1Primary school Teacher

The job of the Primary school teachers would be to teach children in one of the three stages of the primary school system: Foundation Stage ( which includes age 3 to the end of Reception Year- pre Year 1). Key Stage 1: Years 1& 2 and Key Stage 2 Years 34 5 and 6. The role of the Teacher is, primarily, to devise and deliver schemes of work in line with the objectives of the National Curriculum. They also build up a relationship with the pupils and produce learning resources. They would be expected to have contact with parents and carers and professional bodies involved with the school.



2Secondary school Teacher

The job of Secondary Teacher is to teach one or more National Curriculum subjects. They work with children in Key Stage 3: Years 7,8 & 9 and with Key Stage 4: Years 10 & 11. Where there is a Sixth form they can work with Years 12 & 13. The secondary school teacher will endeavour to encourage and motivate the pupils. They monitor and record each pupil’s progress and devise resources accordingly. They are expected to keep up to date with developments in their subject area and with changes in the National Curriculum, teaching methods and objectives. They liaise and network with other professionals, parents and carers informally and formally.


3Teaching Assistants

These assistants are commonly called TAs. Their job is to assist the teacher to help raise the educational standard in the classroom for the student and schools benefit. They support individual pupils with special needs, assessing their performance and they carry out routine general tasks.



4Nursery Assistants/Nursery Nurse

A Nursery nurse or Nursery assistant would work with young children ranging from birth to around seven. Their role will include planning activities such as singing, arts and crafts, in order to encourage the children’s learning development. They also record the progress of the children.



5Special Needs Teacher

Their teaching is geared towards a specific teaching area. These could be in the following: physical disability, emotional difficulties, communication impairment and challenging behaviour.





6Retail Assistants

Your main task as a sales assistant is to ensure that customers have an enjoyable shopping experience and spend lots of cash so the business can keep going. Sales assistants are at the frontline of a fast-paced sector where no two days are ever the same

The hours you work will be dictated by the opening hours of the shop, so it will vary. You can expect  to work irregular hours as a sales assistant and there’s always plenty of part-time and shift/flexible working options in this job. Shifts can change around busy times such as National holiday days, so expect more shifts and some overtime tidying the shop.


7Multilingual/ Interpreters

Face to face interpreters required for various assignments on an ad-hoc basis.  Hours of work can vary depending on the nature and requirements of our clients, predominately work shall be within normal office hours, however weekend and evening work could be available.

Interpreters must have previous experience interpreting for government, legal, medical or commercial backgrounds and have excellent communication skills in the languages you speak. All languages are accepted.



8Cleaners/ Janitors

Their duties would involve keeping buildings clean and in an orderly condition. Perform heavy cleaning duties, such as cleaning floors, washing walls and glass, and removing rubbish. Duties may also include tending boiler and performing routine maintenance activities, notifying management of need for repairs, and cleaning snow or debris from outside.




9Events Stewards

Stewards need to be present at events in order to maintain the health and safety of staff and members of the public who are attending the event. Preventing the overcrowding of the venue,  stewarding people into the venue and ensuring that at a busy event all seats are filled. They set up the venue prior to the event and restore it to normal after the event



10General Porters

Porters play a vital role throughout hospitals and hotels. In hospitals they move frail and often very ill patients between different departments and wards. They also transport complex and valuable equipment around the building.

In hotels a porter is a hospitality professional who ensures that guests of a hotel receive services which make their stay more enjoyable. The focus of the job is on providing customer service and keeping guests as contented as possible so that they will be more likely to return in the future.



11Construction-Manual Labourers

Manual labourers, also known as construction labourers and helpers, perform basic yet important physical work tasks at building construction sites, highway infrastructure projects and mining locations. They assist bricklayers, carpenters, concrete workers, electricians, roofers, painters, plumbers, stone masons and welders. We provide a full range of recruitment services to these sectors, from one off permanent hires through to a fully outsourced recruitment service, managing all permanent and contract supply and suppliers



12Facilities Management

They make sure that buildings and their services meet the needs of the people who work in them. They would be responsible for the areas of cleaning, security and parking. They also take care of the general maintenance of the building. They ensure that an organisation