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      • windsor, hc
      • full-time
      • Windsor Forest Colleges Group
      Windsor College has an exciting opportunity for an inspirational and dynamic candidate to join our team of educators as a Teacher of Maths on a full-time basis. You will deliver high quality teaching and academic support to enable our learners to reach their full potential.About UsWindsor College is part of The Windsor Forest Colleges Group (TWFCG) which is a leading education provider in the South-East. Our staff work across 3 main campuses at Langley, Windsor and Strode’s College in Egham. Our teams place the learner at the heart of all we do and in our state-of-the-art learning environments we are proud to deliver education and training to a diverse group of students and businesses each year.Our mission is to inspire ambition and make a positive difference to lives through learning. We are keen to recruit talented individuals who are passionate about helping us to deliver the highest standards of education and training to local people, communities and businesses. In return, we offer a supportive and inclusive working environment, where everyone’s skills and ideas are valued and respected.Teacher of MathsAs a Teacher of Maths, you will share your skills and knowledge with learners and utilise your experience to motivate students to achieve, ideally whilst developing and maintaining high levels of student retention and attendance.You will also develop ways of working that are responsive to learners’ needs, monitor and evaluate progress and practice.A natural communicator and proven motivator, you will thrive on student interaction - giving effective guidance and helping them make the most of their futures.The successful candidate will possess an appropriate degree and an endorsed teaching qualification or a willingness to work towards this. You will also have recent experience and knowledge of recent developments in the teaching of A Level and Further Maths.For further details on this role please refer to the attached job description/person specification.Our staff benefit from:Excellent work/life balance with generous non-working day entitlementAccess to excellent defined benefit pension schemesAccess to a wide range of subsidised leisure coursesFree on-site parking at all sitesCycle to Work Scheme and Season Ticket LoansFamily friendly policies to support Work Life BalanceNUS cards offering a wide range of discountsVarious health & wellbeing benefits including discounted gym memberships, confidential staff counselling and discounted hair and beauty treatments at The Salon at our Langley College sitePlease be advised that the vacancy will close at midday on Thursday 9th June 2022.Interviews will be held on Friday 17th June 2022.To apply please visit our careers page and complete the online application form.Please ensure you pay particular attention to the supporting statement of the online application form making sure to include details of how you meet each of the essential criteria listed on the person specification.The College is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all its staff to share this commitment. Successful applicants will be required to undergo a DBS check at the appropriate level.
      • london, london
      • full-time
      • Places for People
      We are Places for People Group, we build homes and manage communities where everyone is welcome and everyone can thrive, we are placemakers. We want you to join the Places for People Group and the 11,000 other colleagues on our journey; colleagues who have helped to build, manage, maintain places that people are proud to call home and stay active in. How do we do all this? We surround ourselves with supportive people, creative people and get things done people. Our people live and breathe our SPIRIT values; we are the place for spirited people. More about your role You will work closely with team leaders to help deliver Learning and Development needs across the entire business. Through your commitment to delivering a first-class customer service, you will ensure to lead the core team to achieve all set targets and objectives. Through developing and delivering annual training and develop plans to develop our Places for People You will work across all business areas to understand the individual needs of each business to develop engaging programmes and initiatives to help the business perform at its best. Please note that this is an 'agile' role whereby you will be given the tools to effectively do your role from home; however there will still be some requirement to travel nationwide for meetings and collaborative workshops. For more information, please download our job profile available on our website. More about you This is an exciting new position within the Learning and Development team and the ideal candidate will have previous knowledge and experience working within a HR and learning and development function. Due to the nature of the role, you will have the drive and commitment to manage multiple stakeholders in managing Learning and Development initiatives. You will pride yourself on your attention to detail, flare for showing initiative and enjoy engaging naturally with customers both internally and externally. The benefits We are a large diverse and ambitious business, which will give you job security and all the challenge you could wish for. Here people can flourish, thrive, better themselves and work in fantastic communities with inspirational colleagues and ; We know that there's always more we can do to make you smile, that's why we offer a comprehensive benefits package to help colleagues save money or make their lives a little bit easier which can include: Excellent holiday package and rewards Pension with matched contributions Training Extra perks including huge discounts and offers from shops, cinemas and much more. What's next? If you meet the criteria and are ready to make the next step in your career then click apply. You will be redirected to our careers site where you can discover more about the role, read a full job description and apply directly to us.
      • langley, hc
      • full-time
      • Windsor Forest Colleges Group
      Langley College are looking for a dynamic and enthusiastic candidate to join our Construction department as an Lecturer in Electrical Installation.About UsLangley College is part of The Windsor Forest Colleges Group (TWFCG) which is a leading education provider in the South-East. Our staff work across 3 main campuses at Langley, Windsor, and Strode’s College in Egham. Our teams place the learner at the heart of all we do and in our state-of-the-art learning environments we are proud to deliver education and training to a diverse group of students and businesses each year.Our mission is to inspire ambition and make a positive difference to lives through learning. We are keen to recruit talented individuals who are passionate about helping us to deliver the highest standards of education and training to local people, communities, and businesses. In return, we offer a supportive and inclusive working environment, where everyone’s skills and ideas are valued and respected.This role is based at our Langley College campus; the centre for our main vocational and technical courses including Apprenticeships, Adult Education and HE. We deliver an innovative curriculum with superb specialist facilities including latest industry standard equipment, workshops, and studios.Electrical Installation LecturerWe are looking for a lecturer who can bring a wealth of skills and knowledge that will, in turn, benefit the adult learning ;This is an opportunity for a passionate individual who wishes to work in a stimulating environment and to inspire our students.As Electrical installation Lecturer, you will be responsible of student learning, curriculum development, pastoral care, and administration. Sharing your skills and knowledge developing and maintaining high levels of student retention and attendance.Sharing your skills and knowledge, you will utilise your experience to motivate students to achieve, whilst developing and maintaining high levels of student retention and attendance.This is an opportunity for a passionate individual who wishes to work in a truly stimulating and rewarding environment.Main duties and responsibilities of the post inculude the following;-Student Learning -Curriculun Development -Pastoral Care-Administration-General ResponsibilitiesFor further details on this role please refer to the attached job description/person specification.Salary; £27,493- £40,150 per annum, depending on teaching qualifications and experienceOur staff benefit from:Excellent career progression opportunities for ambitious staffSubsidised professional qualificationsAccess to excellent defined benefit pension schemesFree on-site parking at all sitesCycle to Work Scheme and Season Ticket LoansFamily friendly policies to support Work Life BalanceNUS cards offering a wide range of discountsOn-site Costa and StarbucksVarious health & wellbeing benefits including discounted gym memberships, confidential staff counselling and discounted hair and beauty treatments at The Salon at Langley College Please be advised that the vacancy will close on Friday 27th May 2022Please note that candidates will be shortlisted, and interviews held on a rolling basis.To apply please visit our careers page and complete the online application form.Please ensure you pay particular attention to the supporting statement of the online application form making sure to include details of how you meet each of the essential criteria listed on the person specification.The College is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all its staff to share this commitment. Successful applicants will be required to undergo a DBS check at the appropriate level.
