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Sugarman Health are looking for experienced Care and Support staff or people with NVQ 2/3 in Health and Social Care (Must have 6 months placement experience) to work in the Rhyl and Colwyn Bay area. We operate throughout Denbighshire, Conwy and Flintshire. You would be working one location each day on block hours (are smallest shift is 6 hours). Working at Care homes,Nursing Homes, Supported living services, Mental Health Residential services, Hospitals and Hostels. We have days and night available for a variety of locations and times both full and part time. In return we offer the following 1) You pick the days you want to work and we assign you local work for the day. 2) Offer opportunity to try out different areas of social care including Youth work, Mental Health, Ex-Offenders and Homeless Project work*. 3) Potential for Permanent contracts of employment through clients we supply. 4) Comprehensive training package 5) Excellent rates of pay If this sounds like the opportunity you have been waiting for please contact us on (phone number removed) immediately for a phone interview and to book an appointment for an interview in your local area. *Dependent on your location SHchester Cordant Group is an equal opportunities employer
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  • £25000 - £28000/annum FTC
JOB DESCRIPTION Job Title: Leasehold and Sales Officer (Staircasing) Department: Resident Services Responsible to: Head of Income and Service Improvement Responsible for: Customer contact regarding shared owners purchasing more shares in their homes. Assisting in all aspects of Leasehold, Sales and Property Management services Grade: Grade 5 Qualifications: Experience of Sales, Leasehold, Shared Ownership, and Property Management; Computer literate to intermediate level; Property Marketing and Presentation skills Date of Review: November 2018 Basic Level DBS Check This role has been assessed as requiring a Basic Level DBS Check as staff may come into contact with the Group’s residents or tenants. This level of check provides the Group with information regarding any unspent (current) convictions. 1. Purpose of the Job 1.1 To assist the Head of Income and Service Improvement in the achievement of the sections objectives to increase the number of customers buying more shares in their homes and to ensure the delivery of high-quality services to agreed standards in relation to all Low-Cost Home Ownership customers. 1.2 To contact all relevant customers, within the terms of the Financial Conduct Authority regulations, to give advice and information relating to the purchase of more shares in their homes. 2. Main Tasks 2.1 Provide an efficient and effective sales services to shared owners. 2.2 Interview and evaluate all relevant shared owners seeking to increase their home owner’s equity share and ensure they fully understand their rights and obligations. 2.3 Evaluate and take reasonable actions when assessing customers’ ability to enter increased financial commitments in accordance with the Associations policies and procedures. 2.4 Process legal and other documentation at various stages of the sales process and ensure that the comprehensive records are kept, and statistical returns are updated monthly. 2.5 Liaise with the various external agencies involved in the sales process e.g. solicitors, building societies, surveyors, valuers etc, to ensure that sales are completed in accordance with legal and other requirements as quickly as possible. 2.6 Support the Leasehold and Sales Manager in the promotion of the Group’s Low-Cost Home Ownership programme 3. Knowledge & Abilities 3.1 Have an understanding of Low-Cost Home Ownership initiatives, together with relevant sales and property marketing skills. 3.2 Have the knowledge and application of Welsh Government LCHO guidelines. 3.3 Have an understanding, knowledge and operational experience of leasehold management. 3.4 Have an understanding, knowledge of the Landlord and Tenant legislation together with Leasehold enactments together with operational experience. 4. Managing Others 4.1 Assist new or less experienced employees, or temporary staff, to become familiar with work methods and processes. 5. Working with Others 5.1 Liaise and advise with other departments/Group Members, clients and agencies on Sales, Leasehold, and similar services provided and undertaken by the Leasehold and Sales Section. 5.2 Co-ordinate and consult with finance staff in relation to potential sales. 5.3 Instruct solicitors, valuers, surveyors and similar professional companies or individuals, as appropriate, in relation to all aspects of the sales, (staircasing), services provided by the Leasehold and Sales Section 6. Problem Solving / Decision Making / Innovation 6.1 Resolve issues within established procedures and working practices. 