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chichester | £48,180
the special educational needs assessment team (senat) manage the decisions and processes concerned with the statutory education health and care needs assessment process for learners with an education, health, and care plan (ehcp), the placement of children in learning settings and the allocation of resources to settings. the team considers suitability of and, where appropriate, arranges the assessment and placement of children, young people and young adults with special educational needs (sen) in accordance with the provisions of the children and families act 2014 and associated regulations, including the sen code of practice, to ensure that the statutory assessment procedures are followed and that ehcps are issued and reviewed within the timescales laid down by the regulations. for further information and to find out about the different roles in the sen assessment team, please visit west sussex sen assessment team (senat). salary: £48,180- £51,613 per annum working pattern: full-time, permanent (37 hours) location: chichester as team manager for senat you will manage the effective operation and performance of a team of staff within the special educational need assessment teams (senat) providing a referral, assessment placement, monitoring and review service for children and young people from 0-25 in accordance with the children & families act 2014 (part 3) the sen code of practice 2014, education act 1996 and related legislation. you will also act as the principal decision maker in respect of children's assessment, the contents of statutory education health & care plans (ehcps) and educational placements for children/young people with an ehcp on behalf of wscc you will work to support the inclusion of children/young people with ehcps within early years settings, schools, colleges and provision of specialist placements and services. you will act as the lead officer and represent wscc at send tribunal and will work directly with parents and young people with sen in especially complex situations and at all stages of disagreement resolution. experience and skills you will have excellent problem-solving skills with the ability to make sound pragmatic decision and be an excellent communicator with the ability to influence. you will have research and knowledge management skills and be able to analyse and make judgements based on principles. in addition you will be able to demonstrate the following: key skills: ability to make sound pragmatic problem-solving decisions, which will have a wider service impact. the ability to provide comprehensive professional advice and support within the service specialism, including tackling difficult problems of a technical, professional, resource or people related nature.excellent communication skills with ability to influence actions by others and negotiate effective business solutions.research and knowledge management skills.able to analyse and make judgements based on understanding of principles.ability to challenge existing practices and identify innovative solutions within the required framework.ability to set timescales and review effectiveness of service delivery.effective people management and performance management skills and the ability to provide direction and support to individuals and teams.ability to apply project management principles and practices.sound and accurate it and keyboard skills, for general office duties for example producing reports and undertaking research qualifications, knowledge and experience: post graduate professional qualification relevant either to management or to the professional service specialism or special educational needs; or equivalent level of significant experience demonstrating applied application of the above levels of knowledge in a relevant setting.relevant chartered status of a professional body or equivalent high-level experience of involved practices.demonstrable experience of delivering or co-ordinating a quality customer focused service to others.significant post qualification experience in dealing with significant and diverse issues.experience of managing/leading staff. desirableexperience of managing a small budget and/or contributing to financially related decisions on larger spends.experience of supporting initiatives in a political environment. desirableauthoritative, applied knowledge of the specialist or professional discipline including technical theories and related principles.detailed knowledge of practices and procedures relating to management of discipline.sound and accurate it knowledge e.g. microsoft office. rewards and benefits as an employer we recognise that it is our employees that are central to everything we do. we aim to create a supportive and dynamic working environment where employees can achieve their full potential, achieve a healthy work-life balance and are rewarded for the work they do. for a full list of the benefits offered to you as a west sussex county council employee, you can find this at our rewards and benefits page. the reference number for this role is cafhe04007.
