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  • £120 - £180/day
Science teacher in Telford Required from September; this popular school seek an enthusiastic Science teacher for a part time/full time post. They are looking for a solid Science teacher who will be able to commit for at least the full academic year. This role requires a Science teacher who is able to teach engaging and dynamic lessons in Physics, Chemistry and Biology. Ideally candidates will work well with staff and have the ability to inspire able and motivated students. There is also the possibility of a permanent position for the right Science teacher. In return, the Science teacher will have the opportunity to work with a fantastic team in a welcoming environment. Newly Qualified Teachers are also encouraged to apply. Applicants need to have: * QTS with a Science specialism * Experience teaching Science up to KS4 / Key Stage 4 * A real desire to make a positive difference to the pupils that you work with If you are interested in this position, please call Brendan on (phone number removed) or send your CV to All applicants will be contacted to discuss suitability and then invited to register with TeacherActive. Registration involves an enhanced DBS check, ID checks and will require you to supply good professional references. We pride ourselves on excellent service. We can provide a wide range of opportunities in schools and other educational institutions, with good rates of pay, at times to suit your needs. Regular external audits have shown repeatedly that our standards are exceptional. We are passionate about finding the right staff for each environment. TeacherActive is an equal opportunities employer, and operates as an Employment Business in providing temporary or contract job-seeking services
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  • £118 - £170/day Depending experience and the role
ABC Teachers, part of TES are working with a brilliant school in the heart of Shropshire, seeking a full time PPA Teacher, delivering pre-planned lessons across the entire school; Nursery- Year 6. Qualified Primary Teacher required for a full-time PPA classroom teacher role commencing after the Easter Break within a Primary located in the heart of Shropshire. The School is in a great location being only 30 minutes travel away from Shrewsbury and Telford. They were graded ‘Good' by Ofsted in their latest inspection and would be a lovely school to work for, with a reputably positive atmosphere, a SLT with a clear sense of direction, and longstanding friendly team of staff. This school aims to provide the highest standards of teaching and learning so that each individual child can achieve their full academic potential. As a school they ensure that they foster and develop the social and emotional well-being of not only their children, but their staff, as well as concentrating on developing the potential of their staff too. Suitable candidates must possess: Qualified Teacher Status – QTS (Applications welcome from NQTs) Proven, recent teaching experience with the UK Primary curriculum Strong interpersonal and organisations skills The confidence and abilities to teach pre-planned lessons from EYFS to KS2 In return ABC Teachers will offer you: A supportive and professional registration.. And of course no joining fees! Flexibility with work preferences; the days you choose to work, where and when Daily, long-term or permanent work Opportunities within SEN, Secondary Schools and tuition roles. Competitive rates of pay If you are interested in this position, please contact Alice Crouch today on (phone number removed) or 'Apply now' to submit your details. ABC Teachers are an REC Gold Standard Awarded Education Agency, part of TES. Candidates pay rates are competitive and in line with the AWR policy which means that after a qualifying period, supply teachers can be paid to the comparable scale offered by the school. We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and expect all staff to share this commitment. All staff will hold an enhanced DBS disclosure (or be prepared to allow us to process one for you), need to provide professional or academic references and attend a face to face interview. A prohibition from teaching check will be completed for all applicants. Telephone calls to and/or from ABC Teachers may be recorded for training, safeguarding and compliance purposes
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Qualified Social Worker – Mental Health Team You will be working within a very well respected and reputable Local Authority based in the Shropshire area. You will be working in a busy and fast paced community mental health team and must have working knowledge of mental health legislation, care act and mental capacity act. You must be able to work autonomously with cases that require care programme approach. Benefits for this position • Competitive rates • Great support from management • Settled and inviting team Don't forget...Eden Brown Synergy offers a £200 referral bonus for Social Workers. If this role isn't for you but you know someone suitable, ask them to get in touch. £200 could be on it's way to you! Your expert recruitment consultant is Emily Dunn, call today on (phone number removed) or email Eden Brown Synergy is committed to equality in the workplace and is an equal opportunity employer. Eden Brown Synergy is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy
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My market leading Building Services client based in Shropshire are looking to recruit a Revit MEP Technician on an initial 6-month contract. This role can provide a longer-term opportunity after 6 months. You will be drawing in Revit MEP 3D on a day to day basis, working on a new build school project for the educational sector. Experience required- * Revit MEP 3D * Building Services (Residential/Commercial/Education/Leisure) If you think you could be interested in this role then please email with a copy of your latest CV, availability to start and minimum required hourly rate. 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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  • £43000 - £45000/annum
