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  • £170 - £200/day PAYE/UMBRELLA
A 3 months+ opportunity for a Policy and Research Analyst has arisen with a public contractor in Newbury. Job Purpose: To drive the research and policy development programme. Managing the Policy and Research Lead, this role will create and deliver a programme of internal and external research to influence policy at a national level. With management responsibilities, this role will oversee our points of view, consultation processes and ensure leaders and managers are aware of the impact of a new policy and a changing external environment. Skills and Experience: Ideally will hold a degree in a social science or similar or hold experience in a similar role. Map policy/research landscape (ideally Housing policy). Identify key issues and areas of interest by key players such as Think tanks, Academics, HAs, etc. both past (from existing research) and future horizon scanning (work underway or about to begin). Previous experience in policy and research, qualitative and quantitative data collation and analysis.Hours of work are 9am till 5pm, Monday to Friday, 37 hours per week. To apply please send your CV or email for more information
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We are currently looking for an expert Full Stack Web Developer for our client in Newbury. You will be responsible for the design, development and implementation of the web-based applications - frontend + backend. Previous experience within the financial services sector would be beneficial. The team will consist of an infrastructure team, Product Owners, Actuarial Testers and Web Developers. It is expected that you will mentor the more Junior Developers and share your knowledge and experience with the rest of the team. You must be EXPERT in the following: - Web based applications (all our client's applications are web based) - REACT JS - NODE JS (Express framework) - HTML5 and CSS - GraphQL - Good working knowledge of JAVA - MySQL and MongoDB You will be used to working within a SCRUM environment. Please send your current CV to (url removed)
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  • £75 - £80/day
A pupil referral unit based in Bury need a teaching assistant to cover a 1:1 post from October until July, ideal for anyone looking to gain specialist experience prior PGCE. Several pupils need support, they need behaviour, pastoral & academic support. The ideal candidate will be confident to make changes to timetables to suit pupils needs and the ability to recognise triggers and weaknesses. The school cater for KS3 pupils excluded within mainstream schools, so challenging behaviour is to be expected and refusal to complete work. The pupils are from varied backgrounds deprived and fortunate. If you would like more information please get in touch with Niall on (phone number removed) or email your CV to (url removed)
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HCL Mental Health have an amazing opportunity for a dedicated Locum Community Mental Health Nurse (Older Adult's Home Treatment Team) About the role: Location: Thatcham. Setting: HOSPITAL/COMMUNITY Banding: Band 6 Start Date: ASAP Duration: 3 Months + Salary: £24 per hour All of our candidates will need: The right to work in the UK 2-3 years experience working with mental health patients An enhanced DBS Current NMC/HCPC registration About HCL Mental Health: HCL Mental Health is one of the UK's leading suppliers of high quality mental health professionals. We work with candidates to provide flexible, career-boosting roles all across the UK. With years of experience, a huge number of awards and relationships with hundreds of NHS trusts & private hospitals in every corner of Britain, we can offer you opportunities to suit your lifestyle and ambitions - whether on a locum or permanent basis. Benefits HCL Mental Health can offer you: Weekly payment Competitive pay rates Refer a friend scheme* Opportunities with hundreds of NHS trusts and local authorities Access to exclusive placements A dedicated recruitment consultant A dedicated registration team to help you through the application process Free mandatory training HCL is an equal opportunities employer and welcomes applications regardless of sex, age, race, sexual orientation, gender reassignment, marriage and civil partnership, religion and belief, pregnancy and maternity or disability. *Terms and conditions apply. This vacancy is based in the United Kingdom. HCL Workforce Solutions operate in the UK and can only process applications from candidates who are currently UK residents and eligible to work in the UK. Whilst we will endeavour to contact you following your response, due to the high volume of applications we regret that this cannot always be possible. If you have not had notification from us within 30 days please take your application as not being successful this time but we will keep your details on file for future opportunities
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  • £65 - £75/day
Do you have a background in care or education or even both? We are looking for a driven individual to work in our Secondary School based in Bury. You will be supporting students aged 11-18 with learning difficulties. The college itself has specialist facilities and provides a spacious, calm and safe environment in which young people can thrive and learn. The college caters for a range of student needs such as: Physical disabilities Sensory impairments Medical conditions Emotional support/mental health Autism/aspergers Specific learning difficulties such as dyslexia, dyspraxia, dyscalculia Academic /study skills support Literacy/numeracy/language support Job Responsibilities: Supporting students with their learning Providing help with day to day tasks and navigation around the college Building rapport with students and staff Liaising with teaching staff and SENCo Working with external agencies Preferred Skills: PMLD experience TA experience Care background experience (not a necessity) DBS on the update service- Randstad can provide if candidate does not already hold one.Personal attributes Patient A caring and nurturing nature A genuine care and interest in helping students succeed Extremely reliable and punctual.Randstad is deeply committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all applicants, staff and volunteers to share this. Candidates who are short-listed for interview must ensure that references can be obtained by us prior to the interview. Please note this appointment is subject to enhanced DBS, medical and reference checks. If you feel you are suited to this role, please apply to (url removed) or for more information please call (phone number removed) to speak to Rebecca
