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Environmental Health Officer A client of mine in Northern Ireland is looking for Environmental Health Officers to join their team for a period of 2 months, various hours available including night shift, the post holder will undertake inspections of commercial and domestic premises, investigate complaints and accidents, enforce relevant statutory provisions and provide advice and make recommendations to the public, commercial and government organisations. Responsible for:- Food Safety Tobacco Control Health & Safety at Work Consumer Protection Public Health Housing Environmental Protection Planning Health and Well Being Enforcement of Byelaws Qualifications & Experience or diploma in Environmental Health. least 6 months' previous experience in the enforcement of environmental health legislation. Full current driving licence and access to transport to meet the requirements of the post work outside of normal office hours, including evenings, weekends and public/bank holidays including emergency call out. of registration with EHORB or equivalent. At least 1 year's experience in the enforcement of environmental health legislation. Please note this position call inside IR35 To apply for this position please email an updated version of your CV to or call me on (phone number removed) stride is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy
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  • £11 - £14/hour uplifts for nights and weekends
We are currently recruiting for a passionate, experienced and highly motivated Mental Healthcare Assistant to support a busy NHS Mental Health Hospital in Scalby. The chosen individual will be able to choose their own work pattern, allowing for a healthy work life balance. The successful candidate will be providing 1 to 1 support with patients who are suffering from acute mental health, schizophrenia, dementia and challenging behaviour. It is essential that you have at least 6 to 12 months' experience, preferably in a ward or inpatient environment. Experience in Control and Restraint or PMVA training is beneficial. The hourly rates of pay are £11.00 to £14.00 per hour, dependent on shift worked. *Do you know someone who would be interested in this role? We offer a £250 referral bonus per successful candidate that is referred* You could benefit from working for Service Care Solutions with: *£150 sign-up bonus for qualified workers *Dedicated and experienced one-to-one consultant support *Competitive rates of pay for temporary and fixed contract work *FREE enhanced DBS check *FREE occupational health checks and immunisations *CV writing service *Interview techniques coaching *Regular post-placement follow-ups *Subsidised training / FREE mandatory training for certain roles *FREE uniform for certain roles *Approved supplier to over 400 organisations nationwide *Loyalty reward scheme *Referral bonus of £250 *Opportunity for future career development *Candidate welcome pack (coming soon) This role is available for an immediate start, so please forward an up to date CV as soon as possible to apply
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  • £25543 - £37152/annum
Key Stage 2 Primary Teacher required for Good Primary School – Chesham – April 2021 start - Full Time Previous KS2 Teaching Experience preferable, however not essential You will be teaching within a well established and supportive Key Stage 2 department Specialism in phonics would be higly desirable Supply Desk are working closely with a good school in Chesham, who are looking to appoint a Key Stage 2 Primary Teacher to their school from April 2021. A vibrant medium sized primary school in the heart of Chesham. Children are at the centre of decisions made at the school and they pride themselves on providing an inclusive learning environment and opportunities for success regardless of background, needs and abilities. Staff are supported as the school recognises that this is key in order to develop pupils in to achievers with high aspirations of themselves. Candidates must be: Comfortable with the Key Stage 2 Curriculum and able to effectively plan and deliver lessons for KS2 Enthusiastic and dedicated to teaching Experience of subject specialisms and/or experience of co-ordinator roles would also be advantageous for this particular school in Chesham  Key Stage 2 SATS experience would advantageous but not essential The school is creative in approach and boasts outstanding facilities and a wealth of teaching and learning resources.  You would be joining a very creative and inspiring staff team which has been commended locally for the learning environment they have created for their children. This is an amazing opportunity for a KS2 Primary Teacher to grow and develop professionally and would be a great opportunity if you are looking for a change in April 2021 so do not delay in applying. Supply Desk is working in partnership with Buckinghamshire Local Authority and represent a host of opportunities in Buckinghamshire and the surrounding areas including Middlesex, Oxfordshire and Berkshire. In addition to top rates of pay, and a commitment to your professional development we can offer you a pension contribution scheme and a dedicated consultant to support you every step of the way.  Please visit our website . To take full advantage of this opportunity please forward your CV to  or call Waqas on: (phone number removed) / (phone number removed) / (phone number removed) for more information. Due to the overwhelming response to online advertising, only short-listed candidates will be contacted. Supply Desk offer a £100 ‘Golden Hello’ for anyone who introduces a teacher/teaching assistant. Get in touch for further details. Supply Desk is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people. All successful applicants will be required to complete an enhanced DBS (formerly CRB) check which must be maintained throughout the period of employment and meet Safer Recruitment standards. (AGY)
