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  • £30.00 - £35.00/hour + Benefits
Social Worker - Children in Care Team - Kent Role: Social Worker Location: Kent Team: Children in Care Team Pay: Upto £35 per hour Contract: Full Time Locum The ideal Qualified Social Worker for this Children in Care team in Kent will have 12 months experience with a relevant ASYE or 18-24 months Post Qualifying experience Alongside this you will have: HCPC Registration Social Work Qualification Recent DBS Check (or we can do one for you) Locum work can provide a flexible lifestyle as you can decide when and where to work. The financial rewards are good, but you must be prepared to hit the ground running immediately with enthusiasm and empathy for your service users. To apply for this Qualified Social Worker role in the Children in Care team in Kent please contact Ric on (Apply online only). Sheldon Phillips - It's our job to care too
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Programme Manager Management Grouping: Finance & Corporate Services Team: Transformation & Change Location: Civic Offices Salary: GBP34,149 - GBP44,850...
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  • £17500 - £18500/annum
A fantastic opportunity has arisen for a customer service coordinator to join my clients head office in Kings Hill. The role will be responsible for the following: - Answering incoming calls from clients - Complete online forms and enter details onto the system - Deal with client call backs - Identify and escalate customer complaints - Offer all customers an outstanding service. We are looking for candidates who are interested in an office based customer service role and who have experience of offering customers good levels of experience. Knowledge of working in an office environment would be an advantage but not essential. Other key skills required are: - Excellent communication skills - Attention to detail - Good at building relationships In return, you will be offered a good basic salary with the opportunity to join a company that has a fantastic reputation for developing staff. You will be offered very good, on-going training and support and a full benefits package
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Social Worker – Child Protection Officer (CPO) North London Full-Time, Substantial post qualifying experience, HCPC Registered, Diploma in Social Work or equivalent Degree. We’re Medicare First, a nationwide social care recruitment provider specialising in finding qualified social work professionals for temporary and permanent work across the UKs local authorities. We work to provide a fair and ethical service to the workers we represent; it is central to our business ethos. The well-being of vulnerable adults and children and younger people can only be properly supported when our teams deliver on their commitment to our worker community. Job Description Managing a defined caseload, the Social Worker is responsible for working effectively with children, young people and 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 Key Responsibilities and Accountabilities. This role reports to the Team Manager. About the client (amend each time) Our client is a forward thinking Council based in South London. The role in the Children’s and Families department is focused on the delivery 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. Job summary * Chair Statutory Child Placement reviews. * Provide consultation/guidance to operational staff on practice or procedural issues in relation child protection, including matters arising from child protection conferences. * Play a part in quality assurance, through regular audits and monitoring of practice in relation to Reviews and Conferences and providing individual feedback to operational staff and managers. * Liaise with other agencies and services working within the field of child care. * Involvement in the delivery of relevant training, or other information sharing with Children and family services or to multi-agency audiences as part of councils safeguarding board. * Contribute to the planning and development of services to children in relation to child protection. * Support where appropriate, the work of the Team Manager. * Be part of team monitoring and evaluation, of the effectiveness of current policy, procedures, practice and resources and to report deficiencies to managers. * Establish, develop and maintain productive working relationships, through liaison and joint work with other agencies, organisations, groups and individuals within the team’s operational remit. What we need from you * Degree or equivalent in social work * Current HCPC registration * Significant senior level frontline experience within children's services * 2 years post qualified with experience within local authority child protection teams If you are passionate about delivering a high standard of social care and would like to work in a supportive forward-thinking environment, we would like to hear from you if you think you meet the requirements. What you will receive from us * Medicare First is a first tier recruitment provider to local authorities so you will have access to opportunities before they reach many other agencies * Opportunity as a Medicare First worker to access continued lines of work * Excellent rates of pay both (Umbrella companies, Limited Company and PAYE welcomed) * Your own dedicated consultant who will manage your registrations through to clearance * Your own personal consultant * Regularly meetings and visits with your consultant * Quick and Easy Registration Process If this sound like a role for you then please Apply today, alternatively for more information call Ben Davis on (Apply online only) or email