Transformation & Implementation Manager (Childcare Residential) Children’s Services Social Care £45,000 By ensuring the successful opening of a shortbreaks children’s home through the leadership and delivery of a transformation and development programme that will re-establish the home to achieve excellent performance at inspection, consistent with the company and OFSTED standards and in so doing, to promote and enhance the brand. By registering with OFSTED as manager for the duration of the contract and to reopen the home in a phased manner ensuring the safety and welfare of young people during the process By developing a transformation programme and project plan to enable the re-establishing and reopening of a short breaks children’s home. Through this programme to ensure necessary changes and procedures and structures are in place to deliver safe practice that delivers compliant services. By providing an inspirational and ambitious vision, and to drive improvement and evidence excellent by example to support overall improvement of performance at inspection. Through this vision, to ensure that effective recruitment processes to attract and retain staff who are willing and able to share and work to this vision, regardless of role, occupations and profession employed. By transforming the service to achieve the highest standards of safeguarding practice through leading and managing processes and action around safeguarding, taking action to address and respond to the known safeguarding risks through process and people improvements. By supporting the Children’s Service Manager to restructure the management and delivery teams to ensure that there is a basis for continuous and improved leadership and management of the service. Through this brief, to also ensure the management team are in a position to continue to maintain an effective, motivated and committed team. By developing and leading a training programme to ensure staff have the skills and demonstrate the behaviour which ensure children and young people’s physical and emotional care is of the highest standard and staff are ambitious for children By ensure that are frameworks and processes are in place to enable qualitative and regular supervision and performance reviews to line reports. To also that the management of staff is conducted in accordance with company policies and procedures and this standard is equally replicated through line reports to their staff. By establishing links with parent/carers and young people to build confidence in the re-established service addressing areas of previous concern By maintaining and developing effective working relationships with the commissioner/s and partners, stakeholders, voluntary and community organisations in the locality, through attendance, chairing or directing of meetings ensuring appropriate preparation to represent the views and needs of service users and the company. By ensuring the effective deployment of staffing resources, through the establishment, maintenance and regular review of systems and processes to effective management adequate staff to children ratios, out of normal hours cover and support arrangements, to enable the continuous, safe and assured delivery of service at all times. By collating and reporting performance information and statutory returns to partner agencies and our departments, utilising and maintaining agreed systems that collate and provide data. Through this data to evidence that all children make progress and have improved outcomes, leading to improved outcomes for children in the care of the home. Skills and or Qualifications * Outstanding leadership qualities derived from excellent inter and intra-personal skills, with ability to develop trust, rapport, influence and credibility with a staff team * Excellent knowledge and understanding of regulations, OFSTED requirements and safeguarding practices and how to achieve and maintain the best quality service. * Ability to challenge poor practice and effect substantial change to achieve significant improvements * Ability to pro-actively identify potential problems and make objective decisions to find resolutions * Ability to participate in the on-call manager rota * Level 5 Diploma in Leadership and Management for Residential Childcare; or * An equivalent Level 5 Diploma as defined by the DFE Guide to Children’s Homes Regulations, 2015 Experience * Substantial managerial experience within a similar environment with relevant post-Ofsted registration) * Substantial experience of implementing change programmes to improve quality in OFSTED registered setting * Relevant management experience gained within extensive working within a residential setting * Competent and experienced at managing children and young people who exhibit very challenging emotional and behavioural difficulties * Provide clear vision, strategies, direction and support to staff while working in a way which is central to the values and service ethos of Action for Children * Delivering outstanding care standards and achieving objectives * Developing and managing stakeholders relationships, both internal and external Successful track record with OFSTED outcomes (Good or Outstanding) By demonstrating a willingness and ability to operate within a constantly changing environment and as such work priorities and targets may change. By recognising that management reserves the right to make reasonable changes to the job purpose and accountabilities. By undertaking such other duties that occasionally arise, which enables the postholder to always do what’s right, what’s needed, and do what works for children. By promoting Equality and Diversity strategy locally including linking with local equality and diversity frameworks to ensure promotion of best practice and to inform and develop appropriate action plans By working cross functionally with other departments and countries to ensure that Action for Children’s Values are delivered. By ensuring familiarisation and compliance with Health, Environmental & Safety procedures and policy. In the event of any serious risk, take immediate action to reduce this risk and inform senior management. By achieving the highest standards of safeguarding, whether through direct care provision or support activities to the children and young people who come into contact with our services, or by appropriately reporting concerns about any child or young person. By demonstrating a commit to our defining statement, ‘keeping the child at the centre’, and to promote and incorporate Action for Children’s Participation Strategy as appropriate to your role
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  • £8.00/hour + 15% Uplift For Nights
