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networx Northampton, UK
19/07/2019
Customer Relationship Manager Northampton £40,000 - £45,000 + Car Allowance Our client delivers total facilities management services to the Northampton Schools Private Finance Initiative across an estate of 42 schools (five secondary and 37 primary). They now have an opportunity for a Customer Relationship Manager to lead on the management and delivery of the Customer Service function for the Northampton Schools contract - 12 schools (2 Secondary + 10 Primary) You will use your experience to manage key relationships with customers in order to achieve high levels of customer satisfaction and will be the point of escalation in respect of any customer issues / complaints. Additionally, you will be required to manage the annual customer satisfaction survey and undertake any corrective actions as necessary. Skills, experience and qualifications: Educated to Degree level in Facilities Management, Surveying, Engineering or a related subject, or demonstrate such a level of equivalent qualifications and experience Professional Membership of a relevant professional association, e.g., RICS, CIBSE, BIFM is desirable Solid post degree / post qualification experience Knowledge of the management and provision of Hard & Soft FM services for a multi-site operation (schools) Experience in the development and implementation of Service Delivery Plans, policies, procedures/process, and systems enhancement for (Hard & Soft) FM Services Excellent communication skills - Written and oral. Ability to develop and maintain productive working relationships with all stakeholders Excellent customer relationship management skills Ability to manage work priorities in a rapidly changing environment Excellent IT skills and Microsoft office suite (word, excel, project)
networx Otley, UK
19/07/2019
Digital / Graphic Designer Otley, West Yorkshire (Nr Leeds / Bradford / Harrogate) £Competitive Salary and Benefits We now have a new and exciting opportunity for a Graphic / Digital Designer to join our friendly team! At networx we provide one of the UK's most advanced recruitment software solutions along with an unrivalled recruitment service to help organisations recruit in a more efficient manner. Working in our dedicated IT department you will play an important and varied role in the design process and work with a range of customer facing products. Other duties will include wireframes from mockup to code and also working with Developers to implement the code. Essentially you must have experience in Adobe Creative Suite along with the ability to manage your own schedule whilst working with minimal supervision, ensuring that all work is completed on time. Front End Development skills in HTML, CSS, SASS or SCSS, JavaScript and jQuery are desirable and not essential as there will be an opportunity to develop all of these skills whilst working within this role. More importantly you should have an interest in the web, technology and innovation. If you want to work with a supportive, dynamic and committed team then we are keen to hear from you! In return you'll be offered: Company pension scheme, 25 days holiday Gym membership discount Cycle to work scheme Company away days Private healthcare (after 1 year of employment). Free parking As a business we are incredibly proud to be consistently recognised as one of the Best Companies to Work - receiving the highest possible 3 star accreditation and ranked as one of The Sunday Times Top 100 Small Companies to Work For in 2017, 2018 and 2019. networx is also officially ranked as the 18th Best Company to Work For in Yorkshire and The Humber. Our commitment to delivering high quality solutions starts with our people. It is the unrivalled skills of our employees that allow networx to support clients in a unique and highly tailored manner and reflect their specific needs.
networx Oxford, UK
19/07/2019
Forester (Arboriculture / Forestry) £30,000 - £35,000 plus car/allowance Oxfordshire - Covering the South of England We currently have an opportunity for a Forester to join our client on a permanent basis. Covering sites across the South of England, you will play an integral part of the Arboricultural and Forestry team, maintaining the quality and level of service delivery to ensure that their forestry portfolio is appropriately enhanced. Reporting to Arboriculture & Forestry Lead, you will establish and maintain agreed levels of Forestry management plans, and oversee the delivery of all Forestry works within the assigned MoD contract areas. You will also ensure that all works to be undertaken are in compliance with Health, Safety, Sustainability, Quality and Environmental Guidelines and Regulations, Codes of Practice and other statutory requirements prior to the release of any work programme to the Supply Chain. With a good understanding of the key trades and accepted standards of workmanship, the successful candidate will ideally hold recognised qualifications in Forestry and arboricultural surveying along with experience in both areas. You will be up to date with Health, Safety & Environmental guidelines and legislation along with having previously worked within strict ISO 9001/14001/18001 policies and procedures. The following qualifications are desirable however not essential: H&S Certification BCT Bat Awareness Course ipaf PAL MEWP Certification Relevant NPTC Certification Basic working knowledge of GIS In return, our client offers a competitive salary and car / car allowance along with excellent benefits.
