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Anonymous Reading, UK
25/09/2018
Contractor
Campaign Administrator / Project Manager / Reading Berkshire / £12.80ph / £25,000pa -+ Bens. Exciting opportunity to join a fast paced IT Outsourcing Client - varied and busy role for a Campaign Administrator / Project Manager. Our Client a Pan European Out Sourced Call Centre based in the heart of Reading, specialising in IT Telemarketing on behalf of the World's leading IT Security Companies. We are looking for a Campaign Manager to support on boarding of new Campaigns fron Conception through to Delivery. We are looking for a Campaign Administrator Manager / Project Manager with a Agency or Contact Centre background / within a B2B environment. The ideal candidate will have a solid background in working on Multiple Campaigns and have excellent interpersonal skills. This is a fantastic opportunity to build on your current skills and our position is varied, busy and require all your skills and more! To be considered for the Campaign Admin Manager post: you need to be confident / articulate / and an excellent communicator. Admin or Project Manager / PA experience: 09:00-17:30-Mon-Friday - £25,000pa- £12.80 ph -Temp to Perm. Job Responsiblities for the Campaign Admin Manager: On borarding new Campaigns fron Concept to delivery Monitor Campaigns, and manage client and Sales teams expectations Delivering on quality, on profit and on time Updating Gant chart for onboarding Campaigns Desired experience for Campaign Admin Manager: Previous experience in high volume campaign Marketing Client facing, confident,ability to attend Client meetings and Sales Teams Campaign Delivery / Project Delivery Knowledge of setting up Telemarketing Campaigns Excellent communicator, both written and Verbal, strong presentation skills Excellent customer relationship management Excellent Opportunity to build on your current experience and further develop your Career. If you are interested in the Campaign Administrator Manager / Project Manager role and Live in Reading or commutable from Reading, Berkshire, Please send in cv asap. A 10 minute walk from Reading Train Station- can commute from Oxford, Bracknell , Slough and surrounding areas
Anonymous Merthyr Tydfil, UK
25/09/2018
Full time
Due to recent growth and award of large contracts, one of the UKs leading manufacturers is looking for an experienced Contracts & Bid Manager to maintain a close control over enquires & orders on Public Sector contracts to ensure that the specific requirements are met with close liaison with Production, Customer Service and Distribution 70 years of experience combined with an unstoppable drive for innovation, ensures they continue to win high profile contracts and awards. From family run headquarters in South Wales, the design team's focus on style and quality translates into highly effective results for their customers Responsibilities: Writing Tender submissions for Public and Private Sector contracts Provide a full level of support on and off site of the Public & Private Sector contracts Create a brief to onboard all awarded contracts and prepare a working procedure that links to any Service Level agreements/KPI's that can be cascaded to the relevant personnel. Ensure contract KPI's, MI's and SLA are maintained, met and reported via the contractual agreement. Offsite contract review meetings to be held quarterly, half yearly and annually. Manage and report to Executive team on department performance via agreed targets Manage the Bid contracts and Specifier/Estimater functions, providing cover where required Oversee the bid opportunities websites to ensure all prospects are captured Oversee and assist for prices on spot and term contracts Manage all relevant administration tasks when Triumph is to provide products for Tenders/Samples/Mock-up's and Projects in order to meet the desired timescales Assist the Commercial Director with any other related tasks as required Additional hours maybe required to be worked when the business requires it. Essential Skills required: Experience in tendering and bid submission with a proven winning track record. Experience in Contract management Experience in People management Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite - Excel, Word etc Numeric Teamplayer, Supportive, Dedicated, Tenacious Desirable Skills required: Previous experience within the Office Furniture Industry Estimating & pricing Interpretation of space plans and product specifications Click 'Apply Now' or give me a quick call anytime Dave Hoskins I Flagship Consulting I (Apply online only)
Anonymous London, UK
25/09/2018
Full time
Corporate Account Officer / Administrator (Charity) Alzheimer's Society is the UK's leading dementia charity. We provide information and support, improve care, fund research, and create lasting change for people affected by dementia. Position: Regional Corporate Account Officer Location: Flexible across England Wales and Northern Ireland Contract type: Full time, Permanent Hours: 35 per week Salary: £20,345, £21,362 or £24,393 actual per annum, depending on location Closing date: by 5PM on Monday 1 October Interview date: TBC About the role: The Regional fundraising team at the Alzheimer's Society is growing and we have a position available for someone to join us and provide outstanding support to our Regional Corporate Fundraising team who work across six regions. We have a hugely successful track record of corporate fundraising throughout England, Wales, and Northern Ireland and we're looking for someone who can help us to continue this success by using their administrative expertise to help us deliver on our ambitious targets. As Regional Corporate Account Officer you will be providing administration support to the Regional Corporate Account Management team to help deliver our portfolio of accounts. You will provide