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        • preston, north west
        • contract
        • £12.00 - £18.00, per hour, pension, holidays and parking
        • full-time
        School Business Managers and School Bursars Required, Preston Are you looking for a school business manager or school bursar role in and around the Lancashire area?Are you available on short notice? If yes, then get in touch!Due to an increase in requests since returning this September, we are currently looking for school business managers and bursars for our primary and secondary schools across Lancashire with a view to starting within the coming weeks. We are able to support both full time and part time applicants.The job- Managing the day-to-day finances involving ledger management, petty cash, bank reconciliations, sales invoicing and managing the BACS payments.- Support the SLT with other duties related to premises, health and safety, staff management and HR- Advising and liaise with the Local Governing Body, Local Authorities and also SLT- Being able to help other business support colleagues in other areas where appropriate i.e. attendance, premises- Supporting school in any procurement requirements- HR support to the school and its staffThe skills- Proven previous experience of managing or supporting the school finances, administration management and office management.- Experience of working with SIMS and other school databases such as Oracle, FMS, Tucasi, ParentPay or PS Financials.- Have a good working knowledge of policies and practices such as GDPR and Safer Recruitment- Qualifications around finance or business management would be an advantage but are not essential.The benefits- Dedicated consultants with a specialism in your field- Competitive rates of pay paid weekly, which are fully compliant under the Agency Workers Regulations (AWR, 2011)- 'Recommend a friend' bonus worth up to £300- The flexibility to work when and where you want through our network of branchesPlease note: Only candidates with proven school based experience will be considered at this time.As a LASBM approved partner, we are proud to support a diverse portfolio of schools across Lancashire, so even if this job or location is not suitable, we would still like to hear from you regarding your relevant experience, as we may have other roles available in schools or locations, which may be a better match.All candidates will be subject to Randstad Education's child protection and UK eligibility checks.If you have experience in school finance, or as a school business manager or bursar and you are available for interim appointments then please contact Leanne Kessell on 01772 259966, your specialist consultant, to discuss vacancies that may be of interest.
        School Business Managers and School Bursars Required, Preston Are you looking for a school business manager or school bursar role in and around the Lancashire area?Are you available on short notice? If yes, then get in touch!Due to an increase in requests since returning this September, we are currently looking for school business managers and bursars for our primary and secondary schools across Lancashire with a view to starting within the coming weeks. We are able to support both full time and part time applicants.The job- Managing the day-to-day finances involving ledger management, petty cash, bank reconciliations, sales invoicing and managing the BACS payments.- Support the SLT with other duties related to premises, health and safety, staff management and HR- Advising and liaise with the Local Governing Body, Local Authorities and also SLT- Being able to help other business support colleagues in other areas where appropriate i.e. attendance, premises- Supporting school in any procurement requirements- HR support to the school and its staffThe skills- Proven previous experience of managing or supporting the school finances, administration management and office management.- Experience of working with SIMS and other school databases such as Oracle, FMS, Tucasi, ParentPay or PS Financials.- Have a good working knowledge of policies and practices such as GDPR and Safer Recruitment- Qualifications around finance or business management would be an advantage but are not essential.The benefits- Dedicated consultants with a specialism in your field- Competitive rates of pay paid weekly, which are fully compliant under the Agency Workers Regulations (AWR, 2011)- 'Recommend a friend' bonus worth up to £300- The flexibility to work when and where you want through our network of branchesPlease note: Only candidates with proven school based experience will be considered at this time.As a LASBM approved partner, we are proud to support a diverse portfolio of schools across Lancashire, so even if this job or location is not suitable, we would still like to hear from you regarding your relevant experience, as we may have other roles available in schools or locations, which may be a better match.All candidates will be subject to Randstad Education's child protection and UK eligibility checks.If you have experience in school finance, or as a school business manager or bursar and you are available for interim appointments then please contact Leanne Kessell on 01772 259966, your specialist consultant, to discuss vacancies that may be of interest.
        • preston, north west
        • contract
        • £20.00 - £25.00 per hour
        • full-time
        Are you experienced School Bursar or School Business Manager who is seeking a full time temporary role to start immediately? If so, we have the perfect role for you.The role will start as soon as possible, and will initially run for 6 weeks. However, this could get extended or lead into a permanent opportunity. Working in a popular and sought after primary school located in Warton, between Preston and Blackpool.Salary circa £20-£23 per hour.The Role* To provide the overall strategic leadership and management for all aspects of finance, ICT, community usage, administration and operations support in the Academy.* To ensure that the resources of the school are deployed effectively and efficiently to achieve the educational aims of the Academy.Key responsibilities * To be a member of the Senior Leadership Team, contributing to strategic planning and decision making, leading staff training, task groups and attending Governing Body meetings* To be responsible for all aspects of finance, HR, ICT, administration and operations support, including premises.* To contribute to the achievement of the educational vision for the school* To work in collaboration to develop high quality systems and services Financial* To be responsible directly to the Headteacher and to the Governing Body for all financial and accounting procedures* To have a direct line of communication with the Governing Body on all matters relating to finance* To assist the Headteacher in the preparation of an annual plan and budget* To establish and keep updated computer-based financial and management accounting systems for the school* To prepare management and financial accounts as required for the Governing Body, jointly with the Headteacher where appropriate* To ensure the effective implementation and operation of financial controls* To prepare cash-flow forecasts to ensure that the cash position is consistent with its obligations* To assist and supervise other staff in the operation of the financial systems* To ensure prompt and efficient completion of monthly, quarterly and annual returns, as required by the Local Governing Body and by outside bodies including the DfE, local authority and Her Majesty's Revenue and Customs* To prepare annual accounts figures for the annual accounts, including supporting schedules* To act as the key contact for the annual audit of the schools accounts* To maintain regular liaison with banks and auditors* To liaise with the Responsible Officer, who will visit regularly to audit practises* To set up and monitor service level agreements and contracts and oversee their delivery and value for money, in line with the academy contractual arrangements, where applicable* To act as cost centre manager for specific budget areasAdministration and ICT* To provide and manage an effective administration service to students and staff throughout the central administrative offices and reception* To establish administrative systems and procedures within the school, and to train and support staff to ensure that these systems and procedures are properly implemented and effectively controlled* To deal with all insurance correspondence and communications for the school, overseeing visits and ensuring that necessary paperwork is completed to enable insurance cover to be effective* To ensure that the school complies with Data Protection and Freedom of Information legislation, in conjunction with the Governing Body* To organise and, where appropriate, lead operational staff training and INSET* To oversee the ICT infrastructure within the school, working closing with