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      • lewisham, london
      • contract
      • £24,700 - £25,600 per year
      • randstad education
      Have you previously worked in the healthcare sector and looking for something a little different to fit in with your work/life?Would you consider working within an educational environment?Do you love working with children? We are currently looking for a Medical Officer who can support the school and provide excellent customer care to the students and parents of a Secondary School. This Medical Officer role is based in the Lewisham area. This is a Full Time Term Time Only RoleThe Medical Officer will:- Be responsible for the reporting and continual monitoring of all medical incidents and accidents and ensuring that remedial measures are put into place where necessary. Be responsible for the maintenance of the defibrillators and the stock of medical supplies and student and spare medication. Liaise with the Health & Safety AHT in respect of Health & Safety matters. Assist with care where necessary to support the wellbeing of a child or adult. Manage staff and student health care programmes to include vaccinations and healthcare checks. Be responsible for the administration of recording and reporting of medical issues. Point of contact for the management of infections and notifiable medical conditions. Manage medical information provided by the parents .Manage information provided by parents related to allergies, food allergies and medical intolerance for their child. Provide medical assistance to staff as required. Log all medical emergencies for events. The skillsExperience in a similar role.A good working knowledge of the SIMS software and Excel.An ability to maintain an appropriate level of confidentiality.Good understanding of all safeguarding and child protection procedures.First Aid at Work Qualification. All posts are subject to an enhanced DBS and vetting checks.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 education, which may be a better match.Are you interested in moving into a new medical officer role in the Lewisham area? If so then send your CV via apply now
      Have you previously worked in the healthcare sector and looking for something a little different to fit in with your work/life?Would you consider working within an educational environment?Do you love working with children? We are currently looking for a Medical Officer who can support the school and provide excellent customer care to the students and parents of a Secondary School. This Medical Officer role is based in the Lewisham area. This is a Full Time Term Time Only RoleThe Medical Officer will:- Be responsible for the reporting and continual monitoring of all medical incidents and accidents and ensuring that remedial measures are put into place where necessary. Be responsible for the maintenance of the defibrillators and the stock of medical supplies and student and spare medication. Liaise with the Health & Safety AHT in respect of Health & Safety matters. Assist with care where necessary to support the wellbeing of a child or adult. Manage staff and student health care programmes to include vaccinations and healthcare checks. Be responsible for the administration of recording and reporting of medical issues. Point of contact for the management of infections and notifiable medical conditions. Manage medical information provided by the parents .Manage information provided by parents related to allergies, food allergies and medical intolerance for their child. Provide medical assistance to staff as required. Log all medical emergencies for events. The skillsExperience in a similar role.A good working knowledge of the SIMS software and Excel.An ability to maintain an appropriate level of confidentiality.Good understanding of all safeguarding and child protection procedures.First Aid at Work Qualification. All posts are subject to an enhanced DBS and vetting checks.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 education, which may be a better match.Are you interested in moving into a new medical officer role in the Lewisham area? If so then send your CV via apply now
      • croydon, london
      • contract
      • £80 - £100 per day
      • randstad education
      Randstad Education are currently recruiting for a Teaching Assistant for one of our Pupil Referral Units in East London. This position would be working with students who have been excluded from mainstream schools due to severely challenging behaviour - this could be to SEMH needs or SEN needs (ASD/ADHD etc) The role is Full-time starting ASAP and pays between £80-95 per day depending on experience. This position suits someone with an SEN or Prison background and vast experience working with challenging behaviour. Behavioural management techniques such as Team Teach would be an excellent qualification on your CV for this. Interested? contact Geoff @ Randstad on 020 8126 9089 or send your CV to Geoff.jones@randstad.co.uk.
      Randstad Education are currently recruiting for a Teaching Assistant for one of our Pupil Referral Units in East London. This position would be working with students who have been excluded from mainstream schools due to severely challenging behaviour - this could be to SEMH needs or SEN needs (ASD/ADHD etc) The role is Full-time starting ASAP and pays between £80-95 per day depending on experience. This position suits someone with an SEN or Prison background and vast experience working with challenging behaviour. Behavioural management techniques such as Team Teach would be an excellent qualification on your CV for this. Interested? contact Geoff @ Randstad on 020 8126 9089 or send your CV to Geoff.jones@randstad.co.uk.