      • winchester, southern
      • full-time
      • Options for Recruitment Limited
      Fitness Assessor / Trainer to £26,500 HampshireAre you working as a fitness manager / duty manager in the Active Leisure / Fitness sector (or are you already a qualified Assessor / Trainer?) but want a change in career direction? If so, then this could be the opportunity you are looking for.The RoleAs a Fitness Coach / Trainer you will be responsible for working with apprentices to help deliver their qualifications within the work place whilst providing exceptional support and guidance to both learners and employers, training the next generation of fitness professionals. Your responsibilities will include:supporting / motivating learners to ensure progression for their qualificationproviding a mix of group tutoring and individual support via performance assessments / mentoringdeliver balanced KPIs in line with Company expectationsThe CompanyOur 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 PersonYou may already be a qualified Assessor / Trainer or you could just have great experience within the Active Leisure sector. All you need is a passion for what you do, the desire to share your knowledge and skills with others and solid occupational experience in the Fitness and Active Leisure sector.If you have:Level 2 Certificate in Gym Instruction / Level 3 Personal Training / Level 3 Nutritionexperience as a personal trainer / Gym Manager / Fitness Managergood communication skillsthen this could be your opportunity to join a team training the next generation of fitness professionals.If you wish to be considered for the role of Fitness Learning Coach / Trainer 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: fitness coach trainer apprenticeship assessor active leisure personal trainer sport nutrition gym instructor fitness manager coach fitness regional trainer NVQ work based learning WBL
      • coventry, mid
      • full-time
      • Ad Warrior Ltd
      Classroom TeacherLocation: CoventrySalary: TMS/UPS/ECT's (Experienced Teachers Preferred)Closing Date: Monday 23rd May 2022 @ 9amInterview Date: Thursday 26th May 2022The Primary is an exciting, innovative, friendly and supportive school. Their most recent Ofsted (January 2019) described the Primary as a good school ‘the school is a positive and welcoming environment where adults and pupils have high expectations for what can be achieved. Leaders and governors are keen to develop the ‘whole child’’.At the primary, children receive a holistic education, that nurtures their unique skills and ; Although children will develop at different rates, they all deserve a bespoke, values led, inclusive education and an excellent start in life. The school strive for the highest standards. This is achieved by challenging, whilst supporting and nurturing each and every ; They cultivate creativity and critical thinking to develop intrinsically motivated learners with high aspirations for their futures.What they can offer:•Outstanding professional development as a strategic partner of The Lion Teaching School Alliance•Supportive staff and a strong team ethos•Supportive leadership within in the school and MAT•Progression opportunities as the school and MAT grow•Being part of something exciting for the City of CoventryThis post also gives the holder the opportunity to contribute to the work of the Multi Academy Trust. Primary and secondary schools in the Trust have set out to pioneer, innovate and deliver a ‘World Class’ education for all.The Governors are seeking to appoint a professional and enthusiastic individual who•Is passionate about improving the lives of children•Can motivate, excite and make learning irresistible for all children•Is willing to ‘go the extra mile’ for the fantastic children and families•Is committed to achieving the highest of standards•Is able to actively support the ethos and vision of the school•Has excellent interpersonal skills and can work well as part of a teamTo ApplyIf you feel you are a suitable candidate and would like to work for this Multi-Academy Trust, then please click apply to be redirected to their website where you can complete your application.The Primary School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this ; All successful applicants will be request to undertake an Enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service Check.
      • bristol, sw
      • per_diem
      • Rospa
      Associate Fleet TrainerWhen 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.Associate Fleet Trainers The Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents has been at the heart of safety and health in the UK since 1916. Since our early days improving road safety during the blackouts of the First World War, we have existed for a simple reason – to stop the needless loss and devastation caused by ; A registered charity, we are committed to continuing this legacy of change through a whole-life approach to the prevention of accidental deaths and serious injuries at home, at work, on the road, at leisure and in schools and colleges, as we strive for our vision of Life, free from serious accidental injury.According to figures from the Department for Transport, in 2019 there were 25,945 seriously injured casualties in reported road traffic accidents and a total of 1,752 people were killed on British roads.In order to reduce this shocking figure, RoSPA Fleet Safety are looking for Associate Fleet Trainers to provide delivery of RoSPA’s fleet services portfolio, practical and theory fleet training products across the UK.Are you Are you a DVSA registered Advanced Driving Instructor (ADI)? If so….do you? hold (or are willing to achieve) a Gold standard in the RoSPA Advanced Driving Testhold (or are willing to achieve) RoSPA’s Level 4 Award in Advanced Behavioural Driver Traininghave good verbal and written communication skills We can offer you:The opportunity to improve road safety by improving standards, knowledge and skill of road usersPaid expensesFees for driver and rider testsFlexible work Do you meet this criteria and are interested in joining our team of passionate road safety advocates? Please visit
      • west midlands, mid
      • full-time
      • Applicant Services
      A rare opportunity has arisen for an enthusiastic education professional to become the Lead Teacher of within a high performing Warwickshire school.Lead Teacher of RE - Starting Sept 2022MPS1 £25,714 to UPS3 £41,604Warwick, B49Full time, Permanent PositionPlease Note: Applicants must be eligible to work in the UKOur client is a highly successful academy, teaching pupils aged . The school has an excellent reputation based on examination results, a progressive approach to educational development and a strong sense of community. They are one of the top performing non-selective schools in Warwickshire and in the top 5% nationally.They now have a vacancy for a Lead Teacher of to join their supportive teaching team.About the Role:This is an exciting role for the right candidate and will require passion and energy for the ; You will enjoy the freedom to deploy your individual skills and talents, whilst conveying a passion for religious studies and delivering excellent ;Responsibilities:Strategically lead the curriculum development and teaching of GCSE Religious EducationFurther develop and coordinate the delivery of the RE curriculum at Key Stage 3 and Key Stage 4 (both as an option subject and as whole school RE) so that it is relevant, engaging and coherent.To assess, track and monitor student progress and plan and enact intervention and support as needed and to be accountable for this.Keep up to date with national and local developments in religious education.Pastoral Duties.Experience: Applicants will be considered from all points of experience, including newly qualified teachers. A TLR would be considered for the appropriate candidate.Qualifications:DfE recognised Qualified Teacher Status.Appropriate Degree.Evidence of recent and relevant professional development.Personal Skills:Enjoys working with children and young people.Forms and maintains appropriate relationships and personal boundaries with children and young people.Hardworking, energetic and cheerful.Resilient.Works effectively in a team, sharing issues and best practice.Relates well to students and parents/carers.Teaching Skills:Excellent classroom practitioner with good classroom management skills.Communicates well with students of all abilities and disposition.Excellent subject knowledge and enjoys teaching and utilising innovative practices.Works on own initiative – thinks strategically and creatively.Approaches change and continuous development positively.Uses ICT as an innovative tool for learning.Well organised and good time management skills.High degree of personal integrity.Maintains a sense of perspective and good sense of humour.Attitudes:Determined to support students’ progress.Has a thirst for professional development.Willing to contribute to whole school extra-curricular activities.Safeguarding:Staff uphold public trust in the teaching profession and maintain high standards of ethics and behaviour, within and outside school, by:Treating students with dignity, building relationships rooted in mutual respect, and at all times observing proper boundaries appropriate to a teacher’s professional position.Having regard for the need to safeguard students’ wellbeing, in accordance with statutory provisions.Ensuring that personal beliefs are not expressed in ways which exploit students’ vulnerability or might lead them to break the law.Closing Date: 20th May noon.Interviews: w/c 23rd May 2022.How to apply for the Lead Teacher of RE role:If you have the skills and experience required for this position, click “apply” today and check your inbox for an email providing more informationwith an application form. It is essential that you complete the application form and send this to the school to ensure you are considered.Other suitable skills and experience includes: Theology Tutor, Religious Studies Teacher, Secondary School Teacher, RE Tutor, Head of RE, Teaching Jobs Warwickshire.