the ICT team* To ensure that all new staff are inducted effectivelyFacilities management and security* Through the Site Manager, to be responsible for the maintenance and cleaning of the buildings, and grounds* To be responsible for the development of new facilities within the Academy and its grounds* To ensure that the maintenance programmes function effectively and within the budget* To ensure appropriate reporting, monitoring and control systems relating to the internal building fabric and furniture, including the production and maintenance of an Asset Register* To be responsible for the management of security, during the school day and during the community use of the school including the closed circuit television cameras* To be responsible for the day-to-day management of Health and Safety (H&S) within the school, working closely with the H&S provider* To project manage any capital schemes, identifying appropriate funding sources, writing proposals for expenditure and liaising with relevant personnelOther* To ensure, in relation to all the above responsibilities, that systems for monitoring and reporting are in operation with counterparts in partner schools* To carry out other reasonable tasks from time to time as directed by the HeadteacherGot to the end of the advert? We know you must be interested! If you could see yourself flourishing in this role, apply today to kick-start your teaching journey. Once you've applied, one of our team will be in touch about the next steps. For further information please follow the on screen instructions. Or contact Andrew Varela at 07584 548684, or email nationalaccounts@randstadeducation.co.uk
        Are you experienced School Bursar or School Business Manager who is seeking a full time temporary role to start immediately? If so, we have the perfect role for you.The role will start as soon as possible, and will initially run for 6 weeks. However, this could get extended or lead into a permanent opportunity. Working in a popular and sought after primary school located in Warton, between Preston and Blackpool.Salary circa £20-£23 per hour.The Role* To provide the overall strategic leadership and management for all aspects of finance, ICT, community usage, administration and operations support in the Academy.* To ensure that the resources of the school are deployed effectively and efficiently to achieve the educational aims of the Academy.Key responsibilities * To be a member of the Senior Leadership Team, contributing to strategic planning and decision making, leading staff training, task groups and attending Governing Body meetings* To be responsible for all aspects of finance, HR, ICT, administration and operations support, including premises.* To contribute to the achievement of the educational vision for the school* To work in collaboration to develop high quality systems and services Financial* To be responsible directly to the Headteacher and to the Governing Body for all financial and accounting procedures* To have a direct line of communication with the Governing Body on all matters relating to finance* To assist the Headteacher in the preparation of an annual plan and budget* To establish and keep updated computer-based financial and management accounting systems for the school* To prepare management and financial accounts as required for the Governing Body, jointly with the Headteacher where appropriate* To ensure the effective implementation and operation of financial controls* To prepare cash-flow forecasts to ensure that the cash position is consistent with its obligations* To assist and supervise other staff in the operation of the financial systems* To ensure prompt and efficient completion of monthly, quarterly and annual returns, as required by the Local Governing Body and by outside bodies including the DfE, local authority and Her Majesty's Revenue and Customs* To prepare annual accounts figures for the annual accounts, including supporting schedules* To act as the key contact for the annual audit of the schools accounts* To maintain regular liaison with banks and auditors* To liaise with the Responsible Officer, who will visit regularly to audit practises* To set up and monitor service level agreements and contracts and oversee their delivery and value for money, in line with the academy contractual arrangements, where applicable* To act as cost centre manager for specific budget areasAdministration and ICT* To provide and manage an effective administration service to students and staff throughout the central administrative offices and reception* To establish administrative systems and procedures within the school, and to train and support staff to ensure that these systems and procedures are properly implemented and effectively controlled* To deal with all insurance correspondence and communications for the school, overseeing visits and ensuring that necessary paperwork is completed to enable insurance cover to be effective* To ensure that the school complies with Data Protection and Freedom of Information legislation, in conjunction with the Governing Body* To organise and, where appropriate, lead operational staff training and INSET* To oversee the ICT infrastructure within the school, working closing with the ICT team* To ensure that all new staff are inducted effectivelyFacilities management and security* Through the Site Manager, to be responsible for the maintenance and cleaning of the buildings, and grounds* To be responsible for the development of new facilities within the Academy and its grounds* To ensure that the maintenance programmes function effectively and within the budget* To ensure appropriate reporting, monitoring and control systems relating to the internal building fabric and furniture, including the production and maintenance of an Asset Register* To be responsible for the management of security, during the school day and during the community use of the school including the closed circuit television cameras* To be responsible for the day-to-day management of Health and Safety (H&S) within the school, working closely with the H&S provider* To project manage any capital schemes, identifying appropriate funding sources, writing proposals for expenditure and liaising with relevant personnelOther* To ensure, in relation to all the above responsibilities, that systems for monitoring and reporting are in operation with counterparts in partner schools* To carry out other reasonable tasks from time to time as directed by the HeadteacherGot to the end of the advert? We know you must be interested! If you could see yourself flourishing in this role, apply today to kick-start your teaching journey. Once you've applied, one of our team will be in touch about the next steps. For further information please follow the on screen instructions. Or contact Andrew Varela at 07584 548684, or email nationalaccounts@randstadeducation.co.uk
        • harehills, yorkshire and the humber
        • contract
        • £65 - £75 per day
        • full-time
        Are you a motivated person who is looking for a SEN Teaching Assistant role? Can you see yourself entering the next stage of your career? Do you have experience of working with children who have special educational needs? Have you dealt with challenging behaviour in the past?If you find yourself answering 'yes' to the questions above and you're looking for a long-term role, then apply to this position today!Schools in the East Leeds area are looking for SEN TA's who can bring energy and positivity to the workplace. The role could produce some challenges so the candidate they are looking for must be adaptable and open-minded.Benefits* Dedicated consultants with experience of working in education* Free training provided * Refer to a friend scheme with the opportunity to get up to £300* Specialist career advice* Free parking* Lots of CPD opportunitiesResponsibilities* Building positive relationships with pupils * Support the ethos of the school by implementing the Behaviour policy and school expectations* Encourage and support other staff in the area of work* Ensure that pupils are properly safeguarded and supported following the school's Health & Safety guidanceRequirements* Assist pupils individually and in groups with their work following the direction and guidance of the Teacher* Work with pupils both inside the classroom and elsewhere to encourage independence, maintain personal confidence * Bring issues of concern to the class teacher to ensure pupils behave in class and engage appropriately* Support basic administrative duties such as photocopying, filing and displaying work* Supervise pupils at break times where and when designatedIf this job sounds great to you then don't hesitate and get in touch now! This can be done by either emailing rachel.nelson@randstad.co.uk or calling 0345 034 0061 to register as soon as possible.You will need to satisfy eligibility to work criteria, referencing details and have a DBS (we can help you to obtain) that is registered on the update service.
