Experienced Level 2 KS1 Teaching Assistant Needed in Braunstone

A fantastic opportunity has arisen for a Level 2 KS1 TA / Key Stage 1 Teaching Assistant in a friendly Primary school in Braunstone. Trial days will be held as soon as possible, with the view to the successful Teaching Assistant starting work

Do you hold a Level 2 NVQ certificate in Childrens Learning and Development or equivalent? Are you confident in teaching literacy and numeracy to KS1 pupils? Do you work well independently and as part of a team?

The school is seeking to appoint a strong, experienced KS1 TA / Key Stage 1 Teaching Assistant who is able to be flexible and adapt to working with a range of age groups across the Key Stage. This will include working with small groups, and some 1 to 1 work with pupils that need additional support.

The role will include:

* Assisting the teacher with classroom preparation
* 1-1 work with students who require additional support
* Leading group work
* Helping the class teacher with pupil observations

As a KS1 TA / Key Stage 1 Teaching Assistant through TeacherActive you will receive:

* Competitive rates of pay
* Support from a dedicated team of consultants
* An excellent referral scheme
* Access to a range of unique positions in our schools.

All applicants will be contacted to discuss suitability and then invited to register with TeacherActive.

Registration involves an enhanced DBS check, ID checks and will require you to supply good professional references. We pride ourselves on excellent service. We can provide a wide range of opportunities in schools and other educational institutions, with good rates of pay, at times to suit your needs.

Regular external audits have shown repeatedly that our standards are exceptional. We are passionate about finding the right staff for each environment.

TeacherActive is an equal opportunities employer, and operates as an Employment Business in providing temporary or contract job-seeking services

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SEN Teaching Assistant

SEN Teaching Assistant

Are you looking for a teaching assistant role in the Warrington area? Are you friendly and supportive? Do you have experience working with children with special needs or behavioural issues? Can you provide whole class, 1:1 and small group support? If your answer is yes then this could be the teaching assistant role you’ve been looking for….

This school aspires to teach the key skills to enable children to fulfil their potential in future life. You will be joining a successful and valued team where everyone in the school community is supported. You will be providing essential support to the children that really need it most and ensure they make good progression in Reading, Writing and Maths.

Benefits;

Possible offer of a longer or permanent position.
Spacious facilities and modern resources all of which contribute to memorable learning experiences.
Friendly and team orientated staff will make you feel welcomed and supported.
Shared school values which creates a comfortable and successful work environment.

Responsibilities;

Providing whole class, 1:1 and small group support.
Supporting learners with additional needs.
Supporting the class teacher with academic support.
Some assessments on progress levels of learners.
Managing behaviour in all lessons and around school.

Requirements;

Experience working with children with specials needs or behavioural issues.

Relevant qualifications useful – any experience level would be considered if the candidate has the right personality and is adaptable and flexible with a willing to learn new skills.

Must have at least two valid professional references (from working with children) and be able to pass Randstad’s compliance checks (which include having a valid DBS in place as well as ID and eligibility to work in the UK).

If you’re looking for a fulfilling and rewarding role then this opportunity will not be available for long so please apply today or contact us if you would like more information.

We work with a number of schools in the Cheshire and Warrington area at any time so if this role isn’t the right position for you then please contact us to discuss other roles that will be more suitable for you.

Randstad Education is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and require all applicants to share this commitment. All applicants will be subject to an enhanced DBS check

We offer a Recommend a Teacher Scheme where we will pay you ?300 worth of vouchers for each teacher you recommend once they have worked a short qualifying period

Supply Teachers Needed in Sale – September Vacancies

With the new academic year fast approaching, Connex Education is seeking enthusiastic and reliable Supply Teachers to start work in Sale. We have established strong partnerships with a number of primary schools in this area, who would like to build up a base of regular supply staff – thus meeting their day-to-day cover needs, whilst also maintaining a good level of consistency for the pupils. Long-term placements are also available and, if it is something that you are interested in, many of these could lead onto a permanent position for the right candidate.

