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  • £105 - £140/hour
Year 6 Teacher needed to work with groups of Year 7 & Year 8 Students Aspire People are URGENTLY looking for 2 Teachers who have experience of teaching the Year 6 curriculum. A secondary school in the centre of Town (Birmingham) are in need of 2 teachers to work with groups of lower level Yr7 & 8 students. You will mainly be teaching booster classes around Maths & English. These roles will be starting ASAP and will be temp to perm positions. Please apply and attach your CV and we will be in touch. Or contact Sean directly on 07947292727 Aspire People Limited provides services as an Education Agency and an Education Employment Business. Aspire People is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of pupils and expects every candidate to share this commitment. Placements are subject, to appropriate Child Protection screening, including checks with former employers and the Disclosure and Barring Checks
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My market leading pharmaceutical client in West Wales are looking to recruit a Validation Engineer on a 3-month contract to join their ongoing project immediately. You will be working on writing and executing vendor protocols and qualifying equipment. Experience required- · Pharmaceutical validation experience · Experience qualifying equipment- IQ, OQ, PQ Hourly / daily rates are negotiable for the right individual, working a minimum 40 hour week. If you are interested in this role please email with an updated CV, minimum required hourly rate and availability to start. g2 Recruitment are committed to equality of opportunity for all applications from individuals are encouraged regardless of age, disability, sex, gender reassignment, sexual orientation, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion or belief and marriage and civil partnerships or any other characteristic protected by law
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  • £320000 - £500000/annum
Simply Education are now recruiting for a lovely new school in Wokingham, the school are now recruiting for a key stage 1 Assistant Head Teacher, Salary: Leadership Group Pay Range (London Fringe) Dates: Apply by 31st October 2018 Job start: January 2019 Location:  Wokingham Contract type: Full Time Contract term: Permanent Reports to: The Headteacher Job Description – Main Responsibilities  To teach at a consistently outstanding level.  To provide a highly stimulating classroom environment that supports children to flourish.  Role modelling of Floreat’s core values of curiosity, honesty, perseverance, and service to others.  Management of effective external relationships and communications with parents, teachers and the wider community.  Delegation of responsibilities across senior leaders and staff.  Working with the Headteacher to instil the culture of high expectations for behaviour and achievement of all pupils.  Effective use of data to report outcomes and plan effective interventions.  Communication with Floreat staff to secure robust and efficient operational systems for the school. JOB DESCRIPTION – TEACHING & LEARNING  Plan and prepare highly effective lessons and learning experiences.  Teach engaging and effective lessons that motivate, inspire and develop pupils’ knowledge and character strengths.  Use assessment very effectively, setting targets for pupils, monitoring progress and rapidly closing any gaps in attainment.  Ensure that all students achieve nationally expected outcomes and that any with diagnosed SEND make outstanding progress.  Communicate very effectively with parents, including termly reports so that they can support learning outside of school.  Deliver family learning programmes that equip parents to take learning forward in all areas of the curriculum.  Direct additional adults so that they add significant value to learning outcomes.  Implement and adhere to Floreat’s safeguarding policies, ensuring the health and well-being of pupils is maintained at all time.  JOB DESCRIPTION – WHOLE SCHOOL & WIDER FLOREAT ROLES  Role model Floreat’s core virtues: curiosity, honesty, perseverance, and service to others.  Contribute to the development and implementation of policies, practices and procedures.  Help develop a culture and ethos that is committed to high academic achievement and the development of good character.  Engage in the school's appraisal system and professional development programme.  Help support Floreat's family of schools across the Trust.  Undertake other duties as directed by the Headteacher or CEO.  VIRTUES  Proven ability to teach at an outstanding level, including assessment and feedback.  Proven ability to manage pupils in positive ways, maintaining a 'Calm School' and modelling dignity in every situation.  Proven ability to lead your class with courage and integrity, basing decisions on securing the best outcomes for every child.  Commitment to modelling Floreat's character virtues in order to grow these across the school community.  Exceptional organisational skills including time management.  Approach every school day with a sense of dedicated service to the children and families of Floreat Montague Park Primary School. QUALIFICATIONS & EXPERIENCE  Qualified to degree level or higher  Qualified to teach and work in the UK. OTHER  Commitment to equality of opportunity and safeguarding and welfare of all pupils  This post is subject to an enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service check  If this sounds like the role for you then please send your CV today to (url removed) or call the Berkshire branch on (Apply online only)
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  • £220000 - £350000/annum