6.2 Deal with and resolve complaints and disputes with shared owners or client in a prompt and efficient manner. 6.3 Recommend alternative resolutions to shared owners such as lease extensions. 6.4 Research, investigate and evaluate innovative mortgage opportunities. 6.5 Research, investigate and evaluate alternative Sales initiatives that could benefit the Group. 7. Use of Technology 7.1 Knowledge, understanding and application of Microsoft software applications – Outlook, Microsoft Project, Word, Excel, Access and PowerPoint 7.2 Knowledge, understanding and application of Housing Management and/ Information System software. 8. Budgets & Cash Handling 8.1 Manage any budget allocated to this post. 8.2 Be responsible for managing and handling of cheques and cash received/collected in relation to this post. 9. Unsocial Conditions / Special Circumstances 9.1 A flexible approach to the role is required which may include occasional evening and weekend working together with periodical meetings out of the area of operations which may require out of hours travelling and occasional overnight stay. 10. Group Core Responsibilities 10.1 Be responsible for establishing good working relationships both internally and externally. 10.2 Be responsible for the application of Health & Safety practices within the daily operations, sharing a common responsibility for Health & Safety across the Group. 10.3 Comply with the Group’s Risk Management Strategy, identifying and mitigating against risk. 10.4 Be responsible for the application of Equal Opportunity practices in accord with Group policy and procedures within daily operations. 10.5 Comply with Standing Orders and Group Policies and Procedures and make known to Senior Officers any areas which are not adequately covered or are defective. 10.6 Perform any other reasonable task as determined by the Manager, Director, Group Chief Executive, Group Deputy Chief Executive or Board of Management
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  • £26317 - £27905/annum
Leasehold and Sales Officer St Asaph 6 month contract £26,317 £27,905 pro rata (depending on skills and ability) The Role This is a fantastic opportunity for an established Leasehold and Sales Officer to join a reputable company who provide a wide range of housing and social care needs in the North Wales area. The ideal candidate will have a background in Leasehold and sales and ideally hold a qualification in housing such as CIH Level 3. Responsibilities * Provide a fantastic sales services to shared owners. * Interview and evaluate all relevant shared owners seeking to increase their home owner’s equity share and ensure they fully understand their rights and obligations. * Evaluate and take reasonable actions when assessing customers’ ability to enter increased financial commitments in accordance with the Associations policies and procedures. * Process legal and other documentation at various stages of the sales process and ensure that the comprehensive records are kept, and statistical returns are updated monthly. * Liaise with the various external agencies involved in the sales process e.g. solicitors, building societies, surveyors, valuers etc, to ensure that sales are completed in accordance with legal and other requirements as quickly as possible. * Support the Leasehold and Sales Manager in the promotion of the Group’s Low-Cost Home Ownership programme * Deal with and resolve complaints and disputes with shared owners or client in a prompt and efficient manner. * Recommend alternative resolutions to shared owners such as lease extensions. * Research, investigate and evaluate innovative mortgage opportunities. Candidate The successfully appointed Leasehold and Sales Officer will have the following skills and abilities: * A background in Leasehold and Sales is essential * The ability to form strong working relationships * Proficient with Microsoft applications * A qualification in housing such as CIH Level 3 * Experience in social housing (preferable but not essential) * The role will require a DBS check (once appointed in role) * Flexible approach to working hours is required The Package * £26,317 - £27,905 pro rata (depending on skills and ability) * 6 month contract * Free parking * The opportunity to work in a fantastic team * 37 hours per week (Monday – Friday) – some flexibility maybe required * 25 days holiday (plus bank holidays) – pro rata Our client The business employs over 600 staff and the organisation provides a wide range of Housing and Social Care needs in the North Wales area. The company encourages a positive working culture and have a number of key projects to deliver this year. This is an excellent opportunity for an experienced housing professional to join a friendly team for a 6 month period. To Apply Travail Employment Group is operating as an Employment Agency. Once you click to apply for this job, your application will be immediately received by Travail Employment Group. If your application is successful, a consultant will be in contact with you within the next 7 days. All candidates registering with Travail Employment Group will need to provide proof of identity, and evidence of any experience, training and qualifications our client considers necessary for this position. OR
