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Woodlands Care Centre, Macclesfield

We require experienced

Dental Technicians

Registered General Nurse Salary: £17ph There is a fantastic opportunity to join the dedicated team of a small privatelyowned nursing home in Macclesfield currently caring for up to 24 elderly residents. A contract for 36 hours per week is available with a mix of days and night shifts on offer. Shifts are 12 hours with paid breaks. For more information or to apply please ring: 01625 432471

A & H Carlisle Ltd, Commercial Services is looking to recruit a

HGV Mechanic Terms negotiable dependent on experience. Contact Dave on 07498 284385 or email aandhcarlisleltd@aol.com

Help to create an Ireland where every young person’s mental health is valued and supported. Our clinical team in Jigsaw Donegal is growing. If you are an experienced Psychologist, Social Worker, Occupational Therapist, Mental Health Nurse, or ICP-registered Psychotheraptist, we are hiring for the role of Senior Jigsaw Clinician.

to join our team. We are a well established, multi award winning, full service laboratory providing dental restorations and services to the dental market throughout Ireland. Call Stephen Ginn on 0289 0370708 for details or email stephen@mcdowell-service.com with your C.V.

Apply at jigsaw.ie/workwithus Registered Charity Number: CHY 17439

The Honourable Society of The Middle Temple EVENTS CASUAL VACANCIES - APPLY NOW!

We offer an equal opportunities working environment with all usual holidays and pension scheme. All salaries would be commensurate upon experience.

Senior Mental Health Practitioner Salary - £32,893-42,616 Location - Co Down, Co Armagh Full and Part Time posts available Newry & District GP Federations are recruiting for Senior Mental Health Practitioners to work within GP practices. The role and function of the Senior Mental Health Practitioner is to work as a core member of the new MDTs alongside the GP in his/ her practice providing a first contact mental health service to patients across the lifespan who present in General Practice with a mental health issue. The Senior Mental Health Practitioner will have a critical role in signposting and / or referring patients and will have a critical interface role with Trust primary mental health care teams, primary care mental health and wellbeing hubs, recovery colleges, and the community mental health teams for older people. For more information please contact info@southernfsu.co.uk or call 0283 0262 722. A drop-in information session regarding this new post has been arranged between 18:00 - 20:00 on Wednesday 4th September at the Canal Court, Newry. The closing date for applications will be 09:00 Monday 16th September. www.southernfsu.co.uk Twitter: @southern_fsu

Are you looking for some work, to fit around your existing commitments? Middle Temple is looking for reliable, hardworking event wait staff to join our events team. We take pride in delivering high quality events to our members and external clients. You will have the opportunity to work on a wide variety of events from dinners and lectures to weddings and canape parties. You will have the opportunity to learn from our experienced events team how to deliver gold standard events, to some of the most prestigious clients in London. The successful candidates must be self-motivated, have a passion for good food and wine service, show calmness under pressure and be able to work in a team. To apply, please send your CV to: recruitment@middletemple.org.uk Deadline: Sunday 1 September 2019

We have two opportunities for experienced, independent Lay Members to join Hammersmith & Fulham CCG's governing body. Local individuals with strong links to public and patient engagement are sought. As a member of the CCG Governing body, Lay Members are key individuals in the team that ensure the CCG exercises its functions effectively, efficiently, economically, with good governance and in accordance with the terms of the CCG's constitution. In taking decisions as part of the Governing Body, they help ensure that: • • • •

the interests of patients and the community remain at the heart of discussions and decisions; the CCG commissions the highest quality services, maintaining a consistent focus on quality, integration and innovation; decisions are taken with regard to securing the best use of the public money; the CCG, secures health services that are provided to our local population in a way which promotes the NHS Constitution, improves individuals' health and wellbeing, supports them to keep mentally and physically mil, to get better when they are ill and, when the individual cannot fully recover, to stay as well as they can to the end of their lives; • the CCG is responsive to the views of local people and promotes self-care and shared decision-making in all aspects of its business; and • good governance remains central at all times Specifically, we are looking to recruit two lay members in Hammersmith and Fulham CCG, to start immediately.

MDT TEAM MANAGER – LOCAL AREA COORDINATOR (LAC) Contract Type Schedule Type Work Hours Salary Information

Permanent Full Time 36.5 Hours Week £43,662 - £54,574

As part of the Customer Journey, Birmingham is delighted to provide an exciting opportunity within Birmingham City Council. The post will be to manage a small team supporting constituencies, one placed per constituency and to have o versight and drive the mapping and connections between community assets and citizens. The MDT Team Manager – Local Area Coordinator role is a key element of transforming practice, supported by the rollout of 3 conversations model. Key focus of MDT Team Manager – LAC role: • Co-production within communities to build resilience within local communities through development of networks and innovative local solutions, to reduce the impact of funded packages of care and the need for formal services. (Prevention and demand reduction strategy).

Headteacher Required for January or April 2020 Salary: L30-35 The Directors of Uffculme Academy Trust are seeking to appoint an experienced, dynamic and inspirational Headteacher to lead Holyrood Academy. This is an exciting opportunity for a leader who embodies our key values of equality, ambition and excellence. We are seeking an individual who inspires confidence and trust, who builds exceptional relationships with staff, students and families and who wants to lead a school which is both high performing and inclusive. We believe that the key to a successful school is a great culture and we are looking for a leader to build and develop our ethos inside and outside of the classroom securing high levels of buy in from all stakeholders.

• Already dependent on services to build personal connections, use of community assets, reducing reliance on formal services (reduction service dependency) and reduce the need for service (capacity building)

Holyrood Academy is an 11-18 Academy in Somerset with approximately 1250 students on roll. It is situated in the centre of the market town of Chard and it is the only secondary school in the town.

• Support citizens may they be known/not known to build their own, family and community resilience

Holyrood was last inspected in 2013 when it achieved an Outstanding rating.

DBS Enhanced Adults required

Outcomes have been historically strong and despite the considerable challenges brought by the changes to KS4 programmes of study, we have consistently achieved a positive progress 8 score placing us as reliably one of the top performing secondary schools in Somerset.

For informal enquiries, please contact: FIONA C MOULD Group Manager for Quality and Practice Learning Team Phone number: 07900136055 Email Address: fiona.c.mould@birmingham.gov.uk

For further information and an application pack please visit: https://www.holyroodacademy.com/vacancies

Remuneration: £10,750 - £21,500 per annum, depending on the time commitment (5-10 days per month) required of the role and some of which may be required in the evenings, depending on the needs of the role. It is likely to start at five days and kept under review. Time Commitment: The CCG undertakes most of its corporate meetings on Tuesday afternoons. Lay members are expected to be available every Tuesday afternoon when Governing Body meetings are held in public (four times a year), Governing Body seminars (at least one a month and two every other month), sub-committee meetings (held once a month). Additionally the lay members will need to be available to attend and chair the CCG's patient reference group every other month. As the CCG is part of the NW London Collaboration of CCGs there are meetings for NW London wide committees that are held on Thursdays which may require some lay member attendance. Mark Easton, Accountable Officer also holds quarterly briefings with all lay members across NW London which tend to be in the early evening around a week before Governing Body meetings. Tenure: initially an appointment to 31 March 2020, with the possibility of reappointment for a maximum of two further three-year terms. Candidates need to either live in the CCG area or be able to demonstrate a very strong association with it This is essential in order to ensure that they have a good understanding of the local issues affecting people living in the CCG area and can bring these to the discussions of the Governing Body and its committees. Additionally, they will need to have excellent leadership skills and the ability to establish credibility with all stakeholders and partners. They should bring different perspectives to the CCG, drawn from different professions, roles, backgrounds and experience. These differing insights into the range of challenges and opportunities racing the CCG will ensure that it can take a balanced view across the whole of its business. For an informal discussion about these roles, please contact Janet Cree, Managing Director, by e-mail janetcree@nhs.net or by telephone: 0203 350 4368.The information packs for the roles, eligibility criteria etc, can be found on our website: https://www.hammersmithfulhamccg.nhs.uk/news,-publications-policies/publiations-policies.aspx?n=10538 Applications should be made to mark.jarvis1@nhs.net by submitting your CV along with a one-to-two paged covering letter that sets out clearly: • why you are interested in the role; • what you feel you will bring to it/them; • your links to the Hammersmith and Fulham are; and • confirmation that you have read and both understand and met the eligibility criteria.

The closing date for applications is 5pm, 6 September. Interviews will take place on 18 September. However, if this date is inconvenient please still consider an application and we will try and accommodate an alternative date.


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Team Manager Initial Response Team Ref: SWC/19/05465 £36,876 - £40,760 plus £4,000 annual supplement (pro rata for part time) You will be responsible for ensuring high quality and timely assessments lead to effective planning and interventions with the most vulnerable children and families in Devon. You will ensure our planning for looked after children enables them to be kept safe, maximises their potential, achieves permanence and leads to a successful transition to adulthood. You will work with your Team Manager colleagues in the area to ensure that every Devon child, no matter where they live, receives the same quality service.

