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    • keele, staffordshire
    • temporary
    • £9.00 - £9.00, per hour, Holiday Pay, Pension & Additional Benefits
    • part-time
    Are you looking for flexible part-time role to fit around your schedule or University Life? Do you like helping others succeed and reach their potential? If so, we may have a role that you would be interested in...Randstad Student & Worker Support are recruiting a Lab Assistant to work with students in the Staffordshire and Newcastle-under-Lyme area.We have students with disabilities who are requiring support with their Higher Education studies. We are looking for the right individuals to support our students and really make a difference to their learningWe are looking for a Lab Assistant who can provide support to our students and has prior laboratory experience whether that by through your studies or work history. Benefits:- Flexible working hours - you choose your own hours- 28 days holiday pay pro rata - perfect for the summer holidays and Christmas breaks- £9 per hour - you will receive this rate, plus your benefits- Working for the UK's leading provider - you're in safe handsYou will work closely with Randstad regarding the needs of individual students, and to ensure that any concerns are addressed in a timely manner. You will be expected to act professionally and maintain confidentiality within your role at all times, sharing all relevant information with Randstad to ensure the best possible service to your students. Further skills/requirements include:- Excellent interpersonal and communication skills- Ability to identify ways of helping students to build on their learning strengths whilst maintaining a confidential and professional working relationship- Accurate spelling and grammar skills- Punctuality and reliability- Good organisational skills- You must have experience of working within a Laboratory environment previously (either via your studies or work history) If you have the above and are interested in this rewarding part time role supporting students in Higher Education... we want to talk to you. Please apply today as with you on board we can really help higher education students have a better future. Randstad SWS acts as an employment business when supplying temporary staff and as an employment agency when introducing candidates for permanent employment with a client. Randstad SWS is an equal opportunities employer and decisions are made on merits alone.
    Are you looking for flexible part-time role to fit around your schedule or University Life? Do you like helping others succeed and reach their potential? If so, we may have a role that you would be interested in...Randstad Student & Worker Support are recruiting a Lab Assistant to work with students in the Staffordshire and Newcastle-under-Lyme area.We have students with disabilities who are requiring support with their Higher Education studies. We are looking for the right individuals to support our students and really make a difference to their learningWe are looking for a Lab Assistant who can provide support to our students and has prior laboratory experience whether that by through your studies or work history. Benefits:- Flexible working hours - you choose your own hours- 28 days holiday pay pro rata - perfect for the summer holidays and Christmas breaks- £9 per hour - you will receive this rate, plus your benefits- Working for the UK's leading provider - you're in safe handsYou will work closely with Randstad regarding the needs of individual students, and to ensure that any concerns are addressed in a timely manner. You will be expected to act professionally and maintain confidentiality within your role at all times, sharing all relevant information with Randstad to ensure the best possible service to your students. Further skills/requirements include:- Excellent interpersonal and communication skills- Ability to identify ways of helping students to build on their learning strengths whilst maintaining a confidential and professional working relationship- Accurate spelling and grammar skills- Punctuality and reliability- Good organisational skills- You must have experience of working within a Laboratory environment previously (either via your studies or work history) If you have the above and are interested in this rewarding part time role supporting students in Higher Education... we want to talk to you. Please apply today as with you on board we can really help higher education students have a better future. Randstad SWS acts as an employment business when supplying temporary staff and as an employment agency when introducing candidates for permanent employment with a client. Randstad SWS is an equal opportunities employer and decisions are made on merits alone.
