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PE teacher required job in Southwark, London - Teaching Jobs

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Job Description: Female PE teacher - Southwark - Good School - Mixed Secondary School - 11 to 16 - Full time, January start

**PE teacher - January

**PE teacher - Southwark

**PE teacher - Good School, 11 to 16

**PE teacher - PE

Are you keen to join an established PE department?

Can you teach PE across and up to KS4?

If so, read on!

About the role - PE teacher

I am working with a secondary school near Canada Water who are looking for an enthusiastic PE teacher to teach girls' PE in a highly successful, lively and supportive faculty. The school are looking for an outstanding PE teacher or an excellent NQT who can teach across the age and ability range KS3-KS4 and contribute to their outstanding exam results and commit to extra-curricular sport. For this PE teacher role, you must hold QTS and have successfully taught PE for a minimum of 1 year in the UK.

About the school - PE teacher

I am working with a good, mixed 11-16 school based near Canada Water in Southwark who are recruiting for a teacher of Girls PE. The school is one of the only secondary schools in the area and consists of 1320 secondary and sixth form students. The school has recently received a Good in 2013 and have demonstrated continued year on year improvement to 70% A*-C including English and Maths. They are a "good" school with an ethos that encourages academic rigour, high expectations and a well-disciplined approach to learning.

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Job Title: PE teacher required
Job Type: Contract
Location: Southwark, London
Salary: £164 - £202/day
Company: CV-Library
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MFL teacher job in Birmingham, West Midlands - Teaching Jobs

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Job Description: Qualified MFL Teacher
South Birmingham
January 2021
£(Apply online only) per day dependent on experience

Aspire People are currently looking to recruit an Excellent MFL teacher who's looking for a new challenge and wants to be part of a strong department. The job is a full time position. The post will involve teaching throughout the School from Year 7 to Sixth Form level, and also directing extra-curricular school productions.
The position is due to start January 2021 and could lead on up until Easter 2021

A Teacher recently said "This is such a great place to work - everyone is so supportive of every single teacher who steps through the door and the school behaviour policy is great"

The successful applicant will be able to teach German to KS5 and French to KS4. You must be able to differentiate lessons and cater for students of all abilities as well as demonstrate a proven track record of securing outstanding student outcomes. The School targets are ambitious, but for the right person, this is a rare opportunity to both make a difference and lead the Academy to the next level.

I have placed many teachers into the school and they all have very positive things to say about their time there with my most recent saying "The SLT team are really supportive. They have a clear vision with staff development and career progression." The school really look after their staff both permanent and temporary and they are well known for having the learning and development of their staff as a core value.

As a full time MFL teacher the school will expect you to essentially be a permanent member of staff so the following is expected;

« Teach German to KS5 level
« Teach French to KS3 & KS4 level.
« Assess, mark and plan lessons.
« Assess achievements of pupils.
« Provide progress reports and attend parent's evenings & dept meetings.

This is an excellent opportunity for a teacher to make rapid progress and work in one of Birmingham's most outstanding schools. Staffs are highly valued and training is offered throughout the year. For NQTs there is an extensive induction programme set in place and experienced teachers mentor teachers enabling them to progress through their induction year.

The schools are looking for a truly outstanding teacher who is able to demonstrate excellent classroom practice and can work in a high achieving team. A teacher that sets high expectations of students and is able to motivate all pupils to achieve is needed.

Aspire People Limited provides services as an Education Agency and an Education Employment Business. Aspire People is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of pupils and expects every candidate to share this commitment. Placements are subject, to appropriate Child Protection screening, including checks with former employers and the Disclosure and Barring Checks

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Job Title: MFL teacher
Job Type: Temporary
Location: Birmingham, West Midlands
Salary: £110 - £180/day
Company: CV-Library
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RE teacher required job in Southwark, London - Teaching Jobs

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Job Description: RE teacher - Southwark - Good School -Mixed Secondary School - 11 to 18 - ASAP start

** RE teacher - ASAP start

** RE teacher - Southwark

** RE teacher - Good School, 11 to 18

** RE teacher - Full time or Part time considered

Can you teach RE across KS3 - KS5?

Do you have a strong understanding of ways to differentiate with students aged 11 to 18?

If so, read on!

