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Are you seeking to join a residential childcare company that values and cares for its employees? …..

Are you considering a change in career and believe you could make a difference to young people in care? .......

If so, we welcome applications from individuals to care for and support vulnerable and at times challenging young people in our homes across Kent.

Vacancies for residential workers and seniors currently exist in East Kent, especially in Thanet and Folkestone. Salaries range, as follows, dependant on home location, experience and qualifications:

Residential Workers £18,000 to £20,000
Senior Residential Worker £20,000 to £22,000

Salaries shown, are for full time posts involving a shift pattern rota, including weekends and a sleeping in allowance. Part time positions are available.

Previous experience or transferable skills are desirable but opportunities exist for candidates with a desire to develop their own skills and understanding of working with young people and a willingness to undergo further training at our own dedicated training centre.

Further information about us and the work we do along with application forms can be found at jobs.ethelbertonline.co.uk

Application forms can also be requested via the JobsinKent website or by telephone request on 01843 823762.

Enhanced DBS and relevant checks will be required for all applicants.

We look forward to hearing from you.

Please note:
Ethelbert Children's Services also operates its own Fostering Agency across Kent, London and adjacent counties. We are currently actively recruiting in these areas and welcome applications from existing or prospective individuals or couples who would consider this challenging but rewarding role. Excellent training and development is provided along with payments starting at £455.00 per week per child. For further information please contact our fostering ream via the above links, directly on Freephone 0898 1681228 or visit us on our website or Facebook.
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Ethelbert Children's Services

From £455 pw+care/ancil exp

Kent

Considering a career involving the care of children?

Ethelbert Fostering Services (EFS) are currently recruiting new or established foster carers across Kent, London and surrounding areas. If you are currently fostering or are considering a change of career or just want to find out more please contact us for an informal chat.

We recognise that our foster carers are our greatest asset and reward and support them accordingly.

We offer:
A minimum of £455.00 per child per week plus paid expenses, respite and annual retainer after a qualifying period.

Unlimited referrals - we have contractual partnerships with more than 60 local authorities and receive many referrals every day.

24 hour support, 365 days a year from an organisation with more than 40 years' experience in children's social care.

Experienced Supervising Social Workers.

In-house education, health and therapy services.

Comprehensive training & development opportunities.

Local support groups & peer networking opportunities.

Organised leisure activities for you and your family.

Why become a Foster Carer?
There are many reasons why children and young people need to live with foster carers and equally as many reasons why people decide to become foster carers. The one thing they always have in common, is that they want to fulfil one of the most important roles in society by making a real difference to the lives of vulnerable children and teenagers.

Right now, the UK needs 6,500 more foster carers to provide safe, stable and nurturing homes for children who cannot live with their own families.

Who can be a Foster Carer?
Foster carers can be married, single, co-habiting, male, female, same sex couples and be of any ethnicity, culture or faith. There are no age limits for foster carers or restrictions for people with disabilities, as long as you have the energy and ability to provide children with the care, welfare and lifestyle they need and deserve. You must enjoy having children in your life and be prepared to work through the emotional difficulties associated with living in care.

Already Fostering?
If you are already an approved foster carer and are considering changing to an agency that can provide exceptional levels of support, financial reward and personal development opportunities, we would love to hear from you.

At EFS, we recognise that transferring agencies can be a daunting decision for a foster carer and it is not one that should be taken lightly. However, if you believe it is the right decision for you, we would welcome the opportunity to provide advice and guidance as to the process of transfer, the support we could offer and the opportunities we could make available, should you transfer to EFS.

Call today for an information pack or see us on Facebook

Freephone 0808 168 1228

Evenings & weekends 07714 850724

www.ethelbertfostering.co.uk
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Prohire Software Systems Ltd

£50000

Sittingbourne, Kent

This company was established in 1995 and is now the vehicle rental industry’s leading provider of management software in the UK. Their principle product is now established in over 750 locations and manages in excess of 80,000 vehicles. Their product is a desktop application currently written in Delphi. In 2015 the directors decided to radically expand the reach of its product, both in terms of target industries and international opportunities.

The decision was taken to construct the product as an online web application and build links (through API’s) to partners who wish to take advantage of such a large and diverse network of resources and services. Over the next five years the company expects to manage in excess of 1 Million resources (not just vehicles) and as such, the scalability and resilience of the product offer is paramount. To achieve this aim, an entire micro-services ecosystem is being created from the ground up. Whilst the strategy is to port the existing feature set that has evolved over the last 20 years, the project is being developed as many “Green Field” projects and micro-services.

