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Snap Fitness Hereford
Personal Trainer/Fitness Instructor

Join us at Snap Fitness in Hereford, UK, and become a superstar Personal Trainer/Fitness Instructor! With over 90 clubs in the UK and plans for extensive growth, Snap Fitness offers an unparalleled opportunity to build your fitness business within a global franchise. Benefit from state-of-the-art facilities, flexible rental fee options, and unparalleled support, including a free 4-week business building course. Enjoy a capped number of Personal Trainers per club and the best PT-to-member ratio in the country, ensuring ample opportunities for success. If you hold a Level 2 or Level 3 Personal Training certificate and are passionate about helping others achieve their fitness goals, apply now for prompt interviews

Wage – £11

Part-time, Freelance – 30

Apply – Email: hereford@snapfitness.co.uk

Whittern Farms Ltd
Poultry Site Assistant

An exciting opportunity has arisen for a poultry farm worker to assist the management team on a modern Broiler Farm based in Herefordshire This is the ideal opportunity for a committed, energetic, self-motivated individual who wishes to either build on existing or gain practical experience within the poultry industry. No previous experience is required as full training will be provided through the poultry passport training scheme. Your day to day responsibilities will be assisting in the smooth of running the farm, maintaining high welfare of livestock whilst developing your skills in ventilation, feed and water management. Your job will include daily record keeping and at times site alarm cover. This role comes with an excellent remuneration package to potentially include accommodation & bonus scheme for the right candidate. Salary is negotiable depending on experience. We are seeking applicants who have a positive work ethic, drive and ability to carry out manual duties. NVQ levels 2 or 3 in poultry production and telehandler experience would be desirable but not essential. A full UK driving license and a good command of the English language is required.

Wage – £24,000pa

Full Time – 40

Apply – Email: jobs@whitternfarms.co.uk

Accounts Assistant

22.5 hours with a high degree of flexibility – more hours/full time considered. Salary: £14.50 – £16/hour dependent on experience. Start Date: Early/mid June 2024. We are looking for a member for our small team based in our Ledbury warehouse in the accounts office as an accounts assistant. This role offers the potential for a high degree of flexibility as a job share or we would consider a candidate wanting a full time position. The job requires a good working knowledge of Xero, Excel & Microsoft 365 • Good knowledge of bookkeeping procedures. Familiarity with finance regulations • Good grasp of numeracy. Excellent organisational skills. • Ability to handle sensitive, confidential material. Effective communication skills, both written and verbal.

Wage – £14.50 – £16ph DOE

Part Time/Full Time – 22.5+

Apply – If this role sounds perfect for you, or you require more information, please email info@tinsmiths.co.uk
Full details can be found on Tinsmiths’ website https://www.tinsmiths.co.uk/2024/accounts-assistant-part-time-job-share-xero/

Ross-on-Wye Town Council
Community Development Officer

We are seeking an energetic and dynamic individual who has a passion for Ross-on-Wye and wants to be part of a team working towards making improvements in the town. This is a permanent full-time post (37 hours per week). Job share considered..

Wage – £25,979

Full Time – 37 hours

Further details, including Job Description and an
Application Form are available by contacting the Council’s offices
on 01989 562373
or visit the Council’s website on

Leominster Town Council
Market and Events Manager
Leominster Town Council is seeking to recruit a part-time Markets and Events Manager. Duties will include operational management of Leominster Town Council’s town centre markets and coordination of events organised by the council. The successful applicant should be proactive and adaptable, with excellent communication skills.

