Redundant? Looking for work? Vacancies posted here!

Discussion in 'education & employment' started by sojourner, Dec 18, 2008.

  1. planetgeli

    planetgeli There's no future in England's dreaming

    ^

    This aside;

    You will need to have a background in aviation or flight operations

    I could go for that.
     
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  2. Puddy_Tat

    Puddy_Tat for the workers' breakfast

    :(
     
  3. Cloo

    Cloo Surfeit of lampreys

    Saw this ad on LinkedIn: Events Assistants (North London), 6 Posts that might be useful someone wanting to earn a bit of extra cash possibly on top of a weekday job.

    It looks like they need event assistants at 7 weekend happenings for Keep Britain Tidy around London over 7 weeks, paying London Living Wage, so thought I'd flag it up.
     
  4. Sirena

    Sirena Don't monkey with the buzzsaw

    If anyone knows Music Maestro, the standard copyright/royalty processing software in the music business, you might ring Jon on 0207 733 5400 or private message me.

    The job is available immediately and is based in central Brixton.

    If you know anyone who knows anyone etc, pass the message on...:thumbs:
     
  5. bimble

    bimble noisy but small

    Urgently looking for Play Workers / Youth workers to help run a Summer Play Scheme at my local Adventure Playground here in Loughborough Junction (between Brixton & Camberwell)

    Hours will depend on how much funding we can raise - it will be a minimum of six Saturdays but if we get the funding could be 6 days a week for six weeks, starting next month.

    We hope to find:

    1 Experienced Play Worker - NVQ level 3 in play work or youth work (or equivalent) to plan and oversee the sessions and be the main point of responsibility.

    &

    2 Play Workers - NVQ level 2 in play work or youth work (or equivalent) who would support the above person.

    These are paid positions - if you are interested or know anyone who might be and is available at such short notice please PM me !

    The playground has been closed for a long time and the council has been planning to sell the land to developers but they have granted us (local action group) permission to open it temporarily this Summer, and it is important that the Summer Play Scheme be well run and really fun, to demonstrate the need for this resource and its value to the local community.
     
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  6. Cloo

    Cloo Surfeit of lampreys

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  7. Pickman's model

    Pickman's model Every man and every woman is a star

  8. Cloo

    Cloo Surfeit of lampreys

    A few going at my place:

    Marketing data analyst - can be based in London or Coventry (though relocating to Birmingham end of this year/beginning of next)

    Content creator (marketing) online - also London or Coventry/Birmingham

    Product development executive, basically a role commissioning online content on built environment for professionals - London, within my wider team, under a lovely manager.

    PM me if you'd like more details of any.
     
  9. planetgeli

    planetgeli There's no future in England's dreaming

    Wahey! Just got a new job in a PRU. I love working with the bad boys (and girls, but it's almost always boys they put me with). Remind me I wrote this when they're setting fire to me next term.
     
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  10. Rutita1

    Rutita1 Scum with no integrity, apparently.

    Made of Money development worker
    Closing date: 5.00pm Thursday 14th September, 2017

    https://www.quakersocialaction.org....s/uploads/Job Pack_MOM Development Worker.pdf
     
  11. Rutita1

    Rutita1 Scum with no integrity, apparently.

  12. Pickman's model

    Pickman's model Every man and every woman is a star

    Antarctic Place-Names Committee Ad Hoc Member
    Job reference:
    BAS Antarc-Committee
    Contract type:
    Duration:
    The term is for a period of 3 years for new appointees, with the option of reapplying at the end of term.
    Salary:
    Benefits:
    We offer generous benefits
    Team:
    British Antarctic Survey
    Location:
    British Antarctic Territory Government
    Closing date:
    13 August, 2017 11:59 pm
    • Description
    • Skills specification
    • How to apply
    Description
    The British Antarctic Territory Government has a vacancy for an ad hoc specialist to advise on place-naming in the Antarctic.
    This is an opportunity to join a group of experts in Antarctic toponymy, science, geography, navigation, international relations and exploration who sit on the Antarctic Place-names Committee.
    www.antarctica.ac.uk/apc The Committee advises the British Antarctic Territory Government on all aspects relating to place names in the Antarctic, it also advises the Government of South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands in relation to place-naming in SGSSI.

    Purpose
    Main Purpose and Skills Required:
    Candidates should be able to offer expertise complementary to the composition of the Committee in one or more of the following area(s): Geography; Cartography; GIS; Exploration History; International Relations; Science; Toponymy; Sailing; and Navigation within the Antarctic context. The committee particularly invites applications from candidates within the Antarctic research community, especially from within the university sector.

    Terms of Appointment:
    This is a non-remunerative, non-pensionable post. Travel and Subsistence expenses are reimbursed. The term is for a period of 3 years for new appointees, with the option of reapplying at the end of term. The successful applicant will be expected to attend the Antarctic Place-names Committee meetings twice a year and consider proposals by postal assessment up to four times a year between meetings. The meetings are normally held in Cambridge in April and October.

    Duties
    Expertise complementary to the composition of the Committee in one or more of the following area(s): Geography; Cartography; GIS; Exploration History; International Relations; Science; Toponymy; Sailing; and Navigation within the Antarctic context.

    Eligibility Requirements
    You will need to be a British Citizen, resident in the UK for at least two of the last ten years, including at least one consecutive twelve-month period.