networx Otley, UK
19/07/2019
Full time
Digital / Graphic Designer Otley, West Yorkshire (Nr Leeds / Bradford / Harrogate) £Competitive Salary and Benefits We now have a new and exciting opportunity for a Graphic / Digital Designer to join our friendly team! At networx we provide one of the UK's most advanced recruitment software solutions along with an unrivalled recruitment service to help organisations recruit in a more efficient manner. Working in our dedicated IT department you will play an important and varied role in the design process and work with a range of customer facing products. Other duties will include wireframes from mockup to code and also working with Developers to implement the code. Essentially you must have experience in Adobe Creative Suite along with the ability to manage your own schedule whilst working with minimal supervision, ensuring that all work is completed on time. Front End Development skills in HTML, CSS, SASS or SCSS, JavaScript and jQuery are desirable and not essential as there will be an opportunity to develop all of these skills whilst working within this role. More importantly you should have an interest in the web, technology and innovation. If you want to work with a supportive, dynamic and committed team then we are keen to hear from you! In return you'll be offered: Company pension scheme, 25 days holiday Gym membership discount Cycle to work scheme Company away days Private healthcare (after 1 year of employment). Free parking As a business we are incredibly proud to be consistently recognised as one of the Best Companies to Work - receiving the highest possible 3 star accreditation and ranked as one of The Sunday Times Top 100 Small Companies to Work For in 2017, 2018 and 2019. networx is also officially ranked as the 18th Best Company to Work For in Yorkshire and The Humber. Our commitment to delivering high quality solutions starts with our people. It is the unrivalled skills of our employees that allow networx to support clients in a unique and highly tailored manner and reflect their specific needs.
networx Oxford, UK
19/07/2019
Full time
Forester (Arboriculture / Forestry) £30,000 - £35,000 plus car/allowance Oxfordshire - Covering the South of England We currently have an opportunity for a Forester to join our client on a permanent basis. Covering sites across the South of England, you will play an integral part of the Arboricultural and Forestry team, maintaining the quality and level of service delivery to ensure that their forestry portfolio is appropriately enhanced. Reporting to Arboriculture & Forestry Lead, you will establish and maintain agreed levels of Forestry management plans, and oversee the delivery of all Forestry works within the assigned MoD contract areas. You will also ensure that all works to be undertaken are in compliance with Health, Safety, Sustainability, Quality and Environmental Guidelines and Regulations, Codes of Practice and other statutory requirements prior to the release of any work programme to the Supply Chain. With a good understanding of the key trades and accepted standards of workmanship, the successful candidate will ideally hold recognised qualifications in Forestry and arboricultural surveying along with experience in both areas. You will be up to date with Health, Safety & Environmental guidelines and legislation along with having previously worked within strict ISO 9001/14001/18001 policies and procedures. The following qualifications are desirable however not essential: H&S Certification BCT Bat Awareness Course ipaf PAL MEWP Certification Relevant NPTC Certification Basic working knowledge of GIS In return, our client offers a competitive salary and car / car allowance along with excellent benefits.
