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Teaching Assistant – Year 5 - Birmingham We are seeking the services of a creative, energetic and highly motivated graduate to work as a Teaching Assistant in a Year 5 class for the remainder of the academic year. If you are keen to start a career in education then this role will be the perfect start for you. *** Primary School Teaching Assistant *** Year 5 *** OFSTED rated 'Good' Birmingham Primary School *** Inner City Birmingham *** £60 - £65 per day *** Ideal for aspiring primary teachers to gain classroom experience We are seeking an energetic teaching assistant who has a second-class degree at the very least and experience working with primary aged children in some capacity. The school want graduates with a 'can do attitude' who can utilise their adaptable communication skills and drive pupils to achieve their very best. You should have the confidence to be able to build strong and lasting relationships and a natural ability to communicate in a clear and concise manner. In this teaching assistant position, you will be supporting in Year 5. Your duties will include helping teachers devise lesson plans that account for the individual requirements of all pupils in the class. This Teaching Assistant position involves contributing to the planning and participation of the extensive range of after school clubs available to the pupils. This school is known throughout the area because of its superb approach and history of hard-work and success. Thanks to its popularity, it now finds itself very oversubscribed. Apply for this incredible Teaching Assistant opportunity in Birmingham today and take the first step towards achieving and exceeding your career goals. Get your CV over to Neil Poole at EduStaff by clicking ‘apply’ now. Please note: due to the volume of applications, only successful applicants will be contacted
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Primary Teaching Assistant - Birmingham If you are a passionate graduate looking to utilise your academic talents and help pupils overcome learning barriers, this Primary Teaching Assistant position at a happy primary school in Birmingham is for you. ***Primary Teaching Assistant ***University Graduates required ***2:1 or above required Hons degree required ***Numeracy and Literacy support required ***High achieving graduates required ***£60 - £65 per day You must be a highly enthusiastic graduate who has achieved a 2:1 or above in your degree and has the ability to motivate and encourage your pupils. The Headteacher is looking for aspiring role models. This Primary Teaching Assistant role involves you assisting with numeracy and literacy support throughout Key Stage 2 and you will be carrying out your duties under the supportive and experienced SENCo. This well supported primary school is found in Birmingham and is highly regarded across all aspects, making it one of the most popular in the area. As a hub of activity and learning for the local community the school is more than just a centre for education but exists as a rallying point for the children and families of the area. If you can't wait to combine your academic talents with your passion for education, apply for this Primary Teaching Assistant role at this well supported primary school in Birmingham today! Click 'Apply Now' and send your CV and covering letter to Neil Poole at EduStaff. Please note: due to the volume of applications, only successful applicants will be contacted
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Maths Teaching Assistant – GCSE Support If you are a motivated graduate who wants to help pupils through their GCSEs, this Maths Teaching Assistant role is for you. ***Maths Teaching Assistant – GCSE Support ***Maths or a related subject graduate required ***Birmingham Secondary School ***£55 - £60 per day ***Ideal role for future teachers ***Pre- Teacher Training This position would suit an inspirational maths teaching assistant who has a long history of academic success that includes a 2:2 or better in your degree and already spent time in a role where you worked closely with children. You will be a graduate who can use your friendly personality to develop strong working relationships with your colleagues, quickly becoming a popular member within this school community. As a teaching assistant you will be supporting GCSE pupils either individually or in small groups. You will be monitoring pupils progress and relaying this back to the class teacher. The class teacher will expect you to assist with devising lesson plans which meet the requirements of the curriculum whilst addressing the individual needs of all pupils. This is a fantastic opportunity for you to shape the lives of young maths students in Birmingham. Send your CV to Neil Poole at EduStaff by clicking ‘Apply now’.. Please note: due to the volume of applications, only successful applicants will be contacted
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Lower Key Stage 2 Teaching Assistant - Birmingham A primary academy in Birmingham have approached EduStaff to help with the recruitment of a graduate teaching assistant in their Year 3 class. EduStaff specialise in supporting graduates who are looking at starting a career in education. Is that you? If you hold a 2:1 or above Hons degree combined with the burning desire to help make a difference in the classroom, then we want to hear from you. ***Graduate Teaching Assistant ***Birmingham Primary Academy – West Birmingham ***Rated 'Good' by OFSTED ***Full-time role – 5 days per week – November - July ***£60 - £65 per day You will need to be a highly motivated graduate Teaching Assistant who has earned a 2:1 degree or better and worked with children in either a volunteer or paid role. The school requires a graduate who has a strong ambition to start a career in education and want to make a positive difference to the lives of children in the classroom. At this Primary Academy in Birmingham, as a Teaching Assistant you will be working specifically with a Year 3 class, providing one to one and small group support both inside and outside of the classroom. You will have the chance to lead individual sessions with particularly gifted or challenging pupils and help to run smaller 'booster' groups. The school has utilised graduates to great effect in the last two years and all have gone onto successful PGCEs, so you could be next. This well supported primary school is found in Birmingham and is considered to be a cornerstone of the local community, this school is often the host of a multitude of events and activities. Ofsted, in investigating the school, found exciting potential built upon a base of a committed and conscientious approach and excellent teaching standards; it awarded a 'Good' rating. If you feel this could be the role for you then do not delay, apply today! Click ‘apply’ and send your CV to Neil Poole at EduStaff immediately! Please note: due to the volume of applications, only successful applicants will be contacted