      • docklands, london
      • contract
      • randstad business support
      Job Title: Student Mentor Location: Docklands Campus/RemotePay: £14.70Hours: Full time for 5 weeksThe RoleThe focus of the role is to support students that may be having challenges in engaging with their studies and provide routes to their prompt return. This will include promoting student retention and engagement, helping students to adapt quickly to, or re-engage with the university environment . This includes providing mentoring and advice, signposting to other services and coaching students back to study. You will follow up on the information provided by the retention team and academic tutors to contact students and offer them one to one appointments and direct support via email, phone or teams. ResponsibilitiesTo support students that are currently having limited engagement,by utilising coaching, mentoring and signposting strategies to help them to succeed in their university studies. To provide advice and assistance on the requirements and expectations of university study, to implement activities relating to engagement, retention and progression, as well as refer students to specialist services where appropriate. Provide advice and guidance to students on the requirements of university study with one to one appointments, drop-in support and online/ telephone support. Providing advice, encouragement and guidance on academic studies.Contact students, particularly those who are not engaging, to offer support and assistance. Motivate students who are not engaging fully or progressing successfully. Carry out any administrative duties related to the role including managing a calendar of student appointments and drop in sessionsThe CandidateStrong interpersonal skills and confidence with liaising with different people Good organisational skills, including time management, an ability to prioritise tasks and attention to detailGood administrative abilities including data recording and reporting, accurate and timely record keeping and maintaining a calendar of student interventionsAn understanding and awareness of the issues involved in working with a diverse range of staff and students with varying needsThe ability to work within a virtual learning environment using e-learning technologyA thorough understanding of the range of academic and study skills needed to achieve in their own disciplineProven and effective presentation and communication skills (written and verbal)The ability to work confidentially and sensitively to support students to identify key issues and challenges and to provide impartial advice to all studentsRandstad Business Support is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy.
      Job Title: Student Mentor Location: Docklands Campus/RemotePay: £14.70Hours: Full time for 5 weeksThe RoleThe focus of the role is to support students that may be having challenges in engaging with their studies and provide routes to their prompt return. This will include promoting student retention and engagement, helping students to adapt quickly to, or re-engage with the university environment . This includes providing mentoring and advice, signposting to other services and coaching students back to study. You will follow up on the information provided by the retention team and academic tutors to contact students and offer them one to one appointments and direct support via email, phone or teams. ResponsibilitiesTo support students that are currently having limited engagement,by utilising coaching, mentoring and signposting strategies to help them to succeed in their university studies. To provide advice and assistance on the requirements and expectations of university study, to implement activities relating to engagement, retention and progression, as well as refer students to specialist services where appropriate. Provide advice and guidance to students on the requirements of university study with one to one appointments, drop-in support and online/ telephone support. Providing advice, encouragement and guidance on academic studies.Contact students, particularly those who are not engaging, to offer support and assistance. Motivate students who are not engaging fully or progressing successfully. Carry out any administrative duties related to the role including managing a calendar of student appointments and drop in sessionsThe CandidateStrong interpersonal skills and confidence with liaising with different people Good organisational skills, including time management, an ability to prioritise tasks and attention to detailGood administrative abilities including data recording and reporting, accurate and timely record keeping and maintaining a calendar of student interventionsAn understanding and awareness of the issues involved in working with a diverse range of staff and students with varying needsThe ability to work within a virtual learning environment using e-learning technologyA thorough understanding of the range of academic and study skills needed to achieve in their own disciplineProven and effective presentation and communication skills (written and verbal)The ability to work confidentially and sensitively to support students to identify key issues and challenges and to provide impartial advice to all studentsRandstad Business Support is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy.
