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  • £18000 - £28000/annum
Educate Resourcing have a fantastic opportunity for a Construction Tutor to join our Alternative Provision at Rhyl High School. This role will be both challenging and highly rewarding. As a Construction Tutor you will be working with a diverse group of learners over a two year period. You will need to be a passionate and creative individual who is able to engage and motivate the learners, helping them achieve success within the Construction courses. As a dynamic and highly motivated individual with excellent construction skills you will use your current industry experience to support and inspire learners to develop confidence, skills and experience. This is an exciting opportunity for a dedicated tutor to deliver high learner success, through effective teaching and delivery in Construction. This vacancy would suit a highly motivated Construction tutor with a can do and flexible approach to education. The ideal candidate will be a dynamic and motivated tutor who can offer skills and knowledge to our learners and guide them throughout our courses. Who are Educate Resourcing and is it genuinely ‘Run by Teachers for Teachers’? Educate Resourcing is an innovative provider of education support services to schools, colleges and specialist schools across North Wales (Denbighshire, Flintshire and Wrexham) the North West of England (Cheshire and the Wirral) and London. Our organisation was created by a group of like-minded professionals with a combined 50 years supportive, teaching and senior management experience. Educate Resourcing are the only UK company ‘Run by Teachers for Teachers’ who provide: High quality teaching and classroom support staff Bespoke alternative curriculum courses Tailored personal tuition Opportunities to complete primary or secondary school teacher training (SCITT and/or PGCE) Behaviour and classroom management training. Will I enjoy the role of as an alternative provision tutor? Each day will be different (that’s for certain) but you will see noticeable differences and outcomes during your time. As you will already know from your training and experiences, you will be responsible for developing schemes of work and lesson plans in line with curriculum objectives. You'll facilitate learning by establishing a relationship with pupils and by your organisation of learning resources and the classroom learning environment. As experienced teachers, the team at Educate regularly provide free training workshops to help develop your skillset – we believe in providing you with the tools and training to help you enjoy and develop in the role. Typical parts of the role: Plan and identify clear teaching objectives and specify how they will be taught and addressed Set tasks which challenge pupils and ensure high levels of interest Set appropriate and demanding expectations Outline clear targets, building on prior attainment Ensure excellent classroom habits Deal with pupil behaviour using each schools own protocol or system. Do I need qualifications or experience? Educated to Degree level or equivalent trades qualifications Bachelor of Education (BEd) or a BA/BSc with Qualified Teacher Status (QTS) Alternatively, you may have completed a PGCE via postgraduate study. How do I apply for the role and how will Educate Resourcing help me? You will need to: Complete an Educate application form and provide an up to date CV including all dates (MM/YY) Attend a registration interview Provide references covering the last 5 years (we apply for these on your behalf) Bring a selection of ID documents (not limited to: passport, driving/provisional licence, proof of address etc.) Apply for a ‘Child Only’ DBS if you don’t already have one on the ‘DBS Update Service (£55.50) Apply to be a member of the Education Workforce Council (EWC) You will receive: Support from a team of dedicated teachers and senior leaders who are on hand to offer advice and guidance An opportunity to be PAID FAIRLY and to SCALE – No Swedish Derogation contracts issued at Educate! A choice of day to day, short and long term roles Opportunities to work part or full-time around your existing study, lifestyle and commitments Free specialist training from our own experienced staff Refer a colleague or friend bonus of £50 (uncapped) Paid weekly via PAYE and not an umbrella company However, if you are interested in another role in education, please contact Educate Resourcing for more information on (Apply online only)
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  • £33136 - £37107/annum
We have an opportunity for a HR Operations Manager to join our team based in St Asaph on a full time basis for a fixed term contract of 18 months. You will receive a salary of £33,136 - £37,107 per annum plus benefits. Pennaf Housing Group manages nearly 6000 homes across North and Mid Wales, and employs over 700 talented staff from the local area. We have ambitious plans for growth, and a desire to continue to be recognised as a can-do business, investing in communities to help address inequalities and support residents to live fulfilling lives. We have a strong reputation within our communities across all areas of work, particularly for our supported housing and extra care. We are very proud of the work we do. As our HR Operations Manager your role will be to support and manage the HR Advisers and Administrators to ensure consistent levels of service delivery are achieved and Key Performance Indicators and legislative obligations are met. In return as our HR Operations Manager, you will receive: - Excellent Contributory Pension - Life Assurance - 25 days Holiday plus Bank Holidays - Childcare vouchers - Eye care vouchers - Online/retail vouchers - Flexi Time/Flexible Working - Training and development The HR Operations Manager duties and key responsibilities will include: ? Establish and manage a system to ensure appropriate allocation of work within the team ? Ensure support is provided to the L&D Manager ? Managing a team of HR Advisors ? Remaining up to date with changes in employment legislation, case law and good practice, ensuring these changes are implemented ? Support change programmes ? Deal with escalated ER cases ? Effective relationship management both with internal and external clients ? Ensure audit requirements are adhered to - Maintaining the positive existing relationships that exist with teams and colleagues across the Group Our ideal HR Operations Manager will have the below skills and experience: ? MCIPD ? Extensive experience of working in a diverse organisation within a HR function Must have previous experience of managing a team to including coaching, developing and managing performance through 1-1’s and annual appraisals. Desirable but not essential - Having experience of working within a Supported Living or Social Care environment If you feel you have the skills and experience to become our HR Operations Manager then please click ‘Apply’ today
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12 months contract available. Contract - up to £300-£320 p/day LTD depending on experience. Prior experience in cost management under NEC contract conditions is...
