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Administration/Clerical/Customer Service
Business Services Assistant                                                                JOB/21/00254
Grade 5 £9,466.56 - £9,655.56 per annum ● 18 hours and 30 minutes per week ● County Hall, Matlock
Part Time ● Permanent ● Economy, Transport and Environment

Economy, Transport and Environment seek to recruit a highly motivated individual to work as part of the Business
Support Team, providing administrative support to the School Bus Team.
You will be required to perform a variety of duties which includes; liaising with schools, local bus companies,
parents and council colleagues.

You will also be required to provide other administrative support as required, including processing invoices for
payment, taking notes at meetings, compiling simple spreadsheets and covering tasks for colleagues as required.
The successful applicant must be numerate, flexible, possess good interpersonal skills, and able to organise and
prioritise their own workload to meet strict deadlines. Attention to detail and accuracy are essential requirements of
the post. The post holder should have excellent communication skills, and a working knowledge of Microsoft
packages.

The working pattern for the successful candidate will be:

Week 1: all day Monday and Tuesday
Week 2: all day Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday

The ability to speak fluent English in order to be able to communicate fully in the role with clients/the public is
required.

Provisional Interview Date: Week commencing 8 March 2021.

Closing Date 28 February 2021

Business Services Assistant                                                                JOB/21/00269
Grade 6 £19,697 - £20,145 per annum ● 37 hours per week ● South Derbyshire District Council Offices
(DCC), Swadlincote
Full Time ● Permanent ● Adult Social Care and Health

We are looking for a committed and flexible person to be part of the Business Services Management team based in
South Derbyshire area, Swadlincote. The successful applicant will need significant supervisory experience and will
be required to supervise a team of admin staff. The post holder will undertake a wide range of administrative
duties such as minute taking, support to managers and processing financial information. Appropriate information &
technology (IT) skills which includes using a range of different IT systems and bespoke packages, ability to work to
deadlines and an understanding of confidentiality is essential to this post. Candidates should be qualified to
vocational/NVQ or equivalent.

The post holder will be expected to work from home as well as an office so it is essential to have good internet
access at home.

As part of this vacancy there will be a requirement to travel.

Provisional Interview Date: 2 March 2021. Interviews will be conducted via Microsoft teams or Skype

Closing Date 21 February 2021
Driver                                                                                                 JOB/21/00274
Grade 4 £18,561 per annum ● 37 hours per week ● County Hall, Matlock
Full Time ● Permanent ● Commissioning, Communities and Policy

To carry out a range of duties including opening and distributing post, scanning, print and van deliveries. You will
have sound administrative skills including the use of Microsoft word and excel, and the ability to work to deadlines.
The post holder will be able to work with minimal supervision in a busy office area and adopt a flexible approach to
tasks undertaken. Working as part of a team is essential as is the ability to prioritise workload and an
understanding of confidentiality. The post holder must have a full driving licence.

This position will be focused around driving a van around Derbyshire delivering mail, library books and other items
to DCC establishments.

Provisional Interview Date 29 March 2021

Closing Date 28 February 2021

Driver                                                                                                 JOB/21/00276
Grade 4 £18,561 per annum ● 37 hours per week ● County Hall, Matlock
Full Time ● Permanent ● Commissioning, Communities and Policy

To carry out a range of duties including opening and distributing post, scanning, print and van deliveries. You will
have sound administrative skills including the use of Microsoft word and excel, and the ability to work to deadlines.
The post holder will be able to work with minimal supervision in a busy office area and adopt a flexible approach to
tasks undertaken. Working as part of a team is essential as is the ability to prioritise workload and an
understanding of confidentiality. The post holder must have a full driving licence.

This position will be focused around driving a van around Derbyshire delivering mail, library books and other items
to DCC establishments.

Application forms can be returned via email attachment to jobs@derbyshire.gov.uk or a hard copy can be sent to
Shared Services Centre, Derbyshire County Council, County Hall, Matlock, DE4 3AG

Provisional Interview Date: 29 March 2021

Closing Date 28 February 2021
Care/Social Work
Please note that if you already work in another health and social care setting (e.g. another care home, home care
provider or hospital ward) and intend to remain in that job, we will be unable to offer you a post with us at the
moment. This is due to Public Health England guidance that advises care staff should not move between facilities
due to the risk of transferring coronavirus.

Night Care Assistant (2 Posts)                                                               JOB/20/01539
Grade 5 £18,933 - £19,311 per annum, A temporary *market supplement of £1,024 per annum (pro rata
for part time hours) is currently payable to 31 March 2021 ● Various ● Hopewell Children's Home, Clay
Cross
Part Time ● Permanent ● Childrens Services

We are inviting applications from caring and creative people, who are highly motivated and enthusiastic.
Would you like to work as part of a team that acts as good parents, and provides a warm and caring home for
children and young people? Can you nurture the talents and interests of young people and support each young
person to develop as a whole person?

You will be working in a small residential care home responsible for children with a small staff team who provide
support and a child centred service to children/young people working in partnership with them, their families or
carers and with colleagues from other settings.

You must be of good integrity and character.

You must have the appropriate skills and experience that you will be expected to perform of working with and
understanding the factors that lead children and young people into residential care, together with an understanding
of the Children Act, the Quality Care Standards and Childrens Homes (England) Regulations 2015.

You must hold, or be already working towards or be willing to undertake and complete within 2 years of starting
work in a children’s home the Level 3 Children & Young Peoples Workforce Diploma with Social Care Pathway
(England) 2015 or have an equivalent qualification, (such as, The Level 3 Diploma for Residential Childcare or The
NVQ 3 Caring for Children & Young People or The NVQ 3 in Health & Social Care) completing any work identified
to meet the required level to consider as “an equivalent qualification” to the Level 3 Children & Young Peoples
Workforce Diploma with Social Care Pathway (England) 2015.

The available roles are:

      1 Post - 37 hours per week, £18,933 - £19,311 per annum

      1 Post - 24 hours per week, £12,279.96 - £12,525.12 per annum

This post requires regular weekend work and is mainly overnight working.

For an informal discussion contact Ryan Mawbey (Hopewell Manager) on 07551485791.

