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      • brent, london
      • contract
      • £75 - £85 per day
      • randstad education
      Are you a Graduate looking for a job as a Teaching Assistant?Are you eager to begin a career in education? Are you interested in the Schools Direct or Teach First program? If any of the above apply to you then please, don't hesitate to read more details below! Randstad are excited to announce that one of our partner schools based in Brent are looking to hire 3 full time graduate Teaching Assistants to join their expanding team in September. The institution is a training school and regularly sponsors aspiring educators through the Schools Direct and Teach First programs. Furthermore, they like to make any educator that walks in the door immediately feel as though they are part of the family. The class teachers are supportive and the vision and strategy of the SENCO (your line manager) are clear and specific so you always know what you're meant to be doing! Responsibilities of a Teaching Assistant: A teaching assistant will be working with students diagnosed with varying needs of SENA teaching assistant will be taking pressure off the class teacher while they deliver their lesson plansA teaching assistant will help with the overall management of the class on a day to day basis (behaviour and admin management) A teaching assistant will spend half of their lunch break supervising the playgroundA teaching assistant will collect students at the gate at the beginning of the day (between 8:30am and 8:45am)A teaching assistant will supervise students leaving the school at the end of the dayA teaching assistant will debrief with their line manager (SENCO/Class Teacher) at the end of the day to set up for the following day!Requirements of the a Teaching Assistant:You will need to hold UK QTS or be suitably qualified to teach in UK schoolsHave experience working with children for a minimum of 6 monthsTo possess effective classroom management strategiesStrive to ensure that every child succeeds to the best of their ability Having a DBS on the Update Service or the willingness to complete and pay for a new DBS applicationTo be punctual To have knowledge of the Primary Curriculum's, and experience teaching these ages.Should you wish to apply or would like more information, please contact Luke via email at Luke.watters@randstadeducation.co.uk
      Are you a Graduate looking for a job as a Teaching Assistant?Are you eager to begin a career in education? Are you interested in the Schools Direct or Teach First program? If any of the above apply to you then please, don't hesitate to read more details below! Randstad are excited to announce that one of our partner schools based in Brent are looking to hire 3 full time graduate Teaching Assistants to join their expanding team in September. The institution is a training school and regularly sponsors aspiring educators through the Schools Direct and Teach First programs. Furthermore, they like to make any educator that walks in the door immediately feel as though they are part of the family. The class teachers are supportive and the vision and strategy of the SENCO (your line manager) are clear and specific so you always know what you're meant to be doing! Responsibilities of a Teaching Assistant: A teaching assistant will be working with students diagnosed with varying needs of SENA teaching assistant will be taking pressure off the class teacher while they deliver their lesson plansA teaching assistant will help with the overall management of the class on a day to day basis (behaviour and admin management) A teaching assistant will spend half of their lunch break supervising the playgroundA teaching assistant will collect students at the gate at the beginning of the day (between 8:30am and 8:45am)A teaching assistant will supervise students leaving the school at the end of the dayA teaching assistant will debrief with their line manager (SENCO/Class Teacher) at the end of the day to set up for the following day!Requirements of the a Teaching Assistant:You will need to hold UK QTS or be suitably qualified to teach in UK schoolsHave experience working with children for a minimum of 6 monthsTo possess effective classroom management strategiesStrive to ensure that every child succeeds to the best of their ability Having a DBS on the Update Service or the willingness to complete and pay for a new DBS applicationTo be punctual To have knowledge of the Primary Curriculum's, and experience teaching these ages.Should you wish to apply or would like more information, please contact Luke via email at Luke.watters@randstadeducation.co.uk
      • islington, london
      • contract
      • randstad education
      Job Title: Recent Grad Primary Teaching assistant Location: IslingtonPay rate: £70- £90Length of role: full time Do you want to work in a primary school as a teaching assistant in islington?Are you a graduate from any course?Would you like to continue or start your journey in education?Have you always wondered about education but never known how to get into it? IF THIS SOUNDS LIKE A BIT OF You SEND YOUR CV OVER BEFORE IT'S TOO LATE!! Randstad London Education is looking for a graduate who is interested in getting started in the education industry. This applies to all grads!! We work with schools in islington that are looking for someone new to the industry to help start their journey as well as use their knowledge into teaching others. Your responsibilities within the role will be working in a team with the classroom teacher; planning lessons, tidying and teaching objectives. This opportunity would be amazing for a recent grad with or without experience with kids that is happy to work 5 days a week and has a love for looking after children. Benefits of this role?Refer a friend - you could earn £300Training provided by the school and Randstad EducationAn opportunity to be supported by excellent teams within your career as a teaching assistant Working alongside a dedicated consultant and team to find you your next role in education! What are the responsibilities?To be innovative, progressive, forward thinking and outward looking Occasionally, you may also supervise pupils during events and projects outside of the classroom such as cultural outings, field trips and excursionsTo be fully inclusive To have high expectations and aspirations for all pupils Creating a positive learning environment through professionally planned lessons and classroom displays What are the requirements?You will need to hold UK QTS or be suitably qualified to teach in UK schoolsHave experience working with children for a minimum of 6 monthsTo possess effective classroom management strategiesStrive to ensure that every child succeeds to the best of their ability Having a DBS on the Update Service or the willingness to complete and pay for a new DBS applicationTo be punctual To have knowledge of the Primary Curriculums, and experience teaching these ages. If throughout this add you haven't stopped thinking to yourself that this is the job for you, waste no time, and email me your cv at megan.flood@randstadeducation.co.uk
      Job Title: Recent Grad Primary Teaching assistant Location: IslingtonPay rate: £70- £90Length of role: full time Do you want to work in a primary school as a teaching assistant in islington?Are you a graduate from any course?Would you like to continue or start your journey in education?Have you always wondered about education but never known how to get into it? IF THIS SOUNDS LIKE A BIT OF You SEND YOUR CV OVER BEFORE IT'S TOO LATE!! Randstad London Education is looking for a graduate who is interested in getting started in the education industry. This applies to all grads!! We work with schools in islington that are looking for someone new to the industry to help start their journey as well as use their knowledge into teaching others. Your responsibilities within the role will be working in a team with the classroom teacher; planning lessons, tidying and teaching objectives. This opportunity would be amazing for a recent grad with or without experience with kids that is happy to work 5 days a week and has a love for looking after children. Benefits of this role?Refer a friend - you could earn £300Training provided by the school and Randstad EducationAn opportunity to be supported by excellent teams within your career as a teaching assistant Working alongside a dedicated consultant and team to find you your next role in education! What are the responsibilities?To be innovative, progressive, forward thinking and outward looking Occasionally, you may also supervise pupils during events and projects outside of the classroom such as cultural outings, field trips and excursionsTo be fully inclusive To have high expectations and aspirations for all pupils Creating a positive learning environment through professionally planned lessons and classroom displays What are the requirements?You will need to hold UK QTS or be suitably qualified to teach in UK schoolsHave experience working with children for a minimum of 6 monthsTo possess effective classroom management strategiesStrive to ensure that every child succeeds to the best of their ability Having a DBS on the Update Service or the willingness to complete and pay for a new DBS applicationTo be punctual To have knowledge of the Primary Curriculums, and experience teaching these ages. If throughout this add you haven't stopped thinking to yourself that this is the job for you, waste no time, and email me your cv at megan.flood@randstadeducation.co.uk
      • haringey, london
      • contract
      • randstad education
      Job Title: Primary Learning support/ Teaching assistant Location: Haringey Pay rate: £70- £90 per day (depending on experience)Length of role: Long term Are you a teaching assistant, or wanting to start your journey in education, in haringey?Would you like the chance at a long term role with a great school in haringey?Are you a teaching assistant with some kind of experience with children?Would you be happy to work with a recruiter who could help you get that much closer to your dream job? IF YOU ANSWERED YES, APPLY RIGHT NOW!! Randstad education london are looking for a learning support assistant/ teaching assistant in haringey for primary schools we work with in haringey. This job role does not require previous experience so anyone starting out can apply! However, the experience is also great! Your responsibilities within this role will be working in a team with the classroom teacher, working 1-1 with students, etc. This would be a great role for a teaching assistant in haringey with or without prior experience looking for a long term role. Benefits of this role?Refer a friend - you could earn £300Training provided by the school and Randstad EducationAn opportunity to be supported by excellent teams within your career as a teaching assistant Working alongside a dedicated consultant and team to find you your next role in education! What are the responsibilities?To be innovative, progressive, forward thinking and outward looking Occasionally, you may also supervise pupils during events and projects outside of the classroom such as cultural outings, field trips and excursionsTo be fully inclusive To have high expectations and aspirations for all pupils Creating a positive learning environment through professionally planned lessons and classroom displays What are the requirements?To possess effective classroom management strategiesStrive to ensure that every child succeeds to the best of their ability Having a DBS on the Update Service or the willingness to complete and pay for a new DBS applicationTo be punctual To have knowledge of the Primary Curriculums, and experience teaching these ages.Send your cv asap so we can start your journey at megan.flood@randstadeducation.com
      Job Title: Primary Learning support/ Teaching assistant Location: Haringey Pay rate: £70- £90 per day (depending on experience)Length of role: Long term Are you a teaching assistant, or wanting to start your journey in education, in haringey?Would you like the chance at a long term role with a great school in haringey?Are you a teaching assistant with some kind of experience with children?Would you be happy to work with a recruiter who could help you get that much closer to your dream job? IF YOU ANSWERED YES, APPLY RIGHT NOW!! Randstad education london are looking for a learning support assistant/ teaching assistant in haringey for primary schools we work with in haringey. This job role does not require previous experience so anyone starting out can apply! However, the experience is also great! Your responsibilities within this role will be working in a team with the classroom teacher, working 1-1 with students, etc. This would be a great role for a teaching assistant in haringey with or without prior experience looking for a long term role. Benefits of this role?Refer a friend - you could earn £300Training provided by the school and Randstad EducationAn opportunity to be supported by excellent teams within your career as a teaching assistant Working alongside a dedicated consultant and team to find you your next role in education! What are the responsibilities?To be innovative, progressive, forward thinking and outward looking Occasionally, you may also supervise pupils during events and projects outside of the classroom such as cultural outings, field trips and excursionsTo be fully inclusive To have high expectations and aspirations for all pupils Creating a positive learning environment through professionally planned lessons and classroom displays What are the requirements?To possess effective classroom management strategiesStrive to ensure that every child succeeds to the best of their ability Having a DBS on the Update Service or the willingness to complete and pay for a new DBS applicationTo be punctual To have knowledge of the Primary Curriculums, and experience teaching these ages.Send your cv asap so we can start your journey at megan.flood@randstadeducation.com
      • islington, london
      • contract
      • randstad education
      Job Title: Summer camp teacher, teaching assistant, support, etcLocation: IslingtonPay rate: M2- M4Length of role: summer Holiday term Are you looking for work in education in the summer term?Are you based in islington?Are you a teacher, teaching assistant or even midday supervisor? Would you like a job through an agency that's goal is to get you the job you want and need? If this sounds like you apply before it's too late!! Randstad education london are currently looking for teachers, teaching assistants, etc, that are based in islington and are looking for work in the summer term in a primary aged summer camp. Within the summer camps you'll be working between 3- 5 days a week (depending on what you would like to do) from times 8- 3.30. The responsibilities within this job will be looking after/ planning fun activities within the day. This would be a great experience for someone based in islington who has never worked in summer camps before and who is looking for work within the summer term, or just for someone looking for general work in august. Details about these teaching roles:Temporary contract based workClasses of 20-30 pupils.The daily rate is dependent on the experience of the teacher, however will be paid to scale. Benefits of this role?Refer a friend - you could earn £300Training provided by the school and Randstad EducationAn opportunity to be supported by excellent teams within your career as a teacher Working alongside a dedicated consultant and team to find you your next role in education!To be considered for this role, you must:Hold a recognised teaching qualification (QTS) or equivalent.Have experience in KS1/KS2Be available on a supply basisHave or be willing to obtain an up to date enhanced DBS. If this sounds like the best role for you send over your cv to my email: megan.flood@randstadeduction.co.uk
      Job Title: Summer camp teacher, teaching assistant, support, etcLocation: IslingtonPay rate: M2- M4Length of role: summer Holiday term Are you looking for work in education in the summer term?Are you based in islington?Are you a teacher, teaching assistant or even midday supervisor? Would you like a job through an agency that's goal is to get you the job you want and need? If this sounds like you apply before it's too late!! Randstad education london are currently looking for teachers, teaching assistants, etc, that are based in islington and are looking for work in the summer term in a primary aged summer camp. Within the summer camps you'll be working between 3- 5 days a week (depending on what you would like to do) from times 8- 3.30. The responsibilities within this job will be looking after/ planning fun activities within the day. This would be a great experience for someone based in islington who has never worked in summer camps before and who is looking for work within the summer term, or just for someone looking for general work in august. Details about these teaching roles:Temporary contract based workClasses of 20-30 pupils.The daily rate is dependent on the experience of the teacher, however will be paid to scale. Benefits of this role?Refer a friend - you could earn £300Training provided by the school and Randstad EducationAn opportunity to be supported by excellent teams within your career as a teacher Working alongside a dedicated consultant and team to find you your next role in education!To be considered for this role, you must:Hold a recognised teaching qualification (QTS) or equivalent.Have experience in KS1/KS2Be available on a supply basisHave or be willing to obtain an up to date enhanced DBS. If this sounds like the best role for you send over your cv to my email: megan.flood@randstadeduction.co.uk
      • brent, london
      • contract
      • randstad education
      Job Title: SEN Teaching AssistantLocation: BrentPay rate: £75- £90Length of role: Full- time Have you had previous experience as a learning support assistant working with Special Education needs?Are you looking to further your career helping children develop to their full potential?Would you like to gain SEN teaching assistant experience?Are you looking to work with a reliable recruitment agency who can do all the leg work for you and make your journey as easy as possible?If so, you're looking in the right place! Randstad Education are recruiting on behalf of our partnership schools in Brent. We are looking for a SEN Teaching Assistant to work full time. This role will be looking after children and alongside the classroom teachers. You will be working with children who are diagnosed with ASD, behavioural difficulties or Speech and Language difficulties: this will be on a 1:1 - 1:3 basis. This role is great for someone who has previously worked as a learning support assistant and wants to develop their skills. The School Our goal is to maximise the life chances of all our pupils by making sure that they are ready for the next stage of their education.Give every pupil the knowledge, skills, confidence and motivation to be successful in their learning and livesHelp our pupils to develop into well rounded individuals who have much to contribute to society.Develop in our pupils a spirit of tolerance and understanding for all cultures, traditions and faithsTeach our pupils to be ready, respectful and safeJob Responsibilities:Providing high quality teaching assistance within the classroom.Lesson planning for any 1:1 or small group sessionsHaving a positive and creative approach to behaviour and building the child's confidence.Keeping the child engaged in their learning, using learning schemes and methods to approach their development.Liaising with the classroom teacher and SENCO when required.To support children across all areas of learning with a variety of needsLiaising with the relevant class teachers and SENCO when requiredJob role requirements:Previous experience supporting pupils with special educational needsHave a minimum of 3 months experience working in a classroom setting Be flexible & adaptableHave experience with Makaton / PECs / Team Teach (desirable) A basic understanding of speech and language and/or InterventionBe calm & positive with a supportive approachBenefits of the role:Opportunities to progress within your position/responsibilities in the schoolReferAFriend scheme and a chance to earn £300.Opportunities to build the confidence and skills of students with SEN. Should you wish to apply or if you would like more information, please contact Bronte via email on Luke.Watters@randstadeducation.co.uk
      Job Title: SEN Teaching AssistantLocation: BrentPay rate: £75- £90Length of role: Full- time Have you had previous experience as a learning support assistant working with Special Education needs?Are you looking to further your career helping children develop to their full potential?Would you like to gain SEN teaching assistant experience?Are you looking to work with a reliable recruitment agency who can do all the leg work for you and make your journey as easy as possible?If so, you're looking in the right place! Randstad Education are recruiting on behalf of our partnership schools in Brent. We are looking for a SEN Teaching Assistant to work full time. This role will be looking after children and alongside the classroom teachers. You will be working with children who are diagnosed with ASD, behavioural difficulties or Speech and Language difficulties: this will be on a 1:1 - 1:3 basis. This role is great for someone who has previously worked as a learning support assistant and wants to develop their skills. The School Our goal is to maximise the life chances of all our pupils by making sure that they are ready for the next stage of their education.Give every pupil the knowledge, skills, confidence and motivation to be successful in their learning and livesHelp our pupils to develop into well rounded individuals who have much to contribute to society.Develop in our pupils a spirit of tolerance and understanding for all cultures, traditions and faithsTeach our pupils to be ready, respectful and safeJob Responsibilities:Providing high quality teaching assistance within the classroom.Lesson planning for any 1:1 or small group sessionsHaving a positive and creative approach to behaviour and building the child's confidence.Keeping the child engaged in their learning, using learning schemes and methods to approach their development.Liaising with the classroom teacher and SENCO when required.To support children across all areas of learning with a variety of needsLiaising with the relevant class teachers and SENCO when requiredJob role requirements:Previous experience supporting pupils with special educational needsHave a minimum of 3 months experience working in a classroom setting Be flexible & adaptableHave experience with Makaton / PECs / Team Teach (desirable) A basic understanding of speech and language and/or InterventionBe calm & positive with a supportive approachBenefits of the role:Opportunities to progress within your position/responsibilities in the schoolReferAFriend scheme and a chance to earn £300.Opportunities to build the confidence and skills of students with SEN. Should you wish to apply or if you would like more information, please contact Bronte via email on Luke.Watters@randstadeducation.co.uk
      • brent, london
      • temporary
      • randstad education
      Primary Supply TeacherFloating SupplyNorth West London£130-170 per day3-5 days per week Are you a qualified primary school teacher looking for a role in Brent?Are you experienced teaching across EYFS - KS2 and looking for a short-term role?Are you passionate about ensuring an enriching and comfortable learning environment for primary aged children? If YES - this may be the role for you! Click apply today!We are working closely with Primary Schools based within Brent who are looking to recruit for Primary Supply Teacher roles. These vacancies are between EYFS and Key Stage 2, and the ideal candidate will have had experience teaching across Primary.These schools are looking to employ on a short-term, floating supply basis initially in order to gauge whether a long term teaching arrangement can be agreed upon, through to the next academic year. You will be covering needs across EYFS to KS2, from EYFS to Year 6, depending on the day to day needs of the school. This role is between 3-5 days per week.Please note: this role is not suitable for NQT/ECT teachers.Benefits of the role are:Working within a school that embraces community cohesion and works well to establish positive, strong relationships with carers, parents and familiesTo work in a role that allows you to provide a safe and secure environment in which children thrive and feel valued The chance to exchange ideas with other teachers, which can lead to new and/or different ways of teachingRefer a Friend scheme - you could earn £300!Weekly pay at a competitive rateTraining provided through Randstad and the schoolResponsibilities of the role:To be innovative, progressive, forward thinking and outward looking Occasionally, you may also supervise pupils during events and projects outside of the classroom such as cultural outings, field trips and excursionsTo be fully inclusive To have high expectations and aspirations for all pupils Creating a positive learning environment through professionally planned lessons and classroom displaysRequirements of the candidate:You will need to hold UK QTS or be suitably qualified to teach in UK schoolsHave experience working with children for a minimum of 6 monthsTo possess effective classroom management strategiesStrive to ensure that every child succeeds to the best of their ability Having a DBS on the Update Service or the willingness to complete and pay for a new DBS applicationTo be punctual Should you wish to apply or would like more information, please contact Luke via email at luke.watters@randstadeducation.co.uk
      Primary Supply TeacherFloating SupplyNorth West London£130-170 per day3-5 days per week Are you a qualified primary school teacher looking for a role in Brent?Are you experienced teaching across EYFS - KS2 and looking for a short-term role?Are you passionate about ensuring an enriching and comfortable learning environment for primary aged children? If YES - this may be the role for you! Click apply today!We are working closely with Primary Schools based within Brent who are looking to recruit for Primary Supply Teacher roles. These vacancies are between EYFS and Key Stage 2, and the ideal candidate will have had experience teaching across Primary.These schools are looking to employ on a short-term, floating supply basis initially in order to gauge whether a long term teaching arrangement can be agreed upon, through to the next academic year. You will be covering needs across EYFS to KS2, from EYFS to Year 6, depending on the day to day needs of the school. This role is between 3-5 days per week.Please note: this role is not suitable for NQT/ECT teachers.Benefits of the role are:Working within a school that embraces community cohesion and works well to establish positive, strong relationships with carers, parents and familiesTo work in a role that allows you to provide a safe and secure environment in which children thrive and feel valued The chance to exchange ideas with other teachers, which can lead to new and/or different ways of teachingRefer a Friend scheme - you could earn £300!Weekly pay at a competitive rateTraining provided through Randstad and the schoolResponsibilities of the role:To be innovative, progressive, forward thinking and outward looking Occasionally, you may also supervise pupils during events and projects outside of the classroom such as cultural outings, field trips and excursionsTo be fully inclusive To have high expectations and aspirations for all pupils Creating a positive learning environment through professionally planned lessons and classroom displaysRequirements of the candidate:You will need to hold UK QTS or be suitably qualified to teach in UK schoolsHave experience working with children for a minimum of 6 monthsTo possess effective classroom management strategiesStrive to ensure that every child succeeds to the best of their ability Having a DBS on the Update Service or the willingness to complete and pay for a new DBS applicationTo be punctual Should you wish to apply or would like more information, please contact Luke via email at luke.watters@randstadeducation.co.uk
      • brent, london
      • contract
      • randstad education
      Are you a Graduate looking for a job as a Teaching Assistant?Are you eager to begin a career in education? Are you interested in the Schools Direct or Teach First program? If any of the above apply to you and you live close to the borough of Brent then please, don't hesitate to read more details below! Randstad are excited to announce that one of our partner schools based in Brent are looking to hire 3 full time graduate Teaching Assistants to join their expanding support team in September. The institution is a training school and regularly sponsors aspiring educators through Schools Direct and Teach First programs respectively. Furthermore, they like to make any educator that walks in the door immediately feel as though they are part of the family. The class teachers are supportive, the vision and strategy of the SENCO (your line manager) are clear and specific, and your tasks for the day are always set up so you know what you're doing!Responsibilities of a Teaching Assistant:A teaching assistant will be working with students diagnosed with varying needs of SENA teaching assistant will be taking pressure off the class teacher while they deliver their lesson plansA teaching assistant will help with the overall management of the class on a day to day basis (behaviour and admin management) A teaching assistant will spend half of their lunch break supervising the playgroundA teaching assistant will collect students at the gate at the beginning of the day (between 8:30am and 8:45am)A teaching assistant will supervise students leaving the school at the end of the dayA teaching assistant will debrief with their line manager (SENCO/Class Teacher) at the end of the day to set up for the following day!Requirements of the a Teaching Assistant:You will need to hold UK QTS or be suitably qualified to teach in UK schoolsHave experience working with children for a minimum of 6 monthsTo possess effective classroom management strategiesStrive to ensure that every child succeeds to the best of their ability Having a DBS on the Update Service or the willingness to complete and pay for a new DBS applicationTo be punctual To have knowledge of the Primary Curriculum, and experience teaching these ages.Should you wish to apply or would like more information, please contact Luke via email at luke.watters@randstadeducation.co.uk.
