7 jobs in Yorkshire for those who hate working from 9:00 to 17:00

Do you quickly get bored with the monotony not only in food and clothes, but also in the work that you do? One of the most effective ways to keep interest and stay always toned, is to change both the place of work and its schedule. The UK offers its residents a large number of jobs that do not imply a daily duty with standard timeline. If you live in Yorkshire or do not mind moving there, then we will introduce some vacancies with non-standard timetable to your attention.

If you are a pilot and really love the sky, and besides that you have excellent flying skills and good knowledge of meteorology, then this position suits you best. This work at Martek Marine is ideal for people who like to work as part of a solid team and are ready to perform their duties as required, sometimes for several weeks in a raw. The advantages of working in the company include the flexibility of the working schedule, in the creation of which the main condition is that the work will be done.

Love Rouge Bakery is looking for a baker's assistant and cake decorator. If you see yourself as a new Mary Berry, then this opportunity to get a part-time job that will allow you not only to participate in the creation of delicious "works of art", but to participate in the reception and making up orders. This position is ideal for those who have a passion for baking and those who seek to gain practical experience and develop their skills.

Vacancy for babysitting to help a mother. The family in Copmanthorpe, on the outskirts of York, is looking for a capable and caring person who will help take care of four children, and in addition, perform a number of household duties during part-time work.

North Yorkshire Fire & Rescue Service. This vacancy provides the flexibility of the working schedule and the possibility of being at home, rather than in the territory of the fire station. Responsibilities include responding to emergencies, which, if necessary, you are informed about by a message on your pager. Candidates must be from the age of 18 years at the time of the start of studies. They will be able to draw up a schedule of work, during which they will be available to respond to emergencies.

Seasonal instructor for outdoor work. Peak Activity Services Ltd is looking for people who have a passion for adventure in their blood. This seasonal position will allow you to work in an active and pleasant environment, offering a variety of programs in the water park to a wide variety of client groups. Experience is required.

PixelMedia is looking for a club photographer. This place of work is ideal for beginning photographers who want to improve their portfolio and at the same time work part-time. Flexible schedule of work in night establishments in Leeds, providing a full course of training and equipment. There is also the possibility of working abroad for those who succeed in this kind of activity.

If you are good at needlework, then The Bridal Emporium is looking for you. The Bridal Emporium is looking for an experienced seamstress to join their team. Working conditions include a flexible schedule, which includes at least two days a week and the opportunity to work during additional time in the summer. Experience in working with wedding and evening dresses is required, the ability to restore wedding dresses and vintage clothing, and work with sewing equipment.

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