(For further information please see overleaf)
Plain/enhanced         Basic hourly         Unsocial hours        Market supplement Total hourly
hours                      rate              enhancement                                rate
Monday to Sunday       £9.81-                       £0                   £0.53/hr            £10.34-£10.54
7am-7pm: plain         £10.01/hr
time
Monday to Sunday       £9.81-                £3.18-£3.24/hr              £0.53/hr            £13.52-£13.78
7pm-7am: plain         £10.01/hr
time plus one third
Bank Holidays all  £9.81-                    £9.55-£9.74/hr              £0.53/hr            £19.89-£20.28
hours: double time £10.01/hr

      *A temporary market supplement is attached to this post, which is a separate
       payment in addition to the normal salary. A review of market conditions will be
       carried out 6 months prior to the proposed end date to establish if the market
       supplement should continue. Where a market supplement payment is due to be
       withdrawn or changed, all affected employees will receive contractual notice of one
       month.

Interviews will be conducted via Skype

Closing Date 28 February 2021

Care Worker (Community) (2 Posts)                                                              JOB/20/02726
Grade 5 Post 1 - 32 hours £16,375.20 - £16,702.08 per annum, Post 2 - 16 hours £8,186.64 - £8,350.08 per
annum ● Post 1 -32 hours per week and Post 2 - 16 hours per week ● Thomas Fields Extra Care, Buxton
Part Time ● Fixed Term - Covering for maternity leave ● Adult Social Care and Health

Could you make a make a difference to the life of an older or disabled person? We are looking for people to join our
valued care teams helping Derbyshire residents lead independent, dignified lives for the people living in the new
Extra Care Housing, Thomas Fields in Buxton.

As a care worker (community) you’ll be ensuring people stay healthy, happy and well in their own homes by helping
them with a variety of everyday tasks including assisting with medication.

You do not need previous experience as we will give you all the training and support you need to do the job.
If you are looking for a rewarding job working on a three shift pattern, good rates of pay and a good pension, free
uniform, high quality training and many other benefits including a minimum of five weeks holiday and eight bank
holidays a year (pro- rata) and extra pay for unsocial hours, we would like to hear from you.

You will need to travel around the area to take up this role.

Closing Date 28 February 2021
Care Worker                                                                               JOB/21/00035
Grade 5 £11,855.88 - £12,092.52 per annum ● 23 hours and 10 minutes per week ● Florence Shipley Centre,
Heanor
Part Time ● Fixed Term - Covering for sick leave ● Adult Social Care and Health

We are recruiting a Care Worker to help our residents lead dignified lives. Working as part of a valued care team
you will be ensuring our residents stay happy, healthy and well by helping them with everyday tasks such as
washing and dressing, eating meals, taking medication and socialising.

Understanding the needs of older people, including those with dementia, is an important part of the work.
If you think you can make a positive difference to an older or disabled person’s life and would like a rewarding job
with room for progression, we would like to hear from you.

You do not need previous experience as we will give you all the training and support that you will need to do the
job. There will also be ongoing support and mentoring from experienced staff.

Working hours are flexible based on a three-shift pattern and we offer good rates of pay and a good pension, free
uniform, high quality training and many other benefits including a minimum of five weeks holiday and eight Bank
Holidays a year (pro-rata), and extra pay for unsocial hours.

For informal enquiries please contact Unit Manager Paul Morris, telephone number 01629 531367

Closing Date 28 February 2021

Care Worker                                                                               JOB/21/00178
Grade 5 £14,328.48 - £14,614.56 per annum ● 28 hours per week ● The Leys Home for Older People,
Ashbourne
Part Time ● Permanent ● Adult Social Care and Health

We’re recruiting a Care Workers to help our residents lead dignified lives. Working as part of a valued care team
you’ll be ensuring our residents stay happy, healthy and well by helping them with everyday tasks such as washing
and dressing, eating meals, taking medication and socializing.

Understanding the needs of older people, including those with dementia, is an important part of the work.
If you think you can make a positive difference to an older or disabled person’s life and would like a rewarding job
with room for progression, we want to hear from you.

You don’t need previous experience as we’ll give you all the training and support that you will need to do the job.
There’ll also be ongoing support and mentoring from experienced staff.

Working hours are flexible based on a three-shift pattern and we offer good rates of pay and a good pension, free
uniform, high quality training and many other benefits including a minimum of five weeks holiday and eight Bank
Holidays a year (pro-rata), and extra pay for unsocial hours.

Please note that if you already work in another health and social care setting (e.g. another care home, home care
provider or hospital ward) and intend to remain in that job, we will be unable to offer you a post with us at the
moment. This is due to Public Health England guidance that advises care staff should not move between facilities
due to the risk of transferring coronavirus.

For informal enquiries please contact Unit Manager Juanita Wheeldon, telephone number 01629 532659.

Closing Date 28 February 2021
Care Worker (Community) (2 Posts)                                                          JOB/21/00186
Grade 5 £8,186.64 - £8,350.08 per annum ● 16 hours per week ● South Derbyshire District Council (DCC),
Swadlincote
Part Time ● Permanent ● Adult Social Care and Health

Could you make a make a difference to the life of an older or disabled person? These posts will be in an Extracare
setting at Oaklands Village in Swadlincote and will predominantly work within the building, however there may be
occasions when asked to work in the community.

As a Care Worker (Community) you will be ensuring people stay healthy, happy and well by helping them with a
variety of everyday tasks including assisting with medication.

You don’t need previous experience as we’ll give you all the training and support you need to do the job.
If you’re looking for a rewarding job that offers flexible working hours, good rates of pay and a good pension, free
uniform, high quality training and many other benefits including a minimum of five weeks holiday and eight bank
holidays a year (pro- rata) and extra pay for unsocial hours, we’d like to hear from you.

Closing Date 28 February 2021

Deputy Unit Manager                                                                      JOB/21/00205
Grade 10 £14.87 - £16.50 per hour ● As and when required ● Rowthorne Home for Older People,
Swanwick
No Guaranteed Hours ● Relief ● Adult Social Care and Health

We are looking for an organised, efficient and professional person to support the Unit Manager and Deputy
Manager.

The post holder will support the current management team with the day to day running tasks within the home when
required. The post holder will be required to cover for sickness and annual leave. The duties include using Mosaic,
carrying out auditing tasks, monitoring the staffing, supervision and dealing with medication.