      • birmingham, mid
      • Serco Plc
      Location: Stechford Leisure Centre Working Hours: Various hours and days available to suit the right candidateSalary: £ phAre you passionate about swimming? Do you like to provide safe and enjoyable lessons in a first-class environment? If so, then this could be the right role for ;   Here at Birmingham Community Leisure Trust our goal is to get more people, more active, more often. We provide affordable access to a wide range of sports and leisure facilities to support healthier and happier people across all segments of the local community. To deliver those services takes an enthusiastic and customer focused team - and right now we are looking to recruit for local Swimming Teachers to join our ;  Swimming not only also teaches a skill for life it can provide a fulfilling and enjoyable job as you work with people of all ages to help them develop those skills. This could see you working with individuals, therapeutic groups, schools, or in our range of public classes. Either way though you’ll carry out the lesson plans, ensure the safe use and storage of equipment, complete pupil records, and carry out assessment ;  This is your chance to train potential athletes, ensure children remain safe and aware of the risks around water and build confidence in all service users. Who knows, it maybe you getting a thank you from the Olympic swimmers of the future!   Ultimately, you’ll ensure your pupils continue to progress, providing them with confidence in the water - and you with an enormous sense of achievement and ;  We share your passion for leisure and we will offer a safe, fun and professional working environment with excellent development #x202F; You will also receive free gym membership for you and a family member across our fantastic leisure centres!   What you'll need to do the role  You’ll need to have excellent customer service skills as you’ll be interacting heavily with our customers. So, whether you’ve earned that experience in a leisure or another customer facing environment, you’ll be a people person who is happy dealing with people of all ages and ;  As a teacher you’ll naturally be able to motivate and manage your students, have excellent planning skills, and be a good #x202F;   Lastly, you’ll need to hold an ASA level 2 / STA qualification level 2 or equivalent. It would be an advantage if you hold a qualification in water safety/lifesaving (NPLQ) but this is not ;  We offer a variety of working hours to suit most candidates. If you are looking for 1 or 2 mornings or evenings per week, more of a full-time role, or even just an hour on a Saturday or Sunday morning, we can and will accommodate ;  Why Serco   Meaningful and vital work: Swimming not only makes people healthier and happier it also teaches a skill for life. As one of our teachers you’ll be at the forefront of helping people develop those ;  A world of opportunity: Our swimming teachers are integral to the running of our centres, so as well progressing into aquatics coordination they can move into other centre management roles in one of our 55 ;  Great people: Teaching can lead to a great sense of accomplishment as you watch people progress and work with your local community. And as you’re supporting your students, we’ll be supporting you with ongoing training and ; About SercoAt Serco, not only is the nature of the work we do important, everyone has an important role to play, from caring for vulnerable people to managing complex public services. We are a team of 50,000 people responsible for delivering essential public services around the world in areas including defence, transport, justice, immigration, healthcare and citizen services. We are innovators, committed to redesigning and improving public services for the benefit of everyone. By joining Serco you will have unlimited access to our Global Employee Networks – SercoInspire (Gender), SercoEmbrace (Multicultural), SercoUnlimited (Disability) and In@Serco (LGBT & Networks). Serco Employee Networks, led by colleagues who are passionate about diversity, inclusion and ; ApplyPlease click on the apply button to be taken to our careers website Serco is a Disability Confident Employer committed to employing and retaining people with ; Disabled applicants who meet the minimum criteria for the job will be given the opportunity to demonstrate their abilities at an interview. For help with your application please contact . #sercoap Serco/Serco Leisure Operating Limited are appointed as the Trust’s Managing Agents. We manage the recruitment process and the Trust’s employees in the delivery of the service on their behalf. The Trust is committed to equal opportunities and requests any potential applicant to contact the Recruitment Team on as soon as possible if an applicant has any additional queries, requirements or will need additional time in submitting an application. Applicants should be aware that in line with the company’s policy, employees will have a DBS check where appropriate. *Google Chrome is the preferred browser to access Serco careers website*
      • kent, southern
      • 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.
