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bristol | £38,000
excited to grow your career? our purpose is to empower people to save and invest with confidence. we are looking for great people to join us, so please come and invest in your future at hl. we know that sometimes people can be put off applying for a job if they don't tick every box. if you're excited about working for us and have most of the skills or experience we're looking for, please go ahead and apply. we'd love to hear from you! about the role due to the expansion of our information and security office we have a fantastic opportunity available for an information security analyst. this is a dual role with a focus on the development and execution of our bau security testing strategy, as well as information security governance, risk & compliance. you will plan, coordinate, and arrange the execution of the security testing activities to protect our information systems and assets. this is an exciting opportunity to collaborate with diverse sets of teams, including security operations, vulnerability management, development, and infrastructure as well as third party security partners, to identify vulnerabilities and ensure compliance with regulatory requirements are met. as an information security analyst, you will be supporting the senior information security team in ensuring that key information security risks across all of hl group are identified and considered with the ciso's cyber strategy. this requires a mixture of technical, and non-technical information security risk experience. what you'll be doing facilitating the co-ordination of the ongoing bau security testing program against hl systems with multi team input.engaging with third-party stakeholders.reviewing testing reports and log findings to the vulnerability management team.following the security risk assessment process to assess security risk within hl across multiple business processes, functional areas, and it systems.participating in a cyber security awareness and training program.assisting with on-going compliance and third-party security audits such as pen tests and pci-dss. about you previous experience in an information security, security testing co-ordination or similar role. ideally in a regulated environment, such as the finance sector.must be certified to basic security standards, for example sscp, comptia security+.have a good understanding of security across - policy, culture, forensics, incident response and risk management. have practical work-based experience.good exposure to security risk management in a iso27001 or nist aligned environment.be able to understand both technical and non-technical security controls, and how they are applied in a business context. good exposure to assessing the adequacy of security controls, and some exposure to designing security controls, with a specific focus on threat and vulnerability.experience in the co-ordination of activities across multiple teams driving to ensure a positive outcome. interview process the interview process for this role will be two stages. working schedule this role is based in bristol head office, bs1 5hl. this role is permanent, full time, 37.5 hours per week, monday to friday. we have returned to the office, however for this role we offer a hybrid flexible working pattern to enable you the option of working from home and coming into the office. ideally around 2 days a month in the office. salary the salary on offer is circa £40,000 per annum, depending on experience. why us? here at hl, we're the uk's number 1 investment platform for private investors, based in bristol. for more than 40 years we've helped investors save time, tax and money on their investments. to achieve our mission, we believe we have a workplace like no other, with constant learning, dynamic teams, and a great ethos. we're steered by core values that promote service, quality, innovation, and opportunity in everything we do. what's on offer? discretionary annual bonus* & annual pay review25 days* holiday plus bank holidays and 1-day additional christmas closure timeoption to purchase an additional 5 days holiday per year at annual enrolmentflexible working options available, including hybrid workingenhanced parental leavepension scheme up to 11% employer contributionsharesave scheme - have a real stake in hl's futureincome protection & life insurance (4 x salary core level of cover)private medical insurance*health care cash plans - including optical, dental, and out patientcarehelp@hand and an employee assistance programmegympass - gym memberships and wellbeing apps availablevariety of travel to work schemes with free bike storage and shower facilitiesan inhouse barista serving subsidised coffee and snacksjoin hl's sports, i&d networks and volunteering groups (two paid volunteering days per year)lifeworks discounts on services, restaurants and retailers * dependant on role level hargreaves lansdown is an inclusive employer that values diversity in its workforce. we encourage applications from all individuals without regard to race, religion, gender, sexual orientation, national origin, disability or age. this role may also be available on a flexible working or part time basis - please ask the recruitment & onboarding team for more information. please note, we are unable to provide employment sponsorship to candidates.
