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Sugarman Health are looking for experienced Care Worker's to work in 24 hour Residential Care and Nursing home's in North wales. We have home's in Rhyl., Colwyn Bay and Lllandudno. Previous experience within one of the following areas is necessary due to the nature of the role NHS, Nursing, Healthcare Assistant, Hospital Work, Mental Health, Learning Disabilities, Support, Nursing Homes and Care. The role involves providing general care and support to elderly residents in Residential and Nursing homes. The Care Worker role will cover the following duties of following care plans, promoting independence, personal care, social activities/excursions, attending appointments and hoisting. The role is mobile so whilst driving is not essential a willingness to work between sites is. Person Specifications Flexible Punctual Caring Polite Well rounded communication skillsWorking Hours We can offer flexible working hours to suit your individual needs. Hours available can vary from part time to full time and a range of shifts including: 8am to 2pm 2pm to 8pm 8am to 8pm 10pm - 8am 8pm-8am - night shifts Pay Rate Wages dependent on shift but start at £8.50 Milage paid* t&c apply To apply please call Darren on (phone number removed) shchester Cordant Group is an equal opportunities employer
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Working on behalf of a Local Authority, Aatom Recruitment has an excellent opportunity for an experienced Software Developer on a 1 month contract with a possibility of an extension. Purpose of the role - Do you have a passion for delivering high quality ICT solutions to a diverse workforce using up to date development technologies? Can you help us keep up to date on those technologies? If so, we want to hear from you! Duties/Responsibilities - The post will be part of a small, highly collaborative team of developers working closely with internal customers to deliver software solutions using industry standard technologies such as SQL Server, ASP.NET Core MVC, HTML, Javascript, CSS, Entity Framework. Knowledge/Skills/Qualifications/Experience - Candidates must be educated to at least HND level in an Information Technology related subject and have at least 2 years relevant experience in a software development role. Experience in developing using web technologies, specifically MVC. Experience in delivering software solutions in a large organisation. To get more information about this role and how to apply please contact Keiran - (phone number removed)
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We are looking to recruit CAMHS professionals to a number of services in the North Wales area on a Locum Contract. You will need to have a NMC pin from an RMN degree or to be a HCPC registered Social worker. This roles will be offering very competitive rates and will look to be recruiting staff as soon as possible. Please do get in contact with Owen if you feel as if you are an experienced CAMHS practitioner. Ideally we are looking for a practitioner to have previously be ADOS trained Requirements: * A valid NMC pin or HCPC registration * Have a legal right to work in the UK * UK experience working in an CAMHS Environment * An enhanced DBS and reference check * Desirable attribute is to have a speciality within CAMHS, that you have clinical experience working in * Familiar with ADOS training Responsibilities: * Ensuring named patients have up to date/ regularly reviewed care plans which are person centred and include the patient’s views. * Administer personal care and carry out observations Why we are different? Join the community: be part of a network of like-minded, conscientious locums with shared values for patients and clients. * A long-term relationship based on trust and understanding. * Access to the very best requirements nationwide. * As part of the Hunter Mental Health network you will be appropriately marketed, in a consultative manner, taking the burden of business development away from you. * Represented by Mental Health sector experts, we listen, understand your needs and represent you professionally. * Weekly payments you can trust, Hunter Mental Health is part of the Hunter/Gatherer Group of Companies. * Market knowledge, advice and knowledge sharing on market trends and opportunities. * Access to exclusive Hunter Mental Health events and discounted CPD. * As part of the Hunter Mental Health network you receive a welcome pack, and ID badge. * Customer service, it’s a simple philosophy but one we are passionate about
