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  • £157 - £204/annum
Have you got a passion for helping children, young people and families? Durham County Council are looking for a social worker to join their Looked After and Permanence Team, on a 3 month full time contract. Responsibilities Communicate clearly and sensitively, building effective relationships with children, young people and families and other professionals. Listen to their views and enable their full participation in assessment, planning, and review. Build and maintain high quality and appropriate professional relationships with children, young people and families to enable positive change to take place. Support children, young people and families even they are angry, hostile and resistant to change. Manage tensions between parents, carers and family members, in ways that show persistence, determination and professional confidence. Promote optimal child development and be alert to signs that may indicate that the child is not meeting key developmental milestones, has been harmed or is at risk of harm. Identify the impact of adult mental ill health, substance misuse, domestic abuse, physical ill health and disability on family functioning, social circumstances and child development. Carry out in-depth and ongoing family assessment of social need and risk to children, with particular emphasis on parental capacity and capability to change. Ensure that the voice of the child is heard, and that families and partner agencies contribute in a meaningful way to the assessment. Make realistic, child centred, plans within a review timeline, which will manage and reduce identified risks and meet the needs of the child. Ensure that children, young people and families, and partner agencies participate fully. Produce well argued, focused, and jargon free case notes, plans and reports e.g. single assessments and court reports. Present a clear analysis and a sound rationale for actions and conclusions. Evaluate and review the development and progress of children, young people and their families against the agreed plan, monitor their changing needs and evaluate impact. Amend plans as and when necessary. Social workers working in Child Protection and Disability services, Families First and Looked After Services will also lead the investigation of allegations of significant harm to children in consultation with other professionals and practice supervisors. Use the law, regulatory and statutory guidance to inform practice decisions. Make use of the best evidence from research to inform the complex judgements and decisions needed to support families and protect children. Be accountable for, and review own practice using supervision and reflective practice. Seek advice from a range of sources. Discuss, debate, reflect upon and test hypotheses. Maintain personal and professional credibility through effective working relationships with peers, managers and leaders both within the profession, throughout multi-agency partnerships and public bodies, including the family courts. Participate in developments to improve the quality of the service and improve outcomes for children, young people and families. Share learning with colleagues by mentoring, coaching, and reflective discussion. Maintain registration with Social Work England and adhere to the Social Work England standards of conduct, performance and ethics, and standards for continuing professional development. Benefits of Randstad £150 to any new social workers who join Randstad after 12 weeks in an assignment £300 worth of vouchers for anyone who refers a social worker over to us https://(url removed)/refer-a-friend/ Offer £150 to any social workers who source their own job and refer to the agency (you will receive after completing 4 weeks) Access to over 30 courses - free of charge- keep your CPD up to date every year Access to Happi App - where you get access to discounts to shops A committed & dedicated consultant The successful candidate must Be a qualified social worker with 2 years post-qualified experience Be Social Work England registered. Registered and up to date on DBS If you wish to apply for this role or would like to discuss other opportunities available within social care please contact Neil Gray on (phone number removed) or https://(url removed)/in/neil-gray-a(phone number removed)a/ If you wish to apply for this role or would like to discuss other opportunities available within social care please contact Neil Gray on (phone number removed) or Randstad Care acts as an employment business when supplying temporary staff and as an employment agency when introducing candidates for permanent employment with a client. Randstad Care is an equal opportunities employer and decisions are made on merits alone. Did you know that Randstad Care have been awarded a place on the National Clinical Staffing Framework for the NHS? This means we will be able to bring you more opportunities within nursing & midwifery and clinical staffing
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  • £9.62/hour
Here at Aspen Wolf we are currently recruiting for a Care Taker for a School based in the Durham area All candidates must have a Enhanced DBS. Shifts are Wednesday 2pm-5:30pm Thursday and Friday split shifts 06:30am-10:30am & 2pm-5:30pm * To carry out the general functions as specified in the Caretaking Staff Handbook and also any other duties as the Area Facilities Manager may reasonably request from time to time. * To ensure that the premises are cleaned in accordance with the cleaning specification. * To advise the Area Facilities Manager whenever the need arises for “additional cleaning service orders” in the main storage and loading bay areas. * To place orders on the Property Help Desk for any necessary repairs and to maintain a “site repair log book”, which will be used to inform regular discussions with the Area Facilities Manager. * To liaise with the Landlord’s Site Superintendent on all matters pertaining to access, cleanliness, heating, maintenance and security of the building. * To maintain the general security and safety of the premises and grounds. * To