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PSR Solutions are currently recruiting for CSCS Labourers for a upcoming project in Colchester Working Hours: 07:30-17:30 Duties: General Labouring Requirements CSCS Card Full PPE Professional ReferenceIf you are a labourer looking for work in Colchester please apply to this advert with your full CV
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PSR Solutions are currently recruiting for an experienced CSCS Cleaner to start immediately on a construction site in South Ockendon. Start Date: 27/05/2020 Working Hours: 07:30-17:30 Duties: General Welfare Duties You must be able to drive to site for this role Requirements CSCS Card Driving License Professional ReferenceIf you are interested in this role please apply through this advert
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We have 1 Day Concierge opportunity for a residential development located in Chelmsford. As a Concierge you will be responsible for the delivery of the highest levels of customer service to all residents, guests and external contractors at the Development and will be the first and main point of contact for all queries. Your key day-to-day duties will involve operation of the Concierge Desk, reporting to head office management and monitoring on-site security. Concierge key duties: Ensuring the provision of excellent concierge services Building strong working relationships with residents, guests, external contractors and colleagues Conducting regular site inspections and operations Acting as the main point of contact for all queries from residents and guests Helping to ensure the safety of all residents, guest and staff Occasionally getting involved with and assisting our Sales department Assist with Surveyor valuations and assessmentsThe ideal candidate will have significant experience gained within a similar concierge role and a background in delivering excellent customer service. You will also have: Excellent written and verbal communication skills Good understanding of Health and Safety processesWorking Hours: Monday- Friday 8am-6pm Saturday 8am- 1pm Salary: £11.50ph Location: CM2 (Chelmsford) Start date: ASAP Apply with your CV today. Unfortunately, if you've not heard from us within two weeks, please assume your application has not been successful on this occasion
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My local authority client in Essex are seeking 5 Enforcement Officers to join their newly created team to deal with both day and night tactical enforcement. This will be tackling Low level Anti-social Behaviour/Gatherings/Referrals of Rough Sleepers/Environmental issues. You will be out and about in the district so need access to a vehicle or be able to use a pool car so will need a clean drivers license. You will need: You will need to have had recent experience dealing with low level anti-social behaviour Experience with investigations and enforcement Recent local authority or housing association experience You will need a clean DBS/Access to a vehicleIf interested call (phone number removed) or apply to this advert directly! g2 Recruitment are committed to equality of opportunity for all applications from individuals are encouraged regardless of age, disability, sex, gender reassignment, sexual orientation, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion or belief and marriage and civil partnerships or any other characteristic protected by law
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Fawkes & Reece are working with a leading UK Housebuilder, in assisting them with recruiting of a Freelance Site Manager for one of their sites based in the Essex area. You will be responsible for overseeing the finishing and completion of traditional build houses, overseeing up to 20 units per time. You will have a keen eye for the detail and an excellent knowledge of NHBC and building control. You must hold a valid CSCS, SMSTS and First Aid and this contract is due to start in June. Please could you apply to be considered for this opportunity or contact Lee Murphy from the Fawkes & Reece London office
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Tradewind Social Care are currently recruiting for a Qualified Children's Social Workers for the Assessment and Interventions Team in Essex - Harlow Managing a defined caseload, the Social Worker is responsible for working effectively with children, young people & families/carers to achieve positive change and improved outcomes. This includes enquiry, assessment, purposeful intervention through direct work and review in relation to Child Protection, Child in Need and Children Looked After, achieving permanency through care for Children in Care Main duties: Assess, plan, review and provide support to a child, family or carer with complex family or social care needs, taking full account of appropriate legal frameworks, policy and guidance Assess family functioning, providing help and support, when relationship breakdown threatens to impair the health or well-being of children at risk of abuse or neglect Work collaboratively, building effective working relationships with other professionals, internally and externally to help children, young people and families improve and gain control of their lives when safety or ability to participate in their community is restricted Carry out an assessment or enquiry and plan responses to safeguard a child from abuse, neglect or exploitation, building effective relationships with children, adults and families as appropriate, including intervention when information or circumstances suggest there may be a need to remove a child from their parents or carers Arrange appropriate alternative care (including, where appropriate a permanent home) in collaboration with children, young people and their parents/carers where the parents/carers cannot care for them Accountable for making recommendations about whether a case has reached the threshold for statutory intervention Promoting autonomy and development with individuals who have complex social needs and are more vulnerable as a result of disability, exclusion, or diminished capacity, for example, working with people with learning disabilities, physical disabilities or diminished capacity Carry out age and human rights assessments as appropriate Essential Skills & Experience needed: Must have qualified experience within an Assessment and Interventions 2 years minimum experience within the local authority Social Work qualification e.g. Degree in Social Work; DipSW or equivalent Be registered with the HCPC Satisfactory Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) disclosure at enhanced level is required Please send your CV to: heather.scase