      • ashton-under-lyne, nw
      • full-time
      • Tameside
      Calling all Automotive / Motor Vehicle Lecturers/Teachers/Tutors, are you looking for your next challenge and an opportunity to improve the life chances of our learners.We’re paying up to £33,594 for 36 hours a week with an early dart on Friday as you’ll be covering one evening class during the week.As a teaching colleague you’ll go into the Teacher Pensions scheme and enjoy some really great benefit’s, Costa Coffee on site, Free on site Gym at Beaufort Road, onsite bakery products at Tameside One, The Restaurant at Tameside One to name but a few. Of course we offer retail discounts, cycle to work, great holiday allowances (53 days per annum for academic employees).Here’s the standard bit: You’ll be responsible for planning, delivering and developing teaching/learning programmes using a flexible range of strategies and learning styles; taking responsibility for your quality of teaching and related curriculum development that meet learner needs, whilst assessing learners progress in College or on work experience and devise assessment processes against highly personalised progress targets.What you’ll need: - Enthusiastic, resilient and highly motivated with Literacy and Numeracy to at least Level 2, you must have a Level 3 qualification or relevant NVQ (or equivalent).Level 4 Teaching Qualification: Certificate in Education/ PGCE/Bachelor of Education or required to achieve Level 5 Diploma (DTLLS) or equivalent within 3 years of appointment, relevant assessment qualifications – IQA/A1/V1 and evidence of current Continuous Professional Development.About us: Tameside College has an excellent reputation and this is a real opportunity for you to make a difference in people’s lives. We’re based in Ashton-Under-Lyne Greater Manchester in a diverse and vibrant further education college that offers a wide range of course including A level and advanced level vocational study programmes, Apprenticeships and adult courses up to degree Level. We aim to give all our students an exceptional experience.We believe in excellence and we back that up with high expectations, a superb working environment (as part of the Vision Tameside £100 million+ accommodation strategy) and outstanding teaching. We also believe that attending college is about more than achieving a qualification, important though that is. This is why we aim to give learners every opportunity to develop their full potential in a supportive and friendly environment.You will be experienced and be a strong team player with excellent communication skills.Come join us on our journey to outstanding!Closing date: 06th May 2022Salary: up to £33,594
      • ashton-under-lyne, nw
      • full-time
      • Tameside
      Working Pattern: 36 hrs per week, Term Time Only (38 weeks per year)We require a skilled and highly motivated individual to join our established team with a specific focus on supporting A Level Students. You will support the academic progress of A Level students and specifically raise aspirations inspiring students to reach their full potential in accessing opportunities for Higher Education. This includes supporting specific groups of learners in applying for Russel Group Universities.You will deliver a full timetable of weekly tutorials to the support career journey and deliver a range of pastoral topics in line with our commitment to safeguarding, wellbeing and personal development. Working alongside A Level teachers; your role will be to break down barriers and ensure that all students are able to achieve successful outcomes both academically and socially.You will have a proven track record in delivering personal development/careers sessions or similar. You will be experienced in monitoring the achievement and progression of students ideally within an educational setting. You will have a sound understanding of the range of issues facing young people and have an ability to motivate students with a diverse range of needs. You will have excellent interpersonal skills in working with students and a calm problem solving approach.*Candidates who are successful at interview will be invited back on the 26th May to deliver a micro-session to a group of studentsClosing date: 6th May 2022Interview dates: 24th & 26th May 2022
      • maidstone, southern
      • 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.
      • 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.
      • plymouth, sw
      • full-time
      • AWD online
      PE Teacher who is enthusiastic, motivated and enjoys inspiring young people is required for a well-established specialist school based in Plymouth, South West England. SALARY: TPS +SEN1 LOCATION: Plymouth, South West England JOB TYPE: Full-Time, Permanent START DATE: September 2022 JOB OVERVIEW We have a fantastic new job opportunity for a PE Teacher who is enthusiastic, motivated and flexible with excellent interpersonal and communicative skills. Working as a PE Teacher you will contribute to the academic, social and personal development of each student and seek to ensure that each student achieves their ; As a PE Teacher you will already have the skills, qualifications and experience to teach PE throughout KS2, KS3, KS4 and KS5. Communicating effectively to all ages and abilities, to inspire & motivate pupils with a genuine wish to make a difference and support young people. As a successful candidate you will need strong and consistent classroom management skills and a passion to make a real difference to the lives and education of young people across all key stages. ABOUT THE SCHOOL The school caters for KS1-KS4 students with a wide range of complex needs, including SEMH, autism, attachment difficulties and trauma. Their Aims are to provide an adventure as they progress through school giving them a safe, caring, friendly environment in which students are happy and confident and feel valued and supported. To give each student the skills that they need to achieve a happy and successful life, developing into positive members of the community. CANDIDATE REQUIREMENTS Your role as a PE Teacher will require the following skills and attributes: Qualified Teacher status Strong and consistent classroom management skills A passion to make a real difference to the lives and education of young people Excellent interpersonal skills Good communication skills both verbal and written Ability to communicate effectively to all ages and abilities, Ability to interact well with people on a variety of levels An enthusiastic and motivated personality APPLY TODAY… By submitting your job application to us you are hereby giving us your express consent to submit your details to our Client for this purpose. JOB REF: AWDO-P8639 Full-Time, Permanent Jobs, Careers and Vacancies. Find a new job and work in Plymouth, South West England. Multi-Job Board Advertising and CV Sourcing Recruitment Services provided by AWD online. AWD online specialise in sourcing candidates and advertising vacancies on multiple job boards for companies on a non-commission basis. AWD online operates as an employment agency. awd online |
      • croydon, london
      • full-time
      • Places for People
      We are Places for People Group, we build homes and manage communities where everyone is welcome and everyone can thrive, we are placemakers. We want you to join the Places for People Group and the 11,000 other colleagues on our journey; colleagues who have helped to build, manage, maintain places that people are proud to call home and stay active in. How do we do all this? We surround ourselves with supportive people, creative people and get things done people. Our people live and breathe our SPIRIT values; we are the place for spirited people. More about your role You will work closely with team leaders to help deliver Learning and Development needs across the entire business. Through your commitment to delivering a first-class customer service, you will ensure to lead the core team to achieve all set targets and objectives. Through developing and delivering annual training and develop plans to develop our Places for People You will work across all business areas to understand the individual needs of each business to develop engaging programmes and initiatives to help the business perform at its best. Please note that this is an 'agile' role whereby you will be given the tools to effectively do your role from home; however there will still be some requirement to travel nationwide for meetings and collaborative workshops. For more information, please download our job profile available on our website. More about you This is an exciting new position within the Learning and Development team and the ideal candidate will have previous knowledge and experience working within a HR and learning and development function. Due to the nature of the role, you will have the drive and commitment to manage multiple stakeholders in managing Learning and Development initiatives. You will pride yourself on your attention to detail, flare for showing initiative and enjoy engaging naturally with customers both internally and externally. The benefits We are a large diverse and ambitious business, which will give you job security and all the challenge you could wish for. Here people can flourish, thrive, better themselves and work in fantastic communities with inspirational colleagues and ; We know that there's always more we can do to make you smile, that's why we offer a comprehensive benefits package to help colleagues save money or make their lives a little bit easier which can include: Excellent holiday package and rewards Pension with matched contributions Training Extra perks including huge discounts and offers from shops, cinemas and much more. What's next? If you meet the criteria and are ready to make the next step in your career then click apply. You will be redirected to our careers site where you can discover more about the role, read a full job description and apply directly to us.
