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It’s #WorldBookNight tonight! To celebrate, our friends at Aubrey Keep and Jackie Blanks #NHS Libraries have copies of T...
23/04/2021

It’s #WorldBookNight tonight! To celebrate, our friends at Aubrey Keep and Jackie Blanks #NHS Libraries have copies of The Flat Share by Beth O’Leary to giveaway. In the #book, although they have never met, flatmates Tiffy and Leon cook and leave food for each other, e.g., tiffin, mushroom stroganoff, shepherd’s pie. What delicious food would you cook and leave for someone in a flat share? We’d love to know!

#LibrariesFromHome #WorldBookNight2021 #LoveLibraries #LoveToRead

It’s #WorldBookNight tonight! To celebrate, our friends at Aubrey Keep and Jackie Blanks #NHS Libraries have copies of The Flat Share by Beth O’Leary to giveaway. In the #book, although they have never met, flatmates Tiffy and Leon cook and leave food for each other, e.g., tiffin, mushroom stroganoff, shepherd’s pie. What delicious food would you cook and leave for someone in a flat share? We’d love to know!

#LibrariesFromHome #WorldBookNight2021 #LoveLibraries #LoveToRead

Chillout with Redbridge LibrariesThe Covid-19 pandemic has created big challenges for our #mentalhealth and overall #wel...
22/04/2021

Chillout with Redbridge Libraries

The Covid-19 pandemic has created big challenges for our #mentalhealth and overall #wellbeing, whether we're working, staying at home, dealing with loss, or trying to live with the changed circumstances.

From Monday, 12 April, more restrictions have been lifted in line with the government's Roadmap Step 2, offering a way back to a more normal life. But nothing is guaranteed, and we have no choice but to move through this as best we can.

#DYK #WorldBookNight, the annual celebration of #reading takes place on Friday, 23 April? This year is its 10th anniversary and the theme is ‘Books To Make You Smile’.

To help you celebrate at home, the British Library and the Reading Agency are hosting some free online events including Books to Make You Smile hosted by Sandi Toksvig. You can also sign up to receive a free eAudiobook. For more information visit: https://www.worldbooknight.org/.

And we have a special collection of World Book Night #eBook & #eAudiobook titles from across the years including ‘Books to Make You Smile’ available on Libby: https://llc.overdrive.com/collection/1198975. Happy #Reading!

#LibrariesFromHome #WorldBookNight2021 #LoveLibraries #LoveToRead

Chillout with Redbridge Libraries

The Covid-19 pandemic has created big challenges for our #mentalhealth and overall #wellbeing, whether we're working, staying at home, dealing with loss, or trying to live with the changed circumstances.

From Monday, 12 April, more restrictions have been lifted in line with the government's Roadmap Step 2, offering a way back to a more normal life. But nothing is guaranteed, and we have no choice but to move through this as best we can.

#DYK #WorldBookNight, the annual celebration of #reading takes place on Friday, 23 April? This year is its 10th anniversary and the theme is ‘Books To Make You Smile’.

To help you celebrate at home, the British Library and the Reading Agency are hosting some free online events including Books to Make You Smile hosted by Sandi Toksvig. You can also sign up to receive a free eAudiobook. For more information visit: https://www.worldbooknight.org/.

And we have a special collection of World Book Night #eBook & #eAudiobook titles from across the years including ‘Books to Make You Smile’ available on Libby: https://llc.overdrive.com/collection/1198975. Happy #Reading!

#LibrariesFromHome #WorldBookNight2021 #LoveLibraries #LoveToRead

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22/04/2021
Redbridge Drama Centre

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Well done Mariam!
22/04/2021

Well done Mariam!

Many children from the borough took part in our Easter poster competition last month, asking them to design a poster with the message of keeping our green spaces clean, and encouraging visitors to take litter home with them, when bins are full.

We are excited to announce the winner of the competition, Mariam, who has designed an inspiring and colourful poster. Her message “Clean up your litter, keep your park clean” is exactly the kind of encouraging message we can get behind. Check out her wonderful design below!

Find out more: https://visionrcl.org.uk/easter-clean-up-your-litter-poster-competition-winner-announced

Timeline Photos
22/04/2021

Timeline Photos

Today is #StephenLawrenceDay marking the anniversary of Stephen’s death. It is a day dedicated to his memory allowing people to reflect on the part we all play in creating a society in which everyone can flourish. Find out more about his life and legacy: https://bit.ly/3elghM7

21/04/2021

Everyone at Valentines Mansion & Gardens would like to take this opportunity to wish HRH Queen Elizabeth II a very Happy Birthday.