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  • £35000 - £45000/annum Car allowance
Our client, a specialist foundation contractor is currently seeking an experienced Logistics Manager to be responsible for safe and efficient management of company logistics operations and ensuring compliance with client’s operational requirements. The successful candidate will build an excellent relationship with the Operational Delivery Team, the Supply Chain Management team and representatives of the client to ensure smooth and efficient operation at site level. The role will involve regular communication with various teams, with visits to core business and project offices. A self-disciplined and organised approach is required. Responsibilities & Tasks will Include (but not limited): * Overall responsibility for the logistics team and logistics related functions of the project * To be accountable for the activity and results of the logistics team and all associated costs * Ensuring fleet vehicles and those of our supply chain are compliant with legal legislation * Ensuring fleet vehicles and those of our supply chain are compliant with project requirements such as FORS and Van Excellence * Management of supply chain haulier fleet across multiple sites including availability and resource level, cost control management, performance management, compliance to regulations and processes and investigation of non-compliance events * Management of safe loading practices * Overall responsibility for scheduling of deliveries and management of Vehicle Management Booking Systems * Work with logistics managers of other project stakeholders in a collaborative and professional manner * Ensuring that health, safety and environmental practices and requirements are met and exceeded; Minimum Requirements: * Proven experience within a similar role * Excellent IT skills (Including Microsoft Outlook, Word & Excel) * Excellent verbal and written communication skills * Ability to use your initiative and to work on several work fronts at once * Ability to organise your time and workload * Flexible work approach * Full driving license Desirable: * Piling / Geotechnical experience; * CPC Qualifications * Knowledge of Road Haulage industry including commercial aspects * A detailed knowledge of transport legislation Due to the current pandemic, the location of this position will suit candidates in central England (Watford to Northampton area). This is a flexible role, with a mix of working from home and site-based working required. Forward you CV now, for further details on this new and exciting 3-year fixed term appointment with the possibility to extend
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  • £25.00 - £29.00/hour
CPN - Band 6 - CMHT - Wandsworth & West Battersea - £25 - £29 per hour We require Band 6 Nurses needed for South West London and St Georges NHS trust based in Wandsworth. The team works with a defined group of general practitioners and serves a diverse population in Wandsworth. The team provides support to people with severe and enduring or acute mental health problems to address their mental health and social care needs. Benefits as a CMHT Band 6 CPN: Monday to Friday- can be some flexibility Good team and management Good Training Covid regulations in place and took very seriously Job Summary as a CMHT Band 6 CPN: To work within the Trust's CPA/Care Management framework and the standards set out in the Adult Directorates Operational Policy for Community Mental Health Teams. The post holder as part of an integrated, multi-professional team will undertake the care coordinator role for a defined caseload of clients with severe and enduring mental health problems. The post holder will be expected to promote, by example and leadership, a high standard of patient care. The post holder will communicate and collaborate effectively with all agencies and agents involved in supporting adults with severe mental health problems. Responsibilities as a CPN: To be responsible for the flexible management of a defined caseload designed to meet the individual needs of the client and the carer's. To maintain high standard of individualised client care, recognising factors and events that are likely to affect the mental, emotional and physical well-being of clients/carers and provide advice and support when required. To act as a care coordinator in assessing clients' needs and strengths through a collaborative approach, ensuring that all clients have care plans and that these are implemented and regularly reviewed/updated. To develop and maintain a high standard of practice, based on assessment, through the use of a range of psychosocial approaches, within a health and psycho-social framework. To communicate/liaise effectively within relevant agencies to ensure that an integrated programmed of care is provided throughout. To implement and/or participate in crisis