      • aberdeen, scotland
      • full-time
      • Robert Gordon University
      Job Title: Lecturer in Marketing and Public RelationsLocation: Aberdeen, AB10 7GJSalary: £35,326 - £50,296 per yearJob type: This is a full-time role (35 hours per week), however part time/job-share may be considered.Part-time applicants that will require sponsorship may be considered in line with UKVI sponsorship requirements.RGU is an innovative, inclusive, and thoroughly professional university, focused on the impact of its demand-led teaching and research.The School of Creative and Cultural Business seeks to appoint a Lecturer in Marketing and Public Relations to join its dynamic team.The Role:The continued importance of Marketing and Public Relations in all sectors emphasises the need for delivery within these fields across the breadth of provision within the School. This important role is required to contribute to the high-quality delivery within the fields of Marketing and Public Relations at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels as part of the enhancement of our portfolio.Your knowledge and subject expertise will be evidenced by related teaching and research and/or relevant work experience and you'll be capable of fostering and developing collaborative links with academic, business, charitable and public-sector partners. The School has developed significant expertise in the creative industries and has ambitious research plans going forward, with research themes of Digital Story Trails, Data Analytics & Digital Marketing, Media and Society. This is an exciting opportunity to make a major contribution to the development and enhancement of research in this subject area.Applications are particularly welcome from candidates with experience and knowledge of one or more of the following: Integrated Marketing Communications, Public Relations, Marketing Strategy, Advertising or other related fields and roles.Duties Include:Carries out designated teaching (eg via lectures, seminars, tutorials, workshops, laboratory work, field trips, studio work, practical's etc) and assessment duties in areas of expertise, or as otherwise required by the Head of School.Participates in the development and preparation of teaching materials.Provides tutorial and personal guidance for students.Supervises undergraduate and postgraduate projects.Develops and maintains expertise in subject areas. Participates in subject and course development.Undertakes appropriate administrative responsibilities (eg year tutor, student selection, examination organisation, placement organisation, timetabling, maintaining attendance records etc).Assists in the supervision and visiting of students during their periods of work experience. Promotes and markets the School and its courses to local, national and international clientele (including student recruitment).Maintains working relationships with other Schools/Departments/Units within the University, as necessary, for the smooth operation and continued development of the School and its courses.Actively pursues and/or encourages research activities (eg writing for publication, developing own research, supervising research students, establishing externally funded research projects, presenting at conferences etc).Actively participates in and suggests relevant staff development activities. Engages with other staff, wherever possible, in consultancy activities relevant to the School.Establishes and maintains relevant professional and industrial links, as necessary, for the effective operation of the School's course (eg engagement in work of external bodies, educational and professional).Represents the School on relevant University committees and the School and University on external committees.Carries out such other related duties as may be required.Candidates with limited/no lecturing experience can still be considered but will work to the Developing Academic.Person Specification:Essential Requirements Qualifications and Professional Memberships -First Degree and/or post degree qualification in a related subject area.Knowledge -Strong knowledge and understanding of Marketing and Public Relations.Experience -An understanding of the discipline of Marketing and Public Relations through either practice-based or academic teaching/research experience.Desirable Requirements Qualifications and Professional Memberships -PhD in a related subject area.Please click APPLY to be redirected to our website to complete an application form.Candidates with the experience or relevant job titles of: Marketing Lecturer, PR Lecturer, Lecturer, HNC/D Lecturer, Academic Lecturer, Marketing Tutor, University Lecturer, Education Lead, Academic Lead, College Tutor, Tutor, Teacher, College Teacher will also be considered for this role.
      • cambridge, angl
      • full-time
      • POST MY JOB LTD
      Our award winning Health and Fitness club is actively looking for an additional fitness instructor to join our passionate and enthusiastic team in Waterbeach on a full time basis.If you're someone who loves fitness, helping people and having your ideas listened to whilst working closely with a family run company, then this ideal for you! We can offer a clean and constantly evolving environment to come to work.The role includes all areas of taking responsibility for the fitness club and our members, including writing fitness programs, carrying out body stat analysis, giving inductions, conducting studio fitness classes as well as keeping the club clean and the administration side such as signing members up (without the need for a hard sell- as the club sells itself!)As a family run business we are always on hand to work with our team to develop the brand and make improvements where necessary. We notice when you go the extra mile and offer rewards and incentives to help increase earning potential as a thank you for your efforts.We offer a fair rota, which is based around not asking anyone to work longer than a 9 hour shift, not working every weekend and being flexible around commitments outside of work, where possible.Inspired health and fitness club is built on offering outstanding customer service as well as being a safe, clean and practical place for members to achieve their fitness goals. We have a full equipped gym containing mostly Life Fitness equipment, a studio, spa with Jacuzzi, Sauna and steam room (no swimming pool), a sun bed and on site beauty salon.If you're looking for a new challenge in an environment where the company values are based on being fun, fair, professional, open, honest and unconventional, then this is the role for you.A well written cover letter and cv showing your experience will get you in the door, but it is your passion and attitude to helping people, which will get you closer to securing the role.You must be at least level 2 qualified to apply for this position. If you're a personal trainer too, you will have the option to be paid extra for PT both on and off shift.Additional benefits include:- Bonus opportunities- 20 days per year paid holiday plus bank holidays- Opportunity to run your own personal training business within our business- Full personal use of the club facilities- Free parking- Discounts in the coffee shop next door and in the beauty salon
      • brighton, southern
      • full-time
      • Places for People
      We are Places for People Group, we build homes and manage communities where everyone is welcome and everyone can thrive, we are placemakers. We want you to join the Places for People Group and the 11,000 other colleagues on our journey; colleagues who have helped to build, manage, maintain places that people are proud to call home and stay active in. How do we do all this? We surround ourselves with supportive people, creative people and get things done people. Our people live and breathe our SPIRIT values; we are the place for spirited people. More about your role You will work closely with team leaders to help deliver Learning and Development needs across the entire business. Through your commitment to delivering a first-class customer service, you will ensure to lead the core team to achieve all set targets and objectives. Through developing and delivering annual training and develop plans to develop our Places for People You will work across all business areas to understand the individual needs of each business to develop engaging programmes and initiatives to help the business perform at its best. Please note that this is an 'agile' role whereby you will be given the tools to effectively do your role from home; however there will still be some requirement to travel nationwide for meetings and collaborative workshops. For more information, please download our job profile available on our website. More about you This is an exciting new position within the Learning and Development team and the ideal candidate will have previous knowledge and experience working within a HR and learning and development function. Due to the nature of the role, you will have the drive and commitment to manage multiple stakeholders in managing Learning and Development initiatives. You will pride yourself on your attention to detail, flare for showing initiative and enjoy engaging naturally with customers both internally and externally. The benefits We are a large diverse and ambitious business, which will give you job security and all the challenge you could wish for. Here people can flourish, thrive, better themselves and work in fantastic communities with inspirational colleagues and ; We know that there's always more we can do to make you smile, that's why we offer a comprehensive benefits package to help colleagues save money or make their lives a little bit easier which can include: Excellent holiday package and rewards Pension with matched contributions Training Extra perks including huge discounts and offers from shops, cinemas and much more. What's next? If you meet the criteria and are ready to make the next step in your career then click apply. You will be redirected to our careers site where you can discover more about the role, read a full job description and apply directly to us.