Closing on 14 Oct
hertfordshire | £31,895
job duties:hertfordshire truly is the county of opportunity. housing growth in the county is presently anticipated to a level of 100,000 homes. the highways development management team based at county hall are looking for an officer/transport planner to join the team. someone who has a focus on providing highway responses to planning applications and a desire to influence sustainable development, and ensuring the impacts of growth are managed. this is an exciting opportunity with involvement in interpreting transport policy and technical standards in order to deliver the formal advice of the county council, as the statutory highway and transport authority. the role requires an ability to work in a collaborative manner with colleagues, private sector partners and local planning authorities. we are looking for enthusiastic and pro-active individuals to join the service. the role will involve: considering, evaluating and reporting upon the transport implications of planning applications informally at pre-application stage and formally as part of the statutory response period when submitted;providing support to the process of negotiating with developers and their consultants on contributions to transportation infrastructure arising from development proposals and ensure these are properly secured through the completion of appropriate legal agreements;contribute local development management intelligence to the production of spatial transport strategies;represent the county council at meetings with private sector partners, district council planning departments and at appeals (written reps/ informal). key benefits of the role include: opportunity to be involved with shaping future highway infrastructure provision to support the government’s growth agenda both at a local and strategic level;working with a diverse range of internal and external stakeholders to deliver a quality service;gain an understanding of planning and highway law, including the town & country planning act 1990 and highways act 1980. this role is a fantastic opportunity for an individual with relevant experience to further (or commence) their knowledge in the highway sector where you will be considering development proposals involving local and strategic schemes. closing date: sunday 16th october 2022interview date: week commencing monday 24th october 2022
Closing on 16 Oct
sunderland | £20,672
envision aesc is the world’s leading battery technology company and lithium-ion battery manufacturer. headquartered in japan, and with manufacturing facilities in the u.k, u.s and japan, we are currently looking for dynamic, forward thinking individuals with innovative ideas to join us in our sunderland plant to help deliver our current and future generation l-ion batteries into the rapidly expanding ev market place. our lithium-ion batteries can be found in more than 600,000 electric vehicles worldwide and have a superior safety record of zero-critical issues. we will continue to build upon these successes and expand into new markets and industries, producing innovative and competitive products and technologies that advance the goal of a zero-carbon emission future. mission & main objectives: considering the ongoing expansion, an admin assistant is required within the engineering department to support the delivery of current and future projects. the admin assistant will support the engineering team by handling a wide range of administrative tasks. outline and responsibilities: reporting to engineering management and providing general administrative support to engineering and other department functions as required.general office duties and coordination of team events.coordinate travel for the team and external suppliers.maintain schedules for meetings.interface with all levels of the organization and external parties in a professional and effective manner.support raising of purchase orders including management of po/gr forecast/actual schedule.manage engineering document management systems. experience and qualifications required: 4 or 5 gcses at grades 9 to 4 (a* to c), or equivalent, including english and maths.admin experience (1-2 years).excellent time management skills and ability to multi-task and prioritise work.computer literate with experience of using microsoft word, powerpoint and excel.good written, communication & interpersonal skills.experience of working in a customer facing role.capex and revenue budget knowledge is an advantage.willingness to learn.
Closing on 07 Nov
woodbridge | £25,419
job title: e-form development officer location: woodbridge, suffolk salary: £25,419 - £36,371 per annum (career graded, job evaluation pending) job type: permanent/full-time - 37 hours per week closing date: 11.30pm, 23 october 2022 interview date: week commencing 31 october 2022 about us: east suffolk council is an exciting place to work and a great place to make a real difference to people's lives, delivering vital services to a quarter of a million people across east suffolk. we hugely value our staff and know that in order for us to remain successful, it is essential for us to recognise talented employees, developing and retaining them within the organisation. we are therefore committed to investing in our staff and providing first-class support to ensure a positive culture and rewarding careers. the role: east suffolk council is an exciting place to work and a great place to make a real difference to people's lives, delivering vital services to a quarter of a million people across east suffolk. we currently have an exciting opportunity to join east suffolk council's digital team as an e-form development officer. whether you are experienced