Team Manager Children and Families Ref: SWC/19/05464 £36,876 To : £40,760 plus £4,000 annual supplement (pro rata for part time) You will be responsible for ensuring high quality and timely intervention and effective planning with the most vulnerable children and families in Devon. You will ensure our planning for looked after children enables them to be kept safe, maximises their potential, achieves permanence and leads to a successful transition to adulthood. You will work with your Team Manager colleagues in the area to ensure that every Devon child, no matter where they live, receives the same quality service.

x1 Full Time, Permanent Post - Assistant Team Manager (Permenancy & Transistion Team - Totnes). x1 Full Time, Permanent Post - Assistant Team Manager (Initial Response Team - Tiverton). x1 Full Time, Fixed Term Maternity Cover - Assistant Team Manager (Childrens & Families Team - Tiverton.) This role is open to Internal DCC Applicants on a 9-12 Month Secondment. Ref: SWC/19/05463 Please include your preference of position/ Locality in your application. There is an opportunity for an Assistant Team Manager post in Mid and East Devon based in Tiverton, Initial Response team and Follaton House, South Devon Totnes. As an Assistant Team Manager, you will lead, supervise and manage a team of social workers, including unqualified Family Practitioners; overseas Social Workers and newly qualified social workers in their Assessed & Supported Year in Employment. You will do this in partnership with the Team manager, ensuring timely assessments and throughput of work. You will also have the opportunity to work with partnership agencies closely with Early Help, ensuring each family has access to the right service at the right time. For more information and to apply please visit: https://www.devonjobs.gov.uk/ and search with the reference number. We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and vulnerable adults, and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. This role requires a DBS disclosure. This role requires the ability to fulfil all spoken aspects of the role with confidence and fluency in English.

We are looking to recruit: • Assistant Housing Manager • Assistant Care Manager • Care Administrator • Domestics/Cleaners • Day and Night Care Staff • Caterer for Bistro


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Bryn Marl Nursing Home Asset Management Technical Officer – Stock Investment Salary Band F Salary: £26,640 - £33,526 per annum Location: Dumfries 35 Hours, 5 Days a Week Working with older people is more than just a job, it’s a privilege. In this new role you will; • Create a dynamic and ever-changing work environment • Develop and deliver great customer experiences • Develop and challenge yourself every day • Create GREAT Places to live • Enjoy an informal, non-bureaucratic, fun and productive workplace About The Role This role is an exciting opportunity to be part of our Asset Management team, providing support to the Assistant Asset Manager Stock Investment in providing an exceptional Planned Maintenace service. You will supervise contracts, professional consultants, specialists and contractors, ensuring projects are completed in the most efficient way in accordance with the contract documentation, KPI’s performance, and technical and performance specifications. You will support the team in delivering the asset management strategy with GREAT values, innovation, excellent customer service and high levels of satisfaction. We are looking for an individual who:• Is qualified to a minimum HNC Level of a construction related discipline or equivalent relevant practical experience (MRICS/MCIOB.CIHM or equivalent preferred). • Has experience of working in property services in social housing and/or the private sector • Has good organisational/time management skills and the ability to work calmly and professionally under pressure. Please follow https://loreburn.org.uk/recruitment/current-vacancies/ for further information on how to apply to access the full role profile. For an informal discussion and more information about the post contact Andrew Jones, Assistant Asset Manager (Stock Investment) on 01387 321360. Closing date for applications: Friday 30th August 2019 at 9am Interviews: Thursday 12th September 2019

Nurses Bryn Marl Nursing Home, Llandudno Junction and Coed Isaf EMI Nursing Home, Llanrhos requires

Qualified Nurses for days and nights. Full and part time. Excellent rates of pay and training opportunities. For further information contact Marilla Pugh 07747533428 or brynmarl@brynmarl.co.uk or coedisaf@coedisaf.co.uk


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Experienced Class 1 Tipper Driver Required by

LJM Haulage, Appleby We offer an excellent above average salary and other fringe benefits including pension plan & pleasant working environment, good equipment & no weekend work. Nights out are a requirement

Telephone Ian on 07840 127721

We are rapidly expanding business operating in the Biomass, Plant Hire & Haulage Sectors. Due to an ever-increasing work load we now require the following:

HGV Mechanic / Workshop Foreman We are looking for highly motivated, enthusiastic individual with excellent mechanical skills and be familiar working in a fast-paced environment along with working alongside other team members. Salary: ÂŁ35k - ÂŁ45k (depending on experience) Use of company vehicle. Must have at experience. Apply in writing with your CV to hr@tphcumbria.co.uk


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Qualified Dental Nurse to work in a busy Orthodontic Practice Full time position Monday - Friday 8:30am - 5:30pm (40 hours) No experience needed in Orthodontics, but must hold a qualification in Dental Nursing Level 3 or Diploma Please contact: 01603 767747 for further information or email your CV to smileorthodontics.norwich@nhs.net

COVER SUPERVISOR Required from September 2019 ALT GRADE E: £19,363 - £20,344 (pro rata – depending on experience) HOURS: 30 hours per week WEEKS: Term time plus 5 training days The College is looking to appoint a Cover Supervisor. The postholder will provide classroom supervision when teachers are absent. The post would suit an individual with experience of working with young people, although full training and support will be provided. In line with our commitment to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of our students, appointment will be subject to DBS check and satisfactory references. Applicants are thanked for their interest in Cromwell Community College. Please note that only candidates shortlisted for interview will be contacted. We are unable to accept CVs. Full details and applications available from: Mrs J MacMahon, Cromwell Community College, Wenny Road, Chatteris, Cambs, PE16 6UU Tel: 01354 692193 Email: jmacmahon@cromwell.cambs.sch.uk Application pack available online at: www.cromwellcc.org.uk


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Assistant Engineer Salary: £21,589 - £31,371 A great opportunity for someone looking to start or develop a career in Highways Engineering including the opportunity to undertake either a Civil Engineering or Project Management qualification. Cambridgeshire County Council are looking for Assistant Engineers to join a fast-paced projects team delivering small and medium-sized highway schemes across Cambridgeshire. We’re looking for strong team players interested in working with a variety of professional and community partners across Cambridgeshire and you’ll be joining a team that prides itself in developing talent with a wide range of projects to deliver on a rolling annual programme. Cambridgeshire County Council’s Place and Economy Directorate delivers services across areas such as transport, new infrastructure, roads, and the environment. It aims to manage and deliver the growth and development of sustainable communities, meet the challenges of climate change and enhance the natural environment. This role is based within the Highways service which manages, maintains and improves the county’s transport network and is responsible for the county's transport assets. The Highways Service operates from a number of bases across Cambridgeshire, with a central base in Huntingdon. We are flexible about work location, but the ability to travel to different locations is essential. As an Assistant Engineer, you will play a key role in the design and delivery of a range of highway schemes, from minor improvements to major redesigns and carriageway reconstruction, taking them from feasibility through to construction and closeout. You will have experience in the design, planning and construction of local transport projects, strong communication skills and a proactive approach to partnership working. Interviews will be held on the 12th September. For informal enquiries please contact Matt Staton, Interim Highway Projects and Road Safety Manager on 01223 699652

Not your average job Start an extraordinary career in childcare and education Meet Tiffany, a qualified practitioner who has been working in Childbase Partnership nurseries for over 8 years. Hear why she chose a career in childcare below: Why did you decide on a career in childcare? Because I feel a sense of accomplishment every time I help a child learn a new skill – I think a job in childcare is very fulfilling and you really see your teaching efforts blossom with each and every day. Why do you enjoy working for Childbase? It’s an outstanding company that really values it’s employees; I feel a part of the team and the team feels like one big family. What advice would you give to someone considering a career in childcare? Taking care of children during their early years is simply one of the most fulfilling parts of being a practitioner.

Recruitment event

Wednesday 4th September 10am – 7pm Held at Seabrook Day Nursery, 32 Lewsey Road, Luton, Bedford LU4 0EP

We would love to see you there Contact us on recruitment@childbase.com www.childbasepartnership.com/vacancies

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Greenways Care Home are looking for staff in the following areas:

Class 2 Driver required Clean Licence, 25+

Come Join Our Expanding Team

Nationwide Multi-drop experience required 45hrs Basic pay plus overtime, call for information 01604 644247 Emma@houghtonhams.co.uk

Exciting opportunities available for fully qualified & experienced Gas Safe Heating Engineers also experienced at bathroom installations.

Bank staff day and night Cook House keepers Activities Co-ordinator full and part time positions available Please call Zoe on 01926 633294

Salary OTE circa £40k, must have full UK driving license.

Are looking for a new challenge?

Please call 01386 556 643 for more information and email CV to info@1stcall24-7.co.uk

If so we may have the job for you! We are looking to recruit to a number of roles including

Nurses (RGN/RMN) £17.20 per hour Assistant Managers £9.98 - £10.50 per hour Care Assistants £8.40 - £8.60 per hour Nightcare Assistants £9.00 - £9.30 per hour Support Workers (House Keeping) £8.30 & Catering Opportunities £8.40 - £8.80 per hour Full/ Part Time & Relief Positions available throughout Shropshire and term time opportunities are available for students We are looking for caring, sensitive, compassionate individuals to join our team to support the delivery of a high quality service to our service users, enhancing their quality of life, whilst promoting independence. We provide person centered care which starts with a care plan for every resident.

Vehicle Technician Boldmere Service & MOT Centre have been in business for over 10 years, we are very busy with lots of mechanical work. We are looking to employ a qualified Vehicle Technician to be able to work on their own initiative and also as part of the team.

