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09-05-2016 12:00 AM BST
Closing date: 22 May 2016

Nottingham City Council are looking to recruit a talented, enthusiastic and experienced Cook Supervisor to supervise our dedicated catering team, who produce outstanding food using the finest and freshest ingredients in the highly challenging environment that is educational catering,

Role requirements will include:

• Supervision and delegation of all work relating to the catering service in the school

• Supervision of hygiene, health and safety in the kitchen and dining room.

• To liaise with the head teacher with regards to the service provided and the needs of the school.

• To help organise special functions as required.

• To undertake all admin work as required including menu planning, ordering, stock control, daily record sheets and reporting repairs.

• To attend meetings as necessary

The Ideal Candidate

• Proven experience in a quality catering environment

• Excellent people skills, able to lead and develop a team

• Passion about food and customer service

• Superb culinary skills

• Strong financial and commercial acumen

• High standards and be quality driven

• Excellent organisational & communication skills

• A 'Can do' attitude

Further details:

This Vacancy is 37 hours per week – 7.30am - 2.30pm, Term time only.

Starting Date: Immediate

For informal enquiries please contact Stacey on 0115 8761723 for an application pack or apply online.

Enhanced DBS Check with Children’s Barring List Check (regulated activity with Children)

Certain Nottingham City Council roles that are advertised carry a Residency Requirement, this means that in order for you to apply for this role you must live within the Nottingham City Council Administrative Boundary.

We have introduced the Residency Requirement because we are striving to achieve a representative workforce that reflects the community we serve. We also feel that by increasing the level of employment amongst those that live within the Nottingham City boundary will enable more local people to become more economically active.

 If you are unsure as to whether you are eligible to apply for this role under this stipulation, you can use the following link to check your address.

 Please note that the Residency Requirement DOES NOT apply to disabled applicants or to young people connected to the Council’s Leaving Care Team or Looked After Team.

09-05-2016 12:00 AM BST
Closing date: 05 June 2016

Are you an experienced Children’s Social Worker?

Nottingham City Council are proud of the positive impact we have on the lives of children and young people in the city and would welcome the opportunity to have an informal chat with you about your breadth of experience as a Children’s Social Worker with the aim of progressing your expression of interest through our fast-track application process.

Nottingham City Council has a number of key priorities we are committed to:

- BEING A LEARNING CITY, promoting a learning culture within its services to ensure practice is informed by a strong evidence base, emerging best practice and learning from Serious Case Reviews

- BUILDING RESILIENCE IN CHILDREN, FAMILIES AND COMMUNITIES, through provision of early help, parenting and family support, targeted and specialist services and to build the capacity to enable families and communities to support one another.  

- SAFEGUARDING  CHILDREN AND YOUNG PEOPLE from harm, abuse and exploitation and support it’s children in care along with their carers

- DEVELOPING HEALTHY MINDS AND RELATIONSHIPS by working with partner agencies to ensure children and young people have the self-esteem, confidence and knowledge to keep themselves safe in their relationships

We are proud of the positive impact we have on the lives of children and young people in the city and want to invite to join our team!

You will hold a recognised Social Work Qualification, (MA, BA (hons) or BSc (hons) Social Work, DipSW, CQSW, CSS) with HCPC registration, have completed your ASYE year and will be experienced in working with children and families.  Proven experience of court work, undertaking in-depth assessments, preparation of high quality reports and presenting them in a formal setting is essential, as is your ability to manage child protection cases.  To be considered for a Level 3 post you should in addition, be able to demonstrate your ability to manage complex, multi-faceted child protection cases.  You will also be able to apply your significant knowledge and practice to guiding, supporting and mentoring other workers.

As a Level 2 you will receive a minimum starting salary of £29,558 (inclusive of temporary market supplement), and as a Level 3 you will receive a minimum salary of £33,857 (inclusive of temporary market supplement).  In addition you will have the benefit from supportive and proactive management and a genuine commitment to you and your career development with a clearly defined career path.  Additionally, we have family friendly policies, a final salary pension scheme and an award winning employee benefits scheme.

You will possess a full driving licence, have access to a vehicle and be willing to travel both inside and outside of the City Council area as required. An enhanced DBS check will also be required.

How to apply:

For an informal chat, please contact Marie Gunning, HR Practice Advisor for Children’s Social Care on 0115 8761401 or e-mail your CV to for initial consideration.

If you wish to apply immediately please click on the ‘Apply Online’ button above. You must indicate in the first line of the Personal Statement section if you are applying for the Level 2 or Level 3 Social Worker Position.

We particularly welcome applications from the black, minority and ethnic communities as we are currently under represented at this level.

06-05-2016 12:00 AM BST
Closing date: 20 May 2016

There are 6 job opportunities available.

Fixed Term – 6 months plus

Nottingham City Council has a number of vacancies for Community Care Officers across Adult Social Care. There are permanent and fixed term contracts available, and full time or part time hours. The roles are based within various teams across the service citywide.


CCOs are responsible for ensuring the delivery of appropriate services to safeguard vulnerable adults and their families, according to their assessed needs. This includes undertaking all levels of assessments, creating and implementing care plans and support services, and case management.

CCOs are expected to work independently, under the general direction of the Team Manager, and to provide support and advice to colleagues.

CCOs work in various teams across Adult Assessment and Provision, which include Social Care, Occupational Therapy and the Shared Lives scheme.


1. Experience of working with adults experiencing a range of difficulties relating to learning disability, mental health, substance misuse and physical health problems.

2. The ability to undertake adult-focused assessments of need within a person centred approach.

3. To have experience of creating and implementing, individually tailored care plans that demonstrate flexibility and innovative use of resources.

4. To have knowledge of direct payments/personal/individual budgets.

For informal enquiries please contact Sophie Joyce on Tel: 0115 876 5535 (

Enhanced DBS Check with Adults Barring List Check (regulated activity with Adults)


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