      Are you a Graduate looking for a job as a Teaching Assistant?Are you eager to begin a career in education? Are you interested in the Schools Direct or Teach First program? If any of the above apply to you and you live close to the borough of Brent then please, don't hesitate to read more details below! Randstad are excited to announce that one of our partner schools based in Brent are looking to hire 3 full time graduate Teaching Assistants to join their expanding support team in September. The institution is a training school and regularly sponsors aspiring educators through Schools Direct and Teach First programs respectively. Furthermore, they like to make any educator that walks in the door immediately feel as though they are part of the family. The class teachers are supportive, the vision and strategy of the SENCO (your line manager) are clear and specific, and your tasks for the day are always set up so you know what you're doing!Responsibilities of a Teaching Assistant:A teaching assistant will be working with students diagnosed with varying needs of SENA teaching assistant will be taking pressure off the class teacher while they deliver their lesson plansA teaching assistant will help with the overall management of the class on a day to day basis (behaviour and admin management) A teaching assistant will spend half of their lunch break supervising the playgroundA teaching assistant will collect students at the gate at the beginning of the day (between 8:30am and 8:45am)A teaching assistant will supervise students leaving the school at the end of the dayA teaching assistant will debrief with their line manager (SENCO/Class Teacher) at the end of the day to set up for the following day!Requirements of the a Teaching Assistant:You will need to hold UK QTS or be suitably qualified to teach in UK schoolsHave experience working with children for a minimum of 6 monthsTo possess effective classroom management strategiesStrive to ensure that every child succeeds to the best of their ability Having a DBS on the Update Service or the willingness to complete and pay for a new DBS applicationTo be punctual To have knowledge of the Primary Curriculum, and experience teaching these ages.Should you wish to apply or would like more information, please contact Luke via email at luke.watters@randstadeducation.co.uk.
      • lewisham, london
      • contract
      • £145 - £190 per day
      • randstad education
      Primary Teacher - Year 5Location: Lewisham basedLong-term: 1 year fixed term contract September 2022 start!Pay scale: Depending on experience Are you based in Lewisham or the surrounding areas and have experience teaching KS2, especially Year 5? Are you an experienced teacher looking for a long-term, full time position for September 2022? Are you looking for a year 5 role at an Outstanding school? If so, this role may be perfect for you! Please read below and click apply today! Bring your passion and dedication to a learning environment that allows children to get the attention and education they deserve. An exciting opportunity has arisen in a Primary school within the Lewisham area. This role is ongoing and suits teachers ready for a long term position. The school is looking to interview immediately with the benefit of securing your Long term role for September 2022. Our school's purpose of this is for their new teacher not having to worry over the summer holidays. The primary school is in a good location for public transport and has parking on the grounds.The SchoolThis is a progressive Primary school located in the area of Lewisham. The School continually strives to improve the standards set for their teachers and most importantly for their pupils. All pupils are encouraged to enjoy the learning process in an environment where they feel safe and secure. The primary school has a lovely site with a brilliant team and inspiring Head Teacher; the school also holds new facilities to help their student's education.Key RequirementsIdeally you will be experienced in dealing with KS2 (year 5) pupils and possess strong organisational skills as well as being versatile. You will need to be resilient and tenacious to deal with the challenges that will inevitably come your way. Responsibilities:Planning, preparation & delivery of curriculum necessary subject matterProviding engaging and interactive lessonsCommunicating with parents and carers over pupils' progress and participating in departmental meetings, parents' evenings and whole school training eventsParticipating in and organising extracurricular activities, such as outings, social activities and sporting events The right candidate will need to have:Confident classroom and behaviour managementA minimum of 6 months UK experienceExperience teaching Year 6 studentsGreat understanding off the National Curriculum QTSEnhanced DBSFor more information on this role or any others please contact Millie at Randstad Education ASAP - email Millie.freeman@randstadeducation.co.uk. Please apply now to secure your role for September.
      Primary Teacher - Year 5Location: Lewisham basedLong-term: 1 year fixed term contract September 2022 start!Pay scale: Depending on experience Are you based in Lewisham or the surrounding areas and have experience teaching KS2, especially Year 5? Are you an experienced teacher looking for a long-term, full time position for September 2022? Are you looking for a year 5 role at an Outstanding school? If so, this role may be perfect for you! Please read below and click apply today! Bring your passion and dedication to a learning environment that allows children to get the attention and education they deserve. An exciting opportunity has arisen in a Primary school within the Lewisham area. This role is ongoing and suits teachers ready for a long term position. The school is looking to interview immediately with the benefit of securing your Long term role for September 2022. Our school's purpose of this is for their new teacher not having to worry over the summer holidays. The primary school is in a good location for public transport and has parking on the grounds.The SchoolThis is a progressive Primary school located in the area of Lewisham. The School continually strives to improve the standards set for their teachers and most importantly for their pupils. All pupils are encouraged to enjoy the learning process in an environment where they feel safe and secure. The primary school has a lovely site with a brilliant team and inspiring Head Teacher; the school also holds new facilities to help their student's education.Key RequirementsIdeally you will be experienced in dealing with KS2 (year 5) pupils and possess strong organisational skills as well as being versatile. You will need to be resilient and tenacious to deal with the challenges that will inevitably come your way. Responsibilities:Planning, preparation & delivery of curriculum necessary subject matterProviding engaging and interactive lessonsCommunicating with parents and carers over pupils' progress and participating in departmental meetings, parents' evenings and whole school training eventsParticipating in and organising extracurricular activities, such as outings, social activities and sporting events The right candidate will need to have:Confident classroom and behaviour managementA minimum of 6 months UK experienceExperience teaching Year 6 studentsGreat understanding off the National Curriculum QTSEnhanced DBSFor more information on this role or any others please contact Millie at Randstad Education ASAP - email Millie.freeman@randstadeducation.co.uk. Please apply now to secure your role for September.
      • bromley, london
      • contract
      • £145 - £190 per day
      • randstad education
      Primary Teacher - Year 3Location: BromleyLong-term: 1 year fixed term contract September 2022 start!Pay scale: Depending on experience Are you an experienced teacher looking for a long-term, full time position for September 2022?Are you based in Bromley or the surrounding areas and have experience teaching primary ages - from EYFS to KS2?Are you looking for a year 3 role at an Outstanding school? If so, this role may be perfect for you! Please read below and click apply today! Randstad Education are recruiting on behalf of our partnership schools in South East London to meet the demand for year 3 teacher for the new academic year!. We are looking for a qualified primary school teacher, who has experience teaching across the key stages, especially in year 3. This role is a full time long term role to start in September 2022! Our school is looking to appoint the right teacher by 10th June 2022 ready for the new academic year. Our school would like their new teacher to meet their new class and get to know everyone in the school before they start their new role in September.Benefits of the role:Great Transport linksSupportive SLT and committed Team membersOUTSTANDING Ofsted rated school!Continuous CPD and leadership opportunities in an expanding school, including middle leadershipWeekly pay at a competitive rate Responsibilities of the role:Teach across KS1/2 - especially year 3Marking children's workProviding pupils with necessary feedback, encouragement and supportSetting the right example at all times Requirements of the candidate:You are driven to maintain our outstanding outcomes for pupilsYou enjoy working with a positive and established staff teamYou are committed to providing high quality practiceExperience teaching across the key stages (in a similar or long term role)QTSEnhanced DBS (or willingness to complete and pay for these checks through Randstad) For more information, or to send us your CV directly, please contact millie.freeman@randstadeducation.co.uk
      Primary Teacher - Year 3Location: BromleyLong-term: 1 year fixed term contract September 2022 start!Pay scale: Depending on experience Are you an experienced teacher looking for a long-term, full time position for September 2022?Are you based in Bromley or the surrounding areas and have experience teaching primary ages - from EYFS to KS2?Are you looking for a year 3 role at an Outstanding school? If so, this role may be perfect for you! Please read below and click apply today! Randstad Education are recruiting on behalf of our partnership schools in South East London to meet the demand for year 3 teacher for the new academic year!. We are looking for a qualified primary school teacher, who has experience teaching across the key stages, especially in year 3. This role is a full time long term role to start in September 2022! Our school is looking to appoint the right teacher by 10th June 2022 ready for the new academic year. Our school would like their new teacher to meet their new class and get to know everyone in the school before they start their new role in September.Benefits of the role:Great Transport linksSupportive SLT and committed Team membersOUTSTANDING Ofsted rated school!Continuous CPD and leadership opportunities in an expanding school, including middle leadershipWeekly pay at a competitive rate Responsibilities of the role:Teach across KS1/2 - especially year 3Marking children's workProviding pupils with necessary feedback, encouragement and supportSetting the right example at all times Requirements of the candidate:You are driven to maintain our outstanding outcomes for pupilsYou enjoy working with a positive and established staff teamYou are committed to providing high quality practiceExperience teaching across the key stages (in a similar or long term role)QTSEnhanced DBS (or willingness to complete and pay for these checks through Randstad) For more information, or to send us your CV directly, please contact millie.freeman@randstadeducation.co.uk
      • havering, london
      • contract
      • £120 - £130 per day
      • randstad education
      Looking for flexible Supply Teaching positions in Primary Schools?Are you a Qualified Teacher looking for new opportunities?Able to engage and inspire young students?We are recruiting for both long term aswell as day-to-day KS1 and KS2 Primary Supply Teachers across Havering. We work with a wide variety of highly acclaimed schools, if you're interested in hearing more about the schools we work with and the variety of working arrangements we can offer please get in contact!Apply now- we'd love to speak to you. Responsibilities: Be able to plan engaging lessons for KS1/KS2 students in line with school policiesEnsure the curriculum has been thoroughly covered in lessons Keeping up to date with marking Making sure pupils stay on task by managing disruptive behaviour Setting a good example for pupils Attending staff meetings and liaising with colleaguesRequirements: Strong work ethic Experience working with EAL children (preferred) QTS or a degree qualification in teaching (PGCE)Enhanced DBS on the update service or willing to get one Able to be flexible and adhere to the needs of the pupils in a professional manner Benefits: A 'Recommend a Friend' bonus up to £300Competitive pay ratesA dedicated, professional and friendly consultant and a branch with 24 hour on-call facilityOpportunities for continued professional development, these include safeguarding and thorough 'team teach' And more- get in contact today! Randstad currently has a variety of teaching work available offering day to day, long term contracts or permanent positions. If you are interested and would like to hear more about our roles please apply now or email a copy of your CV to max.proudlove@randstad.co.ukFeel free to contact us on 0161 200 1930 for more information (ask to speak to Max).I look forward to hearing from you!
      Looking for flexible Supply Teaching positions in Primary Schools?Are you a Qualified Teacher looking for new opportunities?Able to engage and inspire young students?We are recruiting for both long term aswell as day-to-day KS1 and KS2 Primary Supply Teachers across Havering. We work with a wide variety of highly acclaimed schools, if you're interested in hearing more about the schools we work with and the variety of working arrangements we can offer please get in contact!Apply now- we'd love to speak to you. Responsibilities: Be able to plan engaging lessons for KS1/KS2 students in line with school policiesEnsure the curriculum has been thoroughly covered in lessons Keeping up to date with marking Making sure pupils stay on task by managing disruptive behaviour Setting a good example for pupils Attending staff meetings and liaising with colleaguesRequirements: Strong work ethic Experience working with EAL children (preferred) QTS or a degree qualification in teaching (PGCE)Enhanced DBS on the update service or willing to get one Able to be flexible and adhere to the needs of the pupils in a professional manner Benefits: A 'Recommend a Friend' bonus up to £300Competitive pay ratesA dedicated, professional and friendly consultant and a branch with 24 hour on-call facilityOpportunities for continued professional development, these include safeguarding and thorough 'team teach' And more- get in contact today! Randstad currently has a variety of teaching work available offering day to day, long term contracts or permanent positions. If you are interested and would like to hear more about our roles please apply now or email a copy of your CV to max.proudlove@randstad.co.ukFeel free to contact us on 0161 200 1930 for more information (ask to speak to Max).I look forward to hearing from you!
      • islington, london
      • contract
      • randstad education
      Job Title: September start Primary Teaching AssistantLocation: IslingtonPay rate: £70- £90 per day (depending on experience)Length of role: Long term Are you a current teaching assistant in Islington that's looking for work in september?Would you like the opportunity to work long term/ perm?Would you like to work with a friendly and honest recruiter whose goal is to get you the job you want? If so, stop looking,I have the exact job for you!! Randstad education london are looking for a September start, primary teaching assistant based in islington for a school we work with. The school is looking for a teaching assistant to start in September. Your responsibility within this role will be doing 1-1 sessions with individual students as well as working in a team and supporting the classroom teacher to make sure the objectives are learnt within the class. This would be a great role for a teaching assistant in islington who has prior experience or someone completely new to education looking to get into it. Benefits of this role?Refer a friend - you could earn £300Training provided by the school and Randstad EducationAn opportunity to be supported by excellent teams within your career as a teaching assistant Working alongside a dedicated consultant and team to find you your next role in education! What are the responsibilities?To be innovative, progressive, forward thinking and outward looking Occasionally, you may also supervise pupils during events and projects outside of the classroom such as cultural outings, field trips and excursionsTo be fully inclusive To have high expectations and aspirations for all pupils Creating a positive learning environment through professionally planned lessons and classroom displays What are the requirements?To possess effective classroom management strategiesStrive to ensure that every child succeeds to the best of their ability Having a DBS on the Update Service or the willingness to complete and pay for a new DBS applicationTo be punctual To have knowledge of the Primary Curriculums, and experience teaching these ages.If this sounds like a bit of you send me your cv megan.flood@randstadeducation.com
      Job Title: September start Primary Teaching AssistantLocation: IslingtonPay rate: £70- £90 per day (depending on experience)Length of role: Long term Are you a current teaching assistant in Islington that's looking for work in september?Would you like the opportunity to work long term/ perm?Would you like to work with a friendly and honest recruiter whose goal is to get you the job you want? If so, stop looking,I have the exact job for you!! Randstad education london are looking for a September start, primary teaching assistant based in islington for a school we work with. The school is looking for a teaching assistant to start in September. Your responsibility within this role will be doing 1-1 sessions with individual students as well as working in a team and supporting the classroom teacher to make sure the objectives are learnt within the class. This would be a great role for a teaching assistant in islington who has prior experience or someone completely new to education looking to get into it. Benefits of this role?Refer a friend - you could earn £300Training provided by the school and Randstad EducationAn opportunity to be supported by excellent teams within your career as a teaching assistant Working alongside a dedicated consultant and team to find you your next role in education! What are the responsibilities?To be innovative, progressive, forward thinking and outward looking Occasionally, you may also supervise pupils during events and projects outside of the classroom such as cultural outings, field trips and excursionsTo be fully inclusive To have high expectations and aspirations for all pupils Creating a positive learning environment through professionally planned lessons and classroom displays What are the requirements?To possess effective classroom management strategiesStrive to ensure that every child succeeds to the best of their ability Having a DBS on the Update Service or the willingness to complete and pay for a new DBS applicationTo be punctual To have knowledge of the Primary Curriculums, and experience teaching these ages.If this sounds like a bit of you send me your cv megan.flood@randstadeducation.com
      • hackney, london
      • contract
      • randstad education
      Job Title: Learning Support Assistant for september start Location: Hackney Pay rate: £70- £90 per day (depending on experience)Length of role: Long term Are you currently planning on finding a teaching assistant role in Hackney in september?Have you got prior experience or no experience at all with education?Are you looking to start/ continue your journey as a teaching assistant in education?Are you based in Hackney?Would you like to work with a friendly and honest recruiter whose main goal is to get you the perfect job for you? IF SO WASTE NO MORE TIME AND SEND ME YOUR CV ASAP! Randstad education london are looking for a September start, primary teaching assistant based in Hackney for a school we work with. The school is looking for a teaching assistant to start in September. Your responsibility within this role will be doing 1-1 sessions with individual students as well as working in a team and supporting the classroom teacher to make sure the objectives are learnt within the class. This would be a great role for a teaching assistant in islington who has prior experience or someone completely new to education looking to get into it. Benefits of this role?Refer a friend - you could earn £300Training provided by the school and Randstad EducationAn opportunity to be supported by excellent teams within your career as a teaching assistant Working alongside a dedicated consultant and team to find you your next role in education! What are the responsibilities?To be innovative, progressive, forward thinking and outward looking Occasionally, you may also supervise pupils during events and projects outside of the classroom such as cultural outings, field trips and excursionsTo be fully inclusive To have high expectations and aspirations for all pupils Creating a positive learning environment through professionally planned lessons and classroom displays What are the requirements?To possess effective classroom management strategiesStrive to ensure that every child succeeds to the best of their ability Having a DBS on the Update Service or the willingness to complete and pay for a new DBS applicationTo be punctual To have knowledge of the Primary Curriculums, and experience teaching these ages.Send your cv asap so we can start your journey at megan.flood@randstadeducation.com
      Job Title: Learning Support Assistant for september start Location: Hackney Pay rate: £70- £90 per day (depending on experience)Length of role: Long term Are you currently planning on finding a teaching assistant role in Hackney in september?Have you got prior experience or no experience at all with education?Are you looking to start/ continue your journey as a teaching assistant in education?Are you based in Hackney?Would you like to work with a friendly and honest recruiter whose main goal is to get you the perfect job for you? IF SO WASTE NO MORE TIME AND SEND ME YOUR CV ASAP! Randstad education london are looking for a September start, primary teaching assistant based in Hackney for a school we work with. The school is looking for a teaching assistant to start in September. Your responsibility within this role will be doing 1-1 sessions with individual students as well as working in a team and supporting the classroom teacher to make sure the objectives are learnt within the class. This would be a great role for a teaching assistant in islington who has prior experience or someone completely new to education looking to get into it. Benefits of this role?Refer a friend - you could earn £300Training provided by the school and Randstad EducationAn opportunity to be supported by excellent teams within your career as a teaching assistant Working alongside a dedicated consultant and team to find you your next role in education! What are the responsibilities?To be innovative, progressive, forward thinking and outward looking Occasionally, you may also supervise pupils during events and projects outside of the classroom such as cultural outings, field trips and excursionsTo be fully inclusive To have high expectations and aspirations for all pupils Creating a positive learning environment through professionally planned lessons and classroom displays What are the requirements?To possess effective classroom management strategiesStrive to ensure that every child succeeds to the best of their ability Having a DBS on the Update Service or the willingness to complete and pay for a new DBS applicationTo be punctual To have knowledge of the Primary Curriculums, and experience teaching these ages.Send your cv asap so we can start your journey at megan.flood@randstadeducation.com
      • hackney, london
      • temporary
      • randstad education
      Job Title: Primary supply teaching assistant Location: Hackney Pay rate: £70- £90 per day (depending on experience)Length of role: Long term Are you looking for day to day work with flexible hours?Are you looking for part time Teaching assistant work?Are you a teaching assistant based in hackney? Would you like the chance to work with an agency who can make finding work easier for you? IF SO WASTE NO MORE TIME AND SEND ME YOUR CV ASAP! Randstad education london are looking for a Primary supply teaching assistant for many schools we work with around the hackney area to cover teaching assistants when absent. Your responsibilities of this role will be, covering the teaching assistants work load for the day and working in a team with that classroom teacher as well as supporting the students and being on call to go to a school the same/ next day. This would be a great role for a teaching assistant in hackney with or without prior experience looking for part time/ flexible hours. Benefits of this role?Refer a friend - you could earn £300Training provided by the school and Randstad EducationAn opportunity to be supported by excellent teams within your career as a teaching assistant Working alongside a dedicated consultant and team to find you your next role in education! What are the responsibilities?To be innovative, progressive, forward thinking and outward looking Occasionally, you may also supervise pupils during events and projects outside of the classroom such as cultural outings, field trips and excursionsTo be fully inclusive To have high expectations and aspirations for all pupils Creating a positive learning environment through professionally planned lessons and classroom displays What are the requirements?To possess effective classroom management strategiesStrive to ensure that every child succeeds to the best of their ability Having a DBS on the Update Service or the willingness to complete and pay for a new DBS applicationTo be punctual To have knowledge of the Primary Curriculums, and experience teaching these ages.Send your cv asap so we can start your journey at megan.flood@randstadeducation.com