Applications from both Qualified Teachers and NQTs will be accepted, as long as you have relevant teaching experience (a minimum of 4 months obtained within the last year) and an up-to-date DBS check registered on the update service. Ideally we would like to find flexible candidates, who are willing to accept placements at short notice and prepared to travel for up to 45 minutes (i.e. 5-20 miles) for work. The role will involve taking temporary responsibility for classes across the primary level, delivering lessons in line with the national curriculum and successfully encouraging their development using a range of classroom resources and innovative teaching methods.

If you are a talented Primary Teacher and you would like to work on a supply basis in Sale, apply today! One of our helpful recruitment consultants will contact you soon with further information.

Connex Education is a high quality, service-led education supply agency which puts its people – not its profit – first. We concentrate on finding the right people, with the right skills and attitudes, for our schools. We hand-pick our staff, put them on our own payroll, and give them the same dedicated attention and support that we give our schools. Looking after people is central to our business: it’s what has earned us our excellent reputation

Driven Qualified English Teacher needed in Bristol

Driven Qualified English Teacher needed in Bristol September start!

A fantastic mixed school based in Bristol are looking for an engaging and driven English teacher with the ability to teach KS3 & KS4, starting in September to cover the first term until christmas.

The school have asked to put forward candidates that can attend a trial week at the beginning of the new academic year, to assess how well the individual works within the ethos of the school, and most importantly, the pupils. The role will be covering leave 5 days a week until the end of the first term.

The school are passionate about helping each of their pupils to develop their skills in a safe and encouraging environment and to strive for excellence. We are looking for an exceptional English teacher who can reflect this ethos in their teaching and with their pupils.

You will need to be adaptable and be able to create stimulating and vibrant lessons for KS3 & KS4 in line with the curriculum, demonstrate effective teaching practices and strong behaviour management skills. The ability to teach KS5 is desired but not essential as there is the potential to work with the sixth form.

The demand for an exceptional English teacher at the moment is extremely high, with candidates being offered competitive rates of pay due to their specialism.

This wonderful school prides itself on providing a safe and happy environment where children are able to thrive. You will be working alongside a friendly, supportive team who will help you reach your full potential. The successful candidate will be able to easily immerse themselves in school life and quickly become one of the team. It is essential that you have good working knowledge of the curriculum and that you have experience of planning and prepping, as well as excellent classroom management. The school are looking for someone who wants to inspire and motivate children with the enthusiasm and ability to involve themselves in all possible extra curriculum activities.

Newly Qualified Teachers are also encouraged to apply.

Applicants need to have:

* QTS with a specialism in English

* Experience teaching English up to KS4 / Key Stage 4
* A real desire to make a positive difference to the pupils that you work with

All applicants will be contacted to discuss suitability and then invited to register with TeacherActive.

Registration involves an enhanced DBS/ CRB check, identity checks and requires all applicants to supply good professional references. Please only apply if you are confident that you will pass this procedure. In return, we will offer leading industry rates, a no hassle payment scheme, a personal consultant for a one to one service – and a unique referral system.

TeacherActive has been awarded the Quality Mark to denote excellence in providing supply staff to schools. TeacherActive is an equal opportunities employer, and operates as an Employment Business in providing temporary or contract job-seeking services

Senior Project Manager

Our client the leading independent provider of education research and related services is looking to recruit a Senior Project Manager for their Research & Product Operations Department.

Their Research & Product Operations (RPO) Department is responsible for the administrative and data collection aspects of all of their extensive range of surveys, data collection and test trialling projects. They also provide research services directly to external clients, run a number of panel based and omnibus services and manage the delivery of a number of products and services for schools.

The RPO service is divided into a number of teams, co-ordinated by the Director of Research & Product Operations. Much of our work focuses on enlisting the co-operation of LAs, schools and other organisations and individuals in order to secure appropriate samples, collect data and to make all the arrangements necessary for the smooth running of the various operations.

About the Role:-

Our client is looking to recruit energetic, detailed focused, and experienced hands on Senior Project Manager who will take on a senior role in their Research & Product Operations Department (RPO), managing a range of complex projects at one time and contributing to their overriding strategy, to improve education and the lives of learners. This is an exciting opportunity for a hands-on Project Manager who enjoys turning complex activities into practical reality, as well as using formal Project Management techniques to assure quality and delivery.

You will be required to manage a wide range of projects which could include surveys and data collections, a test development trial, delivery of products for schools or a marking project.