If this sounds like you please apply directly at www.carehomejob.co.uk or alternatively for an informal discussion please contact a member of the HR team on 01743 283200

• Must have at least 2 years practical experience. • We offer training and experience • Salary £25k up to £35k depending on experience

Coverage care is a not for profit organisation with 14 care homes in Shropshire providing EMI, Nursing and Residential facilities.

Please send CV to: waynegavan@hotmail.com Contact: 0121 355 1196

Nurse (RGN/RMN) Shropshire – various hours available - £17.20 per hour We are looking for caring, sensitive, compassionate individuals to join our senior care team to support the delivery of a high quality service to our service users, enhancing their quality of life, whilst promoting independence. We provide person centered care which starts with a care plan for every resident. Documented in this are all the daily living activities needs and preferences; therefore your duties will include, overseeing clinical interventions, oversight of medical administration along with administering medication and clinical procedures. Experience of caring for others in a care setting is essential. You must be a registered nurse (RGN/RMN) with an active nurse pin and up to date clinical knowledge. In return we will also: • Offer a competitive salary. • Offer all employees a broad range of clinical training & development opportunities Employee Assistance Programme • Free Staff Uniform • Paid breaks • Provide a set 2 week rolling rota pattern to include working alternate weekends.

If you would like to join our team please apply on line at www.coveragecareservices.co.uk/recruitment or contact the home directly on 01743 283216 for an informal discussion.


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District SENCOs (7 posts) From Teachers' mainscale to upper payscale depending on experience + TLR 2a + SEN point Various Locations: Thoresby House, Darwin Drive, New Ollerton NG22 9FF; Meadow House, Littleworth, Mansfield NG18 2TB; or Sir John Robinson Way, Arnold NG5 6DA. The allocation of a base will be discussed at interview.

Principal Traffic Systems Engineer

There are vacancies for seven full time District SENCOs. These are new posts that have been created following a review of the use of High Needs Funding in Nottinghamshire and a subsequent public consultation.

Salary: £36,876 - £43,662 per annum

The posts are open to qualified teachers who have demonstrable experience of providing appropriate support and provision for children and young people with complex special educational needs and/or disabilities. Previous experience of either the SENCO or Family SENCO role is particularly desirable, as is an understanding of Nottinghamshire's funding systems for supporting children and young people with special educational needs. The posts are available on a job share and/or part-time basis.

With City of Culture just around the corner and ambitious plans for growth, there are exciting times ahead for Coventry. Do you want to be involved in the build up to City of Culture and the innovative work going on with traffic signals thorough Coventry and the West Midlands region?

Successful candidates will be part of Schools and Families Specialist Services (SFSS) and will play a key role in the development and evolution of new locality ways of working and collaborative decision-making, in relation to children and young people with SEND. These posts are intended to complement the work of the Family SENCOs and to support SENCOs in their allocated district. In addition, the post holder will provide some case work capacity to one of three specialist teams within SFSS: • Early Years; • Cognition and Learning; or • Communication and Interaction Applicants are asked to explicitly state which of the above specialist strands they are applying for on their application form. There is one vacancy for a District SENCO with an Early Years specialism; four vacancies for District SENCOs with a Cognition and Learning specialism; and two vacancies for District SENCOs with a Communication and Interaction background. You will be expected to be very flexible and will need to be highly motivated and have a good understanding of the school curriculum at all phases. You should have a positive approach to inclusion and have a clear understanding of the strategies used to develop inclusive practice in schools and settings for pupils with SEND, particularly in relation to the specialist team for which you are applying. Although allocated to a district, the successful candidates are likely to be required to undertake case work across the county or to support a fellow District SENCO in a neighbouring district. Closing date: 9th September 2019 Interview date: District SENCO post with an Early Years specialism - Morning of 18 September 2019; District SENCO posts with a Communication & Interaction specialism - Afternoon of 18 September 2019; District SENCO posts with a cognition and learning specialism - 20 September 2019

If you feel that this appeals to you, an opportunity has arisen for a Principal Officer within the UTMC team. In this role you will manage the day to day development and operation of Coventry’s traffic systems to ensure that traffic of all modes moves around the city safely and efficiently in support of the continued growth of the city. The successful candidate will have responsibility for key areas including urban traffic control, Intelligent Transport Systems, traffic signal design/implementation and maintenance of the existing UTMC assets. Key to this role will be having experience in the design and operation of traffic signals, ITS equipment and traffic control systems, the ability to develop innovative solutions, providing leadership to individuals and teams and working successfully with key partners and stakeholders to keep traffic moving within the city. A keen interest in the innovation agenda, CAVs, Internet of Things is desirable. You will also need to be flexible and be able to undertake some weekend and /or evening work to provide UTMC cover when there are major events on in the city and we expect an increase in traffic volumes, such as Rugby and Football matches, pop concerts and events such as Motofest and half marathons. Overtime or time off in lieu is available for this work. You will have plenty of opportunity to get involved in several projects as Coventry is embarking on an exciting period of growth and is getting prepared for City of Culture 2021.

For further discussion please contact the relevant Senior Practitioner for the strand to which you wish to apply: 0115 854 6464.

To apply for this role please provide a CV with a supporting statement that outlines how your technical skills and experience match the requirements of the role as set out in the job description. If you have any questions about this role and would like an informal discussion, please call Ben Gray the Highway Network Manager on 07793218899

Apply on-line at www.nottinghamshire.gov.uk

Working Hours: 37.0 Hours per Week Interview Date: 16/09/2019

Equality in Services and Employment

Senior Development Management Engineer Salary: £31,371 - £37,849 per annum

Approved Mental Health Professional / Mental Health Social Worker £36,876 - £43,662 per annum

Looking for a new challenge? Then look no further! We have a vacancy for suitably qualified Social Worker to join our Recovery Team at Swanswell Point in Coventry.

Do you hold a BTEC Higher in Civil Engineering or equivalent in the same field OR proven experience of working in a flood risk and drainage environment? We are looking for an experienced Sustainable Drainage and Infrastructure Drainage Engineer to join the City Council’s Development Management team. You will provide expert advice on the management of surface water flood risk and water quality management in response to consultation referrals from the Councils Planning team. You will also assist the with the Council meeting its responsibilities as the Lead Local Flood Authority. Good working knowledge, understanding and experience of surface water flood risk management, sustainable drainage techniques, flood risk assessments and drainage construction is essential. A good understanding and knowledge of flood risk mapping and GIS based systems is also essential. The post holder will have:

The focus of our work is on those people living with chronic & enduring mental disorders. The work is wide ranging & age independent, covering all of Coventry. We work closely with carers/families, many third sector agencies and specialist providers to enable our citizens to have the best opportunity to manage their recovery and maximise their life opportunities. The range of complex mental health, legal and social circumstances offer social workers the opportunity to really broaden their skills in this area of work. We are a team consisting of some 50+ staff and are multi-disciplinary, including qualified and unqualified practitioners. We are a busy, supportive team who truly embrace working in an integrated way. We offer excellent support, encourage professional growth and development through multi-disciplinary working and regular professional supervision & post qualifying training. We are centrally based in Coventry. We have local amenities, including easy access to the City Centre and an excellent transport network. We support agile working although being a very busy multi-disciplinary team requires workers to be regularly on-site to partake in team meetings, allocation meetings, supervision sessions etc.

BTEC Higher in Civil Engineering or equivalent in the same field OR proven experience of working in a flood risk and drainage environment. Knowledge of drainage engineering and the management and maintenance of drainage networks Knowledge of design, detailing, and preparation of drainage schemes, including inspection of drainage construction schemes. Good verbal and written communication skills and a structured approach to record keeping. Working Hours: 37.0 Hours per Week Interview Date: 19/09/2019 In return, we can offer you an excellent pension scheme, 'MyCar' scheme, flexible working, interest-free loans on annual travel cards, discounts at a number of city centre restaurants, shops and other establishments. Coventry City Council is committed to delivering the best possible services and improving the quality of life for Coventry people. In order to do this effectively we aim to have a workforce that represents the diverse communities we serve, embracing and utilising the broad range of skills, experiences and perspectives this brings. We are committed to making our recruitment practices as inclusive as possible for all. This includes making adjustments or changes for people who have a disability or long-term health condition.

For further information and to apply please visit: www.wmjobs.co.uk We would specifically welcome applications from practicing AMHP’s who will be expected to participate in the city-wide rota for Mental Health Act assessments.Social Workers and other Mental Health professionals who wish to achieve AMHP status are also encouraged to apply. We have an excellent record of support and training newly qualified social workers to become experienced mental health professionals.

Need help with your application? If you would like support in completing your application, then help is available at the Job Shop. Coventry City Council’s Job Shop is a free service for all Coventry residents. Come in and see one of our dedicated advisers and receive 1 to 1 support.

If you are a good team player, looking for job satisfaction and a challenge then contact Simon McGarry or Teresa Jones for an informal chat on 02476961209 or email simon.mcgarry@coventry.gov.uk or teresa.jones @coventry.gov.uk

We are open Monday-Friday 9.15-4.30pm (Thursday 10.30)

Closing date: 20/9/2019 Interview date: 11/10/2019

Email: jobshop@coventry.gov.uk

Address: 1 Bull Yard, Coventry, CV1 1LH Phone: 024 7678 5740

Website: http://www.coventry.gov.uk/jobshop


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POLICE AND CRIME COMMISSIONER FOR HUMBERSIDE

APPOINTMENT OF CHIEF EXECUTIVE £78k - £88K The Chief Executive is a critical player in supporting the PCC and this vacancy presents an opportunity to find someone who will bring new ideas, skills and experience.

