JOBS

Work as a receptionist at a funky office in Shoreditch

Receptionists are the face of the company and are responsible for welcoming guests, answering and directing incoming calls, responding to emails, distributing mail and providing general office support to the rest of the team.

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Work as an admin assistant in a corporate London office

Admin assistants help with the efficient and smooth day-to-day operation of an office. Duties include providing administrative support to managers and employees, assisting with daily office needs and managing the company’s general administrative activities.

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Work as a live-in bartender at a country estate in Surrey

Bartenders are responsible for preparing and delivering quality products in a friendly and efficient manner that satisfies the needs and expectations of guests. With accommodation included in the rolling hills of Surrey, you’ll be assessing customers needs and preferences, making recommendations and mixing ingredients to prepare delicious cocktails.

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Work as a cloakroom attendant at VIP events in central London

Cloakroom attendants provide a warm welcome to guests and look after their coats, bags and other important personal belongings at VIP events within 5* central London hotels and at other exclusive London venues.

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Work as a teaching assistant in a central London school

Teacher assistants work under a teacher’s supervision to give students additional attention and instruction. They provide support to small groups of children who need extra support and also work with children with special educational needs. Teaching assistants help teachers with the day-to-day running of a classroom and can work in one set school or a variety of schools in and around central and greater London.

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Work as an outdoor crewing team member at festivals and events around London

Want to get fit while you work? Outdoor crewing teams play a fundamental part in event set-up, the work is varied and labour intensive! One day you’ll be unloading a truck outside a hotel, the next putting covering on a race course, the next helping the lights, sound, and set departments set up for a show. Crew members undertake a huge range of work within the corporate events, television, theatre and festival sectors and no two days are the same!

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Work as a chef in a bustling city central London restaurant

Chefs provide an outstanding experience for guests by ensuring food is portioned, tasty, and presented in a visually appealing way that meets the needs and expectations of guests. Supervising and coordinating other kitchen staff is an integral part of this position.

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Work as a kitchen assistant in a quirky West London bar

Kitchen assistants provide support to chefs in busy kitchen environments. They are responsible for ensuring the food preparation areas are clean and hygienic and they also help out with food preparation.

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Work as a builder in and around South-West London

The job of a builder can vary, from small fixing jobs to constructing houses and buildings. As a builder, you could be tasked to work on housing, repair and maintenance or development of non-residential and public property. Projects include residential, commercial and public sector work on a variety of sites in and around London.

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Work as a plumber in Central and Greater London

As a plumber, you’ll service and repair heating, water and sanitation systems in domestic and commercial premises. You could work as a maintenance plumber, or on building sites fitting new pipes, radiators, sinks and bathrooms or could be tasked to deal with emergencies. No two days are ever the same and you’ll work with different co-workers and clients, so the scenery changes as you move from job to job!

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Work as an electrician in the heart of London

As an electrician, you’ll be responsible for fitting and maintaining wiring, controls, and lighting systems on projects within the residential, commercial and public sectors. Main duties will include inspecting electrical components, such as transformers and circuit breakers, identifying electrical problems with a variety of testing devices and repairing or replacing wiring, equipment, or fixtures using hand tools and power tools.

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Work as a construction labourer on sites in Greater London

Construction labourers perform a variety of tasks at all sorts of construction sites. The work is labour intensive so requires a high level of strength and fitness but no other experience is required.  Duties may include cleaning and preparing job sites, loading and delivering materials, and using a variety of tools and machines such as blowtorches, forklifts, levels, lifts, power drills, grinders, saws, pressure washers, and water spraying equipment. Labourers also set up and take down ladders, scaffolding, and other temporary structures. As a labourer, you’ll help carpenters, masons, and other specialized contractors on construction sites in and around London.

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Work as a live-in carer for people with a spinal injury

Working with people with spinal cord injuries is highly satisfying and can be great fun. The role is challenging and rewarding in equal measures but requires no previous experience, just a positive, upbeat attitude and ability to put someone else’s needs ahead of your own, whilst working. A personal care assistant provides specialist live in care to people with spinal cord injuries, to help them complete everyday tasks within their own homes. With clients across England (in cities, towns and rural village), as a carer there is the opportunity to travel and experience a range of placements, meeting and supporting different clients.

