Are you looking for an opportunity to work in a caring village school where children, a love of learning and strong values are at the heart of all we do?
Are you an enthusiastic, committed, child centred teacher dedicated to releasing every child’s full potential and making learning irresistible?
The Chiltern Hills Academy invites applications for an exciting opportunity to join the staff of a successful, mixed 11-18 Church of England Academy in the Chiltern Hills, conveniently situated at the end of the London Underground Metropolitan Line.
32.5 hours per week, Term time plus INSET days (39 weeks with 5.1 weeks holiday pay)
Working pattern: Mon, Wed, Thur, Fri 8.40am – 3.15pm and 8.45am – 3.30pm on Tuesday’s to include 4x paid working lunches.
Bucks Pay Point 2 (actual salary £13,935 - £15,650) dependent on experience.
Initial fixed term one year contracts, required for September 2018 start.
Building Futures is funded by the European Social Fund and the National Lottery, through the Big Lottery Fund.
Project Officer required by the Oasis Partnership, a charity based in Aylesbury supporting people with drug and alcohol misuse across Buckinghamshire.
Salary up to £21,450 p.a. depending on skills and experience.
Fixed term contract until Sept 2019.
This is a great opportunity to work across a number of teams, to gain a broad understanding of HR. We are looking for an apprentice with good verbal and written communication skills to join our HR Resourcing, Policy & Reward team. Working for one of the largest employers in the County, you will complete a Level 3 (Advanced) Business Administration Apprenticeship while you are with us and gain great experience in the field of HR.
This is an apprenticeship role, which is expected to last c18 months. The pay rate for this role is £3.79 per hour.
We are looking to recruit a lively, enthusiastic administrator to work at a fast pace in our busy Specialist Business Support team. If you learn quickly and demonstrate the right work ethic we can offer you a friendly and supportive work environment.
About Buckinghamshire County Council
Our vision is simple - to make a real difference to the people and communities we serve, now, and for the future. This means safeguarding the vulnerable, creating opportunities, building self-reliance and keeping our County thriving and attractive while at the same time delivering value for money to our customers; the people of Buckinghamshire.