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  • £39903/annum + bonus and relocation package
Maths Teacher (Key Stage 3 & 4) - The Falkland Islands £39,903 per annum + bonus and relocation package (dependent on qualifications & experience) 2-4 year contract (extendable upon mutual agreement) OR two terms supply cover until Aug 2020 Are you a dynamic Maths Teacher with an adventurous side seeking a new challenge? Look no further! We are very pleased to be working on behalf of the Falklands Islands Government to appoint a new Maths Teacher to work within the main island secondary school, commencing in January 2020. This a truly exciting position and will offer the right candidate the experience of a lifetime. The Falkland Islands is a British Overseas Territory, with a full internal self-government, it covers a land area of 4700 square miles (12,000 square kilometres) and a coastline estimated at 800 miles (1,300 km). The archipelago consists of two main islands: West Falkland and East Falkland, and about 776 small and very small islands, mostly uninhabited. The Falkland Islands are a small, thriving, self-sufficient community with a British way of life, benefiting from excellent local services, beautiful scenery and the glorious absence of traffic jams! The FIG and the island will offer a warm welcome to the successful candidate (and their family!). The role Education on the Falkland Islands is unique. The Islands have a small population, with big ambitions. It will be your job to help turn these ambitions into reality. The successful candidate will be required to teach Key Stage 3 & 4 Maths up to and including GCSE within the secondary school located on the main island of Stanley. You will have a proven track record of successful Science teaching, ensuring the best possible progress and academic outcomes for students through planning and delivering engaging and differentiated lessons to a high standard on a daily basis. The person Professionally, you will be a resilient and self-motivated individual, with qualified teacher status and at least 2 years post NQT teaching experience. Experience of teaching GCSE & IGCSE Maths within Key Stage 3 and Key Stage 4 is essential for this position. Personally, you should have a sense of adventure, resilience and a love for the outdoors due to the remote and rural nature of this position. The package & benefits * Salary of £39,903 for teachers with 5 years+ experience * Low rates of income tax * 25% gratuity, payable at the end of the contract * Airfare for the post holder and dependants at the beginning and end of contract, as well as airfares for return flights after every full year of the contract * A relocation grant * Subsidised accommodation to rent * Free education locally for dependent children to GCSE level and possible allowance for overseas studies thereafter * Fixed term contracts of between 2 and 4 years in the first instance with potential for extension or two terms supply until Aug 2020 Visit (url removed)/maths-falklands for more information The Falkland Islands Government has appointed Protocol to support the recruitment of this position and for an informal and confidential discussion about this role contact Lauren Cartledge (phone number removed) or email (url removed) NO AGENCIES PLEASE
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Consultant Social Worker Norfolk Childrens Advice & Duty Service £275 per day 3 Month ongoing The service provides a single point of contact for professionals, children and their families who have safeguarding concerns relating to children in Norfolk. Those working within the service will offer consultation and expert advice to referrers in order that safe and timely decisions are made about children. This is a new role and has been developed to ensure that children receive support from services that are best placed to meet their needs. The Children's Advice and Duty Service Consultant Social Workers will discuss the concerns with the referrer, negotiate and agree a pathway for the child going forward. This may include offering advice and guidance through coaching partner agencies raising the concern. Consultant Social Workers will work alongside Pathway Advisors who will provide support, advice and guidance for professionals, children and their families where there are no safeguarding concerns but the children concerned are in need of support to ensure Key objectives: * To ensure timely and safe decision making for children. * To ensure that children get the right support from the service most likely to be able to meet their needs. * To support others, both internal and external to the department, to improve their practice. * To ensure all partner agencies consider consent (unless to do so, compromises the child's safety) and take a holistic look at the family issues/needs. * Consistent information sharing and decision making * Every contact will have an outcome * Reduction in the number of social work assessments which are inappropriately directed to Social Care teams, including the removal of duplicate information. * Improve working relationships between agency partners within and external to any Children's Advice and Duty Service model. * Preventing unnecessary accommodation of children Benefits of working with us: - SCS will fund the £9 a week fee via ARCH Umbrella company! - SCS will pay £150 to any new Qualified Social Workers after 4 weeks in an assignment - SCS offer £250 for every Qualified Social Worker you refer over to us!(£150 after 6 weeks in the assignment and £100 after completing 12 weeks) - SCS will offer £150 to Qualified Social Workers sourcing their own job and referring it to the agency! - SCS will pay up to £250 each year to help with your Continuing Professional Development. - SCS will pay a "Thank you" bonus to Qualified Social Workers after each 12-month period they complete with SCS. If you are interested in discussing the role in depth, or know of anyone who may be, please contact Theo at Service Care Solutions on (phone number removed) or email (url removed)
