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To effectively deliver a supported living package based upon structured key work sessions to vulnerable young people aged 16 – 18.
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To effectively deliver a supported living package based upon structured key work sessions to vulnerable young people aged 16 – 18.
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  • £200 - £400/day Outside IR35
Datacentre Engineer (Cabling) – Liverpool – Outside IR35 This is an immediate requirement and can only consider candidates who are immediately available An experienced Cabling Engineer / Datacentre Engineer / DC Engineer is sought for a short-term role with a client client based in the Liverpool area. The client is currently undergoing several projects to improve their DC and need extra support to get the projects completed. To be considered for the role you must be able to demonstrate: -          Previous experience as a Data Centre Engineer – Wracking & Stacking / Cabling -          Experience of providing day-to-day BAU support on DC issues -          Assess and complete patching / de-patching requests as well as other cabling tasks To discuss this exciting opportunity in more detail, please APPLY NOW for a no obligation chat with your VIQU Consultant. Additionally, you can contact Matt Hudson, by exploring the VIQU IT Recruitment website. If you know someone who would be ideal for this role, by way of showing our appreciation, VIQU is offering an introduction fee up to £1,000 once your referral has successfully started work with our client (terms apply). To be the first to hear about other exciting opportunities, technology and recruitment news, please also follow us at ‘VIQU IT Recruitment’ on LinkedIn, and Twitter: @VIQU_UK
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GROUNDWORKERS REQUIRED IN MERSEYSIDE FOR IMEDIATE START. DO NOT APPLY IF YOU ARE NOT A GROUNDWORKER. GOOD RATES FOR THE RIGHT PEOPLE.
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  • £200 - £400/day
O365 Engineer – Liverpool – Outside IR35 This is an immediate requirement and can only consider candidates who are immediately available An experienced O365 Administrator / O365 Engineer / O365 Consultant is sought for a short-term role with a client client based in the Liverpool area. The client is currently undergoing several projects to improve their estate with O365 being a focus – they currently have multiple domains active and need someone to identify redundant domains and close these off as a main focus. To be considered for the role you must be able to demonstrate: -          Previous experience as an O365 Engineer -          Experience of administration / closing domains to simplify estate -          Good Active Directory experience -          Excellent written, documentation, and verbal communication skills -          Excellent knowledge of MS Active Directory, DNS, DHCP and other traditional infrastructure services To discuss this exciting opportunity in more detail, please APPLY NOW for a no obligation chat with your VIQU Consultant. Additionally, you can contact Matt Hudson, by exploring the VIQU IT Recruitment website. If you know someone who would be ideal for this role, by way of showing our appreciation, VIQU is offering an introduction fee up to £1,000 once your referral has successfully started work with our client (terms apply). To be the first to hear about other exciting opportunities, technology and recruitment news, please also follow us at ‘VIQU IT Recruitment’ on LinkedIn, and Twitter: @VIQU_UK
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  • £80 - £105/day
Are you an NQT based in Merseyside? Are you a committed and dedicated NQT? Are you looking for a new challenge in a supportive and progressive school? TeacherActive are looking to recruit NQT’s to join our supply team based in Merseyside to enrich the learning and development of students in our fantastic partner schools. If you are looking to gain invaluable experience to further your teaching or a position to complete your NQT year this is a fantastic opportunity. We are looking for teachers who are enthusiastic, driven and professional to work in various roles; from daily bookings to long term placements. Teachers applying for these roles must be able to create engaging and innovative lesson plans, demonstrate effective teaching practices and strong behaviour management skills. As a member of the TeacherActive supply team, you should expect to enjoy the following benefits: Market leading rates of pay A dedicated team of consultants with an in-depth knowledge of our industry The opportunity to make a genuine difference Free career and recruitment advice TeacherActive Referral Scheme - gifts that are worth up to the price of £100, received when you refer new teaching staff who then work 10 days or more via TeacherActive To apply, please contact Vic on (phone number removed) or E-mail your CV (url removed) All applicants will be contacted to discuss suitability and then invited to register with TeacherActive. Registration involves an enhanced DBS check, ID checks and will require you to supply good professional references. We pride ourselves on excellent service. We can provide a wide range of opportunities in schools and other educational institutions, with good rates of pay, at times to suit your needs. Regular external audits have shown repeatedly that our standards are exceptional. We are passionate about finding the right staff for each environment. TeacherActive is an equal opportunities employer, and operates as an Employment Business in providing temporary or contract job-seeking services
