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Camp Director / Assistant Camp Director

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Camp Beaumont Day Camps
Salary
From £325 to £500 per week
Location
London, Surrey
Job term
Temporary
Job hours
Full time

Camp Director / Assistant Camp Director

Salary £325-£500 per week
Location London and the Home Counties
Job term Temporary Contract
Dates Summer only for new candidates
Job hours Full time

Requirements
• 20+
• Have a passion to work with children
• An excellent work ethic, great initiative and man management skills
• Relevant management experience, activity camp knowledge, leadership flair, co-ordination and planning ability are essential
• Childcare qualification and / or First aid qualification, knowledge of Ofsted, Childrens Act and EYFS (highly desirable, not essential)
• An ability to communicate at various levels - children, parents and staff.
• Computer Literate
• Applicants must be UK/EU citizens or have a valid UK work permit

Camp Directors are employed to take overall responsibility for the running of a summer camp and work closely with the Assistant Camp Director (s). You will be someone that everyone at camp looks to for motivation, support, and direction, therefore you must show knowledge and experience in the product, programming, customer care, diplomacy, financial care and health and safety. Full training and support is provided

During camp, the Management Team will be responsible for, but not limited to the following.

Programming
Customer Services
Health & safety
Transport

Day Camps are located at superb venues in Ascot, Sutton, Esher, Mill Hill, Northwood, Wimbledon, Woodford, Reigate, Tunbridge Wells, Richmond and Blackheath.

Please visit our Website for more information about the recruitment process and to apply online

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Programme Leader - Summer Camp

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The Challenge Network
Salary
Competitive
Location
West Midlands
Job term
Contract
Job hours
Full time

We are looking for Programme Leaders to oversee our intensive summer programme of sixty young people and a dozen staff, working both residentially and in the local community in London, Surrey, West Midlands or North West England, over a period of three or six weeks.

The Programme Leader (PL) is responsible for both the overall running of the programme and management of summer staff. The PL is supported by the Assistant Programme Leader in the delivery of the residential part of NCS with The Challenge, but not during the community part.

This role is suitable for an exceptional people manager with significant experience of working with young people. This is a fulfilling and demanding position which involves managing a team of twelve staff and overseeing the pastoral care and development of sixty sixteen-year-olds from mixed backgrounds.

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Senior Mentor - Summer Camps

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Recruiter
The Challenge Network
Salary
Up to £600 per week
Location
West Midlands
Job term
Contract
Job hours
Full time

Senior Mentor

Location: London, Surrey, West Midlands or North West England
Length of role: 14 days (plus two days of training)
Dates: June to August 2014

We are looking for Senior Mentors to lead teams of sixteen-year-olds during our intensive summer programme, working both residentially and in the local community in London, Surrey, the West Midlands or North West England.

The Senior Mentor is responsible for leading, inspiring and developing a team of twelve sixteen-year-olds through the whole of NCS with The Challenge. The Senior Mentor reports to the Programme Leader.

This role is suitable for a dynamic and confident person with experience of leading groups of young people, who is able to motivate them and command their respect.

About the Organisation

The Challenge Network is a fast-growing social enterprise that connects and inspires people across Britain to strengthen their communities. NCS with The Challenge is a programme that brings together young people from different backgrounds, builds their confidence, and challenges them to make a difference in their local community. In summer 2014, 16,500 young people across London, the West Midlands and the North West will take part in NCS with The Challenge for an intensive youth and community programme.

NCS with The Challenge is part of the National Citizen Service (NCS), a life-changing experience for 16 and 17-year-olds. The scheme is available to people from all backgrounds. Young people get the chance to do outdoor activities, meet new people and give something back to their communities. By taking part they learn new skills and have a great experience they can put on their CVs or college applications. NCS promotes:

• a more cohesive society by mixing participants from different backgrounds;
• a more responsible society by supporting young people’s transition into adulthood;
• a more engaged society by enabling young people to work together to create social action projects in their local communities.