St. Francis Special School, Wickenby Cresent, Ermine Estate, Lincoln, Lincolnshire. LN1 3TJ

The Chief Executive's role is to support, advise, enable and facilitate the delivery of the Police and Crime Plan whilst concurrently undertaking statutory duties and responsibilities. The PCC considers the following four areas of responsibility to be critical for the successful candidate:

Grade: G6: £22,911 - £25,295

1. Leadership and Management 3. Partnership Working

We are looking for a confident, caring responsible leader, who is reflective and professional. Who can exhibit a great understanding of residential special schools.

2. Strategic Planning and Operational Delivery 4. Statutory Oversight and Advice

If you believe you have the broad range of skills, experience and personal qualities and you are excited about the prospect of working in this vital role please contact the office and request further information. If you wish to obtain further information on this role, you can contact the current Chief Executive, Martin Scoble, for an informal discussion on 01482 220787. This will not form part of the selection process. To request an application form and information pack email: carly.eldon@humberside.pnn.police.uk

Senior Residential Care Officer

In this role the individual should demonstrate creative thinking and must be passionate about care and committed to enriching and creating a safe, stimulating environment. In this role you will deputise in the absence of the PRCO, undertaking all senior responsibilities and a mentor to staff. You will oversee the 24 hour curriculum to the young people and maintaining a safe working environment.

Residential Care Officer Grade: G4: £19,171 - £20,344 We are looking for an enthusiastic, positive and inspiring individual who is reflective and professional and can exhibit an understanding of the needs within a residential special school. In this role the individual should demonstrate creative thinking and be passionate about all aspects of care required by the young people in this provision. The individual must be committed to working with our team to enable each residence to achieve their own level of independence, and enriching the lives of the young people by creating a safe caring, stimulating working environment.

Cook in Charge The Lincolnshire Adult Care, Occupational Therapy Service is changing. We are starting a two year transformation journey which will see significant investment into the Service to improve outcomes for people and the experience for staff. We are growing from three to four teams, which will include a mixture of occupational therapy and community care officer roles.

Principal Occupational Therapist Grade: G12: £43,622 - £50,430 Initially on a two year fixed term basis, the Principal Occupational Therapist will work with a range of stakeholders, internal and external to the council, to develop new ways of working which will demonstrate improved outcomes for the residents of Lincolnshire.

Occupational Therapy Lead Practitioner Grade: G11 £38,813 - £43,622 Initially on a two year fixed term basis, the Occupational Therapy Lead Practitioner role in North and South Kesteven will be responsible for the line management of staff in the Grantham, Sleaford and Stamford offices. For both roles you will need to hold an occupational therapy qualification which is current and must be registered with the HCPC. You will have experience of providing an equipment and adaptations assessment service and the leadership/line management of staff. You must be able to travel Countywide to meet the needs of the service and be able to travel within a timely manner. You will need to provide effective support and supervision to the staff you manage, have good communication and IT skills; be able to manage your day to day work efficiently, produce work to a high standard and work collaboratively with other agencies and stakeholders. If you feel you have the skills and knowledge to meet the requirements of this role, we welcome your application. For an informal discussion about the role please contact Gareth Everton, Head of Transformation, Occupational Therapy and Integration on 01522 554055 or gareth.everton@lincolnshire.gov.uk. On occasion we receive significantly more applications than expected for some vacancies and under such circumstances we reserve the right to bring forward the closing date of the advertisement. We therefore strongly advise you to apply for the role promptly to avoid disappointment should the closing date be brought forward. We operate a 'Silver Medallist' talent pool scheme whereby candidates who are not successful on this occasion may be considered for a period of up to 3 months for similar positions. Lincolnshire 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 our workforce to reflect the make-up of the community we serve. Therefore we welcome all applications irrespective of gender, ethnic origin, belief, sexual orientation, age or disability. We consider ourselves to be a family friendly employer, and offer flexible working patterns. In accordance with Part 7 of the Immigration Act 2016 (Fluency Duty), the ability to converse at ease with customers and provide advice in accurate spoken English is essential for the post.

1 year Temporary post for 35 hours a week 39 weeks per year to commence in September 2019 G5 SCP 12-15 £20,344 - £22,911 (pro-rata) The Federation of St Francis and St Christopher’s Schools caters for students and pupils between the ages of 3-19 with a range of needs and we are seeking to appoint an innovative and motivated Cook with a minimum Level 2 Certificate in Food & Hygiene to work within our catering team. The position will be at St Francis School however you may be required to work across the Federation in the future. We have maintained an “Outstanding” judgment and Ofsted states the practice in the residential provision is worthy of dissemination to other residential special schools. For further information and to apply for any of these roles, please visit: http://st-francis.lincs.sch.uk/our-school/3857-school-vacancies.html


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Ann Charlton Lodge

Edenhall Grove, Redcar TS10 4PR

Edenhall Grove, Redcar TS10 4PR

REGISTERED NURSE

Home Manager

We are a 25 bed nursing home mainly dealing with Multiple Sclerosis and other diseases of the nervous system we are looking to employ a registered nurse for 30 3/4 hours per week. Shift patterns are; 07.45 - 20.00 07.45 - 14.00 13.45 - 20.00

£45,000 to £50,000 Salary Negotiable Work as Nursing Home Manager at a small Nursing home in Redcar. We are looking for a dedicated Home Manager to run this service which caters for up to 25 residents with MS or other Neurological conditions. Whilst a small service it prides itself in regards to the level of care it gives to its residents. This post would someone who is dynamic, forward thinking and wanting to make a positive change to residents’ lives. You will be working for a small, charitable healthcare organisation. We are looking for a committed Nursing Home Manager with an active Nursing qualification. The role is Monday to Friday with some on call responsibility. The salary is negotiable depending on experience. Skills/Qualifications:

Rate of pay £16 per hour

• Active Nursing PIN. • Team Worker. • Registered Manager • Strong Leadership Qualities

We will cover the cost a DBS. For more information or to apply please ring: 01642 480660 or email: aclredcar@outlook.com

Full-time Marine Engineer/IFCO

For more information or to apply please ring: 01642 480660 or email: aclredcar@outlook.com

Salary: NIFCA Grade E, £23,933 - £29,134 (dependent on experience) NIFCA is looking to recruit a Marine Engineer/Enforcement Officer. This is a dual role with the main emphasis upon marine engineering and maintenance of the Authority’s vessels. The successful applicant will have Marine engineering knowledge with experience in a work boat role including MCA Approved Engine Course Part 1 and 2 or equivalent as a minimum. The post holder will also be expected to carry out enforcement duties both at sea and ashore; some unsociable hours and weekend work required. Full driving licence and car are essential. Full job details on our website at www.nifca.gov.uk/vacancies or feel free to call us on 01670 797 676.

Electric Vehicle Project Officer

Architectural Technician

Grade 9 £27,905 to £31,371

£27,905 to £31,371 p.a. Grade 9

An opportunity has arisen for an Electric Vehicle Project Officer for two years.

You will be responsible for providing high quality and multi disciplinary, cost effective design, project management and associated services to deliver various projects or programmes of work for the County Council.

You will work as part of the Low Carbon Economy Team with lead responsibility for the development of a Rural Electric Vehicle charge point infrastructure for an INNOVATE UK Funded project across county Durham and act as the technical advisor in the DCC EV Working Group. This project is one of twelve projects that will share £37 million funding to revolutionise the experience of owning an electric vehicle in the UK. The government aims for these innovations to encourage uptake of electric vehicles – a key aim of its Road to Zero strategy. The key objective for this role is to manage DCC’s project involvement and to assist in identifying and developing new rural charging point locations in county Durham within 5mins walk from the 8 million homes without off street parking. You will provide a people centred approach to develop a successful project working alongside technical specialists from partner organisations. Applicants should be qualified to degree level or equivalent in a related subject together with having experience of electric vehicles and EV infrastructure. Closing date: 5th September 2019 Interviews are scheduled to be held on a date to be confirmed. For further information regarding the post, please contact Maggie Bosanquet on 03000 265549 or via email at maggie.bosanquet@durham.gov.uk As a disability confident employer, we are committed to employing disabled people and people with health conditions making reasonable adjustments to support disabled applicants when required. Apply on-line or for further assistance contact the HR Operations & Data Team on 03000 268153/264223 or email hrREAL@durham.gov.uk Application only via the North East Jobs Site at www.northeastjobs.org.uk NEJ Site Ref. 190448

Your essential experience will include working in a building services office/section dealing with repairs, maintenance, refurbishments, extensions and new build; evidence of a leadership role in the provision of buildings and building services projects. Knowledge of Building/ Architectural/M & E/ Asbestos in construction and an understanding of the technical linkages between disciplines is essential. Required Qualifications: HND plus relevant experience in a building related subject. For an informal discussion about the post, please contact Dean Henderson, Senior Architect on tele. no. 03000 268 121 email dean.henderson@durham.gov.uk or Steve Cook, Building Design Team Manager on tele. no. 03000 260 947 email steve.cook@durham.gov.uk Closing date: 26th August 2019 The interview date is to be confirmed. As a disability confident employer, we are committed to employing disabled people and people with health conditions making reasonable adjustments to support disabled applicants when required. Apply on-line via the jobs portal or for further assistance contact the HR Operations & Data Team on telephone no. 03000 264223 / 268153 / 264469 or email hrreal@durham.gov.uk Application only via the North East Jobs Site at www.northeastjobs.org.uk Vacancy Ref. No. REAL/19/247 – NEJ Site Ref. 190451

Please note that all communication regarding your application for this post will be sent to the email address that you have registered with North East Jobs, including your invite to interview if you are short-listed. Please check your email after the closing date for notification from ‘DONOTREPLY@NORTHEASTJOBS.ORG.UK’ as you will not be notified by any other means.

