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PL Primary Stars Community Deliverer  

Salary: Circa £19,000 (Pro rata 0.63 F.T.E./25 hours per week)

Watford FC’s Community Sports and Education Trust (registered charity no: 1102239) is seeking to recruit an enthusiastic, motivated and committed individual to this 25 hours per week, part time role. This position presents an exciting opportunity for a dynamic individual to join our team, based at Watford FC training ground, London Colney.

The PL Primary Stars Community Deliverer will be responsible for the delivery and implementation of the Trust’s PL Primary Stars practical and non-PE offers. This includes delivering PSHE, Maths and English content to targeted children, small groups of children and whole class delivery. Part of this role is to use existing resources and your own teaching knowledge to create our PSHE, Maths and English schemes of work. As part of the PL Primary Stars programme this role will also lead on our Social Action project targets.

The post holder will be expected to complete admin tasks related to PL Primary Stars quality assurance and reporting mechanisms as well as other Trust school programmes related admin. The post holder we also deliver practical and non-practical delivery across the wider range of the Trusts school sport programmes, including the Move & Learn programme, extra-curricular clubs, holiday courses and player development centres. 

The ideal candidate will have:

  • At least two years’ experience of working with children and young people of all abilities in a school environment.
  • Coaching qualifications including a Level 1 in Coaching Football, First Aid and Safeguarding.
  • Experience of delivering PSHE, Maths and English content within a primary school setting.
  • GCSE grade A–C in Maths and English or Functional Skills Level 2 in Maths and English 

  • Experience of working with teachers in a primary school setting.
  • Proficient IT skills including presentation skills.
  • Good organisational and problem-solving skills.
  • A full and valid UK Driving Licence, as well as access to a vehicle for work.
  • A passion to make a difference through sport and education.

 

Desirable:

  • Working towards achieving or has completed the Level 3 Certificate in Supporting the Delivery of Physical Education and School Sport award (AFPE)
  • Knowledge of the PL Primary Stars programme

Applicants will need to have a flexible approach to work and be available during curriculum and extra curriculum time. In return, we will support and develop the successful candidate.

To request an application form and job description please contact Sophie Read on 01923 496352 or by e-mail at Sophie.Read@watfordfc.com Please apply by sending your application form and a covering letter outlining your suitability for the position, via e-mail to Sophie Read, or by post to Sophie Read, Trust Business Support Officer, Watford FC CSE Trust, Vicarage Road Stadium, Watford, Herts, WD18 0ER.  Please note that only shortlisted applicants will be contacted.

Closing Date: Monday 2nd September, 9:00am                 Interview Date: Friday 6th September

Watford FC’s Community Sports & Education Trust is an equal opportunities employer and welcomes applications from all sections of the community.  The necessary Disclosure and Barring Service check will apply to this post.

 Full Job Description Here.

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BUSINESS MANAGER

Education Child Protection LTD is a specialist training company, that works with any organisation that comes into contact with children, young people, families and adults at risk. We provide consultancy and training in the statutory, public, voluntary and private sectors. We pride ourselves in delivering training that is of the highest quality, which makes a positive impact on those who receive it.

THIS IS YOUR OPPORTUNITY TO BUILD YOUR CAREER WITH ONE OF THE UK’S LEADING SAFEGUARDING PROVIDERS.

BUSINESS MANAGER

Location: Hertfordshire

Hours: Full-time – Monday-Friday

Salary: Dependent on qualifications and experience

If you have experience of: -

  • Developing an administration system for a progressive organisation
  • Understanding the importance of managing client relationships
  • Being proactive, innovative and getting things done

We would very much like to hear from you. If you’re interested, please visit our website for more information http://www.ecplimited.com/recruitment.html

 

Education Child Protection Ltd aims to be an equal opportunities employer.

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SAFEGUARDING CONSULTANT

Education Child Protection LTD is a specialist training company, that works with any organisation that comes into contact with children, young people, families and adults at risk. We provide consultancy and training in the statutory, public, voluntary and private sectors. We pride ourselves in delivering training that is of the highest quality, which makes a positive impact on those who receive it.

THIS IS YOUR OPPORTUNITY TO BUILD YOUR CAREER WITH ONE OF THE UK’S LEADING SAFEGUARDING PROVIDERS.

