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  • £11.22 - £12.22/hour Dependent on location
Want to play your part in making Census 2021 happen? Our officers contribute to the overall success of the census. This involves visiting different properties in an assigned area, sometimes several times. The goal is to make people aware why the census is important and feedback information that keeps our address register up to date. The census only happens every 10 years and counts every person and household in England and Wales. To help us do this, we at the Office for National Statistics (ONS) need a big field team to work within communities helping people to take part. In the field team for Census 2021, you'll meet people from all walks of life and gain valuable experience. What's more, you'll be part of something that's vital to us all. The information you'll collect will help with decisions on planning and funding services in your community. So, join the team and make a lasting impact. With the flexibility to choose your own working hours, you can make this contract work for you, as long as you are available to work in the evenings and weekends, as this is when we are more likely to find people available. As well as an attractive pay rate, equipment will be provided and you'll be given full training and support to carry out this vital role. As a communal establishments officer, in an assigned working area, you'll be part of a team of up to 12 census officers, reporting to a communal establishments team leader. Communal establishments (CEs) are managed residential accommodations such as universities and care homes. The main purpose of your role is to make contact and visit addresses that have been assigned to you, either to deliver questionnaires or follow-up non-respondents. Most of your work will be done in person, although depending on the type of establishment, you will also need to make phone calls ahead of your visits. This enable you to build relationships with the managers and residents to encourage them to take part in Census 2021.You'll help them overcome any objections or barriers they may have to completing, either helping them yourself or referring them to available support. Your working hours will be flexible to enable you to maximise your ability to engage with the CE populations you are assigned each day. Your team leader will provide support, assistance and guidance as required, and will meet up with you when you are out working, to help settle you into your role. Main responsibilities First and foremost, your role is to promote the benefits of the census and to encourage a positive response. To do this you'll need to: visit the list of addresses given to you via an app on the phone provided and accurately record the visit outcome provide regular reports on progress to your team leader and attend team meetings meet with your line manager during the first week and receive your CE Officer kit (weighing approximately 10 kgs) make contact (by telephone or in person) with the CEs in your area build relationships with CE managers to encourage them to take part in Census 2021 deliver large quantities (several boxes) of letters and questionnaires to establishments encourage residents of CEs and SPGs to complete the census follow up people who are yet to fill in the questionnaire stay in regular contact with your team leader and the rest of your team ensure confidentiality and security of census information at all times follow ONS procedures, especially those regarding security and your safety complete e-learning as required to achieve the necessary competencies and skills for the role participate in evaluation and debrief activities be prepared to travel around your designated area to visit addresses (the distances will vary dependent on whether your area is urban or rural) Essential skills and experience You'll need to: have good written and verbal skills in English (Welsh would also be an advantage if working in Wales) have excellent customer service skills, including speaking to members of the public have the confidence to deal with the public and local community be well organised and able to plan and work within specified timescales be confident working both independently and as part of a team, using your initiative be able to understand and follow detailed written and verbal instructions be confident using a smartphone and various applications be professional at all times, and remain calm in challenging situations COVID-19 We will ensure we follow all appropriate government guidelines to keep you safe whilst working for ONS. Appropriate PPE (Personal Protective Equipment) including hand sanitiser and face masks will be provided to all staff; for your safety, you will be required to use and wear that PPE, as instructed, when you are working. Social distancing will be maintained throughout the operation. You'll need to hold a current, full UK driving licence and have the use of a motor vehicle, insured for business use. You'll be paid for travel expenses within your work area. Vibe Recruit is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy
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  • £100 - £1000/day Package