first class customer care to corporate contacts,and will support the team to deliver fundraising events as well as create and share fundraising toolkits and ideas. In addition, you will manage various financial processes on behalf of the team including monitoring and recoding income. This is a fantastic opportunity for you to join a truly exciting team to gain experience within regional corporate partnerships fundraising and build on your administrative skills. About you: This is a busy and varied role and we are looking for an enthusiastic, highly organised individual who has excellent attention to detail. You will have strong written and verbal communication skills and will be able to plan, prioritise and deliver to tight timescales. If you enjoy working in a team and want to gain experience within the charity sector and/or corporate partnerships we are interested in hearing from you. Our employees work hard every day to make a true difference in people's lives. We are proud to support them with a range of benefits, recognition and many options for working agilely. All contributing to a strong work life balance. We also have various learning programmes to support you in your development and help you grow to realise your potential and shape a career with Alzheimer's Society. Alzheimer's Society is committed to equal opportunities. You may have experience of the following: Corporate Account Officer, Account Officer, Corporate Account Assistant, Account Executive, Corporate Account Administrator, Corporate Partnerships, Administrator, Admin Assistant, Administrative Assistant, Fundraising Administrator, Admin Support, Corporate Fundraiser, Fundraising, Fundraising Assistant, Fundraising, Charity, Charities, NFP, Not for Profit, Third Sector, etc
Anonymous St Neots, Saint Neots PE19, UK
25/09/2018
Full time
Job Title: Fluent Spanish / French speaking Customer Service Administrators Location: St Neots, Cambridgeshire, England This leading international company are looking for Spanish / French speaking Customer Care Administrators to be based at their head office in St Neots Cambridge England. Fluent Spanish / French speakers are required to deliver the highest levels of service excellence and positively contribute to achieving the highest quality customer care. Serving the Spanish / French market the Spanish / French speaking Customer Care Administrators will provide expert customer support by building and development customer relationships with internal Spanish / French customers as well as interpreting sometimes complex queries, initiating the appropriate action, and ensuring effective resolution of all requests. Successful Spanish / French speaking Customer Care Administrators will need to be able to demonstrate: * Passionate about delivering excellent customer service * Must be fluent in both oral and written English French and Spanish * Excellent IT skills. * Excellent communication skills with both internal & external customers * Able to build good relationships at all levels with a positive and flexible approach * Able to solve problems, have initiative, and open to continuous improvement and learning The working environment is excellent with a truly supportive and team approach. Excellent working environment with break out areas and an industry leading benefits package. The company are rapidly expanding in Europe and enjoying significant growth in the UK market. Any fluency in these additional languages would be very beneficial, Spanish, Italian, French, German, Dutch, Swedish, Finnish, French Highly recommended to any customer service people as an excellent position with an employer of choice. Athena Resourcing Solutions is an employment agency and employment business. We are an equal opportunities employer and we welcome applications from candidates of all races, genders, ages, religions and beliefs, sexual orientations and people with disabilities. Due to the high volume of applications we receive we are very sorry but it is not always possible to respond to each applicant personally. Only those applicants who are short listed for the position can be contacted. If you have not heard from us within two days please assume that your application for this particular position has been unsuccessful. Search criteria: Customer care
Anonymous 400 Springfield Rd, Belfast BT12 7DU, UK
25/09/2018
Full time
Ecologist - Planning & Environment Section Belfast Up to £33,000 (depending on experience) + Benefits The Planning and Environmental team within RPS has been involved in a wide range of projects from small scale housing developments up to the £250 million Gas to the West pipeline project. About the Role * An Ecologist with demonstrable relevant experience * Experienced in Phase 1 Habitat Surveys; Bat Surveys; Mammal Surveys * Capable of taking projects from concept to completion * Completing ecological consultancy work for range of project types from concept to completion * Providing expert advice to clients and integrated consultant team * Liaising with other members of the RPS Planning & Environmental Team to deliver an effective service to our clients; * Supporting senior staff in business development activities About You * An Ecologist with demonstrable relevant experience * Degree level in relevant ecology or environmental discipline * CIEEM or equivalent qualification (dependent on years' experience) * Excellent reporting skills with ability to write clearly and concisely * Be able to communicate effectively within a team and with clients About Us RPS Group Plc is a multinational energy resources and environmental consultancy company. In this constantly changing world, organisations everywhere face challenges and complex issues that need to be overcome. RPS are dedicated to providing clients with solutions, practical advice and value added support services tailored to their needs. Our Northern Ireland