or looking to develop your skills further, please read on, this is a career graded role to allow for the right candidate to join our dedicated team. we offer a mature approach to remote and flexible working so come help us meet our digital aims and ambitions at east suffolk! you will play a key role in the implementation of e-form solutions to contribute towards the continuous improvement of our digital service provision, promote more efficient/streamlined transactions and enable digital channel shift through self-service options across all council services. as part of this role, you will work with teams across the council to assess their requirements, understand business processes and develop new digital processes to support their service needs. you will also provide ongoing technical support in relation to e-forms, self-service portals and crm environments and proactively use statistical analysis to inform future development and improvements, including accessibility. the candidate: our ideal candidate will have excellent it skills as well as technical knowledge and experience in e-form creation software, process improvement and user experience design. you will also have excellent communication skills, a high level of initiative and the ability to challenge and improve current working practices to transform the way we work. if you think you have what it takes to be successful in this role, even if you don't meet all the essential requirements, please apply. we'd appreciate the opportunity to consider your application. we are working in an agile way and can accommodate remote working arrangements for the right candidate. why work for us? east suffolk council is a great place to work and there are lots of benefits our employees can access. to find out more about why we are so proud of east suffolk council, take a look at our video and hear why our employees think it is such a great place to work. here are some of the main benefits: great opportunities for training and developmentgenerous leave entitlement (equivalent to 24 days a year, increasing to 30 days after 5 years' service, plus bank holidays)local government pension schemefree car parking (for when you are working in the office)discounts on mobile phones, computers, holiday and travel, fashion and clothing, health and beauty and many other products and services. please see our benefits brochure for further information. the majority of our teams are working in an agile way, with a mixture of home and office working, depending on individual preferences and service requirements. if you wish to discuss how that might impact your working arrangements if you were the successful candidate, please contact the recruiting manager. please click on the apply button and you will be redirected to the council's careers page. candidates with the relevant experience or job titles of; community improvement officer, community investment, improvement and development officer may also be considered for this role.
Closing on 04 Nov
birkenhead | £23,023
magenta living is the largest registered social landlord on the wirral. this is an exciting opportunity to join the magenta family and work for one of the largest employers in birkenhead. we have an exciting opportunity for a full-time permanent project officer to work within our young person’s emergency accommodation based in wallasey! the position is based in a residential property which is easily accessible from most transport links with just a short walk from local bus routes. hours: 07:30-15:30 (days), 15:00-22:30 (late) and 22:30-07:30 (nights) project officer role: manor road is a short term supported housing project offering emergency accommodation for 6 young people aged between 16-18. you will offer them the opportunity to make progress in their lives, to build resilience & meet their aspirations. project officer duties: you will play a key role in supporting residents to maintain their tenanciesidentify and achieve their goaldevelop independent living skills and move on successfully. our project officers need to be disciplined, flexible, enthusiastic, caring, calm and wise. you must have the ability to relate well to young and vulnerable people from a wide variety of backgrounds, an understanding of their needs and the ability to deliver services with empathy and understanding. project officer requirements: we are looking for someone with a positive and enthusiastic personality with a strong focus on communication and customer servicewho has some experience in delivering a front-line customer service in a challenging environment.excellent attention to detailthe ability to organise and prioritise work plus the desire to deliver a high-quality standard of work is essential. excellent communication skills, both verbal and written will also be required.previous experience of working with young people would be an advantage but is not essential as training will be provided. closing date: 5th october 2022 interview date(s): 12th october 2022 if you feel suitable for thisproject officer role, please apply now! magenta living are committed to creating a diverse and inclusive workforce and are proud to be an equal opportunities employer. applications from all suitably qualified individuals are encouraged regardless of age, disability, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion or belief and marriage and civil partnerships. we offer a range of family friendly policies and flexible working arrangements to support employees from different backgrounds. we will positively encourage applications from candidates with protected characteristics which are under-represented in specific roles in accordance with section 158 of the equality act 2010.