NCS with The Challenge Programme

We bring together sixteen-year-olds from across a community and challenge them to connect with people from different backgrounds, learn key skills for the workplace, and make a difference in their community. They achieve this by completing three challenges:
• The Personal Challenge (PC): Socially mixed teams of young people bond through a week of challenging outdoor activities.
• The Team Challenge (TC): Teams return home and use their skills to experience serving the local community.
• The Real Challenge (RC): Teams work to design and organise activities that will bring the local community together over weekends in September. The Real Challenge Design (RCD) takes part during the last part of the summer programme and the Real Challenge Action (RCA) takes place over four weekends in September.

All young people who complete NCS with The Challenge graduate from our programme and are signposted into year-round volunteering, membership and social action opportunities through The Challenge Society.

About the Opportunity

A single programme lasts three weeks and includes outdoor activities, skill development and community service. We are looking for Senior Mentors who can commit for one or two programmes over the summer.
The Senior Mentor will:
• Lead, inspire and pastorally care for a team of twelve participants, ensuring their safety and assisting their personal development through three weeks of intense activities
• Work alongside the Practitioner during the Team Challenge and the Community Facilitator during the Real Challenge Design
• Work with the support of the Assistant Programme Leader to deal with challenging behaviour from young people
• Live residentially during the Personal Challenge and Team Challenge

All meals and accommodation are provided in The Personal Challenge and in the Team Challenge, and lunch only is provided in The Real Challenge Design. The accommodation during the Personal Challenge is generally in an outdoor activity centre and during Team Challenge is generally at a university campus; however, in some areas and during some parts of the programme, accommodation is at a campsite.

Training

All Senior Mentors receive a weekend of training in May or June to deliver NCS with The Challenge. Please see the Training schedule.

Work dates

The Senior Mentor can work on one or two waves during the summer. The work date options for a Senior Mentor are below.

Waves PC TC RCD Days off
1 23 to 27 June 30 June to 4 July 7 to 10 July 28-29 June, 5-6 July
2 30 June to 4 July 7 to 11 July 14 to 17 July 5-6 July, 12-13 July
3 7 to 11 July 14 to 18 July 21 to 24 July 12-13 July, 19-21 July
4 14 to 18 July 21 to 25 July 28 to 31 July 19-20 July, 26-27 July
5 21 to 25 July 28 July to 1 Aug 4 to 7 August 26-27 July, 2-3 August
6 28 July to 1 August 4 to 8 August 11 to 14 August 2-3 August, 9-10 August
7 4 to 8 August 11 to 15 August 18, 19, 20 and 22 August 9-10 August, 16-17 August, 21 August
8 11 to 15 August 18 to 22 August 25 to 28 August 16-17 August, 23-24 Aug
9 16 to 20 August 23 to 27 August 28 to 31 August 21-22 August

Waves one to eight involves no weekend working. The role is Mon-Fri (for PC and TC) and Mon-Thu (for RCD). Wave nine involves working over three consecutive weekends, including all three days of the bank holiday weekend.

About You

Candidates must demonstrate the following skills and characteristics:

Essential:
• Ability to motivate and command respect of a group of twelve young people
• Belief in young people and in helping them take more active roles in their communities
• Experience of working in a fast-paced and demanding environment

Beneficial:
• Experience working directly with groups of young people aged 14-19
• Experience of working in a residential youth environment
• Experience working in partnership with schools, youth or community organisations

We also look for all employees to show the following characteristics:
• Trust-building: Works hard to build trust with people. Brings people together in the community
• Responsibility-taking: Takes responsibility for actions and attitudes. Claims and solves problems in the community
• Understanding and Empathy: Works to understand others – their strengths, fears and needs. Ready to stand up for someone who is different

Requirement

All staff who work on NCS with The Challenge programme must have prior to starting work a returned satisfactory enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) dated since 30 April 2013 and two satisfactory references regarding their suitability to work with young people. The Challenge will assist the application for, and pay for the processing of, a new DBS for staff members where required.

Further details

This is an excellent opportunity to be involved with an exciting programme which has tangible results for the young people involved. The role is demanding and fast-paced but highly rewarding. The compensation for this contract role is £1,190 per three-week programme. This payment includes pay in lieu of annual leave and is subject to tax and National Insurance deductions. Staff will be paid through The Challenge Network payroll on a monthly basis after completion of the programme. Staff can only claim for travel expenses incurred during the delivery of the programme, and not to and from either the residential or community part of the programme.