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  • £20000 - £35008/annum
If you are a talented, dynamic and enthusiastic Modern Foreign Languages teacher with a passion to inspire and help children learn, then we would like to hear from you! We provide Secondary schools across Oxfordshire with good quality teachers for their supply needs and therefore we require qualified MFL teachers who are flexible and reliable to undertake a variety of supply roles. We can cater to your needs whether you want one day a week supply, part-time work or if you are looking for a full-time, long term role that can lead to a permanent position. Successful candidates will need to; - Posses Qualified Teacher Status (QTS) or be an NQT with a PGCE, GTP or Bachelor of Education specialising in Spanish, French, German, Portuguese and Italian - Have at least 6 months experience working within a UK based school - Have the ability to develop good relationships with pupils, parents, carers and colleagues - Have the ability to work in a team and also use your own initiative - Have the ability to manage classes and deal with challenging behaviour -Have excellent communication skills. All candidates who register with Simply Education will have 2 years referencing taken up and will be required to have an enhanced DBS check completed. All offers are conditional upon satisfactory background checks. You can also utilise the numerous benefits we offer which include; - Your very own dedicated consultant - A variety of daily, short and long term positions to suit your needs - Competitive rates of pay - No need for completion of time sheets - Email / SMS confirmation for all bookings - 75 reward scheme for each Teacher you introduce - Access to your own availability calendar via the Simply Education website where you can update your availability as and when required. Please contact Lauren Dixon at our Oxford office on (phone number removed) to register
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  • £39903/annum + bonus and relocation package
Primary Teacher (Key Stage 2) - The Falkland Islands Up to £39,903 per annum + bonus and relocation package Are you an experienced Primary Teacher looking to embark on a new adventure? Look no further! We are very pleased to be working on behalf of the Falklands Islands Government to appoint two new Primary Teachers to work within Key Stage 2 at the main Primary School located in the capital, Stanley. Both of these positions are to begin in March 2020 and will offer the right candidate the experience of a lifetime. The Falkland Islands is a British Overseas Territory, with a full internal self-government, it covers a land area of 4700 square miles (12,000 square kilometres) and a coastline estimated at 800 miles (1,300 km). The archipelago consists of two main islands: West Falkland and East Falkland, and about 776 small and very small islands, mostly uninhabited. The Falkland Islands are a small, thriving, self-sufficient community with a British way of life, benefiting from excellent local services, beautiful scenery and the glorious absence of traffic jams! The role Education on the Falkland Islands is unique. The Islands have a small population, with big ambitions. It will be your job to help turn these ambitions into reality. As a Primary Teacher, you will be appointed either the Year 4 or Year 5 class within the main Primary School site located in Stanley. Class sizes are small, with around 20 students per class and 320 students across the whole school. You will be responsible for delivery of the 2014 English National Curriculum, therefore the successful candidate should have extensive knowledge of planning and delivering across all areas. Your main responsibility will be to help your pupils achieve high levels of progress, in a happy and effective learning environment. You will possess an adventurous, dynamic and enthusiastic teaching style, with the commitment to differentiation and SEN inclusive practice to suit a range of abilities and needs. The FIG and the island will offer a warm welcome to the successful candidate (and their family!) with a generous relocation package and housing at a heavily discounted rate. The person Professionally, you will be a resilient and self-motivated individual, with qualified teacher status and extensive teaching experience within Key Stage 2. Interpersonal skills, confidence and teamwork are key to this role, as you will be working within a tight-knit team of other education professionals and will be required to liaise with external agencies and parents on a daily basis. Ideally, you will