About the role - RE teacher

I am working with this secondary school in Southwark who are seeking to appoint an inspirational and committed Teacher of RE. You will join a supportive, enthusiastic and collaborative team from September 2020. Applications are welcomed from teachers of RE who have experience of teaching at KS3 and KS4. Ideally this candidate will start working with KS5 students too. Excellent interpersonal skills and a commitment to raising standard are essential. The successful candidate would be joining the school at an exciting time.

About the school - RE teacher

I am working with a school who prides themselves on being a thriving community that is welcoming of students of all faiths and those of none. Staff and students value the distinctive nature of its Christian ethos to which every member of its community contributes. It celebrates the differences that define it as well as the common humanity that unites all its members. The value system and ethos of the school is inclusive of all within a strong Christian ethos, characterised by the quality and openness of the positive relationships between students, staff and the wider community. These are foregrounded in our lessons but also in our extra-curricular offer, ranging from sport and debating to charity work and peer mediation. The school is a 7 minute walk from Canada Water station and has excellent transport links from the city. They have recently been judged "good" by Ofsted and they are an oversubscribed school for September 2019, with numbers increasing throughout the school on a weekly basis.

For more information, please call Ellie at Qualiteach

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Job Title: RE teacher required
Job Type: Contract
Location: Southwark, London
Salary: £164 - £218/day
Company: CV-Library
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Nursery Room Leader job in Southwark, Greater London

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Job Title: Nursery Room Leader
Job Type: Permanent
Location: Southwark, Greater London
Salary: £19000/annum
Company: CV-Library
Category: Education
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Do you want to work for a thriving nursery?

My client is looking for an enthusiastic and committed Nursery Room Leader to join there well established Nursery, working with a dedicated team in a caring, family friendly environment.

This is an exciting opportunity to contribute towards the leadership of a happy Nursery where they focus on encouraging children to be children, learning through fun and engaging play.

Nursery Room Leader Duties and Responsibilities:

* Over viewing planning sheets and record keeping of all the staff in your room

* Ensuring routines are being followed and run smoothly

* Ensuring new decisions are taken on board and maintained in the room at all times

* Ensuring all staff in the room has all information

* Ensuring that all relevant handovers happen between rooms

* Ensuring that all policies and procedures are being followed by all staff

* Being an excellent role model to the other staff in your room

* Understanding all policies and procedures of the nursery

* Manage staff effectively, ensuring ratios are maintained throughout the setting

* Have a sound knowledge of all the children in the setting and an excellent knowledge of your key children

* Work in partnership with parents, consulting and sharing information with them about the needs and progress of their children

* Filling in all the appropriate record keeping for your key child and ensure they are continually up to date

Nursery Room Leader Minimum Requirements:

* Level 3 in Childcare or equivalent

* Leadership experience (Desirable)

* A minimum of one years’ experience working with children aged 0-5 year

* Paediatric and safe guarding training

Closing date: Friday 14th February 2020

Contact: Anisha at Job Paths 4 U

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School Administration Officer job in Southwark, London

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Job Title: School Administration Officer
Job Type: Contract
Location: Southwark, London
Salary: £75 - £85/day
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Category: Education
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Administration Officer

**Full Time Ongoing

**School Admin Officer

**ASAP Start

** Southwark, South East London

Main purpose of the role:

Working closely with the School Business Manager, the Administration Officer plays a supportive role in the effective management of school administrative systems, including monitoring and reviewing the school's systems and procedures.

The Administration Officer also undertakes other professional duties, as delegated by the Headteacher.

In order to deliver the service effectively, a degree of flexibility is needed and the post holder will be required from time to time to perform work not specifically referred to above and which is on occasion outside of normal working hours. Such duties, however, will fall within the general scope of the post, at the appropriate grade. Any such duties should not substantially change the general character of the post.

Admissions

Carry out administrative duties in relation to admissions and transitions.