    • keele, staffordshire
    • temporary
    • £14.60 - £14.60, per hour, Holiday Pay, Pension & Additional Benefits
    • part-time
    An exciting opportunity to work within the student Disability Services at a University based in the Newcastle-Under-Lyme area. Disability Adviser - Temporary Hours - Full-time ideal, part-time hours would be considered Start date - Immediately You will work on a temporary basis providing advice, guidance and support for autistic and neurodiverse students and prospective students in a HE setting. Working closely with other University Disability Services staff, you will work to ensure that information about students; academic access requirements and other measures and adjustments are communicated effectively and appropriately to academic staff. Benefits:- Starting ASAP- Full time hours - Part time hours may be considered- Flexible working/blended working- £14.60 Per Hour- 28 days holiday pay pro rata Responsibilities: - To provide advice and one-to-one support to current and prospective students, in order to enhance the student experience and enable academic progression.- To assess students' support requirements and provide information, advice and guidance to both students and staff regarding appropriate reasonable adjustments and a range of disabilities, including specific learning difficulties and mental health issues.- To work with academic departments and professional services to enhance existing services and/ or develop alternative programmes to minimise the impact on students and the institution of reduced DSA funding and to encourage inclusive teaching and support practices.- To work closely with the team to raise awareness across the University, and to develop a range of initiatives and developmental opportunities for disabled students, always ensuring that the most effective ways of accessing opportunities to participate in University life are fully explored.- To liaise with Student Finance and Needs Assessors as necessary to assist with DSA applications and update individual students' support packages.- To assist with and contribute to the development of the University's activities and policies in relation to disability matters to ensure compliance with all relevant legislation.- To be informed of best practice in relation to disabled students, particularly those with ASC.- To assist the Disability and Dyslexia Support Manager and team to ensure a holistic approach to support is delivered and with other staff in the Student Support and Development Service offering academic, welfare and careers support. Requirements: - Degree or equivalent level qualification - Experience of dealing with complex student issues within an Education environment (preferably Higher Education)- Knowledge and experience of inclusive teaching practices and disability issues. - Excellent interpersonal skills- Excellent administrative skills, including IT- Excellent communication skills- A working knowledge of Disabled Students Allowance- Highly motivated and well-organised- Able to work independently and flexibly, often to tight deadlines- An understanding of and empathy with the needs of disabled students- A commitment to the development of quality services for disabled students and working to enable students to participate effectively and achieve their full potential. Desirable: - Qualification in advice / guidance / training or A specialist qualification in the area of disability or A qualification insupporting students with Specific Learning Difficulties- Experience of working in a HE environment - Experience of dealing with complex cases and crisis situations. If you think you would be a suitable applicant and for more information around this role please apply for the position today.Randstad SWS acts as an employment business when supplying temporary staff and as an employment agency when introducing candidates for permanent employment with a client. Randstad SWS is an equal opportunities employer and decisions are made on merits alone.
    An exciting opportunity to work within the student Disability Services at a University based in the Newcastle-Under-Lyme area. Disability Adviser - Temporary Hours - Full-time ideal, part-time hours would be considered Start date - Immediately You will work on a temporary basis providing advice, guidance and support for autistic and neurodiverse students and prospective students in a HE setting. Working closely with other University Disability Services staff, you will work to ensure that information about students; academic access requirements and other measures and adjustments are communicated effectively and appropriately to academic staff. Benefits:- Starting ASAP- Full time hours - Part time hours may be considered- Flexible working/blended working- £14.60 Per Hour- 28 days holiday pay pro rata Responsibilities: - To provide advice and one-to-one support to current and prospective students, in order to enhance the student experience and enable academic progression.- To assess students' support requirements and provide information, advice and guidance to both students and staff regarding appropriate reasonable adjustments and a range of disabilities, including specific learning difficulties and mental health issues.- To work with academic departments and professional services to enhance existing services and/ or develop alternative programmes to minimise the impact on students and the institution of reduced DSA funding and to encourage inclusive teaching and support practices.