Please note that all communication regarding your application for this post will be sent to the email address that you have registered with North East Jobs, including your invite to interview if you are short-listed. Please check your email after the closing date for notification from ‘DONOTREPLY@NORTHEASTJOBS.ORG.UK’ as you will not be notified by any other means.

In line with the County Council’s Recruitment & Selection Policy, please note that we are unable to accept CVs. Any information provided on CVs will not be considered for short-listing purposes.

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Established in 2012, It’s All Good Ltd. is the UK’s fastest growing savoury snack manufacturer, supplying major UK retailers including Marks and Spencer. Leading the way in innovation through our award winning brand Manomasa and continued investment we are going through a significant period of growth. We are currently recruiting PRODUCTION OPERATIVES, we are looking for enthusiastic, hardworking people to join our successful team. 4 Ability to work well as a team member in a busy manufacturing environment 4 Excellent attention to detail 4 Able to follow procedures and record data in a clear and legible format 4 Permanent Contracts 4 Rolling Shift Pattern 4 Overtime Opportunities 4 On the Job Training 4 £9.24 per hour

To apply for this position please provide a CV and covering letter to: recruitment@allgoodsnacks.co.uk

Assistant Principal – Curriculum and Standards Academy 360, Sunderland SR4 9BA £48,000 – £50,000 per annum Permanent, Full time The Trustees are seeking to appoint an Assistant Principal – Curriculum and Standards for Academy 360, to begin as soon as possible.

development of all staff and is able to offer all staff a wide range of opportunities and benefits. The successful candidate will join a successful MAT where all Academies support each other to the benefit of our pupils and their families. Our Academies also enjoy strong support from an experienced LST central team, based in Newcastle upon Tyne.

An exciting opportunity has arisen for an experienced secondary leader to join the Academy’s All through Senior Leadership Team to lead on curriculum and standards. However, senior leaders with other areas of expertise are encouraged to apply.

Further details and an application pack can be downloaded from the Careers section on the Laidlaw Schools Trust website www.laidlawschoolstrust.com/careers/. Interested candidates are welcome to tour the school, please contact Rachel Donohue at the Academy office on 0191 300 6506 to arrange a visit. If you wish to have an informal discussion about this post, please contact: Rachel Donohue, Rachel.donohue@academy360.com or on 0191 300 6506.

The Academy’s Senior Leadership Team includes experts in Primary, Secondary and Special Education. Together they lead, manage and monitor the education experience for children from age 4 to age 16, to ensure cohesion and progression through all stages and phases.

Closing Date: 12 noon on Friday 13th September 2019 Candidates who have not been contacted by 23rd September 2019 may assume they have been unsuccessful. Interviews will take place: week commencing 30th September 2019

Trustees are seeking to appoint an outstanding and innovative Assistant Principal to support rapid school improvement; the successful and experienced leader will have the ability to raise standards across all subjects and deliver high standards across teams.

Applications should be returned to Principal’s PA: Charlotte.Ridgway@academy360.co.uk

The Academy has recently joined Laidlaw School Trust (LST), The Laidlaw Schools Trust is a growing family of six schools helping transform thousands of young lives in North East England. LST invests significantly in the training and

We are an equal opportunities employer strongly committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people. The successful applicant will be required to obtain an Enhanced Certificate of Disclosure from the DBS and a range of other recruitment checks. The successful candidate will be able to demonstrate their commitment to children’s safeguarding.


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Sales Engineer-Electrical Components Pennine Components Ltd are specialist distributors of electrical components such as relays, rocker switches, proximity switches, and safety interlock switches. We sell to specialist vehicle, machinery and equipment manufactures. We have a vacancy for a sales engineer or experienced sales manager who can sell our products to new and existing customers across the whole of the UK. Ideally you will be based in the Northwest or Yorkshire, within easy reach of our office. You will have a good understanding of electrical components, and ideally some prior technical sales experience. Salary commensurate with experience.

MEDICAL INFORMATION OFFICER ProPharma Group is an industry leading, single source provider for regulatory compliance, pharmacovigilance, and medical information services across the full development lifecycle for pharmaceutical, biotechnology, and medical device companies. This is an exciting opportunity near Richmond, North Yorkshire. Experience in customer facing roles is desirable but not essential. New graduates are welcome to apply; we provide excellent training. We're looking for candidates who are good communicators with a keen interest in science, (and a life science degree), with a high level of attention to detail and a customer-focused approach. If you are keen to learn and develop in a rapidly growing organisation, we are keen to work with you to develop your strengths and provide career opportunities within ProPharma Group.

To apply, send your CV to careers@propharmagroup.com

Please email tbarrow@penninecomponents.co.uk or phone T Barrow on 01706 815737 for an application form. Pennine Components Ltd. Po Box No 1, 65/67 Halifax Rd. Todmorden, Lancashire, OL14 5BB.

Care Assistant Salary: £8.25 to £8.45 dependent on experience and qualifications We are a quality home looking for enthusiastic and dedicated carers to provide the highest standards of care for our residents. We, in turn, will support with resident relevant training and also qualifications to progress your care career.

WE ARE LOOKING FOR DRIVERS IN YOUR AREA THAT CAN UNDERTAKE TRIPS TO LOCAL HEALTHCARE CENTRES Transport for Sick Children (TfSC) is a charity where a team of volunteers drive sick children to hospital appointments throughout the Greater Manchester area. Our mission is to reduce stress and barriers to a family by enabling children to attend important medical appointments despite any transport, financial or social issues they have. Over the past 5 years we have helped almost 4000 children, undertaken 32,000 trips and driven over 500,000 miles. Volunteer drivers (who are all checked for their suitability to work with children) use their own cars to collect the child along with their carer and drive them to their medical appointment. They then wait until the appointment has finished and take them home. Some drivers are out on the road most days and others a few times a month. We supply child car seats and drivers are reimbursed for petrol costs on a monthly basis. What is it like being a volunteer? ‘I’m not one for sitting back so when I retired for a ‘second’ time I started volunteering for the charity. I’ve always had driving in my blood and have had a disabled son from the age of 2 (he is now 36). I’ve been to many hospital appointments and can appreciate the problems faced by parents who are not as fortunate and hopefully my work with the charity will alleviate some of these problems. It is good to be associated with an organisation where the staff are all very willing, obliging, efficient and pleasant. Nothing seems like too much trouble, even when I’m unable to accept a request for transport’ Michael Chadwick, volunteer driver. The support team Making the vital link between families, referrers and volunteer drivers is a friendly, experienced team in the office. The Support team assigns drivers to appointments and co-ordinates communication between drivers and carers to ensure trips run smoothly. Interested in becoming a volunteer? If you can spare a few hours a week, have your own car and want to help improve the lives and health of children in Greater Manchester then why not consider volunteering for the charity?

If you are interested in becoming a volunteer, please visit our website or give Laura or Beverley a call on 0161 443 4122. http://transportforsickchildren.org/volunteers/

Skills/Qualifications: • NVQ 2 or experience of working in a nursing home setting would be preferred • knowledge of caring for people with complex care needs • experience with PEG care and nutrition • safeguarding knowledge

Registered Nurse day duty Salary: £15.00 to £16.00 We are a quality dual registered home, with Good CQC rating, Headway accredited for our care of people with acquired brain injury. We work under the Gold Standard Framework for palliative care. We are looking for a dedicated nurse with a current NMC Pin. Someone who is enthusiastic and proactive. Care planning, medication management and strong clinical skills are key roles ... Skills/Qualifications: • Valid NMC PIN • knowledge of acquired brain injury • PEG/JEJ care • tracheostomy care/suction and respiratory management • leadership and peer support skills

Registered Nurse Night duty Salary: £15.00 to £16.00 We are a quality dual registered home, with Good CQC rating, Headway accredited for our care of people with acquired brain injury. We work under the Gold Standard Framework for palliative care We are looking for a dedicated nurse with a current NMC Pin. Someone who is enthusiastic and proactive. Care planning, medication management and strong clinical skills are key roles. Skills/Qualifications: • valid NMC pin • knowledge of acquired brain injury • care of spinal cord injury • palliative care • PEG/JEJ care and management and support with enteral feeding To apply for any post, please email your CV to mail@moorparkcare.co.uk, or alternatively either telephone on 01772886785, or call in to ask for an application form.