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Did you know that Randstad Education are a preferred supplier for all schools in North Wales? Would you like to earn £300 per week working 30 hours per week with full training provided? Please following the below link for details of our training: https://(url removed)/job-seeker/areas-of-expertise/education/cover-supervisor-training/ We are looking for cover supervisors to work with our secondary schools in Denbighshire beginning in January 2020. You will be the type of individual that can be adaptable and embrace an ever-changing timetable. You will have an open approach to teaching, engaging in all subjects and your role will be delivering pre-planned lessons in the absence of students' subject teachers. Benefits: - Flexible working life. - Valuable experience working with children. - 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 provided 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: - Must be able to provide two professional working references. - Must be registered or willing to register with the EWC (Education Workforce Council) - Full clean enhanced DBS. A new DBS can be facilitated if required. 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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We're recruiting for Pipefitter/Welders to work around the Corwen area. Paying £18.00 per hour, 10 hour days, with at least 6 weeks work. Working with Stainless Steel and Screwed Pipes. The Pipefitter/Welder must have an Industrial background. CSCS or CCNSG desirable though not essential. If you're a Pipefitter/Welder looking for a new opportunity apply today with you CV. Important Information: We endeavour to process your personal data in a fair and transparent manner. In applying for this role, Russell Taylor will be acting within your interest and will contact you in relation to the role, either by email, phone or text message. For more information see our Privacy Policy h t t p s : / / w w w . r u s s e l l - t a y l o r . c o . u k / p r i v a c y - p o l i c y on our website. It is important you are aware of your individual rights and the provisions the company has put in place to protect your data. If you would like further information on the policy or the GDPR please contact us on h r @ r u s s e l l - t a y l o r . c o . u k
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We require a cscs carded general labourer for a site at Glan Aber School, CH6.Please call Steve on (phone number removed) 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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Rob Role: Plumber Salary: £16 to £17per hour Location: Rhyl My client is one of the leading Plumbing and Heating contractors in the construction industry across North Wales and the North West regions. They have a successful and excellent track record for producing high standards in the commercial, industrial and residential buildings for the public and private sector. They are looking for a fully qualified Plumber to work on a domestic housing project in Rhyl which is to complete 1st and 2nd fix on the project Applicants for the role should have * City & Guild's or NVQ’s in Plumbing * Preferably a gold JIB card * Experienced with 1st and 2nd fixing * Be good at following detailed instructions * Be careful and precise If you would like more information on the role please apply with your CV or call the office and ask for Simon on (phone number removed)
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Travelling Primary Teacher – The Falkland Islands £39903 per annum + bonus and relocation package (dependent on qualifications & experience) 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 Travelling Primary Teacher to commence in January 2020. 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 Islands have a small population, with big ambitions. It will be your job to help turn these ambitions into reality. We are seeking to recruit a travelling teacher to work with a small number of children on who live on single-family sheep farms, spread across the remote, rural areas of the Falkland Islands. The settings are large ranch style sheep farms, covering large areas, with thousands of sheep. Travelling teachers deliver primary education to these children through a combined system of direct face to face teaching and telephone teaching. Firstly, the teacher travels to the farm where they will spend between 2 and 4 weeks living with the family and teaching the child or children (usually between 1-3 children) in a classroom in their home. The ‘classrooms’ are usually re-purposed rooms in the family home or a separate building or cabin close to the family home. After the initial period with the first family, the teacher moves onto the next of their locations, and so on, before repeating the ‘beat’. Each ‘beat’ lasts 6-7 weeks, which is roughly one half-term. There are opportunities, at least every half term, for teachers to travel back to the main school site in Stanley to restock and make their own social connections. The second part of this combined delivery of education takes over when the travelling teacher has moved onto the next family on the same ‘beat’. When this happens the children in the first family receive daily lessons via the telephone. These may be delivered by one of the teachers in the settlement schools, or a telephone teacher in Stanley, or with the travelling teacher themselves by phone, from their second location. The children then have follow-up homework to complete which they do with the support of their family. You will have access to a 4x4 vehicle to enable travel between the farms, and you will also be able to use the inter-island ferry and occasionally travel by light-aircraft around the islands. You will therefore need to hold a full driver’s licence and be confident travelling over rough tracks. In most cases, you will have a living space separate to the family home, sometimes self-catered, sometimes catered by the family. All locations have a dedicated school telephone line and internet access. Working as a travelling teacher is a truly unique