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Work as a room attendant servicing 5* hotel rooms in Russell Square – accommodation included

First impressions are everything! Room attendants are responsible for ensuring that guests rooms are comfortable, inviting and clean. With a core focus on cleanliness and customer service, room attendants play an essential role in helping to exceed guests expectations. Meals and staff accommodation are included, with less than a 10-minute walk to work in central London.

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Work as a waitstaff team member at 5* events in central London Hotels

Waitstaff team members satisfy the needs and expectations of guests by providing excellent customer service. They are required to serve and clear efficiently in a high volume and fast-paced environment. Waitstaff team members work events like London fashion week, movie premiers, celebrity gala’s, weddings, corporate events, product launches and more within 5* hotels in central London.

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Welcome to working at Dishoom.

We seek out those who are special, interesting, and different. Those who have a spark. But one thing we all have in common is our warmth and genuine love of people, which (we’d like to think!) shines through in the way we treat our guests and one another.

This means that you don’t just join our team – you are welcomed in, embraced as a member of our family.

 

WHAT WE CARE ABOUT

OUR REASON FOR BEING
We think of Dishoom as our own world. A world where differences are celebrated rather than judged.

A place full to the brim with Bombay food and culture. The food is fresher and tastier, the drink more thirst-quenching and the humour more eccentric. At Dishoom, you’re always amongst friends.

 

WE BELIEVE IN SEVA

HAVE A BIG HEART & BE FIRST-CLASS
Our view is that its part of human nature to care about making people happy. We all care about this deeply. We call this Seva. Seva means having a big, warm, open heart. And Seva means wanting to be fantastic – first-class – at everything you do.

Seva means we don’t just serve people, we take them in and look after them to the very best of our ability – guests and team alike.

Join the team

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WHERE IS DISHOOM

Dishoom – Shoreditch, London

Dishoom – Kings Cross, London

Dishoom – Kensington, London

Dishoom – Carnaby Street, London

Dishoom – Covent Garden, London

Dishoom – Manchester, England

Dishoom – Edinburgh, Scotland

POSITIONS AT DISHOOM

  • Busser
  • Expeditor
  • Server/Waiter/Waitress
  • Host/Hostess
  • Bar Back
  • Food Runner
  • Bartender
  • Cocktail/Bottle Service

WHY DISHOOM

  • Guaranteed weekly hours
  • Shift patterns are fair – Work 2 mornings, 2 evenings, 1 double shift and get 2 days off every week!
  • Pre-departure job offer
  • Great wage & great tips
  • Fixed locations for work – with 5 restaurants in central London, pick the one closest to you for a fast commute
  • Family run business
  • At Dishoom, you’re always amongst friends.

MAKE A DIFFERENCE WORK AT DISHOOM

LIFE AT DISHOOM

THE KNOT OF PROTECTION RAKSHA BANDHAN

Fear; we’ve all felt it. Fear for ourselves, fear for others, fear for the future. It’s a really powerful and unsettling feeling. It can make us feel sick, panicked, stressed. It has the ability to make us turn cold towards others. To put up isolating barriers.

History tells us that in times of fear and uncertainty, it’s all too common for this to happen – for people to turn away from one another. The sentiment expressed by Pastor Martin Niemöller in his poem “First they came for…” is no less relevant today – when fear and intolerance threaten to divide us.

Never before has the need to break down barriers been more important.

Tagore wrote his iconic poem ‘Where the mind is without fear’ in 1900. In it, he sketched his vision of the nation he wanted India to be. He dreamt of an awakened country where freedom of the mind and spirit would remove all fear of ‘the other’. Where differences of caste, creed, religion or any other prejudices aren’t cause for division and separation.

Five years later, in 1905, he witnessed the British try to break up Bengal on the basis of religion. In one move, a close-knit community of Hindus and Muslims would be pulled apart and set against each other.