        Are you a motivated person who is looking for a SEN Teaching Assistant role? Can you see yourself entering the next stage of your career? Do you have experience of working with children who have special educational needs? Have you dealt with challenging behaviour in the past?If you find yourself answering 'yes' to the questions above and you're looking for a long-term role, then apply to this position today!Schools in the East Leeds area are looking for SEN TA's who can bring energy and positivity to the workplace. The role could produce some challenges so the candidate they are looking for must be adaptable and open-minded.Benefits* Dedicated consultants with experience of working in education* Free training provided * Refer to a friend scheme with the opportunity to get up to £300* Specialist career advice* Free parking* Lots of CPD opportunitiesResponsibilities* Building positive relationships with pupils * Support the ethos of the school by implementing the Behaviour policy and school expectations* Encourage and support other staff in the area of work* Ensure that pupils are properly safeguarded and supported following the school's Health & Safety guidanceRequirements* Assist pupils individually and in groups with their work following the direction and guidance of the Teacher* Work with pupils both inside the classroom and elsewhere to encourage independence, maintain personal confidence * Bring issues of concern to the class teacher to ensure pupils behave in class and engage appropriately* Support basic administrative duties such as photocopying, filing and displaying work* Supervise pupils at break times where and when designatedIf this job sounds great to you then don't hesitate and get in touch now! This can be done by either emailing rachel.nelson@randstad.co.uk or calling 0345 034 0061 to register as soon as possible.You will need to satisfy eligibility to work criteria, referencing details and have a DBS (we can help you to obtain) that is registered on the update service.
        • preston, north west
        • contract
        • £20.00 - £25.00 per hour
        • full-time
        Are you experienced School Bursar or School Business Manager who is seeking a full time temporary role to start immediately? If so, we have the perfect role for you.The role will start as soon as possible, and will initially run for 6 weeks. However, this could get extended or lead into a permanent opportunity. Working in a popular and sought after primary school located in Warton, between Preston and Blackpool.Salary circa £20-£23 per hour.The Role* To provide the overall strategic leadership and management for all aspects of finance, ICT, community usage, administration and operations support in the Academy.* To ensure that the resources of the school are deployed effectively and efficiently to achieve the educational aims of the Academy.Key responsibilities * To be a member of the Senior Leadership Team, contributing to strategic planning and decision making, leading staff training, task groups and attending Governing Body meetings* To be responsible for all aspects of finance, HR, ICT, administration and operations support, including premises.* To contribute to the achievement of the educational vision for the school* To work in collaboration to develop high quality systems and services Financial* To be responsible directly to the Headteacher and to the Governing Body for all financial and accounting procedures* To have a direct line of communication with the Governing Body on all matters relating to finance* To assist the Headteacher in the preparation of an annual plan and budget* To establish and keep updated computer-based financial and management accounting systems for the school* To prepare management and financial accounts as required for the Governing Body, jointly with the Headteacher where appropriate* To ensure the effective implementation and operation of financial controls* To prepare cash-flow forecasts to ensure that the cash position is consistent with its obligations* To assist and supervise other staff in the operation of the financial systems* To ensure prompt and efficient completion of monthly, quarterly and annual returns, as required by the Local Governing Body and by outside bodies including the DfE, local authority and Her Majesty's Revenue and Customs* To prepare annual accounts figures for the annual accounts, including supporting schedules* To act as the key contact for the annual audit of the schools accounts* To maintain regular liaison with banks and auditors* To liaise with the Responsible Officer, who will visit regularly to audit practises* To set up and monitor service level agreements and contracts and oversee their delivery and value for money, in line with the academy contractual arrangements, where applicable* To act as cost centre manager for specific budget areasAdministration and ICT* To provide and manage an effective administration service to students and staff throughout the central administrative offices and reception* To establish administrative systems and procedures within the school, and to train and support staff to ensure that these systems and procedures are properly implemented and effectively controlled* To deal with all insurance correspondence and communications for the school, overseeing visits and ensuring that necessary paperwork is completed to enable insurance cover to be effective* To ensure that the school complies with Data Protection and Freedom of Information legislation, in conjunction with the Governing Body* To organise and, where appropriate, lead operational staff training and INSET* To oversee the ICT infrastructure within the school, working closing with the ICT team* To ensure that all new staff are inducted effectivelyFacilities management and security* Through the Site Manager, to be responsible for the maintenance and cleaning of the buildings, and grounds* To be responsible for the development of new facilities within the Academy and its grounds* To ensure that the maintenance programmes function effectively and within the budget* To ensure appropriate reporting, monitoring and control systems relating to the internal building fabric and furniture, including the production and maintenance of an Asset Register* To be responsible for the management of security, during the school day and during the community use of the school including the closed circuit television cameras* To be responsible for the day-to-day management of Health and Safety (H&S) within the school, working closely with the H&S provider* To project manage any capital schemes, identifying appropriate funding sources, writing proposals for expenditure and liaising with relevant personnelOther* To ensure, in relation to all the above responsibilities, that systems for monitoring and reporting are in operation with counterparts in partner schools* To carry out other reasonable tasks from time to time as directed by the HeadteacherGot to the end of the advert? We know you must be interested! If you could see yourself flourishing in this role, apply today to kick-start your teaching journey. Once you've applied, one of our team will be in touch about the next steps. For further information please follow the on screen instructions. Or contact Andrew Varela at 07584 548684, or email nationalaccounts@randstadeducation.co.uk
        Are you experienced School Bursar or School Business Manager who is seeking a full time temporary role to start immediately? If so, we have the perfect role for you.The role will start as soon as possible, and will initially run for 6 weeks. However, this could get extended or lead into a permanent opportunity. Working in a popular and sought after primary school located in Warton, between Preston and Blackpool.Salary circa £20-£23 per hour.The Role* To provide the overall strategic leadership and management for all aspects of finance, ICT, community usage, administration and operations support in the Academy.* To ensure that the resources of the school are deployed effectively and efficiently to achieve the educational aims of the Academy.Key responsibilities * To be a member of the Senior Leadership Team, contributing to strategic planning and decision making, leading staff training, task groups and attending Governing Body meetings* To be responsible for all aspects of finance, HR, ICT, administration and operations support, including premises.