To apply

To see timing and location options and to apply, please visit [contact details removed] .

NCS with The Challenge is part of the National Citizen Service programme.

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Duration
14 days + 2 days training

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Assistant Programme Leader - Summer Camps

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The Challenge Network
Salary
Competitive
Location
London
Job term
Contract
Job hours
Full time

Assistant Programme Leader

Location: Fully residential role in London, Surrey, West Midlands or North West England
Length of role: Two, four or six weeks (12, 24 or 34 days plus three days of training)
Dates: June to October 2014

Job Description

We are looking for Assistant Programme Leaders who will work for two, four or six weeks during summer 2014 and live on the programme on a fully residential basis in London, Surrey, West Midlands or North West England.

The Assistant Programme Leader (APL) is jointly responsible with the Programme Leader for the pastoral care of all sixty young people on the programme and is in charge of behaviour management. The APL will report to the Programme Leader in the delivery of the Personal and Team Challenge weeks of NCS with The Challenge. The APL does not work on the Real Challenge part of the programme.

This role is suitable for a specialist in managing behaviour of young people with significant experience of residential youth work. This is a fulfilling and demanding position which involves supporting the pastoral care and development of sixty sixteen-year-olds.

About the Organisation

The Challenge Network is a fast-growing social enterprise that connects and inspires people across Britain to strengthen their communities. NCS with The Challenge is a programme that brings together young people from different backgrounds, builds their confidence, and challenges them to make a difference in their local community. In summer 2014, 16,500 young people across London, the West Midlands and the North West will take part in NCS with The Challenge for an intensive three-week summer programme followed by four weekends in the autumn.

NCS with The Challenge is part of the National Citizen Service (NCS), a life-changing experience for 16 and 17-year-olds. The scheme is available to people from all backgrounds. Young people get the chance to do outdoor activities, meet new people and give something back to their communities. By taking part they learn new skills and have a great experience they can put on their CVs or college applications. NCS promotes:

• a more cohesive society by mixing participants from different backgrounds;
• a more responsible society by supporting young people’s transition into adulthood;
• a more engaged society by enabling young people to work together to create social action projects in their local communities.

NCS with The Challenge Programme

We bring together sixteen-year-olds from across a community and challenge them to connect with people from different backgrounds, learn key skills for the workplace, and make a difference in their community. They achieve this by completing three challenges:
• The Personal Challenge (PC): Socially mixed teams of young people bond through a week of challenging outdoor activities.
• The Team Challenge (TC): Teams return home and use their skills to experience serving the local community.
• The Real Challenge (RC): Teams work to design and organise activities that will bring the local community together. The Real Challenge Design (RCD) takes part during the last part of the summer programme and the Real Challenge Action (RCA) takes place over four weekends in September.

All young people who complete NCS with The Challenge graduate from our programme and are signposted into year-round volunteering, membership and social action opportunities through The Challenge Society.

About the Opportunity

A single programme for an Assistant Programme Leader lasts two weeks and includes outdoor activities and residential experiences.

The Assistant Programme Leader will:
• Work intensively with individual challenging young people as required throughout the Personal and Team Challenge
• Provide floating support to the five teams of young people as required by the Programme Leader
• Support each of the mentors in working with their teams and to give them some time off
• Support the Programme Leader in management of the discipline system where required
• Live residentially during the Personal Challenge and Team Challenge
All meals and accommodation are provided for in this role. The accommodation during the Personal Challenge is generally in an outdoor activity centre and during Team Challenge is generally at a university campus; however, in some areas and during some parts of the programme, accommodation is at a campsite.
Training

All Assistant Programme Leaders receive three days of non-residential training (Friday to Sunday) in May or June to deliver NCS with The Challenge.

Work dates

The Assistant Programme Leader will work for one, two or three full two-week roles (i.e. ten, twenty or thirty days of work) plus work on up to two additional days for each wave worked: the final day of Real Challenge Action (27th or 28th September) and graduation (11th or 12th October).

A one-wave APL works twelve days, a two-wave APL works 24 days and a three-wave APL works 34 days.

