Supply Chain Manager - 6 - 9 month fixed term contract

Provider: 
G4S
Region: 
Yorkshire and the Humber
Closing date: 
29/09/2014

Supply Chain Manager - 6 - 9 month fixed term contract

Salary range : £45,000 - £55,000 per annum

Full-time

Based from home – Leeds and Bradford, West Yorkshire area

Scotland Employment and skills - What to expect

What to expect -  Register here

“Earlybird September Sale!

Region: 
Nationwide
Closing date: 
01/10/2014

Earlybird September Sale!

All Inclusion events are on sale for £90+VAT! (for a limited time only)

-          Offer ends 1 October

-          Limited availability on headline events

-          Terms and conditions apply

Equal Approach

Who Are We?

Equal Approach Welfare and Skills specialise in the recruitment of vacancies for the Welfare to Work, Skills, Housing and Criminal Justice (Transforming Rehabilitation) sectors.

Our service delivery and expertise offers clients a multitude of benefits including, but not limited to, the following:

Upcoming Inclusion events in 2014

Dates for your diary:

  • London Employment and Skills Convention, 15 October

Will explore the key issues for London's labour market.

  • Employability & Skills Scotland, 18/19 November, Glasgow

Wll bring together policy makers and practitioners from across Scotland and beyond to discuss and debate the latest developments in welfare reform.

Boosting Ethnic Minority Entrepreneurship | 21 October 2014 | London

Registrations priced from £49 +VAT*. To book your place click here.

Register now for our joint one day partnership event with BTEG on "Boosting Ethnic Minority Entrepreneurship": a largely neglected area by local and national policy makers and funders.

The aims of the Conference are to:

  • Bring together policy makers and organisations with an interest in growing entrepreneurship in ethnic minority communities
  • Identify what different stakeholders can do to spread entrepreneurship in ethnic minority communities  
  • Share best practice
  • Make suggestions for a policy framework for the next five years

The event is aimed at:

  • Policy makers and funders
  • Local Enterprise Partnerships
  • Local councils and Jobcentre Plus
  • Colleges and universities
  • Finance organisations
  • Business support providers.

 

More information is available here.

New Report from the Young Women’s Trust: 'The Crisis of Young Women's Worklessness'

More than 90,000 more young women than men are out of education, employment and training. According to the latest figures, 418,000 women aged 18-24 compared with 325,000 men are considered NEET.

Employment and Support Allowance assessment result wait time "unacceptable"

Official figures show that one in four disabled people have been made to wait an “unacceptable” length of time for the outcome of ESA claims to be decided. The Mirror reports that just 25% of ESA claims are being processed within the 13 week target, with some waiting for as long as over a year.

Nine out of ten jobs advertised on Universal Jobmatch placed by agencies, says report

New research carried out for London Voluntary Service Council shows that nine in every ten jobs advertised in London on Universal Jobmatch were placed there by job warehouses, CVlistings sites, and recruitment agencies.

A4e terminating 'Offender Learning and Skills Service' contract

The Skills Funding Agency (SFA) is looking for a general FE college to step in after a major private provider pulled out early from London’s £17m prison education contract, reports FE Week.

In the latest example of a college taking on prov

Iain Duncan Smith insists Universal Credit sign-off due ‘very shortly’

Iain Duncan Smith has insisted that HM Treasury is due to sign off the full business case for Universal Credit ‘very shortly’ despite it being five months since it was submitted.

Anne Angell announced as Head of Operations at Holt’s Academy

Following a successful career as Director of Operations for Kennedy Scott Ltd, Anne Angell has recently been appointed as Head of Operations for Holt’s Academy based in central London.

Further Education and skills provider outcome data published

The government has published employment and other 19+ learner outcomes for Further Education and skills providers, for the first time.

The data from the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills (BIS), for learners at all Skills Funding Agency-funded providers that completed in 2010/11, comes as part of a consultation on proposed new success measures from 2016/17.

The move to collect and monitor this data reflects a shift in how HE success is viewed, offering a way to capture success beyond qualifications.

AELP publishes briefing paper on DWP Commissioning Strategy

The Association of Employment and Learning Providers (AELP) has published a briefing paper on the new DWP Commissioning Strategy.

Benefit sanctions hit most vulnerable people the hardest, report says

Systematic problems in the way the government administers and imposes benefit sanctions, including disproportionate burdens on the most vulnerable, are revealed in a report commissioned by the Department for Work and Pensions.

The report found the way in which the DWP communicated with claimants was legalistic, unclear and confusing. The most vulnerable claimants were often left at a loss as to why benefits were stopped and frequently not informed by the DWP about hardship payments to which they were entitled, it said.