Closing on 03 Nov
erdington | £30,000
we have an amazing opportunity for a vans team manager to join the team at our birmingham dealership. for the right candidate we are offering a competitive salary, bonus and car allowance. benefits: 23 days holiday rising to 25 after 2 years’ service company car allowance staff car scheme competitive pension scheme - company pays up to 4% perkbox membership eye care vouchers life assurance - 4 x salary employee assistance programme you will: • be planning and agreeing sales and profit objectives for the van sales team hands on selling commercial vehicles to customers • control and manage agreed budgets including expenditure and the management of company property • managing agreed processes and protocols across the business in line with mercedes-benz vans and lsh brand and franchise standards • managing your team on a day to day basis, reviewing all activity • building relationships both internally and externally with prospects/customers, support other team members and taking responsibility for all business development and customer requirements across birmingham and manchester • ensure that health and safety objectives are always met you will have: • experience as a vans sales executive essential supervisory experience • high level of kerridge dms knowledge • process orientated • good level of mercedes-benz systems and procedures knowledge • commercial acumen • communication & listening skills • people management skills • flexible and adaptable to change • ability to work with all internal and external stakeholders • able to travel to all group locations regularly
Closing on 02 Nov
woking | £32,173
the starting salary for this role is £32,173 per annum for working 36 hours per week. could you help support the senior coroner deliver their judicial duties in a role where no two days are the same? we are recruiting for a coroner’s officer to join us in a fast paced and diverse role. as a coroner’s officer you will need to provide a high-quality service to bereaved families by progressing cases efficiently and with empathy. your excellent customer service and communication skills will tie in with your ability to relate to people from backgrounds reflecting the diversity of the people who live and work in surrey. we are looking for individuals who can work at pace to make a difference to the lives of people who have lost family members, loved ones or friends. this role requires being able to deliver the legal duties required compassionately, whilst being personally emotionally resilient when dealing with what may be difficult or traumatic situations. this role is key to helping investigate where circumstances of a death may have been avoidable and so help prevent that from happening in future. we believe this is a hugely rewarding role that is of benefit to the residents of surrey. we are looking for someone who: is analytically minded in order to perform this investigation driven rolehas experience of providing high levels of customer care and professionalism to members of the publichas the ability to write well structured, clear and concise reports using information gathered from multiple sources (for example, from families, gps, the police or other health professionals)has excellent it skills and the ability to follow defined processes in a timely manner this role requires travel across the county and for the successful candidate to be part of an on-call rota. you will need a full uk driving licence and access to a vehicle. additional informationthe job advert closes at 23:59 on 16/10/2022. interviews will take place at the coroner's court in woking, with dates to be confirmed. contact details for an informal discussion please contact karen mizzi, coroner’s service manager, by e-mail at .uk. we look forward to receiving your application, please click on the apply online button below to submit. benefits from flexible working to job sharing (where possible) we are committed to providing a healthy work life balance. a laptop and mobile will be supplied if applicable to your role. you will benefit from 26 days annual leave, rising to 28 days after 2 years' service, a generous local government salary related pension, as well as the option to join our car lease scheme. for more information about the wide variety of benefits you can take advantage of please visit mybenefits for surrey county council staff. our commitment surrey county council is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. we want to be an inclusive and diverse employer of first choice reflecting the community we serve and particularly welcome applications from all under represented groups.
