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11-05-2016 12:00 AM BST
Closing date: 25 May 2016

2 posts available  - 1 Full time 37 hours 1 Part time 18.5 hours

To provide advice, triage and co-ordinate information to enable decision making and risk management on behalf of citizens requesting / requiring access to social care and health services, and to navigate citizens through to the right services based on an assessment of their needs.
To assist in the delivery of an efficient and effective referral service for vulnerable adults sometimes with complex needs and/or difficult and unpredictable situations. Having a good understanding of the variety of services that are available to meet the individual’s needs.

ESSENTIAL REQUIREMENTS:

1. Knowledge of, or ability to learn about, all core and specialist services and their criteria in order to triage and signpost all calls appropriately in a timely and efficient manner.
2. Excellent communication skills; over the phone or face to face, with the ability to deal with potentially aggressive, emotional and challenging behaviours, including listening and writing skills.
3. Ability to work with a degree of independence to analyse, prioritise, organise and delegate workload in order to co-ordinate appropriate care packages, manage risk and urgency and meet deadlines linking in with senior colleagues and specialist services to enable relevant outcomes.
4. Ability to work alongside clinicians and professional support in order to assess risk and manage complex situations which may involve safeguarding and risk management.

HSC Officers are responsible for assessing and providing advice to citizens at the point of contact and liaising with other teams and professionals in order to navigate citizens through to the correct service. This is a good opportunity to gain experience in the Social Care sector, and would be ideal for someone who would be keen to get into further Social Work roles as there is a lot of telephone contact with citizens and citizen groups. HSC Officers will complete telephone assessments and will need to analyse information in order to prioritise cases and determine which team or service would be appropriate.  There is one full time and one part time vacancy. Both of these roles are within the Nottingham Health and Care Point, which is a triage service and is based at Aspect House.

Informal enquires please contact Sophie Joyce Tel: 0115 8765535 or Email sophie.joyce@nottinghamcity.gov.uk  

This post is subject to an enhanced DBS check for regulated activity with Adults

11-05-2016 12:00 AM BST
Closing date: 19 May 2016

 Lead Practitioner Science Required for 26th August 2016 Salary negotiable, on the leadership pay spine

King Edward VII Science and Sport College (a single convertor Academy) are seeking to recruit a highly motivated teacher to join our Science Faculty commencing 26th August 2016.

As either an existing or aspiring Lead Practitioner, you will be a consistently outstanding teacher and will be able to demonstrate experience of implementing successful teaching and learning initiatives.

We are happy to consider more experienced candidates or an exceptional candidate in the early stages of their career. Your energy, passion and drive will ensure all students achieve their ‘personal best’. Assisting the Head of Faculty, you will work with other lead practitioners to quality assure and develop the very best quality teaching and learning to further raise standards.

Our ideal candidate will have excellent interpersonal skills and preferably the experience of mentoring and delivering training sessions based on up-to-date knowledge of current research of teaching, learning and assessment.

As an innovative practitioner, you will also play a lead role in developing creative, engaging and challenging curricula for science GCSEs, AS/A-level specifications and work to ensure that students in all year groups make progress and develop sufficient subject rigour to meet the demands of public examinations.

You will be an effective team member whose input will contribute to the further development of a well-established, supportive and enthusiastic team.

The successful candidate will have the opportunity to teach all areas of the science curriculum, with a special focus on their specialism when delivering KS5.

Application forms and further details are available directly from our website:

www.kinged.org.uk  or can be requested form School office Tel: 01530 834925 Fax: 01530 832268 Email: lnewton@kinged.org.uk

Pleasde return the completed application form to school before 1pm on Thursday 19th May 2016.

The successful candidate will have to meet the requirements of the personnel specification and will be subject to an enhanced DBS check.

King Edward VII Science and Sport College is committed to the protection and safety of its students.

11-05-2016 12:00 AM BST
Closing date: 25 May 2016

To support the management of the Children In Care Placement Team, ensuring children are placed in appropriate placements that are good quality & value for money.

To lead the review and publication of the Nottingham City Council Children in Care Sufficiency and Commissioning Strategy, undertaking thorough needs analysis & market development work for fostering, residential & semi-independent provision.

ESSENTIAL REQUIREMENTS:

1. Work with providers of residential, fostering & semi-independent provision to develop sufficiency, quality and choice within the market.

2. Support the creation of new models of care provision by engaging providers, partners and citizens in discussion and development sessions.

3. Implement a programme of Contract Management, for commissioned placements for Children In Care.

4. Ensure contract compliance with local and national quality standards, promoting value for money and clear commissioning expectations for all placements of children in care.

For informal enquiries please contact Anne Partington on Tel: 07949185399 or email: anne.partington@nottinghamcity.gov.uk

The post-holder will work 8.30am - 5pm with occasional requirements to work beyond this time in emergencies.

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

11-05-2016 12:00 AM BST
Closing date: 25 May 2016

Fleet Services are looking for a Mot tester to join our team

1. To carry out all classes of Mot tests which Nottingham City Council are approved to do, taxi and private hire tests to a high standard.

2. Maintain the highest quality of customer service.

3. To maintain, inspect, repair and test the City Councils and external customers’ vehicles and/or plant and equipment to prescribed standards in accordance with the Drivers, Vehicle and Standards Agency (DVSA), manufacturers and Council procedures.

4. To complete Taxi testing – under the Council’s approve supplementary Manual – enforcing safety and operating standards, then issuing a “Certificate of Compliance” equal to in-terms of legality of a MOT, under the City of Nottingham Licencing conditions.

ESSENTIAL REQUIREMENTS:      

• Experienced MOT tester

• Effectively manage time and meet deadlines.

Qualifications required:

• City & Guilds level 3, NVQ or equivalent.

• Qualified to DVSA standards for MOT class 4 & 7 inspections.

• Full driving Licence with category B entitlement.

• D/C/E licence – Desirable

Possible work at our Woolsthorpe Depot. Normal working day 07:00- 1500hrs- although some shifts may need covering until 18:00

For informal enquiries please contact Chris Chambers on Tel: 0115 8761819 (chris.chambers@nottinghamcity.gov.uk)


 

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