Contract Type: Casual
Would you like to be
informed directly when casual work arises at the Isle of Wight
Council? Register to join Team IWC Flexible!
In these times of rapid
change, we are finding more casual opportunities than ever are becoming available
(often at short notice) for individuals who would like to work with us.
Team IWC Flexible is a
‘bank’ of local workers we can call on to provide short term or urgent cover,
across a wide variety of jobs on variable hours. Whatever your skillset, if you
are interested in casual opportunities, we would like to hear from you today!
How can I join?
To get started we simply
need you to get in touch and register your interest to join TeamIWC Flexible.
Let us know what skills you can offer and
what kind of work would be of interest. Once
registered, we’ll notify you directly when new casual roles are launched, then
you can choose whether you would like to be considered.
We will have a range of
shift patterns and start dates, so we’ll need to know your availability. If you only want to work weekends or evenings
or would like to work on specific days of the week, let us know what works for
you, but remember the more flexible you are, the more opportunities you’ll have
to choose from.
To register your details
with Team IWC Flexible you can download an application form via the green ‘How
to apply’ section on this page, or contact our Resourcing Specialist Katy
Harwood on 01983 821000 ext. 6105 (Mon-Fri
9am – 3pm) alternatively you can email email@example.com
We currently have 3 key
areas where there is a rise in demand;
You can find full Job
Summaries in the green ‘How to Apply’ section on this page.
Please note: Roles could arise in any of our teams
here at the Isle of Wight Council at any time, we predict that roles in Team
IWC Flexible will be as diverse and varied as our permanent workforce.
Joining Team IWC Flexible
is no guarantee of securing a casual contract.
out more about working for the Isle of Wight Council and living on the Island here.
council and its schools recruit according to the council’s Safer Recruitment
policy and are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children
and young people and expect all staff and volunteers to share in this
Isle of Wight Council protects its employees from discrimination, we actively
promote the diversity of our workforce and we provide flexible working options
(where appropriate) to support the different needs of our employees. The Isle of Wight Council is an equal
opportunities employer and is proud to encourage applications from all
cultures, backgrounds and abilities to better reflect the diversity within our
addition to the above, the Isle of Wight Council is a Disability Confident
Employer. This means that providing an individual meets the basic essential
requirements of the advertised role and have declared themselves as disabled,
they will be offered an opportunity for an interview within the council.