      Job Title: Primary supply teaching assistant Location: Hackney Pay rate: £70- £90 per day (depending on experience)Length of role: Long term Are you looking for day to day work with flexible hours?Are you looking for part time Teaching assistant work?Are you a teaching assistant based in hackney? Would you like the chance to work with an agency who can make finding work easier for you? IF SO WASTE NO MORE TIME AND SEND ME YOUR CV ASAP! Randstad education london are looking for a Primary supply teaching assistant for many schools we work with around the hackney area to cover teaching assistants when absent. Your responsibilities of this role will be, covering the teaching assistants work load for the day and working in a team with that classroom teacher as well as supporting the students and being on call to go to a school the same/ next day. This would be a great role for a teaching assistant in hackney with or without prior experience looking for part time/ flexible hours. Benefits of this role?Refer a friend - you could earn £300Training provided by the school and Randstad EducationAn opportunity to be supported by excellent teams within your career as a teaching assistant Working alongside a dedicated consultant and team to find you your next role in education! What are the responsibilities?To be innovative, progressive, forward thinking and outward looking Occasionally, you may also supervise pupils during events and projects outside of the classroom such as cultural outings, field trips and excursionsTo be fully inclusive To have high expectations and aspirations for all pupils Creating a positive learning environment through professionally planned lessons and classroom displays What are the requirements?To possess effective classroom management strategiesStrive to ensure that every child succeeds to the best of their ability Having a DBS on the Update Service or the willingness to complete and pay for a new DBS applicationTo be punctual To have knowledge of the Primary Curriculums, and experience teaching these ages.Send your cv asap so we can start your journey at megan.flood@randstadeducation.com
      • west london, london
      • permanent
      • £45,000 - £55,000 per year
      • randstad education
      Randstad is currently working with a flourishing academically selective Prep School in Central London for a Head of Music. The person appointed should be able to teach and lead the musical curriculum across EYFS to Key Stage 2, adapting and following specially tailored Schemes of Work that incorporate a skills-based approach within the context of our creative curriculum.ExperienceExperience of teaching Music at Key Stage 2 level and aboveAble to teach a structured creative curriculumQTSPrevious Head of department experience (ideal but not essential)Benefits & salary£45000 - £55000 (PAYE) dependant on experiencefree parkingFree school mealsOngoing supportPension scheme For more information contact Geoff Jones on 07802 264 353. We also offer a referral bonus of up to £300 in high street vouchers subject to T&Cs
      Randstad is currently working with a flourishing academically selective Prep School in Central London for a Head of Music. The person appointed should be able to teach and lead the musical curriculum across EYFS to Key Stage 2, adapting and following specially tailored Schemes of Work that incorporate a skills-based approach within the context of our creative curriculum.ExperienceExperience of teaching Music at Key Stage 2 level and aboveAble to teach a structured creative curriculumQTSPrevious Head of department experience (ideal but not essential)Benefits & salary£45000 - £55000 (PAYE) dependant on experiencefree parkingFree school mealsOngoing supportPension scheme For more information contact Geoff Jones on 07802 264 353. We also offer a referral bonus of up to £300 in high street vouchers subject to T&Cs
      • islington, london
      • contract
      • randstad education
      Job Title: Primary Classroom Teacher Location: IskingtonPay rate: M2- M4Length of role: Permanent Are you an experienced teacher based in islington?Would you like a permanent job in a great school?Do you love developing primary school students' knowledge and being the person they look up to?Would you like to work with an honest recruit who wants to find you exactly what you're looking for? If this sounds like you apply before it's too late!! Randstad education london are looking for an experienced teacher based in islington for schools we work with in islington for a permanent position. Your responsibilities will be being the face of the class, teaching objectives as well as planning classes, etc. This would be a great opportunity for an islington based teacher looking to start their journey in teaching after getting a PGCE or QTS or a teacher with a lot of experience within teaching Details about these teaching roles:Long-term contract based workFull time role within a KS2 class; you will be supported by a teacherClasses of 20-30 pupils.The daily rate is dependent on the experience of the teacher, however will be paid to scale. Benefits of this role?Refer a friend - you could earn £300Training provided by the school and Randstad EducationAn opportunity to be supported by excellent teams within your career as a teacher Working alongside a dedicated consultant and team to find you your next role in education!To be considered for this role, you must:Hold a recognised teaching qualification (QTS) or equivalent.Have experience in KS1/KS2Be available on a supply basisHave or be willing to obtain an up to date enhanced DBS.If this sounds like the best role for you send over your cv to my email: megan.flood@randstadeduction.co.uk
      Job Title: Primary Classroom Teacher Location: IskingtonPay rate: M2- M4Length of role: Permanent Are you an experienced teacher based in islington?Would you like a permanent job in a great school?Do you love developing primary school students' knowledge and being the person they look up to?Would you like to work with an honest recruit who wants to find you exactly what you're looking for? If this sounds like you apply before it's too late!! Randstad education london are looking for an experienced teacher based in islington for schools we work with in islington for a permanent position. Your responsibilities will be being the face of the class, teaching objectives as well as planning classes, etc. This would be a great opportunity for an islington based teacher looking to start their journey in teaching after getting a PGCE or QTS or a teacher with a lot of experience within teaching Details about these teaching roles:Long-term contract based workFull time role within a KS2 class; you will be supported by a teacherClasses of 20-30 pupils.The daily rate is dependent on the experience of the teacher, however will be paid to scale. Benefits of this role?Refer a friend - you could earn £300Training provided by the school and Randstad EducationAn opportunity to be supported by excellent teams within your career as a teacher Working alongside a dedicated consultant and team to find you your next role in education!To be considered for this role, you must:Hold a recognised teaching qualification (QTS) or equivalent.Have experience in KS1/KS2Be available on a supply basisHave or be willing to obtain an up to date enhanced DBS.If this sounds like the best role for you send over your cv to my email: megan.flood@randstadeduction.co.uk
      • lambeth, london
      • contract
      • £150 - £185 per day
      • randstad education
      PPA - Primary School TeacherLocation: LambethLong-term: 1 year fixed term contract September 2022 start!Pay scale: Depending on experience Are you an experienced teacher looking for a long-term, full time position for September 2022?Are you based in Lambeth and have experience teaching primary ages - from EYFS to KS2?Are you looking for a PPA cover role at an Outstanding school? If so, this role may be perfect for you! Please read below and click apply today! Randstad Education are recruiting on behalf of our partnership schools in South West London to meet the demand for PPA cover teacher for the academic year!. We are looking for a qualified primary school teacher, who has experience teaching across the key stages, for a PPA cover teacher role. This role is a full time long term role to start in September 2022! Our school is looking to appoint the right teacher by 29th May 2022 ready for the new academic year.Benefits of the role:Great Transport linksSupportive SLT and committed Team membersOUTSTANDING Ofsted rated school!Continuous CPD and leadership opportunities in an expanding school, including middle leadershipWeekly pay at a competitive rate Responsibilities of the role:Teach across KS1/2 as a PPA TeacherMarking children's workProviding pupils with necessary feedback, encouragement and supportSetting the right example at all times Requirements of the candidate:You are driven to maintain our outstanding outcomes for pupilsYou enjoy working with a positive and established staff teamYou are committed to providing high quality practiceExperience teaching across the key stages (in a similar or long term role)QTSEnhanced DBS (or willingness to complete and pay for these checks through Randstad) For more information, or to send us your CV directly, please contact millie.freeman@randstadeducation.co.uk
      PPA - Primary School TeacherLocation: LambethLong-term: 1 year fixed term contract September 2022 start!Pay scale: Depending on experience Are you an experienced teacher looking for a long-term, full time position for September 2022?Are you based in Lambeth and have experience teaching primary ages - from EYFS to KS2?Are you looking for a PPA cover role at an Outstanding school? If so, this role may be perfect for you! Please read below and click apply today! Randstad Education are recruiting on behalf of our partnership schools in South West London to meet the demand for PPA cover teacher for the academic year!. We are looking for a qualified primary school teacher, who has experience teaching across the key stages, for a PPA cover teacher role. This role is a full time long term role to start in September 2022! Our school is looking to appoint the right teacher by 29th May 2022 ready for the new academic year.Benefits of the role:Great Transport linksSupportive SLT and committed Team membersOUTSTANDING Ofsted rated school!Continuous CPD and leadership opportunities in an expanding school, including middle leadershipWeekly pay at a competitive rate Responsibilities of the role:Teach across KS1/2 as a PPA TeacherMarking children's workProviding pupils with necessary feedback, encouragement and supportSetting the right example at all times Requirements of the candidate:You are driven to maintain our outstanding outcomes for pupilsYou enjoy working with a positive and established staff teamYou are committed to providing high quality practiceExperience teaching across the key stages (in a similar or long term role)QTSEnhanced DBS (or willingness to complete and pay for these checks through Randstad) For more information, or to send us your CV directly, please contact millie.freeman@randstadeducation.co.uk
      • wandsworth, london
      • contract
      • £75 - £90 per day
      • randstad education
      SEN Teaching Assistant Wandsworth and LambethLong term opportunities - 5 days a week£75-90 per day, depending on experience Are you an experienced Teaching Assistant looking for your next role? Are you based in Wandsworth or the surrounding areas?Have you got experience working with children with Special Education Needs in Primary Education? If so, please read on and click apply today! Randstad Education may have the next role for you! Randstad Education are looking for 3 SEN TA's with experience working on a 1:1 or small group basis to join the team to work with one of our primary schools located in the heart of Wandsworth. You will be working closely with class teachers and SENCO's, and will often be on a 1:1 basis with KS1 or KS2 students who have SEN. Our school is looking for candidates who are very flexible and someone who has a passion for working with children.This role is £75/90 per day depending on experience. Our school is looking for candidates who can work Monday to Friday who can commit to working from 08:30 - 16:00 pm. Our partnership schools are looking for enthusiastic learners who look to develop their own skills, as well as the students. Our schools provide training on the job, and have fantastic SLT teams who are willing to support you during your time with them. Responsibilities: Work on a 1:1 or small group basis with students who have Special Educational Needs Lesson/work planning for the students you are working with Utilise learning schemes in order to progress your student's learning Report back to parents and teachers regarding the students progress Liaise with the SENCO and class teacher where required Benefits of the role: ReferAFriend scheme where you could have the chance to earn £300. The opportunity to build upon previous skills and experience gained, in particular within the SEN sector. Permanent role hired directly through the school The opportunity to make a difference to the lives of young children within the primary sector Requirements: Previous experience working with SEN students within the education sector Have a Enhanced DBS on the update service or be willing to complete and pay for a new DBS application A basic understanding of Interventions/1:1 education (desired) Experience using learning schemes such as Makaton / PECs / Team Teach Be passionate about working with children that have SEN and be determined to make sure that their learning experience is as comfortable and positive as possible If you would like more information or to apply directly, please contact Millie at millie.freeman@randstadeducation.co.uk
      SEN Teaching Assistant Wandsworth and LambethLong term opportunities - 5 days a week£75-90 per day, depending on experience Are you an experienced Teaching Assistant looking for your next role? Are you based in Wandsworth or the surrounding areas?Have you got experience working with children with Special Education Needs in Primary Education? If so, please read on and click apply today! Randstad Education may have the next role for you! Randstad Education are looking for 3 SEN TA's with experience working on a 1:1 or small group basis to join the team to work with one of our primary schools located in the heart of Wandsworth. You will be working closely with class teachers and SENCO's, and will often be on a 1:1 basis with KS1 or KS2 students who have SEN. Our school is looking for candidates who are very flexible and someone who has a passion for working with children.This role is £75/90 per day depending on experience. Our school is looking for candidates who can work Monday to Friday who can commit to working from 08:30 - 16:00 pm. Our partnership schools are looking for enthusiastic learners who look to develop their own skills, as well as the students. Our schools provide training on the job, and have fantastic SLT teams who are willing to support you during your time with them. Responsibilities: Work on a 1:1 or small group basis with students who have Special Educational Needs Lesson/work planning for the students you are working with Utilise learning schemes in order to progress your student's learning Report back to parents and teachers regarding the students progress Liaise with the SENCO and class teacher where required Benefits of the role: ReferAFriend scheme where you could have the chance to earn £300. The opportunity to build upon previous skills and experience gained, in particular within the SEN sector. Permanent role hired directly through the school The opportunity to make a difference to the lives of young children within the primary sector Requirements: Previous experience working with SEN students within the education sector Have a Enhanced DBS on the update service or be willing to complete and pay for a new DBS application A basic understanding of Interventions/1:1 education (desired) Experience using learning schemes such as Makaton / PECs / Team Teach Be passionate about working with children that have SEN and be determined to make sure that their learning experience is as comfortable and positive as possible If you would like more information or to apply directly, please contact Millie at millie.freeman@randstadeducation.co.uk
      • ealing, london
      • permanent
      • £50,841 - £52,887 per year
      • randstad education
      Randstad Education is working with an outstanding two form entry primary school in the London Borough of Ealing who are looking to appoint a School Business Manager. The role is full time and 35 hours a week and permanent.As part of the Senior Leadership Team, the successful candidate will have direct impact on maintaining and improving the schools performance. Interviews are going to be held at the end of May with a view to starting in June 2022. The Job Lead, develop and manage support services and non-curriculum activities to support the best possible outcomes for pupils 0-11 years.To be an integral part of the Leadership Team of the School.Formulate with the leadership team and governing body, in consultation with parents, staff and governors, the vision and overall aims and objectives of the school, developing policies and procedures to support this.To have overall responsibility for management of all financial matters, including strategic planning, reporting, budgeting, systems, and controls.Provide strategic leadership on other core business services included ICT, human resources, premises management, catering, lettings, extended day, security and health & safety, administration, and operations to facilitate creating an outstanding educational environment for pupils.In the absence of the Headteacher, take delegated responsibility for Financial and other decisions.The CandidateTo have a certificate in School Business Management (CSBM) or a relevant professional qualification in financial management/HR. (Essential)Experience at Senior Level in Education or in Financial Management with a track record of delivering strategic goals. (Essential)Knowledge of appropriate financial, monitoring and management information systems. (Essential)To be educated to degree level or equivalent (Desirable).Ability to demonstrate excellent finance and accounting skills.Have a knowledge of SIMS FMS6 or similar packages.Ability to generate income.An understanding of funding systems and DfE guidance.Ability to design, create and maintain an accurate and up to date MIS. If you are interested in this position then please apply with an CV. Candidates must have an enhanced DBS on the update service. Interviews will take place on 26th May 2022
      Randstad Education is working with an outstanding two form entry primary school in the London Borough of Ealing who are looking to appoint a School Business Manager. The role is full time and 35 hours a week and permanent.As part of the Senior Leadership Team, the successful candidate will have direct impact on maintaining and improving the schools performance. Interviews are going to be held at the end of May with a view to starting in June 2022. The Job Lead, develop and manage support services and non-curriculum activities to support the best possible outcomes for pupils 0-11 years.To be an integral part of the Leadership Team of the School.Formulate with the leadership team and governing body, in consultation with parents, staff and governors, the vision and overall aims and objectives of the school, developing policies and procedures to support this.To have overall responsibility for management of all financial matters, including strategic planning, reporting, budgeting, systems, and controls.Provide strategic leadership on other core business services included ICT, human resources, premises management, catering, lettings, extended day, security and health & safety, administration, and operations to facilitate creating an outstanding educational environment for pupils.In the absence of the Headteacher, take delegated responsibility for Financial and other decisions.The CandidateTo have a certificate in School Business Management (CSBM) or a relevant professional qualification in financial management/HR. (Essential)Experience at Senior Level in Education or in Financial Management with a track record of delivering strategic goals. (Essential)Knowledge of appropriate financial, monitoring and management information systems. (Essential)To be educated to degree level or equivalent (Desirable).Ability to demonstrate excellent finance and accounting skills.Have a knowledge of SIMS FMS6 or similar packages.Ability to generate income.An understanding of funding systems and DfE guidance.Ability to design, create and maintain an accurate and up to date MIS. If you are interested in this position then please apply with an CV. Candidates must have an enhanced DBS on the update service. Interviews will take place on 26th May 2022
      • hackney, london
      • contract
      • randstad education
      Job Title: Primary Teaching assistant ( recent graduate)Location: Hackney Pay rate: £70- £90Length of role: full time Are you a recent grad within any subject and are based in hackney?Would you like to start your career in teaching?Would you like the experience to work with a friendly and professional school in hackney?Would you be happy to work with an honest and friendly recruiter whose goal is to get you your next job!? IF THIS SOUNDS LIKE A BIT OF YOU SEND ME YOUR CV NOW! Randstad education is looking for graduates who have just finished graduation courses who are looking to get into education. There is no prior experience needed just being keen to learn and ambition to become something great within the educational industry. A school we work with in hackney is looking for new teaching assistants to start as soon as possible, full time. This is a great opportunity for someone interested in getting into teaching and just graduating. Benefits of this role?Refer a friend - you could earn £300Training provided by the school and Randstad EducationAn opportunity to be supported by excellent teams within your career as a teaching assistant Working alongside a dedicated consultant and team to find you your next role in education! What are the responsibilities?To be innovative, progressive, forward thinking and outward looking Occasionally, you may also supervise pupils during events and projects outside of the classroom such as cultural outings, field trips and excursionsTo be fully inclusive To have high expectations and aspirations for all pupils Creating a positive learning environment through professionally planned lessons and classroom displays What are the requirements?You will need to hold UK QTS or be suitably qualified to teach in UK schoolsHave experience working with children for a minimum of 6 monthsTo possess effective classroom management strategiesStrive to ensure that every child succeeds to the best of their ability Having a DBS on the Update Service or the willingness to complete and pay for a new DBS applicationTo be punctual To have knowledge of the Primary Curriculums, and experience teaching these ages. If you like what you see please don't hesitate to email me your cv and we can discuss further what your looking for at megan.flood@randstadeducation.com
      Job Title: Primary Teaching assistant ( recent graduate)Location: Hackney Pay rate: £70- £90Length of role: full time Are you a recent grad within any subject and are based in hackney?Would you like to start your career in teaching?Would you like the experience to work with a friendly and professional school in hackney?Would you be happy to work with an honest and friendly recruiter whose goal is to get you your next job!? IF THIS SOUNDS LIKE A BIT OF YOU SEND ME YOUR CV NOW! Randstad education is looking for graduates who have just finished graduation courses who are looking to get into education. There is no prior experience needed just being keen to learn and ambition to become something great within the educational industry. A school we work with in hackney is looking for new teaching assistants to start as soon as possible, full time. This is a great opportunity for someone interested in getting into teaching and just graduating. Benefits of this role?Refer a friend - you could earn £300Training provided by the school and Randstad EducationAn opportunity to be supported by excellent teams within your career as a teaching assistant Working alongside a dedicated consultant and team to find you your next role in education! What are the responsibilities?To be innovative, progressive, forward thinking and outward looking Occasionally, you may also supervise pupils during events and projects outside of the classroom such as cultural outings, field trips and excursionsTo be fully inclusive To have high expectations and aspirations for all pupils Creating a positive learning environment through professionally planned lessons and classroom displays What are the requirements?You will need to hold UK QTS or be suitably qualified to teach in UK schoolsHave experience working with children for a minimum of 6 monthsTo possess effective classroom management strategiesStrive to ensure that every child succeeds to the best of their ability Having a DBS on the Update Service or the willingness to complete and pay for a new DBS applicationTo be punctual To have knowledge of the Primary Curriculums, and experience teaching these ages. If you like what you see please don't hesitate to email me your cv and we can discuss further what your looking for at megan.flood@randstadeducation.com
      • hackney, london
      • contract
      • randstad education