Office, situated in Belfast, employs over 200 staff and has been providing services to the UK and Ireland for the past 70 years. We offer a wide range of opportunities, in a dynamic work place, where achievements are rewarded and progress encouraged. As one of Ireland's leading multidisciplinary consultancies, we are working on many high profile Planning, Engineering, Water, Waste, Transport, Project Management and Environment projects and require innovative and motivated staff. With an enviable client list and the scale and diversity of projects that only a multi-disciplinary consultancy can offer, we can provide unparalleled opportunities to showcase your talents and truly develop your career. If you think you have what it takes then please forward your CV to Rachel Evans, Recruitment Manager, and a member of our recruitment team will be in touch as soon as possible. RPS is an Equal Opportunities employer. Applications received through Recruitment Agencies will not be considered
Anonymous Crawley, UK
25/09/2018
Full time
Administrator required within a fast paced HR department of a reputable and prestigious Company with a base in central Crawley. Hours of work will be Monday to Friday 9am - 5.30pm. Free parking on site and excellent access to public transport. The focus of this role will be to provide effective administration support to the Managers and employees. The main responsibilities of this role will be as follows: - Maintain accurate records for all new employees regarding time and attendance - Completion of all references for new employees - Holiday cover for Receptionist - Provide secretarial and administrative support to the Company - Support management team in letter writing in the communication to staff - Attend disciplinary/investigation meetings as note taker - Assist with HR audits - Set up and maintain employee personnel files - Support HR Manager in ad-hoc admin duties as required In order to be successful in this role, you must have the following skills and experience: - HR Admin experience is essential - Excellent communication skill both written and verbal - Excellent organizational, planning and administrative skills and a good eye for detail - Excellent interpersonal skills with the ability to communicate with people at different levels and from different geographical and ethnic cultures - Experience of working in a busy, sometimes high pressure environment - Ability to deal with confidential information - Ensure safety is never compromised whilst fully complying with The Health & Safety at Work Act
Anonymous Alfreton DE55, UK
25/09/2018
Seasonal
Hire Desk Coordinator Inspire Resourcing are delighted to be recruiting a hire desk coordinator for this well established company based in Alfreton. This is a fantastic opportunity for an individual with excellent customer service / sales experience & organisational skills, who is available to start immediately. You will be responsible for: * Receiving telephone orders * Preparing and presenting timely quotations * Proactively selling equipment and services * Actively upselling to customers * Undertaking the correct administration in order that the system remains maintained and the hire desk can run smoothly * Ensuring the system is fully utilised to provide upto date information to customers making enquiries * Sourcing external customers for future hires and sales * Keeping up to date with current technical knowledge across the product range * Advising customers on current safety legislation * Accepting other specific responsibiites as required by the sales manager * Any other duties commensurate with the grade and nature of this position The ideal candidate will have: * Experience in a customer facing role * Good telecommunication skills * IT literate with good knowledge of Microsoft Office applications * Excellent organisational and time management skills * Self-motivated with capability of working independently * Ability to work well as part of a team * Able to diversify job roles in order to assist others in the team Benefits £18000 Monday - Friday On site parking
Anonymous Cheshire, UK
25/09/2018
Full time
Regional Recruitment Manager Salary circa £50k to £75k DOE + uncapped bonus with no threshold + Car Overview With turnover of £70m, 250 staff and strong profitability we are looking to continue our growth through the appointment of a Regional Recruitment Manager based in the Warrington area. We are very strong financially and whilst other agencies have gone through difficulties and contracted, Interaction has continually expanded over the last 10 years. This recruit will be an instrinsic part of the vision and develop and build our branches within the Division. With an established team and client base in the North, we are now looking to take the business to the next level. It is a very exciting time to join Interaction and be pivotal in delivering our business plan. Interaction Recruitment offers attractive roles with a lot of autonomy. We allow you to be entrepreneurs and to run the business like it is your own. We offer above market remuneration. Responsibilities include: · To develop and raise the companys profile in the region · Personally establish client base and billings · Lead the team in winning worthwhile & profitable business · Increase revenues & profitability · Recruit, train and retain consultants at all levels throughout the region · To grow further business in your region · Open new revenue streams and build on an already hugely successful division. This is an excellent opportunity for an experienced senior recruitment professional to join us and progress your career to the next level. For more information or a confidential conversation please contact Nanette Cleghorn on (Apply online only) or email
Anonymous Coventry, UK
25/09/2018
Full time
