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        • bury st. edmunds, east of england
        • contract
        • £140 - £208 per day
        • full-time
        Are you an experienced ICT teacher? Do you believe all children must have strong computer skills to help them to reach their potential?Are you looking for an opportunity to join a solid department where the staff are all aligned in one purpose?Apply today to avoid missing out on the role that ticks all of your boxes! A mixed gender public school is seeking an experienced ICT teacher to join their team in September. The school is located in the Bury St. Edmunds area. You will experience a fantastic setting to deliver quality teaching in a school whose teachers are very friendly, welcoming and sociable. This role would be for on year with the possibility of becoming a permanent role.In the role you can benefit from:Inspiring and influencing our next generationGreat career development opportunitiesOne to one relationship with consultantCareer advice and trainingRefer a friend scheme of £300 in vouchersYour responsibilities will include:Preparing lessons in line with the curriculum for ICTTake part in staff development programmeAdaptability to ensure students are challenged depending of their varying needsPlanning workMarking and providing clear and concise feedback on completed work in a timely fashionEffective management of classroom behaviour and keeping a positive learning atmosphereEnsuring and assessing the safety and safeguarding of childrenKey requirements for the position include:DBS - In date, with no reprimands which prohibit working with childrenRelevant qualifications - a degree in related subject along with relevant teaching qualifications (ie PGCE)QTS is desirable - NQT applications are warmly welcomedExperience of teaching ICT is essentialIf this opportunity to join a great team appeals to you we will look forward to receiving your application.
        Are you an experienced ICT teacher? Do you believe all children must have strong computer skills to help them to reach their potential?Are you looking for an opportunity to join a solid department where the staff are all aligned in one purpose?Apply today to avoid missing out on the role that ticks all of your boxes! A mixed gender public school is seeking an experienced ICT teacher to join their team in September. The school is located in the Bury St. Edmunds area. You will experience a fantastic setting to deliver quality teaching in a school whose teachers are very friendly, welcoming and sociable. This role would be for on year with the possibility of becoming a permanent role.In the role you can benefit from:Inspiring and influencing our next generationGreat career development opportunitiesOne to one relationship with consultantCareer advice and trainingRefer a friend scheme of £300 in vouchersYour responsibilities will include:Preparing lessons in line with the curriculum for ICTTake part in staff development programmeAdaptability to ensure students are challenged depending of their varying needsPlanning workMarking and providing clear and concise feedback on completed work in a timely fashionEffective management of classroom behaviour and keeping a positive learning atmosphereEnsuring and assessing the safety and safeguarding of childrenKey requirements for the position include:DBS - In date, with no reprimands which prohibit working with childrenRelevant qualifications - a degree in related subject along with relevant teaching qualifications (ie PGCE)QTS is desirable - NQT applications are warmly welcomedExperience of teaching ICT is essentialIf this opportunity to join a great team appeals to you we will look forward to receiving your application.
        • 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
        • blackpool, north west
        • contract
        • £140 - £180 per day
        • full-time
        Are you an experienced IT teacher with a passion for educating pupils? Do you have a track record for delivering interactive and high-quality lessons? Are you looking for a new and exciting role to start in September 2020?An opportunity has arisen for a suitably qualified and motivated teacher to work is a sought after secondary school between near Blackpool, Lancashire.Daily rate £140 - £170 per day.You will mainly be teaching KS3 ICT. The school offers a comprehensive and supportive induction programme for all new staff. You will also have access to a rich and varied CPD programme within the school and across the Federation. You will be welcomed to an outstanding and supportive management team, working alongside some excellent practitioners to ensure the curriculum is being taught effectively.This is a full-time role that starts asap in September 2020, for the whole academic year until July 2020, so please apply today.The roles offers:- Competitive daily rate- High-quality support and training- Opportunity to be part of an established department- Make a positive impact within young people's livesThe ideal candidate will have:- Experience teaching IT/ICT within a mainstream secondary school- Be motivated, energetic and passionate about the development of young people- Qualified Teacher Status- Relevant undergraduate degree- A drive to inspire the next generationYour responsibilities will include:- To ensure that high quality teaching and learning takes place in all allocated classes- Provide a well-planned, challenging and purposeful learning environment for pupils- Set homework on a regular basis and mark pupil work promptly- Liaising with fellow colleagues and parents to get the most out of your pupil's developmentGot 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 an experienced IT teacher with a passion for educating pupils? Do you have a track record for delivering interactive and high-quality lessons? Are you looking for a new and exciting role to start in September 2020?An opportunity has arisen for a suitably qualified and motivated teacher to work is a sought after secondary school between near Blackpool, Lancashire.Daily rate £140 - £170 per day.You will mainly be teaching KS3 ICT. The school offers a comprehensive and supportive induction programme for all new staff. You will also have access to a rich and varied CPD programme within the school and across the Federation. You will be welcomed to an outstanding and supportive management team, working alongside some excellent practitioners to ensure the curriculum is being taught effectively.This is a full-time role that starts asap in September 2020, for the whole academic year until July 2020, so please apply today.The roles offers:- Competitive daily rate- High-quality support and training- Opportunity to be part of an established department- Make a positive impact within young people's livesThe ideal candidate will have:- Experience teaching IT/ICT within a mainstream secondary school- Be motivated, energetic and passionate about the development of young people- Qualified Teacher Status- Relevant undergraduate degree- A drive to inspire the next generationYour responsibilities will include:- To ensure that high quality teaching and learning takes place in all allocated classes- Provide a well-planned, challenging and purposeful learning environment for pupils- Set homework on a regular basis and mark pupil work promptly- Liaising with fellow colleagues and parents to get the most out of your pupil's developmentGot 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
        • 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
        • blackpool, north west
        • contract
        • £140 - £180 per day
        • full-time