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Ashberry are recruiting for a Lettings Lead in the Merseyside area.  This is a full time, 12 month contract. The primary purpose of the role is to establish a successful lettings management function that provides optimal outcomes for the organisations clients, social and private landlords, and the communities in which the organisation is operating.    To ensure maximum availability of properties for the organisation through partnership working with social and private landlords across the Liverpool City Region. Key responsibilities include: - To work strategically with Housing Associations across the Liverpool City Region (LCR) to ensure commitment to Housing First is realised into the provision of properties for Housing First tenants. - To present on the progress of Housing First Housing Supply to senior stakeholders across LCR, including Housing Associations Chief Executives, elected members and senior management at LCRCA. - To work with Housing First Clients, Housing First Support Workers, and Allocations managers across the LCR, to identify available properties for Housing First, ensuring that choice central to this process. - To proactively work to ensure homes identified for Housing First clients are appropriately furnished, including furniture, electronic and white goods and sustainable supply routes for such are established. - To proactively engage with furniture, electronic, and white good suppliers to carve efficient and effective contracts and supply partnerships are established. - To, where required, provide one-to-one support and advocacy to Housing First support workers, tenants and landlords as tenancies are established. - To identify barriers to accessing properties for Housing First, and collaboratively work across the Housing Associations, and other appropriate organisations to find rapid solutions to these issues. - To work collaboratively with Housing Associations staff across LCR to ensure Housing First tenants and their support workers are maximising opportunities afforded to them by being a tenant of that Housing Association. - To ensure that monitoring is in place which provides Housing First Project with up to date performance on housing supply and access. - To accurately record and update appropriate client files with information and decisions made. - To advocate for Housing First tenants, and the provision of housing throughout the LCR. - To deal with enquiries from Housing First tenants, and support workers, on a day to day basis, during the Test and Learn phase of the project. - To complete further duties to meet the needs of the project when identified. Experience is essential
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  • £26105 - £27865/annum plus weekend allowance
Ashberry are recruiting for a support worker in the Merseyside area for a short term contract that might lead to a permanent role. The primary role of the post is to provide flexible, open-ended packages of support, advice and assistance to people who are/have been living on the streets, so that they are able to access and maintain a safe and secure home of their own, in line with the organisations principles. You will work as part of a small, dynamic team including a senior support worker who will provide supervision and support. Key responsibilities include: - Deliver high quality person-centered support in line with the organisations principles including: - Establish open and trusting relationships with people who are/have been living on the streets or in temporary/insecure accommodation. - Supporting service users to achieve their goals and outcomes through intensive case management - Enable service users to access community resources, and offer personal/ emotional support - Provide a safe, welcoming environment for people accessing services - Develop an enabling partnership approach that supports all people using the service to attain their rights and entitlement - Actively participate in achieving defined outcomes for service users - Actively identify the strengths and aspirations of service users and enable the access to relevant opportunities and/or services. - Be responsible for the identification of risks and be able to demonstrate you are managing the risks for yourself, colleagues and service user being supported - Promote service user led service delivery, and encourage service users to contribute to the continuous improvement of the service - To collate a defined range of information relating to the service user’s progress to support evaluation of the approach - Build relationships with landlords and other agencies with a view to improving the quality of wrap around support services and improve the long term sustainability of outcomes. - Record and monitor progress of each service user; regularly review the support contract - Implement existing policies and procedures and to input into the development of new policies and procedures. - Contribute to regular reports on the service as required - Provide temporary cover for colleagues as required. - Participate in a rota system of shift duties,  to ensure that service delivery is maintained in a consistent way, in the evenings, at weekends and on Bank Holidays Experience is essential