Provisional Interview Date: 1 March 2021

Closing Date 21 February 2021

Social Worker                                                                                  JOB/21/00226
Grade 9 - 11 £25,753 - £36,155 per annum ● 37 hours per week ● Erewash Hub, Ilkeston
Full Time ● Temporary - Covering for secondment 1 February 2022 ● Adult Social Care and Health

A position has arisen for a suitably qualified and experienced Social Worker to join the Erewash First Response
Personalisation and Prevention Team.

The Team manages all new referrals and assessments into the Erewash Area, working with adults with a range of
disabilities and care and support needs, including Older People.

Experience of using a strength based, person centred approach is desirable. The team seeks to maximise
independence wherever possible, supporting them to achieve re-ablement goals, preventing reliance upon long
term services. We also manage new Safeguarding initial inquiries, so experience and knowledge of this area of
work would be an advantage. The team is very busy and fast paced, so the ability to manage a caseload effectively
is essential.

Provisional Interview Date: 5 March 2021

Closing Date 28 February 2021
Care Worker                                                                                      JOB/21/00210
Grade 5 £10,888.32 - £11,105.76 per annum ● 21 hours and 17 minutes per week ● The Grange Home for
Older People, Eckington
Part Time ● Fixed Term - Due to the current COVID-19 situation 6 months from start date ● Adult Social Care and
Health

We are recruiting Care Workers to help our residents lead dignified lives. Working as part of a valued care team
you will be ensuring our residents stay happy, healthy and well by helping them with everyday tasks such as
washing, dressing, eating meals, taking medication and socialising.

Understanding the needs of older people, including those with dementia, is an important part of the work. If you
think you can make a positive difference to an older or disabled person’s life and would like a rewarding job with
room for progression, we want to hear from you.

You don’t need previous experience as we will give you all the training and support that you will need to do the job.
There will also be ongoing support and mentoring from experienced staff.

Working hours are flexible based on a three-shift pattern and we offer good rates of pay and a good pension, free
uniform, high quality training and many other benefits including a minimum of five weeks holiday and eight Bank
Holidays a year (pro rata), and extra pay for unsocial hours.

There are a number of fixed term hours available for 6 months.

Closing Date 28 February 2021

Care Worker                                                                               JOB/21/00218
Grade 5 £9,210.96 - £9,394.80 per annum ● 18 hours per week ● The Leys, Home for Older People,
Ashbourne
Part Time ● Permanent ● Adult Social Care and Health

We’re recruiting a Care Workers to help our residents lead dignified lives. Working as part of a valued care team
you’ll be ensuring our residents stay happy, healthy and well by helping them with everyday tasks such as washing
and dressing, eating meals, taking medication and socializing.

Understanding the needs of older people, including those with dementia, is an important part of the work.
If you think you can make a positive difference to an older or disabled person’s life and would like a rewarding job
with room for progression, we want to hear from you.

You don’t need previous experience as we’ll give you all the training and support that you will need to do the job.
There’ll also be ongoing support and mentoring from experienced staff.

Working hours are flexible based on a three-shift pattern and we offer good rates of pay and a good pension, free
uniform, high quality training and many other benefits including a minimum of five weeks holiday and eight Bank
Holidays a year (pro-rata), and extra pay for unsocial hours.

For informal enquiries please contact Unit Manager Juanita Wheeldon, telephone number 01629 532659.

Closing Date 28 February 2021
Care Worker                                                                               JOB/21/00219
Grade 5 £8,699.76 - £8,873.40 per annum ● 17 hours per week ● The Leys Home for Older People,
Ashbourne
Part Time ● Permanent ● Adult Social Care and Health

We’re recruiting a Care Workers to help our residents lead dignified lives. Working as part of a valued care team
you’ll be ensuring our residents stay happy, healthy and well by helping them with everyday tasks such as washing
and dressing, eating meals, taking medication and socializing.

Understanding the needs of older people, including those with dementia, is an important part of the work.
If you think you can make a positive difference to an older or disabled person’s life and would like a rewarding job
with room for progression, we want to hear from you.

You don’t need previous experience as we’ll give you all the training and support that you will need to do the job.
There’ll also be ongoing support and mentoring from experienced staff.

Please note that if you already work in another health and social care setting (e.g. another care home, home care
provider or hospital ward) and intend to remain in that job, we will be unable to offer you a post with us at the
moment. This is due to Public Health England guidance that advises care staff should not move between facilities
due to the risk of transferring coronavirus.

Working hours are flexible based on a three-shift pattern and we offer good rates of pay and a good pension, free
uniform, high quality training and many other benefits including a minimum of five weeks holiday and eight Bank
Holidays a year (pro-rata), and extra pay for unsocial hours.

For informal enquiries please contact Unit Manager Juanita Wheeldon, telephone number 01629 532659.

The job may require unsocial hours working including weekends and Bank Holidays. Payment arrangements will be
detailed in any contract offer made. Saturday and Sunday hours will be paid at plain time where it is part of your
normal working pattern unless it is between 7pm and 7am, where enhanced rates of pay apply. Enhanced pay
rates are paid for Bank Holiday working.

Closing Date 28 February 2021

Deputy Unit Manager                                                                        JOB/21/00223
Grade 10 £14.87 - £16.50 per hour ● As and when required ● Lace Maker Court Residential and Community
Care Centre, Long Eaton
No Guaranteed Hours ● Relief ● Adult Social Care and Health

Lace Maker Court is a Specialist Dementia Unit. This is an exciting opportunity to join this dedicated team who are
committed to promoting dignity and respect and choice and control to all of the Service Unit Users.

The successful candidate will support the Unit Manager as and when required to meet the needs of the service,
you will cover for absence and annual leave as requested by the Unit Manager.

You should have good knowledge or willingness to learn about the illness and an understanding of the
principles of management to effectively lead a team and provide motivation and professional direction and
support.

Provisional Interview Date: 1 March 2021

Closing Date 21 February 2021
Enablement Worker (2 Posts)                                                              JOB/21/00230
Grade 5 £18,933 - £19,311 per annum ● 37 hours per week ● High Peak and Derbyshire Dales
Full Time ● Permanent ● Adult Social Care and Health

An opportunity has arisen to apply for the position of Enablement Worker within the Mental Health Enablement
service. The applicant will need to be a motivated, enthusiastic individual with the ability to provide a wide range of
practical, social and general support services for individuals experiencing difficulties in managing their day to day
lives. The successful applicant will typically work alone and will provide support to clients on a 1:1 basis in the
community in line with the agreed Personal Service Plan.