Rather than allow his beloved country to be divided, Rabindranath-ji made a stand for unity by invoking the spirit of Raksha Bandhan (in Sanskrit, ‘the knot of protection’). He asked the people of Bengal to take to the streets and tie rakhis on one another as a vow of protection and mutual respect between Hindus and Muslims. The statement was clear: Do not divide us. We are all brothers and sisters here.

We wholeheartedly share in Rabindranath-ji’s vision, and we believe it is now our turn to say: Do not divide us. We are all brothers and sisters here.

So last Raksha Bandhan we made our own call for unity. Every person that visited our cafés on the day of Raksha Bandhan was offered a rakhi – white, as a symbol of peace – and invited to tie it on someone of a different faith, nationality or culture, as a vow of solidarity and protection.

Tying one of these rakhis created a bond, which meant that you would stand up for that person, regardless of who they are or where they are from.

The bonds that were tied last year, still exist now and hold a deep and important significance for us all. They show that we are all committed – bonded – together to protect and care for one another; that tolerance and compassion visibly outweigh intolerance and prejudice; and that we choose to support each other and celebrate our differences, rather than be divided by them.

For every rakhi that you tied, we donated £1 to Seeds of Peace, a charity that helps teenagers from conflict regions to learn the skills of making peace. In total, we – and you – tied 8,000 rakhis and therefore donated £8,000 to this extraordinary charity.

We can think of few more apt things to do at this time and so this year, we’re celebrating Raksha Bandhan again and inviting you all to tie rakhis on one another. We hope to see as many of you (if not more!) joining us as we strengthen the bonds that bind us. Take a look at what we have planned here.

Thank you most sincerely for supporting us last year. If you too would like to make a donation or learn more about the fantastic work of Seeds of Peace, please visit www.seedsofpeace.org.

UNLIMITED FOOD FOR EDUCATION

Bhawani Singh Shekhawat is the CEO of Akshaya Patra – an extraordinarily brilliant charity that we first linked up with during Ramadan in 2015. At Diwali the same year, we made the partnership permanent. After three years, we’re still immeasurably proud to help them feed millions of children each year and stop hunger being a barrier to education in India. Bhawani is a dear friend, and – along with our partnership with Magic Breakfast here in the UK – joining forces with him and Akshaya Patra is one of the best things we’ve ever done.


Whirling around the school playground with a huge smile on her face, 13-year-old Kirti mesmerises everyone with her graceful dance steps. Her friends encourage her by clapping as loudly as they can to the rhythm of the songs.

This bright, energetic girl dreams of becoming a professional contemporary dancer, and is so passionate about fulfilling her ambition that she walks 10 miles to reach her after-school dance lessons. Kirti studies at a school in Bangalore and receives a free freshly cooked, nourishing lunch every day through our Food For Education Programme. She is just one of 1.6 million children across 11 states in India whom we currently provide with lunch and therefore enable them to attend and stay in school.

Just as Dishoom’s ethos is to bring people from all walks of life together over a delicious meal and break down barriers in doing so, here at The Akshaya Patra Foundation we also believe in the power of food to break down barriers. In our case this is to work towards eradicating childhood hunger as a barrier to education. ‘Akshaya Patra’ translates as ‘unlimited vessel of food’. We want to give every child the energy and security they need to realise their full potential and become the very best version of themselves.

We are the largest non-profit school meal provider in the world, and have won multiple awards. The food we serve is hygienically cooked in our state-of-the-art kitchens and efficiently transported to over 13,000 government schools every day. We rigorously test our food to ensure it is meeting, and in fact exceeding, the nutritional content required – the majority of our dishes are loaded with fresh, seasonal vegetables. Our menus are regionally tailored, and we serve a different meal each day to keep the children guessing what they will be having for lunch, which further encourages them to continue to attend school. For many of our beneficiaries, their school lunch is often the only full, balanced meal they will receive all day as their parents cannot afford to provide them with the food they need to grow healthily.