Automotive Quality Inspector - Telford - £8.00 per hour + 15% uplift for nights Competitive salary Award winning company Supplying Quality management Services Internationally Employing over 1300 people worldwide across the UK, China, Hungary, Czech Republic, Germany and Slovakia. Providing engineering services and outsourced solutions within the Automotive and aerospace markets A fantastic opportunity for an experienced Quality Operative or individuals with an interest in quality control and a keen eye for detail working within the Automotive industry. You would ideally be experienced within production, manufacturing or quality; to join a successful team that boasts best-in-class solutions with in automotive inspection, rectification and technical services. Following the growth recently experienced within our sister companies UK operation, Vivate Recruitment are seeking Quality Operatives to work across 3 shifts, who will be responsible for quality checks on site. You will benefit from mentoring, coaching and support of experienced hands on management team. We are seeking Quality Operatives for 3 shift patterns to work at our automotive client in the Telford area. Key Tasks Working on 3 shifts we are seeking Quality Operatives to start as soon as possible. Quarantining or relasing car parts with some visual inspection. Check correct documentation is in place. Usage of vernier callipers / small inspection tools. Record data of results found. Adhering to all health, safety and quality standards within the department. Perform additional tasks as assigned. Requirements Experience within Production, Manufacturing, Quality or Automotive. Strong attention to detail Ability to work in a fast paced environment Must be punctual and have good attendance The role will be challenging yet rewarding with a competitive salary, working on 3 shift patterns and great opportunities for overtime and weekend work. If this sounds like the perfect job for you please don't delay, apply today! To apply for our Quality Operative role please click the apply button. If this job isn't quite for you but you are looking for a new position then please contact ourselves, or call (phone number removed) and ask for John Wootton for a confidential discussion on your career
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Red Rock Partnership Ltd are pleased to be recruiting for our prestigious client based in Leominster and recruiting for an Assistant Farm Manager on a 3 Months FTC. The role will require Farming and Managerial experience. This will be working on a growing farm in a 2 man team. The Role Your role will be to support the Farm Manager to manage the day to day running of the farm within company parameters and consistentley operate to the highest of standards of husbandry and management, in order to optimise the flock performance, and provide a profitable and efficient operation. Maintain best in class standards in bird welfare, bio-security, farm security and Health & Safety. Main Responsibilities * To manage the farm on a day to day basis ensuring that it is operating within company parameters and achieving optimum productivity, efficiency and profitability. * Follow the management systems, controls and production programmes as laid down in the company's 'code of practice', and to ensure all records and production conditions are maintained on a daily basis. * Provide and environment consistent with bird requirements at all stages of production. * Facilitate and assist the efficient housing of the birds and ensure the required checks and adjustments are conducted with respect to temperature, ventilation, drinker (height/pressure) feeders and bedding/shavings levels. * Check stock weight as instructed to monitor performance. * Recognise health and production problems and take the appropriate action. To be successful in this role, you need: * Good standards of education * Numerate & Literate * Good Organisational Skills * Effective communicator * To have the ability to run the farm with little guidance from the Farm manager By applying for this role you are allowing RRPL to forward on your cv to any third parties
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Just ONE requires Leaving Care Support Workers to join our expanding service. We're looking for committed, enthusiastic staff who can match our passion for delivering a fantastic and safe service to our Young adults. Our staff are professional and committed. We encourage and support looked after children leaving the care system aged 16 - 18 in the Shrewsbury and surrounding areas. The purpose of the role is to provide support for Young People aged between 16-18 for them to take control of their lives and promote semi-independent living. This includes practical and emotional support, assisting and encouraging individuals to carry out everyday living tasks such as cooking, shopping, budgeting and household tasks, to enable them to live safely and as independently as possible. We also encourage Young People to engage within their community including enrolling in education, seeking employment, and pursuing appropriate leisure and hobby activities. Must be willing to commit to 24 hour shifts including a sleep in. NVQ Level 3 Children and Young People or equivalent experience is required; we are open to passionate candidates who share the same commitment and values as ourselves. Full training is available and we will continuously provide the training and support you need to succeed and grow. Our benefits: We offer very competitive rates of pay, with the opportunity to work in a number of different locations and services. We offer flexible working hours with full/part time hour’s available. We offer permanent and 0 hour contracts. There is a real opportunity for continuous work for the right candidates and chance for progression. For example on a 32 hour contract you can earn £18,800 per annum + over time. Job offer is subject to 5 years satisfactory references and DBS disclosure. Disclosure cost of £44.00 to be met by employee. If this sounds like the role you are looking for and you would like to join our team in providing first class support please apply with your CV today
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Children's Senior Social Worker Shropshire £29.93 per hour An exciting opportunity have become available in Shropshire for Children's Social Worker to join their Children's friendly and thriving safeguarding services. Our client is looking for a highly experienced Social Worker with at least 2 years post qualification experience working within a front line children's services team. You must have recent experience of working with Young people and Children who are the subject of Child Protection Plans and Care Proceedings. Your responsibilities will include: * Investigation and assessment, following referrals to the service. * Report Writing * Working With PLO (Public Law Outline) * Attending Child Protection meetings, Case Conferences and LAC reviews. * Utilise Children In Need plans to work directly with Children * Court Reports * Section 47's * Core Assessments * Manage a varied and complex caseload If you would be interested in applying for this position, or would like to discuss other social work opportunities within the West Midlands then please email me your CV or give me a call on (phone number removed) and I will be happy to help you find your perfect role. Eden Brown Synergy is an equal opportunities employer. For more opportunities, please visit (url removed)
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Location: RAF Shawbury Grade: Band 5 Speciality: ERI’s with Mod experience desirable Hours: Full Time Duration: Ongoing Car Driver: N/A Accommodation: TBC You must have DBS Online (preferably), & up to date MH/BLS & Online training (CSTF)
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