The position will involve providing support to clients across the High Peak and Derbyshire Dales localities. You will
therefore be expected to travel throughout a large geographical area, and on occasion to other locations within
Derbyshire. *Please state if you are a car driver on your application.

The service predominately works with working age adults with a mental health need on a short term basis to
support them through periods of crisis, to promote independence, connect people with their communities and to
support discharge from hospital. The team of Enablement workers also provide some long term packages of
support.

The service provides time limited support, highly focused on maximizing independence to reduce ongoing care and
support needs. We aim to support clients to become more resilient in managing their mental health issues, and
reduce risk by enabling them to gain skills, and build confidence in a way that empowers them to exercise
maximum choice and control.

Inspiring confidence and motivation is a key factor, alongside regular goal setting to achieve daily living tasks such
as self-care, money management, addressing hoarding issues, accessing public transport, referring to outreach
services such as welfare rights, adult learning, housing etc. Assisting people to build social networks to promote a
sense of wellbeing and belonging.

Responsibilities include:

      Acting in accordance with DCC policies and procedures, including that of safeguarding, confidentiality and
       Health & Safety
      Lone working in the community with clients, following the risk assessments in place
      Planning own work schedule with support from the Senior Enablement Worker
      Completing all training requirements and ongoing development
      Using electronic systems to record all work accurately and factually in line with the requirement of the DCC
       monitoring and evaluation process
      Liaise with colleagues, contribute to team meetings/reviews, and maintain good working relationships with
       Adult Care Social Work Teams, Community Mental Health Teams, the Recovery and Peer Support Service
       and other agencies as appropriate

Provisional Interview Date: 11 March 2021

Closing Date 28 February 2021
Deputy Unit Manager                                                                             JOB/21/00236
Grade 10 £19,380.48 - £21,508.92 per annum ● 25 hours per week ● Lace Maker Court, Long
Eaton
Part Time ● Permanent ● Adult Social Care and Health Lace Maker Court is a Specialist Dementia Unit.

This is an exciting opportunity to join this dedicated team who are committed to promoting dignity and respect and
choice and control to all of the Service Unit Users.

The successful candidate will support the Unit Manager to meet the needs of the service. you will cover for
absence and annual leave as requested by the Unit Manager.

You should have good knowledge or willingness to learn about the illness and an understanding of the principles of
management to effectively lead a team and provide motivation and professional direction and support.

Please note that if you already work in another health and social care setting (e.g. another care home, home care
provider or hospital ward) and intend to remain in that job, we will be unable to offer you a post with us at the
moment. This is due to Public Health England guidance that advises care staff should not move between facilities
due to the risk of transferring coronavirus.

Closing Date 28 February 2021

Catering
Catering Assistant                                                                        JOB/21/00249
Grade 2 £4,129.20 per annum ● 10 hours per week, 39 weeks per year ● Pottery Primary School, Kilburn
Road, Belper
Part Time ● Permanent ● Childrens Services

Working as part of a team, catering for pupils at Pottery Primary, you will support the team in serving the lunchtime
meals for approximately 240 pupils each day and be responsible for washing up duties before and after lunch, and
any other general kitchen duties, good customer service is essential.

There is scope for development, so an interest in cooking is desirable.

This post also includes furniture duties.

Closing Date 28 February 2021
Childrens Social Care/Social Work
Childrens Centre Coordinator                                                                          JOB/21/00208
Grade 12 £37,263 - £40,589 per annum ● 37 hours per week ● Langley Mill Children's Centre
Full Time ● Permanent ● Childrens Services

Working in Amber Valley a 0-5 Children’s Centre Coordinator is required to lead an established team of Family
Support Workers and Foundation Years Practitioners to provide targeted support to children and families. You will
have responsibility for the management and co-ordination of provision across 4 Children Centre sites.

The successful candidate will be experienced and motivated to manage a team offering targeted early help, support
and interventions to children aged 0-5 and their families either through group or individual work. A knowledge of
systemic practice, facilitating parenting and group work, supporting child readiness for school, Every Child a Talker
and the Solihull approach to parenting would be advantageous.

You will work with a wide range of professionals and colleagues in a multi-agency approach to build on the
assessment of need and develop good, effective and sustainable working relationships in order to ensure that the
lives of the children and their families develop positively and the families achieve improved outcomes.

You will be required to lead, organise, develop and motivate employees, and instil high aspirations for children and
young people and their families and manage performance particularly around achievement of outcomes and to
provide a high quality of service for children and families.

Closing Date 28 February 2021

Early Help Practitioner (F and P)                                                        JOB/21/00228
Grade 8, £11625 - £12,564 per annum ● 18 hours and 30 minutes per week ● Buxton Childrens Services
Area Office
Part Time ● Permanent ● Childrens Services

This is an exciting opportunity for a part time, permanent worker to join the Early Help Family and Parenting Team
based in High Peak and North Dales.

The successful candidate will be an enthusiastic worker who is passionate about improving outcomes for children
and young people. Persuading, empowering and motivating families to engage and overcome barriers to change.
To ensure that vulnerable children and young people are identified and supported so that they can aim to achieve
stability, safety and permanence to enable them to thrive within their community and achieve their full potential.

The work will include case management and direct work with children, young people and their families providing
timely support and interventions to address safeguarding concerns and reduce risks to children and young people.
The successful candidate will be leading Team Around the Family and Child in Need plans. You will deliver a
range of evidence based group programmes to children, young people and families.

You will work within the Early Help Team and jointly with the Parenting Assessment and Family Time team, as well
as Children Centre’s and Social Care colleagues. The Early Help workforce is responsible for creating and
maintaining effective partnerships between the local authority, health, schools and the voluntary sector.

Closing Date 28 February 2021
Conservation/Environment
Countryside Warden                                                                        JOB/21/00255
Grade 6 £19,697 - £20,145 per annum ● 37 Hours per week ● Clay Cross Countryside Centre, Clay Cross,
Derbyshire
Full Time ● Permanent ● Economy, Transport and Environment

A vacancy has arisen in the Wider Sites team within Derbyshire County Council’s Countryside Service, working
primarily in the North East of the County.