        Are you an experienced IT teacher with a passion for educating pupils? Do you have a track record for delivering interactive and high-quality lessons? Are you looking for a new and exciting role to start in September 2020?An opportunity has arisen for a suitably qualified and motivated teacher to work is a sought after secondary school between near Blackpool, Lancashire.Daily rate £140 - £170 per day.You will mainly be teaching KS3 ICT. The school offers a comprehensive and supportive induction programme for all new staff. You will also have access to a rich and varied CPD programme within the school and across the Federation. You will be welcomed to an outstanding and supportive management team, working alongside some excellent practitioners to ensure the curriculum is being taught effectively.This is a full-time role that starts asap in September 2020, for the whole academic year until July 2020, so please apply today.The roles offers:- Competitive daily rate- High-quality support and training- Opportunity to be part of an established department- Make a positive impact within young people's livesThe ideal candidate will have:- Experience teaching IT/ICT within a mainstream secondary school- Be motivated, energetic and passionate about the development of young people- Qualified Teacher Status- Relevant undergraduate degree- A drive to inspire the next generationYour responsibilities will include:- To ensure that high quality teaching and learning takes place in all allocated classes- Provide a well-planned, challenging and purposeful learning environment for pupils- Set homework on a regular basis and mark pupil work promptly- Liaising with fellow colleagues and parents to get the most out of your pupil's developmentGot 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 an experienced IT teacher with a passion for educating pupils? Do you have a track record for delivering interactive and high-quality lessons? Are you looking for a new and exciting role to start in September 2020?An opportunity has arisen for a suitably qualified and motivated teacher to work is a sought after secondary school between near Blackpool, Lancashire.Daily rate £140 - £170 per day.You will mainly be teaching KS3 ICT. The school offers a comprehensive and supportive induction programme for all new staff. You will also have access to a rich and varied CPD programme within the school and across the Federation. You will be welcomed to an outstanding and supportive management team, working alongside some excellent practitioners to ensure the curriculum is being taught effectively.This is a full-time role that starts asap in September 2020, for the whole academic year until July 2020, so please apply today.The roles offers:- Competitive daily rate- High-quality support and training- Opportunity to be part of an established department- Make a positive impact within young people's livesThe ideal candidate will have:- Experience teaching IT/ICT within a mainstream secondary school- Be motivated, energetic and passionate about the development of young people- Qualified Teacher Status- Relevant undergraduate degree- A drive to inspire the next generationYour responsibilities will include:- To ensure that high quality teaching and learning takes place in all allocated classes- Provide a well-planned, challenging and purposeful learning environment for pupils- Set homework on a regular basis and mark pupil work promptly- Liaising with fellow colleagues and parents to get the most out of your pupil's developmentGot 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
        • wakefield, yorkshire and the humber
        • contract
        • £8.77 - £11.33 per hour
        • full-time
        Secondary Teaching Assistant - Special NeedsWe are seeking Teaching Assistants who want to make a real difference to the lives of pupils to guide their learning and maximise their progress in all areas of school life. This caring and friendly school is developing and expanding its provision wish to appoint enthusiastic, motivational and creative Teaching Assistants to join their dedicated team. The school greatly values the work of its support staff and the vital contributions they make to the school in developing the life chances and opportunities of the pupils and young people. The children and young people are aged 11-19 and have a wide range of learning difficulties. Some students can also display challenging behaviours The successful applicants will have; * Experience of supporting pupils with a wide range of Special Educational Needs * Good Maths, English and ICT Skills * NVQ/QCF or equivalent in Supporting Teaching & Learning in Schools or working towards is desirableIn addition the following personal qualities; * Positive attitude * Enthusiasm * Able to work effectively in a team * Able to use initiative * Willingness to learn, reflect and share effective practice with othersIn return we can offer:friendly, enthusiastic and highly motivated pupils and young peoplea comprehensive CPD programme with potential for career developmentthe support of a strong, caring and committed staff teamfun and a challengePlease send your CV in the first instance or call Karen for further details
        Secondary Teaching Assistant - Special NeedsWe are seeking Teaching Assistants who want to make a real difference to the lives of pupils to guide their learning and maximise their progress in all areas of school life. This caring and friendly school is developing and expanding its provision wish to appoint enthusiastic, motivational and creative Teaching Assistants to join their dedicated team. The school greatly values the work of its support staff and the vital contributions they make to the school in developing the life chances and opportunities of the pupils and young people. The children and young people are aged 11-19 and have a wide range of learning difficulties. Some students can also display challenging behaviours The successful applicants will have; * Experience of supporting pupils with a wide range of Special Educational Needs * Good Maths, English and ICT Skills * NVQ/QCF or equivalent in Supporting Teaching & Learning in Schools or working towards is desirableIn addition the following personal qualities; * Positive attitude * Enthusiasm * Able to work effectively in a team * Able to use initiative * Willingness to learn, reflect and share effective practice with othersIn return we can offer:friendly, enthusiastic and highly motivated pupils and young peoplea comprehensive CPD programme with potential for career developmentthe support of a strong, caring and committed staff teamfun and a challengePlease send your CV in the first instance or call Karen for further details
        • leeds, yorkshire and the humber
        • contract
        • £9.00 - £13.00 per hour
        • full-time