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OPEN DAY Saturday 7th September 2019,10 – 12pm To be held on: Cardiothoracic Critical Care Unit (CTCCU), 1st Floor, Entrance 5/6, North West Heart Centre, Wythenshawe Hospital Nurses will have the opportunity to: • • • •

Meet with the unit educators for training and preceptorship Tour of the Unit Talk with some of the units new starters to get first-hand accounts of their experiences on the unit Attend informal sessions with our specialist teams who will be able to demonstrate with the use of a simulator, how these services are provided for our patients: • • • •

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ECMO Cardiopulmonary Transplant Cardiothoracic Surgery Ventricular Assist Device

Interviews for interested candidates will be available on the day with support from our H.R. team Light refreshments will also be available on the day

We look forward to meeting you. If you have any queries regarding the event, please email Sue Tiley, Practice Based Educator: tiley.susan@mft.nhs.uk


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Dental Technicians to join our team. We are a well established, multi award winning, full service laboratory providing dental restorations and services to the dental market throughout Ireland. Call Stephen Ginn on 0289 0370708 for details or email stephen@mcdowell-service.com with your C.V. We offer an equal opportunities working environment with all usual holidays and pension scheme. All salaries would be commensurate upon experience.

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ALAN MACKAY MACHINERY (FORFAR) LTD ROTHIENORMAN DEPOT

CLASS 4/7 MOT INSPECTOR/MECHANIC £23,000 - £25,000 Dean Plant Hire require a Class 4 / 7 MOT Inspector/Mechanic for their busy Bathgate testing station. Ideal Candidate • Must be experienced • Ability to prepare vehicles for MOT and carryout any mechanical repairs needed. • Able to work without supervision. • Full UK driving licence required. Monday - Friday: 8am - 5.30pm, Saturday: 8 - 1pm. For more information or to apply please ring: 01506 630 578 or email: anne@deanplanthire.co.uk NO AGENCIES PLEASE

PCV BUS & COACH DRIVERS – IMMEDIATE START AVAILABLE FULL TIME & PART TIME VACANCIES E&M Horsburgh Ltd is a family business which has been established since 1986. We are a bus and coach company that provide local bus services, school conveyance & contract work out of West Lothian, Mid Lothian, Falkirk & Fife areas. Due to our continued expansion we are now looking for smart, experienced and professional full time and part time PCV Coach and Bus drivers to recruit for the following roles: Part Time bus drivers: • Part Time Contract Drivers required for new contracts in West Lothian, Mid Lothian Falkirk & Fife. • Salary from £200+ per weekly shift for approximately 20 hour per week • Full PCV licence and valid CPC qualification card required. Full Time bus drivers: • Full Time Service Drivers required for local bus services. • Shift patterns that can provide the flexibility that our lives often need. • We will provide training on all of our systems from Route Learning to the operation of our Ticket Machines and on our high expectations in terms of Customer Service. • Full PCV licence and valid CPC qualification card required. Interested parties are requested to contact Paula Waddell on 01506 432251 Or email your CV to paula@emhbus.com

Area Sales Manager We are currently looking for an Area Sales Manager for our Rothienorman depot. Our leading franchise include Valtra, Amazone, McHale & Krone. A good knowledge of the agricultural industry is required. We offer an excellent salary and company vehicle. Apply in strictest confidence to Alan Mackay email sales@alanmackay.co.uk or mob 07710 783114

Recognised expertise in the design, supply, installation and maintenance of domestic and commercial off-mains wastewater treatment systems We are currently looking to fill the below post:

Service Engineer Required for Scotland (Full Time, Permanent) Applications to be received by Monday 26th August 2019 To service pump stations and sewage treatment plants in Scotland. Will be required to stay away occasionally. On call rota approximately one in seven weekends • Full UK Driving Licence essential • CSCS desirable but not essential • Electrical qualification desirable but not essential • Work well on your own and within a team • Have practical skills • Have a positive 'can do' attitude and be willing to learn • Be able to multi-task, hardworking and have attention to detail • Be proactive, enthusiastic and not be afraid to lead by example • Be able to maintain good timekeeping and attendance record • Assist and communicate with colleagues on site and in the office In house training will be given for successful candidate First 6 months of employment is probationary Please send CV to: Hutchinson Environmental Solutions, White Wall Nook, Wark, Hexham, Northumberland, NE48 3PX Or email: servicing@hutchinson.co.uk Tel: 01434 220508


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School Nurse School Nurse is required 4 days per week (10:00 to 16:00) term time only.

WE LOVE WHAT WE DO AND WE KNOW YOU WILL TOO We are looking for enthusiastic and dedicated staff to join our team, providing care at home in our local catchment area; Buckinghamshire, Hertfordshire and Bedfordshire, and our Inpatient Unit in Berkhamsted VACANCIES:

They must be a confident, enthusiastic, nurturing person who can adopt the school’s ethos. The school nurse is responsible for the overall health and wellbeing of pupils and the treatment of any illnesses or injuries that arise during the school day. The right candidate must be qualified to practice as a Registered General Nurse in the UK, able to administer emergency first aid and early year’s first aid. Salary depending on experience. Please apply by downloading an application form, from our website www.theprep.org.uk/vacancies The school is committed to the safeguarding of children. Applicants must be willing to undergo child protection screening including checks with past employers and DBS.

Are you looking for a change? Are you looking for good job satisfaction and fun? Do you care? Crossroads Care Surrey is a leading, registered Charity that has been supporting Carers for over 35 years. Our core purpose is to improve the quality of life of unpaid Carers and the people for whom they care.

Carer Support Workers (Flexible hours) Pay: Up to £12.24 per hour Throughout Surrey Our Carer Support Workers provide respite breaks to help ease the strain on carers, giving them a few hours to themselves by taking over the care duties for a 3.5 hour session. The county is huge, so in order to deliver the service we provide, we ask that you are a car driver and have access to a vehicle for business use. In return we offer full comprehensive training, a wide range of working patterns including morning, afternoon and evening sessions, free uniform, and pay of up to £12.24 per hour.

Play Worker – Saturdays only Pay Rate: £9.18 per hour Walton, Surrey We require Play Workers at our Saturday Children’s Club who enjoy making a difference to children with disabilities and complex health needs by running fun and meaningful activities for them to learn and socialise. With over 115,000 people in Surrey who look after a friend or relative who cannot manage without care and support, we are expanding our services and urgently needing to recruit caring individuals who want to have excellent job satisfaction, a rewarding career and fun.

• Community Care Support Worker • Senior Community Care Support Worker • Bank Community Palliative Care Nurse (Band 6) • Bank Registered Nurse • Bank Health Care Assistant In this role you will make a lasting difference to the lives of people through care that will have a positive impact on the patient, and the community for many years to come We are committed to giving you more flexibility and control over your working life. By joining our bank you’ll gain access to the best choice of available shifts.

To find out more visit www.stfrancis.org.uk/work-with-us Or contact HR (e) recruitment@stfrancis.org.uk / 01442 869557 #YourPreciousLife

Trustee (up to 3 positions) REFERENCE: 09/18/NR Leatherhead, Surrey At Crossroads Care Surrey we are currently recruiting for some new Trustees to join our Board. Have you had previous experience of being a Carer? If so, this is a great opportunity to use your skills for a worthwhile cause, to give something back to the local community and really make a difference to Carers in Surrey. The Trustee role will not only allow you to have input to the decisions that will help shape your local community, but will also allow you to develop some great board level skills at the same time. You will be required to attend bi-monthly Board meetings (7-9.30pm) and an additional 4 to 5 days throughout the year. We are a leading, registered Charity that has been supporting Carers for over 35 years. Our core purpose is to improve the quality of life of unpaid Carers and the people for whom they care. We provide respite breaks to help ease the strain on unpaid Carers, giving them a few hours to themselves by taking over the care duties at their home for a minimum 3 hour session or through respite breaks at our community adult and children’s clubs. Key Responsibilities of the Trustee role to include:• Attending Board meetings and the annual AGM • Contribute to the sub committees • Participate in strategic and policy decision-making • Answer queries and provide advice, on an ad hoc basis • Help to shape and clarify the charity's mission and vision.

Interested? Please call: 01372 869970 Email: jobs@crossroadscaresurrey.org.uk, visit our website: www.crossroadscaresurrey.org.uk


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We are currently recruiting for the following roles in Gloucestershire and Newent: Senior Support Care Workers – Full time Day Support Care Workers – Full time and Part Time Hours Waking Night Support Care Workers – Full time and Part Time Hours We provide personalised care and support on a 24-hour basis to male and female individuals with: Learning Difficulties, Autism, Epilepsy, Physical Disabilities, Mental Health and Challenging Behaviors. (Drivers would be advantageous for these roles). Day Shifts – Between the hours of 7.00am – 10.00pm and 9.30pm until 7.45am for waking night shifts. Previous experiences would be beneficial but do not be put off as full training is provided with the opportunity to obtain diplomas in care. Thank you for your interest in working for Holmleigh Care Homes. If you feel you have the required experience for this role, please contact Joanne Howells Recruitment Manager on 01452 300025 or joanneh@holmleigh-care.co.uk

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Residential Support Worker Residential Treatment Centre supporting men with gambling disorder/addiction

Finance Specialist

Two positions available; one full time for 35 hours per week, and one part time 25-28 hours, within Monday to Fridays daytime, with Saturdays on a rota basis

Closing on: Mon 02/09/2019, 23:00 PM | Working Pattern: Full Time Hours: 37 hours per week. | Salary: Grade 9 £37,849 - £42,683 per annum

Salary - FTE £21,977 Both are permanent roles with additional OLW £1,812 pa, plus duty on call payments, 6% pension, and 28 days leave + bank holidays

Wokingham Borough Council is looking for an experienced local government finance specialist to be part of the Council's expanding finance support to the Adult Social Care directorate. You will be the support to budget managers working in the Adult Social Care Directorate and will provide regular reports to the Director of Adult Social Services (DASS), the Assistant Director and the Directorate Leadership Team; providing timely and high-quality strategic and technical financial advice, ensuring the continuity of sound financial management, governance and value for money. You will provide finance oversight and scrutiny to the ASC improvement programme, an in-house review of processes with the directorate. Reporting to the Senior Specialist for ASC finance, your role will be part of the ASC Finance Team, providing guidance and support to the directorate budget managers as well as developing strong working relationships with key stakeholders.

