Surrey County Council

Surrey County Council Camberley, UK
Oct 22, 2018
Job Details The full time salary is £25,821 per annum, £12,910.50 pro rata for 18 hours per week (3 days a week, 9am-3pm), although at times you may be expected to attend events outside your normal working hours. You will be based at our Camberley Adult Learning Centre, France Hill Drive, Camberley GU15 3QB. You will benefit from 24 days annual leave (pro rata), rising to 28 days (pro rata) after 2 years' service, a generous local government salary related pension, as well as the option to join our car lease scheme. For more information about the wide variety of benefits you can take advantage of please visit MyBenefits for Surrey County Council staff. Surrey County Council is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. We want to be an inclusive and diverse employer of first choice reflecting the community we serve and particularly welcome applications from all under represented groups. About the Role Surrey Adult Learning service is looking for a dynamic, well organised Graphic Designer and Web Interface Officer who will be helping to develop and deliver the creative and brand element of campaigns and projects. This role provides professional, innovative, creative and effective graphic design solutions for Surrey Adult Learning. In particular the post holder will be responsible for the design and delivery of Surrey Adult Learning course directories and other digital and printed publicity materials. Usual tasks you would undertake include: Production and development of a variety of adult learning brochures for digital and print publications. Designing newspaper and online adverts, banners, and other marketing collateral in line with Surrey Adult Learning's and Surrey County Council branding. Providing support in planning, developing and maintaining external and internal websites to ensure that information is presented to a high standard. Working with photographers, Web team, Communication team, and external agencies to commission imagery, ensuring images adhere to the county council's Equality and Diversity Policy and represent communities across the county. Providing support to the Business Development Manager, Business Development Officer and Digital Marketing Officer in increasing service revenue and enrolments. To be shortlisted to interview for this position your application will clearly evidence : A degree in Graphic Design or equivalent qualification/experience. Experience in Adobe inDesign, Photoshop and Illustratorl; a working knowledge of Adobe Premiere Pro would also be beneficial. Creative flair and attention to detail. Ability to meet deadlines and work under pressure. Ability to work as part of a team. Experience in creating and managing digital content for website, social media, and email. For more information please find attached to the bottom of this advert a full job profile. Additional Information The job advert closes at 23:59 on 31st October 2018. Interviews will take place week commencing 12th November 2018. Values and Behaviours Our values are what support our vision, shape the culture and are crucial in delivering our corporate strategy. For more information about our values and behaviours please follow this link.
Surrey County Council Knaphill, Woking, UK
Oct 22, 2018
Job Details If you are thinking about working for an innovative and dynamic Educational Psychology Service which staff describe as flexible, friendly and supportive, then Surrey could be the place for you. We offer fulltime and part time working as a permanent or associate team member, supported by agile working arrangements, with your own laptop and iPhone. We offer a generous annual leave package, local government salary-related pension, childcare vouchers, as well as the option to join our car lease scheme or our pay-as-you go car club. What we offer £37,545- £46,504, (Soulbury points 2 -7 plus up to 3 SPA points), area fringe allowance of £779 per annum and an essential car user allowance. It is expected that the successful candidates will start at minimum point 4 . We have offices in Woking, Esher and Redhill and provide a service to all areas of the county. These positions are based at some of our main area offices, click HERE to see a 360 degree view of the buildings and surrounding areas along with a view of the receptions. We keep a register of Associate Educational Psychologists who support the team during periods of high demand across the local authority. Associates are an important part of our team and are able to access a range of CPD opportunities, regular supervision and administrative support. About the Role At Surrey we are always keen to hear from EPs who are looking for an opportunity that will allow them to make a real difference to children and young people whilst being committed to developing their own professional skills and abilities. Our teams are well established using developed consultation approaches and psychological interventions founded on evidence based practice in education and community settings. We utilise research and service evaluations for developing innovative practice and quality assurance. We value and invest in our staff through comprehensive training and regular supervision. To us it's simple, the more trained and developed our staff the better the outcomes for the children we support. As such, we are also committed to the development of expertise in the following areas: Emotional Literacy Support Assistant training and supervision Cygnet and ASD parenting programmes The Attachment Project Looked After Children Mental Health and Emotional Wellbeing Portage Early Years Further Education/Post 16 Supervision of Trainee EPs The EPS is regarded as key within our Service for Children, Schools and Families. We are very proud of feedback from our stakeholders, namely children, young people, parents and schools, which has indicated high levels of impact and satisfaction with regards to children's inclusion, academic attainment, person centred assessments and social emotional and mental well-being. Surrey is a large and diverse county and we have a strong commitment to inclusive practice. If you would be interested in joining us, please submit your CV and personal statement clearly evidencing: How you meet the minimum requirements: Psychology degree (or BPS equivalent); professional qualification in Educational Psychology (doctorate, masters or equivalent); and registration with the Health and Care Professions Council. Your ability to travel around the county to meet the requirements of the role. A commitment to personal development and child focused out comes. If you have a preferred location. Additional Information CVs will be reviewed on an on-going basis and interviews arranged at mutual convenience. Closing date: 23:59 on 31st December 2018. Equal Opportunities Surrey County Council is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. We want to be an inclusive and diverse employer of first choice reflecting the community we serve and particularly welcome applications from all under represented groups.
Surrey County Council Surrey, UK
Oct 22, 2018
Job Details We have a number of part time Catering Assistant positions available in over 300 schools throughout the county. Our staff work around 10 hours per week, but there are positions from 5 to 25 hours. These positions are Monday to Friday over the lunchtime period. The salary for catering assistant positions is £8.75per hour . In addition to this there are many benefits including local government salary-related pension , discounted child care vouchers and money off vouchers for shopping are some of the benefits open to Surrey employees. For more information, please visit MyBenefits for Surrey County Council staff . About the Role Helping prepare and serve food is just one aspect of this varied role. Setting up the dining area, serving children and assisting with cleaning duties are all part of a typical day's work too. You will need to get on well with colleagues and customers alike, so your friendly nature will get every opportunity to shine. If you work well in a team and have a flexible attitude, then we'll provide you with all the training you need. An enhanced DBS 'Disclosure and Barring Service' check for regulated activity (formerly known as CRB) and the Children's and Adults' Barred List checks will be required for this role. Please note, you will need to be able to prove your eligibility to work in the UK. Equal Opportunities Surrey County Council is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. We want to be an inclusive and diverse employer of first choice reflecting the community we serve and particularly welcome applications from all under represented groups.