        Randstad Education are currently supporting an OFSTED grade Outstanding school, based near Ilkley, to recruit a full time school administrator. This is a fantastic opportunity to become part of a team that are 'constantly seeking to improve, bringing enthusiasm, commitment and enjoyment to every task.' The job is full time and to begin ASAP, so if you are interested and available- please apply today.As the successful applicant, you will have:- Excellent administrative and ICT skills- along with the ability to multitask- Effective communication skills, both orally and in writing- The ability to work with high levels of tact, confidentiality and discretion- A patient approach towards working with children and adults alike- A qualification in Business Administration would be an advantage but is not essentialResponsibilities of the role would include:- Handling face to face and telephone enquiries from parents, external agencies and members of the general public- Overseeing access to the building for visitors, including safeguarding procedures- Assisting teachers and senior leadership team with data on pupil records and various reports from the SIMS system, for example about attendance- Collecting money for dinners, school trips etc as required- Photocopying, post, filing and general administrative supportIn this position you will benefit from a competitive hourly rate, great working location near Ilkley and the chance to become a crucial member of the team at an outstanding academy school who are committed to 'promote diversity and want a workforce that reflects the populations across our Trust.'As well as this, by working with Randstad you would be entitled to some more fantastic perks, including;-A dedicated, professional and friendly specialist School Support Services consultant 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)- Commitment to your continuing professional development through free training- 'recommend a friend' bonus worth up to £300Please apply for this role today by following the onscreen instructions or sending your CV to leeds@randstadeducation.co.uk
        Randstad Education are currently supporting an OFSTED grade Outstanding school, based near Ilkley, to recruit a full time school administrator. This is a fantastic opportunity to become part of a team that are 'constantly seeking to improve, bringing enthusiasm, commitment and enjoyment to every task.' The job is full time and to begin ASAP, so if you are interested and available- please apply today.As the successful applicant, you will have:- Excellent administrative and ICT skills- along with the ability to multitask- Effective communication skills, both orally and in writing- The ability to work with high levels of tact, confidentiality and discretion- A patient approach towards working with children and adults alike- A qualification in Business Administration would be an advantage but is not essentialResponsibilities of the role would include:- Handling face to face and telephone enquiries from parents, external agencies and members of the general public- Overseeing access to the building for visitors, including safeguarding procedures- Assisting teachers and senior leadership team with data on pupil records and various reports from the SIMS system, for example about attendance- Collecting money for dinners, school trips etc as required- Photocopying, post, filing and general administrative supportIn this position you will benefit from a competitive hourly rate, great working location near Ilkley and the chance to become a crucial member of the team at an outstanding academy school who are committed to 'promote diversity and want a workforce that reflects the populations across our Trust.'As well as this, by working with Randstad you would be entitled to some more fantastic perks, including;-A dedicated, professional and friendly specialist School Support Services consultant 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)- Commitment to your continuing professional development through free training- 'recommend a friend' bonus worth up to £300Please apply for this role today by following the onscreen instructions or sending your CV to leeds@randstadeducation.co.uk
        • chelmsford, east of england
        • contract
        • £120 - £185 per day
        • part-time
        Are you motivated, enthusiastic, and committed to achieving high standards? Can you demonstrate the practical application of assessment for learning techniques, and do you value a creative, cross curricular approach? If so, then the below role could be for you!Randstad Education Chelmsford is working closely with a primary school in the Braintree area, who are looking to appoint a part-time class teacher, to work 2 days a week, in either key stage 1 or 2. The role is initially for 2 terms, from September 2020 to April 2021, but there may be the possibility of a permanent position for the right applicant.The main duties of the role are as follows:-*Planning, preparation and teaching of clearly structured differentiated lessons to meet the individual needs of pupils. Using a variety of interactive teaching methods, which interest and motivate pupils in accordance with school policy.*Organising work, grouping and teaching pupils and marking work to meet the needs of individual pupils.*To promote active and independent learning that enables pupils to think for themselves and manage their own learning.*Assess, record and report progress and attainment in accordance with school policy, set appropriate pupil targets.*Organise and manage teaching and learning time effectively.*Organise and manage the physical teaching space, tools and resources safely and effectively in accordance with school policy.*Set high expectations for pupil behaviour and establish clear framework for classroom discipline.*Promote the inclusion of all children within the classroom ensuring equal access to lessons and their content.*Communicate and consult with the parents and carers of pupils.*Communicate and cooperate with other agencies to support the educational and general development of individual pupils.The school can offer:-*Very well behaved and enthusiastic learners.*Excellent resources including ICT.*A caring, supportive, inclusive and forward looking ethos.*A dedicated and enthusiastic staff team who make a difference.*CPD opportunities and regular coaching in school.If you would be interested in hearing more about this or any other opportunities we have, please get in touch on 01245 260100 or on chelmsford@randstadeducation.co.uk.
        Are you motivated, enthusiastic, and committed to achieving high standards? Can you demonstrate the practical application of assessment for learning techniques, and do you value a creative, cross curricular approach? If so, then the below role could be for you!Randstad Education Chelmsford is working closely with a primary school in the Braintree area, who are looking to appoint a part-time class teacher, to work 2 days a week, in either key stage 1 or 2. The role is initially for 2 terms, from September 2020 to April 2021, but there may be the possibility of a permanent position for the right applicant.The main duties of the role are as follows:-*Planning, preparation and teaching of clearly structured differentiated lessons to meet the individual needs of pupils. Using a variety of interactive teaching methods, which interest and motivate pupils in accordance with school policy.*Organising work, grouping and teaching pupils and marking work to meet the needs of individual pupils.*To promote active and independent learning that enables pupils to think for themselves and manage their own learning.*Assess, record and report progress and attainment in accordance with school policy, set appropriate pupil targets.*Organise and manage teaching and learning time effectively.*Organise and manage the physical teaching space, tools and resources safely and effectively in accordance with school policy.*Set high expectations for pupil behaviour and establish clear framework for classroom discipline.*Promote the inclusion of all children within the classroom ensuring equal access to lessons and their content.*Communicate and consult with the parents and carers of pupils.*Communicate and cooperate with other agencies to support the educational and general development of individual pupils.The school can offer:-*Very well behaved and enthusiastic learners.*Excellent resources including ICT.*A caring, supportive, inclusive and forward looking ethos.*A dedicated and enthusiastic staff team who make a difference.*CPD opportunities and regular coaching in school.If you would be interested in hearing more about this or any other opportunities we have, please get in touch on 01245 260100 or on chelmsford@randstadeducation.co.uk.