- To work closely with the team to raise awareness across the University, and to develop a range of initiatives and developmental opportunities for disabled students, always ensuring that the most effective ways of accessing opportunities to participate in University life are fully explored.- To liaise with Student Finance and Needs Assessors as necessary to assist with DSA applications and update individual students' support packages.- To assist with and contribute to the development of the University's activities and policies in relation to disability matters to ensure compliance with all relevant legislation.- To be informed of best practice in relation to disabled students, particularly those with ASC.- To assist the Disability and Dyslexia Support Manager and team to ensure a holistic approach to support is delivered and with other staff in the Student Support and Development Service offering academic, welfare and careers support. Requirements: - Degree or equivalent level qualification - Experience of dealing with complex student issues within an Education environment (preferably Higher Education)- Knowledge and experience of inclusive teaching practices and disability issues. - Excellent interpersonal skills- Excellent administrative skills, including IT- Excellent communication skills- A working knowledge of Disabled Students Allowance- Highly motivated and well-organised- Able to work independently and flexibly, often to tight deadlines- An understanding of and empathy with the needs of disabled students- A commitment to the development of quality services for disabled students and working to enable students to participate effectively and achieve their full potential. Desirable: - Qualification in advice / guidance / training or A specialist qualification in the area of disability or A qualification insupporting students with Specific Learning Difficulties- Experience of working in a HE environment - Experience of dealing with complex cases and crisis situations. If you think you would be a suitable applicant and for more information around this role please apply for the position today.Randstad SWS acts as an employment business when supplying temporary staff and as an employment agency when introducing candidates for permanent employment with a client. Randstad SWS is an equal opportunities employer and decisions are made on merits alone.
    • keele, staffordshire
    • temporary
    • £9.00 - £11.00, per hour, +Holiday Pay, Pension & Additional Benefits
    • part-time
    Are you looking for a part-time role? Would you like a role that could fit around schedule? Do you like helping others reach their potential?Randstad Student & Worker Support are looking for reliable and committed individuals to work with Students at Keele University to provide specialist notetaking support. Working as a specialist note taker you will be providing an essential service to students with disabilities whilst having the chance to learn something new every day. You will attend a variety of lectures and seminars and take accurate notes for students who find it hard to makes note themselves due to their disability. Benefits:- Flexible working hours- E-learning and CPD- 28 days holiday pay pro-rata- £9 - 11 per hour - you will receive this rate, plus your benefits such as holidays- Working for the UK's leading provider- Improving your knowledge for free by being a part of higher education lecturesResponsibilities:Providing note taking support to students suffering from disabilities/mental health conditions your responsibilities will include:- Producing accurate and legible notes for lectures, seminars/tutorials, and group tasks- Reviewing notes at the end of the lecture and ensuring that they are in a suitable format for the student to access effectively- Maintaining a professional role as a note taker and being aware of the need to maintain this professional relationship with the student at all times- Acting in the best interests of learners at all times whilst also working within the policies and procedures of the institutionYou will work closely with Randstad regarding the needs of individual students, and to ensure that any concerns are addressed in a timely manner. You will be expected to act professionally and maintain confidentiality within your role at all times, sharing all relevant information with Randstad to ensure the best possible service to your students.Requirements:- Have neat handwriting - able to produce notes in a legible and presentable manner- Good typing skills - preferable- Accurate spelling and grammar skills- Punctuality and reliability- You will need to be able to work quickly and under time restrictions- Good organisational skills- Ideally you will have experience in working with specific learning difficulties individuals in higher or further education- Degree (Desirable) Successful applicants will be invited to take part in a telephone assessment and also interviewed to discuss suitability for the role.If you would like to start help make a difference in student's academic studies and have the above skills, then apply to this rewarding part time role!For further information, please contact Emily Rogers on 0161 247 8800 or send your CV with a covering emailRandstad SWS acts as an employment business when supplying temporary staff and as an employment agency when introducing candidates for permanent employment with a client. Randstad SWS is an equal opportunities employer and decisions are made on merits alone.