networx Croydon, UK
19/07/2019
Contractor
Test Lead - 12 months fixed-term contract Salary: £55,500 - £60,000 per annum Location: Croydon Our client is looking for a Test Lead on an initial 12 months fixed-term contract to join our team, reporting to the Head of Development. The job holder will lead, plan and implement a testing strategy with in-house and externally sourced applications. Typical responsibilities in this varied role include accountability for testing requirements on BAU and change projects, owning a number of work streams, determining testing policy and managing client relationships with respect to all testing matters. They require an IT professional with senior testing capability with proven success within an Agile, V-Model/Waterfall project methodology. They expect applicants will have a strong aptitude of test automation using .net; Selenium, SQL, Jenkins, JIRA/Zephyr, test data management, functional testing and test process improvement. Finally, any pensions or asset management experience would be desirable. The position provides an opportunity to contribute to their strategic direction within the technology function; helping deliver an exceptional service that is fit for purpose. They can also offer you the chance to cement existing skills as well as learn new skills in a dynamic environment within a growing financial services organisation. Sound like you? Apply now. Our client is an Equal Opportunities employer and welcomes applications from all sections of the community. No agencies please.
networx London, UK
19/07/2019
Full time
Business Continuity Manager London £Competitive Salary Our client has a new opportunity for a meticulous and tech-savvy individual with a consultative approach to work with key business areas to identify business process that require technology, detailing risk assessment and planning for potential disaster recovery. You will ensure departments have up to date survival plans and are aware of the processes until services can be restored. You will review and update the existing Technology Playbook / Crisis Management Plan, ensuring that all relevant documentation is available to all relevant staff, even when systems are unavailable. You'll deliver robust contingency plans and ensure that targeted crisis management training is undertaken by all staff. With proven business continuity management experience, either as an auditor or implementor, you will have a good understanding of recovery strategies to limit any negative impact to the Group. Confident and approachable, you will be an excellent communicator and able to discuss technical issues with non-tech stakeholders. Educated to degree level or equivalent, you will be able to analyse information and encourage senior level managers to understand the importance of their departmental processes. You will be adept at working on a variety of projects simultaneously and demonstrate key problem solving skills. Our client is committed to promoting equal employment opportunities without discrimination on the basis of race, colour, religion, belief, age, gender, sexual orientation, national origin, disability or marital status.
networx Croydon, UK
19/07/2019
Contact Centre Team Member / Call Centre Advisor Salary: £26,178 Location: Croydon Our client protect the futures of millions of people in the UK who belong to defined benefit pension schemes. Their members rely on them to look after their pensions if their employers go bust and the pension schemes cannot afford to pay what they promised. They are currently looking for a Contact Centre Team Member to join their award winning team and become part of the future of providing excellence of service to their members. Their Contact Centre Team is at the heart of what they do, offering excellent customer service to the members who call in to speak to them. As the Contact Centre Team Member you will gain the opportunity to join an organisation that values and respects their members and always has service at the forefront of everything they do. As the first point of contact in response to their member's queries you will be entering a world of variety, not only on a daily basis but as each call raises a different query you will be immersed in helping their members overcome what can be confusing, difficult or challenging times. This means that they do not work off of scripts, you will need to be able to show empathy and have a calm, natural yet professional communication style; explaining complex issues in a clear and engaging way. Their Contact Centre Team Members need to have recent customer service experience, especially speaking to customers on the telephone; they're especially keen to hear from those candidates who have either worked in a Contact Centre environment or where speaking to customers over the phone has been an important part of their role. Experience of working in the financial services industry would also be beneficial, but is not essential; full training will be provided by their dedicated team of professional trainers. You will be joining an environment that requires absolute dedication to the member and also understand that whilst we make it clear this is not a sales role, we do have clear service level objectives that need to be met. They will consider applicants looking for Part Time hours across 5 days per week or even a possible job share as well as full time applications. Sound like you? Apply now. No agencies please. Keywords: Customer Service, Administration, Telephone Customer Service, Call Centre
