Jobs with our partners

We publish details of jobs being advertised by our partner organisations.

Location: various locations

Are you able to support children and vulnerable adults who have been arrested by the police? Vulnerable people detained in custody often need support and guidance and a caring hand to ensure they are treated properly and fairly. Usually parents will attend, but there are times when they can't. This is when Kent Police call on our volunteers to fulfil this crucial role. The police cannot proceed without an appropriate adult.


Visit the Young Lives Foundation website or call Kristy Tidey and Lucy Newsome on 01622 693459 for more information and to find out more about how you can make a difference.

Hours: sessional hours

Location: various

Kent Adult Education have a wide range of courses and are always interested to hear from anyone who has got a passion for their subject and would be interested in teaching in a friendly and welcoming environment where we aim to ensure everyone reaches their potential.

At this time we are particularly looking for complementary therapies, art and craft including jewellery making, creative writing, early years, fitness and yoga, GCSE maths, IT and bookkeeping, European languages, guitar and psychology.

Working as a part time tutor in Kent Adult Education gives you the flexibility to work at a variety of times, venues and gain experience of community education. We have a supportive induction and training process in place to help you settle in and be successful.


Read more information and apply on the Kent Adult Education website.

The Office for National Statistics (ONS) are hiring thousands of people in a range of exciting temporary roles to make the Census 2021 a success.

The census is a survey about all of us. They need your help and enthusiasm to encourage everyone in England and Wales to participate.

The census gives us a picture of communities, which helps to plan and fund public services in your area. Nothing else gives so much detail about the society in which we live, helping to make decisions with the potential to transform lives for the better.

Whether you’re saving up for something or you want to make a real difference to your community, there’s a job for you.

People make the census.


View current vacancies on the Office for National Statistics website.

Salary: £19,085 - £21,491 per annum (pro rata)

Hours: 26.5 hours per week, 38 weeks per year (term time only)

Location: Tonbridge and Hadlow

North Kent College are looking for a Communication Support Worker to join their Deaf Services Team, working across the Tonbridge and Hadlow campuses.

The successful candidate will provide communication support to Deaf and hearing-impaired students (some with additional learning differences and disabilities) in classes, during practical activities, work experience, tutorials and meetings. The role includes signing and oral communication, note taking, preparing resources and transcriptions.

The ideal candidate will hold (or be working towards) British Sign Language Level 3; we will also consider candidates with a Level 3 Note taking or Communication Support Worker qualification. It would be desirable, but not essential if you hold the Oral Language Modification qualification. Successful candidates will require Level 2 in Maths, English and ICT.

In return, you will receive access to the Local Government Pension, benefit from free parking and have access to a range of onsite facilities including a restaurant, shop, garden centre and a free gym.


Read more information and apply on the North Kent College website.

Closing date: Tuesday 18 May 2021.