Why do we focus on India? Because one in three of the world’s malnourished children, and over 30% of the world’s illiterate population, lives in India. A staggering 3,000 children die across the country every day due to hunger, and over 15 million children do not currently have access to a school lunch, with many of them dropping out of education and turning to child labour in exchange for food. These deeply shocking statistics highlight the urgent need for our work, and motivate us to strive towards achieving our mission of reaching 5 million children by 2020.

We know that with full stomachs and enquiring minds, the pupils we serve are shaking up these odds and building a brighter future through accessing the transformative power of education. 78% of parents we surveyed perceived that their child’s health had improved. There are also noticeable improvements in the cognitive development of the children we reach, with 85% of their teachers reporting that the proportion of students achieving higher grades has increased. We have been operating since 2000, and have seen many inspirational cases of young people going on to fulfil their ambitions thanks to accessing childhood education. For example, our previous beneficiary Saraswati is now an MSc in Biotechnology and she is currently pursuing a PhD.

For girls like Saraswati and Kirti, the opportunity to attend school is not always certain – girls living in developing countries are often the first to be withdrawn from education when their family is experiencing financial difficulties. However, educating girls has an undeniably powerful ripple effect, which we are determined to encourage. Evidence published by the World Bank shows that educated women “tend to be healthier, earn more income, have fewer children, and provide better healthcare and education to their children.” When gainfully employed thanks to the lifelong gift of education, a young person can also lift two to three family members out of the poverty cycle.

Feeding 1.6 million children every day and scaling up to reach millions more children who need Food For Education is certainly not something we can achieve alone. We are therefore hugely grateful to everyone at Dishoom for supporting us so generously and wholeheartedly. Every lunch and dinner eaten at each of their restaurants means that one child in India receives a hot, nutritious and life-changing school lunch in return. To date, Dishoom has donated over 4 million school lunches.

Dishoom’s invaluable support has played, and will continue to play, a significant part in making our ambitious goals a reality, and I am excited to see where this partnership will take us together. For now, I will bring my focus back from large numbers to the fundamental difference that we can make to one child’s life if we concentrate on dedicating ourselves to serving them. All of the pupils at our partner schools sit down and eat the meals we provide together, which encourages unity and equity amongst the children.

Every day, when Kirti tucks into her tasty lunch with her friends, the food we provide gives her the energy to learn and to play and, above all, to dance. Keep dancing Kirti, we are behind you every step of the way.

Bhawani Singh Shekhawat, CEO, The Akshaya Patra Foundation UK

For more information, or to donate, visit www.foodforeducation.org.uk

THE MAGIC OF BREAKFAST

FOOD FOR THOUGHT, FUEL FOR LEARNING

It’s a funny thing, hunger, isn’t it? Not the everyday hunger that most of us feel before mealtimes, but real, gnawing, empty-bellied hunger. It’s like being too hot or too cold or thirsty or absolutely bone-tired; when you’re in the grip of that feeling, it’s the only thing you can focus on. It makes you anxious and irritable. You’re certainly in no mood to tackle a complex problem, or to knock out a piece of work you feel proud of. All you can think about is your growling stomach, and how you can get something – anything – to eat.

But like those other urgent, all-consuming needs, hunger can be relieved almost instantly and with a very simple fix; and once relieved it is immediately forgotten. Our minds do not dwell on hunger unless they are forced to. This, quite literally, is food for thought – food (or the absence of hunger) enables us to think, to learn, to achieve our potential.

And yet today, in 2016, over half a million children in the UK will arrive at school too hungry to learn. Half a million. That’s the same as the entire population of Manchester. And a hungry child cannot concentrate. A hungry child will not absorb information. A hungry child is more likely to be disruptive, or turn up late for school, or not turn up at all.

Many children qualify for free school lunches. But the gap between these meals is a long one, and if there is nothing to eat at home, a child turns up to school in the morning with an empty belly. Hunger speaks louder than any teacher, so these children are missing out on half a day of learning, every day.

The impact of this is huge – not just for the child’s health, but for their future. There is a strong link between eating a healthy breakfast and educational attainment. So, without access to food in the morning, students may not get educated. The most disadvantaged and vulnerable members of our society will become even more disadvantaged and vulnerable. And a huge swathe of the next generation will never even begin to realise their potential. In terms of social mobility, breakfast (or lack of it) can literally be life-changing.