networx Flackwell Heath, UK
19/07/2019
Customer Service Team Leader (Property Repairs and Maintenance) High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire Salary £33,087 per annum plus generous benefits Permanent, Full Time (37.5 hours per week Monday - Friday) This is a very exciting time to be joining our client. With 15,000 properties, a turnover of £115m and a substantial development and sales programme, they are making the most of their many opportunities in a challenging but rewarding environment. They are currently seeking a technically minded, customer focused Team Leader to confidently and effectively line-manage 8 Customer Service Advisors and manage daily operations within our Customer Contact Centre. The successful candidate must come from a property repairs and maintenance background with experience of working in a supervisory or management role. A positive approach to delivering excellent customer experience is essential to the role. You'll need the ability to work well within, and motivate your team. Strong communication skills; along with a solution focussed mind-set is essential. In addition to this you must be flexible, resourceful and open to change. Promoting and providing an excellent customer experience is key for this role, you will ensure repairs are being scheduled and dealt with by your team promptly. Working with two other team leaders you will select and appoint CSA's to the team while effectively coaching individual performance. With previous experience of improving process within a repairs and maintenance environment; you will be able to demonstrate your understanding of their processes whilst dealing with escalated queries from your team. They offer a great place to work, an attractive range of benefits such as Health Cash Plan, Bonus potential, competitive Pension options and 25 days Holiday on starting in addition to 3 days closure at Christmas, as well as supporting flexible ways of working. They welcome applications from all sections of the communities they work in. Shortlisting will be conducted in line with the essential and desirable criteria set out in the person specification. They reserve the right to close this role earlier than the published date should a suitable candidate be identified.
networx Lancaster, UK
19/07/2019
Full time
Residential Support Worker Bentham (Near Lancaster) Salary: £20,725 - £25,769 per annum + excellent benefits Closing Date: Sunday 21 July 2019 Our client is renowned for providing inspirational education and care to children and young people, resulting in life changing experiences and countless stories of success. Their track record of success and sector-leading Ofsted judgements has been achieved through an ethos of high aspirations, placement stability through their 'team around the child' approach, unique in-school therapy solutions and inspiring environments. These all combine to optimise life opportunities for children and young people. Are you looking to professionally progress? Our client supports, encourages and funds level three diplomas in Residential Care! They currently have rewarding but challenging opportunities for Residential Support Workers to join their well-established team in Bentham. Working with young people in their residential environments you will provide a holistic approach to their care whilst implementing and maintaining a calm, safe and relaxed living environment. Within this role you will always encourage and motivate our client's young people to get the best out of everything they do, this includes within their home environment and out in the community. Other responsibilities include undertaking casework, report writing and initiating and implementing individual care plans. You will also attend meetings when required as a representative and a voice for their children and young people. You will also understand their approach that every young person's journey is different and be adaptable in the way you work ensuring dignity and confidentiality is at the forefront of everything you do. About you The successful candidate will ideally have experience working in a similar environment with vulnerable children and young people. You must also have the ability to build positive relationships as well as excellent communication skills. You must have held a full UK Driving Licence for a minimum of 12 months. Benefits Competitive salary Contributory pension Comprehensive induction and ongoing training 35 days holiday (including bank holidays) £1000 per annum Attendance Incentive Scheme Group staff benefits, such as a Medicash Health Plan/Employee Assistance Cycle to Work Scheme DBS Enhanced checks and covers the costs for all new employees Our client is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of their young people. This post is subject to an enhanced DBS check. They are an equal opportunities employer welcoming applications from all sections of the community.