Pupil attendance & Punctuality

Working closely with the Inclusion leaders, implement policies and procedures to improve pupil attendance and monitor their effectiveness.
Record pupils' attendance and absence on the school's database.
Contact parents on the first day of pupil absences and record on the school data base in accordance with school procedures.
Produce relevant attendance reports for the Inclusion leader.
Liaise with the Education Welfare Service, as appropriate. Staff Attendance

Under the direction of the Head of site, book and record supply cover.
Keep Senior Leadership Team updated regarding staff absences in accordance with school procedures.
Maintain accurate records of staff absence.Data Management

Report, log and monitor all IT technical issues.
Manage and keep updated the school's staff and pupil data bases.
Complete and submit the pupil and staff census for the DfE.
Complete and submit all local authority data reports.
Retrieve from and upload information onto LGFL USO website.
Record staff attendance data and submit relevant reports to the local authorityFinance

Collect, record and bank all dinner monies, after school club and school trip monies in accordance with school procedures.
Follow procedures in respect of any outstanding balances.
Under the direction of the School Business Manager, process invoices on the school's finance package.Orders

Under the direction of the School Business Manager, order and maintain records of whole school stock.
Order and store school uniform and maintain the school uniform inventory.
Check all deliveries on day of delivery and file delivery notes in accordance with school procedures.
Ensure deliveries are distributed to the correct department in the school.General Administration

Carry out general administrative duties.
Coordinate school dinners and liaise with the school kitchen.
Liaise with an external website designer to maintain the school website.
Maintain the school diary.
Manage arrangements for school trips.
Ensure that all photocopiers are in working order and log any faults.
Book training courses for staff and governors and maintain a training log.Act as the first point of contact for all visitors as required

Ensure that incoming mail is dealt with and distribute to the correct department
Ensure visitors adhere to the school's policies and procedures
Organise hospitality for visitors and meetings
Implement procedures to ensure the security of IT equipment in the schoolExperience

Essential

Experience of working within a school environment
Experience of managing data bases
Experience of managing attendance and punctuality within a school environment
Experience of working in a team environment
Experience of providing front line services to a wide range of stakeholders
Experience of working within a framework of statutory compliance
Experience of managing own workloadDesirable

Experience of managing Human Resources and Payroll
Experience of managing school dinner money packages
Experience of managing admissions within a school environmentKnowledge and Skills

Essential

Strong organisational and planning skills
Ability to work under pressure and meet deadlines
Proven ability to communicate effectively, verbally and in writing
Proven ability to work on your own initiative
Proven ability to use a range of IT packages
Proven ability to analyse, use and present data
GCSE grade C or equivalent in English and MathsIf you are interested in hearing more information about this position please do not hesitate in contacting Sophie at Remedy Education

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Receptionist - Administrator, Southwark - Long term job in Southwark, London

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Job Title: Receptionist - Administrator, Southwark - Long term
Job Type: Permanent, Contract, Temporary
Location: Southwark, London
Salary: £75 - £85/day
Company: CV-Library
Category: Education
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School Administration Officer - Southwark South East London - ASAP Start

One of my fabulous clients based in the heart of Southwark, is looking to recruit a School Admin Officer for there small SEN School.

School Administration Officer
Southwark, South East London
£75 - £85 per day, paid weekly
8am until 4pm
SIMS Experience
ASAP Start Working closely with the School Business Manager, the Administration Officer plays a supportive role in the effective management of school administrative systems, including monitoring and reviewing the school's systems and procedures.

The Administration Officer also undertakes other professional duties, as delegated by the Headteacher.

To deliver the service effectively, a degree of flexibility is needed, and the post holder will be required from time to time to perform work not specifically referred to above and which is on occasion outside of normal working hours. Such duties, however, will fall within the general scope of the post, at the appropriate grade. Any such duties should not substantially change the general character of the post.

The Successful Candidate will oversee;

Admissions
Pupil attendance & Punctuality
Staff Attendance
Data Management
Finance
Orders
General Administration
Act as the first point of contact for all visitorsCandidate Specification:

Experience of working within a school environment (ESSENTIAL)
Experience of managing data bases (ESSENTIAL)
Experience of managing Human Resources and Payroll (DESIRABLE)
Experience of managing attendance and punctuality within a school environment (ESSENTIAL)
Experience of working in a team environment (ESSENTIAL)
Experience of providing front line services to a wide range of stakeholders (ESSENTIAL)
Experience of working within a framework of statutory compliance (ESSENTIAL)
Experience of managing own workload (ESSENTIAL)
Experience of managing admissions within a school environment (DESIRABLE)If you feel this is the right role for you then please apply or please contact Carly Walters at Remedy Education

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Service Delivery Coordinator job in Southwark, Greater London

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Job Title: Service Delivery Coordinator
Job Type: Permanent
Location: Southwark, Greater London
Salary: £25000/annum
Company: CV-Library
Category: Administration
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We are currently recruiting for a Service Delivery Coordinator to be based at our London office.

