Job Title: Administrative and Operations Assistant.
Fixed term: 28th February – 21st October 2022.
Part time: About 20 hours a week (open to discussion based on candidate's needs).
Pay: £11.15 pounds an hour. £21742.50 FTE (based on 37.5 hours a week).
Closing date: Noon Wednesday 1st December 2021.
For more details please download this Job Description and Person Specification.
We have a large pool of freelancers that we draw upon to fulfil our work commitments. If you are interested in working with us then read on for a few bits of information about the sort of work that we do and where we do it.
What sort of work do you provide?
85% of the work we do is DofE expeditions. The other 15% is Yorkshire 3 Peaks, Hill days (Scafell Pike or Snowdon for instance), Rock climbing, Hill and Mountain Skills (Mountain Training accredited courses) and Winter Skills.
Where is your work based?
Most of our work is in Yorkshire and the Chilterns (Hertfordshire), We also do quite a bit in the Peak District, the Lake District and the Surrey, Sussex, Kent area. We do very, very occasional work, in Wales, South West and Scotland.
Do I need insurance?
While we don't require you to have your own insurance (as your work is covered under our insurance) as a freelance instructor we would expect you to have your own insurance in place. We do not routinely take copies or check that you have cover as it is un-necessary for our insurance company or procedures.
What is the rate of pay?
We have a day rate that we offer for all DofE work set annually for the year ahead (other work it tends to vary a bit more). When we put work out it is fine (and common) for freelance staff to ask for a higher rate which we take into consideration when staffing the job. Some people ask for more for some jobs as there is more travelling for them and some freelancers simply have a higher day rate than we routinely offer.
Who pays the tax?
As a freelance member of staff you are responsible for your own tax and NI payments.
As you are probably aware there is a grey area and some debate as to whether freelancers are genuine freelancers or really employees.
We have been through the questions on the government website and it comes out that our freelancers are in fact genuine freelancers. Please click on one of the two links below to ensure that you agree that the answers to the questions given do relate to how you will work with us, If they don't then we'll go through it individually with you to see that you can work for us as a freelancer.
How do I apply?
We will want to give you a bell so if you include your phone number in the body of the email along with any good times to catch you for a quick converstation it would be helpful.