St Aloysius’ College
Full Time (31 hours per week). Term Time Only
REQUIRED AS SOON AS POSSIBLE
St. Aloysius’ College is a very successful inner city North Islington comprehensive school judged “Outstanding” in our March 2012 inspection. Our pupils averaged over 70% 5 A* - C’s including English and Maths over the last four years.
We have a vacancy for a Teaching Assistant Level 2 salary pro rata according to qualifications and experience on APT&C Scale Points 18-21 (approx £20,919 - £22,647 pro rata).
You will perform your duties under the leadership of the SENCO. You will be working with pupils in mainstream classes under the direction of the class teacher supporting numeracy and literacy in all subject areas.
Please visit our school website to download an application form or email us on email@example.com
St. Aloysius’ College is committed to Safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people, and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.
Closing Date: Tuesday 4th November 2014.
St Aloysius’ College, Highgate N6 5LY
Headteacher: Mr. T. Mannion
Telephone: 0207 561 7800 Fax: 020 7263 5963. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Voluntary Aided R.C. Boys 11-18 Comprehensive School in Islington.
Camden Centre for Learning (CCfL)
Pay Level: Scale 6 £26,028 - £27,552
36 hours a week
Hours of work day to be agreed, could include a split shift
There’s nowhere quite like Camden. Creative, vibrant, challengingand diverse, we’re committed to excellence in everything we do. We’re seeking talented people who will focus on our customers, take responsibility, work together and find better and cheaper ways of doing things. So, if you share these values, think about joining us.
The CCfL requires a competent and understanding professional to be a part of the CCfL premises team providing daily cover of the site officer role in our brand new Key Stage 4 School in NW3. This is to cover the long term absence of the existing site officer and the post will be reviewed on a week to week basis.
You will be responsible for the good care and maintenance of the new site, undertaking daily basic repairs. In addition you will need to ensure we fulfil the statutory duties around health and safety including carrying out a regular calendar of maintenance checks and actions. You will need to have good IT skills as the new building’s operations are managed by a computer system for which training will be provided.
This post involves working with young people and you will be required to hold an enhanced CRB and apply for a new CRB in this post within the CCfL.
The CCfL caters for 100 young secondary aged children and young people with social, emotional and behavioral difficulties (SEBD). The children and
young people who attend the school may have statements of Special Educational Needs or may have been excluded from mainstream school due to their behaviour.
This post is available immediately.
If you would like an informal discussion about this post, please call 020 7974 8906.
Closing date: 22 October 2014. Interview date: 24 October 2014.
Queens Crescent Community Association is recruiting at Caversham Nursery.
We are looking for a keen, reliable and enthusiastic candidate that will assist the manager and deputy manager in a professional and caring manner. We are looking for a senior practitioner who will lead the pre-school room.
Hours: 40 hours per week plus overtime as required
Responsible to: Children services Manager/ Nursery Manager/Deputy Manager
Responsible for: Key persons, Nursery Assistants, Volunteers, apprentices, students, work placements and trainees.
Salary: £18,000-20,000 per annum
Qualification: Early Years Teacher, BA Early Childhood Studies or a minimum NVQ Level 3 or equivalent qualified in Early Years Child Care and education.
• To be part of a team delivering a high quality, caring, stimulating and accessible Early Years’ service for children age 0 to 8 years in line with The Statutory Framework for the Early Years Foundation Stage.
• To be responsible for aiding in the day to day running of the room working in full partnership with the Children Services Manager, Nursery Manager, Deputy Manager and parents
• To help produce the curriculum planning for adult led activities, child initiated activities and free play.
• To be a key person and lead a key person system, who will support the child using the unique child as guidance, ensuring that the observations are analysed and broken down to create development programmes for each child.
• To continually assess the planning to ensure that the characteristics of effective learning are prominent and acted upon
• To provide a high quality early years provision at all times, which is evidenced through the Ofsted Inspection Framework.
• To work in partnership with parents/carers and other professionals to ensure all children reach their full potential in line with the Every Child Matters outcomes.
For further information please contact: Susan@qcca.org.uk or ring 020 7267 6635 / 020 7485 0511 (ask for Susan)
Closing date: 24 October 2014
(£11.00- £11.50 per hour, 39 weeks pa at 37.5hrs per week)
The posts will offer applicants the opportunity to assist the Early Years Manager in developing and shaping our new larger nursery provision.
The successful candidate will be responsible for supporting the Early Years Manager to ensure the provision of a safe and stimulating environment and have an excellent understanding of the Early Years Curriculum and Environment.
The successful candidate will be comfortable at making decisions, will lead on the day to day management of the play room and have the communication and influencing skills to work and interact at all levels.
Applicants must have a minimum of NVQ level 3 Early Years Care and Education or Equivalent, combined with experience of working in a senior role in the delivery of services in an early years setting. Training and support will be given to successful candidates to ensure CPD and success in the role.
Closing date for Deputy Post will be the 9am on 3rd November 2014.
Interviews will be on Wednesday 12th November.
Somers Town Community Association (Camden), 150 Ossulston Street London NW1 1EE. Tel/Fax 0207 388 6088
NIGHT & WEEKEND CARE WORKERS WANTED
CAMDEN, HOLBORN, KILBURN, HARINGEY, ISLINGTON, NEWHAM, TOWER HAMLETS
FOCUS Care Link is a leading provider of care and support to people with physical and learning disabilities, mental health, dementia, reablement, elderly people living in their own homes.
