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      • 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.
      • woodford green, london
      • full-time
      • RecruitmentRevolution.com
      Are you looking to build your career in the automotive industry? Do you want access to fantastic career opportunities and training? Ready to join the largest car company in the world?Excellent career development opportunity to join Toyota’s Trainee Customer Consultant Academy programme. Maybe you’ve left sixth form or university or perhaps you are looking for a new challenge. If you're ready to build your career or change direction we’d love to hear from you.Motor trade experience is NOT essential.Role Info:Toyota Trainee Customer Consultant (New Career Opportunity) – Global Car BrandWoodford Green£18,000 – £20,000Plus company benefits packageAbout Us:We are a family run dealership and have been since 1905. As one of the UK's largest and most successful Toyota main dealerships we are dedicated to our customers in delivering industry leading customer service.If you see yourself as a Trainee Customer Consultant and would like to find out more about what it is like to be part of our family, we’d like you to apply now!The Trainee Customer Consultant Role:The Trainee Customer Consultant Programme offers you the opportunity to develop your career with one of the world's most prestigious companies and work alongside some of Britain's brightest young talent, as well as the chance to "earn while you learn". Toyota is the highest ranked Automotive Brand in the world and spends more on R&D than any other company, leading the way in Hybrid engine technology and innovation.Whilst working for us the programme is delivered through the Toyota Academy, our outstanding learning & development organisation – the Programme targets and develops high calibre people like you, who may have recently completed their education and are seeking the first rung of the ladder in a professional automotive career.As an Trainee Customer Consultant you will be part of a new Toyota initiative which fast tracks you through the 12-week programme and onto the Academy’s development path, leading to a full industry-recognised accreditation and potentially into management.As an Trainee Customer Consultant you will be part of a new Toyota initiative which fast tracks you through the 12-week programme and onto the Academy’s development path, leading to a full industry-recognised accreditation and potentially into management.You will earn as you learn, because from Day 1 you will receive a competitive annual salary. Additionally, as soon as you graduate from the programme you are rewarded immediately with a competitive benefits package and performance related bonuses.About You:Does this sound like you? We are looking for ambitious individuals with:+ Excellent communication skills – listening is as important as talking in our industry.+ Curiosity – a desire to learn about our customers, our products and our new technologies.+ Confidence – a personality that will welcome and engage our customers.+ An eye for detail – to capture information accurately, follow processes and deliver an excellent customer experience.+ Energy – to motivate yourself, enthuse others and achieve performance targets.Essential Criteria:+ A full UK driving licence.+ Eligibility to work in the UK.+ At least 2 A Levels or equivalent qualification+ IT skills, (MS Word, PowerPoint and Excel).+ GCSE Maths and English.Remuneration package includes:+ £18,000 – £20,000 per annum+ 5 day working week+ Contributory Pension/life assurance scheme+ Training and on-going development+ Performance related bonus+ Opportunity for career progression+ Plus other excellent benefits/incentives as expected of a large organisationInterested? Apply here for a fast-track path to the Hiring ManagerYour Background / Previous Roles May Include:College Leaver, Graduate, Customer Service, Customer Care, Customer Consultant, Front of House, Host, Automotive, DealershipApplication notice… 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 we may contact you 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.
      • 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
      • 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.
      • 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.
      • 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 ;
      • 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.
      • 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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