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25th April 2014


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Agar Grove TMC was established in 1994, when it took over the management of Lulworth, a tower block comprising 137 flats, from the London Borough of Camden.

As a member of a small friendly team, you will be required to provide a helpful front of house and reception service to Tenants and Residents. Good customer awareness skills, and also good verbal and written communication skills are all essential.

Applicants should have experience of working with the public, and must be prepared to work a rota system, four days on, four days off.

The Annual Salary is £24,000.

For an application pack, please e-mail or telephone: 0207 482 4461 between 9am and 5pm.

The closing date is Friday 30th May 2014.

Agar Grove Tenant Management Co-operative Ltd, Ground Floor Offices, Lulworth, Agar Grove Estate, NW1 9SS



An exciting opportunity is available for you to join our team.


Monday to Friday 37.5 hours per week – Salary £17,500 per annum
(rising to £18,000 upon completion of successful probation)

The practice requires an administrator to be part of our dynamic team. The post holder will be responsible for booking appointments for recalls and coding in patient medical records, updating charts, carrying out computer searches and audits, providing administrative support. Templating and data input and other duties appropriate to the grade and supporting the day-to-day running of the practice.

The successful candidate will have excellent organisational, typing and computer skills and the ability to meet targets and work to tight deadlines. They will be quick-thinking and have excellent attention to detail.

The closing date for completed applications is Friday 2nd May with Interviews set for 6th or 7th May 2014.

For an application pack, please email our Executive Administration Manager: or telephone 020 7428 4554.



Due to the dynamic growth of our award-winning company, chosen as Camden & Islington's Employer of the Year, and with a Silver Standard Investors in People, we now seek  a professional trainer able to deliver, enhance and re-deliver technical and soft skills training to our management team.

The job will involve running group training sessions and professionally monitoring ongoing progress to ensure that all our employees and able to reach their full potential.

Contract initially 1 day a week for 1 year.  

Contact  Mary-Anne Bowring on 0797 4241636 anytime or 
Ringey directly on 0207 428 1976.



(20 hours per week)

The Somers Town Neighbourhood Planning Forum (STNF) is working with the community and LB Camden’s Economic Growth Team to develop bespoke opportunities for better employment, education and training to help residents gain a foothold in the jobs market.

This new initiative seeks to establish a dedicated Somers Town Job Hub, which would provide a space to search for jobs, receive advice and gain direct help with applications and CVs, whilst tackling many of the issues raised by the community in a recent consultation.

The post holder will be part of this exciting and innovative project and will contribute at all levels to enhance provision and enable local people to avail of new opportunities in the jobs market. 

An exciting position for a pro-active, resourceful individual who will have expertise in co-ordination of projects, advice and guidance experience in employment and training and the ability to work on their own initiative. In delivering this project you will be creative, motivational, fair and discreet and able to initiate and maintain good communications with the local community, staff and lead personnel in partner agencies. Ability to produce reports is essential.  

Salary:  £20,800 pa (pro-rata) including London Weighting  + excellent terms and conditions.

Please e-mail to  for a recruitment pack. 
Closing date for applications is:  5pm on the 28th April 2014.

Postal applications should be returned to Somers Town Community Association, 150 Ossulston Street, London NW1 1EE

For more information e-mail



A number of full and part-time permanent vacancies are available.

Salary £6.84 per hour, raising to £7.53 per hour on successful completion of six months probation.

Based in Camden, Barnet, Brent, Enfield, Hertfordshire and other locations are also available.

Do you want a job where your efforts will make a lasting difference and improve the area in which you work?

If so Origin Housing would like to hear from you. We have recently reviewed the way in which we organise cleaning of the communal areas on our estates and have decided to employ our own cleaners to ensure that the cleaning standards are provided to a high level.

In order to achieve this, we need people who are really committed to this cause and take pride in the work they do.

You do not need to have worked as a cleaner before but you will be able to demonstrate a customer focussed and enthusiastic attitude and be prepared to learn.