* To contribute to the achievement of the educational vision for the school* To work in collaboration to develop high quality systems and services Financial* To be responsible directly to the Headteacher and to the Governing Body for all financial and accounting procedures* To have a direct line of communication with the Governing Body on all matters relating to finance* To assist the Headteacher in the preparation of an annual plan and budget* To establish and keep updated computer-based financial and management accounting systems for the school* To prepare management and financial accounts as required for the Governing Body, jointly with the Headteacher where appropriate* To ensure the effective implementation and operation of financial controls* To prepare cash-flow forecasts to ensure that the cash position is consistent with its obligations* To assist and supervise other staff in the operation of the financial systems* To ensure prompt and efficient completion of monthly, quarterly and annual returns, as required by the Local Governing Body and by outside bodies including the DfE, local authority and Her Majesty's Revenue and Customs* To prepare annual accounts figures for the annual accounts, including supporting schedules* To act as the key contact for the annual audit of the schools accounts* To maintain regular liaison with banks and auditors* To liaise with the Responsible Officer, who will visit regularly to audit practises* To set up and monitor service level agreements and contracts and oversee their delivery and value for money, in line with the academy contractual arrangements, where applicable* To act as cost centre manager for specific budget areasAdministration and ICT* To provide and manage an effective administration service to students and staff throughout the central administrative offices and reception* To establish administrative systems and procedures within the school, and to train and support staff to ensure that these systems and procedures are properly implemented and effectively controlled* To deal with all insurance correspondence and communications for the school, overseeing visits and ensuring that necessary paperwork is completed to enable insurance cover to be effective* To ensure that the school complies with Data Protection and Freedom of Information legislation, in conjunction with the Governing Body* To organise and, where appropriate, lead operational staff training and INSET* To oversee the ICT infrastructure within the school, working closing with the ICT team* To ensure that all new staff are inducted effectivelyFacilities management and security* Through the Site Manager, to be responsible for the maintenance and cleaning of the buildings, and grounds* To be responsible for the development of new facilities within the Academy and its grounds* To ensure that the maintenance programmes function effectively and within the budget* To ensure appropriate reporting, monitoring and control systems relating to the internal building fabric and furniture, including the production and maintenance of an Asset Register* To be responsible for the management of security, during the school day and during the community use of the school including the closed circuit television cameras* To be responsible for the day-to-day management of Health and Safety (H&S) within the school, working closely with the H&S provider* To project manage any capital schemes, identifying appropriate funding sources, writing proposals for expenditure and liaising with relevant personnelOther* To ensure, in relation to all the above responsibilities, that systems for monitoring and reporting are in operation with counterparts in partner schools* To carry out other reasonable tasks from time to time as directed by the HeadteacherGot to the end of the advert? We know you must be interested! If you could see yourself flourishing in this role, apply today to kick-start your teaching journey. Once you've applied, one of our team will be in touch about the next steps. For further information please follow the on screen instructions. Or contact Andrew Varela at 07584 548684, or email nationalaccounts@randstadeducation.co.uk
        • skelmersdale, north west
        • contract
        • £9.77 - £10.50 per hour
        • full-time
        Randstad Education is currently working on behalf of a West Lancashire secondary school who require an IT technician for a one year fixed term contract. The role is based within the school and is 35 hours per week, 7 hours per day, starting ASAP and full-time not term-time. The role is on a temporary basis for the 12 months but there may be opportunity in the future for a permanent role for the right candidate.As the new school IT technician, you will be providing day to day technical, administrative assistance and IT support to teaching staff and students across the school. BENEFITSOur staff have a well-deserved reputation as being the best in Merseyside and to assist in securing this job, you will benefit from a dedicated, professional and friendly specialist 'School Support Services' consultant. You will also have access to a branch with 24 hour on-call facility and the following:- A school with excellent facilities, on-site parking, and a friendly, supportive leadership team- A dedicated, professional and friendly consultant to support you and a branch with 24 hour on-call facility.- Competitive rates of pay paid weekly, which are fully compliant under the Agency Workers Regulations (AWR, 2011).- Access to Randstad's benefits package including discounted cinema and holiday vouchers, high street discounts and more.- Commitment to your continuing professional development through free training including safeguarding, prevent duty, and 'Team Teach' as well as our new mandatory 'Covid-aware' training.- 'Recommend a friend' bonus worth up to £300.- The flexibility to work when and where you want through our network of branches- Being part of a highly respected supply team and developing your own reputation within it, especially through various rewards like 'Candidate of the Term'. RESPONSIBILITIESYou would need to be available to start as soon as possible. This is a great opportunity to work as part of a committed team, reporting into the Business Manager and Headteacher, and providing a practical service to the staff and pupils of the school. Responsibilities would include: - Providing general first line IT support to all staff, students and visitors to the school. - Liaising with service providers on the maintenance, management and upgrades of hardware including workstations, laptops, servers, printers, projectors, interactive whiteboards, and assisting others with changes and implementation. - Software installation, testing and troubleshooting, and liaising with external service delivery regarding updates and upgrades. - Administration and management of subscribed websites, school website and social media accounts. - Maintenance, cleaning and disposal of IT equipment including audio systems; relocation and storage of equipment where necessary. - Ordering and installation of consumables and relevant H&S checks and testing. - Other appropriate professional duties as prescribed by your line manager. REQUIREMENTS - Possess previous experience in a technical support or technician function, and excellent IT skills. - Have a qualification in IT or have served an apprenticeship in a similar role. - Experience of working with children or young people (paid or voluntary), for referencing purposes would be an advantage. - Can demonstrate knowledge of specific technical, health and safety, and security issues in schools; knowledge of the current IT curriculum would also be an advantage.- A patient approach towards working with children and adults alike. - Awareness of dealing with sensitive information and confidentiality of data.- Effective communication skills, both orally and in writing, and able to work to deadlines.- A strong work ethic, the ability to work flexibly as part of a team of technicians, and a professional attitude. ABOUT USRandstad Education is the UK Market Leader for recruitment within education. We have been helping teachers and support staff to find temporary and permanent roles in schools, colleges and nurseries for nearly twenty years. Working with over 2500 schools each week, our staff support over 135,000 children every day across the country, so we can find the right match for your skills. The Liverpool branch is one of the oldest and busiest in the country and has a dedicated team of consultants working across primary, secondary and SEN, and we now also have a dedicated section looking after school support roles such as technicians, administration and finance. WHAT NEXT?We are proud to support a diverse portfolio of schools across the North West, so even if this job or location is not suitable, we would still like to hear from you regarding your relevant experience, as we may have other roles available in schools, temporary or permanent, short-or long-term, full or part-time, which may be a better match. All candidates will be subject to Randstad Education's child protection and UK eligibility checks. If you are suitable, an interview would be offered immediately with Randstad, followed by an interview at the school, before starting work in the school straight away if successful. If your application is deemed suitable for this position a telephone interview will be offered immediately, instead of the normal face to face meeting, to observe current social distancing measures. Documents will be submitted and checked online and our consultants will guide you through how to do this. You could start in the school soon after. All candidates will be required to undergo child protection and UK eligibility checks, and be subject to an enhanced DBS check. Randstad Education is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and require all applicants to share this commitment.To discuss this in more detail, please contact Catherine Stockford, your specialist School Support Consultant, via email on catherine.stockford@randstadeducation.co.uk or at the office on 0151 255 1666. Apply now, don't delay!