        • lytham st. annes, north west
        • contract
        • £60 - £80, per day, holidays and parking
        • full-time
        School IT Technician, LythamWe are currently looking for an experienced school IT Technician to support one of our secondary schools within the Lytham area on a temporary basis. The role is to start ASAP supporting other technicians and the IT Manager. Hours for this IT Technician role are 8.30-4.00pm but may be required to support after school hours on occasion.The role- Resolve basic problems associated with operating systems, networks, software, hardware across school, password resets- Ensure virus protection is kept up to date- Be able to tackle any networking issues within the school- Maintain the hardware database with new and updated equipment - Installation of new software - Being aware of and following all school policies and procedures, in particular policies related to the use of ICT equipment and sites- Obtain quotes, which represent best value, for new equipment an repairsThe skills- A strong knowledge of IT and a genuine passion for it.- A relevant IT qualification.- A patient approach towards working with children and adults alike.- The willingness to learn and train on the job.- Effective communication skills, both orally and in writing.- A strong work ethic, the ability to work as part of a team of technicians, and a professional attitude.The benefits- Dedicated consultants with experience working in education- 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 branchesWe 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, which may be a better match. All candidates will be subject to Randstad Education's child protection and UK eligibility checks.If you feel you have the recent and relevant experience required for this IT Technician post, then please email your CV now to your specialist consultant at leanne.kessell@randstadeducation.co.uk
        School IT Technician, LythamWe are currently looking for an experienced school IT Technician to support one of our secondary schools within the Lytham area on a temporary basis. The role is to start ASAP supporting other technicians and the IT Manager. Hours for this IT Technician role are 8.30-4.00pm but may be required to support after school hours on occasion.The role- Resolve basic problems associated with operating systems, networks, software, hardware across school, password resets- Ensure virus protection is kept up to date- Be able to tackle any networking issues within the school- Maintain the hardware database with new and updated equipment - Installation of new software - Being aware of and following all school policies and procedures, in particular policies related to the use of ICT equipment and sites- Obtain quotes, which represent best value, for new equipment an repairsThe skills- A strong knowledge of IT and a genuine passion for it.- A relevant IT qualification.- A patient approach towards working with children and adults alike.- The willingness to learn and train on the job.- Effective communication skills, both orally and in writing.- A strong work ethic, the ability to work as part of a team of technicians, and a professional attitude.The benefits- Dedicated consultants with experience working in education- 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 branchesWe 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, which may be a better match. All candidates will be subject to Randstad Education's child protection and UK eligibility checks.If you feel you have the recent and relevant experience required for this IT Technician post, then please email your CV now to your specialist consultant at leanne.kessell@randstadeducation.co.uk
        • kuwait, mena
        • contract
        • full-time
        Chemistry TeacherStart Date: August 2020Location: KuwaitCurriculum: USExperience: NQT's will be consideredSalary: Salaries start from 700KWD per monthSponsorship: SingleContract: 1 year renewableThe school is an independent, Preschool-Grade 9 international school located in Kuwait. They are a centre for cross-cultural exchange and a focal point for families interested in a high-quality trilingual education. Uniting Germany's traditions, know-how, and culture with U.S. dynamics, innovation and ambition. They pride themselves on providing an education based on success, academic rigour, and professionalism to provide a safe learning environment for all students. The schools aims for all students to enjoy learning, achieve success and be prepared for life in the 21st century. The school boasts modern, resourced classrooms with large indoor play areas. There are interactive whiteboards within the school and fully equipped ICT lab.This is a good opportunity for educators who have a desire to work in an ESL environment to establish an international career in a school with experienced management and in a local setting which is both challenging and rewarding. The school provides ongoing professional development to teachers in order to implement best-practice instructional strategies. A few examples include: guided reading and library skills programs, technology integration, 21st century thinking skills, effective questioning strategies and professional learning communities.Requirements:Bachelor's Degree in Education or the teaching subject along with a relevant teaching certificate. Newly qualified teachers will be considered and previous ESL or Learning Support experience will be an advantage. Candidates must demonstrate flexibility, adaptability and a passion for teaching.No South Africans, US and CA are preference, open to UK, NZL and AustraliaPackage: Salaries starting from 700KWD per month, fully furnished single/ family accommodation (close to schools) or allowance, utilities paid, annual flights, medical insurance, tuition for children of teaching couples
        Chemistry TeacherStart Date: August 2020Location: KuwaitCurriculum: USExperience: NQT's will be consideredSalary: Salaries start from 700KWD per monthSponsorship: SingleContract: 1 year renewableThe school is an independent, Preschool-Grade 9 international school located in Kuwait. They are a centre for cross-cultural exchange and a focal point for families interested in a high-quality trilingual education. Uniting Germany's traditions, know-how, and culture with U.S. dynamics, innovation and ambition. They pride themselves on providing an education based on success, academic rigour, and professionalism to provide a safe learning environment for all students. The schools aims for all students to enjoy learning, achieve success and be prepared for life in the 21st century. The school boasts modern, resourced classrooms with large indoor play areas. There are interactive whiteboards within the school and fully equipped ICT lab.This is a good opportunity for educators who have a desire to work in an ESL environment to establish an international career in a school with experienced management and in a local setting which is both challenging and rewarding. The school provides ongoing professional development to teachers in order to implement best-practice instructional strategies. A few examples include: guided reading and library skills programs, technology integration, 21st century thinking skills, effective questioning strategies and professional learning communities.Requirements:Bachelor's Degree in Education or the teaching subject along with a relevant teaching certificate. Newly qualified teachers will be considered and previous ESL or Learning Support experience will be an advantage. Candidates must demonstrate flexibility, adaptability and a passion for teaching.No South Africans, US and CA are preference, open to UK, NZL and AustraliaPackage: Salaries starting from 700KWD per month, fully furnished single/ family accommodation (close to schools) or allowance, utilities paid, annual flights, medical insurance, tuition for children of teaching couples
        • kuwait, mena
        • contract
        • full-time
        Psychology and Sociology Teacher - Kuwait, ASAP Start Date: August 2020Location: KuwaitCurriculum: USExperience: NQT's will be consideredSalary: Salaries start from 700KWD per monthSponsorship: SingleContract: 1 year renewableThe school is an independent, Preschool-Grade 9 international school located in Kuwait. They are a centre for cross-cultural exchange and a focal point for families interested in a high-quality trilingual education. Uniting Germany's traditions, know-how, and culture with U.S. dynamics, innovation and ambition. They pride themselves on providing an education based on success, academic rigour, and professionalism to provide a safe learning environment for all students. The schools aims for all students to enjoy learning, achieve success and be prepared for life in the 21st century. The school boasts modern, resourced classrooms with large indoor play areas. There are interactive whiteboards within the school and fully equipped ICT lab.This is a good opportunity for educators who have a desire to work in an ESL environment to establish an international career in a school with experienced management and in a local setting which is both challenging and rewarding. The school provides ongoing professional development to teachers in order to implement best-practice instructional strategies. A few examples include: guided reading and library skills programs, technology integration, 21st century thinking skills, effective questioning strategies and professional learning communities.Requirements:Bachelor's Degree in Education or the teaching subject along with a relevant teaching certificate. Newly qualified teachers will be considered and previous ESL or Learning Support experience will be an advantage. Candidates must demonstrate flexibility, adaptability and a passion for teaching.No South Africans, US and CA are preference, open to UK, NZL and AustraliaPackage: Salaries starting from 700KWD per month, fully furnished single/ family accommodation (close to schools) or allowance, utilities paid, annual flights, medical insurance, tuition for children of teaching couples
