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To champion the achievement of the Statement of Purpose's objectives, stepping in to support the Registered Manager whenever needed. Assume the role of deputy in the absence of the Registered Manager. Lead and guide staff to ensure the complete fulfilment of children and young people's needs. Interact directly with children and young individuals as appropriate, fostering meaningful connections. Take the lead in handling child protection concerns and addressing complaints effectively. Collaborate closely with fellow professionals to drive optimal outcomes for young people. Offer guidance and support to staff in alignment with rigorous Quality Standards. Champion equal entitlement for all young people to have their needs met equitably and justly. As the Deputy Manager, spearhead the advocacy for equal opportunities and boldly address any discriminatory behaviour or practices targeting young people or colleagues, regardless of race, religion, disability, age, gender, sexual orientation, or any other perceived difference.

Main Responsibilities 

  • Ensuring each young person is assigned a dedicated key worker
  • Ensuring all staff members are briefed on each child's relevant plans and their corresponding responsibilities for execution
  • Maintaining precise written records for information tracking and facilitating regular monitoring and evaluation
  • Providing managerial oversight and guidance regarding staff duties and obligations
  • Taking charge of shift planning and ensuring smooth operations during duty hours
  • Effectively managing budgets and meticulously monitoring financial usage, including petty cash returns and staff attendance records
  • Addressing all administrative matters within the Home and delivering weekly management information reports
  • Assisting the Registered Manager in implementing all facets of the Statement of Purpose
  • Performing all other reasonable tasks as instructed by the Registered Manager

Requirements 

  • Diploma L3 Residential Childcare (or equivalent)
  • Secondary education with a good standard of literacy and numeracy
  • Knowledge of CHR 2015 and the QS
  • Ability to motivate and enthuse staff
  • Knowledge of the Children Act and other relevant legislation
  • 12 months relevant supervisory experience
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An exciting opportunity awaits a talented graduate in performing arts to provide administrative support to renowned music and drama departments within a prestigious organiastion. In the role  Performing Arts - Administrative Assistant, you'll be instrumental in ensuring seamless operations and supporting extracurricular initiatives.


Main Responsibilities

  • Coordinating extracurricular events, outings, and artist residencies, with occasional participation
  • Supervising inventory of sheet music and musical instruments for the music department
  • Creating promotional materials for performances
  • Assisting with filming and recording of exam submissions and extracurricular events
  • Providing technical support to the drama department
  • Seeking a candidate with extensive knowledge in music and drama, as well as outstanding communication and organizational skills


Requirements

  • University degree in performing arts or similar.
  • An individual boasting a multifaceted expertise spanning the realms of both music and drama.
  • Robust communication and organizational prowess, ensuring seamless collaboration and execution of projects.
  • A confident individual inspiring those around you to reach new heights of creativity and excellence.
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Collaborate with the Director of Development & Community and Head of Fundraising to strategise, create, and execute the Trust's legacy and 'in memory' fundraising strategies within the fundraising team. The Trust aims to establish a dependable legacy pipeline, enhancing legacy income to further support the achievement of our conservation objectives. Collaborate with the Donor Relationship Manager to strategise, develop, and implement a major donor program within the fundraising team. This role marks a new addition to the team, offering the chance to grow the Trust's revenue streams. You will be tasked with fostering and preserving connections with supporters, seeking donations from notable contributors and potential benefactors, and ensuring their commitment to nature conservation is acknowledged and respected.


Main Responsibilities 

  • Assist the Director of Development and Community in crafting and executing our legacy fundraising strategies within the fundraising team
  • Advocate for our complimentary online will writing service and collaborate with our partners on promotional campaigns
  • Coordinate and execute events and site visits to engage and educate our supporters
  • Ensure timely and appropriate acknowledgment of all memorial donations

Requirements 

  • Proficient in providing exceptional customer service and cultivating strong donor connections
  • Strong educational background, either through professional qualifications or extensive equivalent experience
  • Exceptional communication, interpersonal, and diplomatic skills
  • Capable of fostering robust relationships with individuals to enhance voluntary income streams
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Company and Role Overview 

To offer technical administrative support to the Private Client Director and Private Client Adviser within a successful team, while closely collaborating with the Senior Private Client Administrator. This dynamic position involves assisting the Private Client Director in delivering exceptional holistic financial planning services to both new and established clients. It is ideal for a self-motivated and experienced IFA administrator who thrives on proactive and collaborative work within a small team. The role presents an excellent opportunity for a candidate who is either partially or fully Diploma qualified and has aspirations to progress into a technical paraplanning role in the medium term. The right candidate will have access to our internal paraplanner training program.
 

Responsibilities 

  • Get ready for and participate in client meetings as needed, making thorough written records and handling any administrative or technical tasks afterward
  • Address intricate and technical client inquiries under the guidance of the Private Client Director
  • Maintain precise client records in internal systems (iO and Volume), encompassing all written and electronic correspondence with clients and providers, as well as meeting notes
  • Address client inquiries promptly and professionally
  • Adhere to risk profiling protocols, documenting risk profile scores in iO and saving profiles to the DMS


Requirements 

  • Possess a minimum of 2 years of experience in the independent sector of the financial services industry, specifically in a pertinent administrative capacity with direct engagement with high-net-worth clients
  • Demonstrate outstanding IT aptitude and written communication abilities, displaying expertise in utilizing Microsoft Office suites
  • Proficiency in Excel would be beneficial
  • Possession of relevant industry qualifications, preferably including at least one R0 exam, would be highly advantageous
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£37,000
Company and role overview –

The individual in this position will primarily manage candidate examination schedules and ensure the precise publication of examination results. Operating within a high-profile, high-risk sector of the College, the role includes assisting the Data and Statistics Manager (DSM) in gathering information to generate reports for crucial stakeholders. This contributes to business improvement efforts and addresses key risk areas.
 

Main responsibilities –
  • Perform all essential preliminary tasks related to online examination reservations, bookings, and revisions of published information before the commencement of each application window
  • Supply data and compile communications to facilitate the prompt resolution of any complaints and issues that may arise during this process
  • Compile examination results for candidates and distribute them to deaneries and relevant parties as needed
  • Foster connections with essential stakeholders and support the Data & Statistics Manager in data-related tasks, including the compilation of data for external partners

Requirements –

  • Possessing education equivalent to at least A level, inclusive of mathematics, statistics, computer science, and/or data analysis/management
  • Demonstrated experience in managing, manipulating, and interpreting substantial volumes of data
  • Demonstrated proficiency in utilizing MS Office applications, specifically Excel, Access, and Word
  • Collaborative team member actively contributing in meetings


 

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Our client is looking for  an organised Education Coordinator to join their team. The individual in this role will play a substantial part in overseeing the administration of critical aspects of the trainee journey. The responsibilities include aiding in the provision of an exceptional trainee experience that aligns with the company and roles requirements.
Main Responsibilities
  • Offering administrative assistance for the Appeals, Appeals Review, and Disciplinary Panels
  • Ensuring effective data management in compliance with GDPR, consistently supplying precise trainee data, addressing inquiries from stakeholders.
  • Supporting trainees and the team with occasional inquiries and operational tasks
  • Addressing online inquiries through CRM
  • Overseeing trainee record systems in Microsoft Dynamics and ensuring data maintenance

Requirements

  • Educational Background - Completed education to GCSE Standard
  • Work Experience in a dynamic office setting
  • Demonstrated ability to uphold confidentiality, handle sensitive matters with tact, diplomacy, and discretion
  • Strong organizational and administrative capabilities, demonstrating proficiency in meeting deadlines
  • Competence in utilizing office applications, including Microsoft Dynamics

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