    Are you looking for a part-time role? Would you like a role that could fit around schedule? Do you like helping others reach their potential?Randstad Student & Worker Support are looking for reliable and committed individuals to work with Students at Keele University to provide specialist notetaking support. Working as a specialist note taker you will be providing an essential service to students with disabilities whilst having the chance to learn something new every day. You will attend a variety of lectures and seminars and take accurate notes for students who find it hard to makes note themselves due to their disability. Benefits:- Flexible working hours- E-learning and CPD- 28 days holiday pay pro-rata- £9 - 11 per hour - you will receive this rate, plus your benefits such as holidays- Working for the UK's leading provider- Improving your knowledge for free by being a part of higher education lecturesResponsibilities:Providing note taking support to students suffering from disabilities/mental health conditions your responsibilities will include:- Producing accurate and legible notes for lectures, seminars/tutorials, and group tasks- Reviewing notes at the end of the lecture and ensuring that they are in a suitable format for the student to access effectively- Maintaining a professional role as a note taker and being aware of the need to maintain this professional relationship with the student at all times- Acting in the best interests of learners at all times whilst also working within the policies and procedures of the institutionYou will work closely with Randstad regarding the needs of individual students, and to ensure that any concerns are addressed in a timely manner. You will be expected to act professionally and maintain confidentiality within your role at all times, sharing all relevant information with Randstad to ensure the best possible service to your students.Requirements:- Have neat handwriting - able to produce notes in a legible and presentable manner- Good typing skills - preferable- Accurate spelling and grammar skills- Punctuality and reliability- You will need to be able to work quickly and under time restrictions- Good organisational skills- Ideally you will have experience in working with specific learning difficulties individuals in higher or further education- Degree (Desirable) Successful applicants will be invited to take part in a telephone assessment and also interviewed to discuss suitability for the role.If you would like to start help make a difference in student's academic studies and have the above skills, then apply to this rewarding part time role!For further information, please contact Emily Rogers on 0161 247 8800 or send your CV with a covering emailRandstad SWS acts as an employment business when supplying temporary staff and as an employment agency when introducing candidates for permanent employment with a client. Randstad SWS is an equal opportunities employer and decisions are made on merits alone.
    • stoke on trent, staffordshire
    • permanent
    • £25,511 - £40,533 per year
    • full-time
    'The art of teaching is the art of assisting discovery.' Do you have experience and great passion teaching in SEND settings? Are you looking for a full time position starting this September? This warm and welcoming SEN school is designed to meet the educational and therapeutic needs for students (age 6 - 19 years). The children and young people have a range of special needs including Autistic Spectrum Conditions (ASC). You will be ensuring that school is an exciting and social experience for your students by helping to become confident and independent young people. As part of this award winning team you will have the opportunity to improve the quality of life and life chances for our students both now and for their future. We are looking for a passionate and skilled teacher to join our education team on a full time, permanent basis ASAP (term time only). This is your opportunity to join a school and team that is striving to provide the highest quality of education and outcomes for our young people. It will be your role to provide high quality, challenging and differentiated learning through a broad and balanced curriculum, with the aim of ensuring that every young person is able to achieve their very best possible outcomes and full potential for future life. School Benefits-On site parking-Top of the range technology and modern resources-Extensive grounds/ access to all onsite facilities including gym-Team days and events (monthly and fully funded)-Brilliant career progression opportunities-A unique teaching approach Your responsibilities will include:-Using your interests to engage students in learning-Planning, preparing and delivering engaging lessons-Enabling learners to access the curriculum-Assisting students during class making sure they are on track-Supporting the pastoral needs of the learners-Being an active part in setting the learning environment-Liaising with support staff to ensure a smooth running class An ideal candidate may possess the following skills and capabilities:-The ability to work with learners that have various learning difficulties-The ability to work as an individual and as a part of the team-Flexibility in your approach to education-A willingness to learn and build relationships with learners-Teaching Qualification and Qualified teacher status (QTS) Does this sound like the perfect role for you? Apply now as we are interviewing candidates for this role in the next couple of weeks! For more information about this role and to apply, please contact Bryony di Cara on 07546027009. If this isn't the right role for you, we have an array of positions across the UK which may also be of interest to you. Randstad Education maintains the highest standard of child safety and compliance when placing candidates into schools. Any successful candidates will be subject to the compliance process that also includes the enhanced DBS check.