Advocate VoiceAbility supports people who face disadvantage or discrimination to have a voice that counts. Providing advocacy and user involvement services across England, VoiceAbility is a growing organisation working with people who are vulnerable or marginalised to raise their voices and have their rights respected. Position: Advocate Location: Coventry / Warwickshire Job type: Full Time, Permanent Hours: 37.5 hours per week (Part time & Job Share considered) Salary: £21,000 to £25,700 per annum Benefits: 28 days annual leave plus bank holidays; 5% employer pension & 3% employee contribution; Salary sacrifice pension scheme; Cycle to work; Employee Assistance programme; Supportive working environment fostering a good work / life balance; Support with professional development. Closing date for applications: 8th October, 2018. About the role: Advocates support people who may be marginalised or vulnerable to speak up and be heard and contribute to the wider impact of the organisation. Their work strengthens voices, supports human rights and changes lives. Advocacy can be vital for people who cannot speak up for themselves, or people who feel they do not have the power to do so. Advocates work in the front line delivering positive outcomes for people they support breaking down complex information into various formats to empower individuals. Advocates will support and enable service users understanding of their options. Advocates empower individuals to communicate their views in decisions making process, empowering them to make challenges, or where necessary undertake challenges and ask pertinent questions on the person's behalf where they are unable to do so for themselves. The role is office based, with extensive travel across the Coventry and Warwickshire regions to care homes, hospitals and clients' homes. About you: - Be passionate about empowering and enabling individuals to have their wishes, feelings, beliefs and needs taken into account - Demonstrate excellent verbal, listening and written communication skills - Have the ability to engage with people with complex needs and communication difficulties - Be experienced in influencing and working with health and social care professionals, legal services, care staff and family members - Be able to build good relationships with clients, health and social care professionals, legal professionals and carers - Be able to identify and act appropriately where issues of safeguarding individuals arise - Have strong IT skills to accurately record information in line with policy and current data standards - Be experienced in working with marginalised and vulnerable adults and or children - Be able to research complex and sensitive issues independently, using case law, national policy and guidance for advocates to work to resolution of issues Desirable skills or experience: - A full, clean UK driving license and access to own vehicle. There is extensive travel involved with this role. - Hold or be working towards Independent Advocacy Qualification - Knowledge and experience of the Mental Health Act (1983, revised 2007), Care Act (2014) and Mental Capacity Act (2007) and The Principles of Human Rights and Advocacy Please note: If you don't already hold the Independent Advocacy Qualification it is a requirement of the role that you complete this within 12 months of commencing employment. You may have experience of the following: Advocate, Advocator, Vulnerable Adults, Social Worker, Healthcare, Policy, Legislation, Support Worker, Charity, Third Sector etc. Advice & Guidance
Anonymous Stratford-upon-Avon CV37, UK
25/09/2018
Full time
Concierge Orchard Gate, Stratford Upon Avon, West Midlands About Us McCarthy & Stone is the UK's leading retirement housebuilder with a 70% share of the owner-occupied retirement housing market. Since 1977, the company has sold more than 51,000 apartments in more than 1,100 different locations. We currently have over 100 developments under construction or for sale in the UK and are proud to be the only UK housebuilder, of any size or type, to have been awarded the NHBC's Five Star rating for customer satisfaction for twelve years running. McCarthy & Stone Management Services manage all retirement developments built by McCarthy & Stone. Our focus is to 'enhance the quality of people's lives in retirement' by providing the best possible 'lifestyle' and estate management services. At the very heart of this success is our people's desire to enrich the lives of our customers. We have fantastic people who care about the work they do and are proud to work for McCarthy & Stone, and this is where you come in. About the Role We are seeking a passionate and customer centric Concierge to work at Orchard Gate in Stratford Upon Avon. We are looking for a special kind of person to exemplify the high-quality customer standards that we are renowned for, and who can deliver high quality standards to our Homeowners so they get the most from their retirement. Some of the duties within this role include: * Helping Homeowners settle into their new home. * Providing a professional front of house service and welcome all visitors in a friendly manner. * Being available to all Homeowners to offer help, support and advice as necessary. * Facilitating social interaction and helping Homeowners to enjoy their lives in retirement. * Promoting good communications between the Homeowners and their families, and our partners and suppliers who provide support and other services. * Managing the development -, gardens and grounds - in an efficient and effective manner such that a safe, secure, well maintained and pleasant environment is provided for our Homeowners. * Dealing with emergency situations as they arise in a professional way. * Facilitating social interaction and helping Homeowners to enjoy retirement living to the full. About You The successful candidate will have the following key competencies: * Excellent customer service and communication skills with a real "can do" attitude. * A professional approach with high quality standards. * To be reliable and flexible to deal with out of hour's calls and emergencies on the development. * Be resilient and can problem solve effectively. Customer service experience is essential in this role as is having an awareness of basic Health and Safety and basic computer packages. Salary and Hours of Work £5101.20 for 10 hours per week, Monday to Friday Benefits In addition to an attractive salary benefits include Group Personal Pension, Life Assurance and Medical Screening Closing Date: Sunday 30 September 2018 How to Apply Click the Apply button below to be redirected to our website