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  • £300/week Rolling contract
TXM Recruit are looking for a Shift Production Manager working for an engineering firm business based in Norwich on a 6 month contract with a rate of up to £300 with travel and a very good pension. Shift Production Manager Job Requirements: * Responsible in the assistance of contract and permanent employees deputising for the depot manager where required. * Deliver objectives for operations, safety and production. * Ability to work under your own initiative ensuring the deliverables are adhered to. Shift Production Manager Experience: * Open to other similar engineering fields. * Must have come from an engineering production or manufacturing background. * Will ideally have worked within a managerial role for a number of years with a prove track record. If you meet the above requirement and are interested in this Shift Production Manager role, please send through your cv and we’ll be in touch. TXM Recruit is an equal opportunities employer. If you have any specific requirements or require assistance or reasonable adjustments to be made for you during the selection process due to disability or long-term health condition, we will do our best to assist you
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  • £19000 - £21000/annum
Looking for a Technical Clerk on an initial contract basis for an Engineering company based in Thetford. The job is straight forward in terms of what they are looking for. Reporting into the Document Control Manager you will be responsible for the following: Work with project engineers to produce technical project documentation/client documentation by following best practices, for multiple projects, for submission to clients for review in a timely manner. Work with the Project Managers to highlight any problems with documents and make the relevant amendments. Liaising directly with clients to clear documentation issues. Creation of technical operating manuals. Creation of technical certification manuals. Ensuring the project documentation is completed to the relevant time frame.Candidate requirements Basic engineering knowledge/ability to read technical drawings. Competency using Microsoft Office and an ability to learn various web-based programs. An ability to organise work load and time management.At Tec Partners we are committed to being an inclusive organisation that provides equality of opportunity to all in terms of employment, recruitment and the service we provide to our customers. We welcome applications from all suitably qualified persons regardless of their race, sex, disability, religion/belief, sexual orientation or age
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  • £9 - £9.50/hour
We are looking for a temporary Team Organiser for an ongoing role based in Norwich. Ideally you will have experience with procurement systems, have strong organisational skills, demonstrate good attention to detail and be happy to assist in other tasks when required. There may be shift work available during busy periods, so some flexibility would be expected
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  • £18 - £25/annum Salary Negotiable
1st Staff are looking to recruit Outreach Tutors to work in Norwich. Whether you’re a Qualified Teacher, Unqualified Teacher, Higher Level Teaching Assistant (HLTA), Teaching Assistant (TA), Home Tutor, Learning Mentor or Support Worker, we want to hear from you today! We work with all ages between early years foundation through to 18 and beyond with or without an EHC plan that have Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND) including; SEMH (Social, Emotional and Mental Health) Difficulties, Autism (ASD), Moderate Learning Difficulties (MLD) and Severe Learning Difficulties (SLD) at Outreach Provisions. and within the childs home As an Outreach Tutor, you will be expected to develop a good rapport with children and young people in order to support them effectively with their learning. You will, therefore, need to have an excellent understanding of SEND, be dynamic and proactive and have strong behaviour management skills. Your role will involve tutoring children and ensuring that they have a good understanding of the subject matter before the lesson finishes. You will also need to have good Maths and English skills and be able to tutor children through various subject matter within these areas at GCSE and BTEC Level. All lesson subject matter will be sourced by the outreach tutors and weekly reports will be written for your pupil. Our purpose is to return students to specialist or mainstream education as soon as is practical. This role will be divided between working in Student’s Homes, Community Centres and Libraries. These are ongoing, term-time only position on supply. If you would like to be considered for the role please send your CV to Richard at 1st Staff today! 1st Staff are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children. Successful applicants will be required to undertake an Enhanced Disclosure via the DBS. Our objective is to be an equal opportunities employer and we welcome applications from everyone with suitable skills and ability regardless of race, colour, nationality, ethnic or national origin, gender, disability, sexual orientation, age, religion or belief. All applications will be accepted and reviewed solely on merit