We know that this is a difficult time for you, and you are in our thoughts and prayers.

Reiki with Stephanie MugoStephanie Mugo, reiki meditation instructor at Redbridge Central Library has relaunched her onl...
21/04/2021
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Reiki with Stephanie Mugo

Stephanie Mugo, reiki meditation instructor at Redbridge Central Library has relaunched her online sessions. These #online sessions have been created to provide much needed support at a time of crisis.

Stephanie extends an invitation to join the class to anyone who feels they could benefit from:

• a mental break,
• a breath of fresh air,
• gaining more focus,
• reducing the pressure of fear,
• feeling more relaxed,
• reconnecting with yourself,
• feeling a sense of calm inside and more…

The sessions are on Wednesdays. Please note: On Wednesdays 14 and 21 April the sessions will be from 1pm to 2pm.

All you need is a device to connect to YouTube, a quiet place where you won’t be disturbed and something to keep you warm and comfortable for the duration of the session. It’s good to keep a bottle of water by your side to sip between meditation activities.

Stephanie is asking for a voluntary donation of £3/session. If you feel aligned with this please contact Stephanie: [email protected]

But if you cannot afford it don’t worry - the videos are accessible at all times to everyone.

Here’s link to live session on Wednesday 21 April at 1pm: https://youtu.be/r3LupIFBwys.

You can also type “Stephanie Mugo” in the YouTube search bar and then go to the videos and find previous sessions by date.

#LibrariesFromHome #Wellness #Wellbeing #WellbeingMatters

Budding #comedian? These #free workshops for adults with a #disability or #mentalhealth condition could be perfect for y...
21/04/2021

Budding #comedian? These #free workshops for adults with a #disability or #mentalhealth condition could be perfect for you. Facilitated by our friends at #laugh_able and #OnePlaceEast you're sure to gain valuable #comedy skills.

In partnership with One Place East, Laugh-Able presents FREE Comedy Workshops for adults with a disability and/or mental health condition🎤

All workshops can be attended either in person - or via Zoom (whatever you are most comfortable with) 😊

The programme will be delivered by the Laugh-Able founder and MC Mark Burkwood - who will be teaching you all you need to know to perform stand up comedy 🤩

These workshops have been made possible through funding from the Mayor of London's Culture Seeds.

There are only 5 places remaining, so book now by contacting Jodie on 07903 568 138 or send us a DM to avoid disappointment ❕❕

#comedy #workshops #laughable #oneplaceeast #partnership #cultureseeds #mayoroflondon #funding #disability #mentalhealth #virtual

If you have some spare time, please help our friends at #RedbridgeMuseum by completing their survey. It's a great opport...
21/04/2021

If you have some spare time, please help our friends at #RedbridgeMuseum by completing their survey. It's a great opportunity to have the displays in the #museum reflect your interests!

Must-Read ClassicsOur eBook and eAudiobook platforms are perfect avenues to explore those classic books you may not have...
20/04/2021

Must-Read Classics

Our eBook and eAudiobook platforms are perfect avenues to explore those classic books you may not have had the opportunity to read.

• Overdrive https://vrcl.uk/3aQwHJm
• Bolinda BorrowBox https://vrcl.uk/2JKRxxS

John Wyndham Parkes Lucas Beynon Harris (July 1903 – March 1969) was an English science fiction writer best known for works published under the pen name John Wyndham, although he also used other combinations of his names, such as John Beynon and Lucas Parkes. Wyndham often examined the human struggle for survival when catastrophic natural phenomena suddenly invade a comfortable English setting.

One of Wyndham’s most well-known books is The Day of the Triffids, a 1951 post-apocalyptic novel. A hospitalised man awakes to a world where most people have been blinded by an apparent meteor shower, and an aggressive species of nightmarish plants starts killing people to feed on their flesh. The triffids can grow to seven feet, walk on their roots, and kill people with a sting. The story is essentially about a normal man who must alter his social values to survive and help others to do so.

You can watch the 1962 film of the book on YouTube.

The Midwich Cuckoos (1957; filmed as The Village of the Damned, 1960) is set in Midwich, a tiny and unexceptional rural village where very little happens – until a mysterious force envelopes it and every resident falls unconscious. Soon after, the inhabitants wake to find that everything remains normal, and most have no ill effects. However, it becomes clear that every woman of childbearing age is simultaneously pregnant. The resulting children are extraordinary, uncannily alike, remarkably well developed and endowed with a telepathic sense that allows all to know exactly what another one has learned. Unsurprisingly, they generate a great deal of unease in the village and, in classic sci-fi style, a professor arrives to investigate.