G2 are currently looking for a Structural Engineer - Lead Structural Inspector to join our petrochemical client based in Southern Wales. The client is particularly interested in candidates with engineering experience covering large industrial/petrochemical, site inspection and inspection as part of plant lifetime extension projects. The client is working on heavy engineering manufacturing projects, they have a huge active industrial/petrochemical site with large scale steel structures, reinforced concrete structures and process type equipment. START: ASAP LOCATION: Wales (Southern Wales) DURATION: 12 Month Rolling Contract RATES: Market Rates (UK Ltd/Umbrella) The client has advised that they are able to take on contractor on a long term basis (12 months) Lead Structural Inspection Engineer - Heavy Industry Projects Structural Engineer/Structural Inspection Engineer working history 5+ years working experience Working experience on brownfield industrial sites (Power, Petrochem, Heavy Manufacturing) Ability to inspect structures and write up reports Knowledge of both structural steel and RC Technical engineering background is preferable (Mechanical/Structural/Civil) Beneficial: Knowledge of fabrication and manufacturing for large scale metal/steel projects Knowledge of ASME (3 or 8) or applicable standards (API/ISO/BS) The client requires a lead structural inspector to join their team working on an existing heavy industry manufacturing site; the site has legacy brownfield structures and equipment and the client is currently carrying out a three year plant asset lifecycle assessment and extension programme. You will be involved working with a team of up to six inspectors, the team will focus on structural inspection for existing buildings, plant and their manufacturing process line. Following the inspections the client will be looking for rolling reports covering asset reports and you will be involved in the plant lifetime extension planning. 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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  • £38000 - £45000/annum
We are currently working on a great opportunity for a Fixed Term (6 month) Shopping & Leisure Centre Manager to join the team at a prominent high footfall Shopping Centre, based in the heart of a friendly town in South West Wales. The centre is an important focal point for the local community and has a great mix of high street and luxury brands, as well as a number of cafes. Experience needed: Experience in facilities management within retail/shopping centres Experience in people management and building relationships Experience in managing budgetsThe Role: Manage, market and operate the Centre to the very highest of professional standards. Conceive and implement placemaking events. Develop strong relationships with all Tenants. Be the 'face' of the Centre within the local community and to develop strong community links. Ensure that the Centre is maintained to an excellent standard and contractors are carrying out their work to an appropriate standard. Establish and maintain harmonious relationships with the local business community, council/government authorities and any other local organisation that may assist with the future development of the centre. Experience needed: Experience in Centre Management. Experience in the management of security, cleaning, and maintenance staff. Experience in preparing and managing budgets. Self-motivated and able to work on own initiative and be adaptable without ongoing direct supervision. Excellent interpersonal and communication skills and able to effectively communicate with staff, the public and potential customer groups at all levels.Are you interested? If so, please apply today
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  • £60 - £75/day
Prospero Teaching are looking for SEN Teaching Assistants to provide short-term and/or long term supply cover in various of Secondary Schools and Colleges within the Swansea Area. Bookings range from 1 week to a long term. The schools also book SEN Teaching Assistants for emergency cover, so if you are looking for just a few days' work each week this option is available. We work around your availability. You can select your preferred booking length, either day to day cover or short-term. ________________________________________ Teaching Assistant Contract/Position Details * Location - Swansea * Position - SEN Teaching Assistant * Type of work - Learning support for pupils who require additional support * Start date - ASAP * Likely Duration - Ongoing supply cover * Contract type - Temporary * Full-time & Part Time roles available * Minimum rate of pay - £61.50 + (Negotiable dependent on experience) * Hours - 8:45am-3.30pm (term time only) ________________________________________ Supply Teaching Assistant Experience, Training and Qualifications * It is desirable but not essential that you would have a Childcare qualification or have an interest in looking into doing a qualification to further your career as a Teaching Assistant. * Up to date Safeguarding training is imperative; you can undertake a free course with Prospero Teaching if you have not completed a Safeguarding course in the last 12 months. ________________________________________ To be eligible for any teaching job with Prospero Teaching, you must * Hold the Right to Work in the UK. * Possess an enhanced child barred list DBS certificate registered with online update service or be willing to process a new application. * Provide two professional references. ________________________________________ To register your interest in becoming a Teaching Assistant with Prospero in the Swansea area please send your CV melissaj - Alternatively call Melissa on (phone number removed) and she will ring you immediately to arrange a registration. ________________________________________ Prospero Teaching is acting as an employment business in relation to this vacancy. The successful candidate will be required to register with Prospero Teaching in order to fill this vacancy. ________________________________________ Prospero Teaching is able to offer the successful Supply Teaching Assistant * Free, accredited continued professional development courses including safeguarding and behaviour management
