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RESIDENTIAL CHILDREN'S SUPPORT WORKER * * * * * LOCATION: DURHAM SALARY: £9.90p/h BS Social Care are actively recruiting experienced Residential Support Workers required to work with various clients on a temporary basis with children and adolescents with challenging behaviour in the Durham area. This role involves working shift patterns and can include sleep in shifts overnight. The ideal applicant will have a minimum of 1 years experience working with children with learning difficulties and challenging behaviour. We are looking for applicants who thrive in a challenging environment and enjoy engaging and interacting with service users of all levels. Applicants must undergo an enhanced DBS check. To apply for this role and for further information please contact our branch on (phone number removed) or you can email your CV to BS Social Care
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Premiere personnel looking for 360 on 8 tonne machine Start Monday 24/06/19 Please apply online must be CPCS Driver
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SUPPORT WORKER* * * Location: Northumberland Salary : £9-10 ph TEMPORARY ONGOING ASSIGNMENT BS Social Care is one of the country's longest running and most prestigious employment services. We are recruiting for Support Workers to support young adults aged 16+ who have learning disabilities. Duties will include supporting service users during their education, and also with outside activities and homework. Support is also required within their supporting living environment; helping with cleaning, cooking and other activities. Shifts are available on an a as and when required basis and may include evenings and weekends. The successful candidate will be experienced in the support of young adults with learning disabilities and will have current mandatory training. This post is subject to satisfactory reference and DBS check - please be aware we are able to accept DBS' registered to the DBS update service For more information, please call Rochan on (phone number removed) or send your CV and covering letter
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  • £17000 - £20000/annum
We are representing our national client who are currently recruiting a Group HR Admin Assistant. The role will be a 9 - 12 month contract covering maternity leave and will be responsible for providing administrative and clerical services to support the day to day function of the group human resources department. Responsibilities: * Issuing offer letters and contracts of employment * Collating new starter information including ID, eligibility paperwork, signed contracts and ensuring all employee information is received in a timely manner * Working with, updating and maintaining the company’s HR System "Sage" * Ensuring all HR and employee documentation is up to date and compliant * Preparing the company Newsletter * Assisting in maintaining and controlling the completeness of employee training records * Processing the PCNs * Producing Management Information reports * Note taking in a variety of different HR meetings (Investigations, Disciplinary and Grievances) * Reacting to incoming calls and emails for HR or payroll advice * Assisting in the preparation of Payroll information Personal Specification: * Previous experience in a HR Administrator or HR Assistant role * Must have a working knowledge of HR Systems and Excel spreadsheets * Excellent English skills and have good communication skills * Ideally working towards, or already achieved CIPD level 3 or above
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The Company Our client is a multicultural and multilingual marketing company that assists global organisations with their telephone-based marketing. They allow their clients to reach a wider audience by gathering intelligence and informing customers of new products and services that would be beneficial to their field of expertise. Due to growth they are looking to appoint a Mandarin Speaking Representative to join their team on a temporary basis. The company has a superb culture, which is diverse, positive, inclusive and team based. You will be provided with an excellent and on-going training and support programme, and highly flexible hours to suit your family or educational commitments. If you are looking for a role which allows a flexible working pattern and to use your language skills, please apply for an immediate response. The Role * Conduct calls in order to generate high quality leads * Research contacts and note their requirements before communicating with the client * Use knowledge gained through training of product features and be able to apply this information efficiently when conducting calls * Understand the needs of the prospective customer * Record organised notes of customer interactions on company database * Support others in your team * Provide a high standard of quality and professionalism at all times The Person * Able to concisely articulate complicated information in a confident and clear manner * Confidence when dealing with clients and the ability to handle objections * Must be well-organised and have exceptional attention to detail * Ability to work well under pressure * Must have a competitive drive * Intent and ability to exceed given targets * Good team and interpersonal skills * Must be able to read, write and speak Mandarin fluently
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  • £8.21 - £10/hour
A day nursery in Hexham (NE46) are looking for an Early Years Pracitioner to work with them from asap for a fixed term contract. The position is full time Monday to Friday, 37 hours per week between the hours of 08.30 and 16.30. I have attached the full job description that has been passed on by the nursery. Specific role requirements * This post requires shift work: Monday to Friday, between 08:30-16:30 (can be flexible on times). * This post requires an Enhanced DBS Check. * There will be a requirement to attend team meetings and training sessions. The role purpose: We aim to provide high quality childcare in a safe secure and stimulating environment for children from 0 to 5. We aim to operate in partnership with parents, helping children to be happy, independent and well-adjusted emotionally and socially. Our Nursery aims to promote self-confidence and a positive attitude to learning in all children whatever their gender, ethnicity, home language, special educational needs, disability or ability. We aim to offer a broad, balanced and diverse curriculum where learning will be fun and will provide basic skills for the future. We recognise that every child is unique and aim to assist all children to attain their maximum development potential by paying attention to their individual needs. The Nursery Practitioner has key responsibilities for ensuring the quality of early years provision is embedded under the EYFS and ensuring safeguarding is paramount. Core responsibilities: * Collaborate with and supervise team members as a team leader within the work team to ensure objectives are met, contributing to staff ADRs and acting as a named coordinator where required. * Demonstrate new techniques or processes to other team members following attendance at a training/skills development activity. * Provide a responsive and proactive support service to parents and colleagues. * Focus on checking stakeholder requirements to ensure the delivery of excellence with the frontline stakeholder experience. * Respond to parents, answering and recording standard queries and bookings for activities and/or events. * Solve day-to-day routine problems and source background information within the role. * As required, record data and information on children’s development accurately and provide reports as required to team members and more experienced staff. * Apply professional and regulatory procedures and processes and use of systems. * Liaise and collaborate with staff in other areas of the organisation to ensure a seamless, smooth and efficient service. * Resolve queries and requests for information and advice and escalate more specialist and complex queries or issues to more experienced team members
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Are you a graduate looking to kick start a career in sales? Do you want to join a company that has gone from strength to strength over the past two years?...