        Randstad Education is currently working on behalf of a West Lancashire secondary school who require an IT technician for a one year fixed term contract. The role is based within the school and is 35 hours per week, 7 hours per day, starting ASAP and full-time not term-time. The role is on a temporary basis for the 12 months but there may be opportunity in the future for a permanent role for the right candidate.As the new school IT technician, you will be providing day to day technical, administrative assistance and IT support to teaching staff and students across the school. BENEFITSOur staff have a well-deserved reputation as being the best in Merseyside and to assist in securing this job, you will benefit from a dedicated, professional and friendly specialist 'School Support Services' consultant. You will also have access to a branch with 24 hour on-call facility and the following:- A school with excellent facilities, on-site parking, and a friendly, supportive leadership team- A dedicated, professional and friendly consultant to support you and a branch with 24 hour on-call facility.- Competitive rates of pay paid weekly, which are fully compliant under the Agency Workers Regulations (AWR, 2011).- Access to Randstad's benefits package including discounted cinema and holiday vouchers, high street discounts and more.- Commitment to your continuing professional development through free training including safeguarding, prevent duty, and 'Team Teach' as well as our new mandatory 'Covid-aware' training.- 'Recommend a friend' bonus worth up to £300.- The flexibility to work when and where you want through our network of branches- Being part of a highly respected supply team and developing your own reputation within it, especially through various rewards like 'Candidate of the Term'. RESPONSIBILITIESYou would need to be available to start as soon as possible. This is a great opportunity to work as part of a committed team, reporting into the Business Manager and Headteacher, and providing a practical service to the staff and pupils of the school. Responsibilities would include: - Providing general first line IT support to all staff, students and visitors to the school. - Liaising with service providers on the maintenance, management and upgrades of hardware including workstations, laptops, servers, printers, projectors, interactive whiteboards, and assisting others with changes and implementation. - Software installation, testing and troubleshooting, and liaising with external service delivery regarding updates and upgrades. - Administration and management of subscribed websites, school website and social media accounts. - Maintenance, cleaning and disposal of IT equipment including audio systems; relocation and storage of equipment where necessary. - Ordering and installation of consumables and relevant H&S checks and testing. - Other appropriate professional duties as prescribed by your line manager. REQUIREMENTS - Possess previous experience in a technical support or technician function, and excellent IT skills. - Have a qualification in IT or have served an apprenticeship in a similar role. - Experience of working with children or young people (paid or voluntary), for referencing purposes would be an advantage. - Can demonstrate knowledge of specific technical, health and safety, and security issues in schools; knowledge of the current IT curriculum would also be an advantage.- A patient approach towards working with children and adults alike. - Awareness of dealing with sensitive information and confidentiality of data.- Effective communication skills, both orally and in writing, and able to work to deadlines.- A strong work ethic, the ability to work flexibly as part of a team of technicians, and a professional attitude. ABOUT USRandstad Education is the UK Market Leader for recruitment within education. We have been helping teachers and support staff to find temporary and permanent roles in schools, colleges and nurseries for nearly twenty years. Working with over 2500 schools each week, our staff support over 135,000 children every day across the country, so we can find the right match for your skills. The Liverpool branch is one of the oldest and busiest in the country and has a dedicated team of consultants working across primary, secondary and SEN, and we now also have a dedicated section looking after school support roles such as technicians, administration and finance. WHAT NEXT?We are proud to support a diverse portfolio of schools across the North West, so even if this job or location is not suitable, we would still like to hear from you regarding your relevant experience, as we may have other roles available in schools, temporary or permanent, short-or long-term, full or part-time, which may be a better match. All candidates will be subject to Randstad Education's child protection and UK eligibility checks. If you are suitable, an interview would be offered immediately with Randstad, followed by an interview at the school, before starting work in the school straight away if successful. If your application is deemed suitable for this position a telephone interview will be offered immediately, instead of the normal face to face meeting, to observe current social distancing measures. Documents will be submitted and checked online and our consultants will guide you through how to do this. You could start in the school soon after. All candidates will be required to undergo child protection and UK eligibility checks, and be subject to an enhanced DBS check. Randstad Education is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and require all applicants to share this commitment.To discuss this in more detail, please contact Catherine Stockford, your specialist School Support Consultant, via email on catherine.stockford@randstadeducation.co.uk or at the office on 0151 255 1666. Apply now, don't delay!