Closing on 08 Nov
chertsey | £40,000
third line it support engineer / technical consultant location: chertsey, surreycontract: full time, permanentsalary: £40,000 - £50,000+ basic (depending on experience) + discretionary bonus the company: krome technologies is a dynamic, people first technology consultancy delivering a wide portfolio of it services and solutions across all industry sectors. our clients range from high-street names to growing sme’s. our core focus is assisting them with achieving their business goals through relevant and forward-thinking technology solutions. with passion, integrity and with proven success, we work closely with our clients as a trusted business partner, advising on how, with appropriate technology advancements, we can help them achieve their current and projected business needs. our talented people drive us forward, and we believe in encouraging a strong company culture of community, confidence and integrity. the role: due to continued and exciting growth within the business, a role has emerged for a senior third line it support engineer / technical consultant to join our highly skilled technical team. as a senior third line it engineer, you will be working on a variety of projects as well as assisting other technical teams with any third line escalations that arise using good general experience across a range of subjects until resolution is reached. you will be liaising with clients and vendors to ensure a positive communication flow. it will also be your function to assist the junior team with mentoring on both technical and process matters. this is a hybrid role, 3 days per week based at krome’s hq in chertsey (surrey), 2 days flexible working (depending on client needs). however, our consultants also work on secondments, so availability to work in chertsey but also to travel to london and other client locations is required. essential requirements: • good background in a generalist 3rd line technical support engineer / consulting role• strong knowledge of microsoft sql server database administration, including clustering and server/database maintenance, best practices etc.• experience as a client-facing sme proposing technical solutions• solid experience with and the ability to deploy & configure at least some of the following: microsoft product set (windows server, active directory, exchange 2013-2019, m365 etc)• tcp/ip networking and troubleshooting• virtualisation (vmware or hyper-v), sans and other related technologies• backup product sets such as veeam and asigra• firewall technologies such as palo alto• leading migration projects• great communication skills (in person and via telephone) - excellent written and spoken english is essential• personable, with the ability to build rapport with multiple teams of it technicians. the candidate will be required to integrate within both the krome technical team and client it departments• the successful candidate will be a punctual and thorough worker, with astute attention to detail• any it qualifications will be an advantage but not essential• this role will be based at our hq in chertsey (surrey) so living in close proximity to the office will be a distinct advantage• valid uk driving licence is essential the role is 9.00am - 5.00pm monday to friday the package: £40,000 - £50,000+ basic (depending on experience) + discretionary bonus benefits: • 4% employer pension contribution• flexible annual leave package (25 days, plus bank holidays, increasing with length of service)• employee assistance programme• private medical insurance (applicable after 5 years’ service)• learning and development programme, aimed to support career progression• monthly employee recognition awards (extra days holiday or amazon voucher rewards)• long service recognition awards for 5, 10, 15 years+• complimentary breakfast available (8am – 9am mon to fri)• complimentary tea/coffee and fresh fruit available all-day• fully stocked beer/wine fridge for friday after work drinks• discounted corporate gym membership• cycle to work scheme• shower facilities• free private car park• staff break out room with pool table• modern, open plan, office environment• quarterly company-funded social events• company-funded (voluntary) participation in our charity events inclusion & diversity krome technologies is an equal opportunity employer. we celebrate diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive work environment free from discrimination, where all employees are treated with dignity and respect. all aspects of employment at krome including the decision to hire, promote, discipline, or discharge, will be based on merit, competence, performance, and business needs. we do not discriminate on the basis of race, colour, religion, marital status, age, national origin, ancestry, physical or mental disability, medical condition, pregnancy, genetic information, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or veteran status. krome technologies is committed to protecting the privacy and security of all personal information that we process in order to provide services to our clients. you may have experience in the following: 3rd line engineer, third line support engineer, senior support engineer, systems engineer, technical support specialist, senior it engineer, infrastructure engineer, network engineer, it operations, technical consultant, etc. ref-208728
Closing on 08 Nov
reigate | £50,047
the salary range for this role is £50,047 - £55,125 per annum, based on working 36-hours per week. are you a skilled business intelligence leader who can champion innovative practice in performance management? do have a passion for finding new and interesting ways of presenting insights? if so, we want to hear from you! about the role as a business intelligence manager, you will lead a range of business intelligence activities including performance reporting, benchmarking, dashboard development and analysis - championing innovative approaches to further a high performing and quality driven culture. you will: work with teams across adult social care, the surrey care system and the wider council, gathering intelligence to establish metrics, scorecards and dashboards relating to service quality and performance that support continuous improvement. this role has a particular focus on supporting our learning disability & autism, transition and mental health teams.have a proven track in a performance reporting environment, with detailed understanding of organisational objectives and performance measures in relation to adult social care.enjoy presenting insights to stakeholders in an engaging and compelling way and can bring performance information to life with stories or data visualisations. your experience will include: analysing complex information and drawing conclusions that make a difference.identifying and mitigating risks - requiring accuracy and attention to detail.strong analytical ability, including analysis of data sets.excellent numeracy skills.excellent organisational skills, with the ability to deliver complex projects on time.excellent written and verbal communication and presentation skills.excellent problem-solving skills and ability to think creatively. about the team the business intelligence team lies at the heart of adult's social care directorate providing a dynamic, flexible, and responsive service. the team is responsible for delivering the asc statutory framework and links with national policy makers, the department of health & social care, skills for care, cqc and adass. the team provides support to operational teams, along with data, information and insight to transformation projects and is integral to managing analytics across a range of partners. the team leads on data visualisation within asc and take an active role in the development of systems and reporting tools, promoting excellent it skills. the job advert closes at 23:59 on 15/10/2023. interviews will take place on 01/11/2023. we look forward to receiving your application, please click on the apply online button below to submit. benefits from flexible working to job sharing (where possible) we are committed to providing a healthy work life balance. a laptop and mobile will be supplied if applicable to your role. you will benefit from 26 days annual leave, rising to 28 days after 2 years' service, a generous local government salary related pension, as well as the option to join our car lease scheme. for more information about the wide variety of benefits you can take advantage of please visit the advert on the employer site. our commitment surrey county council is proud to be a disability confident employer. a guaranteed interview will be offered to all disabled applications where: the candidate has evidenced the minimum criteria for the role through their applicationthe candidate has chosen to share that they have a disability on the application form our application form and onboarding process will provide an opportunity to request any reasonable adjustments for the interview and/or the role. we want to be an inclusive and diverse employer reflecting the community we serve and particularly welcome applications from all underrepresented groups.
