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singhbj singh    1,136

Media Editor

Sikh Channel Broadcasting Limited - Birmingham

£15,500 a year

http://www.indeed.co.uk/cmp/Sikh-Channel-Broadcasting/jobs/Media-Editor-9616f7e67ee31e35?q=Sikh

National Schools Training

Office Assistant Apprenticeship

Nishkam School West London, a Sikh ethos, multi-faith school for boys and girls aged 4-19.

https://jobsearch.direct.gov.uk/GetJob.aspx?JobID=29811591

Sikh Welfare Research Trust

Adminstrative Support

https://jobsearch.direct.gov.uk/GetJob.aspx?JobID=25926151

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singhbj singh    1,136

Community Centre Manager

Recruiter SIKH COMMUNITY CENTRE

Location Leicester

Posted 18 May 2016

Closes 31 May 2016

Sectors Public Sector

Contract Type Permanent

Hours: 37.5 hrs/week. Some evening and/or weekend work. F/T, Permanent

Salary: £20,000 - £22,000 (Basic) + OTE

The Manager will lead and play a key role in ensuring the management, development, expansion, identification of new opportunities and the smooth running of this vibrant Centre. This Includes overseeing a Playgroup and an activity group for young adults with learning difficulties.

Further info click apply to visit our website or email pk25@le.ac.uk.

Closing: 08/06/16

Source - http://www.fish4.co.uk/job/5083881/community-centre-manager/

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singhbj singh    1,136

Guru Nanak Sikh Gurdwara

RELIGIOUS WORKERS

Job summary

Job ID

21726466

Posting Date

25/05/2016

Company

Guru Nanak Sikh Gurdwara

Location

UK-MID-WOLVERHAMPTON

Industries

Non profit charitable organisations

Job type

Part time less than 30 hours

Years of experience

2+ years

Career level

None

Salary

7.20 per hour

In accordance to UK law

Application methods

General Secretary

Sedgley Street

Wolverhampton, MID WV23AJ

Email: info@gngsedgleystreet.org

Job description

Experience is necessary of Gurbani reading and Kirtan. Applicants should have complete knowledge of Gurdwara routine morning, evening and daily prayers. Knowledge of Panjabi reading and writing and, knowledge of playing Harmonium and Tabla. Contract for six months to two years

The employer has exemption under the Employment Equality Regulations with regard to religion or belief.

Source - https://jobsearch.direct.gov.uk/GetJob.aspx?JobID=21726466

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singhbj singh    1,136

TEACHER JOB

Recruiter GURU GOBIND SINGH KHALSA COLLEGE

LocationEssex

Salary Dependent upon experience

Posted 20 May 2016

Closes 20 Jun 2016

Industry Further Education, Schools, Primary teaching, Age 7-11, Newly qualified teacher, Secondary teaching, Other

Job Level Experienced (non manager)

Hours Full Time

Contract Permanent

Listing Type Job vacancy

Are you looking for a teaching position in a small Ofsted ‘outstanding’ independent school, in Essex (Fringe of London)? Due to growing student numbers, we require new members to join our successful teaching team.

We are looking to recruit enthusiastic members to join our team for September. Whether you are an NQT, or an experienced teacher, we can offer you the opportunity to use your skills to develop and grow as a professional teacher in a relaxed teaching environment.

Source - https://jobs.theguardian.com/job/6327504/teacher/?CMP=jan_ind

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singhbj singh    1,136
singhbj singh    1,136

ICT Apprenticeship

GURU NANAK SIKH ACADEMY LIMITED - Hayes UB4

£18,000 - £22,000 a year
Apprenticeship
You will be part of the School IT Team and provide technical support to students and teaching staff. Day-to-day you will perform routine ICT tasks and contribute to the smooth running of the IT network. 

At the end of your apprenticeship you will of achieve the nationally recognised ITQ qualification, as well as valuable work experience, that will provide you with the best chance possible of being offered a full-time role within the school or any organisation requiring IT support. A newly qualified IT Technician can earn between £18,000 and £22,000 per annum. 

Below is a summary of your key roles and responsibilities; - 
  • Provide technical support and advice to students and teaching staff.
  • Perform routine ICT tasks.
  • Manage small projects.
  • Facilitate the smooth running of the network by undertaking reasonable tasks as required, including some administrative tasks.
  • Support the school’s Internet, Email and Virtual Learning Environment.
  • Support the day-to-day running of the curriculum/admin network in collaboration with the Network Manager.
  • Provide support and maintenance for network hardware and software, including classroom support.
  • Provide technical support for curriculum and school events
  • Support staff in the use of ICT equipment.
  • Report faults to the Network Manager as required.
  • Support in-house training as and when required.
  • Attend meetings as and when required.
Be aware of and comply with the policies and procedures relating to child protection, equality and diversity, health, safety and security, confidentiality and data protection, reporting all concerns to an appropriate person. 

The role will be to support the reprographics within the Academy which will be first priority 

There will be a requirement to undertake some desktop publishing to produce newsletters 

Requirements and prospects Desired skills
  • Willing and able to complete all learning and assessment requirements of the relevant framework.
  • Able to establish good working relationships with staff, pupil’s parents and outside agencies.

Personal qualities
  • Confident.
  • Team player.
  • Responsible.
  • Enthusiastic.
  • Good time management.

Qualifications required
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singhbj singh    1,136

Apprentice Teaching Assistant

Aspire to Learn - Chadwell Heath

Apprenticeship
A brand new Sikh Faith School is looking to recruit Early Years Teaching Assistant. Even though it is a Sikh Faith School, the school is open to students from all backgrounds. 

As this is a new school, the Apprentice will need to hit the ground running. The Apprentice will work alongside qualified members of staff supporting pupils in a Year 1 and Receptionclass in their social and emotional development. 

As an Apprentice Teaching Assistant in a classroom setting, you will be carry out duties such as: 
• Supporting teachers in managing class behaviour 
• Supervising group activities 
• Carrying out administrative tasks 
• Supporting teachers in planning learning activities 
• Supporting children who need extra support to complete tasks due to additional social, learning and physical needs 

The following skills would be required: 
• The ability to build good relationships with children, teachers, parents and carers 
• A basic understanding of how children develop and learn 
• Flexibility and creativity 
• The ability to work as part of a team 
• Good reading, writing and numeracy skills 
• Patience and a sense of humour 
This is a growing school and there is a large scope of opportunity to progress 

You will be studying towards a Level 2/3 in Supporting,Teaching and Learning. 

Skills required: 
• A basic understanding of how children develop and learn 
• Good reading, writing and numeracy skills 
• Proficient in ICT 

Personal qualities: 
• Flexibility and creativity 
• Patience and a sense of humour 
• The ability to work as part of a team 
• The ability to build good relationships with children, teachers, parents and carers 

Qualifications required: 
A*-C GCSE Maths or equivalent 
A*-C GCSE English or equivalent
 

 

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Freelance Technical Production Support Specialist

Sikh Channel Broadcasting - Birmingham B6

http://www.indeed.co.uk/m/viewjob?jk=26f2670a61c93edb&from=serp

 

Junior Administration Assistant

Sikh Channel Broadcasting Limited - Birmingham

http://www.indeed.co.uk/m/viewjob?jk=77246203d24948a1&from=serp

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Lionesswoman    45

This thread is AWESOME. 

I have for a very long time been asking for an initiative to be set up for Sikhs looking for jobs. A forum that has a matrimonial section should definitely have a jobs section, that would be a great seva. 

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