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Public Health Data and Admin Assistant (Ref. 1642)

  • Devon
  • Full Time
  • £20,092 - £22,183 per annum

An exciting opportunity has arisen in the Public Health Intelligence team. We are looking to recruit a Public Health Data and Admin Assistant. This post will support the Public Health Intelligence team by providing all aspects of data and project administrative support for COVID-19 and other Public Health Intelligence workstreams.   What we can offer you: Working for Devon County Council has all the benefits that you can expect from as large employer. In return for the vital contribution that you make, we offer: 24.5 days annual leave per year (rising with length of service) plus Bank Holidays Membership of the Local Government Pension Scheme – more information can be found on the Peninsula Pensions website Access to our confidential Employee Assistant Programme – available 24/7 to support you with personal and work life Flexible working opportunities, including home-working (subject to the needs of the role) Discounts from local and high street retailers through the Devon Discounts scheme   To arrange an informal conversation, please contact Maria Moloney-Lucey on 01392 383000 or maria.moloney-lucey@devon.gov.uk   CLICK HERE to view the job description and to apply!
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Deputy Designated Safeguarding Lead - Paignton Academy (Bay Education Trust)

  • Devon
  • Part Time/Term Time
  • Grade G, Point Range 18 – 23: starting point 18 - £20,164 per annum, (£24,982 - £27,741 FTE), dependent on length of service

11-16 Comprehensive NOR 1460 Required to start 4th January 2022. The Academy wishes to appoint a Deputy Designated Safeguarding Lead to support our Senior Deputy Designated Safeguarding Lead and ensure safeguarding procedures are maintained to the highest standards at the Academy. The appointed person will assist the Senior Deputy Designated Safeguarding Lead to oversee Safeguarding and Child Protection. This will include referrals to the Torbay Multi Safeguarding Hub (MASH); maintaining accurate records of students who are on Child Protection Plans or Children in Need; attending a range of professional meetings; liaising with outside agencies and promoting the general welfare and safety of students across the Academy. The ideal candidate should have a positive ‘can do approach’, excellent communication skills, be tolerant, resilient, flexible and have a capacity to work under pressure. They will be well organised and have good time management skills, an excellent telephone manner and proficient in the use of ICT. Experience and knowledge of safeguarding would be beneficial. The Academy is committed to professional development and will ensure the successful candidate is fully inducted, supported and qualified to successfully fulfill the role. The Academy is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff to share this commitment. A DBS Enhanced Disclosure is required for this post. For further details and an application form, please visit www.bayeducationtrust.org or alternatively contact the Personnel Officer at Bay Education Trust on 01803 393809. Applications should be sent to Personnel Department by 12 noon on Wednesday 8th December 2021 (relevant email address can be found on the Bay Education Trust website).  
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School Administrator (SEND) - The Outdoors Group

  • Devon
  • Part Time/Term Time
  • £19,000 – £23,000 per annum pro rata (dependent on skills and experience)

Location: The Outdoors School, Exeter site (will also be required to travel between sites) Required to start January 2022. The Outdoors Group School is an Independent Special School that is based solely outside in a woodland setting for learners with SEMH and ASD needs. We believe in developing the whole learner not just their academic ability. We use a project-based method, allowing the learner to be completely autonomous, whilst contributing to a well-rounded education based on skills for lifelong learning and personal development. The school caters for KS2, KS3 and KS4 learners (ages 7-16) and aims to provide a space for learners to develop skillsets and a growth mindset that they have been unable to in previous settings. We work closely with learners’ support networks, both professional and familial and try to create a holistic and engaging place for learners to grow. The Outdoors School opened in September 2019 and due to its successes, we are increasing learner numbers and adding extra sites and therefore looking for more people to join our team. We are looking for a SEND Administrator, who will work closely with the SEND team, to undertake a range of administrative duties to support the Inclusion/SEN department to deliver a consistent, high quality, integrated and seamless service. This is an exciting and diverse role working with some of the hardest to reach learners to help build and develop community engagement. For further information and to apply please click here. Closing Date: 10th December 2021
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