Closing on 18 Oct
london | £42,237
**this role can be based (hybrid) in any regional office: east midlands (nottingham); east of england (norwich); london; north east (newcastle upon tyne); north west (manchester); south coast (bournemouth); south east (kent); south west (bristol); west midlands (birmingham); yorkshire & the humber - leeds** as contact centre manager, you will develop and lead a newly established programme contact centre team. you will build on and develop effective processes for supporting customer enquiries. you will forge relationships across the business to ensure that we meet our customer service kpis, and provide regular insights and trends to the business to support improvements in our programme delivery. you’ll embrace a flexible, agile approach to your work, proactively lending support on key tasks and activities in line with changing team needs. your work will make a real impact across a busy team.• are you an experienced service desk manager?• do you have experience of designing rotas and of using data to drive your decisions?• do you have an instinctive understanding of what makes good customer service and will instil this in your team?• are you experienced at building and maintaining relationships with key senior stakeholders, able to build their confidence and collaborate effectively to ensure outcomes are achieved?• are you experienced in leading and motivating a team with strong planning and time management skills you will be able to effectively manage your own workload and the work of others?• are you comfortable with working on a project that is still evolving and taking shape?• are you un-phased by processes or ways of working needing to change fairly quickly, or moving from task to task to support where the need is greatest?yes, to the above? then we want to hear from you. you might be our contact centre manager! take a look at the job description and then complete an application on our careers website. make sure you’ve got your cv and cover letter showing how you meet our essentials ready to upload. if you’re applying from an external job board, you’ll be redirected to our careers website. (please note, we only accept applications through our careers website). interviews will be conducted on 19th october.
Closing on 11 Oct
guildford | £50,942
the salary range for this role is £50,942 to £55,125 per annum based on a 36-hour working week. this is a permanent or secondment opportunity. this is an exciting opportunity to work within our royal surrey county hospital team. promoting choice and control is at the heart of everything we do. at surrey, we are proud to be leading the way in implementing new ways of working in personalisation and a recovery-focused strength-based approach. what we can offer you; 26 days annual leave (rising to 28 after 2 years and 30 after 5 years of continuous local government service) - with the opportunity to buy up to 10 days additional annual leaveagile working opportunities - your work/life balance is important to us!training and development - superb opportunities for development including a readiness programme, preceptorship, structured induction programme a supportive, 24/7 employee assistance programme car lease scheme and many more discounted life-style benefits in your application, we would love to hear about your; post qualification experience, including some management experience in a social care setting with an applied knowledge of adult social care legislation including the mental capacity act and the nhs continuing healthcare national frameworkeffective knowledge of safeguarding vulnerable adults' procedures and be able to evidence thiscompetent it skills and willingness to learn to use a variety of software systemsevidence of providing effective professional supervision to less experienced colleaguesability to develop effective partnership relationships with individuals both within and outside the hospital about the role we are looking for an assistant team manager who will be able to demonstrate a high level of understanding and commitment to the personalisation agenda. this position will be based at royal surrey county hospital in guildford and also covering two of the community hospitals in south west surrey (milford and haslemere). you will support the manager to deliver high quality personalised adult social care and supporting timely, safe and effective hospital discharges, using your understanding and commitment to supporting carers and a demonstrable commitment to providing management that supports and promotes surrey county council's equality and diversity policy. you will also provide expert guidance in situations of complexity, where there is conflict or resistance and enable others in the team to manage complex and challenging situations. you will deputise for the team manager when required, assisting with managing the overall workload of the team and the allocated work of individual team members. additionally, you will be responsible for the management of complaints, where required, and verify assessments and authorise when appropriate. applicants must hold a valid driving licence and have access to a car. the job advert closes at 23:59 on 15/10/2023 with interview dates to be confirmed. an enhanced dbs 'disclosure and barring service' check for regulated activity (formerly known as crb) and the children's and adults' barred list checks will be required for this role. we look forward to receiving your application, please click on the apply online button below to submit. benefits from flexible working to job sharing we are committed to providing a healthy work life balance. for more information about the wide variety of benefits you can take advantage of please visit the advert on the employer site. our commitment surrey county council is proud to be a disability confident employer. a guaranteed interview will be offered to all disabled applications where: the candidate has evidenced the minimum criteria for the role through their applicationthe candidate has chosen to share that they have a disability on the application form our application form and onboarding process will provide an opportunity to request any reasonable adjustments for the interview and/or the role. we want to be an inclusive and diverse employer reflecting the community we serve and particularly welcome applications from all underrepresented groups.
