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At REED Southend-on-Sea we cover the following sectors:
A wide variety of non- and part-qualified positions, including PQ accountants, finance managers, payroll managers, credit managers & controllers, and accounts assistants.
All manner of business support roles, including administration, customer services, contact centre, and management, as well as entry-level roles in fields such as sales and marketing.
All manufacturing and engineering jobs, including design, manufacturing and post-production service/maintenance, across a range of industries.
Qualified and non-qualified HR roles across the whole spectrum in both generalist and specialist HR markets, ranging from assistant to director.
Management roles for those looking to take the next step or gain a first management job, spanning sectors including sales, procurement, marketing and the rest of our industry sectors.
Procurement & Supply Chain
Roles from assistant to director, including bid & tender, category, contract & supply, commercial, eProcurement, logistics, and all procurement, purchasing & supply chain jobs.
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Job Title: Accounts Junior / Semi Senior
Job Type: Permanent, full-time
Salary: £18,000 – £22,000, plus study package
Location: Southend, Essex
The role will involve providing technical support to the statutory accounting team, assisting with statutory account assignment file, assisting with finalisation meetings and assisting in the continued growth of the division through development of networking opportunities resulting in the addition of new clients.
Ideally you will be studying your AAT or ACA/ACCA and be an ambitious individual with a passion for the finance industry. If you are wanting to continue your success so far then this is an opportunity you should highly consider.
Duties to include:-
Opening the post
Making the Tea
Answering the telephones
Updating client database
Assisting with facilities management
Any other adhoc duties
Reed are pleased to present the position of Tracking Officer as part of the Care Management Team within Children's Services at Southend-on-Sea Borough Council, offered on a full time basis for a 12 month, temporary maternity leave contract.
You will manage the MARAT comprising of practitioners from children and adult social care, early help, police, health, CRC and NPS. In this role you will make decisions relating to high risk domestic abuse incidents, missing children and adults as well as child sexual exploitation. Your key responsibilities will include ensuring consistent interpretation of risk assessment within the team and implementing service strategy and performance management processes.
This vacancy will require you to initiate and undertake health surveillance programmes in schools according to School Nursing Operational Procedures, including routine health screening and assessing the overall development and progress of the child. You will take into account individual public health needs and provide support or on-going referral as appropriate. In particular sexual health, smoking cessation and weight management services. Support will always be given to the Senior School Nurse with school and community based drop-ins. You will be responsible for using weighing scales, height measures and audiometer equipment.
You will play a key role in this exciting partnership, working directly with A Better Start Southend to lead on the diet and nutrition work stream and on the development and implementation of an enhanced healthy child programme for young children in the Better Start areas. You will have a track record of delivering system change and transformation and be an excellent communicator committed to using your skills to deliver the best possible outcomes for children and young people and their families.
Your key responsibilities will include undertaking health needs assessments to identify, individual needs as well as being a lead health professional when working with children and families in the safeguarding arena. This will include writing reports, attending child protection conferences, core groups and reviews and leading the implementation of the health action plan. The role requires you to deliver health led training programmes including school staff training for things like anaphylaxis, asthma etc.
The role as Enterprise Coordinator will help schools and colleges to improve their careers and enterprise activities and engage students with the world of work. It will focus everyone’s efforts on programmes and activities that are most effective in motivating young people and supporting independent choice.
In this role you will work in partnership with Service Users to enable them to live as independently as possible within their community. You will implement the principles of the Mental Capacity Act whilst undertaking assessments. This role requires you to undertake Continuing Health Care Assessments and Safeguarding investigations. By carrying out this role you will help people have control over their lives and ensure improved outcomes for vulnerable people.
The vacancy will be located within the Early Help Family Support & Youth Offending Service, and will build upon the core elements of the service already in place, ensuring families access all the existing services and the Troubled Families programme. The multi-disciplinary team will be available to support families 7 days a week between the hours of 8am and 11pm, reflecting the fact that a family’s needs don’t stop outside of office hours. Workers will work side by side with families, foster carers and their Social Workers, using proven methodologies such as motivational interviewing and brief solution focused therapy; supporting families to address issues that may result in the removal of their children.
The successful candidate would need to carry out feasibility studies, design, consultation plan and manage implementation.