Anonymous Dorset, UK
25/09/2018
Full time
Year One OTE: £25,000+ Year Two OTE: £35,000+ Year Three OTE: £50,000+ You want to get ahead, and we do too. We're looking for talented and ambitious Associate Recruitment Consultants to join us as we invest and grow. Why you should apply: * Earn up to £25k in Year 1, £35K in Year 2 and £50k+ in Year 3. * Move on up with structured career development from our Recruitment Academy training programme. * Build a long term future driven by your own efforts. * Enjoy a progressive company culture. It's an exciting time to be part of our team. As a leading UK recruitment and training company, we're innovative by nature and are a multi-award winning global organisation. The role: As an Associate Recruitment Consultant you'll help people who want a career change, and organisations seeking new hires. We're looking for someone keen to build long-term business relationships and find talented people. You'll sell our services to a range of clients from start-ups through to blue-chip organisations. It's not easy, but we can teach you what you need to know. Our Recruitment Academy training programme gives you a structured career development pathway to becoming a recruitment specialist. What you need: * Most importantly, you'll have the drive to succeed in a recruitment and sales career. * You are keen to progress and learn new skills. * You're motivated by your own wins, working to targets and delivering a first-class service. * You'll be a star negotiator with a good understanding of business, people and selling. * Being on the phone won't phase you and your time management is second to none. The Acorn Group is one of the UK's leading recruitment and training companies with a network of 33 branches and specialist divisions across Wales, and the South West, North West and South East England. We help recruit permanent, contract and temporary workers for full-time, part-time and or weekend work at all levels
Anonymous London, UK
25/09/2018
Seasonal
Workday Change Manager - Global Implementation Project Search Consultancy is recruiting on behalf of a market-leading international business and we are looking for a Workday Change Manager to support their Workday implementation project. This business is significantly expanding their operations in different areas and they are looking to improve their employee experience by introducing a new Cloud based HR System, Workday. Reporting into the Internal Communications Director, as the Workday Change Manager you will play a key role in the change management, adoption and training activities related to Workday. You will closely work with the Core HRIS Team in Spain, as well as with the IT and Marketing departments to ensure Workday adoption is optimised. This will initially be a 12 months FTC, with an opportunity to go permanent. Workday Change Manager - Requirements: * Previous experience in change management activities within Workday implementation projects * Excellent communications skills - fluency in English is essential, knowledge of Spanish or another European language will be a plus * Flexibility to regularly travel across Europe * Previous experience of working within a dynamic and international environment, on HR Transformation projects * Eligibility to work in UK This is an excellent opportunity to join a growing business, leader in their market and offering numerous career development opportunities across several European countries. If you are a Change Management specialist with recent Workday experience please apply with your most recent CV and we will get in touch as soon as possible with more details. Search is an equal opportunities recruiter and we welcome applications from all suitably skilled or qualified applicants, regardless of their race, sex, disability, religion/beliefs, sexual orientation or age
Anonymous Manchester Central Library, St. Peter's Square, Manchester M2 5PD, UK
25/09/2018
Full time
Head of Community Investment Salary: £46,689 - £57,064 Job Type: Full Time, Permanent Hours: 35 hours per week Location: South Manchester Benefits: Include fabulous, new, modern office environment, great pension options, 26 days holiday plus bank holidays, option to buy and sell, flexi days, fantastic learning and development opportunities, savings club, cycle to work scheme and much more. Closing date for applications: 5th October, 2018 About the Role: Are you a leader of change? Can you influence and engage partners and colleagues to deliver customer focused services? We have an exciting opportunity for an experienced and passionate leader to deliver our community and social investment offer. Reporting to the Director of Neighbourhoods, the Head of Community Investment is responsible for leading the work of our Community Investment team, developing a vision to turn our framework for service delivery into an operating model to ensure we achieve our purpose of alleviating poverty and disadvantage, creating sustainable, vibrant neighbourhoods where our customers want to live. You will be the figurehead for the external face of the business, working collaboratively with a range of local, regional and national partners to promote the work of the