Closing on 19 Oct
west london | £41,000
senior events managerhyde park, london (with travel to all parks)the organisationthe royal parks (trp) is a charity created in march 2017. we manage over 5,000 acres of diverse parkland, rare habitats and historic buildings and monuments in eight royal parks across london. these are hyde park, kensington gardens, the green park, st james’s park, the regent's park and primrose hill, greenwich park, richmond park and bushy park.we also manage other important public spaces including brompton cemetery and victoria tower gardens. our eight royal parks and other iconic green spaces are among the most visited attractions in the uk with 77 million visits every year.we are now looking for a senior events manager to join us on a full-time, permanent basis.the benefits- salary of £41,000 - £47,448 per annum, depending on experience- 26 days' annual leave (pro rata) plus public holidays, increasing to 29 days after 3 years’ service- pension scheme (3% employee contribution; up to 10% employer contribution)- hybrid/agile working options- private medical insurance and healthcare cash plan- employee assistance programme and access to mental health first aiders- learning and development opportunities- cycle to work scheme- offices in a beautiful locationthis is an outstanding opportunity for an experienced, high-calibre events or venue manager with an excellent grasp of best practice in the outdoor events industry to join our renowned organisation.in this leading role, your expertise will be at the forefront of executing high-profile, successful events in iconic locations that leave a lasting impression, creating memorable experiences for thousands of visitors.so, if you want to shape the future of our major events in some of the capital’s most treasured locations, apply today!the roleas a senior events manager, you will take the operational lead on, and oversee the delivery of, a range of major commercial events.you’ll project manage a number of major events across the parks, supporting operational teams and undertaking all aspects of event planning, including scheduling and managing licence safety advisory group (lsag) meetings.ensuring successful event delivery, you’ll review management plans and safety documentation and produce the site plan, providing feedback on event documentation and ensuring deadlines are met.additionally, you will:- provide expert guidance- ensure communications are circulated to stakeholders both within the park and externally, in a timely manner- allocate roles, responsibilities and staff rotas for all team members during events- maintain and manage records of all expenditure- protect the fabric and ecology of the parkabout youto be considered as a senior events manager, you will need:- experience of delivering strategic external live events or venue management- substantial knowledge and experience of best practice in the outdoor events industry, including operations, safety, licensing, stakeholder management and environmental protection- a demonstratable understanding of strategic priorities and delivering events in line with corporate objectives- strong negotiation skills and sound judgement in decision-making- the ability to engage confidentially and persuasively with colleagues, multi-agencies, stakeholders and event organisers, at all levelsother organisations may call this role events delivery manager, events operations manager, events project manager, or commercial events co-ordinator.we want to put everyone in the best possible position to succeed and use recite-me accessibility software. at the top of the application page, there is an "accessibility tools" button which you can use to complete the application form in a way that works for you. if you think that you may need more support to complete our application process, please do get in touch.the royal parks is strongly committed to creating a diverse and inclusive workplace and is an equal opportunities employer. we value diversity and encourage applications from candidates from all backgrounds. we believe that the more inclusive we are, the better our work will be.so, if you are interested in this unique opportunity as a senior events manager, please apply via the button shown. successful candidates will be appointed on merit.this vacancy is being advertised by webrecruit. the services advertised by webrecruit are those of an employment agency.
Closing on 11 Oct
coulsdon | £50,000
we are currently seeking a product category manager to join a well-established, family run organisation specialising in site set up, safety , ppe and consumables into the construction sector, based in coulsdon. the poduct manager will report to the procurement manager and work in a small team. the buyer will be responsible for set product categories. you will be responsible for the product selection, stock availability, profitability, and overall growth and performance of the category. this role will be suited to someone with experience of end to end category buying within the construction or ppe sector. the role will play a pivotal part in the growth of the businesses product portfolio and will require a strategic thinker who is able to provide innovative procurement/buying solutions. main duties: responsible for day-to-day management of products within your category. this will involve end to end project management of sourcing reliable goods to ensuring that the products are received on time and in full, whilst mitigating any potential issues to the supply chain.taking a proactive approach to ensure business needs are metworking cross functionally across the business to understand business requirements, in order to make strategic and informed purchasing decisions within the category.working with distributors, local suppliers and directly sourced factories to deliver the overall strategy of the category in-line with the overall company.develop and grow relationships with key suppliers and ensure we are getting the right product from the right supplier at the right price.create and develop long term plans and strategy for the continued growth and profitability of the category.create exit strategies and manage stock levels for products that are discontinued/reached end of life.product development - working with suppliers to develop & bring innovative products to the business.communicating changes to marketing & sales of any changes to a product / item as required. the role will involve travel to company sites, distributors and suppliers across uk and globally. requirements knowledge of buying, marketing, and sales principles.understanding of data analysis and forecasting methods.an understanding of the market and trends.strong people management and persuasion skills to manage and influence at all levels of the company.strong negotiator.excellent communication and interpersonal skills.proficient in ms office, sap and/ slimstock is an advantage.out of the box thinker and problem solver.self-starter.knowledge of the construction industry is an advantage.full uk driving licence benefits salary of £50,000- £60,000 per annum (doe)profit gain bonus schemepension scheme23 days holiday allowance + birthday half day leave (+ statutory)early finish friday24/7 bupa employee support programmefree office snacks and drinks
Closing on 10 Nov
cambridge | £45,000