In return Origin Housing offers a competitive salary and a wide range of benefits, including generous annual leave (25 days per year), cycle to work scheme, a contributory pension, discounted health scheme and childcare voucher scheme.

To apply for this position, please visit Origin Housing's website and complete an online application form, ensuring that you address all of the following key requirements within the role profile, including relevant examples of how you have met or do meet them:
• Basic level of literacy and numeracy
• Basic appreciation of Health and Safety
• Previous experience of cleaning
• Good communication skills
• Excellent customer service skills - courteous and polite at all time, regardless of the situation and circumstance
• Ability to organise and prioritise workload to meet expectations
• Ability to learn role requirements and deliver to expected standards

Closing Date: 12.00pm on Friday 25 April 2014
Interview: London roles - Friday 2 May 2014, Hertfordshire roles - Friday 9 May 2014

Great homes, positive people, strong communities



Pay Scale: £27,000 - £32,000
• Inspire a love of numbers and is an example of outstanding classroom practice.
• Be a leader in developing schemes of work to ensure continuity and progression of numeracy and knowledge and create a fully integrative numeracy programme.
• Assist and support staff in monitoring and assessment of students’ progress in numeracy.
• Teach a range of subjects and qualifications.


Pay Scale: £27,000 - £32,000
• SENCO experience or a willingness to learn.
• A way with words and is truly passionate about raising the standards of English.
• The skill to enhance students’ understanding and use of language in creative and engaging ways.
• The ability to see every opportunity as an opportunity to learn and to promote literacy every day to every student in the school.
• Teach a range of subjects and qualifications.

Are you brilliant?! We are Wac Arts College, a free school delivering a fully creative curriculum to disengaged 14-19 year olds and we are looking for some pretty amazing teachers to come join our team. Wac Arts College is opening its doors in September 2014 at Hampstead Town Hall in Belsize Park.

We need teachers who have some mainstream education experience but are able to think outside the box and are seeking an opportunity to apply their skills to a stimulating, creative and often challenging environment. Must have a broad empathy with the Arts, a strong desire to teach and a cross curricular approach.  Some mainstream experience and QTS would be preferable.

We are also looking for a;


Pay Scale: £26,000 - £30,000
If you are an organiser par excellence with good verbal and written communication skills, have experience in providing administrative support to Senior Management teams as well as some experience in exams preparation and accreditation, and proficient in managing information systems, we want to hear from you!


Pay: £15ph for approximately 100-110 hours per year
We are looking for a well organised, self-starter who will advise and provide administrative support to our Governing Body. S/he will be accountable to the governing body, working with the Head Teacher, the Chair of Governors and the other Governors. S/he will collate/distribute/circulate documents in advance of meetings, be available to attend 12-15 meetings per year and take minutes, provide procedural and legal advice and guidance and  attend relevant training for their clerkship role.

For further details go to: or email:
Closing date for applications is 5pm, 25th April 2014.

Wac Arts Free School is an equal opportunities employer.  Company No: 7949464



Experience preferred. Flooring wholesaler.
Planners Services, Units 7, 8 & 9, Brandon Road, London N7 9AA
020 7609 8321  Email



Barnsbury Housing Association is looking for a Internal Auditor as current internal auditor is retiring after many years of working with BHA. We are a very small (250 homes) community housing association committed to providing high quality social housing as well as community services - we see ourselves as very much a part of the Barnsbury community.

We would like to recruit a qualified accountant who can provide internal auditor services and produce quarterly and annual accounts. The role requires a commitment of between 30 -34 days (at a negotiable day rate) across the year including attendance at committee and board meetings.

If you are an accountant interested in working with a local social business then we would like to hear from you.
Please contact or ring 020 7704 2324 for further information.



Required for Hartwig Care Ltd.

Hartwig Care Offer:
- FREE certified Induction training
- Competitive hourly rate
- Flexible hours to suit your availability
- 12% Holiday pay

To be considered for this position you will need to have:
- A valid passport
- 2 proofs of address
- Good level of English

Vacancies Available: Morning, Evening and Weekends. If you are interested please send your CV to or call 020 7916 7270.