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Location: Bournville, Birmingham We are currently looking for an experienced resourcing/talent professional to join us in an exciting period for Talent Acquisition at Serco. About the role You will take responsibility for delivering a full end to end recruitment service to the business, from role identification through to candidate starting in the business by proactively planning, attraction, sourcing, whilst maintaing a pipeline of existing and potential candidates to meet the variable business requirements. You will also works with business leaders to understand specific workforce plans to proactivley understand recruitment requirements. Then translate into a series of market requirements and identify different channels to attract Develop and maintain deep knowledge of your business area through active working relationships with business units and leadership team conducting effective, strategic conversations with hiring managers. An indepth knowledge of recruitment technology/applicant tracking systems (successfactors desireable) and can guide the hiring manager in using the system, and actively identifies improvements to the hiring process and customer experience. Finally, develop and own the strategy for bulk recruitment campaigns driving efficient processes. About you Experience working in an in house recruitment or agency environment, sourcing and screening candidates for a variety of live vacancies across multiple functional specialisms, geographies and levels. Experienced in all elements of recruiting process including: candidate attraction, candidate qualifying, networking, assessing, recruitment related legislation, stakeholder management. Proven creative ability in developing and implementing effective candidate sourcing strategies. Effective capability in direct sourcing including ability to use search strings (e.g. Boolean) to search LinkedIn and job boards inter alia. Works effectively within a collaborative team environment and in positive collaboration with a pool of Talent Coordinators. PC proficient in concurrent use of Microsoft Office, ATS/Recruitment systems, SAP and external databases. Delivery focused, capable of managing and prioritising workloads and delivering across a variety of requirements with a varied service line mix. Understanding of wider recruitment related areas including metrics, branding, diversity, talent mobility, social media & workforce planning. About us Corporate Shared Services helps Serco to be the best managed business in this sector by supporting the delivery of superb public services. We are continuously improving the effectiveness and efficiency of HR, procurement, information technology, finance and accounting services we provide to our customers. Apply Come and join us in an exciting period of change, where are continuously improving the effectiveness and efficiency of HR, procurement, information technology, finance and accounting services we provide to our customers. Competitive salary plus attractive benefits including; 25 days holiday, 6% pension and life assurance
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Director Libraries Location: Birmingham Salary: GBP51,696 - GBP58,460 plus benefits Contract: Permanent, working 35 hours per week Closing date: midnight on...
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This is a long-term contract as there are several District Heating schemes our client will need to deliver. Site Supervisor (Contract)....
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We require a dynamic individual who is comfortable working with and advising an array of client staff from Directors through to Operational teams. To this end...
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We require a dynamic individual who is comfortable working with and advising an array of client staff from Directors through to Operational teams. To this end, exceptional communication skills are a pre-requisite, together with strong project management skills and a deep understanding of costing and financial appraisals. We are keen to recruit people who like us are commercially astute, highly motivated and down to earth. We value independent thinkers with a desire to solve high-level strategic challenges and take early ownership of major elements of client assignments. As a Senior Consultant, you will be working closely with our Operations Director and clients in identifying, managing and implementing performance improvement opportunities including: - Process Improvement - using a range of tools & techniques including Value Based Management and Lean as part of our toolkit to leverage improvement in an organisation's core processes. - Operational review and re-design including design of effective team structures, ensuring that our clients maximise the value created by their own staff and eliminate non-value adding activities. - Effective procurement and supply chain models – ensuring that our clients are leveraging maximum value and economies when procuring goods and services. - Embedding high quality performance management frameworks – working with our clients to effectively measure and manage processes, information and performance across their organisations. We are seeking individuals who: - Have project management experience and a proven track record in delivering successful assignments. - Are results-driven, detail-oriented, and highly organised. - Can manage multiple projects and deadlines concurrently. - Must be able to work independently and collaboratively with minimal supervision. - Analyse complex problems, deliver insightful and practical solutions. - Use analytical tools to solve process issues. - Ideally have consulting or high level operational experience. - Are educated to A-level or equivalent, a degree qualification is desirable. - Have strong experience and preferably qualifications in one or more of the following: Finance/Costing, Procurement/Supply Chain, Business Processes, Project Management. - Have strong leadership qualities. - Can proficiently use Microsoft Excel, PowerPoint and are highly IT literate. - Experience within social housing desirable but not essential. Additional information: - Full flexibility required to travel and work away from home as required, clean driving licence and car are essential Industry: Business Services Location: Birmingham – United Kingdom Salary: £Neg Contract type: Contract
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