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Salary Details: Negotiable depending on skills and experience, with company benefits Benefits * 22 days’ holiday plus Bank Holidays * Salary sacrifice schemes including childcare vouchers * Workplace Pension and Life Assurance * Employee Assistance Programme * IMI (ATA) Accreditation Support, through our Nationwide Academy * Mobile Phone Discount Scheme and My Nationwide Car Scheme * Tool Club * My Nationwide Rewards, which includes discounts at Major supermarkets, High Street retailers, Travel & much more! Average saving is around £500 per year * UniformAre you a future Nationwider? About Us Nationwide aims to be the employer of choice within the accident repair industry. We put a lot of time and effort into finding and nurturing the very best candidates for every job, recognising and rewarding your achievements and supporting your personal development. Achieving this goal will help us maintain our position as the one of Europe’s leading accident repair networks. It will also enable us to set the standard by which all other accident repair centres are measured. Nationwide is one of Europe’s largest accident repair networks with 120+ bodyshops, mobile repair, glazing and accident management services. Since our inception, we have set the industry benchmark in accident repair and we continue to provide services to the world’s most recognised car manufacturers and dealerships from all over the world using our tried and tested award-winning approach. We have doubled in size in the last 2 years and with future expansion on the horizon it has never been a better time to join the team. The job of a Customer Service Advisor * As part of a team of specialist Customer Service Advisors you are the face of our Bodyshops. You are responsible for booking customer cars in for repair/attention which is why an important aspect of the role is to prepare job cards and files as necessary, all the while maintaining and efficient and effective filing system for associated paperwork. You will also need to be able to provide vehicle progress reports when requested by the customer. You will arrange and allocate courtesy cars for customers and on completion of the job, collect payment from the customer, paying particular attention to banking/ security arrangements and the payment of excesses on certain insurance policiesYou will report into (insert name of GM), General Manager who has been at Nationwide for (insert number of years in business) years. He is as passionate about Customers as he is about his Team and is absolutely determined to make his Bodyshop the best in group. It’s an amazing team! What you will be doing Our Bodyshop is fast paced and exciting with lots of opportunity to make an incredible difference and apply your expertise and skill. In the job of Customer Service Advisor the most important part of your job is to ensure complete customer satisfaction. It’s your job to liaise between the customer, the bodyshop and any 3rd parties to ensure each and every customer has a first class service. Another very important aspect of the job is teamwork as you will be working with other colleagues in the bodyshop as well as across other functional areas. So what about career progression? Well the world is your oyster at Nationwide. As long as you have the right attitude and do a great job, Nationwide will invest in your learning, development and job progression. There are many more jobs in Nationwide that you might be interested in and we will invest in you to help you reach your goals. Take Rachel Fisher, Customer Service Advisor at Gateshead: Rachel is one of our most outstanding Customer Service Advisors and when asked how she is so successful she advised us “I feel like we are moving away from the stigma of the motor trade being a predominately male oriented environment, Nationwide are taking an active role in promoting this. I'm a firm believer that it's the team that make a company what it is, my colleagues and I have a mutual respect for each other. I personally feel these people have become more like extended family than they are colleagues.” What we think good looks like As a Customer Service Advisor we would like you to have an interest and passion in what we do. With a professional appearance we would also appreciate it if you have a customer focus and teamwork mentality and are IT Literate. Problem solving and understanding when to escalate problems would be highly advantageous as would the ability to identify and fully support development of retail sales opportunities. As a given you must have experience working in fast paced role, within the automotive industry, be that dealership, accident repair, or sales. We will help and support you with the rest What happens next? Press the Apply button now to start your application Once you have applied for the job, we will initially consider your skills and experience based on your CV and application. If you match the job, we will be in touch with you to advise you of the next stage in the process. Nationwide is an equal opportunities employer and positively welcomes all applications from suitably qualified and eligible candidates regardless of sex, race, disability, age, sexual orientation, gender reassignment, religion or belief, marital status, or pregnancy and maternity. We’re Social Follow us on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn & YouTube to see our latest news, events and other job opportunities #WeFixYourCareer #OneNationwideOneTeam Please note: On accepting an offer of employment with Nationwide, you are providing us with permission and consent to proceed with our reference and vetting process. Our offers of employment are subject to satisfactory references and in some cases a criminal records check. We may require information that covers the last 6 years of your employment and personal history. You will be required to provide evidence of your eligibility to work in the UK. Please ensure you have this information available
