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birmingham | £40,931
an exciting opportunity exists for a paramedic to join our healthcare team at university college birmingham. you will be expected to play a key role in the developing, teaching and assessment of pre-registration programme delivery, as well as supporting pre- and post-registration programmes and contributing to inter-professional learning opportunities. you will also be involved in the support of mentors and students at clinical placement sites which will include clinical visits, and therefore experience of supporting pre-registration students within the practice environment is essential. the successful candidate will be an experienced practitioner with significant clinical experience in paramedic practice, prehospital or emergency/urgent care setting, who is able to share their knowledge effectively to learners, through their passion and commitment to education, research, and high-quality service delivery. you will be a paramedic registered with the hcpc and able to demonstrate evidence of on-going post-registration professional development, and support will be given to the successful candidate to develop their personal and professional academic portfolio.benefits: 50 days’ paid leave per yearteacher’s pension scheme private healthcare excellent staff development opportunities salary sacrifice car leasing, tech and cycle schemes heavily-subsidised on-site car parkinghybrid working opportunitiesfree gym membership employee assistance programme closing date - monday 22 august 2022 at midday. standard information: ucb is an equal opportunities employer. university college birmingham is proud to have been voted uk university of the year in the prestigious 2022 whatuni student choice awards. we are also the best university for student support. the awards are voted for and by students showcasing the incredible relationships we foster here at university college birmingham between staff and students. ucb has a unique collaborative partnership with the university of warwick (ranked sixth in the 2022 guardian league tables and named the runner-up in the times university of the year 2022 and the times university of the year 2022 for teaching quality). all applicants for employment at the university will be expected to demonstrate an understanding of the principles of safeguarding and the prevent agenda in the context of further and higher education.
Closing on 22 Aug
reigate | £62,363
the starting salary for this role is £62,363 per annum rising to £70,414, working 36 hours per week. are you looking for a new opportunity to develop your career and management experience? are you committed to working as part of a supportive, successful and lexcel accredited in-house legal team that delivers timely, clear and effective legal advice, representation and assistance to the council? are you looking to work in an agile organisation that focusses on outcomes? if so, an exciting opportunity has arisen for a qualified principal solicitor or lawyer to join our management team. we are looking to recruit an experienced principal lawyer, who is a qualified solicitor or lawyer with demonstrable management skills to lead our successful in-house adults, education, litigation and employment team (aele). although the aele team incorporates four different specialisms, we are looking for a principal with a breadth of experience in litigation. you will also be responsible for the overall management of the team supported by senior solicitors from each area. as a principal solicitor you will have an unrivalled opportunity to contribute to the future delivery of a first-class legal service. the successful candidate will be a flexible, motivated and ambitious lawyer with: • experience handling their own caseload of complex litigation work• experience or aptitude for management of a team• experience of building effective relationships at all levels with members and officers • experience of making a positive contribution to a legal service the team is supportive and knowledgeable and there is a commitment to development and training of our in-house talent. our administrative base is located in reigate but we also have an office in weybridge where our support team is based. the council operates an agile working policy so we are able to provide flexibility in terms of where you work. there is an opportunity to work from a number of locations in surrey together with some homeworking. at surrey, our values and behaviours are just as important as our skills and abilities. they shape who we are as an organisation. find out more about the values we follow. additional informationthe job advert closes at 23:59 on 4th september 2022. interviews will take place on thursday 22nd september 2022 at our weybridge office (dakota, de havilland dr, weybridge, kt13 0yp) this post has been designated as a politically restricted post in accordance with the local government and housing act 1989. contact details for an informal discussion please contact deborah chantler by e-mail at .uk. we look forward to receiving your application, please click on the apply online button below to submit. benefits from flexible working to job sharing (where possible) we are committed to providing a healthy work life balance. a laptop and mobile will be supplied if applicable to your role. you will benefit from 26 days annual leave, rising to 28 days after 2 years' service, a generous local government salary related pension, as well as the option to join our car lease scheme. for more information about the wide variety of benefits you can take advantage of please visit mybenefits for surrey county council staff. our commitment surrey county council is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. we want to be an inclusive and diverse employer of first choice reflecting the community we serve and particularly welcome applications from all under represented groups.