        Psychology and Sociology Teacher - Kuwait, ASAP Start Date: August 2020Location: KuwaitCurriculum: USExperience: NQT's will be consideredSalary: Salaries start from 700KWD per monthSponsorship: SingleContract: 1 year renewableThe school is an independent, Preschool-Grade 9 international school located in Kuwait. They are a centre for cross-cultural exchange and a focal point for families interested in a high-quality trilingual education. Uniting Germany's traditions, know-how, and culture with U.S. dynamics, innovation and ambition. They pride themselves on providing an education based on success, academic rigour, and professionalism to provide a safe learning environment for all students. The schools aims for all students to enjoy learning, achieve success and be prepared for life in the 21st century. The school boasts modern, resourced classrooms with large indoor play areas. There are interactive whiteboards within the school and fully equipped ICT lab.This is a good opportunity for educators who have a desire to work in an ESL environment to establish an international career in a school with experienced management and in a local setting which is both challenging and rewarding. The school provides ongoing professional development to teachers in order to implement best-practice instructional strategies. A few examples include: guided reading and library skills programs, technology integration, 21st century thinking skills, effective questioning strategies and professional learning communities.Requirements:Bachelor's Degree in Education or the teaching subject along with a relevant teaching certificate. Newly qualified teachers will be considered and previous ESL or Learning Support experience will be an advantage. Candidates must demonstrate flexibility, adaptability and a passion for teaching.No South Africans, US and CA are preference, open to UK, NZL and AustraliaPackage: Salaries starting from 700KWD per month, fully furnished single/ family accommodation (close to schools) or allowance, utilities paid, annual flights, medical insurance, tuition for children of teaching couples
        • kuwait, mena
        • contract
        • full-time
        Primary Homeroom Teacher - Kuwait, ASAPStart Date: August 2020Location: KuwaitCurriculum: USExperience: NQT's will be consideredSalary: Salaries start from 700KWD per monthSponsorship: SingleContract: 1 year renewableThe school is an independent, Preschool-Grade 9 international school located in Kuwait. They are a centre for cross-cultural exchange and a focal point for families interested in a high-quality trilingual education. Uniting Germany's traditions, know-how, and culture with U.S. dynamics, innovation and ambition. They pride themselves on providing an education based on success, academic rigour, and professionalism to provide a safe learning environment for all students. The schools aims for all students to enjoy learning, achieve success and be prepared for life in the 21st century. The school boasts modern, resourced classrooms with large indoor play areas. There are interactive whiteboards within the school and fully equipped ICT lab.This is a good opportunity for educators who have a desire to work in an ESL environment to establish an international career in a school with experienced management and in a local setting which is both challenging and rewarding. The school provides ongoing professional development to teachers in order to implement best-practice instructional strategies. A few examples include: guided reading and library skills programs, technology integration, 21st century thinking skills, effective questioning strategies and professional learning communities.Requirements:Bachelor's Degree in Education or the teaching subject along with a relevant teaching certificate. Newly qualified teachers will be considered and previous ESL or Learning Support experience will be an advantage. Candidates must demonstrate flexibility, adaptability and a passion for teaching.No South Africans, US and CA are preference, open to UK, NZL and AustraliaPackage: Salaries starting from 700KWD per month, fully furnished single/ family accommodation (close to schools) or allowance, utilities paid, annual flights, medical insurance, tuition for children of teaching couples
        Primary Homeroom Teacher - Kuwait, ASAPStart Date: August 2020Location: KuwaitCurriculum: USExperience: NQT's will be consideredSalary: Salaries start from 700KWD per monthSponsorship: SingleContract: 1 year renewableThe school is an independent, Preschool-Grade 9 international school located in Kuwait. They are a centre for cross-cultural exchange and a focal point for families interested in a high-quality trilingual education. Uniting Germany's traditions, know-how, and culture with U.S. dynamics, innovation and ambition. They pride themselves on providing an education based on success, academic rigour, and professionalism to provide a safe learning environment for all students. The schools aims for all students to enjoy learning, achieve success and be prepared for life in the 21st century. The school boasts modern, resourced classrooms with large indoor play areas. There are interactive whiteboards within the school and fully equipped ICT lab.This is a good opportunity for educators who have a desire to work in an ESL environment to establish an international career in a school with experienced management and in a local setting which is both challenging and rewarding. The school provides ongoing professional development to teachers in order to implement best-practice instructional strategies. A few examples include: guided reading and library skills programs, technology integration, 21st century thinking skills, effective questioning strategies and professional learning communities.Requirements:Bachelor's Degree in Education or the teaching subject along with a relevant teaching certificate. Newly qualified teachers will be considered and previous ESL or Learning Support experience will be an advantage. Candidates must demonstrate flexibility, adaptability and a passion for teaching.No South Africans, US and CA are preference, open to UK, NZL and AustraliaPackage: Salaries starting from 700KWD per month, fully furnished single/ family accommodation (close to schools) or allowance, utilities paid, annual flights, medical insurance, tuition for children of teaching couples
        • chelmsford, east of england
        • contract
        • £125 - £185 per day
        • full-time
        Are you a Key Stage 1 Teacher focused on working together to achieve the highest educational standards for the cohort you are responsible for? Are you able to provide an environment to your pupils that excites, motivates and challenges them, and encourages lifelong learning and an interest in the world around them?Randstad Education is working closely with a large Primary school in the Chelmsford area. The school is looking for a full-time Key Stage 1 teacher to start in January 2021, initially on a long term temporary basis, but there is the possibility of a permanent role for the right person.The successful candidate will be a qualified or experienced, accomplished Key Stage 1 Teacher who possesses the confidence and ability to prepare fun and effective lessons. They will be a Teacher who has excellent subject knowledge and understanding of the current curriculum, committed to ensuring that all students, regardless of ability, have the opportunity to make excellent progress.The main skill requirements of the role are as follows:-*The ability to use a range of teaching strategies to meet the needs of all pupils effectively.*The ability to use a range of classroom management strategies to ensure children develop good learning behaviours.*The ability to challenge and support all pupils to make good progress.*Basic understanding and competence in ICT.*The ability to communicate effectively with pupils, parents/carers and colleagues from a range of different environments, building good relationships.*The ability to write clear, concise reports.*Promote the school's aims positively, and use effective strategies to monitor motivation and moraleIn return the school can offer a close-knit, supportive team in a pleasant Primary School environment, with regular opportunities for continued professional development. Through the other schools within the trust, that this school is a part of, there will be the option of a wide-reaching support network and the opportunity to share best practice and pool resources.If you would like more information, or you would like to apply to this or any of the other opportunities we have currently, please contact the Randstad Education Primary Team on 01245 260 100 or on jake.hancock@randstadeducation.co.uk.