      • lambeth, london
      • contract
      • £13.00 - £15.00 per hour
      • randstad education
      Are you looking for a new school finance position?Do you live near or in Lambeth?Do you want your next challenge as a Finance and Administration Assistant within an "OUTSTANDING" Ofsted rated school? I am working in partnership with an inner-city suburban school and children's centre, known for its excellence, which is seeking an experienced school Finance and Administration Assistant to join their excellent team and continue the mission to become a leading school at the heart of their diverse community. This is a vibrant three form entry school where children are enthusiastic and motivated to achieve and be the best that they can be.Benefits- Excellent transport links- Developing team and outstanding Ofsted- Competitive ratesResponsibilities- To check and process invoices each day, so will need to have previous knowledge- To assist in the maintenance of the various school computerised databases of pupil and staff information- To provide administrative support to the school as appropriateRequirements- Experience of working in a school office- Considerable experience of the school MIS systems FMS and SIMS- Good verbal and written communication skills- Ability to set and work to agreed targets and work schedules- Excellent attention to detail If this role is ticking all the boxes, then please press the apply button now! If you are shortlisted, one of our experienced consultants will make contact with you to complete a full registration, where we can check eligibility, obtain references and check/complete a DBS clearance. We look forward to hearing from you.
      Are you looking for a new school finance position?Do you live near or in Lambeth?Do you want your next challenge as a Finance and Administration Assistant within an "OUTSTANDING" Ofsted rated school? I am working in partnership with an inner-city suburban school and children's centre, known for its excellence, which is seeking an experienced school Finance and Administration Assistant to join their excellent team and continue the mission to become a leading school at the heart of their diverse community. This is a vibrant three form entry school where children are enthusiastic and motivated to achieve and be the best that they can be.Benefits- Excellent transport links- Developing team and outstanding Ofsted- Competitive ratesResponsibilities- To check and process invoices each day, so will need to have previous knowledge- To assist in the maintenance of the various school computerised databases of pupil and staff information- To provide administrative support to the school as appropriateRequirements- Experience of working in a school office- Considerable experience of the school MIS systems FMS and SIMS- Good verbal and written communication skills- Ability to set and work to agreed targets and work schedules- Excellent attention to detail If this role is ticking all the boxes, then please press the apply button now! If you are shortlisted, one of our experienced consultants will make contact with you to complete a full registration, where we can check eligibility, obtain references and check/complete a DBS clearance. We look forward to hearing from you.
      • hackney, london
      • contract
      • £13.00 - £14.00 per hour
      • randstad education
      Have you ever worked in a school? Have you used the school's database system SIMS? Have you supported a school in their Admissions process? A primary school located in the heart of the London Borough of Hackney requires a School Admissions Officer.The role is based in the main school office but will involve talking to parents in the front line reception area. The school takes all Covid rules and social distancing very seriously and requests that staff are observant of this at all times when meeting visitors.This position is a temporary post offering:-- Competitive rates of pay- Working during school term time only- Weekly pay- Excellent transport links- Contributory pension- Randstad discount opportunities with many high street retailers- £300 'recommend a friend' bonus schemeResponsibilities:-- Administering the school's admissions for the September 2021 intake using SIMS- Speaking to parents to arrange school visits- Meeting with parents and taking them on tours of the school- Welcoming visitors onto the school's site- Ensuring all visitors are recorded on the school's entry system- Briefing visitors on health and safety- Supporting the Office Manager with other administrative tasks, including the school's attendance- Answering incoming calls- Updating the school's database - using SIMSThe ideal person for the role will have:-- Experience of working in a school setting - this is an essential requirement- Ideally with experience of the School Admissions process - DBS clearance on the DBS update service (Randstad can support you in processing this)- Strong communicator- Quick learner- Able to multi-taskIf you want to hear more, then please press the apply button now and one of our experienced consultants will make contact with you. We look forward to hearing from you.