Working hours: 8:00 - 17:00

To be the ‘point of contact’ for EMCOR Facilities Services on a high profile Contract by receiving calls via the EMCOR Helpdesk and to provide administrative support to the wider operational and non-operational areas of the business.

Principal Accountabilities:

* Provide a first line contact for internal and external customers/contractors.

* To manage client platform to ensure the clients fault log is dealt with effectively taking ownership of jobs that you have logged.

* Life safe systems and statutory inspections completed as per the legal compliance and SLA/KPI required times

* When an engineer is scheduled to a job ensure the attendance info is communicated to the customer and engineer.

* Ensure that job packs within your area are complete and ready for billing. Job packs must include PO/ Quote/ CVI/SMR/ email communications.

* Changing status on open jobs, chasing subcontractor for both delivery dates for parts and service completion sheets and updating customers as required.

* Process and job on the in house finance system (JDE) to enable invoicing

* Liaising with Clients to escalate out of line incidents.

* Ensuring EMCOR meet the contractual KPI’s and SLA’s.

* Raise Purchase Orders as and when required.

* Administer PPM’s and Reactive control to Service Engineers through in House System and are carried out within one month of the allocated date

* Monitor EMCOR email system and respond accordingly to queries and client requests.

* Coordinate faults, schedule to engineers, communicate with customers.

* Review all paperwork received from engineers and raise follow on or new jobs for any sheets for further action.

* Any other duties as requested by the Management Team within reason to suit the changing needs of the business.

Service monitoring

Assist the Customer Service Manager to monitor service standards

Monitor the active jobs logged on with the helpdesk, to include the CAFM system, and the EMMA Application.

Recommend to the Customer Service Manager improvements that could be made to the help desk service delivery

Review and make recommendations to maintain building integrity, maintaining accurate records as required.

Administration working to help desk standard procedures:

Operate and maintain an effective filing system for the department.

Produce reports for all management team when required

Key deliverables

Effective help desk service, follow up on requests and customer handling

Effective administrative support to the help desk and record keeping

Effective teamwork, flow of information and multi-skilling to provide cover across team

PERSON SPECIFICATION

Essential Knowledge, Skills and Experience help desk service coordination

Sufficient experience of providing a facilities or maintenance service in a busy organisation

Some experience of working with contractors and suppliers and monitoring of service standards

Proven experience of delivering excellent customer care and service in a large organisation

Enthusiasm and commitment to learn about and get involved in the department’s activities Administration

Ability to prioritise workload, to work under pressure with a high level of organisational proficiency and initiative

Strong computer skills with competency in Microsoft Office and database packages;

Good attention to detail and ability to follow department procedures

Good numeracy skills, ability to process invoices accurately and efficiently Communication Skills

The ability to deal tactfully, calmly and effectively with a wide range of people from within and outside the organisation

Customer care in dealing with irate callers with tact and diplomacy

Strong command of written and spoken English

Excellent telephone manner, common sense and the ability to communicate effectively at all levels

Ability to write clear, informative, customer focussed letters in a style appropriate to the reader

Ability to work effectively as part of a team

Person Specification

5 pass grades at GCSE or equivalent.

Excellent telephone manner.

Excellent communication skills.

Experience of working in a call centre / help desk is essential.

Good IT skills including Word, Excel and PowerPoint.

Able to work under pressure and to defined deadlines.

Able to work as part of a larger team and independently.

Good time keeper.

Prior Customer Service or Industry Experience Required.

Other factors:

Organised.

Reliable.

Smart, presentable appearance.

Personable and approachable.

Flexible and adaptable.

Trustworthy.

A team player with the ability to work from their own initiative.

Willingness to learn new skills and embrace procedures.

Benefits

25 days annual leave

Auto enrol pension

Flexible benefits

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Primary teaching assistant - Teacher training job in Southwark, London

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Job Title: Primary teaching assistant - Teacher training
Job Type: Permanent
Location: Southwark, London
Salary: £65 - £75/day
Company: CV-Library
Category: Education
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Primary Teaching Assistant - Southwark- ASAP Start

Teaching Assistant - Primary School in Southwark

Near by underground station - Less than 5 minute walk to the Primary School

Immediate Start - £60-£75 per day

Are you looking to build upon your classroom experience in preparation for completing your teacher training?