Your work as a warden in the Wider Sites Team will be across a diverse portfolio of Countryside sites including
Country Parks, Multi-user Trails, Chesterfield Canal, and many other varied greenspaces. You will have the
opportunity to work with and support other countryside staff in the North West and South of the County. This is an
exciting opportunity to become part of a busy County-wide Countryside Service working with an exceptional team
of experienced Wardens and Rangers.

      Working as part of the Derbyshire County Council’s Countryside Service team, you will provide a high
       quality and effective service, undertaking duties supporting the day to day operation and management of
       Countryside sites and facilities.
      You will be able to demonstrate skills in landscape and habitat management, path/trail and waterway
       maintenance, access improvements, events and interpretation as well as community action co-ordination
       and engagement.
      You will have a background in countryside management, recreation and practical conservation, with
       experience in the principle duties relating to management of countryside visitor sites and their facilities.
       Experience of working with, supervising and motivating volunteers would be an advantage.
      A committed individual, ideally you will have excellent communication skills, be well organised and be a
       creative team player; but equally able to work on your own initiative.

For an informal discussion about this role, please contact Mark Hudson on 07899 062436

Provisional Interview Date: Friday 9 April 2021

Closing Date 7 March 2021

Libraries
Assistant in Charge                                                                       JOB/21/00091
Grade 6 £19,697 - £20,145 per annum ● 37 hours per week ● Bakewell Library
Full Time ● Fixed Term - Covering for secondment 30 September 2021 ● Commissioning, Communities and
Policy

In conjunction with the Senior Library Manager, the successful candidate will provide an effective service to all
library customers through the efficient organisation of staff, library stock and the library premises.

Provisional Interview Date: 2 March 2021

Closing Date 28 February 2021
Procurement
Principal Procurement Officer                                                                          JOB/21/00252
Grade 13 £41,782 - £45,362 per annum ● 37 hours per week ● County Hall, Matlock
Full Time ● Permanent ● Commissioning, Communities and Policy

Derbyshire County Council is seeking appoint an enthusiastic Principal Procurement Officer/Category Manager to
join the County Procurement team. The successful candidate will be responsible for managing an effective and
efficient procurement service within the Property Services and Economy, Transport and Environment Services
categories. It is an exciting time to join County Procurement as we move towards a Category Management
approach.

Who we are looking for?

County Procurement is looking for a dynamic and experienced Procurement Professional who can demonstrate
evidence of Category Management. As a member of the leadership team reporting directly to the Head of
Procurement you will have substantial procurement experience and knowledge which will be vital in driving County
Procurement forward.

You will have strong leadership skills with a focus on being able to identify and implement improvement
opportunities. You will manage a team of 10 people so you must have demonstrable leadership and management
experience with a track record of developing, motivating and upskilling staff. You should be able to demonstrate
excellent communication skills as the role will involve detailed, complex, confidential procurement issue
discussions, together with relevant statutory financial and procurement regulations, with both Council staff as well
as suppliers.

The candidate will hold an appropriate Professional Purchasing qualification: for example, Chartered Institute of
Procurement and Supply Professional Diploma (MCIPS) or demonstrate evidence of working towards.

Alternatively, a degree in a business-related subject and/or have equivalent experience; and be able to evidence
continued professional development including operating within EU Procurement Regulations.

Important Information When Completing Application Form

The shortlisting panel will decide who to interview based on the information provided in the application form. They'll
measure this against the person profile (sometimes called the person specification) which lists qualities such as
skills, knowledge, experience, and qualifications which are essential to do the job, and those which are desirable.

Your application form should show how closely you can meet the requirements for the job, as set out in the job and
person profile and giving examples where appropriate.

For further information regarding this opportunity please contact Teresa Gerrard – Head of Procurement at
teresa.gerrard@derbyshire.gov.uk

Provisional Interview Dates: 25 and 26 March 2021

Closing Date 28 February 2021
Public Health

Project Officer - Community Testing                                                               JOB/21/00315
Grade 9 £25,753 - £27,629 per annum ● 37 hours per week ● County Hall, Matlock
Full Time ● Fixed Term - Due to the current COVID-19 situation 6 months from start date ● Adult Social Care and
Health

This is a project management role which will support community testing within the public health service. This
includes organizing and project managing all elements of community testing which includes venues, supplies, staff
rota and operational issues.

Provisional Interview Date: 01 March 2021.

Closing Date 21 February 2021

Schools and Academies
Administration/Clerical/Customer Service
School Business Officer                                                                    JOB/21/00265
Grade 8 £13,452.48 - £14,539.20 per annum ● 25 hours per week, 39 weeks per year ● Curbar Primary
School, Calver
Part Time ● Permanent

We are looking for a School Business Officer to work in the school office at Curbar Primary School. Ideally the post
holder will work the following hours: Monday to Friday from 8.30am to 1:30pm - but this may be open to
negotiation.

We are looking to appoint a self-motivated and experienced individual. The successful candidate will need to
demonstrate their passion for excellence in supporting the school to manage its resources effectively. You will
have experience of budget setting, budget monitoring and internal financial control systems and an understanding
of HR, Safeguarding and Health and Safety. Proven experience and an understanding of school/public sector
finance and resource management would be advantageous.

The post offers a great deal of variety with ample opportunity for the post holder to use their own initiative as it
involves a wide range of both administrative and financial duties. The ability to work as part of a team is essential,
as are excellent interpersonal and organisational skills, a sound knowledge of IT and an ability to work to
deadlines/prioritise workload. As this post involves a great deal of contact with pupils, staff, parents and visitors, it
is important that candidates possess excellent communication skills; maintaining confidentiality at all times will be
essential.

In return we can offer you the opportunity to work in a vibrant village school with friendly and dedicated staff,
charming children and the opportunity to be part of our whole school community.

In our school everyone is valued and has the support of a dedicated team of staff, parents and governors. If you
are interested in becoming a key-member of our friendly team then we would love to hear from you; either by a
phone call for an informal chat on 01433 630266 or an email to headteacher@curbar.derbyshire.sch.uk . We
appreciate all candidates coming to visit the school so please contact either the Headteacher or the school office
enquiries@curbar.derbyshire.sch.uk to arrange a suitable time.

