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HGV Class 2 - Stratford upon Avon
We are currently seeking Class 2 driver/operator for our busy Client based in Stratford upon Avon, CV37.
You will be driving a bin lorry, collecting trade waste.
You will also be required to get out of the LGV vehicle and empty the bins with the loader. There will be a driving assessment and Health and Safety induction.
Must have own safety boots and Hi-VI's
TEMPORARY LEADING TO FULL TIME FOR SUITABLE CANDIDATE
Shift Pattern and hours for Job Role including any weekend work-
DAYSHIFT START TIME ANY TIME BETWEEN 5.00am AND 6.30am MONDAY TO FRIDAY
HGV CLASS 2
Kind Reminder that Corus is offering a new starter driver Bonus of £300 for anyone that starts and completes 6 weeks. Also, we will add £200 if your refer a friend
If you are interested please contact Neelam @ Corus today
HGV 2 Doncaster
Corus are looking for LGV Class 2 to join our team carrying out home deliveries for our prestigious client based in Doncaster DN6
Please contact Neelam @ Corus Consultancy
Are you a Warehouse operative looking for Night work in the TN12 area?
My large Bakery warehouse are looking for Night Warehouse Operatives.
£9.21 P/H Monday - Friday
£10.34 P/H Saturday / Sunday
Must be physically fit.
If you are interested please call Rosie @ Corus today.
A new residential care home for children and young people with autism, multiple learning disabilities, behavioural problems and trauma is set to open in late 2021 and is looking for an experienced Senior Social Pedagogy Practitioner. The home will support up to six 12-18 years old and will have diverse team of practitioners.
This is a permanent, full-time (40h) role, variable shift pattern (early mornings, late evenings, weekends, nights, long days, sleeping-in, bank and school holidays).
It is going to be a family-feel home with an inclusive culture, so you will need to be a good listener and an active participant. Be kind and caring, honest, reliable and good advocate and role model for the children. You will be responsible for safeguarding young people and put their safety and wellbeing first.
Duties and Responsibilities
Establish trusting, empowering relationships with young people and provide practical day to day care for them in a loving and supportive way, which enables their growth and development.
Organise, participate in, and plan shared activities and interests with young people to nurture their wellbeing, learning and growth, including going away on holidays with young people.
Work with each young person to update and follow their care plan to reflect their changing needs and be proactive in working to achieve the aims of their care plan.
Empower young people to learn about their rights, express their views and participate in decisions that affect them, and to listen to them and take their wishes and feelings into account.
Support young people to achieve their educational potential, by working directly with them to support attendance and learning, and with other professionals to ensure they get the support they need.
Take the role of keyworker in relation to individual young people, including overseeing all aspects of their wellbeing, development and care and taking responsibility as the lead point of contact for anybody connected with them.
Proactively seek feedback and ensure effective communication with families and other professionals.
Assist the manager and deputy in managing the referral and assessment process for young people and overseeing keyworking responsibilities within the team.
Communicate effectively and role model best practice to the team to assist in creating a culture based on the Organisation's values and ethos.
Maintain accurate records that are objective and strengths-based in relation to young people.
Ensure records and reports written address the needs of young people and the requirements of Ofsted and partner agencies or other professionals.
Take the role of shift leader, including planning and organising the shift team and daily activities and by being responsible for time management on shift and task completion to ensure an effective handover.
Assist the manager and deputy in leading the staff team to ensure consistent quality of care,
Work flexibly to meet changing demands and be willing to take on new tasks and responsibilities to ensure the safe day to day running of the home.
Take responsibility for ensuring the health and safety of young people, the workforce and visitors to the home by maintaining a clean, safe and welcoming environment.
Assist in the management of rotas and recruitment of staff to maintain appropriate levels of staffing at all times.
Assist the manager and deputy to ensure sound financial management of the budgets, property, equipment and resources of the home and support the staff team to do so.
Safeguard and promote the welfare of the young people living in the home, taking practical steps to ensure their safety.
Be responsible for and support young people's physical health and wellbeing, including helping them access medical services, administering medication or first aid as necessary.
Contribute to the assessment of training needs and development of skills and knowledge across the staff team.
Participate in regular individual supervision, performance appraisal and reflective practice to continuously develop your knowledge and skills.
Successfully complete all required training and be willing and capable to study and achieve Level 5 or 7 Diploma in Social Pedagogy.