have a bold and infectious personality, and show willing to contribute to extra-curricular activities within the school community. Personally, you should have a sense of adventure, resilience and a love for the outdoors due to the rural nature of The Falkland Islands. The package & benefits * 2.5 to 3.5 year Fixed Term Contract, commencing in March 2020, with potential for extension by mutual agreement * Salary of up to £39,903 per annum - dependent on qualifications and experience * Reduced Tax rates * 25% gratuity allowance based on basic salary earned, paid at the end of the contract * A relocation package is available for the candidate, their partner and children * A flight allowance back to the UK for the candidate and all dependants * Government housing at a heavily discounted rate, and a starter pack to help you settle in Visit (url removed)/primary-falklands for more information The Falkland Islands Government has appointed Protocol to support the recruitment of this position and for an informal and confidential discussion about this role contact Protocol's Lauren Cartledge on (phone number removed). NO AGENCIES PLEASE, BECAUSE WE ARE ONE
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  • £20000 - £35008/annum
If you are a talented, dynamic and enthusiastic English teacher with a passion to inspire and help children learn, then we would like to hear from you! We provide Secondary schools across Oxfordshire with good quality teachers for their supply needs and therefore we require qualified English teachers who are flexible and reliable to undertake a variety of supply roles. We can cater to your needs whether you want one day a week supply, part-time work or if you are looking for a full-time, long term role that can lead to a permanent position. Successful candidates will need to; - Posses Qualified Teacher Status (QTS) or be an NQT with a PGCE, GTP or Bachelor of Education specialising in English - Have at least 6 months experience working within a UK based school - Have the ability to develop good relationships with pupils, parents, carers and colleagues - Have the ability to work in a team and also use your own initiative - Have the ability to manage classes and deal with challenging behaviour -Have excellent communication skills. All candidates who register with Simply Education will have 2 years referencing taken up and will be required to have an enhanced DBS check completed. All offers are conditional upon satisfactory background checks. You can also utilise the numerous benefits we offer which include; - Your very own dedicated consultant - A variety of daily, short and long term positions to suit your needs - Competitive rates of pay - No need for completion of time sheets - Email / SMS confirmation for all bookings - 75 reward scheme for each Teacher you introduce - Access to your own availability calendar via the Simply Education website where you can update your availability as and when required. Please contact Lauren Dixon at our Oxford office on (phone number removed) to register
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  • £39903/annum + bonus and relocation package
Primary Teacher (Settlement School) - The Falkland Islands £39,903 per annum + bonus and relocation package Are you a dynamic Primary Teacher with an adventurous side seeking a new challenge? Look no further! We are very pleased to be working on behalf of the Falklands Islands Government to appoint a new Primary Teacher to work within one of their settlement schools. This a truly exciting position and will offer the right candidate the experience of a lifetime. The Falkland Islands is a British Overseas Territory, with a full internal self-government, it covers a land area of 4700 square miles (12,000 square kilometres) and a coastline estimated at 800 miles (1,300 km). The archipelago consists of two main islands: West Falkland and East Falkland, and about 776 small and very small islands, mostly uninhabited. The Falkland Islands are a small, thriving, self-sufficient community with a British way of life, benefiting from excellent local services, beautiful scenery and the glorious absence of traffic jams! The role Education on the Falkland Islands is unique. The Island's have a small population, with big ambitions. It will be your job to help turn these ambitions into reality. As a Primary Settlement Teacher, you will be appointed as sole teacher within one of three settlement schools located in rural Falkland Islands. These schools are attend by primary aged students, who live too far away to attend the larger Primary School on the Island. Class sizes are small, with around 3-10 pupils per school. You will be responsible for delivery of the 2014 English National Curriculum and EYFS Framework, therefore the successful candidate should have extensive knowledge across all areas of primary education. Your main role will be to help your pupils