        • skelmersdale, north west
        • contract
        • £65 - £70 per day
        • full-time
        Randstad Education is currently working on behalf of a West Lancashire secondary school who require an IT technician for a one year fixed term contract. The role is based within the school and is 35 hours per week, 7 hours per day, starting ASAP and full-time not term-time. The role is on a temporary basis for the 12 months but there may be opportunity in the future for a permanent role for the right candidate.As the new school IT technician, you will be providing day to day technical, administrative assistance and IT support to teaching staff and students across the school. BENEFITSOur staff have a well-deserved reputation as being the best in Merseyside and to assist in securing this job, you will benefit from a dedicated, professional and friendly specialist 'School Support Services' consultant. You will also have access to a branch with 24 hour on-call facility and the following:- A school with excellent facilities, on-site parking, and a friendly, supportive leadership team- A dedicated, professional and friendly consultant to support you and a branch with 24 hour on-call facility.- Competitive rates of pay paid weekly, which are fully compliant under the Agency Workers Regulations (AWR, 2011).- Access to Randstad's benefits package including discounted cinema and holiday vouchers, high street discounts and more.- Commitment to your continuing professional development through free training including safeguarding, prevent duty, and 'Team Teach' as well as our new mandatory 'Covid-aware' training.- 'Recommend a friend' bonus worth up to £300.- The flexibility to work when and where you want through our network of branches- Being part of a highly respected supply team and developing your own reputation within it, especially through various rewards like 'Candidate of the Term'. RESPONSIBILITIESYou would need to be available to start as soon as possible. This is a great opportunity to work as part of a committed team, reporting into the Business Manager and Headteacher, and providing a practical service to the staff and pupils of the school. Responsibilities would include:- Providing general first line IT support to all staff, students and visitors to the school.- Liaising with service providers on the maintenance, management and upgrades of hardware including workstations, laptops, servers, printers, projectors, interactive whiteboards, and assisting others with changes and implementation.- Software installation, testing and troubleshooting, and liaising with external service delivery regarding updates and upgrades.- Administration and management of subscribed websites, school website and social media accounts.- Maintenance, cleaning and disposal of IT equipment including audio systems; relocation and storage of equipment where necessary.- Ordering and installation of consumables and relevant H&S checks and testing.- Other appropriate professional duties as prescribed by your line manager. REQUIREMENTS- Possess previous experience in a technical support or technician function, and excellent IT skills.- Have a qualification in IT or have served an apprenticeship in a similar role.- Experience of working with children or young people (paid or voluntary), for referencing purposes would be an advantage.- Can demonstrate knowledge of specific technical, health and safety, and security issues in schools; knowledge of the current IT curriculum would also be an advantage.- A patient approach towards working with children and adults alike.- Awareness of dealing with sensitive information and confidentiality of data.- Effective communication skills, both orally and in writing, and able to work to deadlines.- A strong work ethic, the ability to work flexibly as part of a team of technicians, and a professional attitude. ABOUT USRandstad Education is the UK Market Leader for recruitment within education. We have been helping teachers and support staff to find temporary and permanent roles in schools, colleges and nurseries for nearly twenty years. Working with over 2500 schools each week, our staff support over 135,000 children every day across the country, so we can find the right match for your skills. The Liverpool branch is one of the oldest and busiest in the country and has a dedicated team of consultants working across primary, secondary and SEN, and we now also have a dedicated section looking after school support roles such as technicians, administration and finance. WHAT NEXT?We are proud to support a diverse portfolio of schools across the North West, so even if this job or location is not suitable, we would still like to hear from you regarding your relevant experience, as we may have other roles available in schools, temporary or permanent, short-or long-term, full or part-time, which may be a better match. All candidates will be subject to Randstad Education's child protection and UK eligibility checks. If you are suitable, an interview would be offered immediately with Randstad, followed by an interview at the school, before starting work in the school straight away if successful. If your application is deemed suitable for this position a telephone interview will be offered immediately, instead of the normal face to face meeting, to observe current social distancing measures. Documents will be submitted and checked online and our consultants will guide you through how to do this. You could start in the school soon after. All candidates will be required to undergo child protection and UK eligibility checks, and be subject to an enhanced DBS check. Randstad Education is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and require all applicants to share this commitment.To discuss this in more detail, please contact Heidi McGreary your specialist School Support Consultant, via email on heidi.mcgreary@randstadeducation.co.uk or at the office on 0151 255 1666. Apply now, don't delay!
        Randstad Education is currently working on behalf of a West Lancashire secondary school who require an IT technician for a one year fixed term contract. The role is based within the school and is 35 hours per week, 7 hours per day, starting ASAP and full-time not term-time. The role is on a temporary basis for the 12 months but there may be opportunity in the future for a permanent role for the right candidate.As the new school IT technician, you will be providing day to day technical, administrative assistance and IT support to teaching staff and students across the school. BENEFITSOur staff have a well-deserved reputation as being the best in Merseyside and to assist in securing this job, you will benefit from a dedicated, professional and friendly specialist 'School Support Services' consultant. You will also have access to a branch with 24 hour on-call facility and the following:- A school with excellent facilities, on-site parking, and a friendly, supportive leadership team- A dedicated, professional and friendly consultant to support you and a branch with 24 hour on-call facility.- Competitive rates of pay paid weekly, which are fully compliant under the Agency Workers Regulations (AWR, 2011).- Access to Randstad's benefits package including discounted cinema and holiday vouchers, high street discounts and more.- Commitment to your continuing professional development through free training including safeguarding, prevent duty, and 'Team Teach' as well as our new mandatory 'Covid-aware' training.- 'Recommend a friend' bonus worth up to £300.- The flexibility to work when and where you want through our network of branches- Being part of a highly respected supply team and developing your own reputation within it, especially through various rewards like 'Candidate of the Term'. RESPONSIBILITIESYou would need to be available to start as soon as possible. This is a great opportunity to work as part of a committed team, reporting into the Business Manager and Headteacher, and providing a practical service to the staff and pupils of the school. Responsibilities would include:- Providing general first line IT support to all staff, students and visitors to the school.