Early Years Teacher needed for daily supply and short term roles this term. The schools in question have many good features and is effective in providing its pupils with high quality teaching to ensure they achieve. They are seeking to appoint an enthusiastic and passionate Early Years Teacher who will promote the values, caring ethos and vision of the school. You will need to have high expectations for pupils with a wide range of ability and experiences. The successful candidate will need a good understanding of the Early years framework and British National Curriculum and hold high expectations for the learning, behaviour and well-being of all pupils. Ideally you will be committed to working as part of a team and developing links with the wider community. Up to date with current educational thinking and practice, you will be able to produce a stimulating and fun classroom environment using a range of teaching materials and methods. we are looking for someone adaptable, resourceful, hardworking and with a good sense of humour. The school is committed to working within a strong team ethos and so works hard to foster an environment which promotes inclusion and equality. To be a successful candidate you will need to; -Be a Qualified Teacher holding QTS with a PGCE, GTP or Bachelor of education. -Have knowledge of the EYFS, KS1 or KS2 Curriculum -At least 1 years hands on experience within the UK -Have excellent team working skills -Have strong classroom management skills -Be able to communicate confidently with pupils and parents alike All candidates who register with Simply Education will be required to have an enhanced DBS which is on the update service. All candidates are required to complete a Safeguarding course, or provide a certificate dated within the last three years. All offers are conditional upon satisfactory background checks. The key benefits for working with Simply Education are; - Your own dedicated Primary school consultant - A variety of daily and long-term positions to suit your needs - 24/7 access to your dedicated consultant via phone - Minimal administration (no time sheets) - Email and SMS verification of bookings - Online diary of bookings, school directions - £75 referral scheme - Access to our unique Educational Development Managers What you need to do now If you're interested in this role, please click 'apply now' to forward an up-to-date copy of your CV or please call Holly Surey on (Apply online only) If this job isn't quite right for you but you are looking for a new job in education, please still contact your local Berkshire office for a confidential discussion on your career and different opportunities that are available
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My market leading pharmaceutical client in Hertfordshire are looking to recruit an Automation Engineer on a 6-month contract to join their ongoing project immediately. You will be assisting them with legacy systems support (SCADA) and also upgrading their systems to Siemens PC S7. Experience required- · SCADA systems knowledge · Siemens S7 / PCS7 · Pharmaceutical GMP experience Hourly / daily rates are negotiable for the right individual, working a minimum 40 hour week. If you are interested in this role please email with an updated CV, minimum required hourly rate and availability to start. g2 Recruitment are committed to equality of opportunity for all applications from individuals are encouraged regardless of age, disability, sex, gender reassignment, sexual orientation, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion or belief and marriage and civil partnerships or any other characteristic protected by law
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Interim Director of Children's Social Care West London £(Apply online only) Daily Rate (Inside IR35) 6-12 Month Contract (Full-Time, 4 days per week minimum) I am working with a client in West London who are seeking an interim Director of Children's Social Care to replace the outgoing Director. This post will be required full-time (4-5 days per week) to hold statutory responsibilities for the following management team (4 direct reports) and services: AD of Education AD of Children's Social Care AD Early Help AD Health Provision (section 75) £10s million budget Low average caseloads per social worker Low number of LAC cases Approx 800 CIN Stable number of CP plans Social care area is relative strong and stable, although pressures around UASC, SEN transport (not major) 15% vacancy rate - recruitment and retention is really good Early Help is good, but efficiency savings required in 2019 Key area of focus is SEND and High Needs budgets The post holder will be required to start in November 2018, with interviews scheduled NEXT WEEK. For more information, please contact James Eddison to discuss in more detail
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Interim Director of Children's Social Care West London £(Apply online only) Daily Rate (Inside IR35) 6-12 Month Contract (Full-Time, 4 days per week minimum) I am working with a client in West London who are seeking an interim Director of Children's Social Care to replace the outgoing Director. This post will be required full-time (4-5 days per week) to hold statutory responsibilities for the following management team (4 direct reports) and services: AD of Education AD of Children's Social Care AD Early Help AD Health Provision (section 75) £10s million budget Low average caseloads per social worker Low number of LAC cases Approx 800 CIN Stable number of CP plans Social care area is relative strong and stable, although pressures around UASC, SEN transport (not major) 15% vacancy rate - recruitment and retention is really good Early Help is good, but efficiency savings required in 2019 Key area of focus is SEND and High Needs budgets The post holder will be required to start in November 2018, with interviews scheduled NEXT WEEK. For more information, please contact James Eddison to discuss in more detail
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  • £200 - £250/hour
Interim SEN Case Officer London Local Government My Client in London are looking to appoint a Special Educational Needs Officer on an Interim basis to support the team to coordinate outcomes for children with Special Educational Needs. You will be responsible for the provision of a caseload of children with SEN in accordance with their Educational Health Care (EHC) plans. Also dealing with transfers from statements. You will work towards key deliverables within statutory deadlines, ultimately adhering to statutory legislation such as SEN Code of Practice (2001) and Children and Families Acts (2014). During this role you will frequently liaise with internal and external professionals such as Headteachers and carers while also attending annual meeting reviews. Day to Day responsibilities: - Contribute to the day to day function of the Assessment and Review Service - Manage large case-load of complex cases and new assessments - Managing work flow, co-production of parents expert knowledge of best practice - Draft new assessments and attend annual review meetings Start date: ASAP - 2 months with possibility to extend thereafter If you meet the above criteria and would like to apply for this role, please email your updated CV or call on (Apply online only). Alternatively, if this role is more relevant to a friend or colleague, please know that we offer a senior referral scheme upon the successful placement of the candidate, so it's worthwhile getting in contact