Surrey County Council Guildford, UK
Oct 22, 2018
Job Details We offer £33,665 per annum for 36 hours per week based at one of our 4 office locations in Guildford (South West), Woking (North West), Redhill (South East) & Leatherhead (North East). You will be asked to select your location and team preference on the application form. This position is based inside one of our main area offices, click HERE to see a 360 degree view of the building and surrounding area along with a view of the reception. Please find our vacancy list attached to the bottom of the advert for information on which roles we currently have open for you to apply for. Flexible working supported where possible, equipment, laptop and mobile supplied. 28 days annual leave, local government salary-related pension offered, discounted child care vouchers as well as the option to join the car lease scheme. For more information, please visit MyBenefits for Surrey County Council staff. An enhanced DBS 'Disclosure and Barring Service' check for regulated activity (formerly known as CRB) and the Children's and Adults' Barred List checks will be required for this role. A Foreword from the Executive Director 'Changing our culture and practice will be the driving force of the improvement journey. Putting children, young people and their families at the heart of all we do. I am committed to introducing the Family Safeguarding model as well as ensuring key conditions of success are in place. One of these conditions is be that social workers will have manageable caseloads.' David Hill, Executive Director of Children's Services About the Role Surrey County Council has a fantastic opportunity for qualified social workers to join one of our frontline teams. We are looking for committed and passionate workers who are interested in the challenges of working in a busy, professional environment. We will be driving forward improvements in practice by introducing the Family Safeguarding model, an evidenced based approach in improving outcomes for children. This approach has been successfully implemented by Hertfordshire, Luton, Peterborough and West Berkshire, all of which have been rated as good by Ofsted. You'll be taking on challenging and rewarding work, assisted by high quality supervision from experienced managers who are committed to making the improvements required to ensure that children and their families receive a good service. There is also a firm commitment to ensuring you have manageable caseloads - allowing you to do the work that you need to do for children. You will undertake holistic assessments of children and their families' needs, working with children who are in need or in need of protection and developing and reviewing effective plans. You will also plan with and support children where they cannot safely live in their families, to ensure their life chances are maximised and they meet their full potential. Our Teams We are looking to develop area based services which will have multi-disciplinary input. Each location will be made up of the following teams: Assessment Child in Need Child Protection Looked after Children How we will support your development Supporting your career development is a top priority for us. We have a comprehensive training programme and are looking to develop a workforce wide "Academy". The Council is invested in training staff in the Family Safeguarding model, Motivational Interviewing, as well as investing in support to develop systems thinking in practice in Surrey. Your development will be supported by regular supervision and appraisal as well as a range of coaching, e learning and other refection and learning opportunities. To be shortlisted to interview for this position your application will clearly evidence : Experience of working within a broad knowledge of social work practice and legislation, including safeguarding. An ability to demonstrate excellent assessment and analysis skills. HCPC registered A Social Work degree Additional Information Applications will be reviewed on an on-going basis. In your application form please indicate your team & location preference. We will confirm that we have received your application and will get back to you in 5 working days' time. When a role that is not on currently open on our vacancy list (attached at bottom of the advert) that you are interested in becomes available we will contact you . Values and Behaviours Our values are what support our vision, shape the culture and are crucial in delivering our corporate strategy. For more information about our values and behaviours please follow this link.
Surrey County Council Epsom, UK
Oct 22, 2018
Job Details External Advert Early Years Practitioner Level 3 (3rd in charge) Maternity Cover Role: Early Years Practitioner 3rd in charge (Level 3) Hours: Hours worked 28.25 hours a week Term Time Days and hours: Monday 8.00 - 12.00, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday 8.15 - 3.10 Friday 8.30 - 12.10 Salary: To be discussed NVQ level 3 qualified or equivalent CLOSING DATE: 26th October 18 INTERVIEW DATE: 2nd November 18 About the Role An exciting, varied and fulfilling role within a Pre-school setting, to make a real difference to the lives of the attending children and their families. As part of a team, you will deliver high-quality play and learning opportunities through a wide range of activities. You will communicate well with young children, parents and carers and have working knowledge of the Early Years Foundation Stage. General duties and responsibilities: Work as part of a team supporting other Pre-School staff and volunteers. Ensuring the smooth running of the Pre-School by adhering to relevant policies and procedures. Attend management, administration or organisation meetings including open days, events or evenings as required. Use your knowledge, experience and imagination to come up with new ideas and activities. Serving of refreshments to children and overseeing lunchtimes. Setting up and packing away resources. Attend training and keep up-to-date with changes to welfare requirements, planning for children's learning and safeguarding procedures. Show a strong commitment to training and on-going professional development. Any other duties reasonably required by the Pre-school Manager. For more information please speak to Lucy Frost the pre-school manager or complete an application form and email it to Additional Information Please note that this vacancy is not part of Surrey County Council, we are advertising this on behalf of a partnership organisation.
Surrey County Council Knaphill, Woking, UK
Oct 22, 2018
Job Details £43,638 per annum for 36 hours per week This position is based at the Woking Adult Learning Centre, Hoebrook Close, Woking, GU22 9PE however travel to all of the seven Centres is essential. You will therefore need to have a full driving licence and access to a vehicle. This is a 6 month fixed term contract with a possible extension for up to 1 year. From flexible working to job sharing (where possible) we are committed to providing a healthy work life balance. A laptop and mobile will be supplied if applicable to your role. You will benefit from 24 days annual leave, rising to 28 days after 2 years' service, a generous local government salary related pension, as well as the option to join our car lease scheme. For more information about the wide variety of benefits you can take advantage of please visit MyBenefits for Surrey County Council staff. Surrey County Council is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. We want to be an inclusive and diverse employer of first choice reflecting the community we serve and particularly welcome applications from all under represented groups. About the Role This is an excellent opportunity for an individual to extend and further develop their leadership, senior management and operational skills in an adult learning environment. You will lead a team of managers who are responsible for the administrative and customer service staff who, in turn, are responsible for the seven Adult Learning Centres across Surrey. You will ensure high quality customer service, effective management of the centres and an innovative approach to maximising occupation and use of the centres as well as increasing income generation. You will develop robust systems and processes and work in a supportive manner to help staff. You will lead the Learning Services Management Team. As a member of the Surrey Adult Learning Senior Management Team you will help shape strategy and implement change. There are a number of key relationships you will need to build, within the service, within the wider County Council, as well as externally. Through the Business Services Manager, you are responsible for the successful delivery of the accredited qualification based provision, a key element of the funding the service receives from the Education and Skills Funding Agency (ESFA). The role would also lead on the operational delivery during an Ofsted Inspection. The role may also be required to provide cover during evenings and Saturdays, when the centre(s) would not be able to open due to absence of the member of staff scheduled to work. The role is also the main link between the Business Support Team and the service and leads on tasks undertaken by the team, especially Tutor Pay and Financial Year End. You will help to deliver through your Learning Services Management Team a high quality experience for those using and engaging with the centres. You will need to ensure your team meets all deadlines and any data input requirements in an accurate and timely manner. We are looking for someone who has previously worked in a management role. You will bring us proven team, performance, operations and business development skills. You will have strong communication skills and ideally both a working knowledge of health and safety and of education and training. You will need to manage a high workload and a variety of competing priorities. For more information please find attached to the bottom of this advert a full job profile. Additional Information The job advert closes at 23:59 on 28th October 2018. Interviews will take place week commencing 5th November 2018. Values and Behaviours Our values are what support our vision, shape the culture and are crucial in delivering our corporate strategy. For more information about our values and behaviours please follow this link.