    Application
    Application is by CV and Letter to: Stuart Doubleday, Deputy Head, Polar Regions Department, Foreign and Commonwealth Office, London SW1A 2PA, Stuart.Doubleday@fco.gov.uk

    Closing date is 13th August 2017

    Selection
    The successful candidate will be invited to participate in a short interview, either in person or over the telephone.

    If you require more information: Please contact the Antarctic Place-names Committee Secretary, Dr Adrian Fox on: Email: ajfo@bas.ac.uk Tel: 01223 221415

    Antarctic Place-Names Committee Ad Hoc Member - Vacancy - British Antarctic Survey
     
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  13. ricbake

    ricbake working out how

    New Pub/bar/coffee house etc on Ferndale Rd Brixton are recruiting - Canova House
     
  14. Dr. Furface

    Dr. Furface One small step for man

    Love the juxtaposition of those last two vacancies! :D
     
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  15. Rutita1

    Rutita1 Scum with no integrity, apparently.

    Jobs · LRB

    Marketing Internship, salary – £23,000
    The London Review of Books is Europe’s largest literary magazine (2016 ABC circulation: 70,468). With offices in Bloomsbury, the magazine also owns the London Review Bookshop, an independent bookshop close to the British Museum. The Bookshop stocks around 25,000 titles, has a busy events programme and a vibrant café – the London Review Cake Shop.

    One-Year, Full-Time, Paid Position
    We are looking for a lively, literate and versatile person to join our team as a Marketing Intern. You will help deliver the promotions programme for the retail space, comprising the London Review Bookshop and the London Review Cake Shop. This is a one-year full-time paid post, offering an ideal opportunity to gain wide experience of digital content development and retail marketing in an exciting cultural environment. The role involves working closely with our Bookshop and Cake Shop, and with the marketing, design and website production departments, to deliver a wide range of promotional content.

    The right candidate will be enthusiastic about cross-channel promotions, from social media to photography. This is an opportunity for a person with strong visual and copy skills to make their mark in a thriving retail marketplace. The role is set in a fast-paced environment, where you will find yourself required to deliver varied high-quality work to tight deadlines.
     
  16. Rutita1

    Rutita1 Scum with no integrity, apparently.

    http://londonrentersunion.org/jobs/

     
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  17. A380

    A380 How do I change this 'custom title' thing then?

    Hilly Mc Hillface and Lakey Mc Lakeface. Easy.
     
  18. friendofdorothy

    friendofdorothy it is so much worse than Thatcherism now

    I received this:
     
  19. planetgeli

    planetgeli There's no future in England's dreaming

    Can't find anywhere else to put this, there should be.

    Just to say, 2 days into my new job and....I'm not sure I've ever had a better introduction to one. I fucking love 'naughty' kids, I love their swearing, their smoking and the unit's ability to adapt to reality. Without doubt, this is the best setting I've ever worked in in education, where the kids are allowed to be themselves. This isn't romanticising bullshit, I know they have shit backgrounds to end up where they have.

    The point is to change it. Or at least give a little hope, a little understanding, where there's previously been none.

    Love it. (So far. Nobody's set fire to my car yet.)
     
  20. gaijingirl

    gaijingirl Well-Known Member

    Really good to read this. I've often wondered about working in a PRU myself. How did you find out about this job? - I don't ever see jobs at PRU advertised on TES.
     
  21. planetgeli

    planetgeli There's no future in England's dreaming

    Advertised via local gvt website but I heard via a friend. If you want to work in one gaijingirl then you really ought to be allowed to/find out about one near you. From what I gather they find it hard to get staff as it's not everyone's cup of tea. The staff/pupil ratio in mine is mostly 1:1, sometimes 2:1.
     
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  22. chilango

    chilango Cold, frankly incensed and...meh

    PRU jobs often (but not always) tend to come up in the "other workplaces" section of the Jobs adverts. They come up reasonably regularly. Note that they sometimes don't call themselves PRUs but use terms like "alternative provision" and may increasingly be outside the state sector.
     
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  23. chilango

    chilango Cold, frankly incensed and...meh

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  24. stuff_it

    stuff_it stirred the primordial soup

    Arctic Mc Acrticyface
     
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  25. Puddy_Tat

    Puddy_Tat for the workers' breakfast

    i haven't seen an arctic role advertised for a while

    :p
     
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  26. Cloo

    Cloo Surfeit of lampreys

    I know the guy who runs this place and he's very nice. TBH, I have heard staff management in general can be a bit hit-and-miss, but that may just be front of house. Based near Finchley Road tube - marketing coordinator and digital/print designer.
     

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  27. Pickman's model

    Pickman's model Every man and every woman is a star

  28. pianistenvy

    pianistenvy Won't Wash Out

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    Pickman's model Every man and every woman is a star

  30. oceanpowa

    oceanpowa New Member

    Hey everyone.

    I'm from a youth-led charity called Talent Match. We're looking for 19-30 year old unemployed people, living in London who are interested in gaining new skills in radio.

    It's a 12-week radio training course, running one-day a week. You''ll be training alongside professional experts in radio and getting support from creative experts, in and around our sound studio. This programme has been designed to help unemployed 19+ year olds to build relevant knowledge in order to create a professional working radio station at Collage Arts.

    At the end of the course, you'll receive a Level 1 Arts Award.

    We’re looking for those interested in:
    • Presenting
    • Producing
    • Social media
    • Admin

    We also help you find work, by providing you with CV and interview help.

    For any more information:
    Connie - 07599835505
     

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