Technologies

The project is being developed in Java and will use several technologies and techniques. Some of the technologies are Micro-Services, RabbitMQ, Kafka, Spring Boot, Activiti (BPMN), MongoDB, MYSQL, Apche Ignite (Data Grid), Lucene, Rest , JSON, Angular 4, etc

Role Requirements

Required

- Exceptional ability and knowledge of Spring v3+ or Spring Boot

- Experience with creating Enterprise Web Applications

- Excellent communication skills, including presenting to fellow developers and architects

- Exceptional Problem solving ability - deep thinker

- Developer / Coder DNA” - (ie not to leave coding to become a team leader)

- Must have an unending desire to create something

- Self Disciplined will work from home)

- Proven track record of staying with a company (no contractors)

Nice to have (but not essential)

- Use Micro-services

- MongoDB

- Mysql or another SQL DB

- Angular 4

- Apache Ignite (or similar data grid experience )

- Lucene

- Messaging and Messaging Patterns - RabbitMQ (or another message broker)

- Kafka ( or another eventing framework )

- Activiti ( or another BPMN framework )

- Testing Frameworks (Unit Testing , Integration Testing )
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Imago

£14,000 - £16,000 depending on experience

Kent

Imago (formerly Voluntary Action within Kent) is a long established, well respected and effective charity working across Kent, Medway, East Sussex and London Boroughs of Bexley, Southwark & Havering to deliver a range of services to individuals, voluntary and community organisations, the public and private sector.
Our mission is to promote, develop and facilitate social action, support independence and empower communities. User and volunteer engagement, leadership and involvement in decision making are core principles.

We deliver a wide range of services in partnership with funders, public sector commissioners and private sector sponsors to children and young people, older people, carers, and volunteers.

Underpinning our work is a commitment to excellence, evidencing impact and safeguarding vulnerable people.

Imago offers a competitive remuneration package consisting of salary, contributory pension, healthcare benefits and 25 days annual leave plus Bank Holidays.

Purpose of Role:
To work with colleagues to successfully deliver and develop a range of exemplary, innovative and responsive services to support Young Carers. To provide proportionate and holistic assessments of Young Carers’ needs and to develop support plans.

Main Duties:
* Receive referrals from the Central YC Hub and assess level of need
* To support Young Carers to plan how they would like to live their lives and create support plans to achieve these outcomes, reviewing regularly
* Deliver local ‘Chill Clubs’ that are Young Carer focused youth groups
* Signpost appropriately in accordance with agreed action plan
* Identify local universal respite and short breaks for Young Carers
* Support Young Carers to access mainstream community services
* Recruit and manage volunteers to support Young Carers
* Work with community partners to identify opportunities for Young Carers
* Assist with and ensure any Safeguarding concerns that occur within the project are dealt with appropriately with the support of Imago’s Safeguarding Lead
* Give a voice to Young Carers through awareness raising and identification
* Work in partnership with the Young Carers team, education, health, youth services, voluntary sector, early help, social care providers to ensure they comply with young carer related legislation, and are able to identify, assess and support young carers within their own setting
* To undertake regular evaluation of the services provided ensuring that Young Carers experiences are at the heart of evaluation
* Keep up to date with issues affecting Young Carers [both nationally and locally]
* Attend training, team meetings and regular supervision
* Any other tasks and responsibilities that may be identified as necessary as the service evolves and develops

Qualities/skills:
* Knowledge of the needs of Young Carers, Social Care system for both Children and Adults
* Knowledge of issues relating to Disability, Long term illness, Mental health and Substance misuse
* Ability to work independently, organising work to meet targets, objectives and deadlines
* Ability to stay calm in a crisis and be measured in your response; be non-judgemental and measured in your actions
* Excellent oral communication and written skills, good organisational and time management skills
* Self-reliant and able to work with minimal supervision, as well as good team working skills
* A willingness to work flexibly
* A commitment to equal opportunities, diversity and making services accessible to all sections of the community
* Excellent computer skills, including the use of social media
* Hold a current driving licence and have access to own transport is essential

Essential Experience:
* Relevant personal or professional experience in social care, health, education, private or voluntary and community sector
* Educated to degree level or equivalent

Desirable Experience:
* Personal experience of being a Carer
* Knowledge of policy and legislation relating to Carers

Post is subject to references and an enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service check

Please either submit your CV with a short covering note outlining your CURRENT SALARY and or visit our website at www.imago.community for a full application.

Imago recognises that many people in our society experience discrimination or lack of opportunity for reasons that are not fair. These include: race, religion, creed, colour, national and ethnic origin, political beliefs, gender, sexual orientation, age, disability (including mental illness), HIV status, marital or civil partnership status, pregnancy or maternity/paternity status, responsibility for dependants, appearance, geographical area, social class, income level or criminal record.