Provisional Interview Date: Week commencing 1 March 2021

Closing Date 24 February 2021
Education - Non Teaching/Support Services
Learning and Safeguarding Mentor                                                             JOB/21/00237
Grade 8, (£20,274 - £21,911 per annum, pro rata) ● 37 hours per week, 40 weeks per year ● Dronfield Henry
Fanshaw School
Full Time ● Permanent

Dronfield Henry Fanshawe School is a successful, oversubscribed school with 1914 students on roll including 378
in the Sixth Form. It is situated close to the centres of Sheffield and Chesterfield on the edge of the Peak District
National Park. The Governors are seeking to appoint a Learning and Safeguarding Mentor to work as an integral
member of the student progress and welfare team.

The successful candidate will act as the school’s frontline response to safeguarding referrals and processes;
leading on assessments, responses, referral to relevant agencies, record keeping and following up on cases and
must be able to understand how to recognise and identify signs of abuse and when it is appropriate to make a
referral. You will be required to work closely with pastoral staff and SEND staff, ensuring implementation of the
Equalities Policy and application of the SEND Code of Practice.

DHFS is a school that stands out. Our aim is for “Success with Care” and we achieve that as a result of our
philosophy of “Commitment Not Compliance”. We are a learning community dedicated to providing an exceptional
education for our students as a result of the exceptional skill and dedication of our staff. At DHFS “every person
matters”. Our international work is highly valued and recognised with the International School Award.

Application packs are available from Stephanie Dunne (sdunne@dronfield.derbyshire.sch.uk) at the above address
or from the school website. Please apply with a covering letter directly to the school, for the attention of the
Headteacher.

Please do not apply via The Derbyshire County Council Website.

Closing Date 21 February 2021

Specialist Teaching and Learning Assistant                                                 JOB/21/00238
Grade 8 £16,142.28 - £17,446.20 per annum ● 30 hours per week, 39 weeks per year ● St John's CE Primary
School, Ripley
Part Time ● Fixed Term - Covering for maternity leave

The Governors are looking to appoint an outstanding, highly motivated and dedicated Teaching and Learning
Assistant to join our staff.

We are a thriving primary school, in Ripley.

We are looking for an excellent teaching assistant to work in EYFS initially, who can be creative and engaging to
maximize the progress of all pupils. Previous experience of supporting in EYFS is essential. The position is for 30
hours per week. In return, we offer a warm and friendly environment with an enthusiastic, professional and
supportive staff team.

Provisional Interview Date: 26 February 2021

Closing Date 21 February 2021
Specialist Interventions Assistant                                                        JOB/21/00242
Grade 7 £10,658.40 - £11,624.28 per annum ● 22 hours 12 minutes per week, 39 weeks per year ●
Brackenfield School & Specialist College of Cognition & Learning, Long Eaton
Part Time ● Fixed Term - Due to pupil numbers until end March 2023

Brackenfield School is an area special school for the South of Derbyshire, providing an exciting and relevant
education for young people with complex needs including communication and comprehension difficulties.
The Head Teacher and Governors wish to appoint a Specialist Intervention Assistant to deliver interventions to
Looked After Children and other identified pupils across the school. This person will be part of the Children’s
Services team.

Hours of work will be 3 days per week, one of these will be a Wednesday. The other 2 days will be decided upon
appointment to the post and is negotiable.

Our pupils are aged between 4 to 16 and all have communication or cognition needs. Many pupils require support
with independent life skills, and some have complex medical needs. The successful candidate will be someone
who can deliver and show impact of targeted interventions to support communication, sensory needs and social,
emotional and mental health needs. This will require excellent communication skills for effective engagement. The
successful candidate will have significant experience in delivering a wide range of effective interventions and
showing impact, using initiative and creativity to meet pupil needs. The successful applicant will also promote the
school ethos through high levels of expectation, being an adaptable team player and able to work with little
direction.

Visits to the school are welcomed. These will be after school hours from 3.00pm, Monday - Friday. Please call the
school on 0115 9733710 to arrange a visit with Sophie Evitts (Deputy Headteacher).

The start date will be as soon as possible following the interviews.

Provisional Interview Date: 2 March 2021.

Closing Date 28 February 2021

Play Leader                                                                                JOB/21/00263
Grade 5 £3,286.20 - £3,351.96 per annum ● 7 hours and 30 minutes per week, 39 weeks per year ● Pilsley
Primary School, Chesterfield
Part Time ● Fixed Term - Due to funding until end March 2022

The Governors of Pilsley Primary School are seeking to appoint a lunchtime Play Leader. We require an
enthusiastic, energetic but patient person who relates well to children and is able to use their initiative to lead
active, constructive play at lunchtimes. The successful candidate will support the promotion of positive social
interaction as part of a friendly and caring staff team.

Pilsley Primary School is a good school, with high expectations of behaviour. Experience of working in sport or with
children would be advantageous. Start date subject to change dependant on schools being fully open under the
COVID lockdown restrictions. End date may be extended depending on Sports Premium Funding.

Pilsley Primary School is committed to safeguarding children and safer recruitment.

Applicants are welcome to make a provisional appointment to look around the school by contacting the school
office, however, please note that currently this will be dependent on COVID restrictions being lifted.

Provisional Interview Date: Week commencing 29 March 2021

Closing Date 24 March 2021
Midday Supervisor (2 Posts)                                                                JOB/21/00264
Grade 3 3 £3 019.80 per annum ● 7 hours and 10 minutes per week, 39 weeks per year ● Pilsley Primary
School, Chesterfield
Part Time ● Fixed Term - Due to pupil numbers until end March 2022

The Headteacher and Governors are looking to appoint 2 friendly and caring people who enjoy being with young
children. During the lunchtime period our Midday Supervisors need to take an interest in our children, help them to
develop socially and be calm in dealing with any problems which may arise. Candidates should be able to show a
commitment to the school and a caring attitude to all our children. The successful candidates will need to be able to
work as part of a team.

Start date subject to change dependant on schools being fully open under the COVID lockdown restrictions. End
date may be extended dependant on pupil numbers.

Applicants are welcome to make a provisional appointment to look around the school by contacting the school
office, however, please note that currently this will be dependent on COVID restrictions being lifted.

