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Company: Claire's
Hastings
Posted on 7th Aug 2022

\n\nAbout the Role\n\n \nAs a Sales Associate at Claire's, you will be responsible for:\n \nSupporting your Store Manager and Assistant Store Manager with the achievement of retail store targets by driving sales\n \nDelivering sales through friendly and efficient customer service\n \nEnsuring our customers have a fun and enjoyable shopping experience\n \nDemonstrating Claire's products\n \nAssisting customers with their queries using your product knowledge\n \nAssisting with processing store deliveries, visual merchandising, stock takes, markdowns and promotions\n \nEar piercing (you will receive full training)\n \nEnsuring the store looks presentable and inviting to our customers\n \n\nAbout Claire's\n\n \nA leading high street fashion retailer with +3000 stores globally\n \nWe specialize in fashionable jewelry, accessories and cosmetics products\n \nOur core customer ranges from children to young women. We accommodate all our customers' moods, attitudes and styles, including: feminine and pretty, unique/individual and the latest catwalk trends\n \nWe are a fun place to work! We encourage all store members to wear our product\n \nWe encourage and support your development! If you're committed, ambitious and willing to learn we will provide you with the skills you need to grow in our company!\n \n\nAbout You\n\n \nSome high school required\n \nExcellent verbal/written communication and organizational skills\n \nBasic computer skills\n \nUnderstands the importance of Customer Service\n \nSound understanding of mathematics and strong reading comprehension skills\n \nAbility to stand during scheduled shifts\n \nAbility to maneuver up to 25 lbs regularly and up to 75 lbs occasionally\n \nBending, stooping, extended reaching, climbing ladders and step stools while placing merchandise throughout the store and assisting Customers\n \nAbility to operate POS system\n \n\nClaire's is an equal opportunity employer committed to diversity, equity and inclusion and we encourage applications from members of all underrepresented groups, including those with disabilities. We will accommodate applicants' needs, upon request, throughout all stages of the recruitment process. Please inform us of the accommodation(s) that you may require. \n\n read more


Company: KFC Bexhill on Sea - Ravenside Retail Park
Bexhill
Posted on 15th Aug 2022

Descripción \n\n WHO YOU ARE \n\n \n\n Our Assistant Restaurant General Managers (ARGM) have a bucketload ofexperience from various different sectors – from supermarkets, to pubs, to highstreet retailers and banks. But some things they do have in common – they’reauthentic brand ambassadors who put their people first.\n\n \n\n As ARGM of yourrestaurant, you’llbe wing-man or woman to the RestaurantGeneral Manager (RGM) , leading yourteam to deliver our world famous fried chicken to our guests. We’ll empower youto run your restaurant like you own it - so put on that bolo tie and get readyto make the Colonel proud. \n\n \n\n WHO WE ARE \n\n \n\n Take one man with a bigidea (and some serious style), add 11 herbs and spices, grit, ambition andbuckets of heart – you’ve got KFC. It’s simple, we’re a people business thatsells chicken and chips (and some other pretty epic stuff too).\n\n \n\n LIFE AT KFC \n\n \n\n It’s fast, it’s fun, andit’s never dull. \n\n \n\n We share ideas,celebrate the wins and learn from our mistakes. We treat our team as family andour guests as friends. \n\n \n\n We love originality. It’sthe secret ingredient behind our success. So, if you’re looking for a placewhere you can be you, and be welcomed as part of the family – look nofurther. \n\n \n\n Oh,and did we mention the freemeals , 25% discount , flexibleshifts and careerprogression ?Maybe we should have led with that…\n\n \n\n UNITED BY THE BUCKET \n\n \n\n At KFC, we’re all about flavour. That perfect blendof herbs and spices that makes everything so finger lickin’ good. But our blendover bland approach doesn’t just apply to our chicken. We value, support andcelebrate all the things that make our KFCers authentic andoriginal. Because whatever your flavour – your ability, age, background,ethnicity, gender, religion or sexual orientation - we’re all united by thebucket. \n\n \n\n If you need reasonable adjustment as part of yourapplication or interview process, don’t hesitate to let us know.\n\n read more