      Have you ever worked in a school? Have you used the school's database system SIMS? Have you supported a school in their Admissions process? A primary school located in the heart of the London Borough of Hackney requires a School Admissions Officer.The role is based in the main school office but will involve talking to parents in the front line reception area. The school takes all Covid rules and social distancing very seriously and requests that staff are observant of this at all times when meeting visitors.This position is a temporary post offering:-- Competitive rates of pay- Working during school term time only- Weekly pay- Excellent transport links- Contributory pension- Randstad discount opportunities with many high street retailers- £300 'recommend a friend' bonus schemeResponsibilities:-- Administering the school's admissions for the September 2021 intake using SIMS- Speaking to parents to arrange school visits- Meeting with parents and taking them on tours of the school- Welcoming visitors onto the school's site- Ensuring all visitors are recorded on the school's entry system- Briefing visitors on health and safety- Supporting the Office Manager with other administrative tasks, including the school's attendance- Answering incoming calls- Updating the school's database - using SIMSThe ideal person for the role will have:-- Experience of working in a school setting - this is an essential requirement- Ideally with experience of the School Admissions process - DBS clearance on the DBS update service (Randstad can support you in processing this)- Strong communicator- Quick learner- Able to multi-taskIf you want to hear more, then please press the apply button now and one of our experienced consultants will make contact with you. We look forward to hearing from you.
      • newham, london
      • contract
      • £13.00 - £15.00 per hour
      • randstad education
      An outstanding secondary school in the heart of Newham is seeking to recruit an SEN Administrator on a temporary basis. The school's focus is very much about teaching and learning with a curriculum offering academic and vocational subjects. By joining a school such as this you will have the opportunity to work in an excellent environment with state of the art facilities and a team that offer all round support. Do you fancy the opportunity of working locally, close to good transport links? Do you want to wake up each day excited by the prospect of going to work? Then look no further and apply for this position online now. Job role including: Minute meetings from Annual ReviewsFiling/Scanning paperworkReading professional reports on pupils and updating pupil TAGs and distributing these to staffCommunicating with parents - letters/callsCollating feedback from teachers on pupil progressWriting SEN paperwork (Annual reviews/borough documentation)Action emails (working with other professionals)Scheduling appointmentsTimetabling external agencies working with pupils (rooms/informing teachers etc)It would be desirable if the candidate could eventually take on the responsibility of exam access arrangements - working closely with exam officer Skills/requirements:Proficient IT skillsExcellent communicator - verbally and writtenLiterate - able to read and write formal letters and legal documentsAttention to detailUnderstanding of SEN practice (understanding varying needs of pupils and how to support)Access arrangement trained or willing to become trained Benefits of working with Randstad:On call 24/7CPD training opportunitiesSupport with CV and career progressionFlexible hours PLEASE APPLY ONLINE NOWWe look forward to hearing from you
      An outstanding secondary school in the heart of Newham is seeking to recruit an SEN Administrator on a temporary basis. The school's focus is very much about teaching and learning with a curriculum offering academic and vocational subjects. By joining a school such as this you will have the opportunity to work in an excellent environment with state of the art facilities and a team that offer all round support. Do you fancy the opportunity of working locally, close to good transport links? Do you want to wake up each day excited by the prospect of going to work? Then look no further and apply for this position online now. Job role including: Minute meetings from Annual ReviewsFiling/Scanning paperworkReading professional reports on pupils and updating pupil TAGs and distributing these to staffCommunicating with parents - letters/callsCollating feedback from teachers on pupil progressWriting SEN paperwork (Annual reviews/borough documentation)Action emails (working with other professionals)Scheduling appointmentsTimetabling external agencies working with pupils (rooms/informing teachers etc)It would be desirable if the candidate could eventually take on the responsibility of exam access arrangements - working closely with exam officer Skills/requirements:Proficient IT skillsExcellent communicator - verbally and writtenLiterate - able to read and write formal letters and legal documentsAttention to detailUnderstanding of SEN practice (understanding varying needs of pupils and how to support)Access arrangement trained or willing to become trained Benefits of working with Randstad:On call 24/7CPD training opportunitiesSupport with CV and career progressionFlexible hours PLEASE APPLY ONLINE NOWWe look forward to hearing from you