Wyndham’s other works include The Kraken Wakes (1953), The Chrysalids (1955), The Trouble with Lichen (1960) and Chocky (1968). His short stories are collected in Consider Her Ways (1961) and The Seeds of Time (1969).

#LibrariesFromHome

Must-Read Classics

Our eBook and eAudiobook platforms are perfect avenues to explore those classic books you may not have had the opportunity to read.

• Overdrive https://vrcl.uk/3aQwHJm
• Bolinda BorrowBox https://vrcl.uk/2JKRxxS

John Wyndham Parkes Lucas Beynon Harris (July 1903 – March 1969) was an English science fiction writer best known for works published under the pen name John Wyndham, although he also used other combinations of his names, such as John Beynon and Lucas Parkes. Wyndham often examined the human struggle for survival when catastrophic natural phenomena suddenly invade a comfortable English setting.

One of Wyndham’s most well-known books is The Day of the Triffids, a 1951 post-apocalyptic novel. A hospitalised man awakes to a world where most people have been blinded by an apparent meteor shower, and an aggressive species of nightmarish plants starts killing people to feed on their flesh. The triffids can grow to seven feet, walk on their roots, and kill people with a sting. The story is essentially about a normal man who must alter his social values to survive and help others to do so.

You can watch the 1962 film of the book on YouTube.

The Midwich Cuckoos (1957; filmed as The Village of the Damned, 1960) is set in Midwich, a tiny and unexceptional rural village where very little happens – until a mysterious force envelopes it and every resident falls unconscious. Soon after, the inhabitants wake to find that everything remains normal, and most have no ill effects. However, it becomes clear that every woman of childbearing age is simultaneously pregnant. The resulting children are extraordinary, uncannily alike, remarkably well developed and endowed with a telepathic sense that allows all to know exactly what another one has learned. Unsurprisingly, they generate a great deal of unease in the village and, in classic sci-fi style, a professor arrives to investigate.

Wyndham’s other works include The Kraken Wakes (1953), The Chrysalids (1955), The Trouble with Lichen (1960) and Chocky (1968). His short stories are collected in Consider Her Ways (1961) and The Seeds of Time (1969).

#LibrariesFromHome

Timeline Photos
20/04/2021

Timeline Photos

Redbridge Museum is collecting stories about life in Redbridge during the coronavirus pandemic. We want to know about your daily walks, working or schooling from home, and the ways your community has come together to support one another.

Your Stories will help to document the impact of the pandemic on our borough and will form part of the collections at Redbridge Museum and Heritage Centre.

If you have photos or videos, diaries, artwork, or a story to tell please contact the museum on [email protected]

A #competition for you!
20/04/2021

A #competition for you!

How would you like to win a free membership for Vision leisure centres?

We have advertisements all around Redbridge promoting our membership offer, whilst out & about, take a picture of our adverts & email it to us before 14/5 for chance to win!

Visit:
vrcl.uk/GymsComp

Fullwell Cross Leisure Centre Loxford Leisure Centre Mayfield Leisure Centre South Woodford Gym Wanstead Leisure Centre

#health #fitness #Leisure #gym

We’re getting really excited about #WorldBookNight, the annual celebration of books and reading on Friday, 23 April. Are...
19/04/2021

We’re getting really excited about #WorldBookNight, the annual celebration of books and reading on Friday, 23 April. Are you? We’re busy #reading The Flat Share by Beth O’Leary - our colleagues at Aubrey Keep and Jackie Blanks NHS libraries at local hospitals have copies to giveaway.

If you’d like to celebrate at home, The British Library and the Reading Agency are hosting three free online events: Kazuo Ishiguro in conversation with Kate Mosse, the #ReadingHour, and Books to Make You Smile hosted by Sandi Toksvig. You can also sign up to receive a free audiobook.

For more information visit: https://www.worldbooknight.org/

#LibrariesFromHome #WorldBookNight2021 #LoveLibraries #LoveToRead

We’re getting really excited about #WorldBookNight, the annual celebration of books and reading on Friday, 23 April. Are you? We’re busy #reading The Flat Share by Beth O’Leary - our colleagues at Aubrey Keep and Jackie Blanks NHS libraries at local hospitals have copies to giveaway.