      • newcastle upon tyne, tt
      • full-time
      • Places for People
      We are Places for People Group, we build homes and manage communities where everyone is welcome and everyone can thrive, we are placemakers. We want you to join the Places for People Group and the 11,000 other colleagues on our journey; colleagues who have helped to build, manage, maintain places that people are proud to call home and stay active in. How do we do all this? We surround ourselves with supportive people, creative people and get things done people. Our people live and breathe our SPIRIT values; we are the place for spirited people. More about your role You will work closely with team leaders to help deliver Learning and Development needs across the entire business. Through your commitment to delivering a first-class customer service, you will ensure to lead the core team to achieve all set targets and objectives. Through developing and delivering annual training and develop plans to develop our Places for People You will work across all business areas to understand the individual needs of each business to develop engaging programmes and initiatives to help the business perform at its best. Please note that this is an 'agile' role whereby you will be given the tools to effectively do your role from home; however there will still be some requirement to travel nationwide for meetings and collaborative workshops. For more information, please download our job profile available on our website. More about you This is an exciting new position within the Learning and Development team and the ideal candidate will have previous knowledge and experience working within a HR and learning and development function. Due to the nature of the role, you will have the drive and commitment to manage multiple stakeholders in managing Learning and Development initiatives. You will pride yourself on your attention to detail, flare for showing initiative and enjoy engaging naturally with customers both internally and externally. The benefits We are a large diverse and ambitious business, which will give you job security and all the challenge you could wish for. Here people can flourish, thrive, better themselves and work in fantastic communities with inspirational colleagues and ; We know that there's always more we can do to make you smile, that's why we offer a comprehensive benefits package to help colleagues save money or make their lives a little bit easier which can include: Excellent holiday package and rewards Pension with matched contributions Training Extra perks including huge discounts and offers from shops, cinemas and much more. What's next? If you meet the criteria and are ready to make the next step in your career then click apply. You will be redirected to our careers site where you can discover more about the role, read a full job description and apply directly to us.
      • grantham, mid
      • full-time
      • Edison Young People
      Senior Support WorkerWould you like to be part of a caring, supportive team where you are recognised and valued for your hard work and delivery of exceptional care?We are now recruiting for a passionate, enthusiastic and committed Senior Support Worker to join our friendly team.With at least one year’s experience of working in a children’s residential setting as a care, support worker or residential children’s worker with a clear route to management we will: Reward your dedication with:Competitive rates of Pay, £ and sleep rates of £45 (average of 7-10 sleeps per month)Refer a friend bonus scheme of £500*Free meals whilst on shift, encouraging everyone to eat together as you would at home and encourage social interactionFull funded blue light card which gains you access to fantastic discounts across high street stores, restaurants and more.Fully funded cash back medical scheme towards optical, dental and physiotherapy.Contributions to your pension through the auto-enrolment schemeExtensive induction programme for all new startersFully funded training and development programmes, leading to accredited qualifications which can support career developmentEmployee Assistance Programme (EAP) through BUPA to provide financial, health and wellbeing advice and guidanceYour role will involve ensuring the welfare and care of each child and also giving guidance and support to the whole team on your shift.You will:Make sure tasks are completed effectively including any shift health and safety checksAddress any issues on shift and shadow the Deputy/Registered Manager to develop your leadership skillsMaking sure children are up on time for school, eaten breakfast and ready to engage in their school dayEnsuring homework is completed and assisting with these tasksEncouraging after school activities and hobbiesKeeping up with paperwork in order for the home to run effectivelyEnsure the house is kept clean and tidyEssential Criteria:NVQ 3 or 4 in children and Young Peoples Workforce, Children’s Residential Care or equivalentAt least one years’ experience of working in a children’s settingBe flexible – working shifts including days, weekends, bank holidays and sleep in’sBe over 21, hold a full UK manual driving licence and have the right to work in the UKBe kind and caringExperience of working with or caring for children as a support worker, residential care worker or personal experience, but more importantly have life skill from range of backgrounds as we can train on the rest
      • yeovil, sw
      • Serco Plc
      Qualified Helicopter Instructor (Simulator)Yeovilton BA22 8HTFull time, Permanent-Monday- Friday 38 hours per weekCompetitve Salary plus benefits Serco are proud to support the Fleet Air Arm, including the Commando Helicopter Force based at Royal Naval Air Station Yeovilton, delivering services ranging from the repair and maintenance of military aircraft- to fuel delivery and off aircraft support services. Yeovilton is one of the Royal Navy`s two principal air stations, is one of the busiest military airfields in the UK and home to more than 100 aircraft.Serco have an exciting opportunity for a Qualified Helicopter Instructor to form part of the CHF Merlin Simulator Facility based at RNAS Yeovilton, with the capacity to support at other military establishments as required. This role will deliver ground- based pilot training as required for Commando Helicopter Force (CHF). Main Accountabilities:The Qualified Helicopter Instructor will be responsible for providing training and support for the following responsibilities: Ab-initio pilot conversion to type (CTT) and conversion to role (CTR).Aircrew refresher training.Simulator Instructor training including minimum annual simulator time (MAST).Analysis of student sorties and submission of written reports within timescales as directed by Simulator OiC.Attend instructor and standardisation meetings.Development of training material in conjunction with a Subject Matter Expert (SME) Lead Instructor.Compliance with and completion of routine paperwork.Support and administrative activities as required by Simulator OiC Acting as CHF Merlin Simulator Duty ;Report any safety-related occurrences and near-misses that are identified by the Contractor or occur in the course of delivery of flying training at RNAS Yeovilton, including but not limited to:Air Safety occurrences via the Air Safety Information Management System (ASIMS).Safety, Health, Environment and Fire (SHEF) occurrences via the Navy Lessons and Information Management System (NLIMS). Communicate with the Authority effectively and in good time to manage Flying Training outputs at RNAS Yeovilton, ensure that outputs meet the Authority’s priorities and that risks to output are identified, understood and managed.Provide formal reports to the Authority on personnel HF/EM competence and delivery of service volumes ; What you’ll need to do the role: Essential:Candidates must have minimum B1 Grade with at least 1000 hours Merlin HM Mk 3 or 4 or Sea King Mk4 and 200 instructional hours (simulated or airborne across aircraft types). Desirable A2/A1 Grade.A thorough and good working knowledge of the following:Completed a Maintenance Human Factors Course.Completed Merlin Mk4 Instructor Operator Station (IOS) ;Cleared to Secret UK Eyes only.To be Defence Systems Approach (DSAT) compliant in accordance with JSP 822To be Defence Train the Trainer Qualified.Good people management experience.A good capability to work productively, efficiently & effectively with initiative and drive under tight timescales and pressure whilst maintaining operational outputs What we offer: Up to 6% contributory pension scheme25 days holidaySerco discounts which include cinema, merlin entertainment and online shopping discounts, cycle to work scheme and discounts on mobile phone plans and leisure centre memberships.A safe and supportive cultureInteresting and enjoyable workA company passionate about diversity and inclusion #Defencejobs#sercoap About SercoAt Serco, not only is the nature of the work we do important, everyone has an important role to play, from caring for vulnerable people to managing complex public services. We are a team of 50,000 people responsible for delivering essential public services around the world in areas including defence, transport, justice, immigration, healthcare and citizen services. We are innovators, committed to redesigning and improving public services for the benefit of everyone.By joining Serco you will have unlimited access to our Global Employee Networks – SercoInspire (Gender), SercoEmbrace (Multicultural), SercoUnlimited (Disability) and In@Serco (LGBT & Networks). Serco Employee Networks, led by colleagues who are passionate about diversity, inclusion and ;ApplyPlease click on the apply button to complete your ;Occasionally we receive a large volume of applications for our roles and when that happens we sometimes bring the closing date forward, so please apply promptly to avoid ;At Serco, we see people first and foremost for their performance and potential. We are committed to building a diverse and inclusive organisation that supports the needs of all. As such we will make reasonable adjustments at interview through to employment for our candidates and strongly encourage applications from a diverse candidate pool. We are open to discussions around flexibility and flexible working. We operate a hybrid work structure in many of our business areas. We are proudly Disability Confident Leader employers and holder of the Silver Inclusive Employer Standard. Disabled applicants who meet the minimum criteria for the job will be given the opportunity to demonstrate their abilities at an ;At Serco we support fair access to employment for those with unspent criminal convictions through the ‘Ban the Box’ pledge (some may be exempt due to the nature of the role and the security clearance required). Please contact our recruitment team directly on to discuss.
