Jobs & Incentivised Opportunities Scarborough & Whitby

Returning to work after having children can be a daunting prospect however there are jobs that can fit around the needs of your family.

“Jobs for Parents” are family-friendly positions that may be part-time, flexi-time, term-time, temporary contracts or even working from home.

If you have a vacancy to fill and would like to advertise the role on Scarborough & Whitby Mumbler then please contact us here.

Looking for a new direction? How about fostering?

Home Instead

Join our team and make a difference to local people in Scarborough


Come join our family of CAREGivers who together make a positive difference every day. In our mission to be the UK’s most admired care company, we’re always on the lookout for new CAREGivers who will help us continue providing an outstanding service. All of our visits to clients last at least one hour so the clients you visit will get to know and trust you.


What does it mean to be a CAREGiver?

Our clients are people from all different walks of life who use our services in different ways. With some clients we provide companionship, spending time with clients doing what they love best. With others we deliver more hands-on care or support with more specific needs such as dementia, with duties including assisting with bathing and getting dressed.


Who can become a CAREGiver?

Whether you’ve worked in the care sector before or want to make the move into care, we have a role for you. We prize a warm heart and caring nature above previous experience, providing training and support to help you reach your full potential.


Our rate of pay is £10.40 per hour and we offer a range of other benefits including award-winning training and development and access to our company holiday home in Northumberland.


If you would like to learn more about opportunities to join our team then call us on 01723 263263 or email and mention Scarborough Mumbler.

You can also find more information on our website

Maternity Voice Partnership (MVP)

Maternity Voice Partnership (MVP) 
Parent and family representatives are working in partnership with midwives, doctors and other health professionals to help improve future maternity care to women, partners, families and babies. Coast & Country Maternity Voices Partnership (MVP) covers Scarborough, Filey, Whitby and Ryedale. 

Volunteers Wanted to Support the Programme  
For the programme to work successfully we would like to recruit some volunteers to gather information from other families.

This could be done in lots of different ways – through asking for feedback at meetings/groups you already attend, through looking at the results of the ongoing questionnaire, or through visiting clinical areas and feeding what you have found back into the main meetings.

We are aiming to collect feedback from all sorts of people who represent the wide variety of families across Scarborough, Filey, Whitby and Ryedale.

This will be an exciting time to raise awareness around the importance of the maternity services, to make sure that seldom heard voices are heard, and to contribute to future developments in maternity services.

If you would like to feed back, find out more about what is being discussed or would like to volunteer to help:

Please contact Ria Machin and SJ Barker on


Mumbler Reviews

From time to time, I am asked to review classes, days out and other wierd and wonderful things!

This comprises of attending, taking photos, enjoying whatever it is and then writing a short review afterwards for the website which is then shared on social media.

I am hoping to get a few volunteers together that may like to do a few reviews for me? Your review will be published on the website. There will be no payment for your time but you will get whatever you are reviewing for free.

If you think this is something that you may like to get involved in, please do contact me HERE telling me how old your children are, where you live, any specific interests and what you use on Mumbler. Do send any questions you may have.

It is quite a good way to get back into work, keep your hand in during maternity leave or just experience some really cool things that you may not normally do.