Company: Nurseplus UK Ltd
Hastings
Posted on 30th Jul 2022

Nurseplus are looking for Homecare Workers in Hastings and the surrounding areas As a Homecare Worker you will be required to offer everything from companionship, 1:1 support to administering medication and providing personal care to service users in the comfort of their own homes. What Nurseplus can offer you as a Homecare Worker: * Flexible shifts to fit around you – full or part-time * Weekly Pay – Competitive Hourly Rates * Free training – In line with the Care Certificate * Ongoing support and further development opportunities with in-house courses and funded qualifications * Up to £250* in referral bonuses What Nurseplus needs from you as a Homecare Worker: * Have the right to work in the UK * A good standard of English and the ability to communicate effectively * An enhanced DBS, which you can apply for upon registration If you are passionate about healthcare and would like to know more, Nurseplus would love to hear from you! PLEASE NOTE - ONLY APPLY FOR ONE JOB, THIS APPLICATION WILL COVER ANY JOBS WE HAVE AVAILABLE, DO NOT APPLY FOR EACH LOCATION *T&Cs apply INDHST read more


Company: Nurseplus UK Ltd
Hollington
Posted on 17th Aug 2022

Nurseplus is looking for Care Assistants in St Leonards and the surrounding areas. Our services are available within a variety of care settings to a wide number of clients, all with individual needs; you could be supporting people with learning difficulties, complex care needs, mental health needs, dementia and providing care for older people. Day-to- day tasks will include, assisting with safe lifting and moving of service users, administering medication, meal preparation and planning, enabling service users to achieve independence in accordance with their care plan; providing help and general companionship whenever necessary. What Nurseplus can offer you as a Care Assistant: * Flexible shifts to fit around you – full or part-time, days, nights and weekends * Weekly Pay – Competitive Hourly Rates * Free training – In line with the Care Certificate * Ongoing support and further development opportunities with in-house courses and funded qualifications * Up to £250* in referral bonuses What Nurseplus needs from you as a Care Assistant: * No Experience * You must be over 18 to apply * Have the right to work in the UK * A good standard of English and the ability to communicate effectively * An enhanced DBS, which you can apply for upon registration If you are passionate about healthcare and would like to know more, Nurseplus would love to hear from you! PLEASE NOTE - ONLY APPLY FOR ONE JOB, THIS APPLICATION WILL COVER ANY JOBS WE HAVE AVAILABLE, DO NOT APPLY FOR EACH LOCATION * T&Cs apply read more


Company: The Agincare Group
Bexhill
Posted on 9th Aug 2022

Job Introduction\n \nWe are currently recruiting for a Care Assistant to join our dedicated, passionate team in our St. Peter's Park Retirement Village, Bexhill-on-Sea.\n \nNew £500 welcome bonus available!\n \nUp to £10.00 per hour\nFull-time, part time and bank contracts available\nPaid induction training\nAlternate weekends\nFree DBS\nRefer a friend scheme up to £1000\nOutstanding career development\nFully funded training and career development (up to level 5)\nBlue Light Care discount package\nEmployee Assistance Programme\nCompany pension scheme\nStaff appreciation incentives\n \nAbout The Role\n \nSt Peter’s Park is a bit different to the average retirement home. As well as its stunning location, we’ve got our own chefs, award-winning gardens, licensed bar, a full social programme to enjoy and our own mini-bus for trips out.\n \nWe believe in excellent personalised care, and as a Care Assistant you’ll be providing our residents with support and companionship – really getting to know them as individuals.\n \nYour role will involve personal care duties such as bathing and dressing, updating their care plans, and helping them to remain as independent as possible. You’ll also take part in a variety of creative activities – a favourite for our residents!\n \nAbout You\n \nHaving a caring and compassionate nature is the most important skill you can bring within social care, everything else we can teach you. Whether you’re looking to use your excellent people skills to embark on a new career in healthcare, have been inspired by looking after a family member or a current professional looking for a change, we’d love to hear from you!\n \nAbout Agincare\n \nWe’re a family run business caring for people since 1986, this year we’re celebrating 35 years! With over 3,500 team members, we’re one of the UK’s largest care providers and are continuing to grow. With over 50 locations across our care homes, home care branches and live-in offices – there really is something for everyone.\n \nWe’ve been voted as the top care company to work for by Indeed, and our team agree – we’re proud that we average at 4/5* on employee reviews.\n \nEqual opportunities are important to us at Agincare and we welcome applications from all.\n \nBEXSP read more