Surrey County Council Godalming, UK
Oct 22, 2018
Job Details £8,868.72 per annum for 22.50 hours per week, 38.4 weeks per year working 4.50 hours over the lunch time period, Monday to Friday based Godalming Junior School, Hallam Road, Meadrow, Godalming GU7 3HJ An enhanced DBS 'Disclosure and Barring Service' check for regulated activity (formerly known as CRB) and the Children's and Adults' Barred List checks will be required for this role. Local government salary-related pension offered, discounted child care vouchers as well as the option to join the car lease scheme. For more information, please visit MyBenefits for Surrey County Council staff . Surrey County Council is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. We want to be an inclusive and diverse employer of first choice reflecting the community we serve and particularly welcome applications from all under-represented groups. About the Role Do you have experience of working in catering? Do you have the skills required to run a busy kitchen? Need a position that fits in with school holidays? Then look no further as we have the right position for you! Be part of our friendly catering team at Godalming Junior School, where you can be at the forefront in providing healthy school lunches for the children. We offer the opportunity for you to gain, build and develop your current supervisory and management skills, whilst offering further options to work towards a Level 3 qualification in Food Hygiene. The ideal person for this position will have a great attitude to working in a team, experience of prepping, cooking and service of meals in addition to ordering supplies. About the Team Our Godalming catering team consists of a Caterer and 2 Catering Assistants. Working collectively as one team they take pride in the quality of the food provided. Additional Information Advert closing date 28th October 2018. Interview dates to be confirmed. Equal Opportunities Our values are what support our vision, shape the culture and are crucial in delivering our corporate strategy. For more information about our values and behaviours please follow this link.
Surrey County Council Surrey, UK
Oct 22, 2018
Full time
Dave Hill- Executive Director of Children, Families and Learning: Surrey Children's Services is on a rapid change journey, with new management, innovative approaches and considerable energy. We have made a great start, but are looking for four new Directors to join us in transforming our services. We are determined that children, young people and their families will be at the centre of all we do. We are changing our model of work to one which supports excellent children's services, with Family Resilience - early help and prevention, at the heart of our journey. Family Safeguarding, an innovative and highly effective approach, developed in Hertfordshire will be central to our new model. Supporting all of our front line workers across social work, SEN and other services, to have reflective, thoughtful and supportive leadership and management is critical to our journey. We believe that it will be the practice and culture of our managers and workers that will deliver great outcomes for our children and their families. We have taken feedback from Ofsted inspections seriously, but it will be knowing ourselves well and a journey for 'our' children that will get us to be a top performing children's service. These Director roles will work as a critical part of the improvement journey, we are looking for individuals who can deliver at the highest level and also be part of a strong and supportive team. The Role We are looking for a candidate who can drive development of new services to deliver improved outcomes for Looked After Children to ensure help is provided when needed, and that children who cannot be safely looked after by their parents are able to move to high quality permanent homes more quickly when appropriate. You would also lead the delivery of a remodelled Leaving Care Service to allow those leaving Surrey's care to make a smooth transition with appropriate support to move successfully to the next stage of their lives. Open day On the afternoon of Friday 2 November Dave Hill will be available from 2pm to meet in person to talk about the positions available. To book on the open day, please call Gillian Young , Greg Hayes or Marcia Williams .
Surrey County Council Surrey, UK
Oct 22, 2018
Full time
Dave Hill- Executive Director of Children, Families and Learning: Surrey Children's Services is on a rapid change journey, with new management, innovative approaches and considerable energy. We have made a great start, but are looking for four new Directors to join us in transforming our services. We are determined that children, young people and their families will be at the centre of all we do. We are changing our model of work to one which supports excellent children's services, with Family Resilience - early help and prevention, at the heart of our journey. Family Safeguarding, an innovative and highly effective approach, developed in Hertfordshire will be central to our new model. Supporting all of our front line workers across social work, SEN and other services, to have reflective, thoughtful and supportive leadership and management is critical to our journey. We believe that it will be the practice and culture of our managers and workers that will deliver great outcomes for our children and their families. We have taken feedback from Ofsted inspections seriously, but it will be knowing ourselves well and a journey for 'our' children that will get us to be a top performing children's service. These Director roles will work as a critical part of the improvement journey, we are looking for individuals who can deliver at the highest level and also be part of a strong and supportive team. The Role We are looking for a candidate who can lead an integrated commissioning strategy for children's, families' and learning services in partnership with key agencies, and specifically the joint commissioning of council and NHS services, to improve outcomes of children, young people and their families in the most efficient and cost effective way possible. This role will involve working closely with the council's Head of Strategic Commissioning to align practice in directorate service commissioning in support of delivery of an ambitious health and social care devolution agreement, integration of care and health services and the establishment of a commissioning hub for public services in Surrey. Open day On the afternoon of Friday 2 November Dave Hill will be available from 2pm to meet in person to talk about the positions available. To book on the open day, please call Gillian Young , Greg Hayes or Marcia Williams .