intervention measures with the client/family or in conjunction with other agencies. To supervise and monitor the therapeutic effects and side-effects of prescribed medication providing the client with clear advice and information in accordance with the Trust Policy and the NMC Standards for administration of drugs. To organise and participate in the admission, discharge and transfer of clients in accordance with the Trust Policies. To provide clients and carer's with verbal and written up to date information on the services offered by the Trust, how to express their views, complaints procedure and what they can expect from the CMHT. To attend weekly clinical meetings to provide the team with relevant information in relation to caseload, referrals and to feedback on new assessment. To develop and maintain effective working relationships with in-patient facilities regarding admission and discharge of clients. To facilitate carers' assessments, provide the appropriate care plan to meet identified needs and to monitor efficacy.Essential requirements: Eligible to work in the UK Qualified as a CPN/RMN Full UK licence holder Registered with the NMCWhy Liquid Personnel? New 'Faster Pay' service getting you paid more quickly Twice weekly payroll Free DBS and compliance service Access to exclusive roles that aren't available from other agencies Your own dedicated consultant with extensive sector knowledge Access to a wide selection of social care and nursing positions across the UK "Refer a Friend" bonus - get £200 for each social worker/nurse you refer who we successfully place * "Find your own job" bonus - get £250 for bringing your own position to us *Liquid Healthcare and Liquid HC is the healthcare division of Liquid Personnel Ltd. Liquid Personnel is an equal opportunities employer. Liquid Personnel Ltd is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy For more information please email (url removed)
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MM503: Plumber [Heat pump technology] Salary: Up to £35000 DOE Location: Newbury Overview First Military Recruitment is working in partnership with our client to recruit Plumber with Heat Pump technology to join their team. Applications from ex military personnel are strongly encouraged. With over 15 years trading experience, our client is a leading renewable energy installation contractor, specialising in heat pumps, solar PV and battery storage systems. They are looking for a Plumber to join their installation team based in Newbury to work on a range of domestic and commercial properties both retrofit and new build projects. The Engineer will be responsible for carrying out installations of air and ground source heat pumps. The majority of the work will be along the M4 corridor, around the Hampshire, Surrey and Berkshire areas. The Candidate The ideal candidate will come from a background in plumbing  Must have previous experience working on heat pumps and would ideally hold an NVQ Level 2 in Plumbing and Unvented Hot Water Cylinders (G3) qualifications. Previous experience of installation of renewables systems Knowledge of renewable energy technologies advantageous NVQ Level 2 in Plumbing Unvented Hot Water Cylinder (G3) qualification (training may be provided) CSCS Card Full clean UK driving licence Salary and benefits: Salary up to to £35,000 depending on qualifications and experience Company vehicle or mileage allowance Uniform and PPE Opportunity to train and work on solar systems Training will be provided if required 20 Days Holiday plus Bank Holidays Profit share scheme
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  • £130 - £210/day Negotiable salary, staff parking
Design and Technology teacher required after February half term. We are working with a fantastic school in the Leeds area who are looking for an enthusiastic DT teacher to work on a temporary contract basis covering a maternity leave. This school is part of a well respected and popular trust and teachers often express how valued they feel as a staff member when working at this setting. The Role: The successful candidate will be required full time for the duration of the booking Supporting with the development of Schemes of Work in line with the National Curriculum for Design & Technology Guiding pupils with low attainment levels and implementing strategies to ensure they meet their targets. Assessing and evaluating class and home work, reporting back to senior team members Promoting positive behaviour management skills and manage behaviour in line with school behaviour policies. What you will need: Qualified teacher status or equivalent Experience teaching DT and ideally a preferred area Two references, with one being childcare based DBS on the update service or happy to apply for a new one Previous experience working in a school or college Why work with Randstad? When you work with us, you will have access to a range of expertise and advice, cpd, training as well as benefits. We can provide you with: Competitive pay rates Dedicated consultant to answer all of your queries Unlimited refer a friend bonuses Weekly pay Easy to use work app, manage your diary and your shifts, see more work opportunities available!If you feel you are ready for your next role and have the right skills and experience to apply then send your CV today! (All candidates will be subject to Randstad Education's child safety standards, satisfactory references and UK eligibility checks.)