Imago aims to create a culture that respects and values each other’s differences. Imago sees these differences as an asset to our work as they improve our ability to meet the needs of the organisations and people we serve. We proactively seek to increase opportunities for inclusion, and celebrate diversity across our organisation and within the communities we serve.
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IT Online Training

£18k-£22k

Kent

In just 6 – 8 weeks we can help you get your first foot in the door to an IT career.

At just £495 or 5 monthly payments of £99 we will provide you with access to the courses needed by most employers for new entrants to IT roles. All successful course applicants will go on to a guaranteed interview with our partner IT organisation

Once you have completed the courses and passed our online assessment exam we will then submit your CV to our recruitment partner who employ around 500 new entrants per annum into roles across the UK.

Salaries range from £18k-£22k dependant on location and experience and you will be expected to attend a week long induction course at their Head Office where you will be given further job specific training.

Applicants will be expected to work within a 50 mile radius of their location and present themselves in a positive and well presented manner when working on client premises.

This course package has been tailored to the specific requirements of our recruitment partner and they are particularly keen to employ individuals with no prior experience in IT who have a real desire to work in IT.

Our clients see themselves as a gateway employer providing the skills and experience necessary to get ahead and begin a successful career in IT.

We look forward to starting you on your new career journey.

Please apply via the apply online button.
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Avante Care & Support

£8.50 -£9.50 per hour + mileage

Sittingbourne, Kent

Join us now and benefit from rates of pay of £8.50 - £9.50 per hour and 20p per mile business mileage!

Avante Home Care and Support is the leading provider for Domiciliary Care in Kent, Bexley and Greenwich, providing high quality, professional care to people in their own homes. We are looking for compassionate & committed, friendly, reliable people who want to make a difference to join our dedicated team.

What can we offer you?

• Competitive rates of Pay
• Full Training Programme
• Uniform
• Mobile Telephone Allowance
• Parking Permit
• Holiday Pay
• Office support
• Payments for travel

Would you like to be part of our team?

We are looking for people who can:

Work full or part time
Work weekends and bank holidays
Partake in our training programme
Take pride in their work performance and care enough to make a difference.

Some care experience would be preferable but is not essential as full training will be given. Being able to drive is essential.

Our positions are subject to Enhanced DBS Disclosures which will be completed upon successful application. All applications will be dealt with on an individual basis in accordance with our policy and organisational requirements.

We are an Equal Opportunities Employer

If you feel that this could be you, then please contact us on our recruitment line:-
Jonathan Green (Kent and Bexley): 0800 977 8705
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Knauf

Competitive

Sittingbourne, Kent

5 hours ago

The Role

Knauf, a market leader in the construction product industry are currently looking for a highly skilled individual to join our manufacturing plant as a Manufacturing Team Leader (Calcination Chargehand). We are looking for someone with strong leadership skills and knowledge of continuous and batch manufacturing.

The Company & Our Values

Knauf is a family run international organisation who prides itself on employing individuals who align to our core values. To work for our highly successful organisation, you will need entrepreneurial spirit, commitment to succeed, empathy for others and the ability to work in partnership with colleagues and customers alike.

Responsibilities

As a Manufacturing Team Leader (Calcination Chargehand), your key responsibilities will be as follows:

• Line management of 2 direct reports and temporary staff.
• Responsible for ensuring the safe running of the calcination operation and associated manufacturing procedures.
• Ensures that the ‘kettle’ is operated at optimal levels at all times.
• Equipment adjusted to produce Stucco to quality targets at all times.
• Direct involvement in training opportunities to develop self and plant knowledge.
• Effective handover of plant to ensure all issues that may affect the purpose of operation are communicated clearly between shifts.
• Efficient identification of equipment problems to prevent operational failure, pursuing timely preventive action to ensure efficient plant performance.
• Demonstrates a willingness to meet and exceed targets set. Acts and communicates in a way that will encourage other team members to succeed in meeting targets set.
• Contribute to the introduction and development of an effective maintenance schedule to timely identify faults and prevent unplanned plant failure.
• To ensure that any instructions from management are complied with in a timely and effective manner.
• Responsible for ensuring compliance with Health, Safety, Environmental and Quality procedures in relation to all associated staff and machinery.
• Pro-active approach to support other team members in the execution of their duties.
• The development of positive straight talking relationships with all team members, direct reports and the wider site team.

Requirements

• A minimum of GCSE grade C or above in Maths & English, or an equivalent level qualification.
• Previous experience within continuous and batch manufacturing environments is essential.
• Supervisory experience is essential.
• Competent understanding of the correct operation of production equipment.
• Specific understanding of the production of stucco & associated quality tests would be advantageous.
• Basic understanding of preventative maintenance and general understanding of mechanical & electrical control.
• Ability to carry out basic mechanical activities to allow the inspection & maintenance of plant.
• Ability to influence /lead others to meet production targets and improve their performance.
• Understanding the function and operation of a permit system.
• Knowledge of plant operation procedure.
• Knowledge of safety procedures.
• Knowledge of quality procedure.