      • twickenham, london
      • contract
      • competitive
      • randstad education
      Randstad Education, an approved NTP partner, are excited to announce that one of our partner SEN Schools based in Twickenham are looking for a SEN Teaching Assistant to join their team on a full time basis from now. This role is a great opportunity to utilise your academic qualifications and experience to help these students achieve.SEN Teaching Assistant requirements:SEN Experience (ASD)University degree (not needed but preffered)Enhanced DBSSuitable referencesFor further details on the SEN Teaching Assistant, see below:The SEN Teaching Assistant will work with schools to deliver a tailored programme of support for disadvantaged pupils who need it most.As a SEN Teaching Assistant you will be expected to deliver a minimum of 15 one-hour sessions to a minimum of 70 disadvantaged pupils in the academic year to meet the needs of the school.As a SEN Teaching Assistant will cover subjects including literacy, numeracy, and science.As a SEN Teaching Assistant will have an awareness of the curriculum and different teaching approaches and pedagogy.As a SEN Teaching Assistant direct line manager will be the SEN Coordinator or SENCO for short. As a SEN Teaching Assistant will complete a training programme (one week for QTS applicants and two weeks for those without QTS) with Liverpool Hope University.8:30AM - 4:00PMIf you feel you have the ability to make a difference in young people's lives please, don't hesitate to send your CV in the first instance to luke.watters@randstadeducation.co.uk to be potentially shortlisted for the As a SEN Teaching Assistant .Do you know a friend looking for aAs a SEN Teaching Assistant? If so, we offer a fantastic "refer a friend" scheme where you could receive £300 in vouchers for every SEN Teaching Assistant you refer to us that we place (subject to Ts and Cs). If the As a SEN Teaching Assistant role isn't for you but you would like to discuss any other opportunity we have available please send your CV in the first instance to Luke Watters at Luke.Watters@Randstadeducation.co.uk.Successful As a SEN Teaching Assistant applicants will be invited to take part in a telephone assessment and also interviewed to discuss suitability for the role. Randstad Education acts as an employment business when supplying temporary staff and as an employment agency when introducing candidates for permanent employment with a client. Randstad Education is an equal opportunities employer and decisions are made on merits alone.
      Randstad Education, an approved NTP partner, are excited to announce that one of our partner SEN Schools based in Twickenham are looking for a SEN Teaching Assistant to join their team on a full time basis from now. This role is a great opportunity to utilise your academic qualifications and experience to help these students achieve.SEN Teaching Assistant requirements:SEN Experience (ASD)University degree (not needed but preffered)Enhanced DBSSuitable referencesFor further details on the SEN Teaching Assistant, see below:The SEN Teaching Assistant will work with schools to deliver a tailored programme of support for disadvantaged pupils who need it most.As a SEN Teaching Assistant you will be expected to deliver a minimum of 15 one-hour sessions to a minimum of 70 disadvantaged pupils in the academic year to meet the needs of the school.As a SEN Teaching Assistant will cover subjects including literacy, numeracy, and science.As a SEN Teaching Assistant will have an awareness of the curriculum and different teaching approaches and pedagogy.As a SEN Teaching Assistant direct line manager will be the SEN Coordinator or SENCO for short. As a SEN Teaching Assistant will complete a training programme (one week for QTS applicants and two weeks for those without QTS) with Liverpool Hope University.8:30AM - 4:00PMIf you feel you have the ability to make a difference in young people's lives please, don't hesitate to send your CV in the first instance to luke.watters@randstadeducation.co.uk to be potentially shortlisted for the As a SEN Teaching Assistant .Do you know a friend looking for aAs a SEN Teaching Assistant? If so, we offer a fantastic "refer a friend" scheme where you could receive £300 in vouchers for every SEN Teaching Assistant you refer to us that we place (subject to Ts and Cs). If the As a SEN Teaching Assistant role isn't for you but you would like to discuss any other opportunity we have available please send your CV in the first instance to Luke Watters at Luke.Watters@Randstadeducation.co.uk.Successful As a SEN Teaching Assistant applicants will be invited to take part in a telephone assessment and also interviewed to discuss suitability for the role. Randstad Education acts as an employment business when supplying temporary staff and as an employment agency when introducing candidates for permanent employment with a client. Randstad Education is an equal opportunities employer and decisions are made on merits alone.

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