This is shocking. It sounds like a sort of dystopian nightmare – half a million people trapped in a cycle of poverty and denied the opportunities and the basic human rights that others freely enjoy.

But this is no nightmare. It is happening right here, right now, in London, and all over the UK.

In 2015 we came across Magic Breakfast, a charity aiming to end hunger as a barrier to education by providing nutritious breakfasts to its partner schools. Thanks to their amazing work, over 23,500 children start their school day with a healthy ‘magic’ breakfast, enabling them to attend class with full bellies and enquiring minds.

Magic Breakfast support as many schools as they can, but have almost 300 schools on their waiting list. The cost of each simple, healthy breakfast – bagels, cereals, porridge, juice – is relatively small. An annual investment of just £13m would solve the problem entirely – and make a world of difference to these children’s futures.

So – we decided to do something about it. Last year, for the month of Ramadan, we decided to donate a ‘magic’ breakfast for every guest who dined with us. (We also donated a second meal by way of Indian charity Akshaya Patra.)

We were inspired by the partnerships we’d established and felt compelled to do more. So, for each and every breakfast you eat at Dishoom, we now donate a ‘magic’ breakfast to a school in London. And we will continue to do this. A meal for a meal. Simple. As of the end of March 2016 – we’d donated 154,934 ‘magic’ breakfasts to fuel children’s learning.

(We don’t add this cost to your bill or ask you to make a donation in our cafés. We support Magic Breakfast for every breakfast we serve because we believe their work is important and urgent.)

Donate now

Events & Waiting Staff  – As a banqueting and waiting staff team member, you will be fully trained before starting your shifts. We combine E-Learning courses which you compete whilst still at home, and in-class rm training for practical learning. We work with 4-star & 5-star hotels, events caterers, private members clubs, HNWIs, private events, restaurants, clubs, and pubs.

HIGH END 5 STAR HOTEL JOBS

  • Are you looking for flexible work hours that work for you and your lifestyle?
  • Are you a student looking to earn some more money and gain a lot of experience?
  • Are you a hard worker and keen to take care of your future

We offer full time & part time work with training courses to get you started or improve your current skills. Whether it’s for permanent work, or something more flexible, we have jobs & training opportunities available.

 

WHAT JOBS CAN I DO

  • Waiting staff
  • Event staff
  • Banqueting staff
  • Bar Staff
  • Front of House Porters
  • Concierge
  • Cloak room attendants
  • Chefs
  • Kitchen porters
  • Housekeeping

And many more!

We offer full time & part time work with training courses to get you started or improve your current skills. Whether it’s for permanent work, or something more flexible, we have jobs & training opportunities available.

 

WHY WORK IN HOTELS & EVENTS

  • Pick your own shifts
  • Variety – Every day is different
  • Get trained and certified

Training Courses

Basic Barista course

Basic Barista course is aimed at those wanting to acquire the skills to work as a Barista. The course teaches participants how to make the full range of coffees on a commercial coffee machine. Barista skills are essential to creating full bodied coffees with balanced flavours in the cup.

Foundation Certificate in Food Safety (Level 2)

The CIEH Foundation Certificate in Food Safety is for anyone working in a food business. Everyone who works in the food industry, whether in catering, manufacturing or retail, is responsible for safeguarding the health of anyone who consumes food that has been prepared, processed, stored or sold by their food business. Food handlers have a special responsibility for safeguarding the health of consumers and to ensure that the food they serve or sell is safe to eat….

WHAT TYPE OF JOB WILL I GET

  • Start Dates: All year round
  • Hourly rates: £10-16 per hour (including holiday pay) for London-based roles. £8.50 – £14.00 (including holiday pay) for regional work if you’re based outside of London.
  • Accommodation: Off-site accommodation offered in London starting from £85 per week, all bills included
  • Uniforms: Uniform supplied on completion of induction and training day once in London, with a small amount deducted from first pay check. You must provide your own S3 steel capped boots.
  • Shifts: Monday – Sunday
  • Length: 4 -14 hours per shift
  • Job Offer: A few weeks after booking one of our programs
  • Interview Style: Skype

HOLIDAY PERIODS
Mid Dec – Mid Jan, Mid-March – Mid April, August

WHAT WILL YOU BE DOING?

