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We are looking for someone to work closely with Council lawyers in our legal department. You will be expected to undertake a wide range of administrative and support functions including (but not limited to) audio typing, mail handling, and document preparation.
We are looking for someone to join the our supervised contact team. We are an established dynamic team working to provide supervised contact between children and family members and supporting child care teams during court proceedings across the county of Carmarthenshire.
This is an exciting opportunity to join our integrated Children’s Disability team based in Carmarthen and covering the whole of the county. You will work alongside health and education professionals to provide a comprehensive service to disabled children and their families.
We are looking for an enthusiastic worker to join our Duty Team. The successful candidate will be part of the duty team that acts as first point of contact for all referrals received by Children’s Services and will be required to have excellent communication skills
Salary: £18,556 - £18,926 (Grade A - inclusive of 4%) *Pro-rata
Permanent - Term Time Only
Closing date: 04/02/2022
We are looking for someone to supervise pupils and serve breakfast as well as undertake general dining room duties to include wiping down and clearing away of tables. For an informal discussion please contact Jeanette Benson 01267 246486.