Provisional Interview Date: Week commencing 29 March 2021

Closing Date 24 March 2021

Design and Technology Technician                                                              JOB/21/00267
Band 6, Point 28-32 (£17,977.79 to £19,843.98 FTE) Actual Salary £10,231 to £11,293 ● 25 hours per
week, 39 weeks per year ● Brookfield Community School (Redhill Academy Trust)
Part Time ● Fixed Term - Covering for sick leave

Required as soon as possible to join a strong and effective Department. The successful candidate will provide an
efficient, effective technical and practical service predominantly to the Design & Technology Department in the
delivery of the national curriculum within the school’s classrooms.

Brookfield Community School is part of the Redhill Academy Trust. The school is also a member of Redhill
Teaching School Alliance and, as such, there are excellent CPD opportunities. Brookfield Community School
became a member of The Redhill Academy Trust on 1st March 2019.

For a discussion about the role, please contact Mrs Wendy Fox, Operations Manager, on the school telephone
number above or via w.fox@brookfieldcs.org.uk An application form can be downloaded from our website or by
contacting Mrs Gillian Rhodes, PA to Headteacher on g.rhodes@brookfieldcs.org.uk

Brookfield Community School is committed to safeguarding children practices. Any appointment will be subject to
an enhanced DBS check and successful references.

Please do not apply using the Derbyshire County Council website. Please ensure that your completed application is
returned directly to the school by 12 Noon on the closing date.

Provisional Interview Date: Week commencing 22 February 2021

Closing Date 15 February 2021
Teaching and Learning Assistant                                                           JOB/21/00271
Grade 7, £13,195.92 - £14,391.72 per annum ● 27 hours and 30 minutes per week, 39 weeks per year ●
Milford Primary School, Derby
Part Time ● Fixed Term - Covering for maternity leave

We are looking for a creative and innovative teaching and learning assistant to join our friendly KS1 team. This
motivated individual will work alongside the teacher providing SEND support, small group interventions and general
classroom support. Start Date April 2020.

The successful applicant will be an experienced, flexible and friendly colleague who is able to use their own
initiative and is committed to supporting and furthering the learning of the children in our school. The post will be
based in our KS1 classroom.

In return we offer the opportunity to work as part of a highly motivated and supportive team in a happy,
hardworking school. If you are interested then please ring the school to arrange a visit or to discuss the post with
one of our team on 01332 841316

Provisional Interview Date: Week commencing 15 March 2021.

Closing Date 3 March 2021

Nurture and Wellbeing Manager                                                              JOB/21/00277
Grade 8 £9,685.68 - £10,468.08 per annum ● 18 hours per week, 39 weeks per year ● Christ Church C
of E Primary School, Chesterfield
Part Time ● Permanent

Can you make a sad child smile? Can you see the good children have inside, especially when they are not able to
see it for themselves? Do you love to see families go from strength to strength? Can you reach out and build trust
with our vulnerable families, so they know how to ask for a little guidance and support from us when they need it?
If so, you might be the right person for us, and we might be the right school for you.

DDAT is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and expects all staff and volunteers to
share this commitment. All appointments are subject to satisfactory references, pre-employment and Disclosure
Barring Service checks. The possession of a criminal record will not necessarily prevent an applicant from
obtaining this post, as all cases are judged individually according to the nature of the role and information provided
DDAT welcomes a diverse population of both children and staff and is committed to promoting and developing
equality of opportunity in all its functions.

Please only complete the DDAT (1) Support Staff application form and DDAT (1) Reference/monitoring forms
attached with this advert. Send these, [along with a covering letter] to liz.knapper@christchurch.derbyshire.sch.uk
before the closing date.

Unfortunately, other application forms or CVs will not be accepted.

Please do not apply using the Derbyshire County Council website. You will need to complete the application form
attached to this vacancy and not the Derbyshire County Council online application form.

Closing Date 24 February 2021
Specialist Educational Needs Teaching Assistant                                            JOB/21/00281
Grade 8 £8,071.08 - £8,723.04 per annum ● 15 hours per week, 39 weeks per year ● Killamarsh Infant and
Nursery School
Part Time ● Fixed Term - Due to finite funding until end August 2021

Killamarsh Infant and Nursery School are looking to appoint a reliable, motivated and caring teaching assistant to
join our team five mornings each week for the summer term to work with a child with SEND within our nursery on a
1:1 basis.

The successful candidates will:

      Have a desire to help children succeed
      Show initiative and creativity
      Be flexible

Demonstrate a sense of resilience, motivation and determination We can offer the successful candidate:

      appropriate support from experienced staff
      polite and well behaved pupils
      a supportive, happy, and enthusiastic staff team

The school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of the children and expects all staff to share
this commitment.

Please contact the Headteacher, Tracey Holmes, on 0114 2485852 if you wish to discuss the post.

Provisional Interview Date: Week commencing 15 March 2021

Closing Date 7 March 2021

Midday Supervisor                                                                        JOB/21/00292
Grade 3 £2,905.56 per annum ● 7 hours and 5 minutes per week, 38 weeks per year ● Abercrombie Primary
School, Chesterfield
Part Time ● Permanent

The Headteacher and Governors of Abercrombie Primary School are seeking to appoint two enthusiastic and
committed persons to join our hardworking team as Midday Supervisor. Our school is a very welcoming and warm
place where everyone works hard to ensure the best for the children. The successful candidates will be expected
to promote outdoor play and positive behaviour, as well as good manners at all times. Candidates will need to
demonstrate good communication and nurturing skills, be enthusiastic and able to work on their own initiative.
We aim to ensure that our children feel happy and safe at lunchtimes.

Working times are Monday to Friday 11.50am – 1.15pm, during term time.

The post is to commence as soon as possible after interview.

We are seeking someone with a caring, kind personality with a range of strategies to ensure that our pupils’
personal, social and emotional needs are met.

Closing Date 21 February 2021
Teaching and Learning Assistant (2 Posts)                                                     JOB/21/00305
Grade 7 Post 1 £2,399.88 - £2,617.44, Post 2 £5,881.68 - £6,414.60 per annum ● Post 1, 5 hours per week, 39
weeks per year. Post 2, 12 hours and 15 minutes per week, 39 weeks per year ● All Saints' CE Federation,
Matlock
Part Time ● Fixed Term - Due to finite project until the 8 April 2022

All Saints’ Federation is looking for an outstanding learning support worker who is ready to join our team at a really
exciting point in our journey.