If you’d like to celebrate at home, The British Library and the Reading Agency are hosting three free online events: Kazuo Ishiguro in conversation with Kate Mosse, the #ReadingHour, and Books to Make You Smile hosted by Sandi Toksvig. You can also sign up to receive a free audiobook.

For more information visit: https://www.worldbooknight.org/

#LibrariesFromHome #WorldBookNight2021 #LoveLibraries #LoveToRead

World Book Night, the annual celebration of #books and #reading, takes place on Friday, 23 April and brings people from ...
18/04/2021

World Book Night, the annual celebration of #books and #reading, takes place on Friday, 23 April and brings people from all backgrounds together for one reason – to inspire others to read more.

This year’s theme is ‘Books To Make You Smile’. To help you celebrate at home, The British Library and the Reading Agency are hosting three free online events: Kazuo Ishiguro in conversation with Kate Mosse, the #ReadingHour, and Books to Make You Smile hosted by Sandi Toksvig. You can also sign up to receive a free audiobook.

For more information visit: https://www.worldbooknight.org/

#LibrariesFromHome #WorldBookNight #WorldBookNight2021 #LoveLibraries #LoveToRead

World Book Night, the annual celebration of #books and #reading, takes place on Friday, 23 April and brings people from all backgrounds together for one reason – to inspire others to read more.

This year’s theme is ‘Books To Make You Smile’. To help you celebrate at home, The British Library and the Reading Agency are hosting three free online events: Kazuo Ishiguro in conversation with Kate Mosse, the #ReadingHour, and Books to Make You Smile hosted by Sandi Toksvig. You can also sign up to receive a free audiobook.

For more information visit: https://www.worldbooknight.org/

#LibrariesFromHome #WorldBookNight #WorldBookNight2021 #LoveLibraries #LoveToRead

Our #BookOfTheWeek is this bestseller.When Korede's dinner is interrupted one night by a distress call from her sister, ...
17/04/2021

Our #BookOfTheWeek is this bestseller.

When Korede's dinner is interrupted one night by a distress call from her sister, Ayoola, she knows what's expected of her: bleach, rubber gloves, nerves of steel and a strong stomach. This'll be the third boyfriend Ayoola's dispatched in, quote, self-defence and the third mess that her lethal little sibling has left Korede to clear away. She should probably go to the police for the good of the menfolk of Nigeria, but she loves her sister and, as they say, family always comes first. Until, that is, Ayoola starts dating the doctor Korede's long been in love with. She isn't prepared to see him wind up with a knife in his back: but to save one would mean sacrificing the other...

Have you read it? What did you think? We’d love to see your comments or short review.

Like to read it? Book, eBook and eAudiobook copies are available via our catalogue: https://vrcl.uk/3gFTQRu

If you’d like to suggest a book, we’d love to hear from you. Please email [email protected].

#LibrariesFromHome #OyinkanBraithwaite #MySisterTheSerialKiller #LoveLibraries #Redbridge #LoveToRead #booklove

Our #BookOfTheWeek is this bestseller.

When Korede's dinner is interrupted one night by a distress call from her sister, Ayoola, she knows what's expected of her: bleach, rubber gloves, nerves of steel and a strong stomach. This'll be the third boyfriend Ayoola's dispatched in, quote, self-defence and the third mess that her lethal little sibling has left Korede to clear away. She should probably go to the police for the good of the menfolk of Nigeria, but she loves her sister and, as they say, family always comes first. Until, that is, Ayoola starts dating the doctor Korede's long been in love with. She isn't prepared to see him wind up with a knife in his back: but to save one would mean sacrificing the other...

Have you read it? What did you think? We’d love to see your comments or short review.

Like to read it? Book, eBook and eAudiobook copies are available via our catalogue: https://vrcl.uk/3gFTQRu

If you’d like to suggest a book, we’d love to hear from you. Please email [email protected].

#LibrariesFromHome #OyinkanBraithwaite #MySisterTheSerialKiller #LoveLibraries #Redbridge #LoveToRead #booklove