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  • £28000 - £41000/annum
Are you an experienced Paint Sprayer looking to earn £28k basic and up to £41K OTE Igloo are currently looking to recruit a Vehicle Paint Sprayer to work in Sheerness, Kent. Successful candidates will be working on brand new vehicles so your skills must be up to date and able to work to highest standards. Hours are Monday to Friday, 6am to 3:30pm with possible overtime. Salary and Bonus paid weekly. This role is long term with great opportunities! Please get in touch with Gabby or Lina on (Apply online only) for more information, alternatively please send your CV to for an immediate interview! Prefer a call back Please text (Apply online only) with your name and a time convenient for us to call. Like the sound of this role but too far from home We have numerous sites all over the UK and we are often looking to recruit for our growing customers. Please get in contact to hear more
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  • £200 - £210/day Depending on experience
Kilkern are recruiting for a Civils Supervisor. To be based in Margate, Kent Starting immediately Prestigious Company Long term work Temp to Perm opportunities £220 PD depending on experience The successful candidate must have their supervisor tickets and must be experienced working on Cable Installation projects. If interested in discussing further, please apply and one of our consultants will call you back. Kilkern are the UKs leading Labour Hire and Recruitment Company for the Infrastructure and Civil Engineering Sector. With separate divisions covering Rail, Water and Tunnelling
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  • £210 - £220/day Depending on experience
Kilkern are recruiting for a Civils Supervisor. To be based in Margate, Kent Starting immediately Prestigious Company Long term work Temp to Perm opportunities £220 PD depending on experience The successful candidate must have their supervisor tickets and must be experienced working on Cable Installation projects. If interested in discussing further, please apply and one of our consultants will call you back. Kilkern are the UKs leading Labour Hire and Recruitment Company for the Infrastructure and Civil Engineering Sector. With separate divisions covering Rail, Water and Tunnelling
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Our client produces commercial and defence electronics for flight and engine control, electronic warfare, surveillance, communications, geospatial intelligence, and power and energy management. They are looking to fill multiple contract roles for 6 months, but this is likely to be extended. Rate is £40 p/hr but this could be negotiated upwards for the right candidate. The spec is below, I look forward to hearing from you.... Job Description An exciting opportunity has arisen within Electronic Systems at Rochester for a Software Engineer. The Software Engineer will work as part of an integrated project team developing world-leading systems As a Software Engineer your main responsibilities will involve: Working in a team environment to develop software that meets the complex and demanding requirements of our customers. This software provides high-integrity solutions for our military and commercial systems. As a Software Engineer your skills will ideally include: Experience of safety-critical, real-time, embedded software development for airborne equipment Software design using UML Coding in C Adherence to DO-178B/C Levels A to C Software integration, verification and rig-testing skills Experience with Simulink modelling and testing Knowledge of electronics Problem solving skills What we are looking for in you Due to the nature of this role you will need to have excellent team skills, be self-motivated, fast-learning and have the ability to prioritise and manage your own work with minimal guidance. View our latest jobs today on our website and follow us on Facebook, Twitter & LinkedIn
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Commercial Aerospace project require a large number of Software Engineers for work on flight control systems to level DO178B. Job Description As a Software Engineer your main responsibilities will involve: Working in a team environment to develop software that meets the complex and demanding requirements of our customers. This software provides high-integrity solutions for our commercial systems. As a Software Engineer your skills will ideally include: Software integration, verification and rig-testing skills Experience using Python, and VectorCAST Experience of safety-critical, real-time, embedded software development for airborne equipment Experience with Simulink modelling/design and testing Coding in C Adherence to DO-178B/C Level A Knowledge of control systems Problem solving skills What we are looking for in you Due to the nature of this role you will need to have excellent team skills, be self-motivated, fast-learning and have the ability to prioritise and manage your own work with minimal guidance. View our latest jobs today on our website and follow us on Facebook, Twitter & LinkedIn
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