        Are you a Key Stage 1 Teacher focused on working together to achieve the highest educational standards for the cohort you are responsible for? Are you able to provide an environment to your pupils that excites, motivates and challenges them, and encourages lifelong learning and an interest in the world around them?Randstad Education is working closely with a large Primary school in the Chelmsford area. The school is looking for a full-time Key Stage 1 teacher to start in January 2021, initially on a long term temporary basis, but there is the possibility of a permanent role for the right person.The successful candidate will be a qualified or experienced, accomplished Key Stage 1 Teacher who possesses the confidence and ability to prepare fun and effective lessons. They will be a Teacher who has excellent subject knowledge and understanding of the current curriculum, committed to ensuring that all students, regardless of ability, have the opportunity to make excellent progress.The main skill requirements of the role are as follows:-*The ability to use a range of teaching strategies to meet the needs of all pupils effectively.*The ability to use a range of classroom management strategies to ensure children develop good learning behaviours.*The ability to challenge and support all pupils to make good progress.*Basic understanding and competence in ICT.*The ability to communicate effectively with pupils, parents/carers and colleagues from a range of different environments, building good relationships.*The ability to write clear, concise reports.*Promote the school's aims positively, and use effective strategies to monitor motivation and moraleIn return the school can offer a close-knit, supportive team in a pleasant Primary School environment, with regular opportunities for continued professional development. Through the other schools within the trust, that this school is a part of, there will be the option of a wide-reaching support network and the opportunity to share best practice and pool resources.If you would like more information, or you would like to apply to this or any of the other opportunities we have currently, please contact the Randstad Education Primary Team on 01245 260 100 or on jake.hancock@randstadeducation.co.uk.
        • accrington, north west
        • contract
        • £10.00 - £11.00, per hour, parking and holidays
        • full-time
        School Finance Administrator, AccringtonDo you have experience of working within school finance administration? Are you available for interim positions ASAP? If so, then we are looking for you! We are currently recruiting for a school based in the Accrington area who is looking for a school finance officer to cover a long term temporary contract. This position requires an excellent working knowledge of SIMS and FMS6, as you will be expected to hit the ground running and deliver a high standard of work from the outset.The post is full time (8.30-4pm) Monday to Friday and you need to be available ASAP.The skills - Excellent administrative and ICT skills (including SIMS and FMS6) and the ability to multi-task. - A qualification in Business Administration or Accountancy and Finance would be an advantage but is not essential. - Effective communication skills, both orally and in writing. - The ability to work with high levels of tact, confidentiality and discretion. - At least 6-12 months experience of working within a school.The role- Day to day finance procedures, including order processing, invoicing and reconciliations. - Printing and signing cheques.- Dealing with petty cash.- Financial reporting for meetings.- Potentially assisting with any HR administration.- Supporting on the reception area, dealing with calls, messages and visitors to the school.The benefits- Dedicated consultants with experience working in education- 24/7 on-call service- 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 branchesWe 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 school experience, as we may have other roles available in schools, which may be a better match.All candidates will be subject to Randstad Education's child protection and UK eligibility checks. A DBS on the uipdate service would be an advantage.If you feel you have the school finance experience required for this role then please send your CV now to leanne.kessell@randstadeducation.co.uk
        School Finance Administrator, AccringtonDo you have experience of working within school finance administration? Are you available for interim positions ASAP? If so, then we are looking for you! We are currently recruiting for a school based in the Accrington area who is looking for a school finance officer to cover a long term temporary contract. This position requires an excellent working knowledge of SIMS and FMS6, as you will be expected to hit the ground running and deliver a high standard of work from the outset.The post is full time (8.30-4pm) Monday to Friday and you need to be available ASAP.The skills - Excellent administrative and ICT skills (including SIMS and FMS6) and the ability to multi-task. - A qualification in Business Administration or Accountancy and Finance would be an advantage but is not essential. - Effective communication skills, both orally and in writing. - The ability to work with high levels of tact, confidentiality and discretion. - At least 6-12 months experience of working within a school.The role- Day to day finance procedures, including order processing, invoicing and reconciliations. - Printing and signing cheques.- Dealing with petty cash.- Financial reporting for meetings.- Potentially assisting with any HR administration.- Supporting on the reception area, dealing with calls, messages and visitors to the school.The benefits- Dedicated consultants with experience working in education- 24/7 on-call service- 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 branchesWe 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 school experience, as we may have other roles available in schools, which may be a better match.All candidates will be subject to Randstad Education's child protection and UK eligibility checks. A DBS on the uipdate service would be an advantage.If you feel you have the school finance experience required for this role then please send your CV now to leanne.kessell@randstadeducation.co.uk
        • sheffield, yorkshire and the humber
        • contract
        • £65 - £75 per day
        • part-time
        SIMS School AdministratorRandstad Education are currently supporting a large trust in Sheffield to recruit for a temporary part-time School Administrator with a working knowledge of the School Information Management System (SIMS). The post is 3 days per week, (days are negotiable but preferably including Monday and Friday). Candidates MUST have previous experience of working in an educational establishment, as you will be expected to hit the ground running and deliver a high standard of work in a fast-paced environment. All 5 schools are based in Sheffield and you could be asked to work across all schools at different times.As the successful applicant, you will have: - Excellent administrative and ICT skills and the ability to multi-task - A qualifications in Business Administration would be an advantage but is not essential - Effective communication skills, both orally and in writing - The ability to work with high levels of tact, confidentiality and discretion - A patient approach towards working with children and adults alikeYou would need to be available to start from September 2020, and the post is ongoing. Responsibilities would include: - Handling face to face and telephone enquiries from parents, external agencies and members of the general public - Overseeing access to the building for visitors, including safeguarding procedures - Assisting teachers and senior leadership team with data on pupil records and various reports from the SIMS system, for example about attendance - Collecting money for dinners, school trips etc as required - Photocopying, post, filing and general administrative supportOur staff have a well-deserved reputation as being the best in South Yorkshire and as a reward for your hard work and commitment you will benefit from:- a dedicated, professional and friendly specialist School Support Services consultant 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)- commitment to your continuing professional development through free 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'Please contact Gemma on 0114 2743765 and email your CV to gemma.gibaux@randstadeducation.co.uk