      Job Title: Primary Teaching assistant (graduate) Location: Hackney Pay rate: £70- £90Length of role: full time Have you recently graduated from any course and want to get into teaching?Are you looking to start something as soon as possible?Are you based in islington por willing to travel to islington?Would you like the chance to become a teaching assistant with the help from a trustworthy and honest recruiter? If this sounds like a bit of you. APPLY NOW! Randstad education is looking for graduates who have just finished graduation courses who are looking to get into education. There is no prior experience needed just being keen to learn and ambition to become something great within the educational industry. A school we work with in hackney is looking for new teaching assistants to start as soon as possible, full time. This is a great opportunity for someone interested in getting into teaching and just graduating. Benefits of this role?Refer a friend - you could earn £300Training provided by the school and Randstad EducationAn opportunity to be supported by excellent teams within your career as a teaching assistant Working alongside a dedicated consultant and team to find you your next role in education! What are the responsibilities?To be innovative, progressive, forward thinking and outward looking Occasionally, you may also supervise pupils during events and projects outside of the classroom such as cultural outings, field trips and excursionsTo be fully inclusive To have high expectations and aspirations for all pupils Creating a positive learning environment through professionally planned lessons and classroom displays What are the requirements?You will need to hold UK QTS or be suitably qualified to teach in UK schoolsHave experience working with children for a minimum of 6 monthsTo possess effective classroom management strategiesStrive to ensure that every child succeeds to the best of their ability Having a DBS on the Update Service or the willingness to complete and pay for a new DBS applicationTo be punctual To have knowledge of the Primary Curriculums, and experience teaching these ages. If all the above sounds like the perfect fit for you then don't be a stranger and send over your cv to megan.flood@randstadeduction.co.uk
      Job Title: Primary Teaching assistant (graduate) Location: Hackney Pay rate: £70- £90Length of role: full time Have you recently graduated from any course and want to get into teaching?Are you looking to start something as soon as possible?Are you based in islington por willing to travel to islington?Would you like the chance to become a teaching assistant with the help from a trustworthy and honest recruiter? If this sounds like a bit of you. APPLY NOW! Randstad education is looking for graduates who have just finished graduation courses who are looking to get into education. There is no prior experience needed just being keen to learn and ambition to become something great within the educational industry. A school we work with in hackney is looking for new teaching assistants to start as soon as possible, full time. This is a great opportunity for someone interested in getting into teaching and just graduating. Benefits of this role?Refer a friend - you could earn £300Training provided by the school and Randstad EducationAn opportunity to be supported by excellent teams within your career as a teaching assistant Working alongside a dedicated consultant and team to find you your next role in education! What are the responsibilities?To be innovative, progressive, forward thinking and outward looking Occasionally, you may also supervise pupils during events and projects outside of the classroom such as cultural outings, field trips and excursionsTo be fully inclusive To have high expectations and aspirations for all pupils Creating a positive learning environment through professionally planned lessons and classroom displays What are the requirements?You will need to hold UK QTS or be suitably qualified to teach in UK schoolsHave experience working with children for a minimum of 6 monthsTo possess effective classroom management strategiesStrive to ensure that every child succeeds to the best of their ability Having a DBS on the Update Service or the willingness to complete and pay for a new DBS applicationTo be punctual To have knowledge of the Primary Curriculums, and experience teaching these ages. If all the above sounds like the perfect fit for you then don't be a stranger and send over your cv to megan.flood@randstadeduction.co.uk
      • barking and dagenham, london
      • temporary
      • randstad education
      Job Title: Teaching Assistant Location: Barking and Dagenham Pay rate: £70 - 85 Depending on experience and support staff qualificationsLength of role: Day to Day cover, Weekly bookings Are you seeking opportunities within the education sector as a support staff member?Would you like to work in a good progressive school environment?Do you live in Barking and Dagenham or are you happy to travel to the nearby areas?Would you like to find your dream job through an honest and trustworthy recruiter? IF YES APPLY NOW!!!! Randstad Education are recruiting on behalf of a primary schools within the Barking and Dagenham area. This would be a great opportunity for someone who is passionate about working within the age groups of EYFS, KS1 and KS2Benefits of this role?Refer a friend - you could earn £300Training provided by the school and Randstad EducationAn opportunity to be supported by excellent teams within your career as a …Working alongside a dedicated consultant and team to find you your next role in education! What are the responsibilities?To be innovative, progressive, forward thinking and outward looking To Support the class teacher in lessons and 1:1 discussionsAdapt to scenarios which may occur in the classroom settingTo have high expectations and aspirations for all pupils Creating a positive learning environment through professionally planned lessons and classroom displays What are the requirements?you will need to hold or preferably a support staff related conversation Have experience working with children for a minimum of 6 monthsTo possess effective classroom support strategiesStrive to ensure that every child succeeds to the best of their ability Having a DBS on the Update Service or the willingness to complete and pay for a new DBS applicationTo be punctual To have knowledge of the Primary Curriculum's, and experience supporting these ages.If you feel this may be of interest to you please call 01245 260 100 or email me your CV at divesh.vaghela@randstad.co.uk
      Job Title: Teaching Assistant Location: Barking and Dagenham Pay rate: £70 - 85 Depending on experience and support staff qualificationsLength of role: Day to Day cover, Weekly bookings Are you seeking opportunities within the education sector as a support staff member?Would you like to work in a good progressive school environment?Do you live in Barking and Dagenham or are you happy to travel to the nearby areas?Would you like to find your dream job through an honest and trustworthy recruiter? IF YES APPLY NOW!!!! Randstad Education are recruiting on behalf of a primary schools within the Barking and Dagenham area. This would be a great opportunity for someone who is passionate about working within the age groups of EYFS, KS1 and KS2Benefits of this role?Refer a friend - you could earn £300Training provided by the school and Randstad EducationAn opportunity to be supported by excellent teams within your career as a …Working alongside a dedicated consultant and team to find you your next role in education! What are the responsibilities?To be innovative, progressive, forward thinking and outward looking To Support the class teacher in lessons and 1:1 discussionsAdapt to scenarios which may occur in the classroom settingTo have high expectations and aspirations for all pupils Creating a positive learning environment through professionally planned lessons and classroom displays What are the requirements?you will need to hold or preferably a support staff related conversation Have experience working with children for a minimum of 6 monthsTo possess effective classroom support strategiesStrive to ensure that every child succeeds to the best of their ability Having a DBS on the Update Service or the willingness to complete and pay for a new DBS applicationTo be punctual To have knowledge of the Primary Curriculum's, and experience supporting these ages.If you feel this may be of interest to you please call 01245 260 100 or email me your CV at divesh.vaghela@randstad.co.uk
      • havering, london
      • temporary
      • randstad education
      Job Title: Teaching Assistant Location: Havering Pay rate: £70 - 85 Depending on experience and support staff qualificationsLength of role: Day to Day cover, Weekly bookings Are you seeking opportunities within the education sector as a support staff member?Would you like to work in a good progressive school environment?Do you live in Havering or are you happy to travel to the nearby areas?Would you like to find your dream job through an honest and trustworthy recruiter? IF YES APPLY NOW!!!! Randstad Education are recruiting on behalf of primary schools within the Havering area. This would be a great opportunity for someone who is passionate about working within the age groups of EYFS, KS1 and KS2Benefits of this role?Refer a friend - you could earn £300Training provided by the school and Randstad EducationAn opportunity to be supported by excellent teams within your career as a …Working alongside a dedicated consultant and team to find you your next role in education! What are the responsibilities?To be innovative, progressive, forward thinking and outward looking To Support the class teacher in lessons and 1:1 discussionsAdapt to scenarios which may occur in the classroom settingTo have high expectations and aspirations for all pupils Creating a positive learning environment through professionally planned lessons and classroom displays What are the requirements?you will need to hold or preferably a support staff related conversation Have experience working with children for a minimum of 6 monthsTo possess effective classroom support strategiesStrive to ensure that every child succeeds to the best of their ability Having a DBS on the Update Service or the willingness to complete and pay for a new DBS applicationTo be punctual To have knowledge of the Primary Curriculums, and experience supporting these ages.If you feel this may be of interest to you please call 01245 260 100 or email me your CV at divesh.vaghela@randstad.co.uk
      Job Title: Teaching Assistant Location: Havering Pay rate: £70 - 85 Depending on experience and support staff qualificationsLength of role: Day to Day cover, Weekly bookings Are you seeking opportunities within the education sector as a support staff member?Would you like to work in a good progressive school environment?Do you live in Havering or are you happy to travel to the nearby areas?Would you like to find your dream job through an honest and trustworthy recruiter? IF YES APPLY NOW!!!! Randstad Education are recruiting on behalf of primary schools within the Havering area. This would be a great opportunity for someone who is passionate about working within the age groups of EYFS, KS1 and KS2Benefits of this role?Refer a friend - you could earn £300Training provided by the school and Randstad EducationAn opportunity to be supported by excellent teams within your career as a …Working alongside a dedicated consultant and team to find you your next role in education! What are the responsibilities?To be innovative, progressive, forward thinking and outward looking To Support the class teacher in lessons and 1:1 discussionsAdapt to scenarios which may occur in the classroom settingTo have high expectations and aspirations for all pupils Creating a positive learning environment through professionally planned lessons and classroom displays What are the requirements?you will need to hold or preferably a support staff related conversation Have experience working with children for a minimum of 6 monthsTo possess effective classroom support strategiesStrive to ensure that every child succeeds to the best of their ability Having a DBS on the Update Service or the willingness to complete and pay for a new DBS applicationTo be punctual To have knowledge of the Primary Curriculums, and experience supporting these ages.If you feel this may be of interest to you please call 01245 260 100 or email me your CV at divesh.vaghela@randstad.co.uk
      • hackney, london
      • contract
      • randstad education
      Job Title: Early years learning support assistant Location: Hackney Pay rate: £70- £90 a day Length of role: long term Have you had prior experience with early years children?Are you looking for a job as a learning support assistant now?Are you a teaching assistant based in hackney?Would you like the chance to work in a team with a great school that works with randstad education? IF YOU HAVE ANSWERED YES! STOP RIGHT THERE AS THIS IS THE IDEAL JOB FOR YOU!!! Randstad education are on the lookout for early years learning support assistants in or near hackney london. We have a few schools who are currently looking to recruit for these roles now. Your responsibilities within this role will be supporting the classroom teacher, helping identify the students who need extra help, possibly doing 1-1 and just generally working in a team with the teacher. This would be a brilliant job role for an early years teaching assistant/ learning support assistant who is looking for a long term/ permanent position as well as gaining more experience working with early years students in a primary school environment. Details about these teaching roles:Long-term contract based workFull time role within a islington Primary School; monday- friday 8.30- 4.30Classes of 20-30 pupils.The daily rate is dependent on the experience of the teacher, however will be paid to scale. Benefits of this role?Refer a friend - you could earn £300Training provided by the school and Randstad EducationAn opportunity to be supported by excellent teams within your career as a EYFS Teaching AssistantWorking alongside a dedicated consultant and team to find you your next role in education!To be considered for this role, you must:Hold a recognised teaching qualification (QTS) or equivalent.Level 1+ child care/ early years qualificationBe available on a supply basisBe able to plan and assess within Primary school Curriculum Have or be willing to obtain an up to date enhanced DBS.If this sounds like the job for you do not hesitate to send over your CV to megan.flood@randstadeduction.co.uk and I can help you to find the right job role for you!
      Job Title: Early years learning support assistant Location: Hackney Pay rate: £70- £90 a day Length of role: long term Have you had prior experience with early years children?Are you looking for a job as a learning support assistant now?Are you a teaching assistant based in hackney?Would you like the chance to work in a team with a great school that works with randstad education? IF YOU HAVE ANSWERED YES! STOP RIGHT THERE AS THIS IS THE IDEAL JOB FOR YOU!!! Randstad education are on the lookout for early years learning support assistants in or near hackney london. We have a few schools who are currently looking to recruit for these roles now. Your responsibilities within this role will be supporting the classroom teacher, helping identify the students who need extra help, possibly doing 1-1 and just generally working in a team with the teacher. This would be a brilliant job role for an early years teaching assistant/ learning support assistant who is looking for a long term/ permanent position as well as gaining more experience working with early years students in a primary school environment. Details about these teaching roles:Long-term contract based workFull time role within a islington Primary School; monday- friday 8.30- 4.30Classes of 20-30 pupils.The daily rate is dependent on the experience of the teacher, however will be paid to scale. Benefits of this role?Refer a friend - you could earn £300Training provided by the school and Randstad EducationAn opportunity to be supported by excellent teams within your career as a EYFS Teaching AssistantWorking alongside a dedicated consultant and team to find you your next role in education!To be considered for this role, you must:Hold a recognised teaching qualification (QTS) or equivalent.Level 1+ child care/ early years qualificationBe available on a supply basisBe able to plan and assess within Primary school Curriculum Have or be willing to obtain an up to date enhanced DBS.If this sounds like the job for you do not hesitate to send over your CV to megan.flood@randstadeduction.co.uk and I can help you to find the right job role for you!
      • hackney, london
      • contract
      • randstad education
      Job Title: Primary, early years teaching assistantLocation: Hackney Pay rate: £70- £90 a day Length of role: long term Have you got a level 1 or above in childcare/ early years?Do you have a passion for teaching early years students?Would you like a stable long term job within a great school as a teaching assistant?Would you like to work with an educational recruitment agency that gets teachers and teaching assistants jobs daily? If this sounds like your dream job. Apply now!!! Randstad education are on the lookout for early years learning support assistants in or near hackney london. We have a few schools who are currently looking to recruit for these roles now. Your responsibilities within this role will be supporting the classroom teacher, helping identify the students who need extra help, possibly doing 1-1 and just generally working in a team with the teacher. This would be a brilliant job role for an early years teaching assistant/ learning support assistant who is looking for a long term/ permanent position as well as gaining more experience working with early years students in a primary school environment. Details about these teaching roles:Long-term contract based workFull time role within a islington Primary School; monday- friday 8.30- 4.30Classes of 20-30 pupils.The daily rate is dependent on the experience of the teacher, however will be paid to scale. Benefits of this role?Refer a friend - you could earn £300Training provided by the school and Randstad EducationAn opportunity to be supported by excellent teams within your career as a EYFS Teaching AssistantWorking alongside a dedicated consultant and team to find you your next role in education!To be considered for this role, you must:Hold a recognised teaching qualification (QTS) or equivalent.Level 1+ child care/ early years qualificationBe available on a supply basisBe able to plan and assess within Primary school Curriculum Have or be willing to obtain an up to date enhanced DBS.If interested please contact me with your cv via email megan.flood@randstadeducation.com
      Job Title: Primary, early years teaching assistantLocation: Hackney Pay rate: £70- £90 a day Length of role: long term Have you got a level 1 or above in childcare/ early years?Do you have a passion for teaching early years students?Would you like a stable long term job within a great school as a teaching assistant?Would you like to work with an educational recruitment agency that gets teachers and teaching assistants jobs daily? If this sounds like your dream job. Apply now!!! Randstad education are on the lookout for early years learning support assistants in or near hackney london. We have a few schools who are currently looking to recruit for these roles now. Your responsibilities within this role will be supporting the classroom teacher, helping identify the students who need extra help, possibly doing 1-1 and just generally working in a team with the teacher. This would be a brilliant job role for an early years teaching assistant/ learning support assistant who is looking for a long term/ permanent position as well as gaining more experience working with early years students in a primary school environment. Details about these teaching roles:Long-term contract based workFull time role within a islington Primary School; monday- friday 8.30- 4.30Classes of 20-30 pupils.The daily rate is dependent on the experience of the teacher, however will be paid to scale. Benefits of this role?Refer a friend - you could earn £300Training provided by the school and Randstad EducationAn opportunity to be supported by excellent teams within your career as a EYFS Teaching AssistantWorking alongside a dedicated consultant and team to find you your next role in education!To be considered for this role, you must:Hold a recognised teaching qualification (QTS) or equivalent.Level 1+ child care/ early years qualificationBe available on a supply basisBe able to plan and assess within Primary school Curriculum Have or be willing to obtain an up to date enhanced DBS.If interested please contact me with your cv via email megan.flood@randstadeducation.com
      • hackney, london
      • permanent
      • randstad education
      Job Title: Primary Classroom Teacher Location: HackneyPay rate: M2- M4Length of role: Permanent Are you a teacher with prior experience teaching primary or secondary?Have you got a PGCE or QTS?Are you looking for a permanent job role within a great school?Would you like to find your dream job role with an honest recruiter who finds teachers, jobs daily? IF YES APPLY ASAP!!! Randstad education are ;looking for a primary classroom teacher to start working with a school we work with ASAP. the responsibilities of this job role would be working from 8.30- 4/4.30, teaching objectives to the classroom, supporting students, working with the teaching assistant as a team, being the face of the year group and being the person the students can look up to. This would be a great opportunity for someone looking to start their journey in teaching after getting a PGCE or QTS or a teacher with a lot of experience within teaching Details about these teaching roles:Long-term contract based workFull time role within a KS2 class; you will be supported by a teacherClasses of 20-30 pupils.The daily rate is dependent on the experience of the teacher, however will be paid to scale. Benefits of this role?Refer a friend - you could earn £300Training provided by the school and Randstad EducationAn opportunity to be supported by excellent teams within your career as a teacher Working alongside a dedicated consultant and team to find you your next role in education!To be considered for this role, you must:Hold a recognised teaching qualification (QTS) or equivalent.Have experience in KS1/KS2Be available on a supply basisHave or be willing to obtain an up to date enhanced DBS. If this sounds like the best role for you send over your cv to my email: megan.flood@randstadeduction.co.uk
      Job Title: Primary Classroom Teacher Location: HackneyPay rate: M2- M4Length of role: Permanent Are you a teacher with prior experience teaching primary or secondary?Have you got a PGCE or QTS?Are you looking for a permanent job role within a great school?Would you like to find your dream job role with an honest recruiter who finds teachers, jobs daily? IF YES APPLY ASAP!!! Randstad education are ;looking for a primary classroom teacher to start working with a school we work with ASAP. the responsibilities of this job role would be working from 8.30- 4/4.30, teaching objectives to the classroom, supporting students, working with the teaching assistant as a team, being the face of the year group and being the person the students can look up to. This would be a great opportunity for someone looking to start their journey in teaching after getting a PGCE or QTS or a teacher with a lot of experience within teaching Details about these teaching roles:Long-term contract based workFull time role within a KS2 class; you will be supported by a teacherClasses of 20-30 pupils.The daily rate is dependent on the experience of the teacher, however will be paid to scale. Benefits of this role?Refer a friend - you could earn £300Training provided by the school and Randstad EducationAn opportunity to be supported by excellent teams within your career as a teacher Working alongside a dedicated consultant and team to find you your next role in education!To be considered for this role, you must:Hold a recognised teaching qualification (QTS) or equivalent.Have experience in KS1/KS2Be available on a supply basisHave or be willing to obtain an up to date enhanced DBS. If this sounds like the best role for you send over your cv to my email: megan.flood@randstadeduction.co.uk
      • sydenham, london
      • contract
      • £175 - £215 per day
      • randstad education
      Randstad Education are currently working with a South East London based SEN school with regards to recruiting a Full Time Primary Classroom Teacher to join the school in September. The school is of very good standing and currently has an OUTSTANDING Ofsted report. This full time Primary School Teacher role is required to work from Monday to Friday on a 12 month maturity cover contract. The Primary school teacher requirements; Qualified teacherThis post will probably start from October 2022 as the teacher has not yet confirmed the start date for their maternity leave.5 days per week onlyMaternity cover only - one yearResponsibility for a class of KS1 pupils, supported by at least two TAsSupport from SLT and a Learning PractitionerSEN experience preferredMust have English as mother tongue as our younger pupils can have severe speech and communication difficultiesExperience of PECs, Makaton a bonusUK qualifiedPrimary School Teachers Benefits;Direct 121 Consultant support24hrs access to timesheets payment historyLong term contractRefer a friend (£300 for your favourite high street store) subject to T&CsDaily rate of between £175 to £215 dependant on experienceNOT for you.......? Why not refer a friend? For more information please do not hesitate to contact Geoff Jones on 0208 126 9089 or hit the "APPLY" button.
      Randstad Education are currently working with a South East London based SEN school with regards to recruiting a Full Time Primary Classroom Teacher to join the school in September. The school is of very good standing and currently has an OUTSTANDING Ofsted report. This full time Primary School Teacher role is required to work from Monday to Friday on a 12 month maturity cover contract. The Primary school teacher requirements; Qualified teacherThis post will probably start from October 2022 as the teacher has not yet confirmed the start date for their maternity leave.5 days per week onlyMaternity cover only - one yearResponsibility for a class of KS1 pupils, supported by at least two TAsSupport from SLT and a Learning PractitionerSEN experience preferredMust have English as mother tongue as our younger pupils can have severe speech and communication difficultiesExperience of PECs, Makaton a bonusUK qualifiedPrimary School Teachers Benefits;Direct 121 Consultant support24hrs access to timesheets payment historyLong term contractRefer a friend (£300 for your favourite high street store) subject to T&CsDaily rate of between £175 to £215 dependant on experienceNOT for you.......? Why not refer a friend? For more information please do not hesitate to contact Geoff Jones on 0208 126 9089 or hit the "APPLY" button.