SAFEGUARDING CONSULTANT

Hours: Full-time

Salary: Dependent on qualifications and experience

If you have experience of: -

  • Delivering training/programme – preferably safeguarding
  • Developing proactive relationships with client’s
  • Identifying new business opportunities

We would very much like to hear from you. If you’re interested, please visit our website for more information http://www.ecplimited.com/recruitment.html

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EYFS Coordinator

Dynamic Ducks Ltd are into their second year of running a breakfast and after school childcare provision at Rickmansworth Park JMI School. We are rapidly increasing in numbers and always looking for enthusiastic and motivated individuals to join our team. 


Admin hours: 1-2.30pm- Completing EYFS learning journals, observation updates, key worker information, planning and preparing, setting targets.

After school club hours: 3pm- 6:45pm

Hours: 5.75 hours per day, 5 days a week.

Salary: Dependent on qualifications and experience

There may also be additional hours available for holiday club provision. (Playscheme operates 8-6pm)

 

Ideally applicants will have a relevant Level 2 NVQ (or equivalent) or above, preferably in Playwork, and have some experience of working with 4 –11 year olds in a play environment.

 

Successful applicants will join us in providing high-quality, safe and stimulating breakfast and after school care for the children attending the Dynamic Ducks provision.

 

All posts are covered by the Childcare Act 2006 and are subject to receipt of a satisfactory enhanced DBS disclosure for a regulated activity and reference checks.

 

If you are interested in these positions, please contact Lizzy Duck at: dynamicduckschildcare@gmail.com  for an application form and full job description.

 

The closing date for applications is: 19th August 2019

 

Interview dates: Week commencing 26th August 2019

 

Dynamic Ducks Ltd aims to be an equal opportunities employer.


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Kitchen Assistant

Dynamic Ducks Ltd are into their second year of running a breakfast and after school childcare provision at Rickmansworth Park JMI School. We are rapidly increasing in numbers and always looking for enthusiastic and motivated individuals to join our team.

 

Kitchen assistant

Breakfast club hours: 7:15am- 8:45am

After school club hours: 4pm- 5:30pm

Hours: 3 hours per day, 5 days a week (days are flexible)

Salary: Dependent on qualifications and experience

There may also be additional hours available for various administration tasks and holiday club provision.

 

Experience of working in a kitchen is essential. Applicants would need to provide and serve food to all children attending the after school club provision. 

Successful applicants will join us in providing high-quality, safe and stimulating breakfast and after school care for the children attending the Dynamic Ducks provision.

 

All posts are covered by the Childcare Act 2006 and are subject to receipt of a satisfactory enhanced DBS disclosure for a regulated activity and reference checks.

 

If you are interested in these positions, please contact Lizzy Duck at: dynamicduckschildcare@gmail.com  for an application form and full job description.

 

The closing date for applications is: 19th August 2019

 

Interview dates: Week commencing 26th August 2019

 

Dynamic Ducks Ltd aims to be an equal opportunities employer.

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Projects Officer x2

SBU/Department: Herts Sports Partnership

FTE: 1.0fte working 37 hours (or pro rata) per week

Duration of contract: Fixed term to 31 March 2021

Salary: UH6 £27,830 to £30,395 pa with potential to progress to £33,199pa by annual increments on achieving designated skills and experience

Location: De Havilland Campus, Hatfield, University of Hertfordshire

The award winning Herts Sports and Physical Activity Partnership (HSP) – the Active Partnership for Hertfordshire – is seeking two highly motivated and enthusiastic individuals to join the team as Project Officers. 

HSP is a forward-thinking county wide partnership which has recently been awarded an “Excellent” QUEST rating, one of only two Active Partnerships to achieve this level in the country.

Main Duties & Responsibilities

You will be responsible for planning and delivering a range of sport and physical activity projects in line with our strategic plan and Sport England’s ‘Towards an Active Nation’ Strategy, in particular delivering across our Sport for Social Change, Physical Activity for Wellbeing and Workforce projects.

Skills and experience needed Applications will be particularly welcome from those with knowledge and experience of employment and education programmes, for disaffected young people and those on the cusp of the youth justice system, or knowledge of the health sector and a track record in the design and delivery of physical activity for wellbeing (health based) programmes.