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Okay so we are in Tier 4 - if you are in London, but remember, we are not the centre of the universe and not everyone is experiencing this moment in the same way as we Londoners, so for many business owners, there are still opportunities to serve your community. And remember, do not use your social media pages to share the doom and gloom of your singular experience, but use it as an opportunity to educate and prepare others who also may be in or potentially entering into a tier 4 situation. However, this is also a moment where many business owners are feeling exhausted, exasperated and mentally stressed. First, I encourage you to take a moment to breathe deeply. If you do not allow oxygen to your brain, you cannot think clearly. Secondly, take control of the things you can. You can be more creative, do the things you love and make a conscious effort to enjoy this time. Finally, communicate. Connect with your customers, clients and staff in a way befitting this time and your specific situation and stay connected. The truth is that this is a time where people are uncertain, but now is the time to really explore the areas of your life and business you really enjoy and discover ways to do it to help others. I promise you will feel better for it. Stay safe and be kind to yourself xoxoxo
(Please delete if not appropriate) We are looking for local families to take part in a new cooking show. Please feel free to share with family and friends.
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Major Building Contractor looking to attract experienced local workers living in London Borough of Barking and Dagenham – there is also the offer of recruiting trainees. Various roles. Shuttering Carpenter's Groundworkers Steelfixers Labourers Concrete Finishers Feel free to share and pass on. For full details and to register with Barking and Dagenham Job Shop please email. [email protected]
Just released Monday 26th October 2020. Please note the closing date against each job. Fantastic opportunities if you are looking for a new job or currently out of work. Part and Full time positions. Latest jobs from London Borough of Barking and Dagenham Job Shop. Feel free to share and tell your friends and family. To register with Job Shop please email [email protected] with a cover letter and attach your CV. Please Note . ********************************** If you would like to apply for any position or request the job description please email [email protected] with your CV, quoting the job vacancy you are interested in and how you heard about the vacancy by quoting Barking and Dagenham Volunteer Centre) NEW VACANCIES D164 – Warehouse Operative – Temp to Perm – South Ockendon Full-Time role Employees work one week 6am to 2pm, the following week 2pm to 10pm (there is no movement on this must be able to do both shifts, alternative weeks) OR can work night shift permanently – 10pm-6am Pay is £9.16 per hour – for ALL shift times This is near public transport links, parking available for those who can drive. 12 weeks working via Adecco then if working well will become a permanent employee. Working on a pallet construction line, fixing and reinforcing pallets to be sold. Will be trained up on all different stations in the warehouse to ensure that at the end of the 12 weeks you know all the stations safely and correctly. Fork lift training will also be offered. They are looking for some warehouse experience – must be physically fit. D162 - Production Packers -Barking £8.72ph Shift patterns are 4 days on 4 days off from 7am – 6pm and will include weekends and bank holidays Full Time 7am to 6pm At the moment this role is only being offered on a fix term bases of 6 months, however there could be potential of a permanent contract at the end of the contract – this will obviously be based upon performance, attitude and attendance. Additional information: Looking to start candidates asap – within a week if possible. Closing date: Monday 2nd November D159 - Recycling Operative- Dagenham Hours: 06:00 - 15:00 OR 15:00 - 00:00 temporary but could lead to permanent for right candidates Pay: £8.72 per hour Requirements: - Picking and separating material from a moving conveyer belt - General cleaning and tidying of the area - Steel toe cap boots, and a Hi-vis - Able to work quickly of own initiative Closing date: Monday 2nd November D161- Recruitment Consultant- Upminster Hours: 7.30am – 5pm Pay: £18,000 - £20,000 dependant on experience Requirements: Recruitment experience ideal however would consider someone with sales experience Closing date: Monday 2nd November D148 - Security Officers Dagenham Heathway Mall Predominately nights but some days £9.75 nights/days 48 hours a week Night Shift - 7pm to 7am Day Shift - Staggered (discussed at interview) If hold a CCTV badge/First aid Qualification - Advantage not Essential Essential: Must have minimum DS badge Must have 5 year checkable work history, there must be no breaks in work history, if do, must be clearly shown on CV e.g signing on, housewife/husband but must be clearly stated with correct dates. DBS done by the company Onsite training will be given Must be smart and presentable Must have a good telephone manner and speak fluent/clear English as would need to be communicating with police officers, council and other key workers. Closing date: Monday 2nd November D141-Level 3 Nursery Practitioners x2 JD attached Closing Date: Closing date: Monday 2nd