        SIMS School AdministratorRandstad Education are currently supporting a large trust in Sheffield to recruit for a temporary part-time School Administrator with a working knowledge of the School Information Management System (SIMS). The post is 3 days per week, (days are negotiable but preferably including Monday and Friday). Candidates MUST have previous experience of working in an educational establishment, as you will be expected to hit the ground running and deliver a high standard of work in a fast-paced environment. All 5 schools are based in Sheffield and you could be asked to work across all schools at different times.As the successful applicant, you will have: - Excellent administrative and ICT skills and the ability to multi-task - A qualifications in Business Administration would be an advantage but is not essential - Effective communication skills, both orally and in writing - The ability to work with high levels of tact, confidentiality and discretion - A patient approach towards working with children and adults alikeYou would need to be available to start from September 2020, and the post is ongoing. Responsibilities would include: - Handling face to face and telephone enquiries from parents, external agencies and members of the general public - Overseeing access to the building for visitors, including safeguarding procedures - Assisting teachers and senior leadership team with data on pupil records and various reports from the SIMS system, for example about attendance - Collecting money for dinners, school trips etc as required - Photocopying, post, filing and general administrative supportOur staff have a well-deserved reputation as being the best in South Yorkshire and as a reward for your hard work and commitment you will benefit from:- a dedicated, professional and friendly specialist School Support Services consultant 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)- commitment to your continuing professional development through free 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'Please contact Gemma on 0114 2743765 and email your CV to gemma.gibaux@randstadeducation.co.uk
        • manchester, north west
        • contract
        • £65 - £80 per day
        • full-time
        Do you have experience working with pupils with complex needs?Do you want to help support pupils in a Special Educational Needs (SEN) school?We are looking for a dedicated and experienced teaching assistant to work with pupils with complexneeds. All students have a statement of special educational needs for moderate to severe andprofound and multiple learning difficulties. Some students have additional complex learning, sensoryor physical needs; there is a growing number of students with high dependency medical needs orautism spectrum conditions.You will be supporting small class sizes in a High School with pupils agedbetween 11 and 19.The school has access to lots of facilities, including: Design Technology Food Technology Art, Science Careers ICT suite Dance, drama music studio Sports hall. Hydrotherapy room Therapy area Medical areas Outdoor play areas Multisensory rooms Calm spaces Gym Community roomThe school logo is "Do your best". They believe that everyone in the school can contribute to theirschool community by always doing their best yet not necessarily having to be the best. They are veryproud that staff and pupils always work hard and strive to achieve. There is a very strong approachto team work by staff and pupils.The school has several aims, some of these including:Promote self-esteem by recognising and celebrating the achievement of individual pupilsPromote the ability to respect other peoples' points of view regardless of race, gender,religion, sexuality or abilityPromote, where appropriate, the inclusion of pupils within and outside school, ensuring thatsuch inclusion is in accord with parental wishes and is of benefit to the pupil atmosphere ofthe schoolProvide the community with opportunities to value our pupils as individuals and recognisetheir contribution to societyWork with a multidisciplinary team to meet the individual needs of each pupilThere are several benefits of this role, including: Working with vastly experienced staff who will guide you in your role Gaining valuable SEN experience in a school rated outstanding by Ofsted Working in a school with fantastic facilities Parking facilities on siteThe responsibilities of this role include: Supporting the teacher of the teacher within the classroom Working on a one to one basis with pupils to aid their learning Helping pupils with any additional care needs (e.g. toileting, feeding, administering medication) Setting up the classroom for the lessonThe requirements for this role are: A DBS on the update service Team Teach qualification Experience working with pupils complex needs Being a dedicated teaching assistant who wants to help pupils reach their full potentialThe successful candidate will work in an inclusive school that tries to meet the needs of all theirchildren regardless of their level of support need.You will work in a friendly and warm classroom environment and get the training needed to be a successful teaching assistant. If you want to apply for this role, please contact Laura at 0161 200 1904 or email at laura.vickers@randstad.co.uk
        Do you have experience working with pupils with complex needs?Do you want to help support pupils in a Special Educational Needs (SEN) school?We are looking for a dedicated and experienced teaching assistant to work with pupils with complexneeds. All students have a statement of special educational needs for moderate to severe andprofound and multiple learning difficulties. Some students have additional complex learning, sensoryor physical needs; there is a growing number of students with high dependency medical needs orautism spectrum conditions.You will be supporting small class sizes in a High School with pupils agedbetween 11 and 19.The school has access to lots of facilities, including: Design Technology Food Technology Art, Science Careers ICT suite Dance, drama music studio Sports hall. Hydrotherapy room Therapy area Medical areas Outdoor play areas Multisensory rooms Calm spaces Gym Community roomThe school logo is "Do your best". They believe that everyone in the school can contribute to theirschool community by always doing their best yet not necessarily having to be the best. They are veryproud that staff and pupils always work hard and strive to achieve. There is a very strong approachto team work by staff and pupils.The school has several aims, some of these including:Promote self-esteem by recognising and celebrating the achievement of individual pupilsPromote the ability to respect other peoples' points of view regardless of race, gender,religion, sexuality or abilityPromote, where appropriate, the inclusion of pupils within and outside school, ensuring thatsuch inclusion is in accord with parental wishes and is of benefit to the pupil atmosphere ofthe schoolProvide the