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Adecco are recruiting on behalf of a Housing Organisation for a HR Administrator to join their team based in Abergele on a fixed-term contract. The purpose of the role is to provide an effective, confidential administrative service to the HR team ensuring employee records are accurately maintained throughout the employment cycle. Duties of the post include: To provide information and assistance as a first point of call for basic HR enquiries from employees and managers To provide competent, effective and confidential administrative support to the HR Team, including but not limited to recruitment, induction, terms and conditions of employment, learning and development, health and safety and health and wellbeing initiatives To provide administrative support in the implementation of HR systems and provide support to employees in how to use these systems effectively To be responsible for updating and maintaining accurate employee data within the HR Systems and general filing systems and archiving files as necessary in line with the General Data Protection Regulations Prepare accurate and timely payroll information in order to maintain the organisation's contractual obligations with employees To be responsible for arranging, taking actions and updates at HR meetingsSuccessful applicants should be able to demonstrate the following skills: Competent using Excel Confident using different systems Excellent customer service skillsExperience within a HR environment is highly desirable for this post. Adecco acts as an employment agency for permanent recruitment and an employment business for the supply of temporary workers. The Adecco Group UK & Ireland is an Equal Opportunities Employer. By applying for this role your details will be submitted to Adecco. Our Candidate Privacy Information Statement explains how we will use your information - please copy and paste the following link in to your browser
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Contract IT Engineer (2ND Line, 3rd Line, Wintel, Windows, AD, Active Directory, Server, Cisco, CCNA, MCSE, Firewall, Routing, Switching , LAN/WAN) - Contract - 3 Months - Conwy - £220 to £240 p/d Search IT are currently looking for a IT Engineer on a 3 month contract for a global client of ours based in Conwy. The role is paying up to £220 to £240 per day. Skills/Requirements for the IT Engineer: * Previous experience within a 2nd/3rd Line role * Windows Server (Apply online only) Experience * Experience with Windows XP - 10 * Active Directory skills * Experience of working on Cisco networks - LAN/WAN, Switching, Routing, TCP/IP * Experience of Hardware Fixes * Any coding (vb.net/SQL/C#) knowledge would be advantageous but not necessary Start date is ASAP The IT Engineer will act as a point of contact for all IT related support activities of each and every project delivered and supported by the client. Please send an up-to-date copy of your CV to be considered for this position. Contract IT Engineer (2ND Line, 3rd Line, Wintel, Windows, AD, Active Directory, Server, Cisco, CCNA, MCSE, Firewall, Routing, Switching, LAN/WAN) - Contract - 3 Months - Conwy - £220 to £240 p/d 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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  • £8.50 - £10/hour
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, Abergele 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 6)Free DBS** 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 **Terms and conditions apply SHchester Cordant Group is an equal opportunities employer
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  • £52 - £55/day
Required September 2019 Did you know Randstad are a preferred supplier for all North Wales Schools from September 2019? Do you want to make a positive and long-lasting impression on a young person's life and help them through their secondary education? Are you an aspiring teaching assistant or graduate looking for a route into the education sector? Then this is the perfect role for you. I am currently looking for graduate Teaching Assistants to work at a number of secondary schools across North Wales. The role will be working with individuals in KS3 and KS4 with Special Educational Needs with individual action plans to meet their targets. Benefits of working with Randstad * Flexible working hours * 'Refer a friend' scheme where you could earn £300 * A dedicated support team * Choose how much work you would like to take on * Competitive pay Responsibilities * Supporting students on a 1:1 basis and part of a small group in a range of activities throughout the day * Assist students during class and making sure they are on task * Liaising with the class teacher to ensure a smooth running class * Enable learners to access the curriculum Requirements * Graduates are actively welcomed to apply * Be able to work with learners that have various learning difficulties including epilepsy, autism and dyslexia * Have an understanding of students with emotional needs * Willingness to learn and build relationships with learners * Be confident to support the lead in groups, in different educational subjects * Be a registered member of the EWC If you have the ability to inspire pupils and colleagues, have excellent communication skills and have previous experience of working with children, then this could be the role for you. The school will welcome you as part of their team and you will be required to undertake all duties required of a permanent member of staff
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  • £39000 - £40000/annum +SENCo allowance, bonus and relocati