organisation, develop existing and new business opportunities and enhance the reputation of Great Places as a significant player in the sector. You will create the vision from which we will realise our ambitions in our corporate plan - through the work of responsive and accountable colleagues delivering customer focussed services, and by working with partners to ensure the maximum benefit for our customers and the business. You will effectively plan resources to ensure effective service delivery against our objectives and work to develop a high performing culture that embeds our new ways of working. About You: The successful candidate will be educated to degree level and / or have experience relevant to the role. You may have a relevant professional qualification / membership of sector or trade bodies along with an evidence of well-developed IT and keyboard skills You will have experience of working at a senior level influencing policy and understanding the operating context within the social housing, employment and skills or community sectors. A sound knowledge of the policy and socio-economic issues affecting social housing customers and the neighbourhoods where they live is highly desirable. The ability to travel between sites and to meet external commitments is essential. You may need to work outside of your normal working hours. You may have experience of the following: Community Investment, Social Investment, Community Development, Property Management, Housing Association, Social Housing etc. About our Company: Great Places Housing Group is not your average housing association. We are a forward-thinking, profit-for-purpose business that works hard to improve the lives of residents in our 19,000 homes across the North West and Yorkshire. Our work doesn't stop at our customers' front door. The surplus we make is invested back into the business to fund building new homes and to provide a full range of support services for some of the most vulnerable members of society including the homeless, young parents, older people and those with mental health needs. We are extremely proud of our dedicated, passionate and friendly colleagues who live our values and work hard to make a difference every day. Working for us you will be part of something special and in return, we offer a competitive package with a range of enhanced benefits and learning and development opportunities to help you achieve and exceed your potential
Anonymous Refectory Rd, Falmer, Brighton BN1 9QU, UK
25/09/2018
Full time
We are Recruiting!!! Do you have a hunger to succeed in Recruitment? Are you frustrated with red tape and micro management in your current role? Do you want to take control of your own desk? If your answer is yes to the above then this could be the next position for you…… First Recruitment Services are looking to expand their award winning team in our offices based in the North Laine in Brighton. If you are an established recruitment consultant who can hit the ground running and you have a passion for sales, over achieving and earning uncapped commission, please contact Lara Love on (Apply online only) for a confidential chat. In return, we will offer a competitive basic salary, uncapped commission, 3 months of threshold free earnings and all the support, guidance and IT/Job Board tools you require to succeed
Anonymous Goole DN14, UK
25/09/2018
Full time
Job Title: Part time HR Assistant (3 days per week) perm role Salary: £20,000 - £21,000 (pro rata) Location: Goole OVERVIEW: -Part time HR Assistant working for successful rapidly expanding SME -The organisation has long blue-chip customers and is expecting to increase their head-count dramatically. THE ROLE -A very exciting opportunity to be part of a team where they are experiencing success and formidable growth. The culture is motivational team driven and this is an excellent organisation to join. -Reporting directly into the MD and working across a number of UK sites this role is their first introduction to stand alone HR employed in the business. -The ideal candidate will already have worked in an HR department and ideally at HR Assistant level, had previous experience in ER, good employment law knowledge, policies and procedures, capable of working with Line Managers and advising on HR Best Practice, absence, maternity, paternity etc, appraisal system, the role will offer a lot of scope to make it your own and implement new ideas etc. THE CANDIDATE -Must be minimum CIPD Level 3 -Worked in a HR dept with experience at HR Assistant level -Strong on IT, Systems, and HR admin -Some ER experience -Good employment knowledge -Capable of working with Line Managers and advising on HR Best Practice -Absence management -Policies, procedures, employment contracts, THE COMPANY A very successful SME, working with excellent customers and looking to rapidly grow. If you would like to apply for this role please forward your CV preferably in Microsoft Word format to us including your full postal address and contact telephone numbers. THE CONSULTANCY •Edwards & Pearce is a professional recruitment consultancy with 11 specialist divisions managed by experts in their own area of recruitment •Established in 1998 •Employ approx 30 staff •2 offices in Doncaster & Hull •Edwards & Pearce operates according to a strict ethical code and aims to offer both candidates and clients the highest levels of professionalism and customer service. •Edwards & Pearce has an enviable client base including plc's, blue chip organisations and SME's , global FMCG manufacturing, the public sector, charities and the Big 4 accountancy firms achieving preferred supplier status with many clients •From the 2 offices based in Yorkshire, Edwards & Pearce successfully recruit for not only local, regional and national clients but has also undertaken and filled international assignments
Anonymous 41, Barkston House, Croydon St, Leeds LS11 9RT, UK