Wave PC TC RCA Graduation
1 23 to 27 June 30 June to 4 July 27 or 28 Sept 11 or 12 Oct
2 30 June to 4 July 7 to 11 July 27 or 28 Sept 11 or 12 Oct
3 7 to 11 July 14 to 18 July 27 or 28 Sept 11 or 12 Oct
4 14 to 18 July 21 to 25 July 27 or 28 Sept 11 or 12 Oct
5 21 to 25 July 28 July to 1 Aug 27 or 28 Sept 11 or 12 Oct
6 28 July to 1 Aug 4 to 8 August 27 or 28 Sept 11 or 12 Oct
7 4 to 8 August 11 to 15 August 27 or 28 Sept 11 or 12 Oct
8 11 to 15 August 18 to 22 August 27 or 28 Sept 11 or 12 Oct
9 16 to 20 August 23 to 27 August 27 or 28 Sept 11 or 12 Oct

Waves one to eight involves no weekend working during the summer period. The role is Mon-Fri (for PC and TC) and Mon-Thu (for RCD). Wave nine involves working over two consecutive weekends, including all three days of the bank holiday weekend. All RCA and graduation days take place at weekends.

About You

Candidates must demonstrate the following skills and characteristics:

Essential:
• Extensive experience of working directly with groups of young people
• Experience of working with young people with behavioural difficulties
• Experience of working with young people in a residential environment
• Experience of working in a fast-paced and demanding environment
• Willingness to develop project management and decision making skills

Beneficial:
• Experience of working with sixteen-year-olds
• Experience of managing or motivating groups of people in stressful environments (in a paid or voluntary capacity)
• Experience managing projects or events (for example youth programmes or complex events)
• Experience working with young people with a support requirement

We also look for all employees to show the following characteristics:
• Trust-building: Works hard to build trust with people. Brings people together in the community
• Responsibility-taking: Takes responsibility for actions and attitudes. Claims and solves problems in the community
• Understanding and Empathy: Works to understand others – their strengths, fears and needs. Ready to stand up for someone who is different

Requirement

All staff who work on the NCS with The Challenge programme must have prior to starting work a returned satisfactory enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) dated since 30 April 2013 and two satisfactory references regarding their suitability to work with young people. The Challenge will assist the application for, and pay for the processing of, a new DBS for staff members where required.

Further details

This is an excellent opportunity to be involved with an exciting programme which has tangible results for the young people involved. The role is demanding and fast-paced but highly rewarding. The compensation for this role is £1,140 for each 12-day wave on which you work. This payment includes pay in lieu of annual leave and is subject to tax and National Insurance deductions. Staff will be paid through The Challenge Network payroll on a monthly basis after completion of the programme. Staff can only claim for travel expenses incurred during the delivery of the programme, and not to and from either the residential or community part of the programme.

To apply

To see timing and location options and to apply, please visit [contact details removed] .

NCS with The Challenge is part of the National Citizen Service programme.

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Senior Practitioner - Children - Isle of Wight

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Jobg8
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From £28 to £29 per hour
Location
Isle of Wight
Job term
Temporary
Job hours
Full time

TXM Healthcare have a fantastic opportunity for an experienced qualified social worker / senior practitioner to join a child protection team based in the Isle of Wight for 3 months initially. This is a chance to live and work in a very nice location heading into the summer months, with TXM assisting all applicants secure suitable, affordable accommodation prior to contact start.

It is essential that applicants have at least 3 years post qualifying experience as a child protection social worker to be considered.

All applicants MUST be HCPC registered.

For more information and a full in depth job description please submit your CV to or call today to register on


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TXM Healthcare is an equal opportunities employer. If you have any specific requirements or require assistance or reasonable adjustments to be made for you during the selection process due to disability or long-term health condition, we will do our best to assist you.

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Nursery Teacher required Urgently for Summer Term

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TimePlan Education - HBB
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Competitive
Location
Luton
Job term
Temporary
Job hours
Full time

Are you a qualified and experienced Nursery Teacher who is available for a long term post in the Luton area?

This school is looking to recruit a high calibre Early Years practitioner asap to work in a free flow nursery which has three classes of 26 children.