Company: Explore Learning
Westfield
Posted on 12th Aug 2022

Looking for a role with true purpose?\n \nBecome an assistant manager of one of Explore Learning's children's education centres; join an ambitious, purpose- led organisation, where your focus is to unlock lightbulb moments in others, everyday.\n \nWe believe that quality education for children and young people essential, and more than ever, children need opportunities to grow and develop in confidence. That’s why since 2001, we’ve worked with over 300,000 students to achieve their potential, and we have no intention of stopping – our goal is to continue to provide a service which not only impacts children academically, but to develop a love for learning.\n \nWhat will you experience as an assistant manager of one of our education centres?\n \nThe magic combination of leadership in business, and working face to face with children and young people. You’ll spend half of your day working with your team to strategise for commercial success, then switch your focus to delivering an inspiring service to our families as they attend their sessions. Every day is full of variety in your centre.\nYour growth and development is a priority from day 1. Tailored learning and development opportunities mean you’ll identify skills you never knew you had, as well as develop lots of new ones; your confidence in leading and coaching others will soar, and you’ll learn loads from watching your peers in action.\nCatching the “centre buzz”. Whether that’s through coaching your team to bring out the best in your members, or by creating a vibrant, fun and engaging environment - you’ll love coming to work each day in the knowledge that you will influence those around you to make longstanding and meaningful change.\n \nWhat does a typical week look like?\n \nWhen it comes to delivering our fantastic service to families, we believe that having centres which are accessible and flexible to people from all walks of life is incredibly important. To ensure we deliver this, our centres are open 5 or 6 days in the week, and our members can attend sessions after school between 3pm – 8pm, and on a Saturday between 9am – 5pm. During the week, you’ll open up at 11am so you have time to focus on your centre success plans before your families arrive from 3.\n \nAs a full time assistant manager, your typical working pattern will be Tuesday – Saturday; Sundays and Mondays are yours to switch off from the hustle and bustle of centre life. In some centres we also have part time managers working 2-3 days per week, which will include 1-2 weekdays, and Saturdays.\n \nDoes this sound like you?\n \nAre you confident in maths and English, having achieved a grade C/5 or above in your GCSEs (or equivalent)?\nAre you currently studying, or a University graduate?\nAre you passionate about working with families in an educational setting, and ready to inspire and lead a team?\nDo you have initiative to think on your feet, and a willingness to learn new skills, taking ownership of your development?\nAre you currently living and eligible to work in the UK?\n \nApply now to lead our team, impact children's education and influence commercial success.\n \nLogistics & Benefits\n \nSalary: £26,500 - 28,500 PA depending on experience and location\nLocation: Westfield/Ealing/Willesden/Wembley/Nine Elms/Brixton\nContract: Full time\nHolidays: 28 annual days holiday + wellbeing and volunteer days\nWellbeing: Discounted gym memberships for you and a friend\nBenefits: Referral bonus, staff discounts, enhanced parental leave and pension\nYour start date: August\n \nApply today and tell us how you will create fearless learners!\n \nYou're commitment to children’s safeguarding, promoting the welfare of children and young people. All successful applicants will undertake employment reference checks, and a Disclosure & Barring Service check. Please note, this role is exempt from the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 and the amendments to the Exceptions Order.\n \n#INDMANH read more


