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Find out about local job vacancies in the Melksham area and publish details of jobs you are looking to fill.

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Development Officer (Education Engagement & Employability)

Development Officer (Education Engagement & Employability)

This position is an external vacancy meaning anyone can apply Pay rate: Grade J : £27,123 – £29,558 For the full job advert please follow this link

Carers Assessments & Review Worker

Carers Assessments & Review Worker

Carer Support Wiltshire are looking for a carer assessment and review worker to provide support, advice, information (mainly through full assessments) and opportunities to adult carers who are caring for a relative, friend or neighbour who has an illness or disability. Now is a very exciting time to join our ever-growing, diverse organisation to try read more…

Multi-sports Coach (SHINE)

Multi-sports Coach (SHINE)

An opportunity has arisen to recruit up to 3 part time Multi Sports Coaches to deliver SHINE Wiltshire, (Self Help Independence Nutrition and Exercise). Shine Wiltshire is a 10 week weight management programme developed for children aged 7-11 years, to empower them and their families to make the necessary changes to lead a healthier lifestyle. read more…

Trustee

Trustee

Would you like to contribute to your community and share your life and professional skills? Would you like to be part of a team that works with children, young people and their families to help improve their opportunities in life? Have you considered a rewarding role as a trustee? Profile Extended Services (Melksham Area) is read more…

Co ordinator for Read Easy Needed!

Co ordinator for Read Easy Needed!

NEW ADULT LITERACY SCHEME FOR MELKSHAM Being able to read is something most of us take for granted. We think nothing of reading signposts when we’re driving, labels in the supermarket or the TV guide when we’re relaxing in the evening. It’s easy to forget that some of us aren’t so lucky. 1 in 20 read more…