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23rd July 2016

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    SECRETARY TO THE HEADTEACHER AND
    MAIN SCHOOL ADMISSIONS OFFICER

    Salary range £26,600 – £28,158 per annum, Scale 6 point 26-28 depending on experience
    Actual salary £23,373 – £24,742 per annum
    35 hours per week on an early/late rota system
    40 weeks a year • Permanent

    Required for September 2016 to join our busy Administration team. You need to be flexible, reliable, well-organised and able to use your initiative.

    Camden is a successful and oversubscribed inner London comprehensive secondary school. We have been identified in 2013, 2014 and 2015 by government ministers as one of the top 100 schools in the country. The school has also been described as “outstanding” by Ofsted in March 2005 and again in December 2007.

    Closing date is Friday 12 August 2016.
    Interviews will take place on w/c 15 August 2016.

    For an application form and job description go to www.camdengirls.camden.sch.uk

    Completed applications should be sent to the Bursar at rbradshaw@camdengirls.camden.sch.uk

    Camden School for Girls is committed to safeguarding students. Appointed staff require an Enhanced Disclosure through the DBS. The School is an equal opportunities employer.

    The Camden School For Girls
    Frances Mary Buss Foundation. Roll: 1,015 (450 in mixed Sixth Form)
    Headteacher: Elizabeth Kitcatt
    Sandall Road, London NW5 2DB • Tel: 020 7485 3414
    Email: csg@camdengirls.camden.sch.uk

     

    BRF (SUPPORT TECHNICIAN –
    (ANIMAL SUPPORT)

    The Francis Crick Institute
    Midland Road, London
    Permanent, Full- time  
    Salary from £17,600 per annum, subject to skills and experience
    Vacancy ID: 3224

    The Francis Crick Institute (the Crick) is a research institute dedicated to discovering the fundamental biology underlying human health, with the aim of improving the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of human disease. 

    SUMMARY
    The BRF Support Technician will under supervision and adhering to legal frameworks, protocols and procedures have responsibility for delivery and provision of quality essential support and supplies to the BRF.

    PROJECT SCOPE/ DESCRIPTION
    The Crick’s Biological Research Facility is currently located over a number of sites at South Mimms, Lincolns Inn Fields and Mill Hill. By 2017 all these sites will have moved to Midland Road St. Pancras. This post will be based at Midland Road. The BRF department brings together a number of highly skilled and specialised individuals who contribute to the culture of care of animals in a laboratory environment. This post will report directly to a BRF Support Manager.

    PLEASE NOTE: ALL OFFERS OF EMPLOYMENT ARE SUBJECT TO SUCCESSFUL SECURITY SCREENING AND CONTINUOUS ELIGIBILITY TO WORK IN THE UNITED KINGDOM.

    If you are interested in applying for this role, please apply via our website https://www.jobs.crick.ac.uk

     

    CLASSIFIED SALES

    We require a hardworking, reliable person to work on the classified section of our three titles, Camden New Journal, Islington Tribune and West End Extra.

    Experience useful but not necessary as training will be given.

    Salary £13,000+ commission OTE £18-20k

    Please email your CV to vacancies@camdennewjournal.co.uk

     

    CURTAIN MAKER REQUIRED
    Hand-made work. Experience essential. NW1

    020 7267 5557

     

    CREATIVE PEOPLE WANTED

    Are you looking for paid part-time employment in Camden?
    Do you love working creatively with others?
    Are you interested in being part of developing a sustainable Social Enterprise model for Camden?

    The Enterprise Project is a new initiative that will be delivered within Camden’s substance treatment and recovery system. The Project will be delivered for a fixed period between August 2016 and March 2017 during which time the Project Team Members will identify and evaluate the viability of various models of social enterprise across the country. By the end of the Project a social enterprise model will be identified for the borough and the foundations of a business plan will be laid.

    We are looking to recruit 3 Enterprise Leads whose job will be to undertake research and evaluation of a variety of social enterprises, compiling reports and presenting findings to a variety of stakeholders. They will develop pathways for existing users of treatment and recovery services in Camden to provide feedback on research findings, incorporating this feedback into any recommendations. Appropriate training and expenses will be provided.

    Successful candidates must be able to commit to work on the Project between August 2016 and March 2017, they must be a Camden resident and must have lived experience of substance addiction and have been free from dependence and substance misuse treatment for a minimum of 6 months.

    To apply please contact: Kimberley Davies – 07889 064 916. Kimberley.davies@cgl.org.uk 

    Closing date for applications 1st August – interviews 8th August 2016.

     

    THE LITTLEHAVEN NURSERY STAFF TEAM

    Our brand new Littlehaven Nursery is looking for an exceptional new staff team to launch our brand new community nursery in September.  If you are a qualified, enthusiastic and experienced nursery worker then you may be one of the people we’re looking for.

    We’re looking for full time, part time & term time only staff.  If you would like us to consider you for one of the roles please send your CV & a cover letter indicating your availability to hello@thelittlehavennursery.com by Sunday 24th July. 

    Full Time Salary £17K - £21K (depending on experience) + workplace pension + staff benefits.

    Interviews: 27th & 28th July at The Haven Building; 23 Castlehaven Road, London NW1 8RU

    The Littlehaven Nursery,  21 Castlehaven Road, Camden Town, London, NW1 8RU
    020 7485 3386   hello@thelittlehavennursery.com    www.thelittlehavennursery.com    @havennursery1

     

    OLDER PEOPLE’S PROJECT

    Job opportunities working with the isolated and elderly in Kentish Town.

    Contact St. Luke’s Kentish Town
    recruitment@slkt.org.uk
    020 7916 0050

     

    Think tank near Chalk Farm/ Swiss Cottage, a not-for-profit group, requires
    EDITOR/PROJECT MANAGER
    Running seminars and forums experience an asset.

    • Are you a graduate/post graduate in a social science subject
    • Would you like to join a stimulating, friendly, multi-ethnic, multi-faith team?
    • Do you have a social conscience?
    • Can you volunteer to commit about 8 hours weekly?

    Check us on socialvisiononline.com

    Contact: edward@easternprofiles.com