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  • £800 - £1000/day
Ford & Stanley – The Rail Recruitment Experts have partnered up with a market leading and global rail business in the Midlands whom, after an influx in orders over the last 2 years need a Project Director to bring several underperforming key projects back on track. The projects are being delivered both from the UK and in India and therefore experience of working in a multicultural environment would be an advantage but in short, they require someone who is driven and who will not be afraid to “get stuck in” The person will need to be a “heavy hitter” and be well versed with the rail industry, ideally in the respect of new technologies such as ERTMS, TCMS, Wi-Fi & ETCS and have proven experience of problem solving, managing multiple stakeholders and the management and delivery of large railway vehicle enhancement or manufacturing projects. Responsibilities * 20% of the role will include functional duties involving the projects core team and will include, being responsible for the project schedules, customer interface, project risks, project launch and change management. It will also include being the primary interface to the divisional PMO. * 40% of the role will be leadership duties over the projects core teams and will include being directive in relation to project execution and will involve objective setting for all team members. You will be responsible for securing all the support required from the various functions in the team to drive the projects forward and be motivational to ensure you are getting the best out of your colleagues. * 10% of the role will be the allocation of work packages and delegating to other key members of the team to optimise the project delivery timescales and to communicate with the other project managers to ensure collaboration of ideas and methods to improve effectiveness. * 30% of the role will be acting as the portfolio manager and to manage all contracts that you are responsible for to deliver scope as contracted and within budget/timelines. Ensure all delivery plans are aligned with the various teams, including requirements management, TCMS and Train test teams. Drive planning with all project managers and ensure the implementation of the strategy to align with the culture and capability within the portfolio. Qualifications and Experience Required * High level project management experience, ideally in the rail/rolling stock industry. * Experience of stakeholder management and client relationship management with multiple customers at any one time. * Proven Leadership Experience. * Experience of working with international contacts. * Ideally some experience of new technologies in the rail sector such as onboard/train borne technologies. * Commercial astuteness when it comes to delivering projects on time, to budget and ensuring commitments and expectations are defined, managed and met through delivery. Possible job titles Project Manager, Programme Manager, Project Director, Delivery Director, Programme Delivery Director Closing Date 28th October 2018
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  • £250000 - £350000/annum
Are you still seeking a new opportunity? My client is currently seeking for a Nursery Manager to join a well-established nursery. This nursery is based within commutable distance from Canary Wharf and are interviewing now! This nursery is open 51 weeks per year and, based on 40 hours per week, there is rotating shift pattern within the opening hours of 8:00 18:00, Mon-Fri. About the Nursery: • In-house kitchen to consistently provide fresh food • Secure playground and natural adventure area • Registered capacity: 60 children • Ofsted graded Good' Nursery • Opening Hours: Mon-Fri 08:00 18:00 • Easily accessible by road and excellent transport links. The Role Nursery Manager • Working as part of the management team providing professional leadership and management; • Overseeing all rooms and effectively managing the staff team; • Ensuring all children receive the highest standards of care and education; • Ensuring compliance with all regulatory requirements and maintaining positive working relationships with staff, parents and carers; • Ensuring staff are supported in their roles through the managers capable leadership and doing regular peer on peers, supervisions and appraisals; • Assist the Director in setting and implementing objectives for policies for the Nursery within the framework of the management committee. • In conjunction with the Director, to formulate, operate and evaluate a yearly programme of activities, following the guidelines of the EYFS, that is suitable to the age range of children. • Identify the physical, emotional, intellectual and developmental needs of children with special needs and offer support and relevant developmental opportunities. • Liase with and support parents/carers and other family members. • Liase with the Local authority and other professionals associated with the Nursery Required skills Nursery Manager • NVQ Level 3 Qualification in Childcare or equivalent. • At least 2 years' experience of working within a childcare setting. • Experience as a Deputy Manager or a similar role in an Early Years Setting • Knowledge of the EYFS Desired skills (non-essential) | Deputy Nursery Manager • Strong communication and organisational skills • Commitment to further personal and professional development If you are interested in this opportunity and seeking a fantastic new challenge, please apply now Protocol Education are a UK-wide agency that recruits for short-term, long-term and permanent roles in Education, including Nursery, Primary, Secondary and SEN Teachers, Teaching Assistants, Headteachers, Nursery Nurses, Nursery Management and many more. If you are looking for a new opportunity and this is not the right role for you, please contact us for a conversation about your career Please note: We undertake safeguarding checks on all our workers in accordance with the DfE statutory guidance 'Keeping Children Safe in Education'. As part of these checks, we require a current Enhanced DBS Disclosure for everyone working in schools. If you do not have a valid subscription to the DBS Update Service, we will require you to complete a new DBS application as part of the registration process, at a cost of £44.00
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