Be willing and capable to successfully complete training in the use of physical intervention and restraint with young people and prepared to use these techniques as a last resort to keep young people safe when needed.
Minimum 18 months experience of working with young people or vulnerable groups in a residential setting.
Knowledge and experience of child protection and safeguarding.
Knowledge of the regulatory and inspection framework for children's homes.
Qualification in Social Pedagogy or knowledge of the theory and practice or other relevant qualification e.g. Level 3 or 5 diploma residential childcare, youth work, education, social work.
Experience of supervising staff in residential child or youth care or working with young people in care.
Knowledge of adolescent mental health and therapeutic approaches including trauma-informed practice.
Knowledge of child and adolescent development.
Willingness and ability to achieve Level 5 or 7 Diploma in Social Pedagogy with Children and Young People and all requirements of Level 3 Diploma in Residential Child Care
The ability to commit to a variable shift pattern including early mornings, late evenings, weekends, nights, long days, sleeping-in, bank and school holidays and lone working.
Please don't hesitate to get in touch for more information and to apply!
Social Care Jobs
A new residential care home for children and young people with autism, multiple learning disabilities, behavioural problems and trauma is set to open in late 2021 and is looking for experienced Social Pedagogy Practitioners. The home will support up to six 12-18 years olds and will have diverse team of practitioners. This is a permanent, full-time (40h) role, variable shift pattern (early mornings, late evenings, weekends, nights, long days, sleeping-in, bank and school holidays).
Organise, participate in, and plan shared activities and interests with young people to nurture their wellbeing, learning and growth.
Work with each young person to update and follow their care plan.
Empower young people to learn about their rights, express their views and participate in decisions that affect them.
Support young people to achieve their educational potential, by working directly with them to support attendance and learning.
Take the role of keyworker in relation to individual young people, including overseeing all aspects of their wellbeing, development and care and taking responsibility as the lead point of contact for anybody connected with.
Work in partnership with the families of young people, wherever possible, to strengthen their relationships and involvement.
Build and grow effective multi-agency relationships with those providing services and support for young people and advocate on their behalf when needed.
Encourage young people to fully participate in society by developing links with the local community and expand their social network.
Take the role of shift leader, including planning and organising the shift team and daily activities and being responsible for time management on shift and task completion to ensure an effective handover.
Work effectively as part of a team to ensure consistent quality of care, including participating in team meetings, reflective practice, preparation for inspections and learning and development activities.
Take responsibility for ensuring the health and safety of young people.
Safeguard and promote the welfare of the young people living in the home, taking practical steps to ensure their safety
Desirable qualification in Social Pedagogy or knowledge of the theory and practice or other relevant qualification e.g. residential childcare, youth work, education, social work.
Experience in residential child or youth care or working with young people in care with emotional and behavioural issues or who face social exclusion.
Understanding of how to keep young people safe and protect them from abuse, neglect, exploitation or other types of harm.
The ability to behave as a role model, make ethical decisions and take responsibility for ensuring young people's care, needs and rights take priority.
Willingness and ability to achieve Level 5 or 7 Diploma in Social Pedagogy with Children and Young People and all requirements of Level 3 Diploma in Residential Child Care.
Please get in touch for more information and to apply!
My client in SE15 are looking for Dustcart drivers to join there waste company on a permanent basis.
Experience required but not desirable
Collecting Commercial / residential waste
Monday - Friday
Time and a half Weekend rate if needed.
Early morning starts.
If you are interested please call Rosie @ Corus today
Corus are looking for Recycle operative/ Driver based in the Somerset area.
Our client is looking for 3.5 drivers and Loaders to join them
As a recycling operative you will be required to:
Shifts start at 6.30am- 15.30pm
Pay rate: £11.08 p/h
If you feel this role is best suited for you contact
A new residential care home for children and young people with autism, multiple learning disabilities, behavioural problems and trauma is set to open in late 2021 and is looking for an experienced Children's Home Deputy Manager. The home will support up to six 12-18 years old and will have diverse team of practitioners.This is a permanent, full-time position (40h) with flexible working hours.
Roles and Responsibilities:
Establish trusting, empowering relationships with young people, support the staff team to do the same, and provide practical day to day care to enable their growth and development.
Safeguard young people from risks to their health, welfare and development, inside and outside the home.
Ensure that young people are listened to and children's rights and participation are integral to care planning.
