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Maynews Newsagents

Crown Glass Shopping Centre


Wanted boys and girls

to deliver newspapers.

Due to approaching GCSE season the shop is short of deliverers.


The rounds are all in the mornings:

  • Monday to Friday or

  • Monday to Saturday


Pay is £15-£25

Minimum age is13 no upper age limit


Contact Phil Morris at 8 Clevedom Walk, call 01275 856646 or email

Bristol Airport firefighter role

Bristol Airport is recruiting firefighters to join its Fire & Rescue Service.

The role of a Bristol Airport Firefighter is not what you would expect.  

Despite its name, it is not all about fighting fires. 

While responding to emergency situations and requests for help will be part of the job, being a firefighter involves so much more.  

Successful applicants will take part in emergency response simulation exercises, deliver training workshops to colleagues on first aid, manual handling and general safety, promoting fire safety standards to airport colleagues and be able to keep a cool head in a crisis.

Bristol Airport is looking for people who can work as part of a team, have different strengths and experiences, are self-motivated, with good levels of fitness and stamina and able to work under pressure. 

No previous experience is necessary as all training will be provided through an extensive on-the-job training programme.

Bristol Airport resourcing manager Alex Morrow said: “Our firefighters have very different backgrounds and bring with them different strengths and experiences.

"A firefighter at Bristol Airport means being part of a family, working in a supportive environment, meeting high and professional standards and proud of the work they do.  

"Other attributes we look for include being a team player, being conscientious and working proactively every day. 

"If you are looking for a job with a difference, in an exciting and dynamically changing business, we would love to hear from you.”

To find out more information about the role from click HERE

Deadline Wednesday, November 13.

More than 4,000 people are employed at the airport across 50 companies covering a wide range of job roles.  

A Tickenham company has a vacancy for an office coordinator.

Palladium is an international aid organisation with one of our UK offices based near Nailsea.

They are currently recruiting for a full-time office coordinator.

Palladium works with governments, businesses, and investors to solve the world's most pressing challenges.

For full details click HERE.

Emmeline Simpson Ltd

Administrative Assistant (temporary)

Emmeline Simpson is a designer running a small business based in Nailsea, supplying gift products to retailers in Bristol, Bath, Oxford and London as well as selling online. We are looking for a great multi-tasker with excellent communication skills and accuracy to work as a temporary admin assistant in the run up to Christmas. Candidates should be professional, polite, organised and able to manage time effectively, and have great attention to detail. Must be comfortable working with computers – practical knowledge of word and excel is essential as well as adaptability to using web based systems. Tasks will include general office administration, booking in deliveries and liaising with warehouse, placing orders with suppliers, communicating with Trade customers and answering enquiries by email, phone. Assisting retail customers with web orders and updating website with new products. Invoicing trade customers using Sage software. Promoting products/events on social media. Ideally candidates will be able to work from home.


HOURS: 4-6  hours a week within school hours - flexible

LOCATION: working from home


This is initially a temporary position for November and December but with a possibility of extension. To apply, please contact Emmeline by email with a cv and a covering note if you would like to be considered. Closing date Tuesday, October 22.

Tyntesfield is looking for Father Christmas to book him for the festive season.

This is a part-time job and pays £8.72 an hour.

Taking on the character of Father Christmas, you will play an integral role to the programme of Christmas activities and events at Tyntesfield

Dressed and playing the role of Father Christmas, you will meet and greet children and their families / guardians with energy, professionalism and Christmas spirit.

You will converse with children and their families / guardians providing the warmest of welcomes, to ensure that they experience the magic of Christmas and a memorable visit.

This is a challenging role that requires patience, diplomacy and the very best customer service skills.

To find out more click HERE.

Seasonal Santa job

Like working with children? 

  • Nailsea School is looking for a part-time learning support assistant. This is a fixed term contract and the salary is £9,432 per annum; and

  • Nailsea Montessori nursery needs a cook from 10am-12.30pm on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. The High Street pre-school is offered a good rate of pay for those holding a Level " food and hygience qualification.

  • Call 01275 851123 or email for more details.

TEAM PELICAN: A Nailsea company which helps people onto the right career path for them is hosting an open day with free coffee on Saturday, September 28, their Crown Glass Shopping Centre offices.

Simply Green Zero Waste

We are looking for one or two people to join us on a part time basis to help with the day to day running of the shop and covering holidays, with the possibility of progressing to taking on more responsibility in the future.

The role will involve serving customers, lots of restocking, ensuring the shop is clean, tidy and well presented throughout the day, as well as washing up and leaving the shop clean at the end of each day.

An interest in living a low waste lifestyle is important.


