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Are you a dedicated English Teacher looking for your next role in South London? Tradewind Recruitment are currently looking for a hardworking, dynamic, ambitious (KS3 - KS4) English Teacher to join an oversubscribed, large Girls school in Sutton (just outside Kingston, SW London) from 2nd December. This is a long-term role replacing a full time, permanent teacher. So a full time replacement would be ideal although a 4 day timetable could also work for the right person (Monday - Thursday). The school is in Outer London and the salary will be to scale (+ possible TLR) dependant on your experience and suitability. Teachers at this secondary school strive at all times to enable students to make excellent progress in their studies and are proud of their achievements. The school's curriculum offers students a wide mix of academic and practical opportunities. We are looking for: · This OFSTED rated 'good' secondary school are looking for an English Teacher who can teach KS3-4 and who has excellent subject knowledge · A committed practitioner, who will want to attain the highest standards in teaching and learning throughout their role · A collaborative and driven individual who will support and lead on the delivery of the subject through inventive approaches including curriculum design and the use of ICT · The school want to meet an English teacher who potentially would like to take on a more permanent assignment next year with greater responsibilities. The role: Teaching a range of English over a varied timetable and across different Key Stages and abilities. Location: The school in Sutton is easily accessible by Rail or Car and parking is available on site. The school offers: Teachers at this school benefit from working a dedicated team of professionals. You will also have your own laptop and access to outstanding lesson plans and resources. Staff and students work together in pleasant surroundings and the English Department is in a newly built part of the school which also houses a new Library, Sports centre and Science department. As an English Teacher, you will have the support of a cohesive and committed team of teachers who work collaboratively to maintain high standards and expectations, plus: · A well-equipped English department with interactive white boards and access to new technologies. · A comprehensive induction package and a wide range of CPD opportunities for all staff To join us and be successful in this English Teacher role you will need to: - Hold QTS status or equivalent teaching qualification - Have an Enhanced DBS Disclosure, Overseas Police Clearances (if applicable) and professional reference checks - Have a CV that covers the last 10 years of employment history where possible and any employment breaks must be explained - Have the legal right to work in the UK Click 'Apply now' to be considered for this great position as an English teacher in Sutton. Or for more information about the role, contact Carlo Randazzo on (phone number removed) / (url removed) We look forward to hearing from you and helping take you on the next step of your teaching career
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Do you have a passion for food ? Good Vibe food is what we are about. We are on the hunt for an outstanding Team member who can also deliver food to our…
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Situated in the heart of Exeter we are looking for new and enthusiastic team members to join our family, you will have real drive to deliver our product and…
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We are recruiting a fitness instructor to join us at the BMa Academy. 1 hour light cardio sessions that are tailored toward plus size and beginners, you will be…
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Schools Workshop Facilitators Bloom Programme, Mental Health UK*. Various locations across Scotland Edinburgh, Glasgow, Falkirk, Dumfries, Highland*.
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We are looking for an effective and personable English tutor to teach adult learners Functional Skills English. Good communication skills written and verbal.
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Are you passionate about fashion and design?*. At Print It, we believe in giving people the chance to express themselves by creating one of a kind Selfie…
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A leading NHS organisation is looking to appoint an experienced Safeguarding Adults professional for a period of 6 months on an interim basis, with a start date in March 2020. Key Responsibilities: Provide expert professional knowledge in all issues relating to the care of adults at risk and MCA and be the designated professional for Safeguarding Adults and MCA Lead across the local Health Economy; The Designated Nurse for Safeguarding Adults is responsible for providing expertise, professional leadership, advice, support and expert guidance in respect of safeguarding, adult protection, Domestic Abuse, Mental Capacity Act (MCA), Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards (DoLS), the Prevent agenda and LeDeR (Learning Disability Mortality review) to the localised Health Economy; The Designated Nurse is the designated professional with strategic and professional leadership for the Mental Capacity Act within the Clinical Commissioning Group as well as being responsible for providing support and advice to clinicians in individual cases and supervision to staff in areas where these issues may be particularly prevalent and/or complex; Support on all aspects of the health service contributing to the safeguarding of adults at risk. This will involve working closely with other CCGs, NHS England, the Local Safeguarding Adult Board, Local Authority, Primary Care, NHS Provider trusts (acute, mental health and community) and other relevant statutory and 3rd sector organisations, who are commissioned to provide services to adults; Provide strong professional leadership to assess current arrangements, and inform the long term strategic direction for safeguarding adults; and by working with commissioned services will be able to assure the CCG that providers have in place the strategies and plans to safeguard vulnerable people and are fulfilling their responsibilities in line with the contract and national legislation and guidance. A successful candidate will have: Registered Nurse qualification, evidence of current registration; Substantial specialist knowledge of safeguarding adults and Mental Capacity Act acquired over a significant period; Experience of working in a senior safeguarding/MCA lead capacity with highly developed specialist knowledge; Understanding of safeguarding in the reformed NHS and the role of commissioners. providers and NHS England. For further information on this role please contact Donna Larder on or call (phone number removed)
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My client is currently looking for interim support for a largescale, high value Capital Works Programme. Candidates must have experience within Major Capital Development schemes.  Main Responsibilities: As Project Manager within the busy Capital Programme team, you will be a key driver in ensuring we deliver against an ambitious Capital Works programme; Lead and manage several key projects simultaneously; The role is varied, but one thing we can guarantee is it will involve building strong relationships with a diverse stakeholder portfolio; Managing building projects from inception to successful handover, you will be able to make a real contribution to the staff and student experience on campus; A successful candidate will have: You will have a construction related degree or equivalent professional qualification in Surveying, Architecture or Engineering; Along with a relevant professional membership; You will have significant experience managing projects in a multi-disciplinary environment, and your expert know-how in handling construction contracts and excellent knowledge in procurement and construction legislation will make you a real asset to the team; You do not need Education based experience for this role, my client welcomes candidates from commercial/private sector. For further information on this role please contact Donna Larder on (phone number removed) or email (url removed)
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February Half term at an outstanding Academy situated in Merton, South West London who have a reputation for delivering an excellent learning experience for all their students. *Teacher of Religious Studies *Inner London Pay Scale (+ possible TLR) *KS3 - KS5 *Full time Our School in Merton are looking to appoint a well-qualified teacher of Religion from 24/02/2020. We need an enthusiastic teacher with excellent subject knowledge to engage and motivate students of all ages and abilities. At this school you will work in teams of highly educated and very motivated teachers, support staff and leaders. The staff are passionate about their work and have a well-established culture of sharing best practice and of encouraging staff take opportunities which will help them to progress professionally. We are therefore looking to recruit well-educated and enthusiastic professionals who can contribute to the school's ongoing success. This coeducational Secondary school in Merton has over a thousand students in Years 7 to 11, and approximately 250 in the 6th form. They're graded an outstanding school by OFSTED with high standards of behaviour and excellent results at both GCSE and A Level. If you're available for work after February half term and would like to join this highly successful Humanities department. Please send your CV to (url removed). Or call: (phone number removed) and speak to Carlo on the Secondary team for more details. We look forward to hearing from you
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