opportunity where a teacher can experience a different way of life and a different environment while working within a familiar curriculum, doing the best job in the world! The person Professionally, you will be a resilient, practical, organised and self-motivated individual, with qualified teacher status and at least 2 years post NQT teaching experience. Experience across all areas of primary education, the 2014 English Curriculum and EYFS Statutory Framework are essential for this position. Teaching in this setting allows you to create a bespoke, personalised learning plan for each child you work with, outside of the constraints of whole class teaching. Personally, you should have a sense of adventure and an understanding, appreciation or interest in the farming community. You will need to be a self-sufficient problem solver and able to work successfully at a distance from the main school site. This is an unaccompanied post due to the nature of the travel and accommodation. The package & benefits * 1, 2, 3 or 4 Years Fixed Term Contract, with potential for extension by mutual agreement * Salary of up to £39,903 per annum – dependent on qualifications and experience * Reduced Tax rates * 35% gratuity allowance based on basic salary earned, paid at the end of the contract * A relocation package is available for the candidate * A flight allowance back to the UK for the candidate * Accommodation provided at each location - sometimes self-catered, sometimes catered by the family 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 Lauren Cartledge on the details provided. NO AGENCIES PLEASE
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Proactive Personnel are currently recruiting for experienced Machine Operators for a well- known and established client based in the Corwen area. Job Description: •Operating CNC Robotic Welding Machines •Loading components into JIGS and unloading completed sub- assemblies •Using hand and power tools •Quality control Experience/ Requirements: •Previous experience in operating machines •Competent in manual handling techniques •Own transport
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HR Professional Clogau is a multi-award-winning Welsh jewellery brand. From a small team and a handful of pieces in the early 1990s, Clogau has firmly established itself as a prestigious jewellery brand that is now sold worldwide, within leading jewellery stores, online, and on some of the world's best airlines. Do you thrive on variety, managing different priorities and advising managers at all levels? We are looking for an experienced HR Professional to lead our HR function to cover a period of maternity leave. What will this role of HR Professional entail? Undertaking a stand-alone generalist role, you’ll be responsible for delivering all aspects of the employee life cycle from recruitment to leavers and everything in between, supporting a workforce of in excess of 150 colleagues who work primarily from the Head Office and retail stores. Your responsibilities will include although not be limited to: * Providing advice and guidance to line managers * Dealing with employee relations issues * Acting as the first point of contact for employees on any HR related queries * Updating contracts of employment, policies and procedures * Managing recruitment and selection * Coordinating training and development activity including administering the e-learning platform * Working with payroll to ensure smooth delivery of monthly payroll * Completing HR administration including staff changes and updates * Managing the HR and absence recording system * Maintaining and updating employee records What will I need to be considered for this HR Professional role? * Proven experience in an HR Generalist role * A proactive approach and comfortable working in a standalone role on own initiative * Ability to prioritise tasks and undertake a wide and varied workload * Strong communication skills, both written and verbal * Ability to liaise and build relationships at all levels * Ability to maintain confidentiality * A good level of attention to detail and accuracy * Up to date knowledge of employment law and GDPR Ideally, the successful applicant will be qualified to CIPD Level 5 or above, however, we will also consider applicants with proven experience. As the HR Professional what will I receive in return? You will receive a competitive salary and be employed to cover maternity leave on a temporary contract with the expected duration to be 9-12 months. You’ll be working in modern offices near St Asaph in North Wales, conveniently located close to the A55 for ease of access. The hours work will be Monday to Friday 9am to 5pm. More about us: In 2016, we were named as one of London Stock Exchange’s 1000 Companies to Inspire Britain, along with awards at the UK Jewellery Awards for Retailer of the Year in 2017, Multichannel Retail Offer and Jewellery and Watch Supplier of the Year in 2018, and Monobrand Retailer of the Year in 2019. This is an ideal opportunity for you to lead the HR function as part of a reputable and growing international jewellery company, that has a unique brand story and inspiration. All applications for this HR Professional vacancy are to be submitted online, and strictly no agency calls or agency CV submissions
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