    'The art of teaching is the art of assisting discovery.' Do you have experience and great passion teaching in SEND settings? Are you looking for a full time position starting this September? This warm and welcoming SEN school is designed to meet the educational and therapeutic needs for students (age 6 - 19 years). The children and young people have a range of special needs including Autistic Spectrum Conditions (ASC). You will be ensuring that school is an exciting and social experience for your students by helping to become confident and independent young people. As part of this award winning team you will have the opportunity to improve the quality of life and life chances for our students both now and for their future. We are looking for a passionate and skilled teacher to join our education team on a full time, permanent basis ASAP (term time only). This is your opportunity to join a school and team that is striving to provide the highest quality of education and outcomes for our young people. It will be your role to provide high quality, challenging and differentiated learning through a broad and balanced curriculum, with the aim of ensuring that every young person is able to achieve their very best possible outcomes and full potential for future life. School Benefits-On site parking-Top of the range technology and modern resources-Extensive grounds/ access to all onsite facilities including gym-Team days and events (monthly and fully funded)-Brilliant career progression opportunities-A unique teaching approach Your responsibilities will include:-Using your interests to engage students in learning-Planning, preparing and delivering engaging lessons-Enabling learners to access the curriculum-Assisting students during class making sure they are on track-Supporting the pastoral needs of the learners-Being an active part in setting the learning environment-Liaising with support staff to ensure a smooth running class An ideal candidate may possess the following skills and capabilities:-The ability to work with learners that have various learning difficulties-The ability to work as an individual and as a part of the team-Flexibility in your approach to education-A willingness to learn and build relationships with learners-Teaching Qualification and Qualified teacher status (QTS) Does this sound like the perfect role for you? Apply now as we are interviewing candidates for this role in the next couple of weeks! For more information about this role and to apply, please contact Bryony di Cara on 07546027009. If this isn't the right role for you, we have an array of positions across the UK which may also be of interest to you. Randstad Education maintains the highest standard of child safety and compliance when placing candidates into schools. Any successful candidates will be subject to the compliance process that also includes the enhanced DBS check.
    • stoke on trent, staffordshire
    • permanent
    • £25,511 - £40,766 per year
    • full-time
    SEN Teacher (Secondary) - Stoke-on-Trent£25,244 - £40,831 per annum (+ any relevant SEN points)Full timeStarting ASAPDo you live to deliver fun, interactive and though provoking lessons?Do you love education and want to share you passion with others?Do you want to make a difference to SEN learners lives?If you answered yes then here is your opportunity, your dream job!Passionate and inspiring SEN teacher required for an established and popular SEN school in Stoke. This role is needed on a full time basis starting ASAP. The school currently has 70+ pupils on role and supports learners between the ages of 11 and 19 years with SEMH and complex Needs. The school is part residential and offers spacious grounds. The school can offer brilliant resources and modern technology and every classroom is spacious and bright. Every class has TA support with high staff to pupil ratios. This is an innovative and dynamic school that aims and succeeds in offering a child focused curriculum that is perfectly balanced between creative and educational. Children at this school are seen to make good progress with several pupils achieving and obtaining national qualifications and or equivalent (above the national average). This school is commended for its community ethos and strong team. The school is equally invested in their staff and for this reason offers a progressive career plan (with brilliant career progression opportunities) and lots of fun filled team days and activities. This is a fun and rewarding working environment with the supportive senior leadership promoting their open door policy. This department is the talk of the school after successfully exceeding expectations and national averages year on year!Benefits:- Accessible Public transport links- Onsite Parking available- TA support in every classroom- Bright and spacious classrooms with top of the range resources and technology- Warm and welcoming staff room with a ready supply of team and biscuits- Fun filled team days and activities- Brilliant career progression opportunitiesAll applicants for this position must have the following requirements to be considered:- Teaching Qualification- Relevant teaching experience (Must be able to provide 2 teaching references)- Relevant knowledge of the current national curriculum- Eligibility to work in the UKResponsibilities:- Providing engaging and interactive lessons- Communicating with parents and carers over pupils' progress and participating in departmental meetings, parents' evenings and whole school training events- Planning and preparing all subjects within the current national curriculumIf you want to know more about this fabulous opportunity or wish to send us your application then please don't hesitate to apply now! If you have any questions regarding this role please call and speak to Bryony on 07546027009.This role is open to receiving applications over the next two weeks. Within a week of the closing date, appropriate applicants will begin a three-stage interview process, after which shortlisted candidates will be invited to attend the final stage of the interview process with appropriate school leadership.