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  • £110 - £120/day
Have you got expert knowledge in the sciences? Could you inspire pupils to reach for the stars? Do your lessons really get a reaction? Can you help children grow and develop in the classroom? If this sounds like you, we are currently recruiting for a Science Teacher Role in a Bury area Secondary School and Sixth Form. We will Pay To Scale for this role. If you are local, or you're willing to travel from the surrounding area, then apply today! This position is open to NQTs Benefits: Free training, both online and on-site 'Refer-a-Friend' scheme, with a chance of earning £300 Continuous career development opportunities Supportive and outgoing colleagues Your responsibilities will include: Creating a positive learning environment to promote learning Using a variety of teaching strategies to motivate and challenge students, and ensure high levels of interest Produce reports for parents in line with the school calendar Contribute to subject development by producing, reviewing and updating curriculum plans and schemes of workRequirements: Ability to teach science subjects to GCSE and Biology to A-Level Knowledge of the National Curriculum for Science and the GCSE syllabus QTS / QTLS or equivalent A drive to inspire the next generation Access to own vehicle is preferred Sounds good? Apply today! Get in touch on (phone number removed) and ask for Lewis, or email (url removed). This could be the start of something amazing
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  • £65 - £75/day
Do you have a background in care or education or even both? We are looking for a driven individual to work in our Further Education College based in Bury. You will be supporting students aged 16+ with learning difficulties. The college itself has specialist facilities and provides a spacious, calm and safe environment in which young people can thrive and learn. The college caters for a range of student needs such as: Physical disabilities Sensory impairments Medical conditions Emotional support/mental health Autism/aspergers Specific learning difficulties such as dyslexia, dyspraxia, dyscalculia Academic /study skills support Literacy/numeracy/language support Job Responsibilities: Supporting students with their learning Providing help with day to day tasks and navigation around the college Building rapport with students and staff Liaising with teaching staff and SENCo Working with external agencies Preferred Skills: PMLD experience TA experience Care background experience (not a necessity) DBS on the update service- Randstad can provide if candidate does not already hold one.Personal attributes Patient A caring and nurturing nature A genuine care and interest in helping students succeed Extremely reliable and punctual.Randstad is deeply committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all applicants, staff and volunteers to share this. Candidates who are short-listed for interview must ensure that references can be obtained by us prior to the interview. Please note this appointment is subject to enhanced DBS, medical and reference checks. If you feel you are suited to this role, please apply to (url removed) or for more information please call (phone number removed) to speak to Rebecca
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The Redline Group are currently seeking an experienced Mechanical Design Engineer - Pressure Vessels to be responsible for pressure vessels design from customer specification. Our client is an industry leading, international company based in Berkshire and are looking for an individual that will be able to produce quality designs to ASME VIII and PD5500 codes. The Role - Mechanical Design Engineer - Pressure Vessels: Develop 3-D and 2-D designs using AutoCAD and/or Autodesk Inventor Design pressure vessel designs from scratch Progress existing concepts to a fully detailed design suitable for manufacture Maintain accurate design records in accordance with company document control procedures Prepare preliminary material lists based on design specifications About You: AutoCAD experience essential Knowledge of ASME VIII and PD5500 essential Autodesk Inventor experience preferred Work with minimal supervision Self-motivated approach For more information or to apply for the Mechanical Design Engineer - Pressure Vessels in Berkshire please contact Adam MacCionaoith on either (phone number removed) or (url removed) quoting ref AJM4749/48. Visit and follow Redline Group Twitter:@redlinegroupuk LinkedIn:(url removed)/company/redline-group-ltd
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I am on the lookout for 4x L3 IP Engineers who will be primarily responsible for the remote configuration and commissioning of customer solutions over the MSP,…
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Optima Site Solutions are currently looking for Carpenter for Monday 20/01/2020 start in Newbury, Berkshire. The work involve 1st and 2nd fix work on a commercial refurbishment working for a sub-contractor a client of Optima's who we have been supplying for many years. Applicants applying must hold valid CSCS card and be able to provide Optima with two references to back up that you have been working recently and to make sure that we are following correct compliance procedures for our client. Carpenter Newbury Few Weeks Contract CSCS Card Day Shifts Paid Weekly £18.00 per hour / Negotiable 5 days per week 8 hours on site available per shift Please contact Andy (phone number removed) or Luiza (phone number removed) at Optima Site Solutions, full contact details will be attached to this email
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