Closing on 01 Nov
reigate | £46,634
the starting salary for this role is £46,634 per annum based on a 36-hour working week the role is based at woodhatch place, 11 cockshot hill, woodhatch, reigate. we work in a hybrid way, balancing the needs of the organisation by working flexibly between our offices across the county and working from home. an exciting opportunity had arisen in our leadership office for a business manager to support our executive director for adult social care and integrated commissioning. the role is part of the leadership office at the strategic centre of surrey county council, providing support to our corporate leadership team and cabinet enabling leadership to do their work and drive the business. your focus will be on adult social care and providing executive support and project management to the executive director for adult social care and integrated commissioning. you will provide a direct link between the corporate leadership team, cabinet and wider democratic services putting you at the very heart of the council. you will ensure the directorate is aligned and represented in organisation wide discussions and planning by working alongside a team of business managers in the leadership office whose remit cut across the whole organisation. you will be confident in giving strategic support and briefing to the executive director and will provide support to a range of boards and large-scale events, developing agendas and work programmes in line with priorities. it is a challenging, but an exciting time, to work for adult social care: the government is introducing major reform with further integration with health care, changes to the means test for social care, a cap on social care costs and an intervention in the market intended to ensure local authorities pay a ‘fair price’ for care. the council also needs to prepare for the new care quality commissions assurance framework, and the anticipated liberty protection safeguardsthese changes are happening against a background of increasing demographic demands of an ageing population and areas such mental health, the continuing impact of the covid-19 pandemic, staff shortages, soaring inflation and cost of living, as well as ongoing funding challengeshowever, there are also real opportunities for us to use technology to promote people’s independence and to support our staff, to recruit a more flexible and diverse workforce, to work with health partners to reshape discharge to assess arrangements in line with national guidance, to embed integrated commissioning arrangements and so much more to be shortlisted for interview for this position, please ensure that your cv and personal statement (of up to 2 pages) evidence: ability to work in a fast paced and dynamic environment within a complex area of workexperience of working in a political environment understanding the impact of decisions and using influencing, persuasion, and strong communication skillsa high degree of resilience and a willingness to work flexibly to support the corporate leadership teambrilliant organisational, prioritisation and project management skillsability to build strong relationships with a broad range of stakeholders both internally and externally to the organisation at surrey, our values and behaviours are just as important as our skills and abilities. they shape who we are as an organisation. find out more about the values we follow. additional informationthe job advert closes to all applicants at 23:59 on sunday 9th october 2022. in person interviews will take place on monday 17th october 2022 at woodhatch place, reigate. the highest scoring applicants will be taken forward to a second stage interview which will take place week commencing 24th october 2022. contact details for an informal discussion please contact amy cosgrave by e-mail at .uk. we look forward to receiving your application, please click on the apply online button below to submit your cv and personal statement. benefits from flexible working to job sharing (where possible) we are committed to providing a healthy work life balance. a laptop and mobile will be supplied if applicable to your role. you will benefit from 26 days annual leave, rising to 28 days after 2 years' service, a generous local government salary related pension, as well as the option to join our car lease scheme. for more information about the wide variety of benefits you can take advantage of please visit mybenefits for surrey county council staff.
Closing on 01 Nov
woking | £26,080
the starting salary for this position is £26,080 per annum based on a 36 hour working week. could you help support the senior coroner deliver their judicial duties in a role where no two days are the same? we are seeking to recruit coroner’s support officers into this fast paced and diverse role. as a coroner’s support officer you will play a key role in delivering the effective running of the coroner’s court as well as supporting coroner’s officers in obtaining information critical to the cases they are managing. your excellent customer service and communication skills will tie in with your ability to relate to people from backgrounds reflecting the diversity of the people who live and work in surrey. we are looking for people who can make a difference to the lives of people who have lost family members, loved ones or friends. this role requires the ability to deliver legal duties compassionately, whilst being personally emotionally resilient when dealing with what may be difficult or traumatic situations. we believe this is a hugely rewarding role that is of benefit to the residents of surrey. we are looking for people with: excellent attention to detail and the ability to follow defined processes in a timely manner whilst maintaining a high degree of accuracyexperience of providing high levels of customer care and professionalism to members of the publicthe ability to prioritise work effectively and work independently to meet deadlinesexcellent it skills this role requires close working with hospital mortuaries and funeral directors, often attending mortuaries on behalf of the coroner, ensuring the accurate identification of the deceased and that they are treated with dignity and respect. this may require the person working from locations other than the coroner’s court in woking, including the scc body storage facility. experience gained in the role, from working in an active court, gathering critical information and dealing with the deceased, will be invaluable for progressing in a career in the coroner’s service. at surrey, our values and behaviours are just as important as our skills and abilities. they shape who we are as an organisation. find out more about the values we follow. additional informationthe job advert closes at 23:59 on 9th october 2022 with interviews to follow. this role requires applicants to travel around the county as required. contact details for an informal discussion contact katy wood - coroner’s service team leader by e-mail at .uk. we look forward to receiving your application, please click on the apply online button below to submit. benefits from flexible working to job sharing (where possible) we are committed to providing a healthy work life balance. a laptop and mobile will be supplied if applicable to your role. you will benefit from 26 days annual leave, rising to 28 days after 2 years' service, a generous local government salary related pension, as well as the option to join our car lease scheme. for more information about the wide variety of benefits you can take advantage of please visit mybenefits for surrey county council staff. our commitment surrey county council is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. we want to be an inclusive and diverse employer of first choice reflecting the community we serve and particularly welcome applications from all under represented groups.