networx Kendal LA9, UK
19/07/2019
Full time
Residential Support Worker Kendal (field-based covering multiple sites) Salary: £20,725 - £25,769 per annum + excellent benefits Closing Date: Sunday 21 July 2019 Our client is renowned for providing inspirational education and care to children and young people, resulting in life changing experiences and countless stories of success. Their track record of success and sector-leading Ofsted judgements has been achieved through an ethos of high aspirations, placement stability through their 'team around the child' approach, unique in-school therapy solutions and inspiring environments. These all combine to optimise life opportunities for children and young people. Are you looking to professionally progress? Our client supports, encourages and funds level three diplomas in Residential Care! They currently have rewarding but challenging opportunities for Residential Support Workers to join their well-established team in Kendal. Working with young people in their residential environments you will provide a holistic approach to their care whilst implementing and maintaining a calm, safe and relaxed living environment. Within this role you will always encourage and motivate our client's young people to get the best out of everything they do, this includes within their home environment and out in the community. Other responsibilities include undertaking casework, report writing and initiating and implementing individual care plans. You will also attend meetings when required as a representative and a voice for their children and young people. You will also understand their approach that every young person's journey is different and be adaptable in the way you work ensuring dignity and confidentiality is at the forefront of everything you do. About you The successful candidate will ideally have experience working in a similar environment with vulnerable children and young people. You must also have the ability to build positive relationships as well as excellent communication skills. You must have held a full UK Driving Licence for a minimum of 12 months. Benefits Competitive salary Contributory pension Comprehensive induction and ongoing training 35 days holiday (including bank holidays) £1000 per annum Attendance Incentive Scheme Group staff benefits, such as a Medicash Health Plan/Employee Assistance Cycle to Work Scheme DBS Enhanced checks and covers the costs for all new employees Our client is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of their young people. This post is subject to an enhanced DBS check. They are an equal opportunities employer welcoming applications from all sections of the community.
networx Chippenham, UK
19/07/2019
Full time
Graphic Designer Chippenham, Wiltshire £32,121 - £35,333 pro rata Permanent part time (25 hours per week, flexible) Passionate about great places to live, our client is a housing association group with charitable status which develops a range of new homes - for rent, shared ownership, and sale - and provides housing management, care and support, and commercial property services. This role is within the group-wide Communications team, providing expertise in graphic design and production and leading delivery of that service day to day. In this role you will develop creative and engaging designs from concept to delivery in line with agreed brand guidelines, working with, and advising, their internal customers as required. You will be responsible for the design, production and creative development of a diverse range of materials required across the group - including customer magazines, sales brochures, reports, posters and leaflets, site signage, campaign designs and more. Confident producing publications and publicity materials for print, you will ideally also have digital experience designing material for use on websites and social media channels. Only those with extensive hands-on experience and demonstrable high-level proficiency using professional graphic design software (InDesign, Photoshop and Illustrator, preferably on a Mac) - along with a keen eye for detail - need apply. An ability to work well under pressure and to tight deadlines, while maintaining accuracy, is essential. Closing date: 11 August 2019 Interview date: w/c 2 September 2019
networx Evesham WR11, UK
19/07/2019
Full time
Neighbourhood Officer Fixed term contract until March 2020 Evesham, Worcestershire Salary £28,616 pro rata to length of contract 37 hours per week Our client is one of the top 100 Best Not-for-Profit companies to work for in the UK. They currently have a fantastic opportunity for a Neighbourhood Officer to join their team based in Evesham on a fixed term contract. As the face of Rooftop in the communities, you will provide a full frontline housing service, including a comprehensive and tenancy management service for a defined neighbourhood, working with customers and stakeholders to develop thriving, resilient communities. They want you to ensure that excellent customer focused services are delivered consistently. In partnership with key stakeholders, you will work to improve and develop communities to ensure they are sustainable and promote customer engagement and satisfaction. In addition to this you will work with colleagues and other agencies to ensure their vulnerable customers receive the support they need to sustain their tenancies. Their ideal candidate will have previous experience of delivering a customer focussed service in a fast paced and busy environment. You will work in an agile way to best meet the needs of the business and your customers. You must have the ability to grasp new areas of responsibility quickly in this ever changing sector. It is essential you have a full and current driving licence and use of own vehicle for business purposes. The vacancy closes at 9am on Friday 2 August 2019. Interviews on 9 August 2019.