      • spalding, mid
      • full-time
      • The SmartList
      National World / The SmartList are advertising on behalf of an external company. Head PA's / Senior School AdministratorFull time: 37 hours per week / 52 weeks per annumGLEA Grade 8 (£29,174 - £32,798) Start date: As soon as possible The Governing Body are seeking to appoint an experienced and dynamic PA/School Administrator. The successful candidate will provide comprehensive and strategic administrative support to the Headmistress and be appropriately qualified, with experience within a school setting. This position requires knowledge of line management and performance appraisal of ; There is a need to be a collaborative leader who is a team player and able to multitask effectively, motivate others and demonstrate excellent interpersonal and organisational skills. Confidentiality, integrity and loyalty are important expectations of this ; This is a varied role that encompasses all areas of personnel, HR, recruitment, staffing and student admissions therefore, experience, knowledge and understanding of school systems is imperative.Spalding High School is an 11 – 18 academically selective community girls’ grammar school with a co-educational sixth form and has an excellent reputation within the local community and ; We are a popular, happy and successful school with strong support from governors, parents, students and a dedicated and highly experienced team of staff. Our examination results regularly place us as one of the highest-ranking state schools in Lincolnshire and we regularly feature on the Times Top 200 ; Students come from throughout South Holland as well as from Cambridgeshire, Norfolk and Peterborough. We are a progressive school with an innovative curriculum and a rich and diverse extra-curricular programme. Our commitment to developing the whole person prepares students well for the challenges and opportunities that they will face in the rapidly changing world in which they ; Personal development from childhood to adulthood is also of great importance to us. Our students grow into independent, articulate young adults who take responsibility for their lives and make decisions about their futures in an informed and intelligent way. We are proud of our excellent pastoral care and guidance that ensures that no student is lost in the crowd.We are looking forward to meeting you and hope that you will want to join us in taking this happy and highly achieving school to the next stage of its development.Our school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this ; Any offer of employment will be subject to an enhanced background check by the Disclosure and Barring Service, employment references and medical clearance.If this sounds like you, please hit apply now!Our reference: SE2771Vacancy: Head PA's / Senior School AdministratorLocation: SpaldingSalary: £29,174 - £32,798Hours: 37 hours per week
      • penzance, sw
      • 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.
      • canterbury, southern
      • full-time
      • Places for People
      We are Places for People Group, we build homes and manage communities where everyone is welcome and everyone can thrive, we are placemakers. We want you to join the Places for People Group and the 11,000 other colleagues on our journey; colleagues who have helped to build, manage, maintain places that people are proud to call home and stay active in. How do we do all this? We surround ourselves with supportive people, creative people and get things done people. Our people live and breathe our SPIRIT values; we are the place for spirited people. More about your role You will work closely with team leaders to help deliver Learning and Development needs across the entire business. Through your commitment to delivering a first-class customer service, you will ensure to lead the core team to achieve all set targets and objectives. Through developing and delivering annual training and develop plans to develop our Places for People You will work across all business areas to understand the individual needs of each business to develop engaging programmes and initiatives to help the business perform at its best. Please note that this is an 'agile' role whereby you will be given the tools to effectively do your role from home; however there will still be some requirement to travel nationwide for meetings and collaborative workshops. For more information, please download our job profile available on our website. More about you This is an exciting new position within the Learning and Development team and the ideal candidate will have previous knowledge and experience working within a HR and learning and development function. Due to the nature of the role, you will have the drive and commitment to manage multiple stakeholders in managing Learning and Development initiatives. You will pride yourself on your attention to detail, flare for showing initiative and enjoy engaging naturally with customers both internally and externally. The benefits We are a large diverse and ambitious business, which will give you job security and all the challenge you could wish for. Here people can flourish, thrive, better themselves and work in fantastic communities with inspirational colleagues and ; We know that there's always more we can do to make you smile, that's why we offer a comprehensive benefits package to help colleagues save money or make their lives a little bit easier which can include: Excellent holiday package and rewards Pension with matched contributions Training Extra perks including huge discounts and offers from shops, cinemas and much more. What's next? If you meet the criteria and are ready to make the next step in your career then click apply. You will be redirected to our careers site where you can discover more about the role, read a full job description and apply directly to us.
      • sheffield, yorkshire
      • full-time
      • Elevation Recruitment
      Elevation Recruitment Group are partnering with a Construction company in Sheffield. They are looking for a Training Administrator to work in the Learning and Development Team. You will be entitled to a £2,000 car allowance, along with 13% company bonus, along with a number of other company benefits. As a Training Administrator your duties will include but not be limited to -Provide administrative support relating to Learning and Development matters including events-Producing reports on Learning and Development activity -Updating and maintaining learning records for each are of the business-Coordinating learning events and ensuring all staff attend-Updating the learning calendar-Communicating with internal and external stakeholders A successful Training administrator will have the following attributes: -Previous experience working in an office-based administration role is essential-Previous experience in a HR administration, or Learning and Development Administration role would be a bonus - but this is not essentialElevation Business Support is a specialist division of Elevation Recruitment Group focusing on positions in Yorkshire and surrounding regions. If you match the specified criteria and are interested in discussing the positions in more detail, we would love to hear from you. If these roles aren't quite right - but you would like to arrange confidential chat about the next step in your career, please get in touch.