undertake general porterage duties. * To carry out first line repairs and maintenance. * To have a commitment to energy efficiency. Security of the Premises * Daily locking/unlocking of gates, doors and windows at the prescribed times. * Daily setting/unsetting of alarm system. * To be a named keyholder for the building and attend the site when required eg after an intruder alert, or at the request of the Police etc. * In emergencies, securing the premises eg boarding up windows etc, liaising with police, the alarm engineers and ensuring the necessary repairs are carried out as quickly as is practicable. * Maintaining the security of the premises when used after hours. Cleaning * To clean designated areas in the premises as directed by the Area Facilities Manager. * To monitor the effectiveness of any contract cleaners who may be brought in to carry out additional service cleaning orders. * Replenishing soap, paper towel and toilet tissue dispensers daily. * Reporting all accidents to the Area Facilities Manage Health and Safety * Checking premises and equipment daily for damage/wear and tear, maintain Building Maintenance Log, arrange repairs where necessary * Checking that electrical equipment, heaters etc. are switched off before locking up. * Ensuring safe storage of equipment and materials. * Ensuring that protective clothing and footwear appropriate to the prevailing conditions is worn, only approved materials are used during work related activities and that safe methods of work are adopted in line with Health and Safety requirements and best practice. * Attending appropriate Health and Safety training courses as part of the training requirements identified as part of the Job Appraisal process, or others as identified. * Snow clearing and salting paths etc. as required. Please apply with an up to date CV or contact us for more information
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Durham Council are currently looking for social workers to join their Families First Team. There are 3 roles across 3 areas within the county, with a mix of qualified social work and senior practitioner rates. Responsibilities Support families, help keep children safe and enable them both to thrive. Responsible for children and young people from the point of referral to the point of permanence. Complete single assessments Work with children on a Child in Need basis Undertake Child Protection Work and enquiries under Section 47, as well as Public and Private Law. Carry a mixture of CIN, CP and court work and will be required to be part of the team's duty rota Take referrals which come through the front door into the team. Benefits of Randstad £150 to any new social workers who join Randstad after 12 weeks in an assignment £300 worth of vouchers for anyone who refers a social worker over to us Offer £150 to any social workers who source their own job and refer to the agency (you will receive after completing 4 weeks) Access to over 30 courses - free of charge- keep your CPD up to date every year Access to Happi App - where you get access to discounts to shops A committed & dedicated consultant If you wish to apply for this role or would like to discuss other opportunities available within social care please contact Neil Gray on (phone number removed) or Randstad Care acts as an employment business when supplying temporary staff and as an employment agency when introducing candidates for permanent employment with a client. Randstad Care is an equal opportunities employer and decisions are made on merits alone. Did you know that Randstad Care have been awarded a place on the National Clinical Staffing Framework for the NHS? This means we will be able to bring you more opportunities within nursing & midwifery and clinical staffing
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Are you experienced as service manager or looking for step up in your career? Durham County Council are currently looking for a service manager to join their Looked After Residential Team on a full time 3 month contract. Responsibilities Ensuring children and young people are safeguarded, well cared for, achieving outcomes and where their views and wishes are listened to. Direct line management of the Team Managers and oversight of the wider residential team. Act as a link between the Service and Ofsted during and between Inspections. Take a lead role in ensuring legislation and guidance is adhered to, providing advice and oversight as required. Lead the implementation of the audit programme across the residential homes. This will include, but not be exclusive to Regulation 44 and Regulation 45. Develop systems and tools which support the quality improvement requirements and priorities of the service in line with the regulations and quality standards. Based on improvement themes that emerge from audit activity, work with team managers, registered managers and their teams to improve aspects of practice that will assist them in delivering an outstanding residential offer. Lead on the development of policies and guidance that will support the delivery of high-quality practice standards and processes which ensure high quality practice standards and records. Work closely with colleagues to ensure Children's Homes have a robust and modern approach to induction, management development and continued professional development. Gather and analyse the feedback from our children and young people, their families and champions to understand how we are doing and what else we could achieve. Lead on the development of plans for service and practice improvement both within individual homes and across the residential service. Support registered managers in their preparation for Inspection. Play a key role in sharing information on the progress of the service through data and reporting. Use researching and learning from best practice regionally and nationally to inform practice standards. Work in accordance with DCC Human Resources policies and procedures including supervision, appraisal, sickness management, health and safety and safe recruitment. Manage a designated budget and ensuring that all available resources are