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We are recruiting for Support Workers for Seeley’s Day 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
- 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.
We’re looking for an ambitious person to join our Legal Team, and if required the wider Democratic, Legal and Policy Services teams. You will combine work-based training along with achieving an Intermediate (Level 2) or (Level 3) Apprenticeship in Business Administration.
In April 2020 all five councils in Buckinghamshire will become a single unitary authority. In preparation for this, this post is to be employed by the current Buckinghamshire County Council, on their terms and conditions, but managed by the current Wycombe District Council.
Buckinghamshire’s adoption service comprises three teams working flexibly to provide Family Finding, Recruitment and Assessment of adopters and Post Order Support.
This is a fixed term contract until November 2020.
Buckinghamshire Adult Learning delivers AAT courses to both apprentices and non-apprentice adult learners in Aylesbury. We are looking to recruit an experienced, qualified AAT tutor who can teach across levels 2-4. It is essential that you are able to plan and deliver high quality engaging sessions for all abilities of learners, while maintaining good records of student progress and have a sound knowledge of accounting and in particular the AAT (AQ2016) qualifications. You will work as part of a small team delivering to groups of 8-12 learners on part-time daytime courses. (3 hours a week for level 2 and 6 hours a week for levels 3 and 4) You must be able to effectively communicate, liaise and work with colleagues to plan, coordinate and deliver quality outcomes
Buckinghamshire County Council is working in partnership with Supply Desk to help our schools recruit supply teachers, support staff, intervention specialists and cover supervisors.
Supply Desk has been working throughout the county since 2003. The company has a very strong track record and a good understanding of the range of schools to be found across the county.
If you are looking for a teaching role, support staff role, intervention role or cover supervisor role either; short-term or long-term, please contact Nav Panesar, Recruitment Manager on 01923 295304 / 07584 632190 or by email Navjit.Panesar@supplydesk.co.uk. Alternatively, you can click on the following link to be taken straight to the Supply Desk registration page http://www.supplydesk.co.uk/register/ If you are a graduate, Supply Desk can also help you qualify as a teacher with a two-year school based training programme.
The team will be very happy to discuss your ideal position and the type of school you want to work in.