birdlife international is the world’s largest nature conservation partnership. through our unique local-to-global approach, we deliver high-impact and long-term conservation for the benefit of nature and people the integrated biodiversity assessment tool (ibat) is the product of a ground-breaking alliance between four major onservation organisations; birdlife international, conservation international, the international union for conservation of nature (iucn) and the un environment programme world conservation monitoring centre (unep-wcmc). the tool integrates data from core global biodiversity datasets - the world database on protected areas, the world database of key biodiversity areas and the iucn red list of threatened species - into a single portal ibat is an innovative solution at the forefront of the business, finance, government and biodiversity space, providing biodiversity information to decision-makers in responding to one of the biggest global challenges facing the world today - the biodiversity crisis. you will join the ibat team at a critical stage, as we look to harness the increasing private sector interest in biodiversity and leverage the exponential growth of ibat to provide better outcomes for biodiversity and ensure ibat remains the world’s most authoritative biodiversity tool in a rapidly changing landscape the ibat business and finance manager will be responsible for supporting the head of ibat in the successful delivery of ibat’s vision of organisations taking positive action for nature. you will take responsibility for the rigorous day-to-day management of ibat’s finance, admin and legal functions, and seamlessly collaborate with ibat’s it, business development and communications functions. you will focus on solving problems, ensuring efficient and effective processes and tools are in place across the organisation to seamlessly and proactively manage ibat’s exponential growth and minimise growing pains general duties include, but are not limited to developing, establishing and maintaining systems, processes, procedures and controls ensuring that performance and quality of service conform to established ibat standards and regulatory requirements finance & admin financial reporting and planning, preparation and presentation to the ibat governance committee review the ibat pricing model to ensure ibat delivers value to users and generates sufficient income to support ibat’s funding objectives day-to-day oversight of finance & admin officer responsibilities which include: managing accounts receivable and payable support the audit process managing all aspects of procurement e.g., procurement portal management and entry (such as ariba, customer-specific questionnaires such as gdpr and security questionnaires) legal ensure swift and seamless contracting of new subscribers e.g., work with birdlife legal on standard clauses, templates and responses project manage the development of the updated alliance agreement and deftly engage all stakeholders through to signing workflow & manageable growth act like ibat is a fast-growing start-up. day-to-day ensure you keep 'the plane flying as you are building it’, but always have an eye to best practices and processes for the future to minimise growing pains coordinate team calls e.g., sprint planning and sprint review continuously communicate and sync up processes with other functions keep abreast of potential technical solutions technical work with the technical team to continue to strengthen ibat’s security posture identify and manage alignment with security standards and certifications (e.g., iso 27001, soc ii compliance) manage relationships with external vendors the ideal candidate will have a qualified or part-qualified accountant (aca, acca or cima) or qualified by experience; or mba-qualifiedsignificant experience working across multiple facets of business, financial and other relevant administrative roles including during growth stages, and demonstratable experience within a technology start-up e.g., saas, online subscriber service, data providersignificant technical nous and comfort with advanced technology solutions (including crm, project management, collaboration and data tools)a data-driven and machine-like approach to design and planningability to proactively manage and juggle multiple projects at a time and be able to reprioritise, as necessarymanage projects with the foresight of potential challenges and hurdles and proactively consider and present solutions to overcome themdetermined, resourceful and practical. results orientated. operates with high levels of discretion and ethicsan interest in nature conservation and a passion to use their skills and experience to address the biodiversity crisisnon-profit experience, either full-time or skills-based volunteering is desirable, but not essential birdlife values a diverse workforce and welcomes applications from all sections of the community application: applications should include a cover letter summarising the applicant’s suitability for the position, a detailed cv and contact details of two referees known to the applicant in a professional capacity. shortlisting for this role will take place as applications are received. we therefore reserve the right to close this vacancy once a suitable applicant has been appointed interviews: only shortlisted candidates will be contacted
Closing on 10 Nov
wimbledon | £25,000
we have a fantastic opportunity to join our team as a campaign delivery executive, as our campaign delivery executive you will support the head of partnerships and planning in planning and delivering marketing plans for suppliers, executing campaigns using third party partners. analysis and optimisation of all activity. about iglu: iglu.com, is a successful and awards winning online travel agency specialising in ski and cruise holidays. through our award winning brands iglu cruise, planet cruise and iglu ski, we provide expert service and exceptional ski and cruise holidays to locations around the world. key responsibilities: seeking and delivering new direct response digital marketing opportunities to increase: brand awareness, website traffic, enquiries and bookings.assist in negotiating commercial terms for new third party partnership opportunities.assist in the development and maintenance of new marketing relationships.implementing third party marketing, including copywriting and image selection plus proofing.monitor, analyse and report on previous and ongoing marketing campaigns.updating funnel reportssigning off partner invoicesassist with putting together marketing plans for our cruise partners.writing copy for youtube adverts.assist in communicating to the marketing team the cruise partners marketing plans and budgets. skills and experience: minimum of 1 year's experience in a similar roleexcelcommercial negotiationsexperience in planning and media buying for 3rd party digital marketing channelsgoogle analytics behavioral role fit: flexible and willing to learnattention to detailtakes initiative why join iglu? office based and hybrid working options ??discounted travel offers for family and friends ?gym discounts at all major chains across the uk ??mental health and wellbeing support ??electric vehicle scheme ??24/7 online gp / dental service ?????life assurance for all ??help shape the culture of iglu by getting involved in our charity or social committee ??bi-annual company get togethers ??