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  • £65 - £85/day
PROSPERO TEACHING We have a range of positions already available, or becoming available shortly, in schools and academies in this area that are suitable for graduates who are interested in teaching and/ or supporting teaching either as: an 'unqualified teacher' graduate coversupervisor; These positions are not suitable for all graduates. They are only suitable for: (1) Graduates who have some relevant prior experience teaching or working in a classroom setting or tutoring, mentoring or coaching others; (2) Graduates who have no or limited relevant prior experience but who consider they have the skills and strength of character to be able to hit the ground running; (3) UK qualified teachers who have been out of teaching for some time and who would like to ease themselves back in before resuming qualified teaching permanently. Schools, academies and other educational establishments are particularly interested in recruiting and/ or employing graduates who are able to teach and/ or support the teaching of those specialisms for which they find it hardest to find teaching and other staff. These specialisms include: Primary Business/ business studies/ economics Classics/ Latin Computing/ ICT Design & technology/ Electronics/ Food technology/ Graphic products/ Resistant materials/ Systems and controls/ Textiles technology/ Product design Engineering English Language/ Literature Geography Maths/ mathematics/ numeracy Modern languages/ French/ Spanish Music Religious education Science/ Chemistry/ Physics/ Biology PE / Sports / Coaching The specific roles or positions being advertised through this job advert are for graduates who are able to hit the ground running and to start immediately at the unqualified teacher role. There may be other roles and positions starting at the teaching assistant level for graduates who have less experience and who will take longer. In all cases, however, the expectation is that graduates will progress and taken on greater responsibilities over the period for working for Prospero Teaching. Please only respond to this job advert if you: >are already a graduate or are an undergraduate in the final year of your degree course; >have the right to remain and to work permanently in the UK; >are numerate, literate and able to communicate effectively using the English language >are genuinely interested in working and teaching with a view to becoming a teacher and/ or starting or resuming a teaching career; >already have or are willing to gain the necessary academic knowledge and understanding to teach a specialism effectively (secondary only). These positions advertised through this job advert are not suitable for all graduates and will only suit those more experienced or confident graduates who are able to hit the ground running. CONTRACT DETAILS * Location - Swansea * Position - Cover Supervisor * Type of work - General Cover * Contract or position start date - ASAP * Duration / Likely Duration - Ongoing * Contract type (temp/perm/temp to perm) - Temporary * Full time/part time - Full and part time contacts available * Minimum rate of pay - Minimum rate £65/day * Hours - 8:45 am - 3:30pm EXPERIENCE, TRAINING AND QUALIFICATIONS *Educated to degree level *Experience tutoring, coaching or similar *Up to date Safeguarding training issued in the last year (we can assist) TO BE ELIGIBLE FOR THIS ROLE THROUGH PROSPERO TEACHING, YOU MUST: *Hold Right to Work in the UK *Hold an enhanced child barred list DBS certificate registered with the online update service or be willing to process a new application *Provide two professional child related references If you are driven, motivated and aim to enhance the educational experience of the pupils that you work with then please apply by emailing us a copy of your CV and a covering letter or calling Melissa in the office on (phone number removed) or email (url removed) Prospero Teaching is able to offer the successful candidate: *Free, accredited continued professional development courses including safeguarding and behaviour management *In-house Training and Development Team
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  • £75 - £100/day
PROSPERO TEACHING We have a range of positions already available for welsh medium staff, in schools and academies in this area that are suitable for graduates who are interested in teaching and/ or supporting teaching either as: an 'unqualified teacher' graduate coversupervisor; These positions are not suitable for all graduates. They are only suitable for: (1) Graduates who have some relevant prior experience teaching or working in a classroom setting or tutoring, mentoring or coaching others; (2) Graduates who have no or limited relevant prior experience but who consider they have the skills and strength of character to be able to hit the ground running; (3) UK qualified teachers who have been out of teaching for some time and who would like to ease themselves back in before resuming qualified teaching permanently. Schools, academies and other educational establishments are particularly interested in recruiting and/ or employing welsh speaking graduates who are able to teach and/ or support the teaching of those specialisms for which they find it hardest to find teaching and other staff. These specialisms include: Primary Business/ business studies/ economics Classics/ Latin Computing/ ICT Design & technology/ Electronics/ Food technology/ Graphic products/ Resistant materials/ Systems and controls/ Textiles technology/ Product design Engineering English Language/ Literature Geography Maths/ mathematics/ numeracy Modern languages/ French/ Spanish Music Religious education Science/ Chemistry/ Physics/ Biology PE / Sports / Coaching The specific roles or positions being advertised through this job advert are for graduates who are able to hit the ground running and to start immediately at the unqualified welsh teacher role. There may be other roles and positions starting at the welsh teaching assistant level for graduates who have less experience and who will take longer. In all cases, however, the expectation is that graduates will progress and taken on greater responsibilities over the period for working for Prospero Teaching. Please only respond to this job advert if you: >are already a graduate or are an undergraduate in the final year of your degree course; >have the right to remain and to work permanently in the UK; >are numerate, literate and able to communicate effectively using the English language >are genuinely interested in working and teaching with a view to becoming a teacher and/ or starting or resuming a teaching career; >already have or are willing to gain the necessary academic knowledge and understanding to teach a specialism effectively (secondary only). > are a welsh speaker These positions advertised through this job advert are not suitable for all graduates and will only suit those more experienced or confident graduates who are able to hit the ground running. CONTRACT DETAILS * Location - Swansea * Position - Welsh medium Cover Supervisor * Type of work - General Cover welsh * Contract or position start date - ASAP * Duration / Likely Duration - Ongoing * Contract type (temp/perm/temp to perm) - Temporary * Full time/part time - Full and part time contacts available * Minimum rate of pay - Minimum rate £75/day * Hours - 8:45 am - 3:30pm EXPERIENCE, TRAINING AND QUALIFICATIONS *Educated to degree level *Experience tutoring, coaching or similar *Up to date Safeguarding training issued in the last year (we can assist) TO BE ELIGIBLE FOR THIS ROLE THROUGH PROSPERO TEACHING, YOU MUST: *Hold Right to Work in the UK *Hold an enhanced child barred list DBS certificate registered with the online update service or be willing to process a new application *Provide two professional child related references If you are a welsh speaker, driven, motivated and aim to enhance the educational experience of the pupils that you work with then please apply by emailing us a copy of your CV and a covering letter or calling Melissa in the office on (phone number removed) or email (url removed) Prospero Teaching is able to offer the successful candidate: *Free, accredited continued professional development courses including safeguarding and behaviour management *In-house Training and Development Team
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NCS are currently looking for a Groundworker with a 360 and BESC tickets for a job based in Abertawe starting in January 2021. The work involve mainly undertaking groundwork duties such as; digging, footing drainage, putting earthing matts as well as operating a 360 excavator. The ideal candidate must have a valid CPCS/NPORS 360 ticket, valid BESC ticket and relevant experience in groundworks. The rate is £23 per hour and applicants must be able to start in January 2021. This is 6 months of work. Please apply via this advert with your CV attached to show your interest
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NCS are currently looking for a Groundworker with a Dumper, Roller and BESC tickets for a job based in Abertawe starting in January 2021. The work involve mainly undertaking groundwork duties such as; digging, footing drainage, putting earthing matts as well as operating a dumper and a roller. The ideal candidate must have a valid CPCS/NPORS dumper and roller ticket, valid BESC ticket and relevant experience in groundworks. The rate is £21 per hour and applicants must be able to start in January 2021. This is 6 months of work. Please apply via this advert with your CV attached to show your interest
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  • £10 - £11/hour
Senior HR Assistant Remote Working 37 hours per week £11.00 Per Hour We are currently looking for an HR Assistant to join an established firm in Neath. Job Role: To provide a professional recruitment induction and coordination service to the TTP Team. Liaising with the HR Employment Support Team to ensure that all relevant recruitment and selection policies are adhered to and that new starters commence in a timely manner. Take the lead role in recruiting the required calibre and number of employees needed by the TTP Team.Requirements: Experience of recruitment practice at a professional level in an advisory role. Experience of providing basic advice and guidance in relation to recruitment policies For more information contact Sam on (phone number removed) or email
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  • £20440 - £24047/annum
Home Adaptations Worker (Maternity Leave Cover) When registering to this job board you will be redirected to the online application form. Please ensure that this is completed in full in order that your application can be reviewed. Coastal recognises that some of our residents may benefit from having their homes adapted or require additional equipment for them to fully utilise their home. This role aims to provide a service to both existing residents and potential residents who wish to access Coastal accommodation, by providing practical advice and assistance on making homes accessible and suitable for their requirements. We currently have a 14 month fixed term post available in the team to cover Maternity Leave, if you would like to discuss the role before applying please contact Sarah Davies, Health & Wellbeing Manager on (phone number removed)
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