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Tradewind Social Care are currently recruiting for a Qualified Children's Social Workers for the Family Support and Protection Team in Essex - Basildon Managing a defined caseload, the Social Worker is responsible for working effectively with children, young people & families/carers to achieve positive change and improved outcomes. This includes enquiry, assessment, purposeful intervention through direct work and review in relation to Child Protection, Child in Need and Children Looked After, achieving permanency through care for Children in Care Main duties: Assess, plan, review and provide support to a child, family or carer with complex family or social care needs, taking full account of appropriate legal frameworks, policy and guidance Assess family functioning, providing help and support, when relationship breakdown threatens to impair the health or well-being of children at risk of abuse or neglect Work collaboratively, building effective working relationships with other professionals, internally and externally to help children, young people and families improve and gain control of their lives when safety or ability to participate in their community is restricted Carry out an assessment or enquiry and plan responses to safeguard a child from abuse, neglect or exploitation, building effective relationships with children, adults and families as appropriate, including intervention when information or circumstances suggest there may be a need to remove a child from their parents or carers Arrange appropriate alternative care (including, where appropriate a permanent home) in collaboration with children, young people and their parents/carers where the parents/carers cannot care for them Accountable for making recommendations about whether a case has reached the threshold for statutory intervention Promoting autonomy and development with individuals who have complex social needs and are more vulnerable as a result of disability, exclusion, or diminished capacity, for example, working with people with learning disabilities, physical disabilities or diminished capacity Carry out age and human rights assessments as appropriate Essential Skills & Experience needed: Must have current qualified experience within a Family Support and Protection Team Must have court experience 2 years minimum experience within the local authority Social Work qualification e.g. Degree in Social Work; DipSW or equivalent Be registered with the HCPC Satisfactory Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) disclosure at enhanced level is required Please send your CV to: heather.scase
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Year 4 Teacher, Chelmsford (September 2020) We are working with a popular, two-form, community based school in the Chelmsford area who are seeking to take on an enthusiastic, confident KS2 Teacher for September 2020. This role is open to NQTs and experienced teachers, as the school will offer continued CPD and support throughout the school year. The School and position: Popular 2 form entry school Teaching a KS2 class Support from partner teacher in the year group Solid SLT to support both NQTs and experienced teachers 1 Year fixed term contract The successful Primary Teacher will: Be qualified with UK QTS Be eligible to work in the UK Have extensive subject knowledge Possess good organisational skills Show ability to commit to learning and development of pupils Also support the school's working ethos Possess strong planning and behaviour management skills The role of this Primary Teacher is: To establish a purposeful learning environment To adhere to a clear framework for classroom discipline and strategies for recognising, encouraging and rewarding good behaviour To set challenging teaching and learning objectives which are relevant to all pupils To make appropriate use of a range of monitoring and assessment strategies to evaluate pupils progress Demonstrate commitment to professional development and learning and development of pupils PLEASE NOTE: Only successful candidates will be contacted for this role, although there will be other opportunities available. If you have a friend who you think would be interested in this role then please refer them to us and you could earn £150 from our Refer a Friend scheme
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  • £28.00 - £30.00/hour
This is a great opportunity for a Social Worker to join the Hospital Discharge Team. This is a locum Social Work position based in Essex County Council. The social worker will be working in a busy environment working to KPI's. Benefits for you as a Social Worker Brilliant pay at £28.00 per hour - £30.00 per hour Great opportunity to enhance your CV. Essex Council is accessible via the multiple railway links traveling through London and the many motorways passing through Essex. Your responsibilities as a Social Worker Working to KPI's Carry out care plans Undertake care packages Carry out Mental Capacity Act Assessments Work under the Care Act 2014 Work with a range of service users with may different needs Requirements of a Social Worker Qualified Social Worker BA/DipSW/CQSW or equivalent Current registration with Social Work England 2 years post qualifying UK experience Why should you choose Charles Hunter Associates? You will have you own dedicated consultant that will work endlessly to assure the whole process is a smooth running as possible You'll have a Free DBS and compliance service if needed Eligibility to thousands of jobs through our National Client Network Loyalty bonus for your dedication with working alongside us If you are interested in the role, please call Zoe Bellinger on (phone number removed)