  • Working as a skilled/unskilled labourer in the production of live events in London e.g. Stage/screens, festivals, major sporting events etc.
  • Loading and unloading trucks, lifting and shifting
  • Rigging/de-rigging sound, lights and AV equipment
  • Building and dismantling stages and scenery
  • Laying temporary flooring and seating
  • Working in various venues across London

WHAT EXPERIENCE DO YOU NEED?

None! but we do need someone who:

  • Is friendly and personable
  • Is a team player
  • Is proactive
  • Is adaptable
  • Is physically fit
  • Projects a professional manner
  • Has a smile and a can-do attitude
  • Is prepared to work irregular hours
  • Has good communication skills

WHAT TRAINING WILL YOU RECEIVE?

All our crew have a full day’s induction before they go out on site, covering manual handling as well as health and safety regulations. Whilst you complete your probationary period, you will be mentored by one of our crew chiefs, so you don’t have to worry about going out on your own/knowing everything before you begin. Once you have passed your probation and have been promoted to general crew, there are then other options open to you regarding training. We run skills courses internally and externally, ranging from show calling, follow spot operating to driving forklifts, rigging, as well as first aid and health & safety.

WHO WILL YOU BE WORKING WITH?

  • Film & Television Companies
  • Major Festivals
  • Opera Companies
  • Event Production Companies
  • And many many more…

WHY IS THIS A GOOD OPTION FOR YOUR WORKING HOLIDAY?

  • Majority of the work is anti-social hours – Early or late starts setting up and packing down
  • Flexible contracts – Work as little or often as you like
  • Get a job offer before you leave your home country
  • The job remains yours for the length of your working visa
  • You can travel at any time and come back to your job
  • You are working with other travellers
  • You can book shifts for when you are getting back from travelling, ensuring that you are never without an income
  • Work less days, earn top wages and travel more

Are you ready for your big OE as a Nanny or Junior Nanny in London? We can help you with everything from:

• Finding a Nanny job
• Moving to London from New Zealand or Australia
• Making friends when you arrive

Start Dates: All year round (excluding school holiday)
Wages: Daily rate starts from £65 – £80 per day – rate is negotiable depending on role and experience
Meals: Not included
Accommodation: Off-site starting from £85 per week, all bills included
Uniforms: Not included
Reports To Class Teacher / Senior Teaching Support Officer / Head Teacher

 

Support pupils by:

  • Supervising and assisting individual or small groups of students in activities set by teachers or by the TA with teacher guidance
  • Managing whole classes for short periods of time (parent consultation, etc.)
  • Developing students’ social skills by supporting children in groups
  • Implementing behaviour management policies by guidance provided by the teacher
  • Providing support for students inside and outside the classroom to enable them to participate fully in activities
  • Being aware of the early signs of bullying and disruptive behaviour – intervene if necessary
  • Helping with the inclusion of all children, including those with EAL
  • Supporting individual children who find it difficult to form relationships or successfully grasp the curriculum
  • Helping keep children on task by giving individual attention where necessary
  • Accompanying classes on school trips where needed
  • Building and maintaining close and secure relationships with pupils, ensuring the care, health and welfare of the children at all times, including the dressing and undressing, the toileting, and the cleaning of students, where necessary
  • Ensuring that any students who have had an accident or feel unwell are referred to the Welfare Officer

 

Support teachers by:

  • Freeing up the teacher to work with groups
  • Working with outside agencies such as Educational Psychologists and Speech Therapists by liaising and supporting their work with pupils
  • Assisting students with physical needs and difficulties
  • Helping students with their personal hygiene needs
  • Helping implement lesson plans
  • Providing feedback to teachers by observing pupil performance and behaviour, and the effectiveness of classroom processes and organisation
  • Getting classroom materials ready for a lesson by preparing worksheets, preparing books and setting up equipment where necessary
  • Liaising with the teacher and sharing lesson plans