Surrey County Council Woking, UK
Oct 21, 2018
Full time
£25,821 for 36 hours per week based at either Quadrant Court, 35 Guildford Road, Woking, GU22 7QQ or Consort House, 5-7 Queensway, Redhill, RH1 1YB. A full-time permanent role is available. Flexible working supported where possible, laptop and mobile supplied. 24 days annual leave, local government salary-related pension offered, discounted child care vouchers as well as the option to join the car lease scheme. For more information, please visit MyBenefits for Surrey County Council staff . An enhanced DBS 'Disclosure and Barring Service' check for regulated activity (formerly known as CRB) and the Children's and Adults' Barred List checks will be required for this role. There has never been a more exciting time to join The Surrey Transition Team for young people as we embrace the changes in the Children's, Adult and Education Legislation. We are undertaking a review of how we work and are currently implementing these changes. We are a Countywide Team, working with a cohort of young people in the 14-25 age group, helping them to plan and prepare and build for their adult lives, ensuring that they have access to the support that they need. Our vision is 'Working with all our partners to make a difference to the lives of people, through trusted, personalised and universal social care support, so people have choice and control, and can maximise their wellbeing and independence in their local community' . You will be part of a team and will have access to direction, support and supervision from a qualified Social Worker. You will have frequent direct contact with the public on the phone as well as visiting them in their own home or care setting. Your role will involve a variety of tasks including assessing people's needs and carrying out regular reviews. You will work in partnership with individuals, their Carers, professional staff in other agencies, service providers and Support Brokers in order to support vulnerable adults and their families to identify and arrange services that meet their needs and promote independence, choice and control. You will have a caseload and work with individuals who need additional support or guidance in order to identify their needs or where best interests decisions need to be made on their behalf, they may need close monitoring, or frequent review or interventions to minimise and manage risk may be required. You may be involved in carrying out risk assessments and prescribing basic daily living equipment and minor property adaptations. You will be involved in supporting safeguarding investigations and attending safeguarding meetings with the support of qualified practitioners. Senior Social Care Assistants will have substantial experience of working directly with people with social care needs, including visiting them in their own homes. You will be confident and competent in working with people with a variety of physical and cognitive impairments. You will need to have competent basic IT skills and be able and willing to learn to use a variety of software systems. All short-listed applicants will be required to complete an IT assessment as part of the interview process. You may not have considered Transition work before but, if you have the skills and experience above, you already have what you need to succeed with us. The work involves travelling within Surrey and also to other parts of the county. Therefore you will need to have a full UK driving license and have access to a car. Post holders may work with any combination, or all, of the following care groups: people with physical, sensory, cognitive impairments, people with a learning disability and people with mental health problems. For more information please find attached to the bottom of this advert a full job description and person specification. We look forward to receiving your application. Contact Details For an informal discussion contact Gareth Owen on or by e-mail at We look forward to receiving your application. Additional Information The job advert closes at 23:59 on 5th November 2018. The interview date is yet to be arranged. Please do not apply if you have been unsuccessful at interview stage previously for this role for any team across Adult Social Care in Surrey County Council as your application will not be considered for 3 months from your interview date.
Surrey County Council Surrey, UK
Oct 21, 2018
Job Details £600 per day, 4 days per calendar month based Surrey wide. This is a 12 month fixed term contract. Surrey County Council is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. We want to be an inclusive and diverse employer of first choice reflecting the community we serve and particularly welcome applications from all under represented groups. An enhanced DBS 'Disclosure and Barring Service' check for regulated activity (formerly known as CRB) and the Children's and Adults' Barred List checks will be required for this role. This post has been designated as a politically restricted post in accordance with the Local Government and Housing Act 1989. About the Role Are you passionate about improving outcomes for children in Surrey? Can you develop and challenge Surrey's safeguarding activities whilst remaining independent? Surrey Safeguarding Children Board (SSCB) are seeking to appoint an experienced Independent Chair to provide leadership to the multi-agency partnership, through a period of significant transformation, improvement and challenges to improve outcomes for all Surrey children. As the appointed chair will be working independently of any organisations associated with Surrey this opportunity is not open to anyone who is currently employed by Surrey County Council. The successful candidate will have significant proven skills in: Gaining the participation of children and young people by championing their interests and rights to have their voices heard; Leading improvement work, including skills in managing competing priorities and budget constraints Providing independent challenge, scrutiny and leadership within a multi-agency partnership The ability to lead a developing partnership through a period of transition to new local arrangements, highlighting and mitigating emerging risks associated with resource issues, skills, capacity and relationships Demonstrable skills and experience of working at a senior leadership level, within a children's safeguarding environment Accountable to the Chief Executive and the Surrey wide partnership you will work independent of any organisation working within Surrey. This is a fantastic opportunity to lead the way in developing, challenging and scrutinising Surrey's safeguarding activities. Providing the opportunity to hold all agencies to account, whilst ensuring integrated working and information sharing for all involved partners. Your role will involve initiating and managing debates between partner agencies, so after having heard all points of views, you'll be able to make sound judgements. You'll assess the effectiveness of services provided for vulnerable children, young people and their families, and commission Serious Case Reviews as required. The SSCB will also look to you for leadership in business planning, performance reporting, budgetary and service improvement work. This is a perfect opportunity for those looking to positively influence the way agencies across Surrey safeguard and improve outcomes for children. Confident, accountable and impartial, you must demonstrate authority but foster approachability. Inspiring trust and respect in all partners is crucial. To succeed, you'll need a thorough understanding of the different organisations involved in safeguarding and how they work. Whilst realistic about the limitations imposed by austerity, you'll be ready to pursue high standards and motivate others to achieve them. Driven to ensure the welfare of Surrey's most vulnerable children and young people, you'll be ready to challenge at the most senior levels. To view the job description and person specification, please scroll to the bottom of the page. Additional Information The job advert closes at 23:59 on 28 October 2018 Interviews will take place on 14 November 2018 Please note, if access to the GCSX (PSN) network is required for this role, a Basic Disclosure (DBS check) will be required to meet the Government Baseline Personnel Security Standards. Values and Behaviours Our values are what support our vision, shape the culture and are crucial in delivering our corporate strategy. For more information about our values and behaviours please follow this link.