Closing on 09 Sep
leatherhead | £35,000
we are recruiting for a maintenance assistant to provide day to day building services maintenance and repairs.you will support existing teams on site, making sure that assets are maintained, and keep documented evidence that the maintenance has been carried out.this is a great opporunity to join a busy team. uniform will be provided, and you'll get free parking on site.main duties: carry out planned preventative maintenance and reactive repairsto ensure health and safety compliance on the sites.making sure services are carried out in accordance with the specification and company standards.making sure all sub-contractors are monitored effectivelymaking sure the worked carreid out is quality and to standardliaise and actively work with internal and external service delivery teams to ensure consistency of service delivery and compliance of kpi's.follow and observe site rules and proceduresinteract with building tenants and update facilities managers on issuessupport the hard services manager with his day to day role to be successful in the role, you will need: previous experience in a maintenance technicial roleproven track record of maintenance and repairs, hard services ppm what will you get in return?a pension scheme- to save for the future - eligibility rules applyaccess to high street discountsaccess to low interest loansrecognition scheme 'ocs stars'- monetary rewards given to top performerstraining and development- apprenticeships, e-learning, english as a second language and our award nominated 'impact' programmelong service awardscycle to work scheme- discounted bicyclesaccess to our employee assistance programme- 24-7 wellbeing supportwhy join ocs group uk ltd?ocs prides itself as a company with strong family values and we are passionate about hiring people who demonstrate the same.we take care of you; we act safely and responsibly; we are trustworthy; we work as experts. if you share these values, we want you to be part of our team.ocs have a well-respected brand and our colleagues are empowered to be the best version of themselves. we offer job stability and are committed to developing our colleagues by offering more than just a job. we are a financially stable business who continues to be privately owned since its inception in 1900.we reward those who demonstrate our values and since the launch of our ocs star recognition scheme we have rewarded nearly 1,500 colleagues with monetary vouchers, certificates, and public recognition within the business.we invest and support the growth of our people and are currently sponsoring over 310 colleagues who are enrolled in a variety of apprenticeship programmes, ranging from level 3 qualifications in customer service to degree programmes in leadership. if you want to develop you career, ocs is a great choice.ocs offers the family feel of smaller organisations although large enough to offer so many opportunities. we recognise your efforts and contribution and show our appreciation through a variety of reward schemes which in turn results in our colleagues staying with ocs. our business is the family you can choose, and our people stay for the friendships, opportunities, and career fulfilment we offer
Closing on 05 Sep
banham | £22,880
job title: maintenance assistant salary: £22,880 per annum location: acorn park school, norwich hours: 40 hours per week contract: permanent if you really want to make your mark in a rapidly growing business that is committed to improving the lives of children and young people, we have the role for you! about us acorn park is a residential special educational needs (sen) school, set within a 30acre private estate. we educate up to 107 young people across the breadth of the autistic spectrum and ensure they live, learn and play in a holistic, happy and safe environment. our dedicated, knowledgeable team of onsite education specialists are part of each student’s everyday life at home, at school and during leisure activities, which guarantees that each individual makes progress. our classrooms are well-resourced and class groups are small, with no more than 8 young people supported by a team of at least one qualified teacher, a higher level teaching assistant and a teaching assistant in every class. for some young people, additional support is also provided. our autism-specific approach means that every young person’s learning needs, communication requirements and social interaction skills are met. our school includes primary, secondary and post-16 provision. for young people working within, or close to, age-related expectations, our curriculum is based on the national curriculum. for our secondary pupils, we offer specialist teaching in almost all subjects and a wide range of optional subjects in key stage 4. for young people with moderate or severe learning difficulties, we offer a pre-formal and semi-formal curriculum using the eyfs framework or equals. about the role undertake porterage and handyperson duties, including moving goods and furniture, painting, minor repairs to property, fixtures, fittings and equipmentensure reactive grounds maintenance is dealt with in a timely and safe mannerclearance of drains and gullies, general tidying, snow clearance, gritting, etcliaise with external contractors on work beyond the scope of general maintenance and ensure they are aware of any potential hazards connected with their presence on the premisesensure the health and safety of all on site at all times by helping to manage the school’s health and safety procedures including the reporting of incidents as appropriatebe responsible for the security of the premises and its contents, including the operation of fire alarms. you will undertake locking buildings, checking and securing windows and internal doors the working pattern will be 40 hours per week, monday to friday. once a week you will be required to work 1100 to 1900hrs. on call out of hours one week a month. as well as reasonable additional time as is necessary to adequately fulfil the requirements of the role. who we are looking for? we are inviting applications from individuals with experience of basic maintenance and repair across all areas. a strong all-round knowledge and skill base in a multi trade environment would be preferable. under direction, you will deliver an efficient and effective maintenance service within the school, residential setting and grounds. you will be required to understand and follow health and safety guidance and ensure that the practices and procedures are conducted in line with our health and safety policy.you will have the ability to learn quickly and respond to the ever changing needs and demands of the role.you will be able to work under pressure in difficult situations and carry out a planned system of maintenance checks.you will be highly motivated and enthusiastic, able to prioritise, manage and organise your own workload.you will be a team player, working well within a small team, as well as having the ability to work independently.you will be required to be on call, one week in four, to ensure that damage is responded to and safety is maintained as soon as it occurs. therefore you will need to have a driving licence and possess your own transport. why join us? benefits your health and wellbeing are important to us, so you’ll get an exceptional reward package including: life assurancepension scheme with options to increase your contributions"your wellbeing matters" - access to a wide range of first-class mental health support services and physical health checks and a market-leading benefit offering through our flexible benefits platform, vista, enables you to choose the package that’s right for you, including: a wide range of health, wellbeing, and insurance benefits100’s of discount options valid in the uk and abroadcycle to work schemeselectric car purchase schemecritical illness cover and that’s not all, we place the outcomes of the children and vulnerable young adults in our services at the heart of everything we do, so you’ll wake every day in the knowledge that your role will have a significant positive impact on the lives of others. for over 16 years options autism have provided care and education to children, young people and adults with autism, complex needs and learning difficulties. as part of outcomes first group we are leading our sector in setting and delivering new approaches that provide measurable outcomes for those in our care. we are committed to the safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people. all successful applicants will be subject to a fully enhanced dbs. a full application form must be completed with all employment dates accurate and gaps in employment accounted for.
Closing on 29 Aug