This is a good and effective school. The leadership and management are good. The headteacher has a clear, accurate knowledge of what the school does well and of what needs to be improved. School self-evaluation matches inspection findings closely. The governing body provides a good level of support and challenge. As a result, children's progress and achievement are good. By the time they move on to their next schools, standards are broadly in line with those expected nationally overall and a small minority of children are already exceeding the standards expected for their age. This is particularly the case in personal development. There is a whole-school focus on this aspect of learning and the result is evident in the progress children make.
Pupils' personal development is good. Behaviour is good, due to the consistent approach of all staff and the high expectations they have for children. Their spiritual, moral, social and cultural development is good. Attendance is good for children's young ages. Children make good progress in learning how to keep themselves healthy and safe and they make a good contribution to the community through such activities as collecting for charities and composting fruit and vegetable parings. Their good progress with basic skills means that they are being well prepared for their future lives. However, opportunities for children to talk about and evaluate their progress or to take responsibility for the choices they make, such as recording what activities they have chosen to undertake or explain to their peers how they got on, are more limited.
Overall, the quality of teaching and learning is good. The planning of lessons benefits from a good curriculum, which encourages many exciting and worthwhile activities. There is a good range of visitors to the school. Teachers have good relationships with children and sessions proceed calmly. The activities that form the focus of learning are interesting and exciting. Good use is made of resources such as puppets and computers to interest children still further. As a consequence, their enjoyment of their learning is extremely good, and they concentrate well. However, there is inconsistency in the quality of planning for the explicit links between assessment and evaluation of previous sessions and what activities are currently provided. As a result, monitoring by leaders is not as easy as it should be. The school development plan identifies this as an area for focus and this is planned for the forthcoming year.
This is a very caring school, which looks after children well and in which they feel safe and happy. They are positive about the school and clearly enjoy their lessons. The good improvements made since the last inspection show that the school has a good capacity to continue to improve

- High quality childcare and education.
- 15 hours a week free education for 3 -5's
- Full day care for0 - 5's. full / part-time places.

Stay and play sessions.
- Open Plan - Free Flow with x100 children

We have
- Qualifield, professional & caring staff
- Purpose built building with extensive outdoor play areas

If you are a qualified and experienced Nursery Teacher who can start immediately and continue until the end of the academic year, this is an excellent opportunity to work in a well managed school.

For teachers looking to relocate to the Luton area we can assist with finding accommodation in clean, affordable housing along with other education professionals.

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Children’s Services Manager

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Networx Solutions
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From £38,442 to £38,442 per year
Location
Hertfordshire
Job term
Permanent
Job hours
Full time

Our client, one of the UK's leading children's charities, are now looking for a Children’s Service Manager to provide leadership and management for a selection of community based children’s services within Hertfordshire.

Within this key role, you will be responsible for performance management of procured services to contractual specification and requirements within organisational systems, policies and strategic direction. You will promote the continuous improvement across all the services as well as leading and implementing change across your portfolio.

Additionally you will manage the delivery of contracts that are compliant with quality safeguarding practice and the relevant policies and procedures. You will provide management, supervision and appraisals for your Children’s Service Leaders (CSL’s) and ensure operational plans are effectively developed and implemented for the allocated contracts and quality manage the service outcomes.

Educated to degree level or equivalent, and with a professional qualification (e.g. Social Work, Community Health, QTS, NPQICL), you will have strong experience of managing services for children, young people and families in their community. It is essential that you are able to demonstrate experience of working with partners and stake-holders, have good knowledge of relevant Child Protection policies and guidelines and have a broad understanding all related legislation and frameworks. With strong analytical and organisational skills and be able to interpret and analyse data and be competent in Microsoft Office applications. You will also have excellent communication and interpersonal skills along with time-management.

Due to the nature of this position, you will need access to a car as regular travel will be required. You will need to have a flexible approach to hours and occasional overnight stays; weekend or evening work may be required.

Our client is committed to safeguarding the welfare of the children and young people they serve. These posts are subject to necessary safeguarding checks including an enhanced + barred list DBS disclosure.