    SEN Teacher (Secondary) - Stoke-on-Trent£25,244 - £40,831 per annum (+ any relevant SEN points)Full timeStarting ASAPDo you live to deliver fun, interactive and though provoking lessons?Do you love education and want to share you passion with others?Do you want to make a difference to SEN learners lives?If you answered yes then here is your opportunity, your dream job!Passionate and inspiring SEN teacher required for an established and popular SEN school in Stoke. This role is needed on a full time basis starting ASAP. The school currently has 70+ pupils on role and supports learners between the ages of 11 and 19 years with SEMH and complex Needs. The school is part residential and offers spacious grounds. The school can offer brilliant resources and modern technology and every classroom is spacious and bright. Every class has TA support with high staff to pupil ratios. This is an innovative and dynamic school that aims and succeeds in offering a child focused curriculum that is perfectly balanced between creative and educational. Children at this school are seen to make good progress with several pupils achieving and obtaining national qualifications and or equivalent (above the national average). This school is commended for its community ethos and strong team. The school is equally invested in their staff and for this reason offers a progressive career plan (with brilliant career progression opportunities) and lots of fun filled team days and activities. This is a fun and rewarding working environment with the supportive senior leadership promoting their open door policy. This department is the talk of the school after successfully exceeding expectations and national averages year on year!Benefits:- Accessible Public transport links- Onsite Parking available- TA support in every classroom- Bright and spacious classrooms with top of the range resources and technology- Warm and welcoming staff room with a ready supply of team and biscuits- Fun filled team days and activities- Brilliant career progression opportunitiesAll applicants for this position must have the following requirements to be considered:- Teaching Qualification- Relevant teaching experience (Must be able to provide 2 teaching references)- Relevant knowledge of the current national curriculum- Eligibility to work in the UKResponsibilities:- Providing engaging and interactive lessons- Communicating with parents and carers over pupils' progress and participating in departmental meetings, parents' evenings and whole school training events- Planning and preparing all subjects within the current national curriculumIf you want to know more about this fabulous opportunity or wish to send us your application then please don't hesitate to apply now! If you have any questions regarding this role please call and speak to Bryony on 07546027009.This role is open to receiving applications over the next two weeks. Within a week of the closing date, appropriate applicants will begin a three-stage interview process, after which shortlisted candidates will be invited to attend the final stage of the interview process with appropriate school leadership.