Are you a recent graduate with a passion for improving children's learning experience?

An excellent opportunity has arisen at a primary school in Southwark are searching for a bright teaching assistant to join them as soon as possible. This is a long-term position working 8.30am-4pm full-time. The position is to support the children in a KS2 class with particular focus on Numeracy and Literacy. They are looking for a graduate teaching assistant who is enthusiastic and committed! Experience in a similar role is ideal for this position.

The school are looking for recent graduates who are personable, academic, creative and/or sporty are ideal for this role. Extra-curricular interests such as music, arts, languages and sports are desirable. This is an exciting opportunity for a recent graduate to build upon their knowledge and confidence before completing their teacher training.

Start Date: ASAP - interviews commencing immediately

A graduate with a degree graded 2:1 or above is ideal for this role and a graduate with some previous experience working with children is desirable but not a necessity. This relevant previous experience could include childcare, tutoring, helping within a nursery, in a sport setting, charity or in a similar classroom setting. Graduates with no experience working with children will also be considered.

Full time
Southwark
Competitive Pay Rate - £60-£75 per day
Teaching Assistant KS1 or KS2
Immediate Start
General Class SupportThis is a fantastic platform for aspiring teachers to gain valuable experience in preparation for completing their teacher training the following year.

If you are a Graduate, aspiring to become a teacher and you are interested in this position, please submit your updated CV

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SEN Teaching Assistant (ASD Focus) job in Southwark, London

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Job Title: SEN Teaching Assistant (ASD Focus)
Job Type: Permanent, Contract, Temporary
Location: Southwark, London
Salary: £75 - £85/day
Company: CV-Library
Category: Education
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SEN Teaching Assistant (ASD Focus) | Outstanding Primary School | Southwark

A fantastic Primary School in the Borough of Southwark are on the hunt for a SEN Teaching Assistant with an ASD Focus for ASAP start. This will be a full time, and long-term role.

You will specialise in supporting Autism / ASD on both a 1:1 & group basis across EYFS, KS1 & KS2. The SENCo is eager to find a forward thinking, and hardworking graduate who is keen to go above and beyond for all.

Does this sound like the SEN Teaching Assistant (ASD Focus) opportunity for you? If so, please read on below to find out further details.

· SEN Teaching Assistant (ASD Focus)

· 1:1 or group support

· Working across EYFS, KS1 or KS2 - 3-11 years old

· Plenty of additional training provided throughout

· £70 - £80 per day - ASAP Start - Full Time & Long-Term

· Located in the Borough Southwark

If you are interested in this SEN Teaching Assistant (ASD Focus) opportunity, trial days can be arranged immediately!!

Apply SEN Teaching Assistant (ASD Focus) opportunity by sending your CV to Carly at Remedy Education. You will be contacted by your personal consultant (if shortlisted)!

Please see our website page headed 'About' and scroll to the bottom to see our 'Privacy Notice' for an explanation about how we use information we collect about you

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PA/Administrator job in Southwark, London

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Job Title: PA/Administrator
Job Type: Permanent
Location: Southwark, London
Salary: £27000/annum
Company: CV-Library
Category: Administration
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PA/Administrator - Southwark

Salary - £27,000

Key Responsibilities:

PA Duties
Office Management
General Day to Day Admin Tasks
HR Duties
Diary/Email Management
Create Presentations
Organise Travel and Expenses

Requirements:

2+ years experience in similar role
Common sense approach
Willingness to learn
Pro-active and can work on own initiative

Huntress Search Ltd acts as a Recruitment Agency in relation to all Permanent roles and as a Recruitment Business in relation to all Temporary roles.

PLEASE NOTE: We can only consider applications from candidates who have the right to work in the UK

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Street Lighting Manager - Electrical job in Southwark, Greater London

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Job Title: Street Lighting Manager - Electrical
Job Type: Contract
Location: Southwark, Greater London
Salary: £35 - £38/hour Paid Weekly
Company: CV-Library
Category: Engineering
Benefits: Paid Weekly

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Street Lighting Manager – Electrical Engineer

Public Sector Appointment

SE London

3-6 Months

£38.00 per hour

The Client is looking for an experienced and suitably qualified Street Lighting specialist to contribute and deliver lighting designs, management and maintenance of public realm related illuminated infrastructure and co-ordinate officer and contractor services for efficient and effective asset management.