Closing on 10 Nov
wokingham | £25,000
an exciting opportunity has arisen for an exhibition and meeting coordinator to join our thriving medical manufacturing company working within our global marketing communications team based in wokingham, uk. we are looking to recruit someone who is well-organised, hands-on, and proficient in exhibitions and meeting management to coordinate exhibitions (digital and physical), product forums, corporate meetings, and internal events. the role involves a high degree of accuracy and organisation and the ability to deal with a number of exhibitions and meetings simultaneously. the role is varied and will involve interaction with internal personnel and external contractors. the successful candidate will be instrumental in ensuring our attendance at any exhibition or meeting is optimised and our image is maintained. essential experience/qualifications: a bachelor’s degree in marketing, communications, or a related fieldprevious exhibition experience, ideally within the healthcareconfident using microsoft office suite (excel, outlook) key skills: excellent organisational skills and the ability to multi-taskattention to detail and a creative approachability to work under pressure to meet deadlinesexcellent verbal and written communication skillsability to work independently, or as a team when requiredstrong work ethic and time management skillsa methodical, organised, and structured approach to work hours of work 40 hours per week office based - with some travel to events both national and international as required why join intersurgical:you will be joining a company where our people work together to meet our company goals. we have a strong family feel, and a friendly working environment and extend a warm welcome to all new employees. we are looking for commitment, a strong work ethic, and flexibility in all our people and reward those who demonstrate these qualities. intersurgical is only as good as the people who work for us and we value all of our employees location: head office (wokingham uk)contract: full-time/ permanentsalary: £25,000 to £30,000 pahours: 40 hours per weekoffice-based - with some travel to events both national and international as requiredbenefits: family feel company • flexible working hours • training and progression opportunities • annual performance and salary review • competitive annual leave entitlement • generous company contribution toward gym membership • matched pension contributions with a length of service • cycle to work scheme closing date: 27-10-2023 no agencies please you may also have experience in the following: event coordinator, conference planner, convention organizer, trade show manager, event planner, meeting and exhibition specialist, event logistics coordinator, conference and expo coordinator, convention and trade show planner, event production coordinator, expo manager, event operations specialist, conference and exhibition coordinator, trade show and convention organizer, meeting and event logistics coordinator, exhibit coordinator, and event management assistant. ref-208781
Closing on 10 Nov
bognor regis | £25,409
salary: £25,409 to £27,852 per annum, £20,601 to £22,582 pro rata. working pattern: part-time, 30 hours per week. ability to work flexibly during the week to cover the team hours between 8am and 6pm. contract length: permanent. location: durban house, bognor regis with hybrid working opportunities. as a customer service officer you will be responsible for providing a transactional front-line service direct to our customers. the focus of this role is to deliver a truly customer-focused service which service. specifically, this role will: engage with the community and councillors, keeping them up to date with planned activity across highways.reduce the customer journey, ensuring there is ownership for the customer enquiry and that the customer is updated.be proactive in providing key information to the wider service so action can be taken to proactively inform the customer.work collaboratively with the customer service centre, highways officers and contractors, ensuring reports and required works are efficiently coordinated and communicated.provide customer service through social media, bringing a personal service to the customer.freedom of information responses, ensuring responses are of the highest quality and provided within the stated timescale.work to customer focused processes and policy. what we need from you: excellent oral and written communication skills, to be able to articulate to customers often technical information in a way which is meaningful.influencing skills to be able to persuade colleagues to draft responses, communications and provide information on progress.able to prioritise between competing demands and to remain calm in challenging situations.experience of working in a busy customer service role, providing information, resolving queries and prioritising calls.experience of using microsoft software, social media and systems to support service delivery.a basic knowledge of road maintenance and repair, to be able to explain the different stages of the process to a customer with some clarity.a good understanding of customer care principles. reward and benefits in addition to working within a great team and a brilliant opportunity you will receive: a competitive salary.25 days annual leave.a generous pension scheme.training and development opportunities, including coaching and mentoring.a range of discounts (including samsung, argos, wickes, tui, deliveroo and asos).discounted membership at selected local sports and fitness centres.a range of commuting and business travel discount and initiatives. for a full list of the benefits offered to you as a west sussex county council employee, go to our rewards and benefits page. further information the reference number for this role is eie01209 . for issues or queries regarding your application please contact . to apply, upload your cv and cover letter explaining how you meet the key skills in the attached job description. this post is subject to satisfactory references, health check. there will be a requirement to travel to other wscc offices around the county. there is a regular and intrinsic requirement to communicate in english with members of the public. west sussex county council is an equal opportunities employer committed to promoting an environment that is inclusive and free from all forms of unlawful or unfair discrimination and values the diversity of its people. we actively welcome applications from people of all backgrounds and take every possible step to ensure that no individual will be disadvantaged. for information regarding your eligibility to apply for this role under our disability or veteran's guaranteed interview scheme, this can be found on our application help page.
