Children and Young People’s Support Worker (NVQ3 qualified)

Children and Young People’s Support Workers in Newcastle wanted for an immediate start!

Why join Major Healthcare?

Major Healthcare Newcastle, a rapidly growing division of Major Recruitment (est. 1992) are a national leading health and social care agency specialising in the provision of professional temporary and permanent healthcare staff.

We enable you to use your experience in a wide variety of settings across the Northeast supporting those who are most vulnerable, while maintaining the flexibility of working in line with your availability.

As a Children and Young Person’s Support Worker you will be expected to deliver a high standard of support across various settings; supported by a team of healthcare professionals, empower service users to maintain as much independence as possible, and ensure all daily living activities are met to the highest standard of person-centred care.

We supply Children’s Support Workers to a range of clients, in settings including; residential, educational, independent living, mental health, community and specialist units.

Your main duties will include:

  • Working as part of a team of Child and Adolescent Support Workers to deliver excellent standards of person-centred care
  • Develop positive relationships with other professionals, clients, and most importantly; the service users
  • Act professionally and responsibly on shift, alongside the management team of the services
  • Carry out all practical duties as required by services, ensuring everybody is treated with respect and dignity
  • Report any concerns to management within the service
  • Have confidence in carrying our personal care requirements
  • Have confidence dealing with complex needs and challenging behaviours

Person Specification:

  • 6-12 months minimum experience working with Children and Young People in the health and social care sector
  • An NVQ level 3 in Health and Social Care, or Children and Young Person’s Health and Social Care
  • Be reliable and professional
  • Have experience in working with complex needs and challenging behaviours
  • Preferably hold a current, transferable DBS (registered on the update service)
  • Approach employment as a Children and Young Person’s Support Worker in a ‘hands-on’ way and be willing to work as team
  • Preferably hold a clear driving licence, with access to a vehicle

What can Major Healthcare offer you?

  • Flexible hours to fit in with your lifestyle and commitments
  • Holiday accrual
  • Free training/refresher training
  • Opportunities for career progression

To apply for this role, or to express interest in joining Major Healthcare in another role – click below now!


FEA Engineer

An FEA Engineer is sought by a Darlington based company to carry out ongoing products and project based finite element analysis work

As a Finite Element Analyst you will be involved in identifying customer analysis requirements, developing solutions to engineering problems as well as leading and monitoring analysis on live projects and contributing towards the ongoing continuous improvement of analysis techniques.

Key tasks will include

  • Leading and monitoring analysis on live projects to ensure key deliverables met on time
  • Contribute towards the ongoing continuous improvement of analysis techniques.
  • Line management, coaching/mentoring, and development of analysis engineers.
  • Writing and reviewing client proposals – recognising client requirements and identifying the most appropriate analysis to meet their needs.
  • Preparing and reviewing analysis input data – liaising with clients and the analysis team to ensure the most appropriate data is available and utilised. Building and developing analysis models and methodologies.
  • Reviewing and checking OrcaFlex analysis models built by engineering team.
  • Running simulations and interpreting results.
  • Writing and reviewing reports.
  • Attendance and presentation at relevant conferences

We are looking for someone with professional experience and knowledge of either ANSYS or ABAQUS FEA tools. Any experience of Offshore, Marine, Renewables or Subsea sectors would be an advantage. Applicants should be degree qualified in Mechanical Engineering with good communication and interpersonal skills. You will be well organised and able to coach and develop less experienced engineers.

This is a varied role with opportunities for leadership and career progression. If you are interested please call Adam Jones at Major Recruitment on 0191 6620016 or click Apply Now to send your CV