networx Evesham WR11, UK
19/07/2019
Full time
Income Assistant Evesham, Worcestershire 18.5 hours per week £11,369 per annum Our client is one of the top 100 Best Not-for-Profit companies to work for in the UK. They are currently seeking a proactive, confident individual to provide efficient administration support service as part of the Housing Administration team. They currently have a fantastic opportunity for an Income Assistant to support the Income Manager in the administration and recovery of service charges for all tenure types. Within this role, you will support the credit and debt write-offs on the Housing Management System, assist with telephone enquiries for all areas of income management and recover rent arrears. They're looking for a self-motivated individual who has excellent communication skills (written and verbal) with the ability to understand and empathise with the challenges facing customers. Experience of using Microsoft Office software including Word, Excel and Outlook is essential. Company Benefits • 23 days annual leave plus bank holidays • Modern working environment • Subsidised gym memberships • Cycle scheme • Health scheme • New home leave • Volunteer scheme The vacancy closes at 9am on 31 July2019. Interviews on 15 August 2019.
networx Matlock DE4, UK
19/07/2019
Full time
Mobilisation Manager / Individual Giving Manager Matlock, Derbyshire £28,000 - £30,000 Full Time Permanent Join our client as Mobilisation Manager and you could soon be leading a team mobilising mass public support for a wilder future. Their vision is a Derbyshire rich in wildlife, valued by everyone, where wildlife moves freely through our countryside, towns and cities. Gathering and motivating public support from across the county is critical to achieving this vision. The Mobilisation Manager will do just that; growing their membership; creating powerful appeals and fundraising opportunities; driving campaigning actions that result in real change. This is a core role with influence and impact across all of the Trust's public engagement work. * The official job title is Mobilisation Manager but our client is looking for candidates with the following backgrounds; Individual Giving Manager, Campaign Manager, Head of Campaigns, Fundraising Manager, Membership Manager and Digital Fundraising Manager.
networx New Ollerton, Newark NG22, UK
18/07/2019
Finance Administrator / Purchase Ledger / Sales Ledger Newark £17,500 pro rata Permanent, Part time (17.5 hours to be worked flexibly) Our client believes that everyone deserves to live a healthy, wildlife-rich natural world and that everyone should have the opportunity to experience the joy of wildlife in their daily lives. They are currently looking for an enthusiastic Finance Administrator to help provide support to their finance team. You will be responsible for ensuring the accurate processing of transactions in accordance with statutory regulations, standing financial orders and accounting good practice. Processing purchase orders, invoices, expense claims and credit cards, you will work closely with budget holders and other non finance staff. Providing support to the Legacy Admin service is another key feature of the role. The successful candidate will ideally have some experience of working in finance. Knowledge/experience of purchase ledger, sales ledger, account reconciliation and VAT accounting is desirable but not essential. With a methodical approach to work, you will be familiar with computerised accounts and Microsoft Excel, be process orientated and numerate, with a high level of attention to detail. This is an ideal opportunity for someone who is looking to progress a career in finance, therefore a willingness to learn and develop will be key. Our client is a grassroots movement of 800,000 members, 43,000 volunteers and 2,800 staff across the UK dedicated to their vision and driven by their beliefs. Our client likes an unmatched presence on the ground helping to inspire millions of people about wildlife every year and managing nearly 100,000 hectares of land. Closing date: 11 August 2019 First Interview: 19 August 2019
networx Matlock DE4, UK
18/07/2019
Mobilisation Manager / Individual Giving Manager Matlock, Derbyshire £28,000 - £30,000 Full Time Permanent Join our client as Mobilisation Manager and you could soon be leading a team mobilising mass public support for a wilder future. Their vision is a Derbyshire rich in wildlife, valued by everyone, where wildlife moves freely through our countryside, towns and cities. Gathering and motivating public support from across the county is critical to achieving this vision. The Mobilisation Manager will do just that; growing their membership; creating powerful appeals and fundraising opportunities; driving campaigning actions that result in real change. This is a core role with influence and impact across all of the Trust's public engagement work. * The official job title is Mobilisation Manager but our client is looking for candidates with the following backgrounds; Individual Giving Manager, Campaign Manager, Head of Campaigns, Fundraising Manager, Membership Manager and Digital Fundraising Manager.