25/09/2018
Full time
Are you looking for an opportunity to work in a supportive team environment at one of the largest forward thinking GP practices in the country? Are you passionate about providing 1st class customer service and think you would thrive providing leadership to our 16+ passionate call handlers ensuring smooth running of our service? If this sounds like you, keep reading for details of this fantastic opportunity! What is the purpose of this job? Our Patient Contact Centre is the gateway for our 58,000 patients to access the care, help, reassurance and advice they need. All our call handlers are in a very privileged position to make a real difference to our patients and their families. We are looking for someone to work closely with our Patient Contact Centre Manager to maintain the smooth running of the team. Whilst this role involves elements of both people management and co-ordinating the service, we have the ability to be flexible with duties dependent on the strengths of the candidate. We simply wish to find a star candidate to fill our role! Main Responsibilities * To ensure the smooth day to day running of the service, operating in a patient contact call centre environment. * To take telephone calls from patients who are requesting/requiring appointments and to accurately record essential information on our clinical system. * Assist with the patient complaints management process. * To ensure the Patient Contact team provide a warm, efficient and first class service to our patients, the local clinical team and stakeholders * Responsible for staffing and service levels (i.e. managing holiday, overtime, unplanned absence and planned absence) * Responsible for providing effective leadership to our team in a fast paced, unpredictable, health care environment which can pose unexpected problems and situations. What we are looking for * Proven willingness and ability to challenge the 'status-quo' whilst effectively and skillfully managing conflicting priorities in the workplace * Ability to build strong working relationships with your team, a wider team, across multi-disciplinary teams (as a surgery team) and external agencies * Competent in the use of computers and IT * Experience of drawing from and presenting meaningful information that informs decision making, derived from raw data or statistics. * Although desirable, it is not essential to have previous experience of working in a Health Care Environment if you satisfy the below criteria Either… 1. Proven background of co-ordinating the day to day running of a service in a fast paced customer service environment with responsibility for; * the day to day running of a service * the continuous improvement of a service * the monitoring and measuring the success of a service * taking steps that address and react to unexpected unpredictable situations / problems / conflicting stakeholder priorities * acted as a first point of contact for a service * ROTA management and safe staffing levels * customer complaints * building strong relationships and rapport with internal stakeholders And/or 2. Proven background of leading and managing a team in a fast paced customer service environment with responsibility for: * assertively manage difficult conversations with team members * managing employee relations; safely and compassionately (performance, capability, absence, conduct) * people management of 16+ staff * team and team members performance; capture, review, management and corrective action * workforce planning, recruitment and retention Hours of work: 37.5 hours Mon - Fri
Anonymous Huddersfield, UK
25/09/2018
Full time
Elevation HR are currently recruiting for an HR Advisor for a leading fast paced manufacturing company. Whilst based at the Head Office in West Yorkshire, this role will be supporting a number of locations across the UK •Reporting to the HR Business Partner, working in partnership with key stakeholders across the business area, you will deliver a generalist HR support and advice service. •Providing HR advice to stakeholders in the business across multiple sites & business units •Managing ER cases (investigation, disciplinary, absence, performance, flexible working) •Supporting and coaching Managers in all areas of HR •Reviewing and updating HR policies and processes •Supporting HRBP on HR & business projects such as TUPE, restructure •Recruitment and Selection - Including developing job descriptions and supporting Managers with the recruitment process •Monitor long and short-term sickness absence and provide advice and guidance to managers Elevation HR would be keen to speak with candidates with the following skills and experiences: •CIPD qualification, ideally level 5/7 •Proven experience of operating as a HR Advisor •Experience of working with trade unions •Strong understanding of employment legislation •Strong influencing and excellent communication skills, ability to build relationships quickly •Have the ability to challenge and negotiate with Managers and clearly offer advice and guidance Elevation HR is a specialist division of Elevation Recruitment focusing on Human Resource positions in Yorkshire and surrounding regions. If you match the specified criteria and are interested in discussing the position in more detail, we would love to hear from you. Please visit our website at (url removed) for more information on: - HR Jobs or HR Recruitment
Anonymous Norwich, UK
25/09/2018
Full time