Company: Positive Futures Recruitment
Hastings
Posted on 16th Aug 2022

*Assistant Headteacher*\n \n*Location: * Hastings\n \n*Salary*: starting at L1 £42,195 progressing with excellent performance\n \n*Contract*: Permanent  \n \nOur client has a special school for pupils from year 3 to year 11 in Hastings, who have the capacity to reach age related expectation yet whose neuro-diverse profiles alongside additional social, emotional, and mental health result in significant barriers to learning. \n \nSeeking an Assistant Headteacher to join them in their incredible school, they are a remarkable provision who strive to exceed expectations of both staff and students alike.\n \n*Main Purpose of the role: *\n \nThe assistant principal will support the principal in communicating the school’s vision compellingly and supporting the principal’s strategic leadership through\n \n*Duties to include but not limited to: *\n \n· A commitment to the practice of a trauma informed and neurodiverse aware, evidence-based approach to challenging behaviour summed up by “calm, connect support’\n \n· Be able to effectively implement strategies to co- regulate and support pupil’s self-regulation and positive behaviours. Model this to teachers and other support staff at all times\n \n· To lead a culture where collaborative problem solving, team working and commitment to pupils and staff well-being is prioritised\n \n· Support the implementation of a cross curriculum strategy to teaching at KS2 and KS3 in order to engage and best support the learning of our pupils\n \n· Support the successful implement of innovative and evidence-based strategies to teaching across the curriculum that will motivate pupils and enable them to succeed\n \n· Establish and sustain high-quality teaching across all subjects and phases, based on evidence\n \n· Establish curriculum leadership, including subject leaders with relevant expertise and access to professional networks and communities\n \n· Use valid, reliable and proportionate approaches to assessing pupils’ knowledge and understanding of the curriculum\n \n· Establish and oversee systems, processes and policies so the school can operate effectively. To ensure the continuous development of the school by reviewing policies, handbooks, procedures and plans in line with the school’s strategic intent\n \n· Ensure staff and pupils’ safety and welfare through effective approaches to safeguarding, as part of duty of care\n \n· Ensure rigorous approaches to identifying, managing and mitigating risk and have regard to the development and communication of departmental risk assessments, the provision of Health and Safety at Work legislation and to comply with the Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations\n \n· Ensure effective use of budgets and resources, that financial targets are adhered to and that all activities and consumables are value for money\n \n· Identify problems and barriers to school effectiveness, and develop strategies for school improvement that are realistic, timely and suited to the school’s context\n \n· Make sure these school improvement strategies are effectively implemented\n \n· Responsible for management of school diary (internal and external)\n \n· Responsible for timetabling, duty roster\n \n· Establish and implement whole-school systems for pupil wellbeing\n \n· Act in the role of Deputy safeguarding lead, as set out in the DSL guidelines. Conduct pupil voice surveys to ensure pupil’s feel happy and safe in school, championing the importance of pupil voice to other members of the senior leadership team\n \nProvide staff with training and support so they can play a part in enhancing pupils’ personal development\n \n*Skills and Qualifications: *\n \n*Essential Qualifications: *\n \nQualified teacher status.\n \n*Desirable Qualifications: *\n \n· Accredited training in specific areas of special education, e.g. Autism\n \n· Recent management training, Team Teach trained\n \n*Experience: *\n \n· Leadership and management experience in a school\n \n· Teaching experience [at least 5 years]\n \n· Involvement in school self-evaluation and development planning\n \n· Line management experience\n \n· Demonstrable experience of successful line management and staff development\n \n· Demonstrable successful experience of working face to face with neurodiverse pupils\n \n· Experience working in a SEND setting or in mainstream school with considerable experience of teaching a diverse range of pupils with SEND\n \n· Deep understanding of high-quality teaching for children with SEND/children with ASD/SEMH {within a SEND environment}, and the ability to model this for others and support others to improve\n \n· Understanding of addressing the needs of pupils with ASD/SEMH and of pupils who have experienced adverse childhood experiences/trauma\n \n· Understanding of school finances\n \n· Effective communication and interpersonal skills\n \n· Ability to communicate a vision and inspire others\n \n· Ability to build effective working relationships\n \n· Pro-active not re-active\n \n· Ability to be flexible and ‘jump in’ if needed\n \n· Ability to build quick rapport and maintain it with pupils and their families\n \n· Ability to work under pressure and prioritise effectively\n \n· Commitment to maintaining confidentiality at all times\n \n· Commitment to safeguarding and equality, ensuring that personal beliefs are not expressed in ways that exploit the position.\n \nINDAHH\n \nJob Types: Permanent, Full-time\n \nSalary: £42,195.00 per year\n \nSchedule:\n* Monday to Friday\n \nEducation:\n* Bachelor's (required)\n \nWork authorisation:\n* United Kingdom (required) read more


Company: The Agincare Group
Bexhill
Posted on 13th Aug 2022

Job Introduction\n \nWe are currently recruiting for a Care Assistant to join our dedicated, passionate team in our St. Peter's Park Retirement Village, Bexhill-on-Sea.\n \nNew £500 welcome bonus available!\n \nUp to £10.00 per hour\nFull-time, part time and bank contracts available\nPaid induction training\nAlternate weekends\nFree DBS\nRefer a friend scheme up to £1000\nOutstanding career development\nFully funded training and career development (up to level 5)\nBlue Light Care discount package\nEmployee Assistance Programme\nCompany pension scheme\nStaff appreciation incentives\n \nAbout The Role\n \nSt Peter’s Park is a bit different to the average retirement home. As well as its stunning location, we’ve got our own chefs, award-winning gardens, licensed bar, a full social programme to enjoy and our own mini-bus for trips out.\n \nWe believe in excellent personalised care, and as a Care Assistant you’ll be providing our residents with support and companionship – really getting to know them as individuals.\n \nYour role will involve personal care duties such as bathing and dressing, updating their care plans, and helping them to remain as independent as possible. You’ll also take part in a variety of creative activities – a favourite for our residents!\n \nAbout You\n \nHaving a caring and compassionate nature is the most important skill you can bring within social care, everything else we can teach you. Whether you’re looking to use your excellent people skills to embark on a new career in healthcare, have been inspired by looking after a family member or a current professional looking for a change, we’d love to hear from you!\n \nAbout Agincare\n \nWe’re a family run business caring for people since 1986, this year we’re celebrating 35 years! With over 3,500 team members, we’re one of the UK’s largest care providers and are continuing to grow. With over 50 locations across our care homes, home care branches and live-in offices – there really is something for everyone.\n \nWe’ve been voted as the top care company to work for by Indeed, and our team agree – we’re proud that we average at 4/5* on employee reviews.\n \nEqual opportunities are important to us at Agincare and we welcome applications from all.\n \nBEXSP read more