Would you like to make a difference to individuals affected by an addiction to gambling? An exciting opportunity has arisen for two dynamic individuals to join our unique Residential Treatment Centre team based in Beckenham, Kent. The Support Workers will play a key role within a small delivery team to provide information, support and guidance, to the residents in our Residential Treatment Programme. Candidates should have excellent communication and interpersonal skills, the ability to work under own initiative, and experience of working with vulnerable groups. Knowledge of the benefits system, addiction, mental health, advocacy or group-work within a health and social care setting are desirable. Interviews to be held in Beckenham on 12th/13th September 2019. Please download the application pack from www.gordonmoody.org.uk or email jobapplication@gordonmoody.org.uk to ask for one to be sent to you. For further information / an informal discussion about the posts please contact Emma West on: emma.west@qordonmoody.orq.uk Application deadline: 4th September 12pm Both posts are subject to enhanced DBS check, confirmation of the right to work in the UK and two satisfactory references.

As a qualified or part-qualified accountant with significant experience in public sector accounting,you will be part of a team of accountancy professionals in supporting one of the Council's two social care directorates. This is a newly established role in an area facing challenging budget control in the Light of high demand and demographic pressures. About you: To be considered for the role you must be a qualified or part qualified accountant with management and leadership experience some of which would have been gained in the local government sector - exceptionally a candidate who can demonstrate 'qualification by experience' will be considered. Experience of working in Adult Social Care finance is considered desirable for this role. You will be able to demonstrate excellent stakeholder management skills, strong communication and presentation skills you will also have an outstanding track record in delivering a customer focused service. Closing date: Monday 2 September 2019. Interview date: W/C 9th September 2019. For an informal discussion, please contact Bob Watson, Head of Finance on 07801 664389.

Board Member - Trustee Peace Hospice Care provides specialist support for individuals and their families and carers facing a life-limiting illness across the Hertfordshire community. Our role in the community is to deliver the best care we can and be that essential support when needed. We deliver a Hospice at Home service, which takes hospice care to patients living in their own homes. We also offer high quality care in our Inpatient Unit, and wellbeing support, clinics, rehabilitation, counselling and bereavement support in the Starlight Centre. Alongside these services we run a volunteering befriending service for patients needing that extra bit of help at home. We are looking for new Board members; to join our already experienced Board of Trustees – • • •

Are you interested in working with a dynamic and supportive Board of Trustees and Executive Team? Can you contribute to an energetic charity and help us implement our vision and Strategic Plan? Do you have strategic management skills with specialist knowledge in one of the areas listed below?

We are primarily, although not exclusively, interested in candidates who live in our catchment area of Hertfordshire, who understand the communities we serve and who can demonstrate skills, experience or knowledge relating to one or more of the following areas: • • • • • •

Clinical or Health and Social Care Communication and Marketing Retail Finance Human Resources Income Generation

Wokingham Borough Council is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and vulnerable adults and expects alt staff, other workers and volunteers to shore this commitment

We are particularly keen to attract candidates from our local ethnic minority communities.

To apply, please visit our website to the online application form. CVs are not accepted. Alternatively, please call 0118 974 6116 (answerphone outside office hours) quoting ref: 711452

You will need to demonstrate commitment to a high level of engagement, equality and diversity, teamwork, championing issues/services, accountability and outcomes-based service provision. Whilst these are voluntary roles, expenses will be paid for. Membership will require at least 40 hours per annum of your time and attendance at an annual Away Day and other social and celebration events.

https://www.wokingham.gov.uk/jobs-and-careers/our-jobs/search -jobs/?entryid203=492824&q=b90a9c02-cc3d-47a8-b03b268b5b3898d4%7eFinance%7e Wokingham Borough Council is an equal opportunities employer.

Joining our Board will offer you an exciting opportunity to share your skills and make an important contribution to our strategic direction and continuous improvement. Key to this will be a clear demonstration of enthusiasm to embrace our mission to develop and grow a community-based first class service that our patients, individuals, staff, volunteers, supporters and customers are proud of.

If you want to know more about what is involved in this role, please contact our Chairman – Patrick Brennan on 07951 233545 or about the operation of Peace Hospice Care please contact Declan Carroll, Chief Executive on 01923 330330 or email dcarroll@peacehospicecare.org.uk Closing Date: 08 Sept 2019 First Interviews: w/c 16 Sept 2019 Second Interviews: w/c 23 Sept 2019


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TOTLAND CARE HOME 21 residents. Can you please come and care for us? We are looking for

Part-time CARERS nights and days Experience not necessary, as training and NVQs can be given. Must be available to work weekends. Please phone: 01983 756096 Team Manager Initial Response Team Ref: SWC/19/05465 £36,876 - £40,760 plus £4,000 annual supplement (pro rata for part time) You will be responsible for ensuring high quality and timely assessments lead to effective planning and interventions with the most vulnerable children and families in Devon. You will ensure our planning for looked after children enables them to be kept safe, maximises their potential, achieves permanence and leads to a successful transition to adulthood. You will work with your Team Manager colleagues in the area to ensure that every Devon child, no matter where they live, receives the same quality service.

Team Manager Children and Families Ref: SWC/19/05464 £36,876 To : £40,760 plus £4,000 annual supplement (pro rata for part time) You will be responsible for ensuring high quality and timely intervention and effective planning with the most vulnerable children and families in Devon. You will ensure our planning for looked after children enables them to be kept safe, maximises their potential, achieves permanence and leads to a successful transition to adulthood. You will work with your Team Manager colleagues in the area to ensure that every Devon child, no matter where they live, receives the same quality service.

x1 Full Time, Permanent Post - Assistant Team Manager (Permenancy & Transistion Team - Totnes). x1 Full Time, Permanent Post - Assistant Team Manager (Initial Response Team - Tiverton). x1 Full Time, Fixed Term Maternity Cover - Assistant Team Manager (Childrens & Families Team - Tiverton.) This role is open to Internal DCC Applicants on a 9-12 Month Secondment. Ref: SWC/19/05463 Please include your preference of position/ Locality in your application. There is an opportunity for an Assistant Team Manager post in Mid and East Devon based in Tiverton, Initial Response team and Follaton House, South Devon Totnes. As an Assistant Team Manager, you will lead, supervise and manage a team of social workers, including unqualified Family Practitioners; overseas Social Workers and newly qualified social workers in their Assessed & Supported Year in Employment. You will do this in partnership with the Team manager, ensuring timely assessments and throughput of work. You will also have the opportunity to work with partnership agencies closely with Early Help, ensuring each family has access to the right service at the right time. For more information and to apply please visit: https://www.devonjobs.gov.uk/ and search with the reference number. We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and vulnerable adults, and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. This role requires a DBS disclosure. This role requires the ability to fulfil all spoken aspects of the role with confidence and fluency in English.


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Service Manager for Fleet Maintenance We are looking for a Team Leader, Senior Support worker and a Life Skills training coordinator to join the team at Robins, our 10 bed Residential & Respite Home in Dartington. Children & young adults with learning disabilities and their families are at the heart of everything we do and we want every person we support to have a great life, with excellent outcomes. We couldn’t achieve that without all the great support workers who join our care teams. It all starts with you!

Children & Young Persons Team Leader - Care (Days)

£45,591 to £50,898 We are looking to recruit an experienced transport manager to manage the fleet maintenance teams for Dorset Council. This position will be mainly based at Charminster Depot, Dorchester, and the successful applicant will be responsible for a number of workshop/maintenance facilities spread across the county. They will also be lead officer for vehicle procurement and strategy for Dorset Council, and will be be the Operator Licence Holder for Goods vehicles and Passenger Service Vehicles. Working at Dorset Council This is a unique opportunity to join a brand new council in Dorset – home to the spectacular Jurassic Coast and thriving market towns and villages with a strong sense of community and identity.

Salary: £10.87 - £11.75 per hour

On 1 April 2019, five district and borough councils and the county council were replaced by the new Dorset Council which will deliver more efficient, accessible and modern public services.

Children & Young Persons Senior Support Worker (Nights)

You will have the opportunity to build your career in a modern, flexible and inclusive organisation, and this is an exciting time to join – at the start of our journey together.