November D137 – Sales & Lettings Negotiator – Manor Park Salary: £21,000 PA plus commission Working Hours: 5 days a week – 10am to 6pm JD Attached Closing Date: Closing date: Monday 2nd November D139 – Passenger Escort/Assistant – Barking & Dagenham Areas Adecco are currently looking for several passenger assistants to assist the transportation of vulnerable adults or children during term times to and from school/college. The shifts will be split into Morning and Afternoon based in the Barking and Dagenham area. Hours per shift will vary depending on the adults or child’s need. But the hours will be around school times so ensuring adults/children are at school/college for a 8.45am start and assisting them getting home from school from 3pm onwards. Applicants so not need to be car drivers. All applicants must hold a DBS or be willing to apply for one prior to commencing the role. Pay rate is £10.75 per hour. Applicants so not need to have any experience but be happy to support people with additional needs. Please get CV’s over to me ASAP. Closing date: Desperate for people to start this week but they must have a current DBS. So if you have any clients who have current DBS willing to do this kind of work please get back to us ASAP with their CV’s. D140 Shutter Carpenter Barking Riverside with Gears Group Shuttering Carpenter £19.50 p/hr- 9.5 hours per day- 5 days per week- Blue CSCS Required Closing date: Monday 2nd November D132 – Cleaning Operatives Vacancy – Cleaning Operative Salary £11.04ph Part-time, Permanent, 45 weeks per annum Person Specification – Cleaning: 2 years (Required) Experience undertaking a range of cleaning duties Some knowledge of Health and Safety Regulations relevant to cleaning equipment and cleaning materials Ability to work effectively and supportively as part of a team Good communication skills driving license (Preferred) Shift patterns and more details attached Closing date: Monday 2nd November D125 - Driver Support Workers and Night Support Workers Dagenham, Romford, Chingford and South Woodford Salary: £9.00ph Full-time JD attached Closing date: Monday 2nd November D120 – Kitchen Assistant (Care Home) Dagenham Salary: £8.72ph Part-time JD Attached Closing date: Monday 2nd November D83 – Housekeeping Assistant (Care Home) Dagenham £NMW Varied Hours, discussed at interview This role is bank Must already have a DBS No experience necessary, training provided Closing date: Monday 2nd November D65 - Police Constable Degree Apprenticeship London £30,000 pa (Includes London weighting) FULL-TIME: 40 hrs per week (Incl. weekends) Shift rota basis JD Attached Closing Date: Ongoing Please note: This vacancy is currently on hold, however the employer is still accepting CVs in order to make potential applicants aware of the pathways available to them and they can still register their interest on the MET careers website. The pipeline should reopen early 2021 and anyone that is registered will be given priority over applicants that apply after the pipeline reopens. D65 - Degree Holder Entry Programme London £31,020 pa (Includes London weighting) FULL-TIME: 40 hours per week (Including weekends) Shift rota basis JD Attached Closing Date: Ongoing Please note: This vacancy is currently on hold, however the employer is still accepting CVs in order to make potential applicants aware of the pathways available to them and they can still register their interest on the MET careers website. The pipeline should reopen early 2021 and anyone that is registered will be given priority over applicants that apply after the pipeline reopens. CARE ROLES: D91 - Domiciliary Care Worker Dagenham, Rush green, Romford and Gidea Park Salary £9.00 ph Part time Must be willing to work variety of shifts between 07:00 – 22:00 JD attached Closing date: Monday 2nd November D88 – Home Care Assistant Havering Salary £10,00ph Flexible shifts/hours available Drivers only, no experience necessary DBS required, paid by the company conditional of a minimum of 6 months employment Closing date: Monday 2nd November D80 - Experienced Care Assistants Upminster £NMW Various hours/shifts available (including nights) Must have a minimum of 1 year of professional care experience Must be able to provide 3 references DBS funded by employer Closing date: Monday 2nd November D82 - Care Assistants Romford Salary: £21,000 Full-time & Part-time Shifts: 7am until 2:30pm and/or 3:30pm until 10pm JD attached Closing Date: ongoing D59 – Carers Waltham Forest and Barking and Dagenham £8.21-£10.50 Zero hour contact Training provided Closing date: Monday 2nd November D57-Domiciliary Carer Barking, Dagenham & Havering (Must be willing to travel) £8.50ph weekdays & weekends £9ph If have NVQ level 2 starting salary is £9 Flexi Shifts *Monday Friday 7am-3pm *Monday Friday 3pm - 10pm *Weekend Shift 7am - 6/7pm 0 hour contract but can guarantee up to 30hrs a week if required Experience/qualifications - Experience desirable DBS to be paid by client Closing date: Monday 2nd November D56 – Experienced Care Assistants Dagenham £NMW Bank staff but will have full time hours available Must have 1 year of professional care experience Must give 3 references DBS Preferred Closing date: Monday 2nd November C169 – Domiciliary Care Worker Barking and Dagenham Minimum 20 hours Monday-Sunday, Days and Nights £8.71 ph DBS funded by employer Training Provided Closing date: Monday 2nd November Just released Monday 19th October 2020. 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