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  • £50 - £75/day
Prospero Teaching are looking for an experienced behavioral Teaching Assistant for a 'Good' school in the Birmingham area to work full time starting September 2018 About the school and contract * Starts September 2018 * Long term contract * Bright, confident and eager to learn children with excellent behaviour. * Full time hours - Monday to Friday - KS1 Experience The successful Teaching Assistant must: *Be energetic, enthusiastic, inspiring and skilled. *Experience of working as a teaching assistant *Be a qualified Teaching Assistant Level 3 required *Be a UK resident or be eligible to work in the UK. *Have experience working with children with behavioral difficulties *Hold a fully enhanced DBS. Please call Gemma on (Apply online only) or email if you’d like to know more about this Teaching Assistant job. This job not for you but you have a friend you think might enjoy it? Recommend them to us and you could be eligible for a £150 fee via our Refer a Friend scheme. As the best teacher and supply teacher recruitment agency the U.K. has to offer, we ensure every step of your path with Prospero Teaching is a great one. We offer free courses in teaching, lesson planning, CPD certified qualifications, help with moving overseas and much more. Whether you want to teach music in Liverpool, history in London or maths in Manchester we have the right teaching job for you
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Bionical are recruiting for Bank Nurses across the UK to join our flexible nurse team. Our Flex (Bank) nurse team works across multiple services providing patient and or carer training in addition to other agreed clinical activity depending on the service. You will work autonomously in a community setting as part of the Bionical Health Outcomes team delivering exceptional patient care at all times. You will receive extensive training prior to delivering any service as well as on-going support and supervision from the Bionical Management and Quality teams BIONICAL Everyone at Bionical shares an energy and passion to deliver services that ultimately lead to better lives for patients. We deliver better access to medicines, improve patient adherence/persistence with prescribed treatments and provide healthcare professionals with unique tools to enhance patient communication. Our expertise in behavioural science gives our clients insight into designing services optimally for real world challenges. WHAT SKILLS & QUALITIES WILL MAKE YOU SUCCESSFUL IN THIS ROLE - Qualified Nurse - Clinical Homecare Experience (preferred) - Passionate about high quality patient care - Excellent attention to detail and the ability to follow process diligently - Excellent written and verbal communication skills - Ability to use IT as part of documentation of care - Car driver and willingness to travel Bionical is an Equal Opportunities Employer Due to the high volume of applications that we receive we are unable to respond to every one. If you haven’t heard from us in seven days please assume that on this occasion you have been unsuccessful
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  • £27.53 - £29.93/hour
Children in Care Social Worker Birmingham Temporary 3 month contract initially £29.93 per hour I have an exciting opportunity within the Birmingham area to work within a thriving and friendly Children in Care team. You will be managing your own caseload with varying levels of complexity ensuring that children placed in the care of the council have all their emotional, educational and social needs met. You will do this by implementing and reviewing pathway plans, independently writing the matching report, planning the introductions, supporting adopters, writing the annex a report for court and liaising with foster parents and home managers in ensuring placements are secure. You should hold relevant qualifications and a minimum of 2 years qualified experience along with at least 3 years referencing and current HCPC registration. We will complete enhanced DBS check. If you would be interested in applying for this position, or would like to discuss other social work opportunities within the West Midlands then please get in touch with Abbey on (Apply online only) or Working with Eden Brown Synergy offers you a personal service from an experienced team, working closely with one consultant who is dedicated to finding you your ideal role. Our pay rates are highly competitive; we offer a weekly payroll service and will provide you with a current DBS free of charge. We also have a fantastic referral scheme with the opportunity to earn £200 for referring a friend/colleague to us. Eden Brown Synergy is an equal opportunities employer. For more opportunities, please visit (url removed)
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Are you a Land Surveyor? Are you looking for work in the Midlands area? Are you looking for your next role with a reputable organisation on a Major infrastructure project? This could be the ideal job for you! My client has an immediate opportunity for a Land Surveyor to join the team on contract basis. The Successful candidate will be working with a experienced team. Duties will include: * Be responsible for the security and integrity of Project survey equipment; * Co-operate with the Project Surveyor on project requirements; * Liaise with the Project Surveyor to ensure that the programmed survey requirements are met and monitored; * Maintain a competent team of surveyors to provide the project needs; * Additionally, have responsibilities and duties specific to the needs of a project. You are not required to be experienced in all of the above skills but it would be beneficial. Experience on major Highways schemes would be beneficial If you think this is the position for you, respond to this ad with your current CV or email We look forward to hearing from you! Randstad CPE values diversity and promotes equality. No terminology in this advert is intended to discriminate against any of the protected characteristics that fall under the Equality Act 2010. We encourage and welcome applications from all sections of society and are more than happy to discuss reasonable adjustments and/or additional arrangements as required to support your application. Candidates must be eligible to live and work in the UK. For the purposes of the Conduct Regulations 2003, when advertising permanent vacancies we are acting as an Employment Agency, and when advertising temporary/contract vacancies we are acting as an Employment Business
