Jobs and in and around Radstock this week: Training at Bridges -guaranteed interview and do you have fundraising experience?

By Susie Watkins

29th Nov 2022 | Local News

Bridges has a reputation for excellence - the team recently met the Metro Mayor
Bridges has a reputation for excellence - the team recently met the Metro Mayor

Nub News likes to support the local community where ever and however possible, so if we see jobs we put them up here, we also have a busy jobs section on the right hand side of our site.

Jobs we have spotted: The Post Office on the High Street in Midsomer Norton needs staff, full time or part time, pop in with your cv.

Arthur David is looking for a delivery drop driver and a warehouse packer/picker. More vacancies and details from [email protected]

Bath Cats and Dogs Home is looking for an animal carer, 40 hours per week, five days out of seven on a rolling rota. Pay £19,760 per annum. You would need proven experience of animal care. The charity is also looking for a community and partnership fundraiser, 37.5 hours per week. Hybrid working, Pay. £25,000 - £28,000 dependent on experience. You would need experience of raising income, marketing and managing relationships with fundraisers. Details on the Job Centre site.

As we reported Bridges on the Westfield estate is offering a two week course in basic electrical installation. Starting December 5. Guaranteed interview with Bridges and additional training or a formal apprenticeship for those who are successful. More information or to book a place, [email protected]

While over in Centre Parcs Aqua Sana, the spa which uses brands including Elemis and Decléor is looking for a Spa Beauty Therapist* • £10.93 per hour • Full and part-time hours available. For more details click HERE

And in Oakhill a vacancy for an experienced nanny for two children. The family wants someone experienced, reliable and trustworthy. They say they can be flexible with timing, as they are moving to the area, More details and to apply click HERE


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