The successful candidate will have direct experience of hands on project management roles and be able to demonstrate the ability to manage and motivate cross functional teams. the ability to learn new technology and complex processes are essential. The ability to assimilate information and translate complex requirements into administrative practicalities is also important.

Key Deliverables:-

* Devising solutions to deliver new projects
* Undertaking project and product management, using formal project management approaches
* Ensuring impact and effectiveness of projects and delivery of high quality outputs
* Providing effective line management
* Leading and motivating project teams
* Carrying out budget management and cost control
* Working with colleagues to implement continual development and improvement of the department
* Developing technical specifications to support project processes
* Writing and pitching for projects via competitive tendering

Skills & Essential Requirements:-

* A degree or equivalent with a numerate / technical element
* Management experience, including management of sizeable projects
* Ability to demonstrate strong leadership and motivational skills
* Proven large scale, complex operational project management skills

* An interest and aptitude to learn new technologies
* Knowledge of the education system

* Project management qualification such as Prince2 or equivalent expertise or alternative
* The ability to manage teams and drive progress
* The ability to develop processes from scratch, mapping plans and turning outline projects into real deliverable steps
* Proven ability to manage and control budgets
* A creative approach and the ability to take on and shape new and unknown projects
* A real interest in operational and logistical projects

Candidates will need to be able to demonstrate the ability to pick up domain knowledge quickly or have previous experience in local authority, Government, Eductaional institutionals, Educational publishing organisations

Education Instructor

We have an exciting opportunity for an experienced high quality Education Instructor to work in the Wiltshire area delivering the Prince William Award. The award is a character and resilience programme that provides children and young people with knowledge, skills and experience and most importantly the self-belief that they can achieve.

The Organisation
Our client is a charity that works in partnership with schools in the UK, drawing upon the skills of predominately but not exclusively ex-services personnel, to deliver our unique and innovative Prince William Award to young people aged 6-14 years. The award programme is the only one of its kind in the name of our Royal Patron, HRH The Duke of Cambridge KG KT.

The Role of Education Instructor
This role will cover programme delivery in the Wiltshire area and applicants must be willing to travel in this role. The position requires lone working and will be remotely managed by your Area Manager.

Key Responsibilities as Education Instructor
* Deliver the curriculum and other courses and qualifications to students, including activities on residential courses, external trips, expeditions and income generation projects
* Build rapport with the students constantly maintaining a professional manner while being flexible in approach to students and having the ability to adapt to individual learning styles
* Be effective communicators with excellent team working skills and the ability to build positive relationships with colleagues, schools and young people
* Create a positive and supportive learning environment for our young people, adhering to all relevant policies and procedures
* Produce and implement risk assessments to ensure our duty of care is adhered to
* Assess and moderate work, reporting on progress to ensure students progress as planned

Education Instructor – Key Skills/Qualifications required:
* Ideally will hold a Level 4 Certificate in Education or equivalent, or a willingness to undertake training to achieve this
* Must be qualified to a minimum Level 2 in Literacy and Numeracy
* To hold a full driving licence, ideally including category D1 (or be willing to work towards D1 if not currently held)
* Experience of working effectively with challenging young people, under performers and gifted individuals
* Experience of producing schemes of work and lesson plans and planning educational activities
* Knowledge of Diversity, Health & Safety, Child Protection and Safeguarding legislation

Hours & Salary
The salary for Education instructors is £22,884 per annum. Working hours are 37.5 per week on a permanent contract. Employment is likely to start in late August / early September.

Additional information
Please note, the closing date for applications is 5pm on 18 August. If you have not heard from us within 2 weeks of the closing date please assume that your application has been unsuccessful.

Our client is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.

This organisation is an equal opportunities employer and positively encourages applications from suitably qualified and eligible candidates regardless of sex, race, disability, age, sexual orientation, gender reassignment, religion or belief, marital status, or pregnancy and maternity.

How to Apply
Please note that in accordance with our recruitment and consultancy processes, Hot Recruitment Consultants t/a eRecruitSmart may send your CV, if shortlisted, to the Hiring Manager at our Clients business and by applying for this position you give your consent for us to do so.

You must have eligibility to work in the UK. Please note, only suitable applicants will be contacted. If your address and contact details are not on your CV, you will not be considered.

We look forward to hearing from you!

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