The main purpose of this role is to ensure the best possible outcomes for children and young people with the most complex and acute needs, including those at risk of serious harm and those who require additional support due to learning or physical disability. You will ensure that the needs of children and their parents/carers are professionally assessed. The vacancy requires you to investigate, evaluate and analyse cases, demonstrating clarity of assessment and reliability of information. You will be responsible for case management compliance as per the Council's policies and procedures. Being a Social Worker for Children Services will involve submitting written reports when required including statements and care plans for care proceedings in County and High Courts.
The ideal candidate will have the following:
• Experience of leading a team of 5 or more.
• Good interpersonal skills including the ability to communicate at all levels.
• Proven experience of managing change, including good problem solving skills.
You will be supporting residents in the maintenance of everyday personal skills such as eating, dressing, washing, and hygiene. This will include hands on assistance using appropriate moving and handling techniques or equipment as necessary to meet the assessed needs of each individual. You will offer emotional, personal and practical care to residents in accordance with assessed needs in order to maintain and promote physical and mental health. It is an exciting time to join the team at Priory house as they have recently opened up a new rehab unit. The work is varied as the team look after vulnerable adults with mild to moderate dementia.
Duties include; supporting residents in the maintenance of everyday personal skills such as eating, dressing, washing, hygiene and using the toilet. Providing hands on assistance using appropriate moving and handling techniques or equipment as necessary to meet the assessed needs of each individual within the agreed care plan.
The team operates flexibly, with mobile-working, free-parking, professional development, and a range of other employee benefits. We have a number of large and interesting projects in the pipeline, from a large-scale residential scheme and a major seafront leisure development along with day-to-day householder projects.
Responsible for managing a caseload of complex and difficult cases involving assessment, planning and implementation as well as evaluation of appropriate action, you will communicate a clear sense of purpose and direction to the locality team. You will provide a high quality resource of professional social work knowledge and expertise to the team, including supervision, meetings, assisted fieldwork, case audits and reviews and ensuring team members carry out their core tasks to a high standard.
The Southend Local Safeguarding Children Board (LSCB) and Safeguarding Adults Board (SAB) are looking to recruit a new Independent Chair with a critical role in promoting good safeguarding practice. They are seeking a candidate with suitable skills and experience to undertake the independent chair role for both Boards.
Southend-on-Sea Borough Council and the Safeguarding Boards have a shared goal to provide outstanding safeguarding services for children and adults in Southend. They are keen to build on current strong foundations within the Safeguarding Boards and appoint an Independent Chair to take forward the safeguarding agenda in an objective and dynamic way. Following the Alan Wood Review, Southend is developing a cohesive Public Protection agenda, led by the Chief Executive, allowing a more seamless approach towards complex cross cutting issue such as Child Sexual Exploitation and Domestic Abuse.
The outgoing chair for both Boards, Chris Doorly, says: “whilst the chair role is inherently challenging, in Southend it has been a privilege to work with a strong and cohesive partnership where there is a continuous driving forward of the collective vision of safeguarding”.
The Board Chair has a key role to lead collaboratively, give advice, support and encouragement but also to offer constructive challenge and hold partner agencies to account ensuring that interfaces with other strategic functions are effective.
Southend Borough Council are looking for a person with exceptional leadership, partnership and communication skills at a senior level to chair the LSCB and SAB effectively. You will need substantial experience of the children and/or adult safeguarding agenda at an operational and strategic level, and have the ability and credibility to command respect across all agencies.
This appointment is on a consultancy basis, and it is anticipated that the role will need a maximum of 30 days per year, per Board, which will be paid at £600 per day. Travel and subsistence expenses incurred by the post holder will be paid at the rates specified by the Local Authority terms and conditions.
If you think you can fulfil this role please contact Simon Leftley, Corporate Director for people for an informal discussion on 01702 534729. Please submit your C.V and a supporting statement detailing your experience for this role to Marc Galea Marc.Galea@reedglobal.com. For safer recruitment purposes, a full application form will be required at interview stage. Closing date for applications is Friday 4th November 2016.
Reed Finance have joined partnership with a successful local authority in Southend who are seeking a new senior finance professional to help grow and develop their organisation.
The role will sit in the financial planning and control team and will assist senior management with the management and financial administration of areas such as VAT, the banking and cash collection services, treasury management and the income management system in addition to areas of control and compliance.
The ideal and successful candidate will be fully CCAB qualified with the ability to operate within many levels throughout the organisation. Excellent communications skills, an audit and compliance background in addition to team supervisory experience is essential here. This is a fantastic opportunity to join an organisation with a strong future which will provide both personal and career progression.