- Liaising with service providers on the maintenance, management and upgrades of hardware including workstations, laptops, servers, printers, projectors, interactive whiteboards, and assisting others with changes and implementation.- Software installation, testing and troubleshooting, and liaising with external service delivery regarding updates and upgrades.- Administration and management of subscribed websites, school website and social media accounts.- Maintenance, cleaning and disposal of IT equipment including audio systems; relocation and storage of equipment where necessary.- Ordering and installation of consumables and relevant H&S checks and testing.- Other appropriate professional duties as prescribed by your line manager. REQUIREMENTS- Possess previous experience in a technical support or technician function, and excellent IT skills.- Have a qualification in IT or have served an apprenticeship in a similar role.- Experience of working with children or young people (paid or voluntary), for referencing purposes would be an advantage.- Can demonstrate knowledge of specific technical, health and safety, and security issues in schools; knowledge of the current IT curriculum would also be an advantage.- A patient approach towards working with children and adults alike.- Awareness of dealing with sensitive information and confidentiality of data.- Effective communication skills, both orally and in writing, and able to work to deadlines.- A strong work ethic, the ability to work flexibly as part of a team of technicians, and a professional attitude. ABOUT USRandstad Education is the UK Market Leader for recruitment within education. We have been helping teachers and support staff to find temporary and permanent roles in schools, colleges and nurseries for nearly twenty years. Working with over 2500 schools each week, our staff support over 135,000 children every day across the country, so we can find the right match for your skills. The Liverpool branch is one of the oldest and busiest in the country and has a dedicated team of consultants working across primary, secondary and SEN, and we now also have a dedicated section looking after school support roles such as technicians, administration and finance. WHAT NEXT?We are proud to support a diverse portfolio of schools across the North West, so even if this job or location is not suitable, we would still like to hear from you regarding your relevant experience, as we may have other roles available in schools, temporary or permanent, short-or long-term, full or part-time, which may be a better match. All candidates will be subject to Randstad Education's child protection and UK eligibility checks. If you are suitable, an interview would be offered immediately with Randstad, followed by an interview at the school, before starting work in the school straight away if successful. If your application is deemed suitable for this position a telephone interview will be offered immediately, instead of the normal face to face meeting, to observe current social distancing measures. Documents will be submitted and checked online and our consultants will guide you through how to do this. You could start in the school soon after. All candidates will be required to undergo child protection and UK eligibility checks, and be subject to an enhanced DBS check. Randstad Education is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and require all applicants to share this commitment.To discuss this in more detail, please contact Heidi McGreary your specialist School Support Consultant, via email on heidi.mcgreary@randstadeducation.co.uk or at the office on 0151 255 1666. Apply now, don't delay!
        • exeter, south west
        • contract
        • £65 - £80 per day
        • full-time
        Do you have previous experience in a classroom or Alternative Provision setting? Can you offer high quality teaching and learning support to those with SEN needs? Are you a motivational person who can help support, stretch and challenge all levels of students? Are you looking for flexible working?If the answer to the above is yes, then apply to be a Teaching Assistant position in the Plymouth area today!Benefits:Dedicated consultant with an enthusiastic and encouraging approachFree parking and excellent public transport linksCompetitive rates of payA 'refer a friend' scheme - chance to earn £300CPD opportunityResponsibilities:Help the teacher with preparation and planning of activities and lessonsEnsuring the classroom is a safe learning environment for the childrenProvide professional, approachable and helpful assistance to the teacherGuide children with different learning styles to ensure each individual is getting the full benefit from the lessonReporting any issues, in line with school policy and procedureCommunicating effectively with children, staff, parents and carers where necessaryRequirements:A minimum of CACHE Level 2/3 or equivalentExperience working in a Secondary or Primary School environmentGood communication skillsBe committed to working in a teamPossess the motivation to achieve and add value to the schoolSupport children with different ability levels, including SENDBS check (or the ability to undertake one)If you feel this role is for you, apply online today! If you have any questions, please call Ryan on 01752 269780 or email ryan.yeoman@randstadeducation.co.ukYou will need to satisfy referencing and eligibility to work criteria as well as evidencing a DBS on the update service (we can support you with this).If you're passionate about working with children and helping pave a way for their future this could be a fantastic opportunity for you, Please forward your CV to chloe.lewis@randstadeducation.co.uk now!
        Do you have previous experience in a classroom or Alternative Provision setting? Can you offer high quality teaching and learning support to those with SEN needs? Are you a motivational person who can help support, stretch and challenge all levels of students? Are you looking for flexible working?If the answer to the above is yes, then apply to be a Teaching Assistant position in the Plymouth area today!Benefits:Dedicated consultant with an enthusiastic and encouraging approachFree parking and excellent public transport linksCompetitive rates of payA 'refer a friend' scheme - chance to earn £300CPD opportunityResponsibilities:Help the teacher with preparation and planning of activities and lessonsEnsuring the classroom is a safe learning environment for the childrenProvide professional, approachable and helpful assistance to the teacherGuide children with different learning styles to ensure each individual is getting the full benefit from the lessonReporting any issues, in line with school policy and procedureCommunicating effectively with children, staff, parents and carers where necessaryRequirements:A minimum of CACHE Level 2/3 or equivalentExperience working in a Secondary or Primary School environmentGood communication skillsBe committed to working in a teamPossess the motivation to achieve and add value to the schoolSupport children with different ability levels, including SENDBS check (or the ability to undertake one)If you feel this role is for you, apply online today! If you have any questions, please call Ryan on 01752 269780 or email ryan.yeoman@randstadeducation.co.ukYou will need to satisfy referencing and eligibility to work criteria as well as evidencing a DBS on the update service (we can support you with this).If you're passionate about working with children and helping pave a way for their future this could be a fantastic opportunity for you, Please forward your CV to chloe.lewis@randstadeducation.co.uk now!