co-ordinated and managed achieving value for money in all circumstances through the monitoring and control of expenditure Any other duties appropriate to the role and grade. Benefits of Randstad £150 to any new social workers who join Randstad after 12 weeks in an assignment £300 worth of vouchers for anyone who refers a social worker over to us https://(url removed)/refer-a-friend/ Offer £150 to any social workers who source their own job and refer to the agency (you will receive after completing 4 weeks) Access to over 30 courses - free of charge- keep your CPD up to date every year Access to Happi App - where you get access to discounts to shops A committed & dedicated consultant The successful candidate must Be a qualified social worker with 2 years post-qualified experience. Be Social Work England registered. If you wish to apply for this role or would like to discuss other opportunities available within social care please contact Neil Gray on (phone number removed) or https://(url removed)/in/neil-gray-a(phone number removed)a/ Randstad Care acts as an employment business when supplying temporary staff and as an employment agency when introducing candidates for permanent employment with a client. Randstad Care is an equal opportunities employer and decisions are made on merits alone. Did you know that Randstad Care have been awarded a place on the National Clinical Staffing Framework for the NHS? This means we will be able to bring you more opportunities within nursing & midwifery and clinical staffing
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  • £120 - £160/day
EXACT Education is seeking to appoint a Science Teacher that specialises in Physics to KS5 to work in a Secondary school in Durham. This is a full-time teaching role starting in April 2021. The role The desired Science Teacher will be working with pupils, with a wide range of ability levels. This role would be suitable for both NQTs and experienced Teachers. The school This is a school which has high standards and targets for its students to strive for. It expects the best provision for the children under its care and is led by an experienced Senior team who support their staff in all aspects of the job. The School offers excellent CPD and also provides a range of opportunities for progression within the role and the School. Requirements To be considered for the role of Science Teacher, you will: * Hold Qualified Teacher Status (QTS/QTLS) * Recent experience of teaching Physics to KS5 * Have a genuine desire to become part of a committed team of Teachers. * Have a passion for teaching with the ability to plan and deliver inspiring lessons. How to apply If you are a Science Teacher who can enthuse, motivate and engage students and would like the challenge of working in a demanding and rewarding environment, then we want to hear from you. EXACT Education is an Equal Opportunities Employer who specialises in placing education staff across the North of England. EXACT Education is fully committed to safeguarding and protecting the welfare of children and young people.We take our responsibilities extremely seriously. All staff we register will undertake thorough interviewing and referencing checks and hold, or be prepared to undergo, an Enhanced DBS check that must be registered on the Update Service. If you are interested in applying, please contact Charlotte to discuss this opportunity in more detail. If this role isn't for you, EXACT strive to find jobs for teachers through sending your CV to schools in your area to optimise chances of employment both short term and long term
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  • £100 - £150/day
Science teacher required in Durham This is a full-time role to start ASAP for the rest of the academic year A secondary school based in Durham are looking for a Science teacher who will contribute to the success of the school. You should be comfortable taking on a timetable which will include all year groups within the secondary range up to A level. You will be expected to have a good knowledge of the national curriculum and be a dedicated and committed Science teacher. The successful Science teacher will have: QTS Experience teaching Science up to A level   Can deliver high quality sessions across the national curriculum Have a knowledge and understanding of effective behaviour management and be able to implement strategies with a class of students In return you will receive: Good rates of pay A dedicated consultant Working in a rewarding environment If you are the right Science teacher for this role then please call Katie on (phone number removed) or please apply to this role
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  • £75 - £95/day
Fantastic Cover Supervisors needed in Durham   This role is part time with the potential to go full time in the future for the right Cover Supervisor. Are you a sports/football/athletics coach looking for a new challenge? Have you worked as a Prison Guard? Are you ex-military / ex-police looking for part time work? Do you have strong classroom management skills? Secondary schools based in and around the Durham area are looking for Cover Supervisors to start immediately. You will be expected to supervise Key Stage 3 & 4 classes in a variety of subjects including P.E. Suitable candidates will need the following: A commitment to providing the best education possible Previous experience as a Cover Supervisor or in an educational setting Flexibility Hello Education will be able to offer successful Cover Supervisors a friendly and approachable service along with the following: Competitive rates of pay An experienced consultant who will support you in your placements Introductions to other schools which use Cover Supervisors If you are interested in working for Hello Education please contact Katie on (phone number removed) or email your CV to (url removed)