 

Support the curriculum by:

  • Providing support for Literacy and Numeracy Strategies within class
  • Intervening in programmes where necessary
  • Developing skills and knowledge of ICT, particularly in helping children with special needs
  • Attending staff training as appropriate
  • Assessing pupils’ learning and writing up findings
  • Any other duties within the scope of this function, as directed by the Head Teacher

Job Specifications

Start Dates: All year round (excluding school holiday)
Wages: Daily rate starts from £65 – £80 per day – rate is negotiable depending on role and experience
Meals: Not included
Accommodation: Off-site starting from £85 per week, all bills included
Uniforms: Not included
Reports To Class Teacher / Senior Teaching Support Officer / Head Teacher

 

Support pupils by:

  • Supervising and assisting individual or small groups of students in activities set by teachers or by the TA with teacher guidance
  • Managing whole classes for short periods of time (parent consultation, etc.)
  • Developing students’ social skills by supporting children in groups
  • Implementing behaviour management policies by guidance provided by the teacher
  • Providing support for students inside and outside the classroom to enable them to participate fully in activities
  • Being aware of the early signs of bullying and disruptive behaviour – intervene if necessary
  • Helping with the inclusion of all children, including those with EAL
  • Supporting individual children who find it difficult to form relationships or successfully grasp the curriculum
  • Helping keep children on task by giving individual attention where necessary
  • Accompanying classes on school trips where needed
  • Building and maintaining close and secure relationships with pupils, ensuring the care, health and welfare of the children at all times, including the dressing and undressing, the toileting, and the cleaning of students, where necessary
  • Ensuring that any students who have had an accident or feel unwell are referred to the Welfare Officer

 

Support teachers by:

  • Freeing up the teacher to work with groups
  • Working with outside agencies such as Educational Psychologists and Speech Therapists by liaising and supporting their work with pupils
  • Assisting students with physical needs and difficulties
  • Helping students with their personal hygiene needs
  • Helping implement lesson plans
  • Providing feedback to teachers by observing pupil performance and behaviour, and the effectiveness of classroom processes and organisation
  • Getting classroom materials ready for a lesson by preparing worksheets, preparing books and setting up equipment where necessary
  • Liaising with the teacher and sharing lesson plans

Support the curriculum by:

  • Providing support for Literacy and Numeracy Strategies within class
  • Intervening in programmes where necessary
  • Developing skills and knowledge of ICT, particularly in helping children with special needs
  • Attending staff training as appropriate
  • Assessing pupils’ learning and writing up findings
  • Any other duties within the scope of this function, as directed by the Head Teacher

 

Program Details

  • Start Dates: All year round
  • Pay: £7.00/hour up to £15//hour
  • Accommodation: Off-site accommodation starting from £85 per week, all bills included
  • Uniforms: Not provided
  • Shifts: Monday – Sunday
  • Length: 6 -10 hours per shift
  • Employer type: Temp Agency with an hours guarantee that is based on performance history
  • Scope of Admin Work:
  1. PA’s and Secretary jobs in London
  2. Receptionist jobs in London
  3. Data entry jobs in London
  4. Admin support jobs in London
  5. Marketing support jobs in London
  6. Accounting Assistant jobs in London
The applicant must be motivated and enthusiastic with professional telephone manner and verbal communication skills. The ideal candidate will be immaculately presented, coupled with the experience of having worked in a customer facing, front-of-house role. Excellent written and verbal communication. Computer literacy with good working knowledge of MS Office.