      • barking and dagenham, london
      • contract
      • randstad education
      KS2 Teacher Location: DagenhamLength of role: Full- timeStart Date; Immediate Are you a qualified teacher who is looking for work and available immediately?Would you like to work with a 'good' rated school as a KS2 teacher?Do you live in Dagenham or are you happy to travel to Dagenham?Would you like to find your dream job through an honest and trustworthy recruiter? IF YES APPLY NOW!!!! Randstad Education are recruiting on behalf of a school we work with in Dagenham, the school is looking for a KS2 Teacher to start with immediate effect. This will be a long term role with the potential of going permanent. This would be a great opportunity for a KS2 Teacher looking to create their new journey in a good school within a great team. Benefits of this role?Refer a friend - you could earn £300Training provided by the school and Randstad EducationAn opportunity to be supported by excellent teams within your career as a …Working alongside a dedicated consultant and team to find you your next role in education! What are the responsibilities?To be determined, positive, forward thinking and outward looking Occasionally, you may also supervise pupils during events and projects outside of the classroom such as cultural outings, field trips and excursionsStrong behaviour managementTo have high expectations and aspirations for all pupils Creating a positive learning environment through professionally planned lessons and classroom displays What are the requirements?you will need to hold UK QTS or be suitably qualified to teach in UK schoolsHave experience working with children for a minimum of 12 months, KS2 experience would be preferableTo possess effective classroom management strategiesStrive to ensure that every child succeeds to the best of their ability Having a DBS on the Update Service or the willingness to complete and pay for a new DBS applicationTo be punctual To have knowledge of the Primary Curriculums, and experience teaching these ages.If This sounds like a good fit for you please email me atdivesh.vaghela@randstadeducation.co.uk
      KS2 Teacher Location: DagenhamLength of role: Full- timeStart Date; Immediate Are you a qualified teacher who is looking for work and available immediately?Would you like to work with a 'good' rated school as a KS2 teacher?Do you live in Dagenham or are you happy to travel to Dagenham?Would you like to find your dream job through an honest and trustworthy recruiter? IF YES APPLY NOW!!!! Randstad Education are recruiting on behalf of a school we work with in Dagenham, the school is looking for a KS2 Teacher to start with immediate effect. This will be a long term role with the potential of going permanent. This would be a great opportunity for a KS2 Teacher looking to create their new journey in a good school within a great team. Benefits of this role?Refer a friend - you could earn £300Training provided by the school and Randstad EducationAn opportunity to be supported by excellent teams within your career as a …Working alongside a dedicated consultant and team to find you your next role in education! What are the responsibilities?To be determined, positive, forward thinking and outward looking Occasionally, you may also supervise pupils during events and projects outside of the classroom such as cultural outings, field trips and excursionsStrong behaviour managementTo have high expectations and aspirations for all pupils Creating a positive learning environment through professionally planned lessons and classroom displays What are the requirements?you will need to hold UK QTS or be suitably qualified to teach in UK schoolsHave experience working with children for a minimum of 12 months, KS2 experience would be preferableTo possess effective classroom management strategiesStrive to ensure that every child succeeds to the best of their ability Having a DBS on the Update Service or the willingness to complete and pay for a new DBS applicationTo be punctual To have knowledge of the Primary Curriculums, and experience teaching these ages.If This sounds like a good fit for you please email me atdivesh.vaghela@randstadeducation.co.uk
      • islington, london
      • contract
      • randstad education
      Job Title: Primary early years qualified/ experienced teaching assistant Location: Islington Pay rate: £70- £90 a day Length of role: long term Do you love working with early years primary students?Do you have prior experience or qualifications with early years children?Would you like the opportunity to start a new job as a primary early years teaching assistant asap?Would you like the chance to work with a globally known recruitment agency whose priority is you! IF YOU HAVE ANSWERED YES! STOP RIGHT THERE AS THIS IS THE IDEAL JOB FOR YOU!!! My name is Megan and I'm recruiting with randstad education on behalf of a Primary school I work with in Islington. I am looking to take on a primary early years teaching assistant to start in a primary school in islington ASAP. for this role you will require past expieiriance of qualifications with early years children as well as a DBS on the update service. This would be a brilliant job role for an NQT or experienced EYFS educator who is based in Islingtonand happy to start a new long term journey. Details about these teaching roles:Long-term contract based workFull time role within a islington Primary School; monday- friday 8.30- 4.30Classes of 20-30 pupils.The daily rate is dependent on the experience of the teacher, however will be paid to scale. Benefits of this role?Refer a friend - you could earn £300Training provided by the school and Randstad EducationAn opportunity to be supported by excellent teams within your career as a EYFS Teaching AssistantWorking alongside a dedicated consultant and team to find you your next role in education!To be considered for this role, you must:Hold a recognised teaching qualification (QTS) or equivalent.Level 1+ child care/ early years qualificationBe available on a supply basisBe able to plan and assess within Primary school Curriculum Have or be willing to obtain an up to date enhanced DBS.If this sounds like the job for you do not hesitate to send over your CV to megan.flood@randstadeduction.co.uk and I can help you to find the right job role for you!
      Job Title: Primary early years qualified/ experienced teaching assistant Location: Islington Pay rate: £70- £90 a day Length of role: long term Do you love working with early years primary students?Do you have prior experience or qualifications with early years children?Would you like the opportunity to start a new job as a primary early years teaching assistant asap?Would you like the chance to work with a globally known recruitment agency whose priority is you! IF YOU HAVE ANSWERED YES! STOP RIGHT THERE AS THIS IS THE IDEAL JOB FOR YOU!!! My name is Megan and I'm recruiting with randstad education on behalf of a Primary school I work with in Islington. I am looking to take on a primary early years teaching assistant to start in a primary school in islington ASAP. for this role you will require past expieiriance of qualifications with early years children as well as a DBS on the update service. This would be a brilliant job role for an NQT or experienced EYFS educator who is based in Islingtonand happy to start a new long term journey. Details about these teaching roles:Long-term contract based workFull time role within a islington Primary School; monday- friday 8.30- 4.30Classes of 20-30 pupils.The daily rate is dependent on the experience of the teacher, however will be paid to scale. Benefits of this role?Refer a friend - you could earn £300Training provided by the school and Randstad EducationAn opportunity to be supported by excellent teams within your career as a EYFS Teaching AssistantWorking alongside a dedicated consultant and team to find you your next role in education!To be considered for this role, you must:Hold a recognised teaching qualification (QTS) or equivalent.Level 1+ child care/ early years qualificationBe available on a supply basisBe able to plan and assess within Primary school Curriculum Have or be willing to obtain an up to date enhanced DBS.If this sounds like the job for you do not hesitate to send over your CV to megan.flood@randstadeduction.co.uk and I can help you to find the right job role for you!
      • haringey, london
      • contract
      • randstad education
      Job Title KS1 Teacher Location: Haringey Pay rate: £130- 170 Length of role: Full- time Are you a qualified teacher who is looking for work now?Would you like to work with a great school as a KS1 teacher?Do you live in Haringey or are you happy to travel to haringey?Would you like to find your dream job through an honest and trustworthy recruiter? IF YES APPLY NOW!!!! Randstad Education are recruiting on behalf of a school we work with in Haringey, the school is looking for a KS1 Teacher to start after the May holiday. This will be a long term role with the potential of going perm. This would be a great opportunity for A KS1 Teacher looking to create their new journey in a new school within a great team. Benefits of this role?Refer a friend - you could earn £300Training provided by the school and Randstad EducationAn opportunity to be supported by excellent teams within your career as a …Working alongside a dedicated consultant and team to find you your next role in education! What are the responsibilities?To be innovative, progressive, forward thinking and outward looking Occasionally, you may also supervise pupils during events and projects outside of the classroom such as cultural outings, field trips and excursionsTo be fully inclusive To have high expectations and aspirations for all pupils Creating a positive learning environment through professionally planned lessons and classroom displays What are the requirements?you will need to hold UK QTS or be suitably qualified to teach in UK schoolsHave experience working with children for a minimum of 6 monthsTo possess effective classroom management strategiesStrive to ensure that every child succeeds to the best of their ability Having a DBS on the Update Service or the willingness to complete and pay for a new DBS applicationTo be punctual To have knowledge of the Primary Curriculums, and experience teaching these ages.If This sounds ike a good fit for you please email me at megan.flood@randstadeducation.co.uk
      Job Title KS1 Teacher Location: Haringey Pay rate: £130- 170 Length of role: Full- time Are you a qualified teacher who is looking for work now?Would you like to work with a great school as a KS1 teacher?Do you live in Haringey or are you happy to travel to haringey?Would you like to find your dream job through an honest and trustworthy recruiter? IF YES APPLY NOW!!!! Randstad Education are recruiting on behalf of a school we work with in Haringey, the school is looking for a KS1 Teacher to start after the May holiday. This will be a long term role with the potential of going perm. This would be a great opportunity for A KS1 Teacher looking to create their new journey in a new school within a great team. Benefits of this role?Refer a friend - you could earn £300Training provided by the school and Randstad EducationAn opportunity to be supported by excellent teams within your career as a …Working alongside a dedicated consultant and team to find you your next role in education! What are the responsibilities?To be innovative, progressive, forward thinking and outward looking Occasionally, you may also supervise pupils during events and projects outside of the classroom such as cultural outings, field trips and excursionsTo be fully inclusive To have high expectations and aspirations for all pupils Creating a positive learning environment through professionally planned lessons and classroom displays What are the requirements?you will need to hold UK QTS or be suitably qualified to teach in UK schoolsHave experience working with children for a minimum of 6 monthsTo possess effective classroom management strategiesStrive to ensure that every child succeeds to the best of their ability Having a DBS on the Update Service or the willingness to complete and pay for a new DBS applicationTo be punctual To have knowledge of the Primary Curriculums, and experience teaching these ages.If This sounds ike a good fit for you please email me at megan.flood@randstadeducation.co.uk
      • haringey, london
      • contract
      • randstad education
      Job Title Primary school KS1 TeacherLocation: Haringey Pay rate: £130- 170 Length of role: Full- time Are you a confident Teacher based in Haringey or happy to travel to haringey?Are you looking for a new start in june?Have you got a pgce or qts?Would you like the opportunity to work with an honest recruiters whose goal is to get you to yours? If so, stop right there and apply asap!!! Randstad Education are recruiting on behalf of a school we work with in Haringey, the school are looking for a KS1 Teacher to start after the May holiday. This will be a long term role with the potential of going perm. This would be a great opportunity for A KS1 Teacher looking to create their new journey in a new school within a great team. Benefits of this role?Refer a friend - you could earn £300Training provided by the school and Randstad EducationAn opportunity to be supported by excellent teams within your career as a …Working alongside a dedicated consultant and team to find you your next role in education! What are the responsibilities?To be innovative, progressive, forward thinking and outward looking Occasionally, you may also supervise pupils during events and projects outside of the classroom such as cultural outings, field trips and excursionsTo be fully inclusive To have high expectations and aspirations for all pupils Creating a positive learning environment through professionally planned lessons and classroom displays What are the requirements?you will need to hold UK QTS or be suitably qualified to teach in UK schoolsHave experience working with children for a minimum of 6 monthsTo possess effective classroom management strategiesStrive to ensure that every child succeeds to the best of their ability Having a DBS on the Update Service or the willingness to complete and pay for a new DBS applicationTo be punctual To have knowledge of the Primary Curriculums, and experience teaching these ages.If this sounds like the perfect fit for you please do not hesitate to email me over your cv to megan.flood@randstad.co.uk
      Job Title Primary school KS1 TeacherLocation: Haringey Pay rate: £130- 170 Length of role: Full- time Are you a confident Teacher based in Haringey or happy to travel to haringey?Are you looking for a new start in june?Have you got a pgce or qts?Would you like the opportunity to work with an honest recruiters whose goal is to get you to yours? If so, stop right there and apply asap!!! Randstad Education are recruiting on behalf of a school we work with in Haringey, the school are looking for a KS1 Teacher to start after the May holiday. This will be a long term role with the potential of going perm. This would be a great opportunity for A KS1 Teacher looking to create their new journey in a new school within a great team. Benefits of this role?Refer a friend - you could earn £300Training provided by the school and Randstad EducationAn opportunity to be supported by excellent teams within your career as a …Working alongside a dedicated consultant and team to find you your next role in education! What are the responsibilities?To be innovative, progressive, forward thinking and outward looking Occasionally, you may also supervise pupils during events and projects outside of the classroom such as cultural outings, field trips and excursionsTo be fully inclusive To have high expectations and aspirations for all pupils Creating a positive learning environment through professionally planned lessons and classroom displays What are the requirements?you will need to hold UK QTS or be suitably qualified to teach in UK schoolsHave experience working with children for a minimum of 6 monthsTo possess effective classroom management strategiesStrive to ensure that every child succeeds to the best of their ability Having a DBS on the Update Service or the willingness to complete and pay for a new DBS applicationTo be punctual To have knowledge of the Primary Curriculums, and experience teaching these ages.If this sounds like the perfect fit for you please do not hesitate to email me over your cv to megan.flood@randstad.co.uk
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      • london, london
      • full-time
      • High Trees
      Employment and Careers AdvisorSalary: £24,000 - £28,000Hours: Full time 35 hours per weekAs an Employment Advisor, you will sit within the Employment and Welfare team, supporting the direct delivery of our Employment service by recruiting participants through outreach and supporting them to secure or progress in employment.Reporting to the Employment & Welfare Manager you will be required to manage and support a varied and challenging caseload into employment by providing high-quality Information & Guidance. You will be expected to conduct in depth and comprehensive Initial Assessments in order to produce SMART & tailored Action Plans.Your role will also require you to ensure weekly meaningful weekly contact with Beneficiaries and conduct regular reviews of agreed actions, then setting revised actions where applicable. It is imperative that you are able to demonstrate and encourage a positive mind-set among beneficiaries by adopting a strengths based approach to their journey into employment.As an Employment Advisor, you will be expected to conduct Employer Engagement activity for the service, as well as support the delivery of job fairs and sector-specific workshops. The role will also require you to ensure the service is at capacity levels by establishing and maintaining a network of referral partners and attending outreach events.You will have at least 1-year experience working in a similar post supporting disadvantaged groups back to work and/or training and education. You will have experience of working in an evidenced based practice, working to set targets. You will be equipped with influencing and persuasion skills. You will also be responsible for conducting caseload reviews weekly/ monthly and maintaining up to date beneficiary records on our internal systems.How to apply:For further information and to apply, please click the apply button!Closing date: Midnight on the 29th of May 2022. Interviews: Interviewing on a rolling basis, so please apply as soon as possible.
      • islington, london
      • full-time
      • Nordic Star Nurseries
      Job Title: Nursery Room LeaderLocation: Islington, North LondonSalary: £24,000 per yearJob type: Permanent, Full time.The Role:We are looking for a Room Leader who has previous experience to join our FANTASTIC brand-new Flag ship nursery in Islington, North London. Are you an early childhood education professional with good language skills? Or you might have great organisational skills and an eye for business opportunities? Above everything we appreciate a customer-centric mindset, can-do-attitude and the flexibility that working in a growing team requires.As a Room Leader you will be tasked with ensuring the smooth running of your specific room and have experience of how to support and manage all staff within your room. You will directly report to the Nursery Manager and Deputy Manager, and liaise with them daily about logistics, routines and required tasks. You will be co-responsible for ensuring the safety, safeguarding and well-being of the children and staff.You will role model and promote the setting's philosophy and ethos, showing creativity and high-energy. You will mentor and guide staff to scaffold an environment for child-led, play-based learning.Key Responsibilities and Duties:A real passion for holistic play and supporting children in their own learningSound knowledge of the EYFS statutory frameworkGood knowledge and understanding of safeguarding children's obligationsSomeone who is highly organised, reliable and a driven team-playerStrong relationship-building and communication skills to build a rapport with parents and practitioners alikeThe ability to adapt quickly to changes, is flexible and uses initiativeAn individual who is passionate about implementing change within the Early Years and excited to learn about the FinlandWay ® philosophy and willing to complete our inhouse teaching qualificationRequired Skills/Qualifications:Level 3 Qualification in childcare.Experience working with 3 months - 5 year olds.Ofsted inspection experience.Benefits:Annual Salary Reviews for all staff with a commitment to increase wages in line with cost of living.All staff paid a starting salary of London Living Wage.30 days annual leave (inclusive of bank holidays).7 days sick pay.5 days paid compassionate/ bereavement leave.5 days paid dependant leave.AXA Healthcare for all staff.Bonuses for the entire staff team.3 full days a week free childcare in one of our Nordic Star Nurseries.Enhanced Maternity, Paternity, Adoption and Shared Parental leave.Access to travel interest free Loans and support to purchase a bike for commuting.Time of Need Loan (TNL) for staff to access if a situation arises employees can submit a confidential application to request a loan of up to £850 to provide support through difficult times.Pension scheme of 3% employer contribution and 5% employee contribution.Refer a friend bonus of £500 once they have passed their probation.Commitment to provide financial support for further education and continuing professional development with bespoke career development plans for each employee. £5,000 education and CPD fund per site per year.Lunch provided daily for all staff.Staff meetings and annual training week held within working hours.Annual training session for senior staff in Helsinki at FinlandWay® HQ.Bi-annual staff events and awards ceremony for employees and their families.Please click on the APPLY button to send your CV and Cover Letter for this role.Candidates with the experience or relevant job titles of; Nursery Officer, Nursery Nurse, Child Carer, Nursery Manager, Senior Nursery Nurse, Childcare, Child, Nurse, Childcare, Nursery Assistant, Nursery, Pre-School Childcare, Childcare Assistant, Nursery Worker, Early Years, Educator, Childcare, Level 3, Children, Baby, Babies, EYFS, Early Years Teacher, Nursery Practitioner, Nursery Educator, Nursery Teacher, Early Years Educator, Early Years Teacher will also be considered for this role.
      • london, london
      • National Tutoring Programme
      Become an Academic MentorDiscover, explore and engage in the world of education and teaching as you become a key contributor to the country’s education recovery from COVID-19, as part of the government-funded National Tutoring Programme.Make a difference as an Academic Mentor through tailored one-to-one and small group tuition for pupils whose education has been most impacted by the pandemic and help them reach their full potential.We are recruiting full-time Academic Mentors to be placed in schools to deliver tuition in various subjects. You can select from a range of schools in your area and state your preference for being based in either a primary or secondary school. As an Academic Mentor you will be a critical member of the school team, working alongside the pupils’ teacher to provide 15-hour blocks of tuition for those who need it most.In primary schools, Academic Mentors will provide tailored support in literacy, numeracy and science.In secondary schools: English, numeracy, science, humanities and modern foreign languages.Required qualifications:Minimum of three A-levels at A*- C grade (or equivalent)Minimum of a grade 4 in English and Maths at GCSE levelResponsibilities of the role:Working with the schools’ Senior Leadership Team (SLT) to identify the support each pupil needsIdentifying learning gaps and helping create bespoke intervention programmes for pupilsDeveloping and delivering engaging sessions to support a range of learning styles with clear learning objectives, considering any barriers to learning or additional needsDelivering measurable outcomes from each session to track progressLearn, grow and develop with us, through:Expert online training from Liverpool Hope University£19,000 - £21,000 salary based on experience, including paid holidaysScheduled time with you and your school for onboard supportMental health and wellbeing peer support groupsOngoing Continuous Professional Development (CPD) and an excellent aftercare programmeShare your knowledge. Raise confidence in pupils. Help shape their future.We value diversity and we don't discriminate on the grounds of age, ethnicity, disability, gender, marital status, nationality, race, religion, sexual orientation or any other characteristics protected or otherwise. We are proud to be an equal opportunities employer that values diverse talent and encourages applications from people with diverse backgrounds and experiences. We strive to be inclusive at each stage of the recruitment process and in line with our aim to promote diversity in our workforce, we also have a diversity & inclusion policy.
      • erith, london
      • full-time
      • Webrecruit
      Curriculum Manager SP 41-44£43,856 - £47,42037 hours per week Are you passionate about Maths, with experience of leading a successful teaching team in a college or secondary school environment? Our client is seeking an experienced, flexible and highly qualified manager, to lead, develop and co-ordinate their Maths teams and curriculum across multiple sites. This is an exciting opportunity for the right person to use their excellent teaching and course leadership skills to provide an outstanding experience to our client’s adult study programme and apprenticeship learners, at GCSE and Functional Skills levels. Our client is the major provider of vocational education and training in London. They provide a distinctive range of courses for young people and a wide range of professional and employment related qualifications for adults. Applicants should hold a full teaching qualification and be highly experienced in working with learners from a variety of backgrounds. To be successful in this role, you’ll need to have excellent interpersonal and communication skills and be able to effectively motivate and inspire both students and staff. You’ll also have exceptional organisational skills combined with sound IT and administration skills. You will also have experience of leading a department successfully, with a proven record of significantly improved outcomes. As our client supports children and vulnerable adults, all staff are exempt from Section 4(2) of the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act ; Accordingly, most staff will be subject to either a ‘Standard’ or ‘Enhanced’ CRB check and a List 99 check, which confirms there is no barring in place. Closing date: 19th May 2022Interviews: To be confirmed So, if you’re seeking an opportunity as a Curriculum Manager, please apply via the button shown. This vacancy is being advertised by Webrecruit. The services advertised by Webrecruit are those of an Employment Agency.