We would like someone who is passionate about working alongside our children and who is committed to
safeguarding and supportive of the ethos of our federation of schools.

We require an individual who cares for our children, will be a proactive member of our All Saints’ staff team and join
in the wider life of our wonderful school community. The successful candidate will be required to start in their post
as soon as possible to start to support the learning needs of three children (working across Years 3 and 4 at our
Junior school).

We are looking for individual who will:

      Demonstrate high expectations and standards for all children.
      Have a strong empathy for children with additional emotional needs.
      Engage positively with parents/carers and act as a liaison between school and parents/carers.
      Have a creative and exciting approach to childcare and play.
      Be fully supportive of All Saints’ ethos.
      Fully adopt and adhere to All Saints’ policies

We can offer you:

      Amazing children who love to learn and are happy coming to school.
      On-going development opportunities to challenge and support you professionally.
      A supportive senior leadership team, committed to your success.
      A dedicated and friendly staff, committed to school improvement.
      Supportive governors, parents and parish community.
      A strong Christian ethos, which is welcoming to all sections and faiths in our community.

The two roles can be combined in one position, please indicate on your application which would suit you.
Start Date 19 April 2021

If you would like any further information or think you would like to be part of this exciting journey, we would
welcome your application for this post within our school. Contact details: info@allsaintsfed.derbyshire.sch.uk
Telephone: 01629 582913

Please do not apply using the Derbyshire County Council website. You will need to complete the application form
attached to this vacancy and not the Derbyshire County Council online application form.

All applications should be submitted directly to the school by emailing: salexandra@allsaintsfed.derbyshire.sch.uk
All Saints’ is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and we expect
staff and volunteers to share this commitment.

Closing Date 21 February 2021
Early Years Foundation Stage Leader                                                                    JOB/21/00303
MPS/UPS + TLR 2 ● 1.00 FTE ● Woodville Schools Federation, Swadlincote
Full Time ● Permanent

The governors are seeking to recruit an experienced, highly motivated, and inspirational Early Years Teacher to
lead the Foundation Stage Team at our very happy and successful school. The successful candidate will:-

      Be an outstanding, creative and dynamic Early Years teacher with experience across EYFS and KS1.
      Have the experience and skills to lead the further development of our excellent Foundation Stage provision.
      Have the ability to inspire and motivate others to achieve excellence.
      Demonstrate leadership experience in school improvement, monitoring and self-evaluation.
      Be able to offer experience, passion and skill in leading a core subject across the school.
      Promote the school vision for the highest possible levels of attainment and achievement for pupils whatever
       their needs, abilities and circumstances.
      Have a strong commitment to working in partnership with parents, governors and the community.

Visits to our school are warmly welcomed. Please contact the school office on 01283 217675. Required for
September 2021 or as soon as possible. Previous candidates need not reapply as they will be considered as part
of this process.

Provisional Interview Date: 23 March 2021.

Closing Date 14 March 2021

After School Play Leader                                                                               JOB/21/00308
Grade 4, £9.62 per hour ● As and when required ● Ripley Nursery School
Part Time ● Relief

Ripley Nursery School are looking to appoint an After School Club Play Leader.

The role will involve planning, preparing and delivering a suitable programme of imaginative activities suitable to
the needs and interests of children age 3 - 5 years old. You would also prepare light tea for children and be
responsible for ensuring the kitchen and pots are clean ready for the next day.

For more information, application and job description please contact Kerry Hartwell on 01773 745014 or
kerry.hartwell@ripley-nur.derbyshire.sch.uk

Closing Date 21 February 2021
IT/Telecoms
Senior ICT Technician                                                                      JOB/21/00217
Grade 5 - £23,541 - £27,041 per annum ● 37 hours and 30 minutes per week ● Flying High Partnership,
Nottingham
Full Time ● Permanent

Are you an experienced IT Technician who can build excellent relationships? Do you have a passion for technology
and its fast-changing landscape? Do you share our determination to make everyday count for our children?
If so, this is the role you have been looking for!

The Role – we would highly recommend you arrange to chat with Nick Layfield, Operations Manager, before
submitting your application so you can fully understand the role! nlayfield@flyinghightrust.co.uk

This is an exciting opportunity to join our successful partnership in delivering the internal IT provision to our partner
schools. The role will involve scheduled visits, delivering first class support and development of IT provisions to
support teaching and learning. This role will be wide ranging from supporting teachers through delivering CPD to
network infrastructure upgrades – providing comprehensive, bespoke and flexible support.

The Flying High Trust is a partnership of 28 primary schools, with further growth planned, within the East Midlands.
Our partnership places children at the heart of every decision and aims for our schools to become the best in the
universe through collaboration, support and accountability.

As part of the role we are committed to supporting your development and growth and can offer you:

      A fantastic working environment, in a team that works together for the benefit of the children in our schools.
      Support, guidance and CPD to support you in role and to develop your career to fulfil your potential through
       a personalised career plan.
      An opportunity to make a difference to the lives of children.
      Being part of a true partnership where your skills and expertise will enable the development and
       effectiveness of Flying High and contribute to effective engagement with our schools.
      The opportunity to work as part of a like-minded team to deliver an outstanding service to schools.
      24 days annual leave, plus two half days discretionary “family time”, Christmas closure for two weeks and
       dedicated CPD and networking time.

We are looking for someone who:

      Has experience of working in a fast-paced organisation delivering comprehensive IT support and
       development with a can do attitude.
      Is personable, friendly, approachable with a can do approach to challenges.
      Strives to be the best they can be with a desire to support the ongoing development of the Flying High
       Partnership and to get the best out of everyone.
      Has a passion for IT and the significant role in plays in supporting education and business operations.
      Is relentless in ensuring deadlines are met, standards are maintained, and we work with our schools to
       ensure IT is fit for purpose and enhances education and school systems.
      Is creative, dynamic and can build effective relationships and deliver on agreed goals.

How to apply: Complete the Flying High Trust application form and return to recruitment@flyinghightrust.co.uk
For an informal chat, please contact Nick Layfield on nlayfield@flyinghightrust.co.uk to arrange a convenient time.

Please do not apply using the Derbyshire County Council website. Please ensure that your completed application is
returned directly to the school by 12 Noon on the closing date.

Provisional Interview Date: 24 February 2021

Closing Date 19 February 2021
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