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  • £120 - £170/day
Are you enthusiastic about teaching? Are you naturally innovative and like to do things differently? Are you a teacher with relevant qualifications or a NQT? If this interests you, this job may float your boat! This position is for a full time, Year 4 teacher in a village near King's Lynn. The contract will last for 2 terms from January 2020 to July. Benefits: - The opportunity to contribute to the development of the school - Recent Ofsted report rated 'good' - Teaching hard working, well behaved pupils who enjoy learning - Refer a friend scheme to earn £300 in shopping vouchers! Responsibilities: - Planning, marking and assessment will be involved - You will be responsible for the learning and achievement of pupils - Allowing equal opportunities for all - Ensuring the highest possible standards of work - Building relationships with pupils Requirements: - QTS or equivalent teaching qualifications - Good knowledge of the national curriculum - Experience working with KS1/2 pupils - A drive to inspire the next generation Don't hesitate to click 'apply' now to be considered for this position! Alternatively, email (url removed) or give us a call on (phone number removed)
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  • £8.21/hour
Highbury Recruitment are working in conjunction with a Client who urgently require a Production Operative in an assembly environment. The position involves fitting modifications to equipment in a production area and is ongoing. 42.5 hours a week - Mon - Fri £8.21
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  • £29507 - £31966/annum
Want to help shape the future of agri-environment support for farmers and wildlife in England? We are looking for an exceptional Senior Project Manager with experience working in nature conservation to lead a small team in a 34-month Defra-funded project which is trialling a novel approach to delivering land management that could help save one of our threatened species, the turtle dove. Senior Project Manager - Turtle Dove Tests and Trials Location: Norwich/Flexible Salary: £29,507 to £31,966 per annum. Applicants should expect under normal circumstances to receive an offer at the bottom of the advertised range. Hours: Full time Contract: 34 month Fixed Term Contract About the project You will manage two RSPB advisors as they engage and support farmers to bid to take part in a novel and innovative reverse auction and then, if successful, to implement measures to help turtle doves in East Anglia. This partnership project forms part of a wider programme of 'tests and trials' being run by Defra to engage with stakeholders and inform the design of the post Brexit environmental land management system in England. About you You will be an experienced and personable project manager with a passion for nature conservation. You will be the linchpin for the project, providing leadership, driving it forward and bearing responsibility for its success. You will need excellent people management skills to be able to motivate and guide your team, and have a solid understanding of farming communities and how best to engage them. You will be responsible for producing progress reports and final recommendations for the project team and Defra, and we will need you to ensure the project has a legacy, for the RSPB and for turtle doves. Excellent communication skills will be essential, and an understanding of the economics of agri-environment schemes is highly desirable. Closing date: 8 December 2019 Interview date: 17 December 2019 TO APPLY AND FOR MORE INFORMATION: If you would like to find out more about this position and to apply, please click the button to be directed to our website to download the role profile and application details. No agencies please
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Contract Occupational Health Advisor - Norwich Good Rates of Pay Our client is looking for an Occupational Health Advisor to join their team on a contract basis. They are looking for an experienced Occupational Health Advisor who can come into the team and settle quickly. The role will mainly concentrate on Case Management and potentially Flu vaccinations but will include the fuller OH remit: -Case Management -Sickness Absence -Health Surveillance -Health Promotion -Return to Work -Fit to Work -Flu Vaccinations They are ideally looking for someone to start ASAP and work into 2020 with views of extensions. *Greys is a Specialist Occupational Health Occupational Recruitment Company who works with some of the leading organisations within the Occupational Health industry. If you are an Occupational Health Technician, Occupational Health Nurse, Occupational Health Advisor, Occupational Health Manager or Occupational Health Physician looking for Permanent, Contact, Ad-Hoc or Sessional work please contact us
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