Closing on 13 Oct
southampton | £37,511
Closing on 27 Oct
birmingham business park | £28,000
it procurement coordinator up to £31,000 dependent on experience) benefits at inchcape, we are all about rewarding hard work, that’s why we offer a benefits package with great perks from vehicle discounts to mental health support and much more… family friendly - enhanced family friendly policies, giving you more time to spend with your family.annual leave - a minimum of 33 days’ annual leave (including bank holidays), rising with long service.looking to develop? - grow your career with us, receive industry leading training from the brand you represent and our dedicated training team.your wellbeing - we take employee wellbeing seriously at bravoauto, we offer a programme to support all our colleagues and families with whatever challenges they may face.your discount - from apple to asda and everything in between, we offer discounts that save you money every day.your finances - effortlessly grow your savings with our share scheme, we will match up to 7% when you enrol into our flexible pension scheme and have peace of mind with our free life assurance cover and much more.your recognition - we put our colleagues at the heart of what we do with ongoing recognition and an annual event to celebrate those that go over and above.drive with us - we offer discounts and offers on both new & used vehicles and servicing for you, your friends and family.your health - from gym discounts to cash healthcare plans, find everything you need to look after your health.cycle to work - get a bike and or cycling gear at a significantly reduced price.community volunteering day - every colleague has an additional day to spend volunteering for a charity or good cause of their choice, as well as the option to get involved in our company wide charity initiatives.a company that cares - we believe inchcape is for everyone and we’re dedicated to building a diverse, inclusive, and authentic workplace. the role the it procurement officer is responsible for the provision of an effective service responsible for the it procurement process for ims and retail working alongside project managers completing procurement activities and tasks. they ensure the department operate efficiently thorough the accurate and timely processing of it procurement requests and tasks, with all queries (internal and external) addressed promptly and thoroughly. they are an excellent communicator who can effectively liaise with a diverse range of stakeholders, third parties and internal teams influencing and negotiating with the ability to work in a methodical and organised manner to effectively deal with a demanding workload. responsibilities liaise with key employees to promote the awareness of the it procurement department, offering advice and guidance in-line with existing it procurement purchasing processeswork and manage relationships with 3rd parties to ensure; sla adherencebilling query managementreview third party invoicingquote negotiation the set up new supplier agreements (new supplier account forms)challenge services and processes to ensure good governance and value for money.support project managers with project procurement activities and project spend.manage minor it projects independently to completion.act as designated it coupa champion (p2p system)manage monthly finance recharge it hardware spreadsheet, ensuring that details are kept up to date with location, name and service tags for it equipment such as laptops, ipads.use of procure to pay system for all invoicing and ordering and to expand the use to eauctions for larger project procurement activities.technical responsibilities supporting the provisioning of newly procured mobile devices through staging and profile configuration in readiness for deployment to end user (airwatch mdm solution administration/apple business manager administration, active directory administration)manage it service request process from quotation through to delivery and invoice stage.ownership of the end-to-end process for procurement configuration and coordination of the deployment of hardware from the newly provisioned build and logistics centreasset and inventory management of it hardware and licenses across the uk and global businessownership of communication between it procurement and end users in coordination of project delivery activitiessecure disposal of it kit the ideal candidate at least one years’ experience working in an it procurement role and experience as a receptionist or facilities analyst is desirable.a proven track record of using a procure to pay system for order and invoice management.demonstrable ability to understand it hardware and software specifications in line with the business needs, including a technical view on upcoming technology.experience of managing 3rd party vendors, sla management, invoicing, and billing queriesself-driven with the ability to identify and drive their own objectives and initiatives with minimum of guidance.possess the ability to work to strict deadlines and under pressure whilst still delivering quality output, including the prioritisation of it and project requirements where necessary.ability to work in a methodical and organised manner in order to effectively deal with a demanding workload of it requests.an excellent communicator who can effectively liaise with a diverse range of stakeholders including influencing and negotiating with users outside their own sphere of responsibility about us inchcape is a leading independent global automotive distributor and retailer. we aim to deliver an outstanding customer experience at every one of our franchised dealerships, and to support this all our dealerships have specialist, manufacturer trained staff to ensure you and your car receive the best possible attention. our vision: to be the world’s most trusted automotive distributor. inchcape is ambitious! we are pursuing a strategy of growth, both organically and by acquisition, across the globe. we have a number of exciting opportunities for equally ambitious talent.
Closing on 09 Nov
bristol | £35,000
quality assurance specialist our trailblazing global aac (augmentative and alternative communication) company, is on the lookout for an exceptional quality assurance specialist to join our product development team and report to the head of software development. at smartbox, our cutting-edge technology gives a voice to those with limited speech, positively impacting the lives of people with disabilities worldwide. as a quality assurance specialist, you will be our gatekeeper of quality for our grid software. we are a highly collaborative team, valuing everyone’s input and are looking for someone who can join group discussions and champion quality processes. all around the world, our products, accomplishments and aspirations are a reflection of our teams’ values: passionate, caring, empowering, achieving together and enabling change. this is a hybrid role based in the bristol office, with the requirement to come into the office twice a week. the salary for this position will be determined based on the applicant's education, skills and experience. how will you be making a difference working with software developers to enhance test strategy, and select and roll out automated test frameworks.executing functional and exploratory testing of software on windows and ios platforms. coordinating and carrying out regression testing before software releases - flagging any issues before they are seen by the customer. compiling testing steps, reporting results and making recommendations for further qa. identifying and carrying out process improvements. tracking customer-impacting problems – analysing to understand impact, and maintaining quality metrics to drive future improvement. advising the head of software development on areas that need attention. essential qualifications/skills/experience at least 4 years of working experience in qa testing.experience in automated testing of applications, including evaluating and rolling out test automation tools and frameworks.highly competent technology user.good time management skills and the ability to multitask.highly organised.prior experience in process improvement.an inquisitive mind and a good problem solver.a working understanding of issue tracking.takes responsibility for own output.with a keen