Experience of working in the sport, physical activity and leisure sector, with a track record of working in partnership with a variety of organisations from the statutory and voluntary sectors is essential. You will also bring experience of evaluating sport and physical activity projects to measure their effectiveness using outcome and process evaluation methods. You will demonstrate a practical understanding of Equality issues and safeguarding in sport and physical activity, and have a passion for communicating effectively with a range of stakeholders across the University and partner organisations. Excellent interpersonal, communication and IT skills are essential as well as a knowledge of and experience of community sporting infrastructures are necessary. The ideal candidates are likely to bring knowledge of Behaviour Change theories and evidence of practical implementation of these.

Qualifications required

You will be educated with a degree in sports science or a related subject, or proven professional work experience.   

The post holders will be based at the University of Hertfordshire's De Havilland Campus.  You will be required to travel within Hertfordshire to attend meetings, so it is essential candidates have a full valid driving license and access to a car for work purposes.

In your Personal Statement please indicate whether you have a preference for the Project Officer (Physical Activity for Wellbeing) post, the Project Officer (Workforce) post, or no preference. The attached Job Descriptions give full details about the specific duties of each.

Contact Details/Informal Enquiries:

For an informal discussion on these vacancies, please contact the Partnership’s Deputy Director, Jane Shewring at j.shewring@herts.ac.uk or on 01707 281203 

Closing Date : 01 September 2019   

Interview Date: 11 September 2019

Reference Number: 021434

Apply online here.

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Care Support Workers

Salary: Competitive (rate depends on the days and times worked with enhanced rates for evenings, weekends and Bank Holidays).  Full and part-time hours available.

Are you a reliable, compassionate person and want to help people with care needs stay safe and happy in their own homes if that is where they want to be? Did you want to make a difference to family members by giving them a break from caring?

If the answer to any or all of these is yes, then you may be interested in joining our Crossroads Care Service as a Care Support Worker. The Service aims to provide high quality, flexible services that respond to the individual needs of carers and the people they care for. 

We offer:
• Excellent hourly rates - £9 per hour weekdays, £11.56 per hour on weekends, £10.16 per hour on evenings and early mornings, and £13.04 per hour on Bank Holidays;
• Mileage at 40p per mile between clients homes; 
• Paid holiday (based on the hours you work);
• Free uniform and DBS check;
• Training and ongoing opportunities for career progression;
• Support from office based staff and a 24/7 on call team.

Applicants will need a full UK driving licence and use of a car. You will also have good written and verbal communication skills and a calm and caring manner.

We are particularly looking for people able to work:
• Monday to Friday from 4pm to 8.30pm to provide homecare in the Borehamwood and Bushey areas.
• Weekends (to work 8am – 12pm noon and/or 3pm to 8.30pm) to provide homecare in the Borehamwood and Bushey areas.
• Flexible, but ideally regular hours Monday to Sunday to provide Carers Breaks in all the areas we serve- the boroughs of Hertsmere, Three Rivers and Watford.

You can find out more or apply via the Care Support Worker pack available to download below or call us on 020 8905 1158 to discuss the role.

Care Support Workers Application Pack Download (939 KB)

 

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Centre Manager

“The Swan Youth Project”, provides youth services to secondary school students every day during term-time.

The Board of Trustees is seeking a full-time, energetic and motivated manager who likes teenagers and is interested in their welfare.  The successful candidate will be experienced in  team management, fundraising, relationship-building and networking.

The Centre Manager will report to and work in partnership with the Board of Trustees.

The starting salary will be c £30,000 plus NI pension (NEST) at 4% subject to age and experience. Remuneration will be reviewed and adjusted quarterly in response to fundraising and activity targets.  The post is currently for one year but the opportunity to extend and assure continuation of the post is offered dependant upon the financial success of the Youth Centre. This will be discussed in more detail at the interview.

Please respond with a covering letter outlining how your previous experience will support your application along with a recent cv.  Shortlisted candidates will be sent further details of    the job by email.

Closing Date for Applications is Monday 5th August 2019.

Apply to Carole Niven; cjniven@me.com.