        • carlisle, north west
        • permanent
        • £25.00 - £30.00, per hour, Travel between sites covered
        • part-time
        Do you have experience of working with children with EHCP's and those with SEND needs?Are you interested in an exciting role that has flexible hours?We are supporting Cumbria County Council to employ 2 people on a 12-month contract to support updating EHCP records and advising on changes and improvements for children.The role has fantastic part-time and full-time opportunities and can involve working from different sites.The RoleTo act as the lead educational advisor and practitioner in a multi-professional team which supports the needs of children, young people and their families with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities through Education Health and Care Plans.To undertake assessment, planning and review activities associated with an Education Health and Care Plan for children with complex and multiple learning needs.To provide advice to other professionals within and outside the team on the educational needs of and provision for children and young people with SEND.To take the lead role on moderation panels, complex needs panel, multi-agency meetings, and tribunals.To liaise with local schools and clusters of schools on SEND matters.To contribute to the development of the SEND team in an area and the improvement of services for children, young people and their families.RequirementsAppropriate professional qualification, DfE recognised teaching qualification.Significant experience working in the field of Special Educational Needs either in early years, schools, further education or local authority settings.Experience and ability to work in challenging partnership environments.Successful experience in providing support and monitoring of provision made for children and young people with special educational needsExcellent communication skills both verbally and in writing.Ability to assimilate information from various sources and to represent this in a coherent plan.Flexible and willing to work occasional evenings.Ability to work in a variety of locations on a daily basis.The ability to travel across the county.BenefitsFlexible workingHourly rate of between £25-£30 (experience)Travel costsIf you are interested please submit your CV or call Oran Willis on ​07342 069 318 to discuss further. Interviews will be conducted by both Randstad and the Council and job approval is subject to references and an enhanced DBS check.Randstad Student & Worker Support acts as an employment business when supplying temporary staff and as an employment agency when introducing candidates for permanent employment with a client. Randstad Student & Worker Support is an equal opportunities employer and decisions are made on merits alone.
        Do you have experience of working with children with EHCP's and those with SEND needs?Are you interested in an exciting role that has flexible hours?We are supporting Cumbria County Council to employ 2 people on a 12-month contract to support updating EHCP records and advising on changes and improvements for children.The role has fantastic part-time and full-time opportunities and can involve working from different sites.The RoleTo act as the lead educational advisor and practitioner in a multi-professional team which supports the needs of children, young people and their families with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities through Education Health and Care Plans.To undertake assessment, planning and review activities associated with an Education Health and Care Plan for children with complex and multiple learning needs.To provide advice to other professionals within and outside the team on the educational needs of and provision for children and young people with SEND.To take the lead role on moderation panels, complex needs panel, multi-agency meetings, and tribunals.To liaise with local schools and clusters of schools on SEND matters.To contribute to the development of the SEND team in an area and the improvement of services for children, young people and their families.RequirementsAppropriate professional qualification, DfE recognised teaching qualification.Significant experience working in the field of Special Educational Needs either in early years, schools, further education or local authority settings.Experience and ability to work in challenging partnership environments.Successful experience in providing support and monitoring of provision made for children and young people with special educational needsExcellent communication skills both verbally and in writing.Ability to assimilate information from various sources and to represent this in a coherent plan.Flexible and willing to work occasional evenings.Ability to work in a variety of locations on a daily basis.The ability to travel across the county.BenefitsFlexible workingHourly rate of between £25-£30 (experience)Travel costsIf you are interested please submit your CV or call Oran Willis on ​07342 069 318 to discuss further. Interviews will be conducted by both Randstad and the Council and job approval is subject to references and an enhanced DBS check.Randstad Student & Worker Support acts as an employment business when supplying temporary staff and as an employment agency when introducing candidates for permanent employment with a client. Randstad Student & Worker Support is an equal opportunities employer and decisions are made on merits alone.
        • plymouth, south west
        • contract
        • £60 - £75 per day
        • full-time
        Do you enjoy engaging with pupils? Is taking a small group of students within a classroom and giving them direct support something that you relish? And does 1:1 support with SEN children who need it sound like a prospect you would excel in?We have a role that would tick all of those boxes, as we're looking for a Teaching Assistant who would be able to provide support to primary aged children. The school is based in Plymouth, and has a genuine passion for instilling confidence and a love for learning within their pupils. Their ethos that all students should receive should feel valued allows them to aid the pupils in achieving their best. They strive to deliver an outstanding service to both the parents and the students, and look to explore every opportunity to celebrate achievement. The school is also committed to developing and supporting all the staff who work thereBenefits* On site parking.* Good transport links on the bus.* Development opportunities.* Support within the role.* It's a desirable school to work for, one sought after by teachers and assistants alike.Responsibilities* General support e.g. printing, photocopying, general behaviour management, setting up and running some activities* 1:1 sessions with SEN children* Taking small groups of pupils who are slightly ahead or behind the general class, and providing support to them.* To understand the classroom roles and responsibilities, as well as your own place within this.Requirements* Previous experience with teaching assistant roles, supporting SEN children.* Cache level 3 is a benefit but not essential to this position.* Resilience and a great work ethic.ConclusionThis opportunity would afford the successful candidate a wealth of experience working in a school that are committed to continual improvement of both their students and staff. The opportunity to broaden your experience through work with SEN children in 1:1 support sessions could prove vital moving forwards! Apply today by following the on screen instructions if you feel this role would be perfect for you.
        Do you enjoy engaging with pupils? Is taking a small group of students within a classroom and giving them direct support something that you relish? And does 1:1 support with SEN children who need it sound like a prospect you would excel in?We have a role that would tick all of those boxes, as we're looking for a Teaching Assistant who would be able to provide support to primary aged children. The school is based in Plymouth, and has a genuine passion for instilling confidence and a love for learning within their pupils. Their ethos that all students should receive should feel valued allows them to aid the pupils in achieving their best. They strive to deliver an outstanding service to both the parents and the students, and look to explore every opportunity to celebrate achievement. The school is also committed to developing and supporting all the staff who work thereBenefits* On site parking.* Good transport links on the bus.* Development opportunities.* Support within the role.* It's a desirable school to work for, one sought after by teachers and assistants alike.Responsibilities* General support e.g. printing, photocopying, general behaviour management, setting up and running some activities* 1:1 sessions with SEN children* Taking small groups of pupils who are slightly ahead or behind the general class, and providing support to them.* To understand the classroom roles and responsibilities, as well as your own place within this.Requirements* Previous experience with teaching assistant roles, supporting SEN children.* Cache level 3 is a benefit but not essential to this position.* Resilience and a great work ethic.ConclusionThis opportunity would afford the successful candidate a wealth of experience working in a school that are committed to continual improvement of both their students and staff. The opportunity to broaden your experience through work with SEN children in 1:1 support sessions could prove vital moving forwards! Apply today by following the on screen instructions if you feel this role would be perfect for you.

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