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  • £24544 - £28901/annum Salary: £24,544- £28,901 per ann
Home Ownership Income Officer Location: Birmingham Salary: £24,544- £28,901 per annum Basis: 2 Years Fixed Term Work Pattern: Monday - Friday, 37 hours per week Our client is one of the largest and most successful housing groups in the Midlands providing around 30,000 homes with a turnover of £140 million per year. If you are an experienced Income Officer with some leasehold experience this opportunity should interest you. Their Team provides customer-focused services for leaseholders and shared owners. Reporting to their Home Ownership Team leader you will provide a range of specialist services, including advice and support on leasehold management, service charges and income collection for their leasehold portfolio in Birmingham. This is a generic leasehold role and you will deal with enquiries from customers, solicitors and other partners. Providing services with a view to delivering improvements in their services and customer satisfaction. Duties will include the collection of rent and services charges in order to meet challenging targets and being responsible for enforcement of lease terms and conditions including anti social behaviour and estate and block inspections. Previous experience of managing a portfolio of leasehold properties along with working in a customer service environment is desirable, along with the ability to deal with a range of internal and external customer and solicitor enquiries in a confident manner. A customer-focused approach will enable you to achieve positive results, working within a team, adapting and changing approaches and ways of working to deliver service improvement. This post is subject to a Basic DBS check (Disclosure and Barring Service)
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Waldeck are a unique, technology focused, multi-disciplinary technical and risk management consultancy who support the public sector, private and global blue-chip corporations to succeed with heavy infrastructure, industrial and major building projects and also, retrospective digitisation of existing assets. We are recruiting for a Building Surveyor to be based within our commercial team in our Birmingham office for a 16-18 month contract. You will be responsible for advising on all aspects of design and construction and compiling detailed reports for the client. Within this role your responsibilities will include: - Surveying properties and identifying structural faults and making appropriate recommendations - Ensuring projects are completed on time and within budget - Organise documents for tender and advise on all aspects of recruitment and procurement - Deal with planning applications and provide advice on legislation and regulations - Carry out feasibility studies - Advise on the Health and Safety aspects of projects We’re looking to speak with individuals with at least 5 years’ experience in a similar role, who possesses excellent problem solving and communication skills and be a member of ICWCI. Please apply for further information
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  • £22917 - £38633/annum
Calling all ambitious graduates looking to forge a career in SEN and/ or teaching! This SEN school in the heart of Birmingham are looking to recruit a team of driven, passionate and resilient graduates, to join their autism team from September 2018! Any previous experience working with young people with special educational needs would be advantageous to your application. * Graduate Role - 2:1 degree * Special Educational Needs Teaching Assistant * Birmingham SEN School – Primary Department * Specifically working in an autism class * Paid £60 – £65 a day * September 2018 start – opportunity to train as a teacher in the same trust * Supporting children with SEN * Experience extremeley advantageous * Excellent experience before teacher training or Ed Psych course * Shortlisting and interviewing on an ongoing basis This school are looking to recruit a team of future teachers/ SEN specialists to work with the autism classes and ensure they have the same access to development as those in mainstream school. The ethos of this school is very much about proving their children with the skills and opportunities to experience as much as possible not only in their education, but in the wider world too. As a recent graduate this role will allow you to combine the theoretical knowledge gained during your degree whilst gaining the practical experience needed to kick start your career in education. No specific subject is required, but a motivation to work in a SEN role and the ability to remain empathetic, driven and resilient in sometimes challenges circumstances is essential. This is a fantastic opportunity to gain training in safeguarding, behaviour management and other areas that are important to be successful in a SEN teaching environment. SEN Primary Teaching Assistant - About the role This SEN Teaching Assistant role will require you to support a specific groups of children with varying needs. Many of the classes are very small and most roles are based within their autism classes. This school is an all through school from 2-18 years old and everyone is highly passionate about supporting the whole child to become the best they can be. Day-to-day you will be supporting the class teachers with the delivery of learning plans and ensuring that all children are safe and happy. For those that are more confident, there will be the opportunity to lead the classroom from time to time, in order to really enhance your understanding of what it takes to be a teacher, and more importantly supporting children with SEN. This Birmingham school is close to good transport links and is easily accessible. This school is very well run and has a fantastic support network for all staff. There are in excess of 300 children who attend and a happy, bright and vibrant environment is noticed from the moment you walk through the door. Facilities are fantastic – there is even an onsite swimming pool with therapeutic lights and other therapeutic facilities for all children. If you think this role would be ideal for you to gain paid experience prior to obtaining a place on a teacher training or educational psychology course in 2019 then apply today! Join this amazing school by sending your CV to Jamie at i-teachers – click 'Apply now