Key responsibilities of the role are increasing the Membership and funding.  Duties include:

                 Managing the daily operation of the Youth Centre including:

o   Oversight of its budget and administration.

o   Recruitment and Management of the youth support team.

o   Keeping accurate records of activities and finances, for reporting to the Trustees

o   Ensuring that activities and management comply with all relevant legislation including charitable status, safeguarding and HR matters

o   Representing the Centre with a variety of related agencies, including local councils.

Future Planning including:

o   Developing and expanding the activities and public profile of the Centre to ensure its future success

o   Raising incremental funds to ensure the continuing success of the Centre and the future of the post. 

o   Develop relationships with new sponsors and supporters, especially those in Berkhamsted.

o   Identify and complete applications to grant funding agencies.

Safeguarding

The Swan Youth Project is committed to safeguarding young people and the post is subject to enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service check (DBS) check which will be arranged and paid for by the Youth Centre.

 Equal Opportunities

The Youth Centre is committed to openness and equality of opportunity in every activity from the way it employs staff to the way it delivers its services and this job is open to all suitably qualified candidates. 


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Specialist Worker Position

Required for the charity Playskill with pre-school age children, working in a play based setting. 

Mondays 9.00am - 3.15pm in Watford and Friday 9.00am - 12.30pm in Leverstock Green term time.

Experience of working with children with Special Needs is essential and applicants need to be fit for pre-school based work.   

DBS & references. £9.22 [including holiday pay], with pension option. 

Informal visits welcomed Monday 15th July. Start date from 6th September.

Deadline for applications is Wednesday 14th August 9am. Interview date Tuesday 3rd September am. 

Funded by the Big Lottery Fund

Contact Claire Duggett for an application form claireD@playskill.org Or for more information contact Andrea Clarke Director/Paediatric Physiotherapist 07572 465504 or andrea@playskill.org

Registered Charity No. 1122745. 


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Sessional project workers

The Gifted are looking for passionate and experienced Sessional Staff to deliver our unique programmes.

Sessional project workers supports young people to own their development and growth journeys. By coaching and facilitating, you play a key role to enable young people to develop themselves further, build mindsets and competencies. During engaging in-person sessions, you will help create “light-bulb” moments, shape their thinking and stimulate their minds to grow and thrive through our Butterfly and Reality Check programme.

You will have experience of working with young people who have been labelled as ‘hard to engage’ and/or who have experienced disadvantage.  You have a proven track record of supporting young people to create change in their lives by providing constructive feedback and development mentorship.

If you are passionate about enabling young people to reach their full potential, to coach and develop the next generation of young leaders, while growing your professional skills  in an exciting and innovative place, you will love working with The Gifted. If you have a hunger to take on new challenges, experiment with novel ideas, and approach situations with a beginner’s mindset, join us!

You must have a full driving license and use of a vehicle to travel to sites across Enfield and Hertfordshire.

Sound like you?

To apply send your CV and a cover letter explaining why you want to work for The Gifted and what skills and experience you have that make you an ideal candidate.

For more information and to download a job description please follow the link below:

https://www.thegifted.org.uk/s...

Email: jobs@thegifted.org.uk

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Leisure Support Worker - Casual Contract

Three Rivers District Council are looking for Leisure Support Workers!

Are you enthusiastic and have a passion to work with children, young people and adults? Enjoy working with or want to work with the community to make a difference? Want to expand on your skills and development and work when it suits you? 

We are looking for enthusiastic individuals with a passion to work with children, young people and adults. You will need to be flexible in your attitude and approach as you may be required to work with varying age groups and on varying leisure activities in a relaxed and informal setting.


You may be asked to work at many different Leisure service sites:
- Holiday Playschemes (Easter & Summer) across schools in the Three Rivers District
- Play Rangers – open spaces & woodland areas in the Three Rivers District and local schools
- Youth Projects
- Working across the Sport, Art and Inclusive Leisure activities

You will receive full training and induction manuals detailing specific procedures.


This role is great for:
 Those who work term time (e.g. School staff, Pre-school staff, Nursery staff etc.)
 University / College students
 Those looking for additional income
 Those looking for work during school holiday periods
 Those wanting to gain more experience in working with children, young people, adults and the community.

Come and join the Leisure Team at Three Rivers District Council, and support us with our community based projects. To find out more or to apply, please go to www.threerivers.gov.uk/egcl-page/leisure-support-worker-casual-contract. Any questions, please email Leisure@threeriverivers.gov.uk

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