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  • £57 - £65/day
Nursery Nurse Are you an enthusiastic Nursery Nurse who would like the opportunity to join a friendly team at a 50 place nursery in Liverpool? Do you wish to work in an environment where you will feel valued, motivated and respected? Are you reliable, honest, hardworking and fun to be with? A full time/part time Nursery Nurse position is now available at a welcoming nursery school in Liverpool. You must be at least level 3 qualified and be able to work using your own initiative. You must have a sound knowledge of the EYFS and Child Protection/Safeguarding procedure and enjoy working with children. Successful applicants will be required to complete an enhanced DBS disclosure and provide at least 2 references. TeacherActive will offer the successful Nursery Nurse: A dedicated one to one Consultant amongst a team of friendly Consultants who will work hard to find the perfect role for you Market leading rates of pay with fuss free payments Fantastic recommend a friend scheme, with a choice of amazing gifts! *Terms and Conditions apply* All of our supply staff are paid on a PAYE basis, so you can rest assured that you’re paying the right level of Tax and National Insurance and there’s no messing around with admin charges coming out of your hard earned cash. If you are looking to work with children in an environment that you will be supported and appreciated, then why not get in touch with Natalie on (phone number removed). Alternatively you can send your CV to (url removed). All applicants will be contacted to discuss suitability and then invited to register with TeacherActive. Registration involves an enhanced DBS check, ID checks and will require you to supply good professional references. We pride ourselves on excellent service. We can provide a wide range of opportunities in schools and other educational institutions, with good rates of pay, at times to suit your needs. Regular external audits have shown repeatedly that our standards are exceptional. We are passionate about finding the right staff for each environment. TeacherActive is an equal opportunities employer, and operates as an Employment Business in providing temporary or contract job-seeking services
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  • £28977 - £34918/annum plus on-call allowance
Ashberry are recruiting for a Senior Support Worker in the Merseyside area on a short term contract that might lead to a permanent role. The primary purpose of the role is to a lead a small, dynamic team providing flexible, open-ended packages of support, advice and assistance to people who are/have been living on the streets, so that they are able to access and maintain a safe and secure home of their own, in line with the organisations principles. Key responsibilities include: - Providing an appropriate level of support and guidance to the staff team to ensure the well-being of staff participants - Undertake the management of a team setting up and delivering a frontline service - Deliver high quality person-centered support in line with the organisations principles including: - Establish open and trusting relationships with people who are/have been living on the streets or in temporary/insecure accommodation. - Supporting service users to achieve their goals and outcomes through intensive case management - Enable service users to access community resources, and offer personal/ emotional support - Provide a safe, welcoming environment for people accessing services - Develop an enabling partnership approach that supports all people using the service to attain their rights and entitlement - Actively participate in achieving defined outcomes for service users - Actively identify the strengths and aspirations of service users and enable the access to relevant opportunities and/or services. - Prioritise and select participants for the service, using a range of data sources - Be responsible for the current of your area of responsibility and be able to demonstrate you are managing the risks. - Promote service user led service delivery, and encourage service users to contribute to the continuous improvement of the service - To collate a defined range of information relating to the service user’s progress to support evaluation of the approach - Build relationships with landlords and other agencies with a view to improving the quality of wrap around support services and improve the long term sustainability of outcomes. - Build and maintain networks with other agencies to ensure the services are promoted in other authorities and organisation across the Liverpool City Region. - Record and monitor progress of each service user; regularly review the support contract - Implement existing policies and procedures and to input into the development of new policies and procedures. - Contribute to regular reports on the service as required - Provide temporary cover for colleagues as required. - Participate in a rota system of shift duties, to ensure that service delivery is maintained in a consistent way, in the evenings, at weekends and on Bank Holidays Experience is essential
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