Manage each key stage in the stay of young people, from referral and admission to leaving the home.
Ensure that young people's individual needs and preferences are understood and followed by the staff team.
Participate in the development, implementation and monitoring of individual young people's care and placement plans.
Support young people to achieve their educational potential, by working with the staff team to support attendance and learning.
Supporting the manager in leading a team of social pedagogy practitioners to ensure consistent quality of care.
Ensure written records and reports address the needs of young people and the requirements of Ofsted and partner agencies or other professionals.
Assist in the efficient and effective deployment of staff to ensure adequate cover at all times.
Oversee the financial management of the Group's homes in line with the organisation's policies and ensure that services deliver within budget and margin.
Build and grow effective multi-agency relationships with those providing services and support for young people and advocate on their behalf.
Communicate effectively with all other professionals and agencies.
Assist the Registered Manager to recruit, coach, motivate and develop a staff team including.
Ensure that all staff successfully complete all required training and level 5 or 7 in the Diploma in Social Pedagogy.
Manage staff performance through regular appraisals and reflections and monitor the performance and impact of the home.
Regularly attend supervision with your line manager.
Uphold and promote the Group's equality and diversity policy and proactively challenge discriminatory practice.
Oversee the management of operational risk ensuring good management of health and safety and safeguarding.
Ensure that contractual and operational risks are effectively and transparently assessed and managed.
Develop and maintain local commissioner and stakeholder relationships and networks.
Work with the Director and Development team to create and develop new bids and retenders.
Work collaboratively with national and regional colleagues.
Take part in a shift system for some of your working time, which will include some evening and weekend working.
Take part in providing on-call management support to the home outside of office hours.
Carry out such other relevant duties, as may be required and as are commensurate with the nature and level of the post.
A relevant level 4 or 5 qualification in children's residential social care management or willing to work to achieve this (level 3 diploma holders).
A minimum of 2 years' recent experience of managing and supervising staff in children's social care and working in a residential setting.
Sound working knowledge of child protection and safeguarding.
Working knowledge of the law, regulations and best practice in relation to looked after children and children's homes.
An understanding of issues of power, discrimination and equality and how to address these in practice.
Knowledge of social pedagogy theory and practice.
Knowledge of child and adolescent development including the impact of trauma and mental health issues.
Experience of leading, engaging and motivating staff in a challenging organisational environment.
Experience of planning, development and delivery of people-based services.
Experience of managing diverse budget lines and achieving financial planning.
Experience of delivering innovation in a new or established organisation.
Experience of working in partnership with commissioners and funders to deliver high quality services.
A track record of developing and using relevant management information/quality systems.
An understanding of employment and health and safety matters necessary to the effective and safe delivery of services.
Ability to assess and balance risks and issues facing young people in care and their families, with opportunities for learning and growth.
Ability to support the manager in creating a compelling vision for staff and successfully manage and communicate change.
Ability to develop systems, processes and workflows to support effective, high performance service delivery.
Ability to deputise for the Registered Manager as necessary.
Valid enhanced DBS registered with the online update service.
A driving licence.
Please get in touch!
Waking Nights Children Support Worker
This position will be on an on-going basis, you will be providing a secure, stable, and supportive environment for children and young people in a residential setting. This is to ensure that they will be living safely and working towards achieving their full potential. The age range of the residents are between 8 to 18 years old.
Job Type: On-Going Basis
Hours: 4 nights per week, 22.30 pm - 8.00 am, then 4 nights off.
Start Date: ASAP
We are looking for a kind, caring and compassionate Waking Nights Children Support Worker to work in a residential setting in the Derbyshire area. If you feel that you have the relevant experience and will be the right fit for the position, apply now.
A rehabilitation centre in Surrey is looking for a Band 6 Physiotherapist to join their team. You will be responsible for providing a comprehensive specialist physiotherapy service to patients requiring neuro-rehabilitation. This is a permanent, full-time position.
To work within professional standards and clinical guidelines, promote best practice and to undertake all aspects of clinical duties as an autonomous practitioner including assessing and treating own caseload of patients/clients and maintaining professional documentation.
Build up and maintain key relationships with referring embassies, including GPs, acute providers and insurance companies to ensure appropriate referrals and an understanding of the role of the Physiotherapy and the multi-professional team.
Be responsible for the supervision of rehabilitation assistants and Physiotherapy students.