    • staffordshire, staffordshire
    • temporary
    • £8.91 - £11.00, per hour, +Holiday Pay, Pension & Additional Benefits
    • part-time
    Are you looking for a part-time role? Would you like a role that could fit around your schedule at University or around your current family commitments? If yes, then we may have the perfect opportunity for you where you can help other reach their potential. Randstad Student & Worker Support is looking for reliable and committed individuals to work with students based at Universities in Staffordshire (Staffordshire & Keele university) and surrounding areas to provide Notetaking support for September 2021.Working as a Specialist Note-taker you will be providing an essential service to students with disabilities whilst having the chance to learn something new every day. You will attend a variety of lectures and seminars and take accurate notes for students who find it hard to makes note themselves due to their disability.Benefits:- Flexible working hours - work from home opportunities - E-learning and CPD- 28 days holiday pay pro-rata- £8.91-£11 per hour - you will receive this rate, plus your benefits such as holidays- Working for the UK's leading provider- Improving your knowledge for free by being a part of higher education lecturesResponsibilities:Providing note taking support to students suffering from disabilities/mental health conditions your responsibilities will include:- Producing accurate and legible notes for lectures, seminars/tutorials, and group tasks- Reviewing notes at the end of the lecture and ensuring that they are in a suitable format for the student to access effectively- Maintaining a professional role as a notetaker and being aware of the need to maintain this professional relationship with the student at all times- Acting in the best interests of learners at all times whilst also working within the policies and procedures of the institution- You will work closely with Randstad regarding the needs of individual students, and to ensure that any concerns are addressed in a timely manner. You will be expected to act professionally and maintain confidentiality within your role at all times, sharing all relevant information with Randstad to ensure the best possible service to your students.Requirements:- Have neat handwriting - able to produce notes in a legible and presentable manner- Good typing skills - Accurate spelling and grammar skills- Punctuality and reliability- You will need to be able to work quickly and under time restrictions- Good organisational skills- Ideally, you will have experience in working with specific learning difficulties individuals in higher or further education- Degree (Desirable)Successful applicants will be invited to take part in a telephone assessment and also interviewed to discuss suitability for the role.If you would like to start help make a difference in student's academic studies and have the above skills, then apply to this rewarding part-time role!Randstad SWS acts as an employment business when supplying temporary staff and as an employment agency when introducing candidates for permanent employment with a client. Randstad SWS is an equal opportunities employer and decisions are made on merits alone.
    Are you looking for a part-time role? Would you like a role that could fit around your schedule at University or around your current family commitments? If yes, then we may have the perfect opportunity for you where you can help other reach their potential. Randstad Student & Worker Support is looking for reliable and committed individuals to work with students based at Universities in Staffordshire (Staffordshire & Keele university) and surrounding areas to provide Notetaking support for September 2021.Working as a Specialist Note-taker you will be providing an essential service to students with disabilities whilst having the chance to learn something new every day. You will attend a variety of lectures and seminars and take accurate notes for students who find it hard to makes note themselves due to their disability.Benefits:- Flexible working hours - work from home opportunities - E-learning and CPD- 28 days holiday pay pro-rata- £8.91-£11 per hour - you will receive this rate, plus your benefits such as holidays- Working for the UK's leading provider- Improving your knowledge for free by being a part of higher education lecturesResponsibilities:Providing note taking support to students suffering from disabilities/mental health conditions your responsibilities will include:- Producing accurate and legible notes for lectures, seminars/tutorials, and group tasks- Reviewing notes at the end of the lecture and ensuring that they are in a suitable format for the student to access effectively- Maintaining a professional role as a notetaker and being aware of the need to maintain this professional relationship with the student at all times- Acting in the best interests of learners at all times whilst also working within the policies and procedures of the institution- You will work closely with Randstad regarding the needs of individual students, and to ensure that any concerns are addressed in a timely manner. You will be expected to act professionally and maintain confidentiality within your role at all times, sharing all relevant information with Randstad to ensure the best possible service to your students.Requirements:- Have neat handwriting - able to produce notes in a legible and presentable manner- Good typing skills - Accurate spelling and grammar skills- Punctuality and reliability- You will need to be able to work quickly and under time restrictions- Good organisational skills- Ideally, you will have experience in working with specific learning difficulties individuals in higher or further education- Degree (Desirable)Successful applicants will be invited to take part in a telephone assessment and also interviewed to discuss suitability for the role.If you would like to start help make a difference in student's academic studies and have the above skills, then apply to this rewarding part-time role!Randstad SWS acts as an employment business when supplying temporary staff and as an employment agency when introducing candidates for permanent employment with a client. Randstad SWS is an equal opportunities employer and decisions are made on merits alone.

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