      • mitcham, london
      • full-time
      • Kingswood Daycare Nursery
      Job Title: Nursery Room LeaderLocation: Mitcham, LondonSalary: £24,500 - £26,500 per year (experience dependent)Job type: Permanent, Full time.The Role:Kingswood Daycare Nursery is an Ofsted OUTSTANDING small business in childcare in Mitcham, Greater London. We are agile, rewarding and our goal is to create fun learning environment for young minds.We are a medium sized family run setting based in Mitcham, providing the highest standard of childcare within a safe and secure environment. We have an open plan setting with great resources and a friendly staff team.The Room Leader working in partnership with the Nursery Manager and Director and is responsible for the effective leadership of the nursery team, providing training, coaching, mentoring, and implementing a robust performance management strategy supporting team members to ensure service excellence for our current and prospective customers. This includes role modelling leadership behaviour and achieving consistent high-quality performance.Key Responsibilities and Duties:To provide a high standard of physical, emotional, social and intellectual care for children place in the setting.To give support to their staff within the setting.To work as part of a team in order to provide an enabling environment in which all individual children can play, develop and learn.To effectively deliver the EYFS ensuring that the individual needs and interest of children in the setting are met (in conjunction with other team members).To keep records of your key children's development and learning journeys and share with parents, carers and other key adults in the child's life.To develop and maintain strong partnerships and communication with parents/carers to facilitate day-to-day caring and early learning needs.To ensure the provision of a high quality environment to meet the needs of individual children having an awareness of any disabilities, family cultures and medical histories.To advise manager/deputy of any concerns, over children, parents, the safety of the environment, preserving confidentiality as necessary.To be involved in out of working hours activities, training, monthly staff meetings, summer events.To be flexible within working practices of the setting, undertaking other responsible duties where needed, such as domestic tasks, preparation of snack meals, cleansing of equipment, etc.To work alongside the manager and staff team to ensure that the setting's philosophy is fulfilled.To read, understand and adhere to all policies and procedures relevant to your role and the safe running of the setting.To develop your role within the team, especially with regard to being a key person.To keep completely confidential any information regarding the children, their families or other staff that is acquired as part of the job.To be aware of the high profile of the setting and to uphold its standards at all times, both in work hours and outside.To support nursery assistants, students and volunteers.To ensure good standards of safety, hygiene and cleanliness are maintained at all times.To undertake and lead on additional responsibilities such as SENCO, training co-ordinator, safeguarding Officer etc.Required Skills/Qualifications:Level 3 Qualification in childcare.Experience working with a variety of age groups is desirable.EYFS knowledge and experience.Benefits:28 days annual leave.Monday Motivation award for staff time off.Company Pension Scheme.Personal and Nursery company events including Christmas Meal.Competitive salary experience dependent.Family-feel Nursery team!Please click on the APPLY button to send your CV and Cover Letter for this role.Candidates with the experience or relevant job titles of; Nursery Officer, Nursery Nurse, Child Carer, Nursery Manager, Senior Nursery Nurse, Childcare, Child, Nurse, Childcare, Nursery Assistant, Nursery, Pre-School Childcare, Childcare Assistant, Nursery Worker, Early Years, Educator, Childcare, Level 3, Children, Baby, Babies, EYFS, Early Years Teacher, Montessori, Nursery Practitioner, Nursery Educator, Nursery Teacher, Early Years Educator, Early Years Teacher will also be considered for this role.
      • london, london
      • full-time
      • St John Ambulance
      About the RoleAs a Procurement & Training Administrator, you will be an important part of the training & resources teams, as you will be responsible for ordering and purchase administration to ensure that our team of over 400 trainers have access to the resources they need, as well as, processing course details once customers have completed their training course with St John Ambulance, you will ensure customers receive their certificates as well as maintaining up to date information regarding the status of training courses and customers certificates.A large part of your role will be supporting the resources team in producing reports, presentations and correspondence for internal and external customers.Please see the job description for more detail (this can be viewed on our website or once you click apply)About YouThis role involves working with multiple departments in St John Ambulance, so you must be a strong verbal and written communicator with great prioritisation skills.Ideally, you will have worked in a similar administration environment previously and while you will receive systems training with us, you will have a good level of Microsoft Office/365 experience.About UsSt John Ambulance works at the heart of communities, providing first aid, keeping people safe at events and working alongside the NHS in response to 999 calls.Every year, hundreds of thousands of people learn how to save a life through our training, education and youth programmes.Over the next decade, we have bold ambitions to help transform out-of-hospital care, having a positive impact on the people we treat and the communities we serve.We are a team of 1,600 employees and 18,000 volunteers, united by our goal of saving lives through first aid.You will receive;Competitive salary & pension schemeCycle to work schemeHealth and Wellbeing portal - Access to financial, health and wellbeing guidance and support.Discounts - Blue Light, NHS Discounts and SJA discounts including discounts on mobile phone, gym membership, cinema, restaurants, holidays and shopping-including your weekly food shop.Interview Date: 17/05/2022Application Review Date: 25/05/2022We may review applications before the Application Review Date, however, if you apply after the Application Review Date, your application may not be considered. We will accept applications until we have successfully filled the role.
      • greater london, london
      • full-time
      • Boston Consulting Group
      WHAT YOU'LL DONextGen Ways of Working (NGWOW) and NextGen PTO (NGPTO) form jointly a common global priority initiative sponsored by BCG Executive Committee with the goal to maintain our ability to deliver industry leading value creation, to role model for our clients, to provide growth & sustainability to our staff, and to ensure that we can recruit and retain the most talented, diverse people.NGWOW is a about two objectives: delivering client impact in less time AND working in a more sustainable way for our teams and for us.NGPTO is a key enabler of NGWOW, leveraging performance coaching, a range of Teaming Tools and Tecniques (TTT) and an impactful case leadership through the role of the Executing Officer (XO).We have been on a journey to innovate the way we deliver value to our clients and work together as a team for the last 12 months. We have tried and tested new tools and techniques in multiple pilots around the world. We have learned what works and what doesn’t and are continuously learning as we go.We are now launching at scale a performance coaching model for BCG teams, with coaches to be trained in each system to deliver support for all cohorts within a team (including MDPs), in key partnership with Executing Officers (XOs), unlocking effectiveness and individual sustainability & satisfaction by enabling teams to work in a new way.Each Team performance coach will focus and cover 3 key areas:Coach most complex and high priority BCG cases, accelerating adoption of new ways of working for the whole team(s), with great emphasis on enabling effecting leadership by working alongside large MDPs/MD/Directors within each project (Coaching) (40%-50%)Act as global mentor and enabler of system-level coaches (Learning & Development) (25%-30%)Continuously innovate the global NGWOW concept/offering (Concept design) (25%-30%)For 1) you will liaise with the relevant Regional CT people director & Regional NGPTO manager; while for 2) and 3) you will liaise with the NGWOW/NGPTO and L&D teamsYou will perfect and further develop:Your skills as coach & team shaper, innovating the way BCG teams work in their most important case projectsYour leadership and mentorship ability, in developing system-coaches by providing on-the-job mentoring and delivering key learning assets to the coaching community (and potentially also to selected BCG cohorts/systems)Your skills related to value creation, team building, establishment of psychological safety, agile ways of working, digital collaborationYour potential to influence decision makers and key BCG YOU'RE GOOD ATCoaching teams, executives and individuals from different backgrounds and with different skill-setsAdopting and flex a range of coaching styles to fit the needs of the team/counterpartEnabling individuals and groups to apply a wide range of Teaming Tools and Techniques, including but not limited to Psychological safety, Agile, Digital collaboration, and moreYou thrive in a fast-paced, intellectually intense, client-oriented environment where you can innovate and experimentYou are self-motivated and resourceful to find and deliver the best outcomeYou are collaborative and enjoy developing joint solutions with an iterative mindsetYou are able to influence and effectively persuade, working with multiple stakeholders and building on the different points of view YOU BRING (EXPERIENCE & QUALIFICATIONS)A consulting background with at least 2-3 years as team leaderAgile proficiency / experienceTeam management or Executive coaching experienceMinimum 8 years professional experience with increasing levels of responsibilityYOU'LL WORK WITHBCG’s HR team works to attract, develop, excite, deploy, and retain the best people in the market. Those in human resources jobs manage the life cycle of all BCG employees—from hiring top talent and developing their skills to rewarding their contributions and supporting career progression and mobility.
      • london, london
      • full-time
      • THE INSTITUTION OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY
      Digital Resources LibrarianCirca £30,000 per annum, dependent on experienceSavoy Place, London (with hybrid working) What if you could support the IET’s mission to inspire, inform and influence the global engineering community by meeting the information needs of our members?What if you could focus on improving awareness and driving usage of our Virtual Library?What if you were our Digital Resources Librarian? At the IET, making our world a better place starts by creating a better place for our people. At the IET you’ll have more than just a job. Our work is exciting and challenging, connecting the people who solve the problems that matter. It means working with us has real meaning and impact, and you’ll grow – professionally and personally – in ways you never thought possible. We’re also making significant investments in our people, including providing a modern, vibrant workplace and embracing hybrid working What you’ll be doing As the Digital Resources Librarian, you’ll be responsible for managing the Virtual Library. You will also work closely with the small and friendly Library team to answer general enquiries, help manage its Designated collections and help supervise the reading room, which is based in our London venue at Savoy ;You’ll be committed to improving our digital resources and ensuring our members can access the information they need, wherever they are in the world. This role benefits from hybrid working which for us means working from IET London: Savoy Place head office, typically, three days a week. This is to ensure effective in person coverage of member services. What we hope you can bring to the role You’ll be an enthusiastic, customer centric information professional who is interested in the digital future of library services and is open to new ideas. You’ll have knowledge of digital library resources and a Postgraduate LIS qualification or be working towards this. We’d love to get to know you Is Imposter syndrome creeping in? Don’t worry – we’d rather hear from you this time than not hear from you at all! Read on for a little more information about the role; but also, keep in mind that we’re open to discussing flexible ways of working, including reduced hours and working in an agile way, supported by a hybrid working framework that allows you to find the best place to do your best work. Closing date for this role will be 23rd May 2022. However, if we find a suitable candidate to progress with, we will draw the advert to a close. A little more about the role To develop and manage the IET’s Virtual Library, including acquisition, authentication and accessTo work with the Library and Archives Manager on the strategic development of the Virtual LibraryTo drive awareness and usage of digital resourcesTo contribute content to the Library’s web pages and social mediaTo contribute to the provision of all Library reading room servicesTo catalogue print and electronic resources A little more about what we’re looking for Postgraduate LIS qualification, or working towards professional qualificationKnowledge of digital resources and platforms, including licensing, access and authenticationExcellent customer service skillsGood oral and written communication skillsOrganisation, patience and attention to detailDue to the nature of the duties within this role, a Basic Disclosure check will be conducted at the start of employment What if you could be you? The IET is an equal opportunity employer. We celebrate diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all employees. To find out more, head over to our ‘Work for the IET’ site.
      • london, london
      • part-time
      • Peabody
      Peabody are looking for a Swimming Teacher to join their team on a part time (Bank), permanent basis. In return for a competitive salary of £ per hourAbout the Swimming Teacher role:Peabody are looking for an energetic, friendly and motivated individual who likes dealing with people on a daily basis. At Darwin Court, we are a busy swimming pool, with us providing lessons both to 10+ local schools and running our own after school swim academy for children aged 4 onwards.Hours and days of work are varied.What we're looking for in our Swimming Teacher:The successful candidate will be responsible for teaching different ages and abilities and giving feedback to teachers and parents.You will have excellent customer care skills, a willingness to progress and will be confident teaching children.In return, we will offer you a range of benefits which include:Defined contribution schemeGym discounts on fitness, leisure and retail experiencesDiscount on Experience days out, such as Virgin Experience Days, high adrenaline white water rafting to zombie experiences. If that’s not your thing try a cookery course or photography.You can also book short breaks in the UK and Europe, and Superbreak offer 10% off their mini-holidays and theatre breaks. There are even offers on airport parking and hotels.You can get discounts with Merlin Entertainments (up to 50% off at Sea Life, London Dungeon, Legoland, Chessington World of Adventures, the London Eye and more), Go Ape (10% off), Cycle Solutions (up to 15% off bicycles and cycling gear) and Spafinder (12% off massage, facial, yoga and more)If you feel have the skills and experience to become our Swimming Teacher, please click ‘apply’ now! At Peabody, where possible, we provide flexible working opportunities from day one to our employees, as we recognise the importance of a good work-life balance; and to improve our productivity and performance, we embrace agile working, which means if you are in a desk based role, that will be a hybrid of office and home working. If your role is in a client facing environment, an appropriate base location will apply.We encourage applications from all backgrounds, communities, and industries, and are committed to having a team that is made up of diverse skills, experiences and abilities. We actively encourage BAME, LGBTQ+ and disabled applicants and value the positive impact that difference has on our teams. We are committed to equality and diversity within our workforce and all opportunities provided by The Peabody Group.
      • london, london
      • full-time
      • British Dental Association
      Job Title: Instructional/Learning DesignerLocation: Hybrid able to attend our London OfficeSalary: £36,030 per annum, pro rataJob Type: 9-month fixed termClosing date for applications: 12 noon, Monday 16th May 2022About BDA:We are the voice of dentists and dental students in the UK. We bring dentists together, support our members through advice and education, and represent their interests. This is a challenging and dynamic period for dentistry and the BDA is recruiting a Learning Designer to support the effective delivery of BDA Education courses and assessments.About the role:This is a full-time fixed term post initially for nine months and we anticipate a hybrid approach to working location, with home working alongside attendance at our central London office.The post-holder will be responsible for be responsible for the design of effective and engaging e-learning content. They will work closely with internal and external subject matter experts to establish learning goals and requirements, define learning objectives, write storyboards and use rapid development tools to create e-learning resources.About you:The successful candidate will have expert instructional design skills including the ability to write effective copy, instructional text and storyboards and an in-depth knowledge of creating and maintaining online courses using the Articulate Storyline suite of authoring tools. Experience of publishing e-learning content to a Moodle or Totara Learn LMS would also be required as well as good knowledge and experience of using collaborative project planning tools MS Teams, Planner.We are looking for a good team player with excellent written and oral communication skills so that they to convey complex information and communicate with professionals at all levels.The postholder should have an organised and proactive approach, with excellent attention to detail and the ability to work under pressure. The postholder must also have excellent IT skills with Microsoft packages including Word, Excel and Outlook. and experience of using and maintaining databases.About the team:The Instructional/Learning Designer will be an integral part in our small and friendly Education team that develop and manage e-learning courses, online examinations as well as developing short, targeted e-learning activities to support other BDA services and campaigns. Team support is important to us and we thrive best when working together.Benefits include:Generous Pension SchemeFlexible workingHealth Cash PlanAn Employee Assistance ProgrammeHealthy Lifestyle Subsidy25 days annual leave, 4 BDA Days over Christmas and New Year and 8 Bank holiday The BDA is an equal opportunities employer and an Investor in People.If you're interested in the role and would like to put yourself forward, please hit APPLYCandidates with the experience or relevant job titles of; L&D Designer, Designer, Digital Design Specialist, Digital L&D Designer, E-Learning Designer, Digital Designer, Company Training Designer, Training Resource Designer Training Content Designer, L&D Content Designer may also be considered for this role.
      • london, london
      • full-time
      • Sweet Tree
      Training CoordinatorWhen registering to this job board you will be redirected to the online application form. Please ensure that this is completed in full in order that your application can be reviewed.Training Coordinator£24,000 - £25,500 per annumSweetTree Home Care Services are committed to providing exceptional support and care to people, to enable them to remain independent in their ;To ensure that we remain a CQC rated Outstanding organisation, we need to provide outstanding training to all our staff and we are currently recruiting for a full time Training Coordinator, based at our Head Office in Swiss Cottage to continue to help us achieve this.The Training Coordinator is an essential role to the Learning & Development team, key to the administration and coordination of all training across the annual calendar, communicating between employees, managers, facilitators and providers through our learning management system.Key tasks include:Booking facilities, preparing materials, coordinating the attendee lists and distributing qualifications and certificates. This includes all our Pre Employment training for our new starters, mandatory training, specialist training to leadership and management trainingYou will undertake data analysis and reporting by providing accurate timely reporting on all learning programmes Developing and maintaining accurate and easily accessible records and processes for all learning and development activities Engaging with the care team on all aspects of their training needs including CPD logs, policies and procedures, Career Pathways including resolving or supporting the resolution of problems related to the operation of learning and development Assist in the management of the Apprenticeship Levy fund to ensure maximum utilisation Assist the Training Manager to conduct a training needs analysis (TNA) and assist in the design and development of the learning and development strategy across the line of businessResponsibility for the coordination and delivery of a range of projects and regular eventsThe successful Trainign Coordinator will have:Previous experience working in a fast paced, customer focussed environmentDemonstrable experience of data analysis and reportingGood Knowledge of training in the care sector is desirableExcellent communication skills and strong administrative and organisational skillsExperience working within a learning and development / human resources functionExperience of working with learning management systemsProactive and self-motivated, customer focussed with a ‘can do’ attitudeExcellent IT skills, including proficiency in the full Microsoft Office suiteTo apply, please click on the link and our Recruitment Team will be in touch.
      • london, london
      • full-time
      • Webrecruit
      HeadteacherL25 - L31 (£84,119 - £95,216)Start date: September 2022Part of a leading academic group, our client is a secondary school for young people aged 11-19 with complex learning needs, from Severe Learning Difficulties to Profound and Multiple Learning Difficulties, many of whom are also on the Autistic Spectrum, have sensory needs or are physically disabled. They provide a flexible, personalised curriculum and comprehensive support to meet their educational, physical and emotional needs as individuals.Located in a purpose-designed, award-winning building, the school is exceptionally well resourced and set up for the task. Its learning community reflects the rich diversity of the local area and comprises some 70 pupils and 50 staff supported by visiting professionals. Together with parents and carers, they aim to help pupils make the best possible progress and achieve their full potential.Our client is now seeking a new Headteacher to provide professional leadership of the whole school community and be responsible for securing the highest standards in all areas of the school’s work, by managing teaching and learning effectively and through the delivery of personalised curriculums that lead to positive academic, social and personal outcomes for pupils as individuals.You will need to have substantial leadership and senior management experience gained in a special school setting and be committed to the holistic development of pupils with SEN and to school improvement. As well as experience and understanding, your success will rely upon your ability to create and maintain an atmosphere and structure that all stakeholders can invest in - where pupils feel valued and safe, where parents and carers feel supported and included, and where staff feel motivated and inspired to go the extra mile. The challenges are significant but the rewards for all involved are great, not least for the very special young people whose lives you will be transforming.The school is on the road to improvement following special measures and is currently in the process of converting to an academy. This will be discussed further at interview.Further information about the school will be available when you apply.Visits welcomed. To arrange a mutually convenient time please call the school office (organisation detail will be available when you apply).To apply, please select the apply button, download an application pack and form online at TES.Closing date: 12 noon 17th May 2022Shortlisting: 18th May 2022Interviews: Tuesday 24th and Wednesday 25th May 2022Our client is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of their students and they expect applicants to share this commitment. Successful candidates will be asked to apply for an Enhanced Disclosure from the Disclosure & Barring Service.This vacancy is being advertised by Webrecruit. The services advertised by Webrecruit are those of an Employment Agency.