You will need to be quite fit as there will be lots of heavy lifting (up to 25kg sacks), with good customer service skills and good attention to detail as hygiene is key when selling/ serving unpackaged food.

Email a CV and your availability to 


Nailsea & Backwell RFC IS looking to recruit bar staff for its busy club.

If you have experience in working in a busy bar environment, are friendly, hardworking and would like to join our team, please call Tony Warren on 0776 509 2674, email or contact Richie Evans at the club on 01275 810818.

Clerk to governors

Nailsea School has a part-time vacancy for a clerk to the governors. The clerk will deal with administrative matters for the board of governors which includes taking minutes at meetings and advising on procedural issues. Evening meetings are on Mondays from 6pm and there 18 per year. For more information and to apply click HERE.

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Click HERE to follow link to learn more about this Nailsea School job

Jobs open day

A Weston-super-Mare based company, the Ascot Group, has announced plans to expand its operations resulting in dozens of new jobs.

The group has grown from a start-up business to 70 employees and operates within the marketing, media and technology sectors.

The newly created roles will span everything from digital marketing and data analytics to more traditional positions such as graphic design and copy writing.

The company is hosting an open day on Saturday, April 27 at its HQ at Worle Park Way, next to Worle train station, and local people can register to attend.

Ascot Group CEO Andrew Scott said: “North Somerset is brimming with talented people but many of them commute to Bristol or further afield.

“Not everyone is aware that a world-class marketing and tech company exists on their doorstep so we’re inviting people to meet our team and see our facilities.”

The Ascot Group operates across three businesses, Purplex Marketing, Insight Data and Business Leader, and positions are being created at every level – from experienced senior management to trainee roles.

The jobs will be phased in over the next three years and the company is already seeking additional office space to accommodate the growth.

The Recruitment Open Day will take place from 10am-2pm and for more information visit call 01934 428771.

Wine store vacancy

Aimee's Wine House at 45 Rodney Road, Backwell needs a part-time shop assistant for Tuesdays.

The hours are 4-9pm with extra hours needed to cover holidays.

Also alternative Sundays vacancy at the Stoke Bishop store 11am-8pm.

Hourly rate  £8.21.

Go to the Facebook page, call in shop or call 01275 464591 for more details.

The Royal Oak at Nailsea High Street is recruiting
The Royal Oak needs:
  • weekend glass collector/food runner
  • full and part-time bar staff
  • assistant manager or team leader
Email your CV with cover letter to or pop into the High Street pub with your paperwork
Fountain Timber has vacancies for forklift driver

Coates House is looking for front-of-house staff.

The family-owned High Street restaurant and pub is recruiting bar staff, team supervisors and salaried assistant manager.

Email your CV with covering letter to

Grand Pier, Weston-super-Mare jobs 

The Grand Pier is just the job for career opportunities

Twenty new full-time jobs are being created at Weston-super-Mare’s Grand Pier as it gears up for the traditional start of the new holiday season in a few weeks’ time.

The popular seafront attraction traditionally recruits a large number of seasonal workers, which it is again seeking to do this year.

But in addition, it is making a significant investment by offering 20 new full-time positions.

Details of all the vacancies can be discussed at two recruitment days which are taking place at the Pier on Monday and Tuesday, March 25-26, 2-6pm.

Grand Pier general manager Tim Moyle said: “Every year we recruit a number of occasional staff to help out in our busiest periods.

“Our payroll can go from around 100 usually to 320 in August.

"But in addition to the usual occasional staff, we have decided to invest in 20 new permanent positions, which is something different.

“Our intention would be for these staff to become multi-skilled and experienced in many different aspects of the Pier’s operations, from various retail roles to staffing the rides, these staff will train across all our various departments.

“It might be that if someone excels in a particular area, or shows particular enthusiasm or ability in a specific area, they can stay there but the intention is for them to become multi-skilled.”

Attendees, who are encouraged to bring their CVs, will be able to speak to heads of department and find out about all the recruitment opportunities across the company.

Mr Moyle added: “Our ideal candidates are people who are hard-working and willing to learn.”

In addition to the new permanent multi-skilled positions the Pier is looking – as usual – to recruit occasional staff in a number of roles and areas, including the bar, catering, retail, rides, arcade, cooks and chefs, cleaners, pot wash and stores.

To find out more about the wide range of attractions, events and entertainments at the Grand Pier all year round, visit

Nailsea Summer Play Scheme

2019 is recruiting

Vacancies for Adult (aged 18+) and Junior (aged 16+) leader roles

Playscheme is at Kingshill Church School, Pound Lane.

It will be running from Wednesday to Wednesday, July  24-August 7,

8.30am-4pm catering for 100+ primary school aged children (four to 11). 