Surrey County Council Redhill, UK
Oct 21, 2018
Full time
Job Details £25,821 per annum for 36 hours per week. Hours are worked on a rota basis, which involve sleep-ins and include evenings, weekends and bank holidays. Surrey Residential Homes accommodate children up to 18 years of age. All of our homes are inspected regularly by OFSTED and most have been judged as either 'Good', 'Outstanding' or are working towards this. Therefore we are very proud of the quality of our residential services for children in Surrey. As a result we have invested in our homes and staff and plan to continue to do this, in order to achieve a service that is ambitious, innovative and responsive to the needs of young people in our care. Where possible, we offer flexible working, mobile phones and laptops. 24 days annual leave for full time staff or pro rata for part time staff. Local government salary-related pension offered, discounted child care vouchers as well as the option to join the car lease scheme. For more information, please visit MyBenefits for Surrey County Council staff. An enhanced DBS 'Disclosure and Barring Service' check for regulated activity (formerly known as CRB) and the Children's and Adults' Barred List checks will be required for this role. Do you see yourself as a positive role model who can interact with young people on multiple levels? Do you think you can empower young people to make positive life changes? Are you looking for a challenge? You will be enthusiastic, reliable and flexible and be prepared to work some unsociable hours, including evenings, weekends, bank holidays and sleep in's. About the Role As a Senior Residential Worker you will: Participate in the design, implementation and monitoring of care plans for individual children Maintain good communications and continuity of work practice within the home through attendance at, and contribution to regular team meetings Undertake responsibility for individual children/young people in accordance with linkworker/keyworker responsibility Engage actively in collaboration with others in the residential service in the development of effective practice for the care and containment of young people with challenging behaviour and complex needs Have previous experience of working with children and young people Be able to receive and give constructive feedback, support colleagues development and practice by holding supervisor and shift leading roles Support others to adhere to and understand regulatory guidance, policy and procedures Represent the home and young people in multi-agency meetings To be shortlisted to interview for this position your application will clearly evidence: Knowledge of child development At least 2 years residential experience Have achieved An NVQ3/Diploma qualification or above in a Child Care related subject Ability and preparedness to recognise and deal appropriately with conflict Awareness of the existence and effects of social disadvantage and discrimination Aspirations to "make a difference" and a view to practice in a restorative way A positive, adaptable, confident, resilient and self-aware approach to work A committed and flexible attitude Holland Close looks after 2 young people usually aged between 10-16 years old on admission for young people in crisis who have experienced challenging and traumatic life events. Holland Close offers short term safe and stabilising placements, where our young people's immediate needs can be identified and addressed through the process of building meaningful relationships, creating and maintaining child focused routines and boundaries that promote their welfare and support their development. Through the use of Restorative Practice and Promoting Positive Behaviour within in our daily practice, the home aims to develop a holistic understanding of our young people to inform long term care planning. This is a challenging and rewarding role that requires compassion, self-awareness, maturity and humour. Contact Details For an informal discussion contact Emma Kamdar-Scarr on . We look forward to receiving your application. Please note we are unable to comment if your skills, abilities and experience meet the short-listing criteria prior to receipt of a full application. How to apply Please find attached at the bottom of this advert the full job description for each role with more information on both. Please note to be considered for a position you will need to evidence in your application how you meet the requirements of the role you are applying for, which is to be stated clearly in your application. Additional Information The job advert closes at 23:59 on 11 November 2018 If shortlisted for interview, you will be invited for an informal visit to the home prior to a group interview on 8th August and formal interview on 13th August.
Surrey County Council Redhill, UK
Oct 21, 2018
Full time
Job Details We are also looking for bank staff, to flexibly work as part of the team on zero hour contracts. Any hours worked will be mutually agreed in advance but involve working on a rota basis, including sleep-ins, evenings, weekends and bank holidays. The hourly rate of pay is £13.24 per hour inclusive of annual leave allowance for Bank positions. An enhanced DBS 'Disclosure and Barring Service' check for regulated activity (formerly known as CRB) and the Children's and Adults' Barred List checks will be required for this role. Surrey County Council is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. We want to be an inclusive and diverse employer of first choice reflecting the community we serve and particularly welcome applications from all under represented groups. About the Role Surrey Residential Homes accommodate children up to 18 years of age. All of our homes are inspected regularly by OFSTED and most have been judged as either 'Good', 'Outstanding' or are working towards this. Therefore we are very proud of the quality of our residential services for children in Surrey. As a result we have invested in our homes and staff and plan to continue to do this, in order to achieve a service that is ambitious, innovative and responsive to the needs of young people in our care. Holland Close looks after 2 young people usually aged between 10-16 years old on admission for young people in crisis who have experienced challenging and traumatic life events. Holland Close offers short term safe and stabilising placements, where our young people's immediate needs can be identified and addressed through the process of building meaningful relationships, creating and maintaining child focused routines and boundaries that promote their welfare and support their development. Through the use of Restorative Practice and Promoting Positive Behaviour within in our daily practice, the home aims to develop a holistic understanding of our young people to inform long term care planning. Do you see yourself as a positive role model who can interact with young people on multiple levels? Do you think you can empower young people to make positive life changes? Are you looking for a challenge? For the this post you won't necessarily need experience of residential work, but you will need to demonstrate experience of working with and understanding some of the complex issues many children and young people in care may have. You will need to have empathy, resilience and a sense of humour. You will be enthusiastic, reliable and flexible and be prepared to work some unsociable hours, including evenings, weekends, bank holidays and sleep in's As a Bank Residential Worker you will: Participate in the design, implementation and monitoring of care plans for individual children Maintain good communications and continuity of work practice within the home through attendance at, and contribution to regular team meetings Undertake responsibility for individual children/young people in accordance with linkworker/keyworker responsibility Engage actively in collaboration with others in the residential service in the development of effective practice for the care and containment of young people with challenging behaviour and complex needs Be required to achieve a level 3 NVQ/Diploma qualification within 2 years of your start date in this role To be shortlisted to interview for this position your application will clearly evidence: Knowledge of child development Ability and preparedness to recognise and deal appropriately with conflict Awareness of the existence and effects of social disadvantage and discrimination Aspirations to "make a difference" and a view to practice in a restorative way A positive, adaptable, confident, resilient and self-aware approach to work A committed and flexible attitude This is a challenging and rewarding role that requires compassion, self-awareness, maturity and humour. Contact Details For an informal discussion contact Emma Kamdar-Scarr on . Please ensure that you refer to the full job description attached at the bottom of this advert and evidence in your application how you meet requirements of the role We look forward to receiving your application. Additional Information The job advert closes at 23:59 on 11 November 2018. If shortlisted for interview, you will be invited for an informal visit to the home prior to a group interview.