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  • £4350 - £4500/annum
Education World are currently recruiting for a part time Level 3 Teaching Assistant on behalf of a client primary school in the Hexham area to join their small, successful school. The school are looking to appoint as soon as possible for a September 2019 start. The school are looking for someone with experience of working on a one to one basis as well as small group work and the ability to assist the class teacher with planning and preparation, particularly in Early Years. The successful candidate will be able to demonstrate the ability to form excellent realtionships with the children and set high expectations. You will need to be flexible and have the ability to use initiative, as well as being willing to undertake professional development opportunities. All offers of work are subject to references and DBS clearance
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  • £100 - £150/day
Location: Durham Salary: £(Apply online only) per day Contract type: Maternity Contract Contract term: full-time Job starts: Septemebr We are currently working on behalf of a secondary school in Durham looking to appoint an Art Teacher to cover full time, long term Maternity Contract post. The ideal candidate must be specialist in this subject and be able to deliver lessons across key stage 3 and 4. The Head Teacher has requested that the successful candidate has a passion and drive for becoming a member of the wider school community and will show willingness to complete any CPD inset training alongside other staff. NQT'S are more than welcome to apply. Key responsibilities and requirements for this teaching role will include: Preparing and delivering lessons to a range of classes up to KS4; * Marking work, giving appropriate feedback and maintaining records of pupils' progress and development; * researching new topic areas, maintaining up-to-date subject knowledge, and devising and writing new curriculum materials; * Selecting and using a range of different learning resources and equipment, including podcasts and interactive whiteboards; * Preparing pupils for qualifications and external examinations; * Managing pupil behaviour in the classroom and on school premises, and applying appropriate and effective measures in cases of misbehaviour; * Undertaking pastoral duties, such as taking on the role of form tutor, and supporting pupils on an individual basis through academic or personal difficulties; * Communicating with parents and carers over pupils' progress and participating in departmental meetings, parents' evenings and whole school training events; * Liaising with other professionals, such as learning mentors, careers advisers, educational psychologists and education welfare officers; * Supervising and supporting the work of teaching assistants; An enhanced DBS check will be needed for successful candidates as well as two satisfactory references which will be sought upon application for this post. Even if this position doesn't sound right for yourself but you are a Secondary Teacher looking for long or short-term supply work, then please get in touch as we may have more suitable positions! If you would like further information regarding the role or wish to apply, please contact me on the information below
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  • £500 - £850/week
Are you a dedicated, creative Physics Teacher? Looking for a new role? Can you teach KS3-KS5 Physics? If so we have the perfect role for you! Teaching Personnel are looking to appoint a Physics Teacher for a comprehensive school in Sunderland to cover a sickness. The role is temporary until the spring initially but has the possibility of being extended. You will be prepping and delivering lessons across KS3-KS5 to classes of mainly low ability students. The school is located in Sunderland, students are well behaved and the school prides it self on its inclusive and caring atmosphere. This combined with the SLT’s continued commitment to the performing arts, sports and a wealth of extra-curriculars ensures all learners are fully supported and challenged to achieve their potential. NQTs with relevant experience are welcome to apply. An ideal candidate will have: * UK recognised teaching qualification * Experience teaching Physics at a variety of levels * Experience teaching Biology & Chemistry to KS4 * A friendly and patient approach to teaching * Good behaviour management skills * The ability to plan and deliver effective lessons Benefits to you: * Dedicated consultant with a wealth of experience within the education sector * Competitive rates of pay * Teacher of the Month Awards * Recommend a friend scheme * Free access to courses contributing to your Continued Professional Development (CPD) All applicants will require the appropriate qualifications and training for this role. Please see (url removed)/faqs for details. All pay rates quoted will be inclusive of 12.07% statutory holiday pay. Teaching Personnel is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children. All candidates must undertake or have undertaken a valid enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check. Full assistance provided. For details of our privacy policy, please see (url removed)/privacy-notice
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