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More Recruitment Solutions are looking for an experienced Children's Services Social Care Worker on behalf of a local authority based in Essex. Family Operations delivers direct provision of services relating to vulnerable children, young people and complex families. These services will be delivered against specifications set by the People Commissioning function in line with the County Council's overarching outcomes. The role reports directly to a Team Manager and will be a member of a small team of children, young people & families professionals focussed on delivering excellent social work practice within given area of service including, but not limited to Assessment & Intervention, Family Support & Protection, Children in Care & Leaving Care, Fostering & Adoption. The postholder is responsible for bringing to bear the highest possible standards in Social Work practice, ability and skills, working in accordance with defined legal frameworks, Policy and Procedures. Job Purpose Summary Managing a defined caseload, the Social Worker is responsible for working effectively with children, young people & families/carers to achieve positive change and improved outcomes. This includes enquiry, assessment, purposeful intervention through direct work and review in relation to Child Protection, Child in Need and Children Looked After, achieving permanency through care for Children in Care Role Specific Accountabilities Assess, plan, review and provide support to a child, family or carer with complex family or social care needs, taking full account of appropriate legal frameworks, policy and guidance Assess family functioning, providing help and support, when relationship breakdown threatens to impair the health or well-being of children at risk of abuse or neglect Work collaboratively, building effective working relationships with other professionals, internally and externally to help children, young people and families improve and gain control of their lives when safety or ability to participate in their community is restricted Carry out an assessment or enquiry and plan responses to safeguard a child from abuse, neglect or exploitation, building effective relationships with children, adults and families as appropriate, including intervention when information or circumstances suggest there may be a need to remove a child from their parents or carers Arrange appropriate alternative care (including, where appropriate a permanent home) in collaboration with children, young people and their parents/carers where the parents/carers cannot care for them Accountable for making recommendations about whether a case has reached the threshold for statutory intervention Promoting autonomy and development with individuals who have complex social needs and are more vulnerable as a result of disability, exclusion, or diminished capacity, for example, working with people with learning disabilities, physical disabilities or diminished capacity Carry out age and human rights assessments as appropriate Maintain up to date, accurate and high-quality records of activity on cases. Participate in a range of planning and decision-making forums including case discussions, Strategy Meetings, Legal Planning meetings, Child Protection Conferences, Statutory Reviews Make a report to support an application for a care, adoption or other order as relevant Write court reports and give evidence in relation to children at risk during legal proceedings Assess people's suitability as foster carers, kinship carers (including Special Guardians), or adopters Act as Practice Educators for social work qualifying course students on practice placements (as appropriate) or Assessor for Newly Qualified Social Workers completing their ASYE Working with communities, families and individuals to maximise or promote their personal strengths, social networks and resources Hold a caseload of a level of complexity and provide case management, guidance, support and expert advice to social care staff, students and newly qualified social workers, as and when required Non-Line Manager Core Accountabilities Understand the needs of your customers and deliver the best possible outcomes through exemplar behaviour in accordance with ECC's Values and Core Organisational Behaviours Contribute to development of organisational capability by taking ownership of your own training and development, including identifying and taking part in training and development activity and responding to feedback on performance Thinking creatively, challenging the norms, and constructively challenging those around them (including those more senior) to ensure continuous improvement and commercial astuteness, and inspire the same in colleagues Take responsibility for identifying and responding to areas of risk including Health and Safety and Business Continuity Work as part of project or process teams as required under the new operating model, ensuring excellent cross functional output Diploma or Degree in Social Work, CQSW, CSS or equivalent Registration with the Health & Care Professions Council (HCPC) as Registered Social Worker Demonstrable capability of practice in accordance with current professional standards eg Professional Capability Framework (PCF), Knowledge & Skills Statement (KSS) Demonstrate ability in the application of SW knowledge, using emotional intelligence, analytical skills and act with confidence in challenging social and family situations
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