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We’ve been helping people find the right jobs and helping employers find the right people since 1961. The reason we’ve been so successful is simple: we make sure we know our business inside out. Permanent, temporary, or contract positions, private or public sector, we do our utmost to find the right people for the right jobs. If you’re looking for a job, we have the experience, advice and contacts you need. With over 100 branches throughout the UK, we’re never far away.
East Sussex County Council is the local authority for the non-metropolitan county of East Sussex. East Sussex is divided into five local government districts. Three are larger, rural, districts (from west to east) are: Lewes; Wealden; and Rother. Eastbourne and Hastings are mainly urban areas. The rural districts are further subdivided into civil parishes. The County Council meets at East Sussex County Hall, the authority's headquarters; though there are a number of other administrative buildings located throughout the county.
We’re CER – a UK-wide education recruitment agency placing teachers and education professionals in short-term, long-term and permanent roles. Personal and professional, our service begins and ends with people – from the consultants we hire, to the teachers we place, and the close relationships we build with clients.
The National Church Institutions (NCIs) are a collective group of bodies that together support the mission and ministries of the Church by working with those who serve in parishes, Dioceses, schools and other ministries, and with partners at a national and international level. We aim for everyone who works in the NCIs to feel they belong and are valued for who they are and what they contribute.
Green Pastures is the place to be during Sunday brunch. The company offers fine dining at its restaurant in Austin, Texas, as well as event catering on-site or at the location of your choice. Established in 1945, the restaurant's lunch menu provides customers with many French- and regionally-inspired choices such as sauteed raspberry shrimp salad and seafood crepes; its dinner menu includes chilled tenderloin, crisp exotic mushrooms, and seared duck breast; its brunch buffet is an Austin favorite. The restaurant is a restored Victorian home surrounded by seven acres of lawn dotted with live oaks and peacocks.