Job Tasks and Responsibilities:

  • Answer all incoming calls
  • Manage incoming and outgoing mail.
  • Manage office stationery requirements
  • Filing
  • Processing of Sales and Supplier invoices and Statements
  • Processing of trade references for trading account applications.
  • Assist with general administration duties
Job Details
  • Start Dates: All year round
  • Meals: All food is free when working
  • Salary: Earn from £560* up to £665 per seven days worked
  • Accommodation: All accommodation is free when working
  • Uniforms: Are provided if required
  • Work week explained: Two weeks on, two weeks off – travel as often as you like
  • Training: Free, comprehensive, specialist training program
  • The variety within the PA’s role is what many people enjoy – the challenge of adapting to new environments, understanding varying needs and the consideration of the individual’s working and social life requirements
  • Often, with no previous work experience, the one thing all of our PAs have in common is this… a positive attitude

 

The Working Holiday Club™ PAs live with the client for one-to-two weeks at a time, helping them with every day activities such as getting in and out of bed, washing and toileting, shopping and cooking, driving, and don’t forget those nights out on the town! Trust, friendship, respect, understanding and compatibility are critical to the relationship between live-in carer and client and can be mutually rewarding, with many PAs remaining in close contact once they return home or progress their career.

Although all care-work assignments are different, there are some common activities which may offer more insight into the role of a TWHC PA.

Client personal care:

  • Assistance with washing, bathing, changing, dressing
  • Helping in and out of bed, wheelchair
  • Full toileting, bowel and bladder routine
  • Assistance with personal grooming, hair care, nails, feet, eyes, etc.
  • General domestic duties
  • Laundry, washing and ironing
  • Shopping
  • Cooking and serving meals
  • Light housework such as dusting, vacuuming
  • Simple maintenance of wheelchair and other equipment
  • Extramural activities (this is when the client’s individual lifestyle most influences the role you play)
  • Some clients work full-time, others are studying, some have active involvement with disabled sports or a busy social life with family and friends
  • Of course, some opt for a quieter, home-based way of life with interests in computers, painting, music or even the stock market

Help with everyday activities such as:

  • Making drinks
  • Assistance with correspondence
  • Paying the inevitable bills
  • Moving things in the home
  • Driving
  • Assistance in and out of the car/van
  • Daily and holiday escort assistance
  • Care of pets

What does the Live-In Pub Program include?

  • Live-In Pub job guaranteed pre-departure
  • Tier 5 UK Working Visa guidance and assistance
  • Full-time work hours guaranteed, with 2 days off/week
  • Earn between £235-£325GBP/week plus tips!
  • Affordable live-in accommodation from £49/week
  • Free or discounted meals
  • Meet with our team in our London Office to set up your UK Bank Account, assist with National Insurance Number Application, and have a beer and a chat before heading off to your new pub job.
  • Full support from our London Office for the duration of your UK Work Visa
  • Find a travel mate (Facebook group)
  • Membership to our UK Social Group
  • Free International Money Transfer
  • Arrival Info, Parties & City Walking Tours
  • Free Pub Crawl
  • 24-months ongoing job & accommodation placements
  • Pre-departure Skype calls from our London office to ensure your booking and application is complete and you are ready to go!
  • Below market airfares and travel insurance
  • Door-to-door airport booking service (additional costs apply)
  • Discounted entry to famous night clubs & pubs
  • UK tax return assistance – claim the price of the package back
  • Discounted hostel bookings at the Generator London

 

What to expect from your Live-In Pub Position?

Location:
Be placed anywhere in England, Scotland, or Wales!
Ask us about how location preferences work.

Salary:
– Full-time hours, from 38-48/week
– Year round work, 4-6 month preferred commitment
– Earn between £235-£325GBP/week plus tips!

Accommodation in a pub

  • Single or Twin share rooms
  • Can accommodate friends and couples travelling together
  • Shared bathroom, kitchen, living area, laundry
  • An average rent rate us £49 per week for rent (bills included)
  • Live on site, by the pub, or a short distance away

Positions Include but not limited to:

  • Bar Staff
  • Wait Staff
  • Pub Attendant

For the right applicant with suitable experience, we also have a manager and supervisor roles available too!

Am I eligible for a pub job?
As long as you meet the following requirements;

  • Between the ages of 18-31
  • Hold a current or eligible to apply for an; Australian, New Zealand, Canadian, or British Passport
  • No criminal convictions within the last 12 months
  • Hospitality experience not essential, as long as you are enthusiastic, outgoing and willing to learn we will provide you with all the training you need.

Apply for a pub support pack

The Working Holiday Club