      • holborn, london
      • full-time
      • Hiring People
      Can you inspire people to achieve their career goals? Our client has been for 180 years!The company are a Training Super Brand and to support their continued success and growth, they are looking for a Learning Coach to join their friendly team.They are looking for a highly motivated, passionate, and driven individual with an empathic and diligent personality to work as a Learning Coach at their training centres in Holborn & Croydon, London.They currently have over 250 courses, awards and diplomas which are recognised in the UK, and accredited by Awarding Bodies. Some of their subjects include Microsoft Office, Office and Secretarial, Sage, Accounts and Bookkeeping, Business and Management, IT, Software and Web Development and Graphic Design.Their diplomas and courses are self-paced and designed to give students the flexibility to study at times that suit and fit their lifestyle, either in-centre, online, or a mixture of both.Throughout, they have the support of our clients in-house Learning Coaches for queries, guidance, motivation, and encouragement to help them achieve their goals - and that’s where you would come in!Alongside their commitment to helping students achieve their career aspirations, they also host a wide range of e-assessments in their training centre.Your warm and friendly personality will be key for this role along with a genuine interest in people, personal development, and relationship management. The company pride themselves on their amazing service and outstanding student results.Responsibilities:•As a Learning Coach, you will be accountable for the delivery and support of courses and programmes, and to take responsibility for the day-to-day running of the Training centre.•You are primarily responsible for ensuring that all Pitman Training students are supported, motivated, and encouraged throughout their learning journey, and that exceptional customer service is always provided.•You will work to meet and exceed set targets and KPI’s.•You will report your activities daily, weekly, and monthly to the Operations Manager. And take part in meetings with the team.•Providing a first point of contact to students throughout the student journey, for all queries in relation to their studies, ensuring resolution.•Responsible for student welfare, developing rapport, celebrating student’s success.•Motivating and encouraging students to help them reach their career and training goals.•Monitor student progression, and where students face learning barriers, conduct discussions to aid completion.•General Administration and record keeping, ensuring high levels of accuracy.•Co-ordinating, administrating and invigilating high stake examinations.•Attaining specific performance KPIs to ensure the highest standards and performance.•Assisting with the continued generation of content for social media platforms.•Sharing in the responsibility and management of the day to day running of the training centre.•Undertaking any other duties reasonably requested in the delivery of the companies’ objectives.Skills and Experience:•Proficient in Microsoft Office suite essential•Bonus if you have any accounting/medical or legal knowledge•Passionate about helping others•Experience in administration, customer-focused environment, or another related role•Excellent problem-solving skills, with the ability to use initiative•Self- motivated and willing to learn new skills•Good communication and interpersonal skills•Excellent attention to detail with a high level of accuracy•Highly organised, with the ability to prioritise workload, and a proven ability to work with little supervision•An experienced and enthusiastic team player, able to provide comprehensive support for the wider team to achieve their goals•Pitman Training Diploma or relevant qualification (desirable but not essential)Whilst these skills are important, it is personality and attitude that is key for this role, and you will need to have a genuine interest in people and their professional development journey.Salary and Benefits:•Basic salary plus bonus scheme in operation.•25 days annual leave plus bank holidays•Opportunity and encouragement to qualify on our nationally recognised courses and diplomas at any time, fees paid on your behalf.Hours of work:•This may include some evenings until 8 pm and one Saturday per month.•This position can be a full time or a Part-time in-Centre role to suit a candidate.How to Apply:If you are interested in this position and would like to learn more then our client would love to hear from ; Please attach an up to date copy of your CV to the link provided and they will be in direct contact.Good luck!
      • london, london
      • full-time
      • Elliot Marsh Head Hunting Partners
      Our client has an exciting opportunity for a Customer Training Manager - Learning Management System Provider (SaaS) to join the team.Location: Leeds or London Office with Hybrid Working (Anticipated Office based 2-3 days per week)Salary: £45,000 Basic + Additional PackageAbout The Company:Our client is a growing provider of LMS to a range of clients across public and private sector, operating across the UK. The business has recently had some significant wins with some notable brands and is now looking to bring on board a Customer Training Manager to help drive knowledge uptake, customer efficiencies and satisfaction. The business' Head Office is in Manchester with satellite offices in Leeds, London and Glasgow. The business has doubled it's turnover (now stands at £5M) over in the last 24 months and is primed to experience further growth after a recent wins with a series of new clients.Customer Training Manager - The Role:As Customer Training Manager you will be responsible for increasing knowledge and awareness of "how” the LMS works, its functionality and how the customer can "get the best out of the service”. As such, you will be responsible for the roadmap, design and production of all required training materials. You will design and run webinars, lead on the introduction of a "certified user” programme - ultimately this role has been created in order to fill in customer knowledge gaps, build confidence and drive customer advocacy of the products and services delivered by this organisation. Customer Training Manager - Key Responsibilities:- Drive knowledge uptake of existing customer organisations through the delivery of training programmes across various forms of media- Liaise with internal and external stakeholders to understand training/project requirements and timescales- Design, develop and deliver a customer based "user certification” programmeMonitor feedback and reporting relating to feedback on training programmes (and as a step further product feedback - functionality/usability etc.)Customer Training Manager - You:- You must have prior experience of designing and delivering training programme for external use (ideally in a SaaS or technical environment)- Have an ability to communicate effectively with multiple stakeholders- Have experience of delivering online and offline trainingCustomer Training Manager - Benefits:- 25 days holiday plus Bank Holidays- Life Assurance- Company Profit related bonus- Pension- Additional Employee benefits- Ride to work schemeTo submit your CV for this exciting Customer Training Manager opportunity, please click 'Apply' now!
      • harrow, london
      • per_diem
      • KIDS CAN ACHIEVE
      Are you interested in working with children with learning disabilities?We are recruiting for Summer 2022!Are you a student, a teaching assistant or are you simply looking for a new challenge?Are you looking for sessional, flexible work that can fit around your commitments?Are you looking for work during school holidays or weekends?If so - this could be a great opportunity for you to help us provide safe, fun activities for children with learning and physical disabilities, Autism and other ; We are recruiting staff with a range of skills including those who may be new to this role. We provide Saturday, Sunday and Holiday activities throughout the year and also a range of term time activities.We are looking for people who are:FlexibleEnthusiasticResilientNon judgmentalAble to communicate with childrenAble to work as part of a teamAs a special needs play worker you will help children with learning disabilities to enhance their life opportunities by providing play activities that are child led and include storytelling, dance, drama, music, cooking, arts and crafts, sports, group games, messy play.You need to be available to work on an as and when basis depending on your availability and the needs of the service.In return we will offer you training, support and an opportunity to make a real difference to the lives of ;What does the job involve?Depending on each child’s needs, you will provide activities which aim to support them with:Understanding the world.Expressing themselves .Developing their emotional and social skills.Developing independent skills.Physical activities.The support you give, could include helping children with:Communicating their wishes.Eating.Supporting positive behaviour.Personal care.Health needs.How will you deliver this support?You will work in our centre, the community or the family home.All staff at KCA promote the vision, aims, policies and procedures and follow KCA’s child protection and safeguarding procedures.You will ensure every child’s individual needs are met. Safeguarding children will be your priority. You will Speak Up against practices that don’t support safeguarding or Our Core Values.You will set and maintain the highest standards for children. Embrace and promote our high standards in every part of your role. Take pride in your delivery of activities, observation and assessment procedure. Be a key player to ensure KCA receives excellent outcomes in internal audits and those of external agencies such as Ofsted or the local authority.You will create an environment that is clean and welcoming, with well-kept play resources.Ensure that service users observations are detailed, reflective and provide challenging next steps. Ensure you encourage and praise service users’ development and achievements.You will have responsibility for your safety and others. You should take action to remove potential hazards, (mopping spills, reporting damage) and all incidents and accidents are reported.You will support children to play and access a range of fun and enjoyable experiences which help them to develop to their full potential as individuals.Selection Process Information:Please include as much relevant detail in your application to demonstrate how you fulfil the requirements of our job role, as outlined above and in the Job Description. Experience can be from previous employment, education, training, volunteering etc.You must submit your application by Monday 2 May ;Need more Information?For more information please visit Supporting children with learning disabilities and their families in Harrow > Kids Can AchieveAbout Kids Can AchieveWe are a charity with 20 years of experience in supporting children with learning disabilities.Working with KCA means that every day will be different and you will be part of a team who is committed to help children with learning disabilities achieve their full ; KCA is committed to having a diverse and inclusive workforce of staff and we welcome applications from all groups.KCA is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children. Background checks and an enhanced DBS will be required. You need to be 18 and over to apply.
      • london, london
      • full-time
      • Salt
      Head of Social Media EducationLondon£60K-£80K Salt has partnered with a progressive business that is revolutionizing the education sector across the globe. My client offers a fresh and contemporary approach to education and requires a Head of Social to help them achieve their innovative and forward thinking goals.You will be tasked with driving the organic social and content campaigns across multiple regions globally. This role requires global experience, along with team management and a background within a progressive brand.The Role: ·Build and develop a centre of excellence for all social media content across the globe for 70+ schools.·Understand the requirements for each location and school to ensure the social strategy aligns and supports on a holistic level.·Lead a team of 4 localized social media managers ensuring content aligns across all channels·Recommend and implement social listening and analytical tools·Set best practices and KPI's for team to track progress and effectiveness of output·Work with wider marketing team to create long term strategy and goals·Identify potential revenue opportunities·Continuously find ways to improve upon social strategy identifying gaps in business and creating ways to develop·Social campaign management: optimize deliverables to ensure the best ROI·Use social analytical tools to report on campaigns and evaluate effectiveness·Build relationships with relevant brand partners and influencers to build brand awareness.The Person: ·Expert knowledge of both organic and paid social media·Proven ability to grow awareness and engagement on social media·Expert in social strategy building·Overseeing all paid and organic social activities·Team management skillsApply to find out more about this career defining role!
      • stanmore, london
      • full-time
      • Blue Butterfly Montessori
      Job Title: Early Years Educator / Practitioner (Level 2 and 3)Location: Stanmore, LondonSalary: Up to £24,000 per year (Experience Dependent)Job type: Permanent, Full time.The Role:Blue Butterfly Montessori first opened their doors in the heart of Pinner in 2012. We have recently opened a new branch located in Stanmore as of January 2021 and are currently recruiting for both!We are looking for outstanding Early Years Educators to maintain and uphold our outstanding rating, where we proudly hold a high calibre of staff, in order to provide the highest quality of care for the children and their families we work in close partnership with.We are currently looking to fill the role in both our Pinner and Stanmore branches; if you're passionate about care and well-being and would like to work for a company that respects value, we would love to hear from you!Key Responsibilities and Duties:Work as a team with other staff members.Work in partnership with parents/carers and other family members.Adhere to all Health and Safety policies and procedures.Provide high standards of quality within the nursery including the environment, resources and experiences offered to children.Ensure that children are kept safe and that staff understand, and when necessary follow, Safeguarding Procedures.Observe, support and extend children's learning.Required Skills/Qualifications:Hold relevant childcare qualifications (Level 2/Level 3).Understanding of the Early Years Foundation Stage.Previous experience of caring for children under 5.Knowledge and understanding of safeguarding and child protection.A team player.Good communication skills.Passion to deliver high quality exciting learning opportunities.Benefits:Optional work week of 4 days covering 37 hours.A generous salary, with constant reviews and growth in place.Excellent promotion opportunities.Overtime work paid at time and a quarter.'Employee of the Term' award, who your colleagues vote for to receive a £500 bonus.Referral bonus scheme of £500.Excellent in-house training.Generous annual leave entitlement.Free uniform.A reward for 100% attendance and punctuality.Birthday off!One additional holiday leave added for each year of service.Amazing well-being benefits and training.Onsite parking and local transport links.Brilliant team culture, parties and celebrations!Excellent Pension Scheme.An open-door policy as we are strong believers of transparency amongst staff.Sick Pay.One staff training day.Please click on the APPLY button to send your CV and Cover Letter for this role.Candidates with the experience or relevant job titles of; Nursery Officer, Nursery Nurse, Child Carer, Nursery Manager, Senior Nursery Nurse, Childcare, Child, Nurse, Nursery Assistant, Childcare, Nursery Assistant, Nursery, Pre-School Childcare, Childcare Assistant, Nursery Worker, Early Years, Educator, Childcare, Level 3, Children, Baby, Babies, Nursery, EYFS, Nursery Practitioner, Nursery Nurse, Early Years Teacher, Reggio Emilia, Montessori, will also be considered for this role.
      • london, london
      • full-time
      • Outward Housing
      Role: Learning & Development OfficerContract: Fixed Full TimeHours: 38 hours per weekSalary: £31,100 per annumLocation: Head Officer, London N17 9FEAbout OutwardOutward is a vibrant and innovative charity that provides support to adults with learning disabilities and people on the autistic spectrum. We also support older people and young care leavers. We have a thriving housing department which manages the housing provision working primarily with Newlon Housing Trust. Our footprint stretches across North and North East London; encompassing 9 London Boroughs. We employ 400 plus staff to work to promote the wellbeing and independence of all those we support.COVID and lockdowns saw a change in the way we recruited, inducted and trained staff. We moved from predominantly classroom-based teaching to online provision. This brought new opportunities and improved digital skill-sets- it also highlighted what we miss in face to face interaction.We are looking for an experienced Learning & Development Lead who can look at our existing training offer, evaluate what we need going forward and create a training programme fit for the future. Our ethos is about supporting people to make the most of their training opportunities by measuring the impact that that training has on improving the lives of the people we supportAre you passionate about staff and their learning needs? If you want to make a difference in the lives of the people we support we would like to hear from you.The RoleThe main focus of the role is to work alongside the HR and Care & Support team, to develop, and implement a refreshed training programme - that is stimulating, professional and contributes to the value we place on staff. This in turn will ensure our services are delivered to the highest standard of quality and meet with regulatory standards.We are currently particularly interested in improving our offer to new, aspiring and long term managers.We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of adults at risk and expect all staff to share this commitment. If the post you apply for involves working with or having access to adults at risk and/or their records, we will require an Enhanced Disclosure from the Disclosure and Barring Services.Key tasks & Responsibilities* To work with the HR Director, HR Manager, and the HR team in reviewing, developing and implementing Outward's Learning and Development strategy.* Develop L&D plan in line with the corporate objectives * Produce reports as needed* Deliver organisational continuous improvement as evidenced by data* Support managers and staff with learning activities* Ensuring that the compliance programs for Outward are metPlease refer to the job description for full details of what the role entailsEmployee BenefitsWe value everything our staff do for the people we support, so we provide a great benefits package:* 25 days Annual Leave excluding Bank Holidays (pro-rata for part-time)* Comprehensive Learning & Development Programme* Computing Scheme * Credit Union Scheme* Cycle-to-Work Scheme* Death in Service Benefit* Health Assured - Employee Assistance Programme* Eyecare Vouchers* Flu Jab Reimbursement* Long Service Awards* Pension Scheme* Purchase Additional Annual Leave* Refer-a-Friend Scheme* Retirements* Loans (including season tickets and parking permit loans)* Blue Light CardClosing Date for all applications is 9 am 23rd May 2022Interviews will be held week beginning 30th May 2022Outward is committed to equality and diversity and welcomes applications from all sections of the community.
      • london, london
      • full-time
      We are looking for child practitioners that can join our fun and dynamic team at Orchard House Nursery in the Blackeath/Charlton area. No experience is required as we can provide full training and qualifications but we do need someone who is reliable, punctual and loves being around children. Please email call to arrange an interview.
      • london, london
      • full-time
      • Boston Consulting Group
      WHAT YOU'LL DOLead the creation, development and management of the global Financial Wellness platform which will benefit the Managing Directors and Partners (MDPs) who are the owners of BCGLead RFP process and work directly with Program Directors and local leadership to identify qualified vendors for BCG to consider in each or across geographiesWork with Program Directors in each geography to support MDP communication, engagement and develop a deeper understanding of the financial wellness needs and desiresDevelop and shape internal communication materials to leverage during MDP and advisor discussions which share framework, services provided, cost and actions needed to engageLead MDP communications at MDP meetings, analyst call forums and individual one-on-one discussionsPerform the relationship manager role with each financial services firm BCG engages with until such time there is sufficient scale at which time a transition will occur to the program directorDevelop a financial wellness microsite platform that houses are all relevant information MDPs would need to access in order to help make an informed participation decisionDevelop quarterly information sharing sessions for MDPs with financial wellness managers to provide educational opportunities, share information about current topics, trends and areas of focusLead the negotiation of the MDP cost model with support from the Program Director team, local leadership and BCG’s PSG MDPsWork with the PSG Ops team to ensure any accounting or MDP costs are appropriately accounted for on the local books or through local payrollYOU'RE GOOD ATWorking independently and as a part of the team to solve problemsHave positive attitude and able to work in high stress high pace environment. Individual would have high level of initiative, self-motivation and collaborationStrong communication skillsThinking critically and continuously reevaluate the exiting processCreating ways to automate processes and learning new digital toolsImplementing and enforcing best practices by using digital toolsYOU BRING (EXPERIENCE & QUALIFICATIONS)We are interested in people who are ready to become part of a highly engaged and diverse team.RequiredComfortable in a dynamic, inclusive, and diverse team with the ability to adapt your work style to different team members from other locations and develop meaningful relationships with strength of character.Willing to help the PSG Senior Director to make a real difference to our primary stakeholders, grow our platform, and with the ambition to deliver above and beyond expectations.Executive presence and business development skillsBachelor's Degree in Accounting, Finance, or related fieldExperience in the banking or financial services industries, with particular emphasis on client support and product developmentExcellent interpersonal and communication skills, both written and verbalAnalytical thinker and problem solver with attention to detailsAbility to work under pressure and balance multiple prioritiesAble to operate as an independent thinker, self-starterIndividual would have high level of initiative, self-motivation and collaborationA proactive nature in developing and improving processes, identifying opportunities for efficiencyYOU'LL WORK WITHYou will be part of the PSG team working with PSG MDPs, Program Directors and the Operations team. The model is a dynamic, multi-faceted system designed and customized as needed to support a growing, diverse global partnership. Beyond managing the model, the group plays an integral part in the development and evaluation process as well as the worldwide finance functions. ADDITIONAL INFORMATIONCandidates should be aware that BCG currently maintains a policy requiring all US & Canada based employees to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19. Newly hired employees must be fully vaccinated prior to their employment start date. BCG is an equal opportunity employer and will provide a reasonable accommodation to those unable to be vaccinated for medical or religious reasons where it is not an undue hardship to the company to do so as provided under applicable federal, state, provincial and local law.
      • london, london
      • full-time
      • RecruitmentRevolution.com
      Do you want to build an exceptional career in leadership development?Do you want to join a successful and well established training consultancy, with an enviable reputation and impressive client list?Do you have at least 5 years’ people management experience?Do you have an engaging personality that people warm too?If so, we’d love to have a chat…Role Info:Leadership / Management TrainerLondonStarting package £42,000 - £52,000 + up to 20% bonusPlus benefits and career progression opportunitiesFull Training ProvidedSkills required: Experience in training is not essential, however you will need credible management experience, exceptional people skills, education to degree level, immaculate appearance and a compelling presentation styleProduct / Service: Executive Coaching, Training Courses, Business ConsultancyClients include: Rolls Royce, Ford, AstraZeneca, Bupa, Yell, Royal Mail, DHL, The Bank for International Settlements, Veolia, The Open University, The University of Sunderland, British Airways, Pfizer and more.About Us:We change businesses, accelerate performance and transform people. Through high powered training, experienced business consultancy, highly skilled facilitation, compelling conferences, personal and leadership development and results focused team building we make a sustainable and measurable difference to businesses from leading blue-chip organisations to smaller rapidly expanding, fast-scaling businesses.The Management Trainer Role:You will specialise in running inspirational management programmes, sales courses and personal development training for leading blue-chip organisations like Pfizer, Rolls Royce, Bupa, AstraZeneca and Royal Mail, as well as for smaller rapidly expanding, fast-scaling businesses. You will be instrumental in transforming their performance.This is a career opportunity - a permanent position as a new member of the Training and Facilitation team. You will start by delivering group training to first and second line managers, then with increasing experience you will move up to designing and delivering training projects to more senior leaders, until you ultimately progress to developing directors, managing corporate change programmes and leading your own development projects as a Senior Development Consultant.The training you will receive will be excellent and comprehensive, ensuring that you become highly accomplished at group delivery, conference speaking, facilitation and finally executive coaching and corporate change consultancy. But it all starts with becoming an excellent world class management and leadership trainer.And for that, you need to be an exceptional candidate - maybe someone who never planned to move into training and development, but has great EQ and presentation skills.About You:You will need a high level of fluency in communication (both spoken and written), an easy reassuring way with people and evidence of a burning ambition - you don’t have to have run a marathon - but it would help! You need to look smart, be smart and learn quickly. A positive, solution focused approach is a must - as is setting yourself high targets of personal accomplishment.You must be based in London and although our offices are in West London be prepared to travel throughout the UK as our clients are nationwide.You will be joining a tight and highly enthusiastic team, in a successful well established business. Contributing factors to their success include their emphasis on quality of service, attention to detail and professionalism with a touch of humour - and results.Interested? Apply here for a fast-track path to the Hiring Manager.You may have worked in the following capacities: Management Trainer, Commercial Manager, Business Manager, Business Director, Corporate Coaching, Blue Chip Training.Application We take your privacy seriously. When you apply, we shall process your details and pass your application to our client for review for this vacancy only. As you might expect you may be contacted by email, text or telephone. Your data is processed on the basis of our legitimate interests in fulfilling the recruitment process. Please refer to our Data Privacy Policy & Notice on our website for further details.If you have any pre-application questions please contact us first quoting the job title & ref. Good luck, Team RR.