• Competitive rates of pay
• Flexible working hours
• Full FREE Training
• Up to 20 days paid annual leave (pro rata)
• No previous experience necessary
• Good written and spoken English
• Morning, evening, weekend hours
• Opportunity for Career Development
For an application pack, please email your contact details to: email@example.com
Focus Care Link is an equal opportunities Employer.
Looking for an energetic and flexible female to work 16 hours per week with a physically disabled woman in Camden.
£8.50 per hour gross. CRB, References and NI number required. Please phone 07404 237 479
required for young female disabled adult in the Camden area. Must be physically fit,as some lifting is involved.
7.5 hours p/w at £11.28 per hour.
Good level of English and Sylheti is essential. DBS check, References, NI number required. Phone 020 7391 0614
Required to start immediately in the WC1N area to work a 2 year old child.
Person must have previous childcare experience, be dependable, patient, warm, and understanding.
The hours are Mon-Fri 7:30-9am & 3-6pm at £9.85 per hour (22.5 hours total per week). You’ll be assisting my child with breakfast, personal care, changing nappies/toileting, and walking the child to and from nursery. A clean DBS, NI number, and references are required. Please call 07400 404 111.
21-22 hours per week - fixed term to start as soon as possible until end July 2015
£18,821 - £20,703 per annum pro-rata for 0.6 post
We are looking for an individual who can ensure that all our students get a brilliant first impression of this small, friendly adult college. You will be welcoming students at our new Reception, enrolling them onto courses, ensuring an efficient customer-focused service along with data inputting, managing registers and dealing with other student enquiries. Working alongside a small team on a rota basis you will need to have excellent skills in delivering customer care, experience of working with data and be able to operate software applications.
17 hours per week Tuesday 9am - 6pm and Friday 9am - 7pm
£15,988 - £18,821 per annum - pro-rata for 0.47fte post
We are looking for an experienced media and performing arts technician interested in supporting students in both the Media and the Performing Arts department. In media you will organise and upgrade media software and hardware with the additional opportunity of demonstrating some aspects of packages to students at all levels.
Expertise essential in all adobe suite / final cut pro / autocad and more media based software. In performing arts you will be taking care of specialist instruments and equipment, theatre audio and lighting supporting the Performing Arts team and students in end of term concerts. You will need to be available on occasional Friday nights and Tuesday evenings for events and performances. You will assist tutors and students in Media and Performing Arts to ensure the smooth running of courses. This post requires excellent organisation skills and knowledge of health and safety in all aspects of this work is essential.
To apply for these posts, please download an application form from our website: www.wmcollege.ac.uk
When you have completed your application you can email it to firstname.lastname@example.org or by post to Jo Turner, Working Men’s College, 44 Crowndale Road, NW1 1TR
The closing date for both posts is 9am Thursday 16th October 2014
Interviews and assessments for both posts will take place w/b 20th October 2014
Working Mens College, 44 Crowndale Road, London NW1 1TR. 020 7255 4700.
WMC actively strives to be an equal opportunities employer and welcomes applicants from all sections of the community. All appointments will be solely on merit. Registered Charity No. 312803.
Refs Essential. Good Rates. Must Be Animal Lover!! Please call 07779 465 356
16hrs per week (£10.16p per hour)
Fixed Term to end March 2015 (Extension depends on success)!
We urgently need an experienced Café Manager who will provide a “hands on” approach to menu creation and delivery and a key strategic role ensuring excellence in customer service, staff management, promotion and business marketing. The Manager will need to be able to lead and motivate as well as work as part of the team.
Closing Date: Friday 17 October@12 noon
Interviews: 27 October 2014
Tel 0207 388 6088 e mail email@example.com for an application pack
Somers Town Community Association, 150 Ossulston Street London NW1 1EE
required in this prestigious school in Hampstead.
£6.77 per hour. 10.30am-4.00pm, Monday-Friday, Term Time Only.
All offers are subject to checks with past employers and Disclosure and Barring Service.
Interested? CVs to: firstname.lastname@example.org
required at NW3 school. School open all year round. For more information please call 020 7681 8496
required for disabled person in the Camden area domestic tasks, cooking, personal care, awareness of ME DIY/decorating skills useful. One position 9 hours per week one 4 plus cover. £9.00 per hour. DBS, NI number and references required. Please contact 07957 221 626.
needed in WC1 area to work with a man with learning disabilities to provide personal and domestic care. Carers must be flexible, patient, and understanding.
They must have previous experience working with someone who has special needs, and preferably have experience using non-verbal communication such as sign language and Makaton.
21 hours per week to be divided between 2 carers, £11.50 per hour.
Please call 07941 100 754 and leave your contact details and a short description of your experience.
PERMANENT DEPUTY MANAGER
Coram’s Fields Out of School Club Vacancies. Excellent salaries plus benefits – please see our website for further information.
Are you looking for a really rewarding volunterring opportunity helping children learn to read?
Beanstalk recruits, trains and supports volunteers to work in primary schools with children who have fallen behind with their reading.
We are urgently looking to recruit more reading helpers in Camden and surrounding areas to work with children on a one-to-one basis, to improve their reading levels, increase their overall confidence and inspire a lifelong love of reading.
To find out more contact Beanstalk’s local office on 020 7250 8275 or visit www.beanstalkcharity.org.uk/reading-helpers
Required for Camden New Journal to sell across our digital platform.
Please send your CV to email@example.com
£13,000 + comm.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org or call 020 7916 7270.