      • milton keynes, hc
      • full-time
      • Stephenson Academy
      National World / The SmartList are advertising on behalf of Stephenson Academy.Inclusion MentorDo you want to make a real difference to your students? Do you want to help build brighter futures?Bridge Academy is a two campus Alternative Provision with an age range of 5 -18 (KS2, KS3, KS4 and KS5) supporting students unable to access mainstream education. We are part of Stephenson (MK) Trust, where we are committed to finding the right individual to continue to build a strong foundation within our workforce in order to improve the life chances of each of our students.We are looking for an Inclusion Mentor, who will support students in their responses to situations at school and in their home lives which impacts on their learning. You will deal with crisis management and conflict resolution both in and out of the classroom. You will be leading reflective sessions with students so they better understand themselves and the world and will assist the staff team across the Trust in enabling a calm and purposeful environment for education.We are recruiting for people who:Want to make a difference to students and the challenges they experience in lifeWant to help build brighter futuresAre dedicated and committed to being a part of our journeyAre positive, flexible, and resilientCan use their initiativeYou will:Promote all methods of communication and behavioural practice effectively working with line manager to develop and promote strategies to improve behaviour throughout the schoolTake ownership for communicating complex behavioural information and interventions to staff, students and family members / carers / members of staff within the team regarding personal, psycho-social problems in an empathic and supportive wayInteract appropriately, sensitively and effectively with all members of the school community, its stakeholders and the parentsBe a positive role model for all students in the school community: offering fairness, boundaries, compassion through the trauma informed modelBe proactive in maintaining the school environment: taking appropriate action where necessaryManage and effectively deal with difficult situations, using complex problem solving skills to interpret, analyse and resolve / diffuse the situation to a satisfactory outcomeWhy choose our Trust?We can offer you:A welcoming and positive working environment where the wellbeing of both students and staff is a top priorityStrong team ethosAn embedded induction programmeHigh quality professional development and support including bespoke CPDAccess to a Teacher Training SchemeSmall class sizes, with the ability to be truly creative, not prescriptiveProgression opportunities across the TrustFree access to holistic treatments as part of our wellbeing policyPension scheme​​​​​​​Personal qualities such as integrity and being able to work effectively as part of a team are equally as important as experience in this field, which is why staff joining us from different roles and backgrounds are successful in making a difference.Closing date: Midday, Thursday 26th May 2022. Interviews will take place w/c 6th June 2022.Stephenson (MK) Trust is an Equal Opportunities ; We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expect all staff to share this ; This commitment to robust Recruitment, Selection and Induction procedures extends to organisations and services linked to the Trust on its ; An enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service Certificate is required prior to commencement of this postOur reference: SE2785Vacancy: Inclusion MentorLocation: Milton KeynesOption 1:- Pay Range 4 £24,119-£27,276 (FTE), £20,895-£23,630 (Actual) 39 weeks, 37 hours per week, Monday to Friday, term-time only.Option 2: - Pay Range 4 £24,119-£27,276 Actual. 39 weeks, hours per week Monday to Friday, term-time only and the flexibility to take 2 weeks holiday during term time.
      • leicestershire, mid
      • full-time
      • Ashdown Group Limited
      Accountancy and Audit Lecturer – Home based with travelA leading training provider, with offices across the UK are looking for an experienced Audit and Accountancy Lecturer to join their team. The ideal candidate will have BIG 4 experience and be ACA or ACCA qualified with strong technical accounting knowledge, lecturing experience and will have the ability to help others to understand technical accounting practice. This is a brilliant opportunity to join a dynamic and forward thinking organisation and will enable you to travel across the UK presenting to groups of 30-200 audit and accountancy professionals at one time. This role will be varied; 70% Audit and Accountancy lecturing and 30% consultancy / queries and will enable you to contribute to editorial to support the development of their existing portfolio. Key responsibilities will include:Training• Presenting courses across national face to face, online and in house course programmes (circa 100 events per annum)• Keeping up to date with latest technical changes across a wide range of taxes and presenting this in an interesting and engaging style• Writing and developing technical yet practical course materials for use on face to face and online events• Assisting the training event managers with ideas for new courses, conferences and webinarsAudit Consultancy• Provision of consultancy via telephone technical support service, supporting other members of the Audit teamEditorial Development• Contribution to editorial and development of a range of related marketing support products and services, articles for websites, newsletters etcThe salary on offer for this role is up to £65,000 – depending on experience.
      • 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.
      • 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.
      • nottingham, mid
      • part-time
      • Ad Warrior Ltd
      Cover SupervisorSalary: PPS8, £20,852 (pro rata to £15,660 per annum)Hours: hours per week, 39 weeks per yearPosition: PermanentStart date: as soon as possibleThe Academy is looking for a passionate and enthusiastic Cover Supervisor to support Teaching and Learning. The position could be seen as an ideal transition to a career in teaching or similar and offers the opportunity to develop skills within a supportive education setting. There is some flexibility to consider a part-time or job share role.You will join their friendly and successful academy where their supportive and dedicated staff are committed to delivering the best educational opportunities and outcomes for all their students. Their community spirited academy benefits from committed parents, governors and students whose excellent behaviour is testament to the academy’s holistic pastoral and values system. The academy has excellent road and rail transport links and is easily accessible from all major towns and cities in the region including Lincoln, Newark, Grantham and Nottingham.Role summary:•Cover lessons for absent colleagues;•Prepare and deliver work programmes to groups or individual pupils;•Assist with classroom activity;•Promote development and learning (physical, emotional, educational).The Academy is a member of The Priory Federation of Academies Trust, an established and supportive MAT. Their scale allows both flexibility and creativity in terms of career development, with permanent and secondment opportunities across the academies allowing exciting career ; The academy are determined in their mission to improve the life chances of the students and they are equally committed to the wellbeing and development of their staff. All their support staff benefit from annual appraisals, access to CPD opportunities, their Trust Employee Benefits Programme and excellent support from the HR team.If you feel you are a suitable candidate and would like to work for this reputable Academy, then please click apply.The Academies strictly adheres to GDPR regulations. In order to complete your application for this position you will be required to read and agree to the terms of their privacy statement. This will be available for you to read when you commence your application.The Academy is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff to share this commitment. The position is subject to an enhanced DBS disclosure.
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