community with opportunities to value our pupils as individuals and recognisetheir contribution to societyWork with a multidisciplinary team to meet the individual needs of each pupilThere are several benefits of this role, including: Working with vastly experienced staff who will guide you in your role Gaining valuable SEN experience in a school rated outstanding by Ofsted Working in a school with fantastic facilities Parking facilities on siteThe responsibilities of this role include: Supporting the teacher of the teacher within the classroom Working on a one to one basis with pupils to aid their learning Helping pupils with any additional care needs (e.g. toileting, feeding, administering medication) Setting up the classroom for the lessonThe requirements for this role are: A DBS on the update service Team Teach qualification Experience working with pupils complex needs Being a dedicated teaching assistant who wants to help pupils reach their full potentialThe successful candidate will work in an inclusive school that tries to meet the needs of all theirchildren regardless of their level of support need.You will work in a friendly and warm classroom environment and get the training needed to be a successful teaching assistant. If you want to apply for this role, please contact Laura at 0161 200 1904 or email at laura.vickers@randstad.co.uk
        • city of manchester, north west
        • contract
        • competitive
        • full-time
        Do you have experience working as a teacher and want to take on a new challenge in your career?Do you want to work with pupils who are eager to learn and help them to progress in their education?We are looking for an experience teacher to work in a high school with pupils aged between 11 and 19. These pupils have a statement of special educational needs (SEN) from severe learning difficulties (SLD) to profound and multiple learning difficulties (PMLD). Some pupils have additional complex learning, sensory or physical needs and some pupils have high dependency medical needs or autism spectrum conditions (ASC).There are many facilities in the school, including:* Fully equipped multi-sensory rooms fitted with a range of equipment* A soft play room* A library* A well equipped food technology room* A well equipped design and art rooms* A fully equipped science room* An ICT suite* A hydrotherapy poolThe school has several aims, some of these are:* Promoting self-esteem by recognising and celebrating the achievement of individual pupils* Promoting the ability to respect other people's points of view regardless of race, gender, religion, sexuality or ability* Promoting, where appropriate, the inclusion of pupils within and outside school, ensuring that such inclusion is in accord with parental wishes and is of benefit to the pupil* Promoting and encourage the involvement of parents and carers in all aspects of school life by welcoming them into school and helping them add to the positive and friendly atmosphere of the school* Providing the community with opportunities to value our pupils as individuals and recognise their contribution to society* Working with a multidisciplinary team to meet the individual needs of each pupilThere are many benefits of this role, including:* Working in a school ranked outstanding by Ofsted* Gaining experience within the SEN sector and expanding your teaching career* Working with pupils who are eager to learn* The opportunity to work in a dynamic environmentThe responsibilities of this role include:* Developing interesting lesson plans that will aid pupils' learning development* Delivering enthusiastic and engaging lessons to pupils* Tracking the progress of pupils and reviewing lesson plans to accommodate for any successes or weaknesses* Develop and maintain pupils self-esteem and successThe requirements for this role are:* A DBS on the update service* Experience working as a teacher* A teaching qualification (NQTs are welcome to apply)* Being a resilient and hard-working individualThe successful candidate will work in a school with a warm, friendly and caring environment with pupils who are eager to learn and engage in lessons. You will work within a supportive staff team who will aid the development of your skills within the SEN sector. You will be working in an excellent school and teaching several subjects within the curriculum. If you are ready for a new and exciting opportunity and want to help pupils to reach their full potential, this is the role for you. If you are interested in this role, please contact Laura on 0161 200 1904 or email at laura.vickers@randstad.co.uk
        Do you have experience working as a teacher and want to take on a new challenge in your career?Do you want to work with pupils who are eager to learn and help them to progress in their education?We are looking for an experience teacher to work in a high school with pupils aged between 11 and 19. These pupils have a statement of special educational needs (SEN) from severe learning difficulties (SLD) to profound and multiple learning difficulties (PMLD). Some pupils have additional complex learning, sensory or physical needs and some pupils have high dependency medical needs or autism spectrum conditions (ASC).There are many facilities in the school, including:* Fully equipped multi-sensory rooms fitted with a range of equipment* A soft play room* A library* A well equipped food technology room* A well equipped design and art rooms* A fully equipped science room* An ICT suite* A hydrotherapy poolThe school has several aims, some of these are:* Promoting self-esteem by recognising and celebrating the achievement of individual pupils* Promoting the ability to respect other people's points of view regardless of race, gender, religion, sexuality or ability* Promoting, where appropriate, the inclusion of pupils within and outside school, ensuring that such inclusion is in accord with parental wishes and is of benefit to the pupil* Promoting and encourage the involvement of parents and carers in all aspects of school life by welcoming them into school and helping them add to the positive and friendly atmosphere of the school* Providing the community with opportunities to value our pupils as individuals and recognise their contribution to society* Working with a multidisciplinary team to meet the individual needs of each pupilThere are many benefits of this role, including:* Working in a school ranked outstanding by Ofsted* Gaining experience within the SEN sector and expanding your teaching career* Working with pupils who are eager to learn* The opportunity to work in a dynamic environmentThe responsibilities of this role include:* Developing interesting lesson plans that will aid pupils' learning development* Delivering enthusiastic and engaging lessons to pupils* Tracking the progress of pupils and reviewing lesson plans to accommodate for any successes or weaknesses* Develop and maintain pupils self-esteem and successThe requirements for this role are:* A DBS on the update service* Experience working as a teacher* A teaching qualification (NQTs are welcome to apply)* Being a resilient and hard-working individualThe successful candidate will work in a school with a warm, friendly and caring environment with pupils who are eager to learn and engage in lessons. You will work within a supportive staff team who will aid the development of your skills within the SEN sector. You will be working in an excellent school and teaching several subjects within the curriculum. If you are ready for a new and exciting opportunity and want to help pupils to reach their full potential, this is the role for you. If you are interested in this role, please contact Laura on 0161 200 1904 or email at laura.vickers@randstad.co.uk

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