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Teaching Assistant – The Cottesloe School
Fixed term in first instance (Sept 2019 to July 2020)
Part Time up to 25 hours per week, 38 weeks per year (term time only)
Bucks Pay Range 1 pro rata (from £15,840 - £18,305 pa FTE)
We are looking to appoint a hardworking and enthusiastic Teaching Assistant to join our SEND Team on a fixed-term appointment to July 2020 in the first instance. The successful candidate will be someone who can work calmly and professionally with students to support them with their learning needs, and is confident working in a classroom setting. Experience of working with young people of secondary school age is essential.
We are looking for a resourceful and enthusiastic individual who has practical experience of premises work (not necessarily in a school setting).
Hours: Full Time (although part time will be considered)
Salary: £19,077 - £25,703 per annum
We have an excellent opportunity for an experienced social work professional to shape and develop our practice. This new and innovative role is pivotal to our improvement programme and involves reviewing and improving our practice in our front line children’s teams. You will work with the Practice Development Team providing support and training in response to key deficits identified through our review work. You will use your networking and liaison skills to support our service improvements helping to establish a network of practice champions.
This is a full time role working 37 hours per week, on a fixed term contract until November 2020.
We are seeking to appoint a hardworking and enthusiastic person with excellent communication skills to provide relief cover for our busy Student Services team.
Student Services Administrator
10 hours per week, term time only (38 weeks with 5 weeks holiday pay)
Working pattern midday – 2.00pm daily
Bucks Pay Point 1B 10 (£18,305 pro rata. Actual salary £4,090 per annum)
Fixed term contract to 17 July 2020, required for immediate start
We are looking for an innovative and committed classroom practitioner, who can teach and lead outstanding KS3, KS4 & KS5 Geography and is committed to raising achievement and delivering excellent teaching and learning.
GEOGRAPHY SUBJECT LEADER
SALARY: M1 (£23,720) ~ UPR3 (£39,406)
ADDITIONAL TLR: £4311
FROM JANUARY 2020
We are looking for a highly organised, communicative project management facilitator to drive forward and coordinate an exciting new operational plan within the SEND IAS service.
This is a fixed term post until June 2020, working 15 hours per week, two full days per week (one to definitely include Wednesday).
The actual salary for 15 hours per week will be £10,047 - £10,600 per annum depending on previous service.
Interviews will take place on 8th October 2019.
Are you a person with a passion to help people? If so, would you like to work alongside like-minded, committed colleagues who enable people with a learning disability to increase their self-esteem, have more say, and control over their lives? Talkback has been working with people with a learning disability since 1998, aiming to achieve choice, opportunity and respect. Talkback is user led and knows what life is like when you have a learning disability. We are currently recruiting:
Project Workers – Learning Assistants - £18000- £19200 p.a. (pro rata for part time and term time roles)
Both full and part time roles available (a minimum of 3 days a week)
Full year and term time roles available
No shift work or evening/weekend work
On 01 November 2018, it was announced by the government that the five councils in Buckinghamshire will become a single unitary authority in April 2020. This is an exciting opportunity for all the councils in the county to come together to build a brand new council for Buckinghamshire, building on the best experience and expertise of the five current councils. We are developing plans with our District Council colleagues to build a new Unitary Council that is ambitious in its outlook, provides Buckinghamshire residents with simpler ways to access services that they need, and makes best use of public money. Any changes made to the structure of local authorities in the county may affect council employees in the future. Therefore, the five councils have agreed to restrict applications to this position to current employees of the five councils for a period of 14 days from 12th September to 26th September. External candidates are welcome to submit their application at any point; however, if a current employee applies during this 14 day period, their application will be assessed prior to the council considering applications from external candidates.
This is a new and exciting opportunity for a Business Objects reporting and insight specialist to lead and manage the development of a new suite of business intelligence products to inform the management of Adult Social Care services, as the Council introduces a new case management system for Social Care clients (the Councils iCares programme).
The new system is being introduced through the Councils iCares programme of work and includes changes to how the Council records cost related information for clients alongside the new case management and reporting systems. The successful candidate will manage the delivery of business intelligence products for Adult Social Care as well as Business Objects related reports for finance teams across Children’s and Adults Social Care.
You’ll come to us with outstanding technical expertise in the design, development and maintenance of business intelligence products. The SAP Business Object platform is our toolset of choice and you will have a proven track record of utilising these tools to an advanced level developing business intelligence products for Social Care and Finance functions.
Working collaboratively with colleagues across the Social Care functions, Finance and the iCares programme, you will ensure that the new business intelligence products are fit for purpose, and delivered to the required quality standards and timescales.
We are recruiting for Support Workers for Autism Services. Experience in social care would be desirable; however, we offer a fantastic training programme for those who can demonstrate the essential skills, values and qualities below:
- Energetic, positive and motivated
- Caring, empathetic and respectful
- Responsible and trustworthy
- Resilient and confident
- Honest and acts with others best interests at heart
- Able to build effective relationships and communicate to a high standard
We have 2 full time, permanent positions available.
On 01 November 2018, it was announced by the government that the five councils in Buckinghamshire will become a single unitary authority in April 2020. Any changes made to the structure of local authorities in the county may affect council employees in the future. Therefore, the five councils have agreed to restrict applications to this position to current employees of the five councils for an initial 2-week period. External candidates are welcome to submit their application at any point; however, if a current employee applies between 12th and 26th September, their application will be assessed prior to the council considering applications from external candidates.
We need a full time LSA to provide 1:1 learning support and classroom support for a year 2 class from October 7th 2019.