Company: Explore Learning
Westfield
Posted on 13th Aug 2022

Looking for a role with true purpose?\n \nBecome an assistant manager of one of Explore Learning's children's education centres; join an ambitious, purpose- led organisation, where your focus is to unlock lightbulb moments in others, everyday.\n \nWe believe that quality education for children and young people essential, and more than ever, children need opportunities to grow and develop in confidence. That’s why since 2001, we’ve worked with over 300,000 students to achieve their potential, and we have no intention of stopping – our goal is to continue to provide a service which not only impacts children academically, but to develop a love for learning.\n \nWhat will you experience as an assistant manager of one of our education centres?\n \nThe magic combination of leadership in business, and working face to face with children and young people. You’ll spend half of your day working with your team to strategise for commercial success, then switch your focus to delivering an inspiring service to our families as they attend their sessions. Every day is full of variety in your centre.\nYour growth and development is a priority from day 1. Tailored learning and development opportunities mean you’ll identify skills you never knew you had, as well as develop lots of new ones; your confidence in leading and coaching others will soar, and you’ll learn loads from watching your peers in action.\nCatching the “centre buzz”. Whether that’s through coaching your team to bring out the best in your members, or by creating a vibrant, fun and engaging environment - you’ll love coming to work each day in the knowledge that you will influence those around you to make longstanding and meaningful change.\n \nWhat does a typical week look like?\n \nWhen it comes to delivering our fantastic service to families, we believe that having centres which are accessible and flexible to people from all walks of life is incredibly important. To ensure we deliver this, our centres are open 5 or 6 days in the week, and our members can attend sessions after school between 3pm – 8pm, and on a Saturday between 9am – 5pm. During the week, you’ll open up at 11am so you have time to focus on your centre success plans before your families arrive from 3.\n \nAs a full time assistant manager, your typical working pattern will be Tuesday – Saturday; Sundays and Mondays are yours to switch off from the hustle and bustle of centre life. In some centres we also have part time managers working 2-3 days per week, which will include 1-2 weekdays, and Saturdays.\n \nDoes this sound like you?\n \nAre you confident in maths and English, having achieved a grade C/5 or above in your GCSEs (or equivalent)?\nAre you currently studying, or a University graduate?\nAre you passionate about working with families in an educational setting, and ready to inspire and lead a team?\nDo you have initiative to think on your feet, and a willingness to learn new skills, taking ownership of your development?\nAre you currently living and eligible to work in the UK?\n \nApply now to lead our team, impact children's education and influence commercial success.\n \nLogistics & Benefits\n \nSalary: £26,500 - 28,500 PA depending on experience and location\nLocation: Westfield/Ealing/Willesden/Wembley/Nine Elms/Brixton\nContract: Full time\nHolidays: 28 annual days holiday + wellbeing and volunteer days\nWellbeing: Discounted gym memberships for you and a friend\nBenefits: Referral bonus, staff discounts, enhanced parental leave and pension\nYour start date: August\n \nApply today and tell us how you will create fearless learners!\n \nYou're commitment to children’s safeguarding, promoting the welfare of children and young people. All successful applicants will undertake employment reference checks, and a Disclosure & Barring Service check. Please note, this role is exempt from the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 and the amendments to the Exceptions Order.\n \n#INDMANH read more