Closing on 28 Oct
leicester | £30,516
we have an exciting opportunity for a rehabilitation officer working with visually impaired individuals, to join our team to help promote independence through reablement programmes that enable adults and their families overcome the effects of visual loss. working 37 hours per week, you will have the opportunity to conduct visits to adults requiring support and intervention, liaising with other agencies, meeting the requirements of contracts on behalf of the local authorities within leicester, leicestershire and rutland. your skills will enable you to carry out reablement assessments in the individual’s home and working with them using a strength based approach to implement comprehensive reablement programmes to maximise their independence and enhance their current skills. you must possess or be working towards a diploma in higher education in rehabilitation studies (vi). you will be experienced in delivering a comprehensive range of short term focused reablement programmes for people with a sight loss which have clear timescales and outcomes. we are looking for a self-motivated individual with excellent communication and organisational skills who has the ability to time manage, prioritise caseload and be able to work alone. benefits: 31 days annual leave, inclusive of bank holidays, your birthday off, full training for the role, excellent health benefits, wellbeing - access to an independent and confidential employee assistance programme. we welcome applications from all candidates, regardless of any protected characteristic and are an equal opportunity employer. we particularly welcome applications from candidates with disabilities including visual impairments, and we encourage applications from such people who are under-represented in our workforce and face disadvantage on account of disability. all candidates will be treated equally, and we will base decisions on appointments on the merits of the candidates. working for vista means you will be working for one of the oldest and largest local charities in leicester, leicestershire and rutland, working with people with sight loss and their families.
Closing on 07 Oct
dalkeith | £38,000
hseq managerlocation: dalkeith, midlothian, eh22 2nesalary: £38,000 to £42,000 per annum, doecontract: full time, permanenthours: 35 per week, monday to friday 9am - 5pm or 8am to 4pmbenefits to include:• 34 days annual leave, increasing to 35 days in 2023,• company sick pay,• life assurance,• employee discount on productsflb group (filofax, letts, blueline) are one of the world’s largest innovators and manufacturers of quality stationery and lifestyle accessories, with operations on three continents and distributors worldwide.hseq manager- about the role:we are looking for a dynamic, hard-working hseq manager to develop, maintain and protect health, safety, environmental and quality standards within the flb group ltd, in accordance with the current legislation.key responsibilities:as hse+q manager you will have responsibility for all health, safety, environmental and quality matters within the site at dalkeith. you will be the primary contact for all health and safety matters and will continuously develop a culture that prioritises effective performance and shared ownership for health and safety throughout the company. you will also be responsible for all environmental matters and from a quality perspective you will be involved in auditing, monitoring and reviewing the implementation of: qa policies, working practices, procedures and standards for all respective operations. hseq manager - essential knowledge and skills:to be considered for the hse+q manager role you will be required to hold the nebosh diploma, nebosh general certificate may also be considered with relevant experience. you should also be able to demonstrate the following: • previous experience of managing the health and safety agenda, preferably within a manufacturing environment• detailed knowledge of iso9001 and iso14001• excellent project planning and implementation skills and the ability to produce high quality written reports• strong analytical and problem-solving skills• the ability to work to tight deadlines whilst managing changing priorities• the ability to develop effective and successful professional relationships with all stakeholdersif you are interested in this role and have the relevant skills and experience required, please click on apply today, forwarding an up-to-date cv, along with your cover letter, stating why you are a good fit for this vacancy.important information: due to the volume of applications we receive we are unable to respond to all applicants. if you do not hear from us within four weeks, please assume that your application has been unsuccessful.no agencies please.
Closing on 20 Oct