To actively deliver lighting schemes and project management for the services of the borough wide lighting assets in accordance with best practice with a strategic approach that identifies the optimal allocation of resources for the management, operation, preservation and enhancement of public realm infrastructure

To provide and deliver technical knowledge and expertise for the council and its partners in relation to public realm external lighting and projects works.

To provide and manage design, build and maintenance services and operations for public realm illuminated infrastructure in the public realm.

To supervise term contract and contractors in accordance with applicable contract law, appropriate regulations and local terms, conditions and specifications.

To manage, maintain and deliver services in accordance with the Health and Safety at Works acts 1974 and all corporate policies.

Deliver a highly professional service through on-going technical expertise and knowledge relating to design and technical standards.

To manage and monitor revenue and capital budgets in relation to ongoing contract performance and project delivery. Including recommending remedial action to ensure the service and projects meet financial targets and budgets

To monitor and deliver effective project management for projects, programmes and term contracts, contributing with the knowledge and understanding of project management techniques and methodologies necessary for the efficient and effective implementation.

To produce and maintain the development of creative innovative designs, lighting policies, strategies and plans that promote lighting with due regard to sustainability, the Council’s services and preparation of programmes to maximise funding opportunities.

To prepare official documentation such as specifications, contract conditions, reports, consultants’ briefs, ‘Bills of Quantities’ and evaluation of tenders and submissions.

Provide technical advice relating to programmes where improvements to public realm infrastructure or related projects are proposed. Liaising and negotiating with officers from other Council services, funding organisations, community groups, landowners, developers and others to ensure project objectives are achieved.

To monitor budget setting process for all lighting related accounts ensuring that the all functions assigned are provided in a cost-effective manner and to supervise and manage current expenditure, planning future financial requirements for investment strategies.

To represent the Council at meetings with other Local Authorities, London wide strategic bodies and similar organisations, in respect of the development and promotion of specific Council and Public Realm policies. Developing and maintaining partnerships and external relationships in order to promote and develop the Councils’ public realm infrastructure strategies, including the management of resulting specific programmes.

To actively contribute to managing and delivering the Councils Corporate standards, systems and aspirations in relation to customer care, equal opportunities, environmental management, health and safety and information technology.

Assist in the development and promotion of electronic information systems within the team and with other services or outside bodies where appropriate ensuring best use of technology available.

To organise surveys, site inspections and data capture exercises of various kinds, to evaluate, monitor and track asset and stock condition. Prepare and provide technical advice and guidance on the findings

To produce and maintain the development of the business unit’s street lighting functions to provide innovative forward thinking for continual improvements for projects and works

To comply with customer care guidelines and initiatives and carry out all duties in accordance with the Council’s equal opportunities policy

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Support Worker job in Southwark, London

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Job Title: Support Worker
Job Type: Contract
Location: Southwark, London
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Sugarman Education are currently looking for Support Workers required to support on a Full Time basis in a modernised Special Needs School in Southwark. This will be a full time role for at least one academic year starting in February 2020!

About the School:

The school has been rated as Good by recent Ofsted inspections
Caters for pupils aged between 11-18 years old with Severe and Profound learning difficulties.
A small proportion of students do require Personalised Care.
A great Multidisciplinary teams with physiotherapists, occupational therapist, speech & language therapists that will work alongside the successful Support Workers.
The school does not have parking but is close excellent public transport links including Overground, Underground and bus routes.
School hours are 08:30 - 15:45 with lunch break
Staff are paid on a weekly basis! The successful SEN Teaching Assistant will need:

An understanding of the UK National Curriculum/School system;
A proven record of working within an education or Health care setting
100% passion for education, commitment, reliability and honesty;
Excellent communication skills;
Excellent literacy and numeracy skills;
The ability to deal with possible behaviour issues;
The ability to work flexibly;
Comfortability in supporting with activities & games;
Applicant will required to undergo Safeguarding checks. If these role is of interest to you, please apply with your most up to date CV or Call Glenn on (phone number removed)!

Sugarman Education is committed to Safer Recruitment and currently holds the REC Education Accredited Status. Any job application is subject to an enhanced DBS check and satisfactory references in addition to any other safeguarding checks required.

Please note that due to high volumes of applications only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

Cordant Group is an equal opportunities employer

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