Company: Positive Futures Recruitment
Hastings
Posted on 16th Aug 2022

*Assistant Headteacher*\n \n*Location: * Hastings\n \n*Salary*: starting at L1 £42,195 progressing with excellent performance\n \n*Contract*: Permanent  \n \nOur client has a special school for pupils from year 3 to year 11 in Hastings, who have the capacity to reach age related expectation yet whose neuro-diverse profiles alongside additional social, emotional, and mental health result in significant barriers to learning. \n \nSeeking an Assistant Headteacher to join them in their incredible school, they are a remarkable provision who strive to exceed expectations of both staff and students alike.\n \n*Main Purpose of the role: *\n \nThe assistant principal will support the principal in communicating the school’s vision compellingly and supporting the principal’s strategic leadership through\n \n*Duties to include but not limited to: *\n \n· A commitment to the practice of a trauma informed and neurodiverse aware, evidence-based approach to challenging behaviour summed up by “calm, connect support’\n \n· Be able to effectively implement strategies to co- regulate and support pupil’s self-regulation and positive behaviours. Model this to teachers and other support staff at all times\n \n· To lead a culture where collaborative problem solving, team working and commitment to pupils and staff well-being is prioritised\n \n· Support the implementation of a cross curriculum strategy to teaching at KS2 and KS3 in order to engage and best support the learning of our pupils\n \n· Support the successful implement of innovative and evidence-based strategies to teaching across the curriculum that will motivate pupils and enable them to succeed\n \n· Establish and sustain high-quality teaching across all subjects and phases, based on evidence\n \n· Establish curriculum leadership, including subject leaders with relevant expertise and access to professional networks and communities\n \n· Use valid, reliable and proportionate approaches to assessing pupils’ knowledge and understanding of the curriculum\n \n· Establish and oversee systems, processes and policies so the school can operate effectively. To ensure the continuous development of the school by reviewing policies, handbooks, procedures and plans in line with the school’s strategic intent\n \n· Ensure staff and pupils’ safety and welfare through effective approaches to safeguarding, as part of duty of care\n \n· Ensure rigorous approaches to identifying, managing and mitigating risk and have regard to the development and communication of departmental risk assessments, the provision of Health and Safety at Work legislation and to comply with the Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations\n \n· Ensure effective use of budgets and resources, that financial targets are adhered to and that all activities and consumables are value for money\n \n· Identify problems and barriers to school effectiveness, and develop strategies for school improvement that are realistic, timely and suited to the school’s context\n \n· Make sure these school improvement strategies are effectively implemented\n \n· Responsible for management of school diary (internal and external)\n \n· Responsible for timetabling, duty roster\n \n· Establish and implement whole-school systems for pupil wellbeing\n \n· Act in the role of Deputy safeguarding lead, as set out in the DSL guidelines. Conduct pupil voice surveys to ensure pupil’s feel happy and safe in school, championing the importance of pupil voice to other members of the senior leadership team\n \nProvide staff with training and support so they can play a part in enhancing pupils’ personal development\n \n*Skills and Qualifications: *\n \n*Essential Qualifications: *\n \nQualified teacher status.\n \n*Desirable Qualifications: *\n \n· Accredited training in specific areas of special education, e.g. Autism\n \n· Recent management training, Team Teach trained\n \n*Experience: *\n \n· Leadership and management experience in a school\n \n· Teaching experience [at least 5 years]\n \n· Involvement in school self-evaluation and development planning\n \n· Line management experience\n \n· Demonstrable experience of successful line management and staff development\n \n· Demonstrable successful experience of working face to face with neurodiverse pupils\n \n· Experience working in a SEND setting or in mainstream school with considerable experience of teaching a diverse range of pupils with SEND\n \n· Deep understanding of high-quality teaching for children with SEND/children with ASD/SEMH {within a SEND environment}, and the ability to model this for others and support others to improve\n \n· Understanding of addressing the needs of pupils with ASD/SEMH and of pupils who have experienced adverse childhood experiences/trauma\n \n· Understanding of school finances\n \n· Effective communication and interpersonal skills\n \n· Ability to communicate a vision and inspire others\n \n· Ability to build effective working relationships\n \n· Pro-active not re-active\n \n· Ability to be flexible and ‘jump in’ if needed\n \n· Ability to build quick rapport and maintain it with pupils and their families\n \n· Ability to work under pressure and prioritise effectively\n \n· Commitment to maintaining confidentiality at all times\n \n· Commitment to safeguarding and equality, ensuring that personal beliefs are not expressed in ways that exploit the position.\n \nINDAHH\n \nJob Types: Permanent, Full-time\n \nSalary: £42,195.00 per year\n \nSchedule:\n* Monday to Friday\n \nEducation:\n* Bachelor's (required)\n \nWork authorisation:\n* United Kingdom (required) read more


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