Wage – SCP 14 (£14.21 per hour)

Hours – 16 hours per week, Monday – Saturday

Apply – please submit a completed application form, monitoring form and privacy notice to Jackie Whittall, Office Facilities Manager, Leominster Town Council, 11 Corn Square, Leominster, Herefordshire HR6 8YP. Electronic applications are preferred and can be sent to j.whittall@leominstertowncouncil.gov.uk.
For more details, visit https://www.leominstertowncouncil.gov.uk/about-the-council/vacancies/

Sidney Nolan Trust

Sir Sidney Nolan is arguably Australia’s best known modern artist. He is widely recognised as one of the most innovative and provocative artists of the twentieth century, and his work is represented in leading national and private collections across the world. Nolan established the Trust bearing his name in the mid 1980s. His vision was to create a place where contemporary art could flourish alongside music, poetry and drama. Today the Trust owns and manages his former estate, as well as an extensive collection of Nolan’s work and archive at The Rodd in north Herefordshire, just outside Presteigne. The Trust is seeking an experienced, inspirational and commercially focused Director to build on the Trust’s success to date and lead the charity. The Director will work with the Board of Trustees on strategy formulation, planning, income generation, resourcing, programming, operational performance and governance. The Director will be responsible for the on-going maintenance and management of the Trust buildings, collections and wider estate. We are looking for someone with strong leadership skills, proven financial management and business planning skills, and the ability to engage with and build audiences. Applicants must also be able to demonstrate the ability to successfully deliver business improvement programmes and identify and develop commercial opportunities.

Wage – £55,000

Full Time – 37.5

Apply – recruit@sidneynolantrust.org
Scope Charity Shop

Volunteering for Scope Charity Shop in Ross on Wye. We are looking for people to help process stock, customer service on the shop floor. We are a friendly team, and you can choose what tasks you would like to do at your pace. We provide training to support you on the way. Scope raises money to help fund our work to achieve equality for disable people.

Wage – Voluntary

10 Hours a week

To apply: Please contact Erica or Mark at Scope Charity Shop Ross on Wye by Tel : 01989 763804
e mail ; rossonwye.shop@scope.org.uk or pop in to the shop.
Herefordshire Wildlife Trust
Program Officer
x 3

Project officer roles based in Herefordshire (based out of Dinmore), Radnorshire (based out of Llandrindod Wells) and the Wye Valley AONB (based out of Monmouth). The project officers will work on a day to day basis within the team of each partner organisation, supported by a central project manager. The successful candidate will work with the two other project officers, the project manager and with the organisations within which they are based to successfully deliver the Wye Adapt to Climate Change programme. You will consider the impact of climate change on the river Wye and how land management practices can be used to help mitigate increased flooding, pollution and other climate driven issues. You will provide practical advice direct to farmers and landowners, including support on applications for grant funding and implementing nature-based solutions. You will work with groups of landowners to facilitate workshops and training events. You will work with and enthuse local communities, creating a community led series of climate action days and form climate action networks. You will need to be aware of the business and legislative implications of the advice you give. You will need to be aware of current UK legislation including SAFFO Regs, Farming Rules for Water, farming in NVZ’s and cross compliance. Clients may include: farmers, growers, landowners, and other agricultural businesses.

Wage – £27,000.00 p.a. Based at: Radnorshire Wildlife Trust (RWT) offices, as well as working throughout the Wye catchment.

Full Time

To apply please go to Herefordshire Wildlife Trusts website and complete an application form and diversity questionnaire:

Waterworks Museum- Hereford
Volunteer Marketing & Comms Co-ordinator

To develop and run the marketing and publicity to raise the profile of the Museum. Activities include – Contributing to a new marketing plan, creating and placing adverts, social media strategy and content creation, inclusion in relevant tourist attraction web sites, event promotion

Wage – Voluntary, some work can be done remotely, from home.

The roles are flexible and there is no fixed time commitment.

Apply – Volunteering@waterworksmuseum.org.uk

Waterworks Museum- Hereford
Volunteer Museum Administrator

Role will manage the administration of the Museum’s operational activities including – Membership management, mailing lists, correspondence, managing external communications and the database.

Wage – Voluntary, Some of the work can be done remotely if needed. Hours are flexible

10 Hours a week
Apply – Volunteering@waterworksmuseum.org.uk

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