Hounslow are looking to recruit an enthusiastic Occupational Therapist to join a well-structured and dynamic team. The client offers a full time contract with an opportunity to work one day from home, a fair and manageable caseload and further training in your portfolio. The vacancy will be for an initial 3 - 6 months with potential for extension. Main Duties for the Occupational Therapist includes; Assessment of service users and carers with complex needs in relation to home environment Providing expert advice, and assessments for equipment and home modifications Adaptations, moving and handling assessments and reducing or minimising the need for care packages. An awareness of the importance of safeguarding vulnerable people, plus an understanding of \n the importance of dignity & respect when dealing with people. To Be Successful; Previous experience working as an Occupational Therapist in the community Manual handling experience Major adaptation experience HCPC Registration Enhanced DBS/CRB (we can obtain for you) Eligibility to work in the UK Occupational Therapist Qualification Benefits of Working at The London Borough of Hounslow Hounslow offers the opportunity for additional training for both perm and temporary members of staff within the authority. With new projects underway in various teams, they offer a very competitive rate of pay. Also free onsite parking is offered to all staff. Why Join Our Agency? With over 10 years' experience recruiting directly into social care, Ackerman Pierce prides itself on the unique services we deliver to our candidates. Each candidate is assigned their own personal consultant who will support them through every placement. We also offer a DBS and a quick and easy registration process. Not forgetting a guaranteed payment into your account every week To discuss this Occupational Therapist vacancy, or any similar roles we have available, please contact Gavin Wright or email us your updated CV today! INDOT
Woolwich, London, UK
Royal Borough of Greenwich are seeking to recruit a Team Leader to join a well-managed team in Young People & Leaving Care. The successful candidate will be working in a well-structured, organised team who are growing their social worker staffing levels. Greenwich pay close attention to looking after their Social Workers and strive to ensure they feel supported and welcomed in their roles. This is a fantastic opportunity to join a stable working environment with experienced leadership, whilst receiving regular supervision, training opportunities and career progression. The responsibilities of the Team Leader includes: To lead and continuously improve the quality and effectiveness of a team providing children's social care services to children, young people and their families. To act as a key player in the within the service group contributing to the effective development of services which improve outcomes for children and young people. To place children and their needs at the heart of what you do, and promote the effective engagement of children and young people in planning, delivering and improving services. Working knowledge of child protection procedures and must be able to utilise her/his knowledge, skills and experience to promote good standards and practice in social work, to ensure positive outcome for children and young people. To ideal candidate will have: HCPC registration Eligibility to work in the UK Social Work qualified (MA/BSc/DPSW/CQSW/MSc/BA) Working with Ackerman Pierce you will be guaranteed weekly payment and access to continued profession development, including a dedicated consultant to support you through the interview and on boarding process. The position offers an ongoing contract and well-funded team giving good job security. To discuss this vacancy or any similar vacancies we currently have available in London, please email your updated CV or contact Carmen Thong for more information.
Position: HR Manager/ Part time Location: Huddersfield Duration: Permanent Hours of work: 25 hours per week minimum Salary: circa £22,000 per annum Our client is a leading manufacturing company based in Huddersfield who are looking to recruit a HR Manager to work part time. The role will involve managing all Human Resources activities. The job duties would be as follows: Developing and implementing HR strategies and initiatives. Managing the recruitment and selection process. Issuing employee contracts, new starter parks and arranging inductions. Bridging management and employee relations by addressing demands, grievances or other issues. Overseeing and managing a performance appraisal system. Assessing training needs and monitoring training programmes. Ensuring that policies and practices within the company are compliant to the latest legislation and effectively communicated and developing new policies as required. Key Attributes: Proven working experience as a HR Manager within manufacturing. Excellent communication, negotiation and presentation skills. Competence to build and manage interpersonal relationships at all levels of the company. In-depth knowledge of Labour law and best practice. To apply for this position please click 'apply now' for immediate consideration or contact Riz Haider at E3R on 01484 645269. E3 Recruitment is acting as an Employment Agency in relation to this vacancy.
London Borough of Haringey, London, UK
We are looking to recruit a Qualified Social Worker in the Children's Safeguarding & Support Team within Haringey. The successful candidate will be working in a well-structured, organised team who are growing their social worker staffing levels. Haringey Council pay close attention to looking after their Social Workers and strive to ensure they feel supported and welcomed in their roles. This is a fantastic opportunity to join a stable working environment with experienced leadership, whilst receiving regular supervision and training opportunities. The responsibilities of the Social Worker includes: Undertaking initial investigations Undertaking core investigations Operating under the remit of the Children's Act, 1989 Attending child protection meetings Managing a high caseload Maintaining accurate and up-to-date case files To ideal candidate will have: HCPC registration Eligibility to work in the UK Social Work qualified (MA/BSc/DPSW/CQSW/MSc/BA) Working with Ackerman Pierce you will be guaranteed weekly payment and access to continued profession development, including a dedicated consultant to support you through the interview and on boarding process. The position offers a long contract within a stable supportive team with a great location and excellent transport links as well as being close to central London. To discuss this vacancy or any similar vacancies we currently have available in London, please email your updated CV or contact Carmen Thong for more information.