Where do you look for jobs?

(5 Posts)
KristinaFranziska Wed 26-Jun-13 11:23:24

I suggest you take a good look at yourself and think about the type of environment you want to work in. Child care is wide!

Do you enjoy being in groups? one on one? full time? part time? age of children? specialisms? with or without parental presence? medical presence?
Nanny? Childminder? Teacher? Home educator? Tutor? Nurse? Social worker? Dental assistant in children's practice? Running holiday courses? activity guide? sports? social work? families support?

When you know specifically what you actually desire, then you can take steps in that direction.
At the moment I feel you lack clarity.

Hope this helps?

Facebook? Word of mouth?

sunnyshine Mon 24-Jun-13 11:09:06

Sorry just saw this!! Looking for a care or child care job or some kind of similar role. Need to earn about £1000 a month and would like prospects. Have lots of child care experience but no official qualificationssmile

SunnyL Fri 21-Jun-13 12:00:29

Depends on the type of role. What kind of job are you looking for?

sunnyshine Fri 21-Jun-13 11:48:54

Where do you look for jobs? I'm thinking about changing jobs but don't really know where to look? Newspapers, online, agencies ( how do they work?)

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