Surrey County Council Surrey, UK
Oct 21, 2018
Full time
Job Details £12,910.50 per annum pro rata to £25,821 for working 18 hours per week, based at the Camberley Adult Learning Centre, 10 France Hill Drive, Camberley, GU15 3QB, but with regular countywide travel for teaching. This is a permanent contract for 52 weeks a year, 18 hours a week, but other work patterns will be considered. You will therefore need to have a full driving licence and access to a vehicle. Our current mileage rate is 45 pence per mile. Travel to some teaching assignments can be arranged directly from home. From flexible working to job sharing (where possible) we are committed to providing a healthy work life balance. You will benefit from 24 days annual leave for full time staff or pro rata for part time staff, rising to 28 days after 2 years' service, a generous local government salary related pension, as well as the option to join our car lease scheme. For more information about the wide variety of benefits you can take advantage of please visit MyBenefits for Surrey County Council staff. An enhanced DBS 'Disclosure and Barring Service' check for regulated activity (formerly known as CRB) and the Children's and Adults' Barred List checks will be required for this role. Surrey County Council is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. We want to be an inclusive and diverse employer of first choice reflecting the community we serve and particularly welcome applications from all under represented groups. About the Role This job is for you if you want to make a difference to the lives of others. You would be: Actively helping parents support their children's skills Creating and designing responsive teaching programmes Enthusiastically promoting learning to families We are seeking a creative, inspirational tutor to teach literacy as part of our Family Learning suite of programmes. As a lead tutor you will develop the curriculum area, design, plan and deliver high quality courses. You would join a supportive team who work closely together to improve life chances of both parents and their children. Family Learning is an integral part of the Surrey Adult Learning Service (Ofsted Good 2016 ) which offers a broad range of learning opportunities to meet both local needs and government priorities. Working in close partnership with schools & children's centres these courses are specifically designed to help parents improve their own skills whilst learning how to support their children. Some courses are joint (parent and child) but every course links to the child's development and this role would require making links to the child's Literacy curriculum. In order to be shortlisted for interview your CV and covering letter will clearly evidence that you: * Have a level 3 or higher subject qualification in English/Literacy and a relevant teaching qualification * Have excellent communication and interpersonal skills * Have a strong commitment to inspire and motivate learners to overcome barriers and achieve their full potential * Promote the benefits of technology and support learners in its use * Plan and deliver courses for diverse groups in a safe and inclusive environment * Have a flexible approach to embed literacy using creative skills e.g. arts and crafts and making games For more information please find attached to this advert a full job profile. We look forward to receiving your application. Contact Details For an informal discussion, please feel free to contact Cheryl Brown Curriculum Manager, Family Learning, on or by email Additional Information The job advert closes at midnight on 29th October 2018. Interviews will take place week commencing 12th and 19th November 2018, by arrangement. Values and Behaviours Our values are what support our vision, shape the culture and are crucial in delivering our corporate strategy. For more information about our values and behaviours please follow this link . How to apply You can find useful guidance on our website to assist you with your job application . There are also further helpful hints, handy tips and employment advice to make sure your application sells you in the best possible way.
Surrey County Council Redhill, UK
Oct 21, 2018
Full time
Job Details £22,233 per annum for 36 hour week, based at Holland Close Childrens Home, Redhill, Surrey. Hours are worked on a rota basis, which involve sleep-ins and include evenings, weekends and bank holidays. Where possible, we offer flexible working, mobile phones and laptops. 24 days annual leave for full time staff or pro rata for part time staff. Local government salary-related pension offered, discounted child care vouchers as well as the option to join the car lease scheme. For more information, please visit MyBenefits for Surrey County Council staff. Surrey County Council is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. We want to be an inclusive and diverse employer of first choice reflecting the community we serve and particularly welcome applications from all under represented groups. An enhanced DBS 'Disclosure and Barring Service' check for regulated activity (formerly known as CRB) and the Children's and Adults' Barred List checks will be required for this role. About the Role Do you see yourself as a positive role model who can interact with young people on multiple levels? Do you think you can empower young people to make positive life changes? Are you looking for a challenge? Surrey Residential Homes accommodate children up to 18 years of age. All of our homes are inspected regularly by OFSTED and most have been judged as either 'Good', 'Outstanding' or are working towards this. Therefore we are very proud of the quality of our residential services for children in Surrey. We have invested in our homes and staff and plan to continue to do this, in order to achieve a service that is ambitious, innovative and responsive to the needs of young people in our care. Holland Close looks after 2 young people usually aged between 10-16 years old on admission for young people in crisis who have experienced challenging and traumatic life events. Holland Close offers short term safe and stabilising placements, where our young people's immediate needs can be identified and addressed through the process of building meaningful relationships, creating and maintaining child focused routines and boundaries that promote their welfare and support their development. Through the use of Restorative Practice and Promoting Positive Behaviour within in our daily practice, the home aims to develop a holistic understanding of our young people to inform long term care planning. For the this post you won't necessarily need experience of residential work, but will need to demonstrate experience of working with and understanding some of the complex issues many children and young people in care may have. You will need to have empathy and resilience. You will be enthusiastic, reliable and flexible and be prepared to work some unsociable hours, including evenings, weekends, bank holidays and sleep in's. As a Residential Worker you will: Participate in the design, implementation and monitoring of care plans for individual children Maintain good communications and continuity of work practice within the home through attendance at, and contribution to regular team meetings Undertake responsibility for individual children/young people in accordance with linkworker/keyworker responsibility Engage actively in collaboration with others in the residential service in the development of effective practice for the care and containment of young people with challenging behaviour and complex needs be required to achieve a level 3 NVQ/Diploma qualification within 2 years of your start date in this role To be shortlisted to interview your application will clearly evidence: Knowledge of child development Ability and preparedness to recognise and deal appropriately with conflict Awareness of the existence and effects of social disadvantage and discrimination Aspirations to "make a difference" and a view to practice in a restorative way A positive, adaptable, confident, resilient and self-aware approach to work A committed and flexible attitude This is a challenging and rewarding role that requires compassion, self-awareness, maturity and humour. Contact Details For an informal discussion contact Emma Kamdar-Scarr on or by e-mail. How to apply Please find attached at the bottom of this advert the full job description. Please note to be considered for this position you will need to evidence in your application how you meet the requirements of the role you are applying for. Additional Information The job advert closes at 23:59 on 11 November 2018. If shortlisted for interview, you will be invited for an informal visit to the home prior to a group interview on 19 November 2018 and a formal interview on20 November 2018.