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Hi, Are you looking for a Crisis role with excellent rates of pay? Would you be available for an ASAP start? Band 6 Crisis practitioner (RMN/OT/QSW) - Crisis Team- Full/Part time Location: Durham, covering County Durham and Darlington I am currently able to offer £150 as a sign up bonus if this is your first time working with us, and a £250 bonus for successful referral to us. Other benefits of working with Service Care Solutions · Free DBS check · Free Mandatory training · Free PMVA training · Free Occupational Health Appointments (vaccinations/blood tests) · Weekly payroll · Same day payment options · Online timesheet portals for many of our clients · If you can be flexible, we can make sure you are never out of work Band 6 Registered Mental health Nurse or Crisis practitioner Team: Crisis Resolution and Home treatment Team Day or night shift pattern: 09.00- 21.40, 20.00- 08.40 Monday-Sunday Duration of contract: 3 months Role and requirements: -The successful applicant need to be able to answer crisis calls, complete intensive home treatment and complete crisis assessments. They would also need to be competent in assessing people in crisis. -Must possess a Nursing, Social Work or Occupational Therapy qualification, and Must have professional membership with the NMC, HCPC or Social Work England
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Are you an experienced CHC Nurse Assessor, passionate about ensuring patients receive high levels of quality care? If so, an established CHC team in the North East is looking for a CHC Nurse Assessor (RMNRGN/LD) for a 3 month interim contract, conducting live assessments and appeals in the . If you are a CHC Nurse Assessor looking to work remotely from home we would love to hear from you. You will be working within a supportive team with a stable and committed leadership team which is focused on improving health outcomes for the local population, this role is available nationwide due to the working from home element. As a Band 6 CHC Nurse Assessor you will be responsible for determining the eligibility for NHS Continuing Healthcare funding through new assessments, review assessments and appeals, in accordance with the National Continuing Health Care Framework. This is a full time role working 37.5 hours per week. This role will run until at least March 2021. The successful candidate can expect attractive pay rates of £38-40 per hour. Benefits of working for Randstad as a CHC Nurse Assessor: CHC recruitment specialists An unlimited referrals incentive, giving you a £300 voucher for every nurse you refer to us A free and full range of mandatory training, including safeguarding, infection control etc. Support and training in association with RCN on need to know topics, such as NMC revalidation One committed and dedicated point of contact The responsibilities of the CHC Nurse Assessor will include: Determine the eligibility of NHS CHC funding through DST assessments, reviews and appeals Working closely with families and patients to ensure the timely completion of assessments Making recommendations to appropriate CCG's and CSU's, and writing up cases to be presented at panel meetings Joint working, developing strong links health and social care colleagues, to ensure effective working Liaising with local authority teams to discuss any joint-funded applications/reviews Arranging and taking part in Continuing Healthcare assessments with other members of an MDT The successful candidate will be able to demonstrate: Strong understanding of the CHC National Framework Highly motivated and able to work autonomously Excellent written and verbal communication Excellent people management skills with the confidence to work with individuals with varying clinical conditions The minimum requirements for this role are: - NMC registered - Nursing qualification (Mental Health/General/LD) Randstad Nursing are a specialist nursing recruitment agency. Our specialist CHC consultants work with Continuing Healthcare teams across England. Whether you are looking for an interim post close to home, or nationally, we are able to assist you with a dedicated point of contact to provide support and guidance. *** Do you know a CHC Nurse Assessor looking for a new role? If so, Randstad offer a fantastic unlimited referral scheme which offers £300 in Love to Shop vouchers for any person you refer to us who we place into work. Get in touch for more information *** If you wish to apply for this role or would like to discuss any of the other opportunities we have then please contact Amie on . Randstad Care acts as an employment business when supplying temporary staff and as an employment agency when introducing candidates for permanent employment with a client. Randstad Care is an equal opportunities employer and decisions are made on merits alone. Did you know that Randstad Care have been awarded a place on the National Clinical Staffing Framework for the NHS? This means we will be able to bring you more opportunities within nursing & midwifery and clinical staffing
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  • £17943/annum Pro Rata
Adecco Sunderland has an opportunity to join a well-established company as a Data and Admin Officer for a fixed term contract till 30.06.2022. The position is part time - 22.5 hours per week. The salary: £17,943 pro rata per annum. The successful applicant will be responsible for ensuring records and files are maintained as compliant and available for inspection Main Duties & Responsibilities Provide admin and data collection services Develop and operate a monitoring system to ensure that that records and files are maintained to evidence compliance Arranging meetings and taking minutes etc. Use MI systems to input and reconcile data liaise with other teams to evaluate & improve data collection liaising effectively with internal teams, external organisations & stakeholders. Produce and present reports Comply with all relevant legislation, policy and procedure Desirable Skills and Experience Good standard of Education Exceptional administration, organisational and prioritisation skills Excellent interpersonal and communication skills Advanced IT skills 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 explaining how we will use your information is available on our website
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