Special Educational Needs Coordinator (SENCo) - The Falkland Islands £39,903 per annum + £5331 SENCo allowance + bonus and relocation package Are you a dynamic SEN expert 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 their new Special Educational Needs Coordinator (SENCo). 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 the SENCo on the Falkland Islands, it will be your responsibility to lead, develop and support the provision for young people with special educational needs and disabilities across the ages of 3-16 years. The children have a range of needs across four broad categories of cognition and learning; communication and interaction; sensory and physical needs; social, emotional and mental health needs. You will be experienced in working with children across all these areas of additional needs, have up-to-date and relevant knowledge as well as holding the National Award for SENCo and a Qualified Teacher Status. You will be working across the Primary and Secondary schools, both of which house specialist SEND resources and classrooms. Both schools deliver the 2014 English National Curriculum, and are inspected following the OFSTED framework for inspections, however they are outside the English system so procure an inspection service. You will become a member of the Senior Leadership Team for both schools, and work alongside the Director of Education, Head Teachers and School Managers to contribute to the school improvement plans, whole-school policy and monitoring of pupil progress and teaching standards. 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 an inspirational leader, with qualified teacher status, the National Award for SENCo and a wealth of experience within SEN and teaching. You will be motivating, leading and supporting a passionate team of Learning Support Assistants and Teachers, providing professional guidance and knowledge of current SEND trends, policies and provisions. Showing commitment and passion to equal opportunities and securing good outcomes for all pupils with SEND requirements is paramount to being successful within this role. Being an organised, innovative and solutions-led leader with excellent communication skills, you will possess the confidence to liaise with outside agencies, parents and teachers. You will also oversee the writing, regular review, and monitoring of individual education, behaviour, health and care plans, including reviewing changes and progression with parents and carers. Personally, you will be an enthusiastic individual, with a sense of adventure! Whether you are a nature lover, budding photographer or just love spending time in the great outdoors - The Falkland Islands is the place for you. The package & benefits * 2 to 4 Years Fixed Term Contract, with potential for extension by mutual agreement * Salary of £45k (inclusive of SENCo allowance) - dependent on qualifications and experience * Reduced Tax rates * 25% gratuity 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)/senco-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 Ben Wood (phone number removed) or Lauren Cartledge (phone number removed). NO AGENCIES PLEASE, BECAUSE WE ARE ONE
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  • £39000 - £40000/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 Ben Wood (phone number removed) or Lauren Cartledge (phone number removed) NO AGENCIES PLEASE, BECAUSE WE ARE ONE
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  • £39000 - £40000/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)/senco-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 Ben Wood (phone number removed) or Lauren Cartledge (phone number removed) NO AGENCIES PLEASE, BECAUSE WE ARE ONE
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  • £39000 - £40000/annum + SENCo allowance, bonus and relocat
Special Educational Needs Coordinator (SENCo) - The Falkland Islands £39,903 per annum + £5331 SENCo allowance + bonus and relocation package Are you a dynamic SEN expert 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 their new Special Educational Needs Coordinator (SENCo). 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 the SENCo on the Falkland Islands, it will be your responsibility to lead, develop and support the provision for young people with special educational needs and disabilities across the ages of 3-16 years. The children have a range of needs across four broad categories of cognition and learning; communication and interaction; sensory and physical needs; social, emotional and mental health needs. You will be experienced in working with children across all these areas of additional needs, have up-to-date and relevant knowledge as well as holding the National Award for SENCo and a Qualified Teacher Status. You will be working across the Primary and Secondary schools, both of which house specialist SEND resources and classrooms. Both schools deliver the 2014 English National Curriculum, and are inspected following the OFSTED framework for inspections, however they are outside the English system so procure an inspection service. You will become a member of the Senior Leadership Team for both schools, and work alongside the Director of Education, Head Teachers and School Managers to contribute to the school improvement plans, whole-school policy and monitoring of pupil progress and teaching standards. 