The fun activities include sports, dance, arts, crafts, cookery and more.

The playscheme needs enthusiastic, hard-working individuals,who love to work with children and as part of a team.

Qualifications in teaching, NNEB, NVQ level 3 in childcare or similar are desirable for some positions, along with first aid qualifications.

Previous experience in sports provision plus experience in managing staff and groups of children is needed for senior roles.
In all roles a DBS check must be provided for successful applicants.

To apply for any of the above roles email your CV and a covering letter to


Closing date for applications is Wednesday, March 13, and the interviews will be held week commencing Monday, March 18.

A new app to allow people to share skills is attracting interest among Nailsea People.
Beebooked is an initiative by Bristol based OneBigCircle a bespoke technical solutions company.
The Beebooked app is designed to help people trade their skills and earn money in hours that work for them, in turn allowing people to find help and skills when they need them. 
Marketing person Bethany Marris said: "Most of our users are in the Nailsea area at present - nearly 60 to date.
"Beebooked was created to help people find the services they need when they need them, and also enables people to trade your skills in their community - creating a hive of local activity. 
"We don’t charge a fee and the app is totally free to sign up to."
You can contact Beebooked via its Facebook page or on Twitter.
Here are the links: 



Holy Trinity Church, Nailsea

Click HERE for full job description and HERE for the downloadable application form. The church is hoping to appoint by April 2019.


This is a unique opportunity to join this Nailsea church 

which is a medium-sized evangelical Anglican church in North Somerset. You will play a key role in providing high-quality strategic and day-to-day management of the church’s operations and oversee the non-ministerial staff and volunteers.


There is a genuine occupational requirement (GOR) that the post holder is a Christian. An enhanced DBS disclosure will be required. All applicants are required to have permission to work in the UK.

Hours: 37.5 hours per week Monday–Friday, with some evening and weekend work.

Salary: £27,000–£30,000 — 

Closing date: Monday, February 18

Interview date: Monday, March 4

For further details  call the Revd James Packman on 01275 540223 or email



Car owner/driver to work with team

Commission based - maximum £150 per week.

Immediate start available on late afternoon or evening shifts. Other shifts available.


Applicants must have:

  • North Somerset Private Hire Licence

  • North Somerset Plated Vehicle

Call 01275 799999, or send a message via Facebook page.

Further information at

Golden Valley Veterinary Hospital

Nailsea Park, Nailsea BS48 1BD
Vacancies on reception

Golden Valley Vets hold the highest RCVS accreditation and two 'outstanding' awards for service. Providing our clients with a top quality professional front-of-house experience is a fundamental part of our success and we take it very seriously.

We are now looking for two additional members of staff to join our team.

A computer literate person who loves animals and is confident interacting with clients is a priority. 

  • Full time 9am-5pm Monday to Friday with the flexibility to cover the odd weekend shift; 

  • Saturday 9am-5pm

Please email CV and covering letter stating which role you are applying for to marked for the attention of Charlie. 


MF Cleaning Solutions

Cleaner required for 2 hours a day Thursday and Sunday morning in Nailsea.
Hours flexiable but must be completed by 10am.
Pay £10 per hour.
Equipment and products provided with a uniform top.
Must have previous cleaning experience and own transport.
Must be reliable and trustworthy as will be a key holder.
Call Maddie 0758 157 4845 or email

The Hill Road, Clevedon, restaurant has vacancies for:


  • Permanent Part-Time Waiting Staff

  • Permanent Part-Time Kitchen Washer-Up


Interested? Please call 01275 341900 or email to arrange an interview

Bristol Airport jobs fairs

Bristol Airport is hosting two new jobs fairs to showcase the range of job opportunities on offer in its industry.

The airport will be teaming up with business partners based across its site at the two events – one in February and one in March, giving prospective candidates the chance to find out more about the different roles available and the skills and experience required.

Approximately 4,000 people are employed at the airport, which handled more than 8.7 million passengers in 2018. 

But, with approval to develop facilities to handle up to 10 million passengers per annum in the future, the workforce is forecast to grow.

The jobs fairs will provide a ‘one stop shop’ for anyone interested in working at the airport, with many of the different employers on site represented, including security provider, ICTS, food travel experts - SSP and The Restaurant Group (TRG), ground-handling specialists, DHL and Swissport and duty-free shopping operator, World Duty Free.

Jobs on offer range across customer service, security, catering and retail, many of which are shift work roles on a permanent and fixed term seasonal basis and will be held 10am-1pm on the following dates:

  • Tuesday, February 26, at Weston College, Knightstone Campus; and

  • Thursday, March 7, at South Bristol Skills Academy, Hengrove Park.

​To find out more about these events and,register interest click HERE.

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