Surrey County Council Knaphill, Woking, UK
Oct 20, 2018
Job Details £15,701.51 per annum for working 35 hours per week, for 38.8 weeks per year. Working 7.00 hours per day, Monday to Friday. Based at Pyrford C of E School Coldhabour Road Pyrford Woking GU22 8SP. An enhanced DBS 'Disclosure and Barring Service' check for regulated activity (formerly known as CRB) and the Children's and Adults' Barred List checks will be required for this role. Local government salary-related pension offered, discounted child care vouchers as well as the option to join the car lease scheme. For more information, please visit About the Role Do you have experience of working in catering? Do you have the skills required to run a busy kitchen? Need a position that fits in with school holidays? Then look no further as we have the right position for you! Be part of our friendly catering team at Pyrford C of E School, where you can be at the forefront in providing healthy school lunches for the children. We offer the opportunity for you to gain, build and develop your current supervisory and management skills, whilst offering further options to work towards a Level 3 qualification in Food Hygiene. The ideal person for this position will have a great attitude to working in a team, experience of prepping, cooking and service of meals in addition to ordering supplies. About the Team - The Pyrford catering team consists of a Caterer, 2 Cooks and 4 Catering Assistants. Working collectively as one team they take pride in the quality of the food provided. Additional Information The vacancy closes at 23:59 on 1st November 2018 Interview dates are to be confirmed. Equal Opportunities Our values are what support our vision, shape the culture and are crucial in delivering our corporate strategy. For more information about our values and behaviours please follow this link.
Surrey County Council Knaphill, Woking, UK
Oct 20, 2018
Job Details Join our expanding school SLT service! We are innovative, supportive, passionate, and outcome focused, and have an exciting new post a for Specialist Speech and Language Therapist (NHS Band 6 equivalent) working with an ASD client group at Freemantles School. More information about Freemantles is available on the website: http: Are you looking for a speech and language therapy role with excellent supervision and development opportunities? We can offer you: A competitive starting salary of £30,904 per annum (Actual salary for 36 hours per week, 42 weeks per year) Clinical supervision and ongoing CPD opportunities Regular peer and line management support Opportunities to work across mainstream, special schools and centres We have an internal social media tool (JIVE SLT ) that allows therapists instant access to someone with the skills and experience to answer any clinical queries whilst out and about and to share good practice/ research/ news This post sits within the North West Quadrant: Woking, Runnymede and Surrey Heath (base: Quadrant Court, 35 Guildford Road, Woking GU22 7QQ) All therapy staff are provided a laptop and mobile phone to allow flexible working. Local government salary-related pension offered, discounted child care vouchers as well as the option to join the car lease scheme. For more information, please visit MyBenefits for Surrey County Council staff . An enhanced DBS 'Disclosure and Barring Service' check for regulated activity (formerly known as CRB) and the Children's and Adults' Barred List checks will be required for this role. Surrey County Council is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. We want to be an inclusive and diverse employer of first choice reflecting the community we serve and particularly welcome applications from all under represented groups. About the Role The School aged Speech and Language Therapy Service is part of Surrey County Council's Local offer to support the Special Educational Needs and Disabilities of children and young people within mainstream schools and specialist provisions across Surrey. The Service is part of the Vulnerable Learners Team in Surrey Children, Schools and Families Directorate and as such works collaboratively with other teams such as educational psychology, learning and language support, REMA and Behaviour Support. The structure of the Speech and Language Therapy Service is shown below: •Speech and Language Therapy Manager •Speech and Language Therapy Clinical Team Leads •Highly Specialist Speech and Language Therapists •Specialist Speech and Language Therapists •Speech and Language Therapists •Speech and Language Therapy Assistants The main function and aim of the service is for children and young people in schools with speech, language and communication needs (SLCN) to receive the right support at the right time. This is achieved through assessment and intervention, equipping families and professionals with the skills and resources to work together to help and support children with SLCN. We work both with children and young people with EHCPs and those at SEN support. In order to achieve these aims the service is based on the Balance model of offering universal, targeted and specialist support for families, the school environment, the school workforce, assessment and intervention This is a great opportunity to join the expanding SLT Team at Freemantles School in Woking. Freemantles is an Outstanding Surrey County Council School for children and young people with complex social communication needs. The school age range is from 4-19 years and has a wide catchment area across the West of Surrey. You would join a highly specialist speech therapist (Surrey Banding PS10/NHS Banding 7) who leads the team at Freemantles, a developing therapist (Surrey Banding PS8 / NHS Banding 5), and a speech and language therapy assistant (Surrey Banding PS5 / NHS Banding 3. The SLT Team is a valued part of the school and pride themselves on working collaboratively with the school leadership team to set the vision for developing communication in the school. This is currently a role for 4 days and the role will also include 1 day in either supporting our mainstream schools, or in one of our centres attached to a mainstream school. Your main duties in the role of Specialist Speech and Language Therapist will include but not be limited to: •Clinical decision making in conjunction with school staff around the level of support needed to achieve the best possible outcome for the children on your defined caseload. •Providing support, training and shadowing opportunities to more junior colleagues. You will be required to formally line manage a junior member of the team. •Working with speech and language therapy assistants and will involve setting targets for the children and young people they are supporting and monitoring of the delivery and outcomes of their work. To be shortlisted to interview for this position your application will clearly evidence: •2 years experience working as a Speech and Language Therapist •Experience in working with an ASD client group, and appropriate formal and informal training in evidence based approaches used with as ASD client group •Flexibility to adapt both clinical approach and communication style in order to ensure that therapy inputs and outcomes are functional and client centred •A BSc (Hons) degree or equivalent in Speech and Language Therapy •Registered Member of the Health and Care Professions Council •Registered Member of the Royal College of Speech and Language Therapists Additional Information The job advert closes at 23:59 on 4th November 2018. Interviews dates to be confirmed. For more information please find attached to the bottom of this advert a full job description and person specification. We look forward to receiving your application. Values and Behaviours Our values are what support our vision, shape the culture and are crucial in delivering our corporate strategy. For more information about our values and behaviours please follow this link.