networx Stoke-on-Trent, UK
18/07/2019
Seasonal
HR Data and Payroll Administrator Stoke-on-Trent £22,731.32 pro rata'd Temporary, 12 Months Contract Part Time, 17.5 hours per week Our client is looking for a confident Administrator to join their friendly HR Team to help provide high quality HR data and payroll to colleagues and external contacts. You will process monthly employee hours, holidays and pay information, manage and maintain the HR database and produce regular and ad-hoc information for the organisation. You'll also provide brilliant communication and support services, first class administration and support the HR Manager with upcoming projects. You will need to be confident using Microsoft Office, have excellent administration skills and experience of payroll data entry. A customer service background and genuine interest in HR is also essential. If you're interested in this opportunity with purpose , they'd love to hear from you.
networx Cambridge, UK
18/07/2019
Full time
Early Years Group Leader / Nursery Team Leader Cambridge £19,281.60 - £22,068.80 pa Permanent full-time (40 hrs per week) Our clients vibrant community Nursery is part of their Group, a Top 100 UK not for profit organisation. What makes them different is their commitment to ongoing training and their investment in their valued team members to develop and progress through their bespoke Career Path Framework. Are you genuinely someone who wants to make a positive contribution from day one to promote the welfare of the children in their care? If you are a supportive team player who is wanting to share and support the strong ethos of their Nursery, then they would love to hear from you. They are looking for a passionate Early Years Group Leader to provide outstanding care and education for children in their lively nursery. Leading the Early Years Educators and Nursery Assistants, you'll provide support, motivation and positively promote the welfare of the children to the team. Planning a range of activities for various ages and developmental stages, you will also create enriched learning opportunities for children in line with EYFS. Further to this you will Keep chidrens' development records up to date and produce Education and Care Plans. We're looking for someone who shares and supports the strong ethos of our Nursery, who will foster positive relations with parents and carers. They're looking for someone who is qualified to Level 3 in childcare (or equivalent), who has the ability to meet the variable needs of the children and the Nursery. Being a Self-motivated individual you'll be keen to learn and develop. With regular Training, development and career progression through our Career Path Framework, they offer excellent opportunities. Further to this they offer a wide range of benefits including 30 days holiday p.a, increasing annually until the maximum entitlement of 35 days is reached (5 years), Holiday purchase scheme (up to 5 days per year), pension scheme, Sick Pay Scheme, Employee Assistance Programme, Discounted gym membership and corporate membership of Edenred Travel Club. There's free on site parking, uniform and DBS check Please note this position is subject to satisfactory references and a clear Enhanced DBS Disclosure. If you are registered with the online DBS Update Service, this may escalate your application process. They are interviewing throughout the advertising process, so you are encouraged to submit your application as soon as you can if you are interested in applying.
networx Matlock DE4, UK
18/07/2019
Full time
Mobilisation Manager / Individual Giving Manager Matlock, Derbyshire £28,000 - £30,000 Full Time Permanent Join our client as Mobilisation Manager and you could soon be leading a team mobilising mass public support for a wilder future. Their vision is a Derbyshire rich in wildlife, valued by everyone, where wildlife moves freely through our countryside, towns and cities. Gathering and motivating public support from across the county is critical to achieving this vision. The Mobilisation Manager will do just that; growing their membership; creating powerful appeals and fundraising opportunities; driving campaigning actions that result in real change. This is a core role with influence and impact across all of the Trust's public engagement work. * The official job title is Mobilisation Manager but our client is looking for candidates with the following backgrounds; Individual Giving Manager, Campaign Manager, Head of Campaigns, Fundraising Manager, Membership Manager and Digital Fundraising Manager.