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Children’s Services Practitioner

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NSPCC
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From £29,500 to £33,000 per year
Location
Swansea
Job term
Permanent
Job hours
Full time

Children’s Services Practitioner, level 3 (Social Worker) £29,500 - £33,000 per annum, plus essential car user allowance 35hrs per week
Swansea Service Centre

An exciting opportunity has arisen at the NSPCC Service Centre in Swansea. We are currently working on services to develop best practice in four of seven priority areas of work with children and families identified in the NSPCC’s strategy. These are Sexual Abuse, Looked After Children, Neglect, and Under Ones. We will test out innovative ways of helping children and their parents and evaluate the effectiveness through research. The focus on all our services is on supporting and safeguarding the most vulnerable children and families.

This post will join a small team of practitioners working on our Evidenced Based Decisions service which falls under the Neglect theme. This service works jointly with Local Authority social workers to undertake a Family Functioning Review with families in complex neglect situations. The aim of this service is to inform more timely and effective decision making and to help families to understand their strengths and areas for improvement.

Reporting to the Team Manager, the successful applicant will require: experience of assessing and holding complex neglect cases, the ability to work in partnership with stakeholders, the ability to meet challenging deadlines, the ability to identify risk and initiate child protection intervention, up to date knowledge of legislation, research and best practice, and the ability to evaluate the effectiveness of their own practice. High quality report writing skills are imperative for this role.

The NSPCC have an excellent professional development and training programme and the successful candidate will receive good quality supervision and management from the Team Manager.

If you are interested in this post, hold a recognised social work qualification, a full driving license, are registered with the Care Council for Wales, are highly motivated, creative, able to work with change and are committed to delivering high quality services, then we would welcome an application from you.

Please click the 'Apply' button to apply.

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5x Children’s Services Worker (Play)

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Action for Children
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From £15,948 to £17,403 per year
Location
Hampshire
Job term
Permanent
Job hours
Part time

Take action to help children play and learn.

Children love playing and learning in a safe and secure environment. Our Children’s Centres allow them to do just that whilst also providing support services to their families. Joining us will mean the children’s welfare and needs are in safe hands at all times.

5x Children’s Services Worker (Play) £15,948 - £17,403 pa pro rata

1x Ref. HRSS003610 | Part-time, 20 hours per week Hart

4x Ref. HRSS003608 | Part-time, 16 hours per week Aldershot (Farnborough)

Our Children’s Services Workers are at the heart of our day-to-day operation. Providing activities for the under 5’s and their parent/carer, you’ll use your flair for providing a stimulating environment for children to learn through play.

To do so, you’ll need:
- Full driving licence and use of own vehicle
- English and Maths GCSE grade A-C
- A qualification to at least NVQ Level 3 in Early Years Child Care,
- Education or equivalent, Or equivalent experience.

You’ll also need:
- The ability to listen and respond sensitively to parents
- Excellent interpersonal and communication skills
- The ability to work effectively with formal and informal groups
- Ideally have experience of working directly with parents and children
- Have an underpinning knowledge of safeguarding and confidentiality
- The ability to work in a non-judgemental way
- Have good planning and organisational skills
- To be flexible in your approach to work and be able to manage a diverse work load.

And while you’re taking action for children, we’ll be taking action to make sure you’re fulfilled, with ongoing support and training.

Action for Children. Whatever it takes. For as long as it takes.

For further details and to apply visit our website, or write to Action for Children, Human Resource Shared Service, City Park, 368 Alexandra Parade, Glasgow G31 3AU quoting the relevant reference number.

Closing date: Friday, 25th April 2014.
Committed to quality, equality and valuing diversity, we welcome applications
that reflect the cultural diversity of the communities within which we work.

Registered charity no. 1097940.
Company no. 4764232.
Charity registered in Scotland SC038092.

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Summer Seasonal Crew

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The Stunning Tents Company
Salary
From £8.07 to £10.07 per hour
Location
Basingstoke and Deane
Job term
Temporary
Job hours
Full time

We need Crew to load vehicles, travel to site, build and dismantle our stunning tents and interiors, and carry out cleaning and maintenance tasks at the warehouse.

It is desirable that you:
Live within 30 minutes’ drive of our warehouse at RG26 5FL, and have your
own transport to get there.

The season is from now until the end of September 2014. You can expect most days to start at 6:15am at the warehouse, and the days to often be long.

Rate of Pay: £8.07ph up to £10.07ph.

Please e-mail your details to Greg with a covering letter for your application.

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