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  • £500 - £600/day £500 - 600 per day
Operations Director - Manufacturing Primary Role: Manage manufacturing sites to manufacture product consistent with the product specifications, using approved methods, processes and procedures; Develop and maintain all production processes, such in close corporation with the R&D teams. Manage external suppliers to ensure supply of raw materials, components and finished products appropriate to the demands of the business, whilst minimising purchase expenditure, including identification, selection and approval of suppliers; Manage inventory levels to deliver excellent “OnTimeDelivery” performance to customers, whilst minimising inventory costs; Overseeing the production process, drawing up a production schedule, monitoring the production processes and adjusting schedules as needed based on current and future demand End responsible for manufacturing sites including buildings, equipment, maintenance, infrastructure and disaster recover protocols Ensure and track that all operational activity is in compliance with the appropriate standard and requirements according to QMS and its Health and Safety Procedures; Other Roles: Estimating costs and setting the quality standards; manage production budgets; Development and reporting of relevant production Key Performance Indicators Develop production scale-up strategies Develop sustainable COGS (Cost Of Goods Sold) models, in close corporation with R&D Management of the manufacturing sites operations teams, including day to day mentoring, identification of training, performance monitoring and reviews and setting clear objectives/expectations; Liaising among different departments, working with managers to implement the company's policies and goals; Ensure operations staff, equipment and facilities are efficiently utilised, implementing cost control programs; Work out and implement standard operating procedures for production operations; ensure that standard operating procedures are adhered to. Skills: Use of advanced planning and scheduling techniques Knowledge of MRP systems Contract & supplier negotiation experience, including procurement processes Risk management Financial and budgetary management Excellent numeric skills Supervisory/staff management Personal Attributes: Confident and able to develop strategy Effective communicator Exceptional organisational abilities Able to present data clearly and effectively Team player Critical thinking and problem solver Decision-making Negotiator Stress tolerant Education: A bachelor's degree - business administration, management, engineering, industrial technology, manufacturing Preferably a member of a recognised body (e.g. MCIPS Member of the Chartered Institute of Purchasing and Supply) Experience: 5-10 years’ experience in general production management in Life Science industries Thorough knowledge of applicable quality systems and standards, e.g. ISO13485/21 CFR 820 Thorough knowledge of applicable Health and Safety standards
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There will be a trial period before a full contract will be offered. The vacancy is for an experienced screen printer to work in our busy screen print...
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  • £21708/annum & Shift pay pro rata
Are you looking for a new challenge? Utilise your superb maintenance skills in a new fixed term role where you can work as part of a growing team in a company who have a worldwide presence, based in Bodelwyddan. In the role of Glass Processor Job you will be responsible for: Processing microsheet glass from scribe through to cleaning prior to coating, within a production flow line Conducting processes which include, but may not be limited to; Scribe and Break, Lehr work, Blocking and Measuring, Etching, Inking, Splitting and Cleaning of thin glass thermal treatment components Ensuring compliance of all activities in line with Health and Safety requirements Maintaining a tidy and efficient working environment Supporting the business needs by operating across the whole department as required and to fully participate in ongoing process/business improvement programmes To be considered for the Glass Processor Job you must have: The ability to work as part of a team as well as on their own Manual dexterity – small / fragile components Knowledge of Health and Safety practices and procedures Ability to work a shift pattern A “C” Grade pass in English and Maths GCSE or equivalent is required Previous work experience in a manufacturing environment and previous knowledge of working with machinery Glass handling experience (desirable) A mechanical or electrical background would be advantageous This is a fixed term contract to December 2018 on a salary of £21,708 & shift pay (pro rata). Working hours will be a regular 3 shift pattern, on a rolling 3 week basis (which will include mornings, afternoons and nights) and is based in Bodelwyddan. If this looks like the job for you then apply today
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