Support Staff


Achievement Bute provides a wide range of inclusive children’s activities and support for children and young people with disabilities on Bute.


We are seeking to recruit enthusiastic, energetic, caring and creative people to join our team. We require:


1. Seasonal Staff to work mainly on weekdays during school holidays. View full role description here.


2. Regular Support Staff to work throughout the year, mainly evenings and weekends during term-time, and mainly weekdays during school holidays. View full role description here.


Work is part-time/sessional.
Rate of pay £9 per hour plus £1.06 holiday pay per hour.


Applicants for the role of Regular Support Staff will require to register with the SSSC.
Experience of working with children would be advantageous. Achievement Bute provides training for all support workers.


To apply for one of the above positions, please complete and return the following documents and return via email to sheena@achievementbute.org.uk or, in person, to the Achievement Bute offices at 9 Castle Street:


Seasonal Staff
- Application Form
- Self-Declaration Form (must be printed and signed in pen)
- Seasonal Availability Form
- For Reference Only: Self-Declaration Appendix (do not print/return)


Regular Support Staff
- Application Form
- Self-Declaration Form (must be printed and signed in pen)
- Seasonal Availability Form
- For Reference Only: Self-Declaration Appendix (do not print/return)


Completed applications must be returned by 22nd May 2019.
Interviews will take place on 31st May 2019.


Our Aim


Achievement Bute’s aim is to improve the lives of children and young people with disabilities and their families on Bute by creating opportunities for all children on the island to participate in a range of activities that are inclusive, educational and enjoyable.



Our Board


The Board of Trustees of Achievement Bute is a group of local people who are committed to these aims and who want Achievement Bute to thrive for the benefit of the children of Bute.


We have six board meetings per year, held during school term-time and the Board plays a key role in the growth of the charity, setting the overall direction and providing scrutiny to our processes and decisions.


If you are interested in finding out more please email us .




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