      • greater london, london
      • full-time
      • Boston Consulting Group
      WHAT YOU'LL DOAs the IT Senior Learning & Development Manager, you will be responsible for managing the overall implementation, operation, and continuous improvement of the ITS training curriculum.The purpose of this new role is to improve the value, productivity and satisfaction of IT Service (ITS) staff, by ensuring they have the right skills and capabilities to execute their existing role effectively and efficiently, whilst ensuring they also have a clear short-term and long-term development plan which is aligned with the overall ITS learning curriculum. This enhanced ITS capability will also enable the business, improving productivity and satisfaction overall.In this new position, you will design, develop and implement a new global training curriculum which will consist of core/flagship learnings (essential skills), learning journeys (practical learning work-flows for common ITS playbook processes), shared learning (peer-to-peer training) and individual training. The curriculum will also operate in partnership with the overall BCG Global L&D service offering.The role will involve creating the curriculum framework, content curation / enabling content creation through the use of subject-matter expertise, marketing, communication, training coordination and reporting.As a member of the Learning & Development CoE, you will lead a small team of CoE members and report directly to the ITS Transformation Director.YOU'RE GOOD ATDesign and implement the new global learning curriculum for ITS (project-based activity)Continuously improve the ITS L&D service offering, contributing to the employee value proposition for ITS staffOrganise, communicate, execute, and report ITS training programs, including:Flagship learningITS learning journeysShared learning (peer-to-peer)Individual learningCreate and encourage a learning culture in ITS, where staff actively participate in training activities and self-improvement is recognised (both internally and externally formal certification)Leverage ITS subject-matter expertise to improve the overall (specialist) ITS support service offeringCreate and implement change strategies and plans that maximize employee adoption and minimize resistance. Cooperate with project teams and managers involved in the changeIdentify risks for resistance as well as the development of plans to address those risksSupport and manage the necessary communication activities related to changeAppraise, select, define and implement a learning tool platform which will enable the ITS global L&D curriculum, providing access to online training content for all ITS staff. YOU BRING (EXPERIENCE & QUALIFICATIONS)Education or equivalent, preferably in computer science, IT or another technical subject areaExperience / Knowledge3-5 years of L&D or IT service management experienceA solid understanding of the different ways people learn and adopt/adapt to changeExperience and strong knowledge of learning principles, methodologies, and toolsProven ability to solve problems creativelyExperience implementing learning programs within large (multi-national) companiesExperience of managing small teams (including matrix management for shared resource)Experience of managing learning programs across cultures and having good operational knowledge in the IT services spaceKey competenciesAbility to effectively lead and work with teams assembled from disparate locations and work virtually to achieve goalsAbility to clearly articulate messages to a variety of audiencesAbility to establish and maintain strong and effective working relationshipsAbility to influence others and move toward a common vision or goalAcute business acumen and understanding of organizational issues and challengesOrganized with a penchant for planning strategy and tacticsSolid communication skills, both written and verbalForward looking with a holistic approachPlanningProcess ImprovementChange ControlYOU'LL WORK WITHBCG’s information technology group collaboratively delivers the latest digital technologies that enable our consultants to lead and our business to grow. For our IT jobs, we seek individuals with expertise in the areas of IT infrastructure, application development, business systems, collaborative and social technologies, information security, and project leadership.
      • islington, london
      • full-time
      • Nordic Star Nurseries
      Job Title: Level 3 Nursery NurseLocation: Islington, North LondonSalary: Up to £23,000 per year (Experience Dependent)Job type: Permanent, Full time.The Role:We are looking for a Nursery Nurse to join our FANTASTIC brand-new Flag ship nursery in Islington, North London. The position will entail ensuring high standards of physical, emotional, social and intellectual care for children in the nursery. To support and motivate other personnel, implement the daily routine in their room and follow the nursery policies and procedures at all times.You will support your room leader with the day to day running of the routine, while upholding all policies and procedures. To ensure that the setting is providing outstanding learning outcomes for all children who attend through inspirational activities and by having clear and robust methods of communication with all staff.Required Skills/Qualifications:Level 3 NVQ.Key Responsibilities and Duties:To complete observation on all children and focusing particularly on their key children.To deliver FinlandWayÒ curriculum and follow period overviewsTo support children's development and plan and carry out activities based on their interests and areas requiring improvement, following our education programmeTo keep their key children's learning journeys up-to-date and strong communication links with their parents.To make sure that the provision has an outstanding environment meeting the needs of all children from differing cultures, religious backgrounds and stages of development.To ensure that children experience a happy, safe and secure environment at all times.To ensure poorly children are comfortable and looked after.To wash and change children as necessary.To liaise with parents and other family members and share their child's learning with them.To ensure confidentiality of information received.To follow the nursery policies and procedures at all times and uphold the nursery standards at all times.To record any incidents and accidents following the correct policies and procedures.To report any signs of illness, injury or accident injury to management team.To ensure good standards of hygiene and cleanliness are maintained at all times and be responsible for the health and safety standards.To undertake certain domestic jobs within the nursery such as washing, laundry, meal and snack preparation and other duties from time to time by the management team.To support all staff and engage in a good team.To take part in all out of hours activities such as training, staff meetings, summer fairs, Christmas party ect.To be flexible within working practices of the nursery and be prepared to help where needed, especially in other rooms.To undertake any other duties as specified by a senior member of staff.Benefits:Annual Salary Reviews for all staff with a commitment to increase wages in line with cost of living.All staff paid a starting salary of London Living Wage.30 days annual leave (inclusive of bank holidays).7 days sick pay.5 days paid compassionate/ bereavement leave.5 days paid dependant leave.AXA Healthcare for all staff.Bonuses for the entire staff team.3 full days a week free childcare in one of our Nordic Star Nurseries.Enhanced Maternity, Paternity, Adoption and Shared Parental leave.Access to travel interest free Loans and support to purchase a bike for commuting.Time of Need Loan (TNL) for staff to access if a situation arises employees can submit a confidential application to request a loan of up to £850 to provide support through difficult times.Pension scheme of 3% employer contribution and 5% employee contribution.Refer a friend bonus of £500 once they have passed their probation.Commitment to provide financial support for further education and continuing professional development with bespoke career development plans for each employee. £5,000 education and CPD fund per site per year.Lunch provided daily for all staff.Staff meetings and annual training week held within working hours.Annual training session for senior staff in Helsinki at FinlandWay® HQ.Bi-annual staff events and awards ceremony for employees and their families.Please click on the APPLY button to send your CV and Cover Letter for this role.Candidates with the experience or relevant job titles of; Nursery Officer, Nursery Nurse, Child Carer, Nursery Manager, Senior Nursery Nurse, Childcare, Child, Nurse, Childcare, Nursery Assistant, Nursery, Pre-School Childcare, Childcare Assistant, Nursery Worker, Early Years, Educator, Childcare, Level 3, Children, Baby, Babies, EYFS, Early Years Teacher, Nursery Practitioner, Nursery Educator, Nursery Teacher, Early Years Educator, Early Years Teacher will also be considered for this role.
      • woodford green, london
      • per_diem
      • E L H A P
      We need Playworkers on Saturdays and School Holidays!Work With Us! We are on the search for passionate and enthusiastic playworkers to join the wonderful staff team at ELHAP! As a playworker, you can expect to play all day and ensure that our children and young with very diverse care and support needs have the best possible day! Where else can you get paid to play all day with some of the most incredible and inspiring children you’ll ever meet? About us ELHAP is one of only eight adventure playgrounds for disabled children and young people. For over 40 years we have provided fantastic adventure play opportunities to many thousands of disabled children from across North East London and Essex. We are a truly unique and magical setting! FREE Training! We offer lots of free training courses from Play Skills to Medication Administration to Behaviour Management.This helps you feel supported and confident whilst helping to deliver the awesome (and messy) activities that we provide!Play workers will always be supported by experienced team leaders Your Commitment! We are really flexible! Work when it works for you! We need staff on:Fortnightly Saturdays in term-timeMonday to Fridays in school holidaysClosing Date: 5:00pm on Monday 4th July 2022 This post is exempt from the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974; the successful applicants will be expected to undertake satisfactory CRB enhanced disclosures. ELHAP is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff to share this commitment. ELHAP Charity Registration No: . ELHAP is an equal opportunities employer.
      • camden town, london
      • full-time
      • Single Homeless Project
      Employment, Training and Education Worker -Homelessness£26,246 - £28,193paCamden, London per weekAre you highly organised, proactive and adept at developing and maintaining relationships with clients and external stakeholders? If the answer is yes, then this could be the role for you.Single Homeless Project is a London-wide charity. Our vision is of a society where everyone has a place to call home and the chance to live a fulfilling ;We help single Londoners by preventing homelessness, providing support and accommodation, promoting wellbeing, enhancing opportunity, and being a voice for ;From supporting people in crisis to helping people take the final steps towards independence and employment, we make a difference to 10,000 lives every year across all 32 boroughs.Our Employment, Training and Education (ETE) programme in our Camden accommodation services provides a much-needed service, particularly for clients committed to moving away from homelessness and social exclusion and into a meaningful future including increased independence and self-confidence.As the Employment, Training and Education (ETE) worker, you will hold a caseload of clients who have experienced multiple disadvantages, and who may be facing barriers when working towards social inclusion; which with the appropriate support and guidance can be overcome.You will support clients, through the use of both one-to-one and group sessions, leading towards education and training activities that will help maximise their access to ; You will also work in building and maintaining effective working relationships with external stakeholders including the DWP, training providers and employers.The ideal candidate will have a good understanding of working with vulnerable adults who have either experienced homelessness or multiple disadvantages and the trauma that could be associated with these experiences. You will also be able to demonstrate experience of providing ETE support, ( , exploring education, training, volunteering or employment goals with people and working with them to develop a personal plan) guidance and advice to socially excluded groups and an ability to assess an individual’s needs in order to develop personalised action plans.Closing date: 29th May 2022 (at Midnight)Interviews to be held: w/c 6th June 2022This post will require an Enhanced DBS check to be processed for the successful applicant.Our attractive benefits package includes:A salary increase after successfully completing six months.A hour working week including flexible working hours (core hours are 10am – 4pm) in non-accommodation services25 days annual leave, increasing annually to the maximum 30 days (plus paid Bank Holidays),A contributory pension scheme: Single Homeless Project will contribute the equivalent of 5% of your annual salaryStaff Health Cash Plan and discounts schemeComprehensive and integrated training programme designed specifically to develop the skills and knowledge involved in our workSingle Homeless Project is actively committed to equal opportunities and the promotion of diversity and inclusion, in all of our services and ; We are also Disability Confident Committed and are IIP Silver ;
      • greater london, london
      • full-time
      • Boston Consulting Group
      WHAT YOU'LL DOBCG's mission is to inspire the very best people with unparalleled opportunities for professional and personal growth. Accordingly, our people development processes are a key differentiating success factor and core to BCG’s continuing success. At the Managing Director and Partner (MDP) level, the learning and development experience is delivered through a combination of core regional programs, on-demand workshops and increasingly, complementary individual coaching.What You'll Do: The MDP Learning and Development Senior Coordinator will have a key role in ensuring operational effectiveness of the MDP learning journey and in supporting various projects in MDP L&D. A second part of the role is supporting and coordinating coaching activities in EMESA and coaching activities related to other programs. You will • Work closely with our 3 regional L&D teams and the L&D Manager to globally drive operational effectiveness and to enable constant development of the newly launched learning journey.• Support in managing the faculty: ensure timely briefing sessions and access to relevant training material• Drive various projects forward and help implement operational and strategic priorities as part of the global MDP L&D team • Work closely with the EMESA coaching manager in fulfilling individual coaching requests, improve tracking and support the ODC (Officer Career Development Committee) team in the region.• Help to coordinate coaching activities related to our learning programs• Feel comfortable working with different internal (MDPs, Senior Advisors, ODC, design team…) and external stakeholders ( training vendors, facilitators, coaches) to set up great learning experiences.• Support on analysis and reporting• Need to understand BCG’s strategy, business and learner’s needs and use those data points to implement our L&D activities as our business evolves. YOU'RE GOOD AT• You thrive working in a virtual and collaborative team environment, displaying a high level of enthusiasm and drive to get things done • Keeping an open mind, positively embracing change and comfortable trying out new things is attractive for you.• Acting as thought partner and trusted person to those you work with, whether it’s leaders or colleagues who seek advice or ideas.• Prioritize customer service in all aspects of your work• Build effective relationships across functions, geographies and staff levels• Being well organized and efficient, working independently• Perform effectively under pressure and in changing situations with poise, tact and patience• Utilize technology to maximize efficiency and effectiveness on all projects• Use initiative and think on your feet• A basic understanding and interest in coaching will be appreciatedYOU BRING (EXPERIENCE & QUALIFICATIONS)• Completed academic degree• 5+ years of relevant work experience; professional services and/or HR-talent management is desirable • A passion and interest in Learning & Development• Highly-developed organization and time management skills • Meticulous attention to detail and accuracy• Ability to operate independently as well as having the ability to work in a team• Strong written and verbal communication skills in English• Ability to multi-task and manage competing priorities in a fast-paced environment• Proficiency in Microsoft Office, particularly PowerPoint, Excel, Outlook and OneNote• Experience with collaboration tools (Trello, Slack, etc.)• Flexibility for occasional, predicted business travel (YOU'LL WORK WITHBCG's mission is to inspire the very best people with unparalleled opportunities for professional and personal growth. The learning and development experience is essential to delivering on our promise, and we are proud of the consistently high marks we receive for our offering. This role is part of the global MDP Learning & Development team, which designs, develops and delivers learning programs to BCG’s senior leadership globally. ~15 team members are located in several countries across all BCG regions. You will establish strong relationships across our people functions and beyond to successfully learn, educate and influence others.
      • north west london, london
      • full-time
      • Options for Recruitment Limited
      Early Years Trainer / Assessor Middlesex to £28,000 + bonus + bensAre you a qualified Early Years Assessor / Trainer or working in Early Years with EYFS experience and looking to change career direction? If so, then this could be your opportunityThe RoleAs Early Years Trainer / Assessor you will be visiting individuals in their work place using your vocational experience and knowledge to teach and support learners achieve their apprenticeship. Your responsibilities will include:monitoring / reviewing learner issues on a regular basisdelivering balanced KPIs / complying with Ofsted guidelinesmaintaining relationships with learners / clients / business support teamsThe CompanyOur Bristol based client is one of the top performing and fastest growing training companies in the UK. With their success built upon tailored solutions to meet the specific needs of employers and employees, they serve a rapidly expanding customer base across the following sectors: Public Sector; Hospitality & Catering; Leadership & Management; Business, Commerce & Retail; Childcare & Teaching; Data & Project Management; Logistics; Active Leisure; HR, & Learning & Development; and Health & Social Care.On offer is 25 days paid holiday plus bank holidays, company pension scheme, life assurance, staff incentives etc.The PersonAs Early Years Trainer / Assessor, you will have Level 3 childcare Qualification and relevant / recent vocational experience in a childcare setting. An assessing / teaching qualification would be advantageous. With experience of the Early Years curriculum framework (EYFS), and of operating within WBL / education / CYP environment you will also have:strong communication / self-motivation skillsa passion for training, motivating, working with othershigh energy, enthusiasm and flexibilityability to work under pressure and to tight deadlinesThis role is home and field-based and requires your own transport to travel within your region.An opportunity to train the next generation of Early Years professionals. As a top training provider, the company is keen to develop your potential and career - interested?If you wish to be considered for the role, please forward your CV quoting reference .WE REGRET WE CAN ONLY ACCEPT APPLICATIONS FROM PERSONS AUTHORISED TO WORK WITHIN THE UKApplications are invited with experience in: apprenticeship assessor trainer WBL early years curriculum education teacher childcare EYFS jobs CYP teach training
      • london, london
      • full-time
      • Webrecruit
      Lecturer in English LondonAre you an English or Maths NQT searching for your first teaching job? Or perhaps you currently teach English and Maths and would like to build a career within the FE sector? Our client delivers further and higher education across London. They want to recruit talented and committed English and Maths tutors to start in September. They are keen to meet newly qualified teachers and experienced teachers who can deliver Stand Out lessons and who share their commitment to engaging students and working with them to achieve their potential. They are also looking for graduates who are interested in pursuing a teaching career, and are willing to undertake a teaching qualification, as part of their employment with our client, they will provide support and mentoring during training.If this sounds like you, then come along to our client’s English and Maths Teacher Recruitment Event to find out about their teaching vacancies and the benefits that they can offer you, which include:- A pioneering, compressed 4-day working week - The option to tailor working patterns to suit you and your needs - Permanent, full-time and part-time positions starting in September - A support programme for Newly Qualified English and Maths teachers Interested? Please select the apply button to book your place. This vacancy is being advertised by Webrecruit. The services advertised by Webrecruit are those of an Employment Agency.
      • sw2 2ns, london
      • full-time
      • High Trees
      Employment and Careers Trainee AdvisorSalary: £23,000 rising to £24,000 with yearly increments thereafterHours: Full-time (35 hours per week)High Trees are recruiting a Trainee Employment Advisor who will receive full on the job training to allow them to give high quality, person-centred employment support to our beneficiaries. Our Employment Advisors work on a one-on-one basis to allow High Trees users to strengthen their skills, gain confidence and move into meaningful employment.You will learn how to conduct in-depth and comprehensive Initial Assessments in order to produce SMART & tailored Action Plans, how to engage potential referral partners and conduct outreach to recruit participants. Also, how to engage with employers to create job opportunities for those engaged in our service.While there is no expectation you will have previous experience in giving employment support, you will have a clear job history of working with individuals in some form of supportive or advice-giving capacity (this may be in education, youth work, care or another sector). You will have a good understanding and a natural empathy with the multiple barriers people may face when seeking to enter the job market and will combine a structured organised approach with excellent people skills.You will be passionate about supporting others to achieve meaningful change, comfortable with an evidenced based approach and using our internal systems to record your work and committed to engaging in all training needed to become an excellent Employment Advisor.Our Trainee Advisors will work for 12 months on £23,000 and for those who complete this year successfully they will on to our Employment Advisor pay band of £24,000 - £28,000 with yearly increments (dependent on satisfactory performance)How to apply:For further information and to apply, please click the apply button!Closing date: Midnight on the 29th of May 2022.Interviews: Interviewing on a rolling basis, so please apply as soon as possible.
      • london, london
      • full-time
      • UK College of Business & Computing
      UK College of Business and Computing has a fantastic new opportunity for a Librarian cum Career Advisor to join the team. You will join us on a full time, permanent basis working 40 hours per week – spread over 6 days, Monday - Saturday and in return, you will receive a competitive salary of £26,000 per annum. UKCBC is a leading London based vocational educational provider with over 18 years of delivering high quality qualifications across the areas of Business, computing, Accounting, Health & Social Care and Travel and Tourism. UKCBC offer career focused programmes which integrate education and professional skills enabling our students to develop and achieve the best of their personal and career potential. UKCBC has 2 campuses throughout London including our sister company UKCE. The College has also started to venture internationally with a new Campus opened in 2018 in Dubai International Academic City. About the Librarian cum Career Advisor Role: As our Librarian cum Career Advisor, you will contribute to the overall running of the libraries by managing library resources across all campuses. The role is also about building relationships with your students, with the goal of empowering them to make strong choices. Working to improve self-awareness and suggesting areas for development will encourage the setting of positive and achievable objectives. As well as one-to-one sessions, there’s also the possibility of delivering group workshops. Key Duties and Responsibilities of our Librarian cum Career Advisor: Contributing to the overall running of the libraries.Delivering excellent customer service and support to the students.Managing books stock and library resources across all campuses.Required to administer fines, process stock, relegate books and much more.Providing administrative support to other departments within the college.Performing circulation desk procedures, such as checking in and checking out materials, registering staff and collecting fines.Select, develop, catalogue and classify library resources.Promoting and present library resources to users.Answering users' enquiries by phone, email and in person.Supporting independent research and learning.Assisting students while using computer equipment, conduct literature searches etc.Liaising with academic and IT staff.Shelve library materials.Uploading and Maintaining resources on VLE platforms (Ulearn and Blackboard)Liaising with external partners, including employers, learning providers and career guidance services to ensure effective implementation of the careers plan.To fully participate in ongoing training and development activities and be responsible for keeping up to date with learning opportunities.Enabling students to develop and implement career management skills through providing access to a range of methods including individual guidance (face to face), group work and on-line support.Referring students to work and training opportunities as appropriateProviding information and advice to students so that they can assist them with their career planning.Maintaining regular contact with employers for new job opportunities.Attending local career fairs, industry conferences and other networking events to generate new employers.Developing outreach programs to promote career advisement services among studentsHelping students in resume preparation, interview skills, and job search strategiesGuiding each graduate on effective career search process.Educating students on job search skills and industry trends in order to get them prepared for employment.Conducting career advisement sessions for current students, recent graduates and alumni.What we’re looking for in our Librarian cum Career Advisor: Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent Previous experience working within a Library and/or college settingAbility to communicate effectively with both colleagues, clients and studentsStrong administration skillsComputer literate including Microsoft packagesStrong organisational skills, attention to detail and ability to work with a high level of accuracyA flexible approach to work, a strong work ethic and an interest in working in an academic libraryAbility to assist library users in finding informationAbility to work with a wide range of materials, including books, journals, and the InternetAccuracy and good organisation skillsPossess a commitment to Equal Opportunities and Equality and DiversityPossess a commitment to the safeguarding of learnersIf you would like to join us in this Librarian cum Career Advisor, then please click ‘apply’ today – we’d love to hear from you!
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