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 an inspirational leader, with qualified teacher status, the National Award for SENCo and a wealth of experience within SEN and teaching. You will be motivating, leading and supporting a passionate team of Learning Support Assistants and Teachers, providing professional guidance and knowledge of current SEND trends, policies and provisions. Showing commitment and passion to equal opportunities and securing good outcomes for all pupils with SEND requirements is paramount to being successful within this role. Being an organised, innovative and solutions-led leader with excellent communication skills, you will possess the confidence to liaise with outside agencies, parents and teachers. You will also oversee the writing, regular review, and monitoring of individual education, behaviour, health and care plans, including reviewing changes and progression with parents and carers. Personally, you will be an enthusiastic individual, with a sense of adventure! Whether you are a nature lover, budding photographer or just love spending time in the great outdoors - The Falkland Islands is the place for you. The package & benefits * 2 to 4 Years Fixed Term Contract, with potential for extension by mutual agreement * Salary of £45k (inclusive of SENCo allowance) - dependent on qualifications and experience * Reduced Tax rates * 25% gratuity based on basic salary earned, paid at the end of the contract * 30 days annual leave, plus government and public holidays (41 days in total) * 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)/senco-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 Ben Wood (phone number removed) or Lauren Cartledge (phone number removed) or email (url removed). NO AGENCIES BECAUSE WE ARE ONE
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Did you know Randstad are a preferred supplier for all North Wales Schools from September 2019? Are you a dynamic and energetic graduate looking to make a difference in the classroom? Do you have previous experience working with children or are looking for experience in order to pursue a career in teaching? We are looking for cover supervisors to support lessons within our secondary schools in North Wales. Cover Supervisors give lessons to a variety of different age groups across a variety of subjects while the teacher is out of school. This is a great way to gain experience of classroom management so get in touch today! Benefits: - Flexible working life. - Valuable experience learning the role of a teacher. - Supportive line manager. - Parking at all sites - Great transport links. - Refer a friend incentive (Earn up to £300 in high street shopping vouchers). Responsibilities: - Communicating with students to encourage learning. - Supervise a set of work set out by the school. - Ensure that all students are well behaved and focused on learning. - Reporting back on the behaviour of pupils during the class and any issues arising. Requirements: - Experience in volunteering or working with children. - University degree (Please note this is preferred and not essential). - Must be registered or willing to register with the EWC (Education Workforce Council) - Full clean enhanced DBS (on the update service). - Provide a minimum of two references (one reference must comment on your ability to work with children) If you match the above criteria, then this role could be perfect for you! Please apply as soon as possible or you will run the risk of missing out on this excellent opportunity
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  • £52 - £55/day
Did you know Randstad are a preferred supplier for all North Wales Schools from September 2019? Do you have a passion for helping young people with physical and learning disabilities? Can you communicate well with students, teachers and parents? Can you make a difference in these young people's lives? We have an urgent need for a number of Learning Support Assistants to work with KS3/4 groups in our North Wales secondary schools beginning in September 2019. As a result, we are actively looking for classroom support assistants who would be assisting children with their lesson content. This is demonstrated through the accomplishments of the learners that have achieved not only academic results, but also through achieving their personal targets. This is an excellent opportunity for people with the right qualification and experience Benefits of working for Randstad: - Great market knowledge to match you to your perfect role -Dedicated consultant throughout your journey - Exclusive online services -Online e-learning training modules - Career advice - Advice and editing on your current CV - On call 24/7 - Team teach training In order to be considered for this post, you will be required to: - Have experience of working with or volunteering with young people in wide range of settings - Be able to provide a childcare reference from a previous employer - Have knowledge and understanding of the different social, cultural and physical needs of pupils - Have an interest in how young people learn and behave - Provide appropriate role models of behaviour both in the classroom and around school - Really care about young people but particularly those who find learning and managing their behaviour difficult Your responsibilities will include: - Promoting a caring environment and providing a high standard of care -Ensuring effective communication with staff and students - Working 1:1 and in small groups to promote active listening and development - Maintaining high standards of safety - Implementing students' action plans appropriately - Taking part in recreational activities such as arts & crafts to develop their skills If you match the above criteria, then this role could be perfect for you! Please apply as soon as possible or you will run the risk of missing out on this excellent opportunity
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