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  • £110 - £160/day
English Teacher – Chelmsley Wood – September 2018-06-21 Academics Ltd are supporting a school in Chelmsley Wood with their search for an English teacher in preparation for September. The school strives to be safe, happy and successful in all that it does by providing the students with a team of staff that are caring, encouraging and innovative, with the ability to see things from many different angles. The school are looking for people that have a love for English and able to find new, innovative ways of helping the children to learn. You will need to posses a positive attitude and encourage children to reach their full potential to enable them equal opportunities. We are currently looking for three people who posses a good humoured personality and the ability to approach a task with enthusiasm and a positive attitude. The role * Assisting children with and queries and making them feel supported * Adhering to safeguarding guidelines and school policies * Liaising with parents and professionals regarding progress and specialised individual programmes * Working collaboratively with other professionals to enhance quality of teaching Requirements * Innovative and creative to provide a fun but informative learning experience * Mentoring and other means of support on a one to one basis and in small groups. * QTS or strong NQT’s accepted * 1 years experience working with SEN children * Available either full-time or part-time from September 2018 * Ability to travel to Chelmsley Wood Are you a fully qualified English teacher with a passion for helping children reach their potential? If you feel you are well suited for this role, apply now for an immediate interview
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  • £110 - £160/day
Psychology Teacher – Chelmsley Wood – September 2018-06-21 Academics Ltd are supporting a school in Chelmsley Wood with their search for a psychology teacher in preparation for September. The school strives to be safe, happy and successful in all that it does by providing the students with a team of staff that are caring, encouraging and innovative, with the ability to see things from many different angles. The school are looking for people that have a love for psychology and understanding how the brain works and are able to find new, innovative ways of helping the children to learn. You will need to posses a positive attitude and encourage children to reach their full potential to enable them equal opportunities. We are currently looking for three people who posses a good humoured personality and the ability to approach a task with enthusiasm and a positive attitude. The role * Assisting children with and queries and making them feel supported * Adhering to safeguarding guidelines and school policies * Liaising with parents and professionals regarding progress and specialised individual programmes * Working collaboratively with other professionals to enhance quality of teaching Requirements * Innovative and creative to provide a fun but informative learning experience * Mentoring and other means of support on a one to one basis and in small groups. * QTS or strong NQT’s accepted * 1 years experience working with SEN children * Available either full-time or part-time from September 2018 * Ability to travel to Chelmsley Wood Are you a fully qualified psychology teacher with a passion for helping children reach their potential? If you feel you are well suited for this role, apply now for an immediate interview
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  • £50000 - £60000/annum bonus, pension
Head of Resource Planning/ Resource Planning Manager – 12-month FTC An innovative challenger Utility supplier in the Midlands is looking for a Head of Resource Planning/ Resource Planning Manager with recent experience in a hands-on resource planning capacity to join them on a 12-month fixed term contract. The role offers a competitive salary, bonus, real autonomy and access to board level, and the real opportunity to develop what is a very recently set up team. Make your mark! Essential Skills: * Strong resource planning background (3+ years) * Real depth of knowledge as to how a resource planning function works * Proven experience building capacity plans, budget planning, strategic planning (looking at anything from daily to 5 yearly plans) * Strong Excel skills – will need to be hands on! * Proven experience as an influential leader/people manager. * Experience of influencing and impacting at senior leadership level. * Sound financial, commercial and strategic judgement. * Excellent analytical skills, with the ability to assess and solve problems when working to tight deadlines. * * Great attitude – delivery-oriented attitude, willing to both act in a hand on and senior leadership/ strategic capacity * Great communication skills – will be communicating from team to board level Desirable Skills: * Experience working with in a fast-paced SME environment * Like for like experience working in a strategic and hands on resource planning capacity * Proficiency with workforce management tools and experience reviewing and improving forecasting, scheduling, and planning processes throughout the planning lifecycle * Day to day role: As Head of Resource Planning/ Resource Planning Manager, you will lead a small team be responsible for development, and deployment and ongoing improvement of resource planning services. You’ll be responsible for providing actionable insight to the business with recommendations on short, medium and long-term requirements to improve service delivery. With a strong sense of purpose and a positive attitude, you’ll be expected to deliver results and manage change effectively, communicating how up to board level, influencing business goals and strategy. Location: London Start date: ASAP Salary: £50,000 - £60,000 p/a Apply for the Head of Resource Planning/ Resource Planning Manager – 12-month FTC vacancy online today by sending an up to date CV and cover note to Will Vamplew on (url removed). Head of Resource Planning/ Resource Planning Manager – 12-month FTC
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