Registering with Ten2Two

Looking for part-time work? Want to work more flexibly? You’re in the right place and probably somewhere in the job-hunting zone. You might have an idea of what job you’d like to do, where you’d like to work (maybe from home?) and the hours that would suit you (part-time work?).

Many new members are thinking about returning to work after starting a family, and the flexible options available to them like part-time work. Or they might be considering changing their current job. That’s good planning.

We have two types of registration: Full Membership makes you active on our candidate database immediately. Associate Membership allows you to get involved, but we know you might not be quite ready.

Full Membership

If you’re actively looking for flexible or part-time work, please register by entering your postcode on the right to join our roster of professional, skilled and experienced individuals.

As a Full Member we will be actively seeking flexible or part-time work for you that match your skills. This service is free of charge.

You’ll also get full access to a range of benefits, including support services and products for members returning to work or looking for a new job. We’ll keep you up to date through our regular newsletters.

(If you’re looking for local flexible or part-time work, it’s worth noting the areas we are working in now and those coming to soon – check out ‘locations‘ in the main menu).

Associate Membership

If you’re thinking about returning to work or changing your job sometime in the future, it’s worth registering as an ‘Associate Member’. You’ll be presented with this option when you register.

As an Associate Member, we won’t actively look for work on your behalf or shortlist you for flexible or part-time jobs; however you can become a Full Member whenever you’re ready. In the meantime, we’ll keep you up to date with everything that’s happening, and perhaps spark an interest in one of our future roles.

If you live outside one of our core coverage areas, you can still register as an Associate Member. That way, we can let you know when our coverage extends to your area. You can register your details by entering your postcode in the box on the left to kick off the process.

A Simple Process

Registering with Ten2Two is a simple process. Just let us have your personal details and your CV and we’ll take it from there.

Register on site

Receive an acknowledgement

CV is reviewed by your local team

Your local team will contact you

We contact you when a suitable role comes up

We don’t typically meet members individually face to face, unless there is a specific role that you’re interested in. But you may want to chat to likeminded people, so it’s worth meeting your local team at one of our local ‘get to know you’ sessions. Keep an eye out for details.

We’ve worked with our members on hundreds of flexible roles and part-time work. Find out what you can expect to happen next here.


Registering Checklist

Wherever you are in your job-hunting process, there are always questions to answer and issues to consider.

Here’s a quick checklist of things to think about before you register:

1. Do you have an up-to-date CV?
We can’t do much for you without one. If you need to update yours or even do one for the first time check out our hints and tips. Don’t forget to watch out for dates for our local CV and interviewing workshops.
2. What job do you want to do?
Is it the same as you did before or are you looking for a fresh challenge? Do you want to work flexibly in part-time work or as a job share? It’s important to have some idea.
3. What skills and experience do you bring to a new role?
It’s a good idea to write out your specific skills and competencies, especially if you’re looking to change direction.
4. Where do you want to work?
How far are you willing to travel to a new job? Are you constrained by family commitments or are you keen to avoid commuting?
5. What hours and/or days do you want to work?
School hours? Full days? Check out the flexible working options here.
6. What’s your preferred working format?
You might want a permanent role or be happy working on a contract or freelance basis. Take a look at the breakdown of employment types here.