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  • £32000 - £49000/annum
This sought-after Prep School is looking for an enthusiastic and inspirational SENDCo teacher who will lead the strategic development of the school's Special Educational Needs (SEND) provision and oversight of the day-to-day operation of that policy with the aim of raising SEND pupil achievement. The SENDCo teacher appointed will be experienced, computer literate, medically fit, have the ability to understand school protocols and policies, and be willing to make a full contribution to school life. The School The school, which is set in leafy Richmond on the edge of Old Deer Park, combines a warm and nurturing environment with excellent resources, a commitment to teamwork and the professional development of staff. We are a progressive and vibrant school that focuses on raising the aspirations and releasing the potential of every young person in our care. In this environment they have the opportunity to grow academically, on the sports field, artistically, on stage, and to take leadership responsibilities in many different areas. What we can offer you as a SENDCo: The opportunity to join a very successful team of committed and highly qualified teachers. A supportive environment where the work-life balance of teachers is important. Outstanding facilities and resources to support learning and teaching. A supportive and experienced Senior Leadership Team. An opportunity to develop through an extensive CPD offer, such as a Middle Leadership development programme that includes opportunities to access NPQML and NPQSL. Opportunity to grow as a teacher and access both Middle and Senior Leadership A bespoke induction and training programme with built-in support and mentoring. A strong Staff Wellbeing Programme (bike to work scheme/additional healthcare support/staff events) To be part of the school at its most pivotal and exciting time.Main duties and Responsibilities as a SENCO: To plan and organise the Learning Support programmes To work with the staff to ensure that the learning support programme is being effectively delivered To monitor teaching and learning activities to meet the needs of children with SENDD To prepare a policy statement and curriculum development plan covering a three year period Devise a scheme of work that provides for curriculum content and ensures progression and continuity in learning. Assess and identify the needs of individuals and produce IEPs for those children who require such provision To devise a triage system of care for SEND students To liaise closely with the Deputy Head to ensure consistent, effective and appropriate differentiation and support is offered by all staff, for all SEND children To support staff to effectively cater for children for whom English is another language (EAL) Provide the necessary teaching of pupils within the school and to give regular feedback to parents Ensure that teaching of learning support is adequately resourced using the allocated funds effectively Update the Online Learning Platform - Firefly Attend consultation evenings and keep parents informed about their child's progress Identify and teach study skills that will develop children's ability to work independently Disseminate good practice in SEND across the school Identify resources needed to meet the needs of children with SEND and advise the Head of priorities for expenditureIf you are interested in this SENCO role and have the relevant qualification then please send your CV to Luke at Reeson. Reeson Education: REESON Education is London's Premier Recruitment Agency. Established in 2006 by experienced teachers, education professionals and recruitment specialists, we have built our business and reputation on the cores values of honesty, integrity and excellence. We care about education and the provision of education and have established an excellent reputation with schools and teachers alike. At REESON Education we work closely with a large network of Nurseries, Primary Schools, Secondary Schools and Colleges across London. Our client base provides us with an abundance of available daily supply, long term and permanent opportunities across all age groups in all areas of London
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  • £80 - £100/day
Teach Now are currently recruiting for a higher level teaching assistant (HLTA) to work in a primary school based in Barnet, North London. This is a long term role starting from January 2020. Your role will be to support and assist Teachers deliver their lessons in line with the National Curriculum, whilst supporting the pupils' learning and development. A positive and flexible approach is essential, whilst having the ability to use your own initiative. You may be required to cover PPA sessions which may include planning and delivering sessions within the classroom. The chosen candidate must be able to completely commit to the role as continuity is key. The school are looking for individuals that are: * High quality classroom practitioner * Has the ability to motivate and inspire children to achieve their potential * Eager to make a positive contribution to the continued success of our school. * Enthusiastic, hardworking, creative and a team player * Has excellent interpersonal and organisational skills * Able to commit for the duration of the placement * Creative and dynamic in their approach to teaching and learning whilst using effective behaviour management techniques. * Honest and compassionate * DBS checked or happy to complete one Successful candidates will benefit from: * Competitive rates * CPD training * Working alongside a supportive team with a proven track record * Having a designated and committed consultant to support you through your role * An excellent referral bonus scheme If this role sounds interesting to you and you feel you have all the above qualities, then please reply to this advert with your most updated CV and Tabish will be in touch with you. Good luck with your application, we look forward to hearing from you! To be considered for this HLTA role you must have relevant HLTA certificate, good written and spoken communication skills & strong classroom management skills
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  • £120 - £180/day
English Teacher Protocol Education are recruiting for qualified English teachers for Mainstream Secondary Schools in Suffolk covering students in KS3 - KS4; Successful candidates will have an excellent knowledge of the National Curriculum and will be able to plan engaging lessons for all students. This is a fantastic opportunity for those looking for a new teaching opportunity in their specialist subject. We will also accept applicants looking to complete their teacher training and are ambitious about a new career in teaching. Desirable but not essential qualities: ·Be a dynamic and inspirational classroom teacher ·Resilient ·Organised with good time management skills ·Be able to manage students with a range of abilities in a small classroom environment ·Be able to work within a small close-knit team Benefits of working with Protocol Education • PAYE pay at no cost to you. No weekly fee's or employers tax costs passed onto you • Excellent customer service from a dedicated secondary school team • Flexibility of not being in a contract, giving you the opportunity to find a school that's right for you • Open from 7am to 6:30pm • Out of hours Email service • Online account management - Let us know your availability at the click of a button • Training and Development programmes For more information please contact Simone on (phone number removed) or apply now
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