Salary: £9.89 - £10.20 per hour (plus night premium)

For more information about our new council visit www.DorsetCouncil.gov.uk/about

Life Skills Training Co-ordinator (6 month fixed term contract)

Dorset Council provides a framework to explain the behaviours expected from everyone who works, or volunteers, for Dorset Council regardless of their role or grade within the organisation, find more information about this here.

£19,285 - £19,890 per annum (37.5 hours per week) Lifeworks is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young adults and they expect all staff to share this commitment. For this post, pre-employment checks will be carried out, references will be sought, and successful candidates will need to undertake an enhanced DBS check. As a Disability Confident Employer, we are committed to encouraging applications from applicants who declare they have a disability, provided they meet the minimum job criteria as specified in the person specification, by offering a guaranteed interview. For an informal chat about the roles, please contact the HR dept on 01803 861067

This post has a significant travel requirement and you are contractually required to have a vehicle (or transport deemed to be suitable by the council) available for use as required. If you're a Dorset Council employee and know someone who would be interested in this role, share this advert by using the button links alongside the job title. Dorset Council uses generic job descriptions and person specifications and therefore the job title in the attachments on the right may differ from the job title in the advert. Further specific information may be provided in a context statement where relevant. For more information regarding Dorset Council’s rewards and benefits visit: https://www.dorsetcouncil.gov.uk/jobs-and-careers/recruitment/rewards-and-benefits.aspx NB: You will be unable to view the job description and person specification forms after this vacancy has closed. We cannot accept CVs in place of an application form as we require the same range of information from all our candidates. Dorset Council is committed to making our recruitment process barrier-free, and as inclusive as possible for everyone.

To apply for these roles, please visit www.lifeworks-uk.org/work-for-us/vacancies or text JOB to 60777.

Closing date: 22nd September 2019 For more information on how to apply please visit: https://jobs.dorsetforyou.gov.uk

Teaching Assistant 32.5 hours a week, Term Time only Grade D, £15,003 actual salary Permanent Contract Six Teaching Assistants required for our Exeter in Pinhoe ACE Schools Plymouth AP Academy (part of ACE Schools Trust) was formally set up on 1st June 2016 with the aim of building on the solid foundation established by the previous PRU. ACE Schools Plymouth operates from at least twelve different locations within Devon and Cornwall which provides education and support services throughout the community to support pupils to access education in schools, community centre’s, medical facilities or their own homes. Our pupils have failed to thrive in mainstream secondary and special schools or are returning from out of County placements. Every child has a high level of support often including one to one support and bespoke timetables following thematic learning experiences. A wide range of personalised learning in and out of the classroom is designed to engage the student, build resilience and provide the foundation for rapid academic progress. We work very closely with parents and carers and many other support agencies to ensure that the child’s education is paramount. We are looking for 6 Teaching Assistants to support our Pinhoe base. The successful candidates should have experience of working with young people who have complex needs as well as their own resilience to support our young people on a daily basis. They will be professional in their approach and organised in their working. If you have an understanding and capacity to manage young people with learning and/or behavioural difficulties and you have a desire to help make a difference to young people’s lives then we would like to hear from you. Please state on your application form and email subject which base you are interested in. CV’s will not be accepted and incomplete application forms will also not be accepted ACE Schools Plymouth is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. This post is subject to an Enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check and will be undertaken before a confirmed offer of employment is made to successful applicants. To apply for this vacancy please email recruitment@aceschools.net for an application form. Closing Date: 12pm 5th September 2019 Shortlisting Date: 6th September 2019 Interview Date: Thursday 12th September 2019 (Due to current time scales we will be unable to change the interview date) Start date: ASAP pending pre-employment check

Teaching Assistant (Cornwall Bases) 32.5 hours a week, Term Time only Grade D, £15,003 actual salary Permanent Contract • 2 x TA for our St Austell Base • 4 x TA for our Camborne Base • 2 x TA for our Launceston Base ACE Schools Plymouth AP Academy (part of ACE Schools Trust) was formally set up on 1st June 2016 with the aim of building on the solid foundation established by the previous PRU. ACE Schools Plymouth operates from at least twelve different locations within Devon and Cornwall which provides education and support services throughout the community to support pupils to access education in schools, community centre’s, medical facilities or their own homes. Our pupils have failed to thrive in mainstream secondary and special schools or are returning from out of County placements. Every child has a high level of support often including one to one support and bespoke timetables following thematic learning experiences. A wide range of personalised learning in and out of the classroom is designed to engage the student, build resilience and provide the foundation for rapid academic progress. We work very closely with parents and carers and many other support agencies to ensure that the child’s education is paramount. We are looking for Teaching Assistants to support all of our bases. The successful candidates should have experience of working with young people who have complex needs as well as their own resilience to support our young people on a daily basis. They will be professional in their approach and organised in their working. If you have an understanding and capacity to manage young people with learning and/or behavioural difficulties and you have a desire to help make a difference to young people’s lives then we would like to hear from you. Please state on your application form and email subject which base you are interested in. CV’s will not be accepted and incomplete application forms will also not be accepted ACE Schools Plymouth is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. This post is subject to an Enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check and will be undertaken before a confirmed offer of employment is made to successful applicants. To apply for this vacancy please email recruitment@aceschools.net for an application form. Closing Date: 12pm 5th September 2019 Shortlisting Date: 6th September 2019 Interview Date: Thursday 12th September 2019 (Due to current time scales we will be unable to change the interview date) Start date: ASAP pending pre-employment check


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Experienced Mechanical Fitter to help service and repair all types of machine type equipment both in-house and off site when required. A sound mechanical knowledge is essential preferably with a good understanding of hydraulics and pneumatics. Working Hours: Mon - Fri 8am – 5pm. Competitive salary commensurate with experience. Please email a current CV with employment history to paul@pgmac.co.uk PG Mac Ltd, Unit B, Sandars Road, Heapham Road Industrial Estate, Gainsborough, Lincolnshire DN21 1RZ Tel: 01427 810250 www.pgmac.co.uk

Due to continued expansion of our care services, we’re recruiting and if you are passionate about caring for people, friendly and ready for a new challenge, we’d love to hear from you.

Night Nurse £16.83/hour Senior Care Assistant Day and Nights £9.00/hour Care Assistant - Days £7.90/hour Care Assistant - Nights £8.10/hour To apply for any of the positions, please send your CV + covering letter to alicec@springfieldhealthcare.com

T H E C H O C O L AT E WO R K S Bishopthorpe Road, York YO23 1DE

01904 208008

www.chocolate-works.co.uk

Experienced CNC Machinists Required plus Apprentice Positions Available Claro Precision Engineering Ltd based in Knaresborough are a long established, successful engineering company supplying into many market sectors including Aerospace & Medical. We are currently looking to recruit experienced CNC Machinists (Milling & Turning). 5 axis experience is desirable but not essential. Additionally we are offering openings for CNC Machining apprentices. Interested applicants should apply in writing forwarding a copy of their CV to the following email address: Andrew.Jackson@claro.co.uk

Arable Management Accountant JSR Farms Ltd. Southburn. Driffield, YO25 9ED JSR is a progressive, family-owned farming business whose headquarters are located in the village of Southburn, near Driffield, East Yorkshire. We are looking for an ambitious, self-motivated and energetic individual who would like to develop a career in Management Accountancy with a leading agricultural business. Key Responsibilities Reporting directly to the Financial Controller, key responsibilities will include providing timely, accurate and relevant management information for the Arable Managing Director. This will include the production of management accounts, budgets and forecasts for the Arable, Livestock, Renewables and Property operations. You will be working closely with internal and external customers to develop the JSR business.

Senior Assistant Membership (Ref: 699) This vacancy is based in the Union's Leeds Office. The salary is from £26,487 pa rising to £31,724 pa after 4 years' service. The office opening hours are 8am - 6pm Monday to Thursday and 8am - 5pm on Friday. The hours of work will be 34 per week. The start time for the position will be between 8am and 10am, and the finish time will be between 4pm and 6pm. Flexibility will be required in respect of hours worked to ensure adequate office cover. Working hours will be confirmed at interview.

The Candidate The ideal candidate will be CIMA/ACCA part-qualified or qualified, be able to demonstrate an excellent level of numeracy and attention to detail and have advanced knowledge of Microsoft Excel.

Principal duties are: to provide secretarial support to the management team, including the provision of information that meets the needs of Union members and staff and to supervise clerical support within the Membership Section.

An understanding of the Agricultural industry is desirable.

The successful applicant will possess: proficient IT skills, particularly Microsoft Office including Word and Excel; an understanding of accounting techniques; effective communication; the ability to supervise and motivate staff and the ability to prioritise work and meet deadlines.

This is an exciting opportunity for the right individual. This position offers a competitive remuneration package, a generous contributory company pension scheme and non-contributory health scheme. For more information and to apply on-line visit

www.jsr.co.uk/careers.php or send your CV to Bev Gibson, JSR Farms Ltd, Southburn, Driffield, YO25 9ED Closing date: Friday 27 September 2019 We are also recruiting for a Finance Assistant – visit www.jsr.co.uk/careers.php for full details

To apply please visit www.usdaw.org.uk/jobs, email jobvacancies@usdaw.org.uk or telephone the HR Section on 0161 249 2457. The closing date: noon on Monday, 2 September 2019 Interview date: Tuesday, 10 September 2019 CVs not accepted. No agencies please. Usdaw is an Equal Opportunities Employer.

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