In return for your hard work, you will receive a highly competitive salary and benefits package, inclusive of holiday, bonus and a contributory pension scheme.
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Knauf

Competitive

Sittingbourne, Kent

5 hours ago

The Role

Knauf, a market leader in the construction product industry are currently looking for a highly communicative individual to join our customer services team as a Customer Services Team Leader on a 12 Month Fixed Term Contract. We are looking for someone with strong leadership skills who can demonstrate their capability to enhance our customer’s experience.

The Company & Our Values

Knauf is a family run international organisation who prides itself on employing individuals who align to our core values. To work for our highly successful organisation, you will need entrepreneurial spirit, commitment to succeed, empathy for others and the ability to work in partnership with colleagues and customers alike.

Responsibilities

As a Customer Services Team Leader, your key responsibilities will be as follows:
• Achievement of individual and department performance standards.
• Professional interaction with Customers.
• Accurate processing of orders
• Timely processing of orders
• Take ownership and resolve Customer issues within set parameters.
• Development of personable and professional relationships with all internal and external Customers and support functions.
• Develop positive and straight talking relationships with all team members, direct reports and wider teams.
• Direct involvement in team training and development.
• Improved performance against targets through aligned & planned activity with direct reports, team members and wider teams including Hauliers.
• Accurate invoicing and crediting to Customers.
• Provide timely performance statistics for analysis.
• Regular reviews with direct reports through the performance management system to ensure that all staff are fully trained and meeting standards.
• To ensure all Goals and Targets for the department are achieved.
• To assist the Head of Service in inspiring and motivating the team.
• Where appropriate, take action to rectify issues of non-conformance.

Requirements

• Previous supervisory experience in a Customer Service environment is essential.
• Data Analysis skills with the ability to monitor employee performance.
• Comfortable working with conflict able to find routes to positive outcomes.
• Adapt effectively to changing needs.
• Sets high standards in Customer Service and stretch goals for self and direct reports.
• Demanding in quality & commitment of delivery of Customer Service from internal and external sources.
• Effectively influence team members and peers and the way they work.
• Ready to make decisions, take the initiative and originate action.
• Not afraid of taking risks or making decisions.
• Ability and desire to deliver exceptional levels of Customer Service.
• High level of attention to detail.
• Ability to work in a busy environment.
• Able to work under own initiative.
• Actively promoting suggestions for improvement.

In return for your hard work, you will receive a highly competitive salary and benefits package, inclusive of 25 days holiday and a contributory pension scheme.
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New Appointments Group

Salary disclosed upon application

Kent

5 hours ago

A Multi-skilled Maintenance Engineer is required to join a stable and robust business with multiple sites across the UK.

Reporting into the Works Engineer, the incoming candidate will be expected to undertake all reactive and planned electrical and mechanical maintenance for the plant. The post holder will undertake all fault finding and root cause analysis, co-ordinate and improve tooling change-overs, and complete all daily, weekly, and monthly condition based maintenance activities.

Applicants should possess a strong, proven background in working within a fast-paced, continuous manufacturing environment. Demonstrable experience of undertaking multi-skilled maintenance is needed; as such, applicants will ideally have the necessary 17th edition qualifications and be comfortable working within an automated environment. An exposure to PLCs and Fanuc Robotics would be highly desirable.

Candidates will be expected to work a set shift pattern which includes a series of days and nights (12 hour shifts), to include weekends and bank holidays. It is advisable that candidates have their own access to transport owing the location of the business.

An immediate interview and start is available.


New Appointments Group, Expertly Matching Kent's Employers and Jobseekers since 1975.
Committed to diversity, equality and opportunity for all.
Twitter: @nagforjobs
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Berry Recruitment

£10 - £15 per hour

Kent

5 hours ago

Are you currently looking for your next role and wanting to earn in the meantime?

Are you looking for extra work alongside your current employment?

Do you want a job with the flexibility to work around other priorities?

We are looking for chefs of all levels and all availabilities. We have currently undergone growth within our client base meaning we need more talented chefs in our team.

Key benefits:-

Earn between £11.00-£15.00ph
Work around your schedule
Fantastic work life balance
Paid for every hour you work
Fun exciting venues

We looking for candidates at the following levels:

Prep and Line Chefs
Commis Chefs
CDP
Sous Chefs
and Head Chefs

Flexibility is key as hours can be full time or part time and may well include evenings, weekends and bank holidays.
Due to the nature and location of the venues own transport is required.

Immediate interview, immediate start. If you believe this role is for you, please contact Jim or Paul
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