Internet Response Agent - Part Time Who Are We One of the major Home Improvement Companies in the UK. We have a quality ethos and want every customer to enjoy the experience of making home improvements with us, from conception to completion. To help us do this we need to start with an excellent Internet Response Team, promoting our products, producing quality leads, through engaging with customers via our website on live web chat. What the Role is Engaging with new and existing customers - via our website Assisting Customers on the live Web Chat Answering questions Promoting our Products and Services Securing appointments and generating lead opportunities for our Sales team to visit What We Need People with a passion - For the products we sell and for Making Leads & Sales Typers- If you don't enjoy being on the Internet and typing with ease- this role isn't for you Target driven people - You will be determined to succeed and want to be the best in your team Pride - have pride in your work, can remain focused and motivated What We Offer Full In-house Training Competitive Salary Weekly and Monthly Incentives Free Parking and Bus Subsidies Tea, Coffee and Fresh Fruit delivered daily Working Hours: Position 1: Mon/Tues/Thurs/Fri 6-9 & Sat 4-8 = 16 hours Position 2: Mon, Weds, Thurs & Fri-6pm-9pm & Sun 9am-1pm=16 Hours Position 3: Week 1 - Mon Off, Tues 3-9, Wed 3-9, Thurs Off, Fri 12.30 -9, Weekend Off Week 2 - Mon Off, Tues 4-9, Wed Off, Thurs Off, Fri 4 - 9, Sat 9-2, Sun 3-8 =20 hours
Anonymous 184 The Promenade, Blackpool FY1 1RJ, UK
25/09/2018
Full time
PRODUCTION SUPERVISOR/ TRAINEE PRODUCTION MANAGER - PK5677 NORTH WEST (Please contact me for further location details) £25- £40K (Depending on Experience) + 30 Days Holiday Including Bank Holidays + Pension + Profit Share after 12 Months Service Hours of Work: Day Shift - Monday to Friday Our client is a leading packaging manufacturer based in the North West, the company is a fantastic business to work for, has an impeccable reputation and is genuinely a lovely place to work! Our client is currently looking to recruit an energetic and dynamic Production Supervisor / Production Manager to plan, co-ordinate and control the manufacturing process. The successful candidate will ensure that products are produced efficiently; that it is of the right quality, quantity, and cost and the products are produced on time, to the satisfaction of the customer at the right price. This role would suit a Machine Operator or Production Supervisor who is keen to progress their career into a Managerial role. My client is looking for someone who is motivated and enthusiastic who can help drive the department forward; full training in any areas needed will be provided Key Responsibilities & Accountabilities: * Responsible for up to 15 staff. * Oversee the production process, solving issues outside of scope of Team Leaders. * Constantly challenge the norm and look at ways to improve the production process via people, procedures and machines. * Ensure factory personnel are skilled, empowered and accountable. * Instil basic manufacturing principles into factory - right product, right quality at lowest cost. * Draft timescales for jobs and estimate costs. * Build closer, more effective relationship between Production and Sales via robust Sales/Ops meeting including all relevant factory management. * Ensure Production meetings take place on a weekly basis and actions are followed up by production staff. * Ensure all in factory have an understanding of customer needs and demands, thus embedding a customer focussed environment. * Ensure quality standards being adhered to at all times via revision of quality procedure and training of such procedure. * Work with team leaders to implement the company's policies and goals. * Ensure that health and safety guidelines are followed. * Work closely with H&S support to ensure a safe factory both culturally and procedurally. * Ensure Lean initiatives are followed and embedded within culture. * Inform engineering support of priority jobs needed to be done. * Ensure Planned Preventative Maintenance carried out by an Engineer. * Develop budgets and approve expenditures for supplies, materials, and human resources, ensuring that materials, labour and equipment are used efficiently to meet production targets. * Review the performance of Production Team, including communication of such via performance boards. * Identify training needs of all production personnel. * Ensure production staff are trained to a consistently high standard. * Work closely with Trainers and facilitate training reviews
Anonymous 41, Barkston House, Croydon St, Leeds LS11 9RT, UK
25/09/2018
Full time
Regional Recruitment Manager Salary circa £50k to £75k DOE + uncapped bonus with no threshold + Car Overview With turnover of £70m, 250 staff and strong profitability we are looking to continue our growth through the appointment of a Regional Recruitment Manager based in the Leeds area. We are very strong financially and whilst other agencies have gone through difficulties and contracted, Interaction has continually expanded over the last 10 years. This recruit will be an instrinsic part of the vision and develop and build our branches within the Division. With an established team and client base in the North, we are now looking to take the business to the next level. It is a very exciting time to join Interaction and be pivotal in delivering our business plan. Interaction Recruitment offers attractive roles with a lot of autonomy. We allow you to be entrepreneurs and to run the business like it is your own. We offer above market remuneration. Responsibilities include: · To develop and raise the companys profile in the region · Personally establish client base and billings · Lead the team in winning worthwhile & profitable business · Increase revenues & profitability · Recruit, train and retain consultants at all levels throughout the region · To grow further business in your region · Open new revenue streams and build on an already hugely successful division. This is an excellent opportunity for an experienced senior recruitment professional to join us and progress your career to the next level. For more information or a confidential conversation please contact Nanette Cleghorn on (Apply online only) or email