Surrey County Council Woking, UK
Oct 20, 2018
Full time
£9,854.13 per annum for working 25 hours per week, for 38.4 weeks per year. Working 5.00 hours per day, Monday to Friday. Based at The Dawnay School, Griffin Way, Great Bookham, Leatherhead, KT23 4JJ An enhanced DBS 'Disclosure and Barring Service' check for regulated activity (formerly known as CRB) and the Children's and Adults' Barred List checks will be required for this role. Local government salary-related pension offered, as well as the option to join the car lease scheme. For more information, please visit About the Role Do you have experience of working in catering? Do you have the skills required to run a busy kitchen? Need a position that fits in with school holidays? Then look no further as we have the right position for you! Be part of our friendly catering team at The Dawnay School, where you can be at the forefront in providing healthy school lunches for the children. We offer the opportunity for you to gain, build and develop your current supervisory and management skills, whilst offering further options to work towards a Level 3 qualification in Food Hygiene. The ideal person for this position will have a great attitude to working in a team, experience of prepping, cooking and service of meals in addition to ordering supplies. About the Team - The Dawnay catering team consists of a Caterer, 1 Cook and 2 Catering Assistants. Working collectively as one team they take pride in the quality of the food provided. Additional Information The vacancy closes at 23:59 on 1st November 2018. Interview dates are to be confirmed.
Surrey County Council Knaphill, Woking, UK
Oct 20, 2018
Job Details £22,233 per annum for 36 hours a week, Monday to Friday, 9am - 5pm based at Quadrant Court (2nd floor), 35 Guildford Road, Woking, GU22 7QQ. 10 months fixed term contract Flexible working supported, 24 days annual leave, local government salary-related pension offered as well as the option to join the car lease scheme. For more information, please visit MyBenefits for Surrey County Council staff. About the Role This fixed term post is set within the Admissions and Transport team, which has overall responsibility for delivering the school admissions service for community and voluntary controlled schools; for overseeing and coordinating the admissions process for own admission authority schools; for assessing home to school transport for mainstream Surrey pupils; and for arranging placement of challenging and vulnerable children under the Fair Access Protocol. The team consists of 24 fte posts and the admin team which provides support to Admission and Transport Officers as well as senior managers in the team. Under the line management of the Senior Admin Officer, you will be required to provide a comprehensive support service to senior managers within the Admissions and Transport team and to support the admin team. In order to be shortlisted to interview for this position, your application form should clearly set out how you meet the specific qualifications and/or experience required for the role as detailed in the role profile. For more information please find attached to the bottom of this advert a full job description and person specification. We look forward to receiving your application. Additional Information The job advert closes at 23:59 on Monday 29 October 2018. Interviews will take place during week commencing Wednesday 7 November 2018. Whilst an enhanced DBS clearance is not required for this post, a basic disclosure is required for a GCSX (Government Connect Secure Extranet) email address. Equal Opportunities Surrey County Council is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. We want to be an inclusive and diverse employer of first choice reflecting the community we serve and particularly welcome applications from all under represented groups. The values below will be crucial in delivering our corporate strategy, and are what we draw on to make a difference for Surrey residents. Listen - We actively listen to others and expect to be listened to. Responsibility - We take responsibility in all that we do at work. Trust - We work to inspire trust and we trust in others. Respect - We are supportive and inclusive and committed to learning from others. Our behaviours are what people experience when they interact. They encompass how we do our work and how we treat other. Be customer focussed - We put the customer at the heart of our work and take responsibility to uphold the customer promise in all that we do. Work as one team - We collaborate with and involve our partners, customers and colleagues, and build strong and lasting relationships based on listening, trust and mutual respect. Make things happen - We plan and deliver our work on time and effectively, making sure we understand the needs and priorities and considering all our options and risks. Communicate with purpose - We communicate clearly to all our stakeholders, making sure that we listen, understand and inform in the process. Be the best we can be - We embrace the need for change and innovation, taking responsibility to improve our services and processes in the right way. Develop ourselves and others - We learn continually, we seek feedback about our own performance and support others to learn.
Surrey County Council 14 Orme Rd, Kingston upon Thames KT1 3SA, UK
Oct 20, 2018
Job Details £29,310 per annum for 36 hours per week based at Surrey County Council, County Hall, Penrhyn, Kingston Upon Thames, KT1 2DN. This position is based inside one of our main area offices, click HERE to see a 360 degree view of the building and surrounding area along with a view of the reception. From flexible working to job sharing (where possible) we are committed to providing a healthy work life balance. You will benefit from 24 days annual leave, rising to 28 days after 2 years' service, a generous local government salary related pension, as well as the option to join our car lease scheme. For more information about the wide variety of benefits you can take advantage of please visit MyBenefits for Surrey County Council staff. Surrey County Council is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. We want to be an inclusive and diverse employer of first choice reflecting the community we serve and particularly welcome applications from all under represented groups. About the Role Orbis is a public sector organisation like no other, it's a partnership between Surrey, East Sussex County Council and Brighton & Hove City Council, with expertise, innovation, and customer-focus at the heart of what we do. Although we're part of the public sector, we bring a unique commercial focus to our pensions administration work, ensuring we provide best value for all our local authority partners. Right now, we administer schemes with 250,000 members across East Sussex and Surrey. We're also making history by working in partnership with four London boroughs. We are developing new member and employer portals, and actively pursuing innovative ways of using technology to provide the best possible service to our scheme members. We are looking for enthusiastic and motivated individuals to join our team. This is a truly unique opportunity to join a ground-breaking organisation that can offer you the chance to grow and develop your career within a forward thinking Team. As a Senior Pensions Officer you will deputise for the Team Leader and supervise the work of team members. You will be involved in the processing and checking of complex pension calculations. You could also be given ad hoc projects to complete. We will expect you to have experience in pensions although not necessarily local government. You will have a strong commitment to customer service and excellent IT skills. To be shortlisted for interview for this position your application will need to clearly evidence Experience in pensions Experience within a customer service environment IT skills 5 GCSE including maths and English or equivalent In this role, you will enjoy the challenge of working in a busy team, have the ability to work flexibly and be able to prioritise workloads to meet challenging deadlines. For our part we will provide staff with an open environment where they feel confident about raising ideas and taking part in shaping our culture and celebrating our success. For more information please find attached to the bottom of this advert a full job profiles for the role. Additional Information The job advert closes at 23:59 on 9th November 2018. Values and Behaviours Our values are what support our vision, shape the culture and are crucial in delivering our corporate strategy. For more information about our values and behaviours please follow this link.