Support self and service development through active participation in Continuing Professional Development (CPD) and by participating in any audit or research being undertaken by the service.
Undertake specialised uni-professional and multi-professional assessments.
To develop and implement treatment plans for clients referred to the neurology services. These clients will present with a variety of complex multi-pathologies within specialist areas, including neurological conditions, musculoskeletal conditions, age related disorders, learning disability and/or mental health diagnoses.
To communicate relevant medical information, assessment details, advice and recommendations across agencies and with clients in compliance with the organisation guidelines for sharing of information and informed consent.
These agencies include General Practitioners, Social Services, healthcare professionals, voluntary agencies, embassies and insurance companies.
Be responsible for gaining valid, informed consent for assessment, treatment interventions and sharing of information in compliance with legal and professional guidelines.
To be able to interpret and follow these guidelines in circumstances where clients do not have capacity to provide informed consent.
Have working knowledge of clinical guidelines specific to the area you are working in and, with the guidance of your supervisor, to translate these guidelines into clinical practice.
Perform uni-professional and multi-professional specialist assessments and re-assessments of treatment programmes using evidence-based outcome measures and in accordance with CSP Guidelines.
Following specialist assessment, to use advanced clinical reasoning, analysis, assessment and re-assessment skills and using a client-centred goal setting approach, to develop and provide individual physiotherapy treatments and programmes for clients.
Demonstrate compassion, empathy and sensitivity towards clients who may have complex emotional and physical conditions such as fear of falling, anxiety, pain and other physical, psychological and social concerns or when delivering unwelcome news around their condition or rehabilitation prognosis.
Comply with local risk assessments when dealing with complex clients with challenging behavioral needs and high risk environments.
Be responsible for organising and prioritising own caseload to meet service needs and to communicate with your supervisor if the service needs cannot be met.
Prescribe appropriate equipment, to clients in order to maximise their independence.
Ensure appropriate programmes for safe communication are in place for example splinting regimes and seating out regimes.
Be responsible for the safe storage and safe moving and handling of equipment.
Work closely with other members of the multi-professional team e.g. Occupational Therapists, Speech and Language Therapists, Podiatrists, Pharmacists, Care Managers and Psychologists to provide a comprehensive, seamless service aiming to improve and maintain functional physical health for clients using the service.
Work as a lone practitioner, within the guidelines of the Lone Working Policy, when performing home visits.
Identify clients who need support from outside agencies, using clinical reasoning and analysis skills. To liaise with, and to refer clients to these services.
Location: Wakefield WF9
Hourly Rate: £8.91
Our client is one of the UK's largest Trade Waste Recycling Company, they are looking for candidates who are reliable and have a good work ethic.
This will be ongoing work
Various Shifts available Monday - Friday 7am-7pm
The company are holding an induction for this position this week.
Would be ideal to travel to this site by bike or car.
If you think that you are a perfect candidate for this role, contact Neelam @ Corus Consultancy today
We are looking for a level 3 Nursery Nurse and Nursery Room leader who has experience and a passion for working with children aged 3 months to 2 years in a private nursery.
Warehouse Operative MK12
Location: Milton Keynes - MK12
Our client is one of the UK's largest Packing & Distribution Centre who are now looking for Warehouse Operative to assist at their busy depot in Milton Keynes.
My client is looking for experienced warehouse workers to work in a fast paced, busy warehouse. Manual Handling and light Lifting up to 25kg
Duties to Include but not limited to;
Departments include Small Parcels, Damaged Items and Coding
Must be prepared to work under pressure and Physically fit.
Candidates should be reliable and have a good work ethic.
Hemel Hempstead - HGV 2
An exciting new opportunity for Newly Passed or Experienced LGV drivers has become available to work and delivery to a Leading UK Carpet Manufacture
Class 2 Drivers Required
Delivering to High Street retailer's
Shifts organised between 06:00-16:00
7 out of 7 days on going work
£13ph/£14.00ph Mon - Fri
Training provided, Induction and Assessment, Paid Halfday
If you are interested please contact Neelam @ Corus today
Young Adult Support Worker
Hours: Flexible - Shifts range from a half shift (6 Hours) to long days (15hrs) & sleep ins to waking nights
Location: West Midlands
We are looking for a kind, caring and compassionate Young Adult Support Worker to work in a residential setting in the West Midlands area. If you feel that you have the relevant experience and will be the right fit for the position, apply now.
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