achieve high levels of progress, in a happy and effective learning environment. You will possess an adventurous, dynamic and enthusiastic teaching style, with the commitment to differentiation and SEN inclusive practice to suit a range of abilities and needs. The FIG and the island will offer a warm welcome to the successful candidate (and their family!) with a generous relocation package and housing at a heavily discounted rate. The person Professionally, you will be a resilient and self-motivated individual, with qualified teacher status and extensive teaching experience. Experience across all areas of primary education, the 2014 English Curriculum and EYFS Statutory Framework are essential for this position. Interpersonal skills and confidence are key to this role, as you will be working at a distance from the main Primary School site and will be required to liaise with external agencies and parents. Ideally, you will have a bold and infectious personality, and show willing to contribute to extra-curricular activities within the rural location. Personally, you should have a sense of adventure, resilience and a love for the outdoors due to the remote and rural nature of this position. The package & benefits * 2 to 4 Years Fixed Term Contract, with potential for extension by mutual agreement * Salary of £39,903 per annum - dependent on qualifications and experience * Reduced Tax rates * 25% gratuity and a 5% remote allowance based on basic salary earned, paid at the end of the contract * A relocation package is available for the candidate, their spouse and children * A flight allowance back to the UK for the candidate and all dependants * Government housing at a heavily discounted rate, and a starter pack to help you settle in Visit (url removed)/settlement-falklands for more information The Falkland Islands Government has appointed Protocol to support the recruitment of this position and for an informal and confidential discussion about this role contact Protocol's Lauren Cartledge (phone number removed) NO AGENCIES PLEASE, BECAUSE WE ARE ONE
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Structures Agent required in North Wales. Duties will include supervision and delivery of FRC Works on a water project. All applicants MUST hold valid RTW (Right to Work in the UK), have checkable references for delivery of FRC structures and a valid CSCS Card. To apply contact - Chris Taylor Search Consultancy Ltd Search is an equal opportunities recruiter and we welcome applications from all suitably skilled or qualified applicants, regardless of their race, sex, disability, religion/beliefs, sexual orientation or age
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Site Engineer required in North Wales. Duties will include setting out for FRC Works on a water project. All applicants MUST hold valid RTW (Right to Work in the UK), have checkable references for setting out on FRC structures and a valid CSCS Card. To apply contact - Chris Taylor Search Consultancy Ltd Search is an equal opportunities recruiter and we welcome applications from all suitably skilled or qualified applicants, regardless of their race, sex, disability, religion/beliefs, sexual orientation or age
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  • £100 - £125/day
Are you a KS1 Teacher ready to take on a exciting new position in September 2019? Can you be the person that encourages school children to respect one another and take an active part in the school community? We have a variety of Primary School's in the Denbighshire area currently looking for KS1 Teacher's to join their schools, supporting students aged 4-11 in their academic and social development. The schools prioritise individuality, embracing difference and ensuring that all children are listened to and valued. Benefits of working with Randstad as a teacher: - Competitive daily rates of pay - Dedicated consultant - Only ever a phone call away - Refer a friend scheme - £300 for each referral * t&c apply - Long-term or ongoing bookings - We can even get you a permanent role - Monthly incentives - Teacher of the month The ideal Teacher will need to have: - Qualified teacher status - QTS - Experience of working with key stage 1 and 2 curriculum - Excellent classroom practice - Extensive behaviour management skills - Professional and positive attitude The role's responsibilities include: - Teaching in KS1 - To provide engaging and interactive lessons - Planning and preparation to deliver lessons - Ensure you leave the classroom in a tidy state We expect a vast amount of candidates to apply for this role and we do not want you to miss out on this fantastic opportunity that we have to offer. Your next role could be a click away. Don't delay - apply now with an up to date CV and the relevant Consultant will be in touch. Alternatively, please submit your details to us at
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