eye for detail and excellent communication skills, you will have a passion for the latest technologies and the benefits they can bring to this role.ability to translate technical information to a non-technical audience. useful qualifications/skills/experience knowledge of the aac industry.experience in testing apps with a regular release cycle.an understanding of programming languages and/or scripting languages.flexible & enjoys a fast-paced environment.experience in testing products that are released in many languages.knowledge of testing methodologies and techniques, and when to apply them. why join us here at smartbox, we are positive and inclusive about making adjustments, providing flexible working, and encouraging employees to engage in a diverse range of year-round learning and personal development opportunities. in addition, you will work alongside highly motivated colleagues in an environment of strong teamwork whilst also having fun. this is a hugely rewarding where every day you will go home knowing you made a positive difference in the lives of disabled people. rewards and benefits at smartbox our employees always do their best, which is why we give so much in return. in addition to your competitive salary, private medical insurance, and whooping 25 days of holiday plus public holidays, we’ll shower you with perks, including: dress: we want you to feel comfortable in the office, smart casual is perfect.food: you can find free healthy office snacks in our kitchens. hybrid working: two days a week in the office, for the rest of the week feel free to skip the commute and hit your deadlines from home. laptop and home working it kit provided. flexible work schedule: balance is key to innovation, and we want to make sure you are at the top of your game with a schedule that will work for you (prior agreement from your line manager is required). give back to the community: each year every employee will get the opportunity to spend one paid day volunteering for a good cause of their choice.you, our best asset: we believe in investing in you and your development. stay with us and grow with us! we will reward you with more holidays for your long service!wellness: stretch away the stress every morning with our online trainers, available via our cooperative perk website or hit the gym. we provide gym discounts too!mental health: you will have access to the 24/7 employee assistance programme for a wide range of support, advice and resources.peace of mind: every employee benefit from a company pension, group life assurance, and income protection. fun: complimentary theatre and cinema tickets to malvern theatres. many free social events including team outings and get-togethers.eco-friendly: you can sign up for a cycle scheme, or lease an electric car through a salary sacrifice scheme after 2 years of service.bonus potential: we work hard and smartbox recognizes that with a discretionary annual bonus.finances: enjoy a wide variety of savings and discounts with corporate perks. our commitments at smartbox, we are committed to fostering an inclusive and equitable work environment where every individual's unique background and perspective are valued and respected, but how are we doing it we are proud to have been awarded disability confident employer status by the uk government’s department of work and pensions. we are also the founding partner of purple tuesday. we are committed to ensuring that our recruitment practices are barrier-free and as inclusive as possible. this includes making adjustments during the job applicatio
Closing on 10 Nov
reading | £40,000
about crowe crowe is a leading national audit, tax, advisory and risk firm with global reach and local expertise. we are an independent member of crowe global, one of the top 10 accounting networks in the world, with access to more than 40,000 people in more than 150 countries and across more than 700 offices globally. we pride ourselves on looking after our people, whether you’re working in corporate tax, statutory audit or you’re a marketing or hr specialist - at crowe we invest in our people to help them be the best they can be. we understand that it is often the culture and values of a firm that are most important when looking for a new workplace. that’s why, at crowe, our people-focused culture means we value new ideas and innovation, and welcome people who are committed to making a difference by delivering excellent services to our people, clients and communities. corporate tax executive, thames valley following significant growth (headcount growth of 66% since march 2020), our corporate tax team in reading are looking to appoint a new corporate tax executive. with the forecasted revenue growth and a clear resourcing plan to support this, there will be very realistic and tangible opportunities for career advancement. what’s more, you’ll be joining a talented tax team that were recently nominated for 'best employer in tax’ at the 2023 tolley’s taxation awards. there really has never been a better time to start your tax career at crowe. this opportunity would suit a recently qualified (cta or equivalent) candidate looking to take their tax career to the next level. your responsibilities will be varied, but broadly speaking you will be responsible for managing the tax compliance requirements of a portfolio of existing clients, ranging from small companies to members of larger groups. this will include dealing with the calculation of provisions for inclusion in statutory accounts, other corporate tax issues arising from the portfolio and dealing with the tax affairs of the business owners. you will also assist the partners with tax advisory projects and transactional work. principal responsibilities act as a key point of contact for our clients on a day-to-day basis.anticipating client needs and communicating effectively with clients in both written and verbal exchanges.acting at all times with the firm’s best interests in mind - act with integrity in all dealings.assist in the planning, execution and finalisation of all areas of the tax assignment for manager or partner review, providing solutions and seeking input for areas of concern and judgement.demonstrate an understanding of the different types of risk, understanding the firm’s approach and policies for managing risk in relevant business and applicable legal and regulatory rules and following policies.produce work for the manager and/or partner review, clearly highlighting issues and providing potential solutions to issues identified.demonstrate business development skills and identifying additional sales opportunities.demonstrate an application and solution-based approach to problem solving, referred to for research on delivery of solutions in that field on client assignments.take primary responsibility for monitoring progress against budget, and when the actual differs from the budget then gain a full understanding for the manager.coach junior members of staff through sharing experience and knowledge appropriately.provide on-the-job training for developing tax skills and familiarity with the firm’s tax methodology.participate in service line, office?and firm-wide activities. the ideal individual have recently gained a cta (or equivalent) qualification, backed up with significant corporate tax experience in another accounting firm.a solid understanding and application of uk tax laws and implications affecting your clients.an ability to provide fast and intuitive analysis; correctly interpreting data, including financial statements and source documents.good knowledge of microsoft office, especially excel.demonstrate excellent writing, research and presentation skills (proficient in ms applications such as powerpoint, excel and word).demonstrate a genuine passion for client service.display energy and enthusiasm and a focus on achieving results.be keen to further your own personal development and career goals.demonstrate personal commitment to work and team success; shows positive attitude and enthusiasm for work and takes initiative to improve process/situations when appropriate.an ability to execute work efficiently, delivering excellent service and bringing the full breadth of crowe’s capability to support our clients.act as a role model for more junior members of the team, providing on-the-job coaching. why choose crowe? crowe is where talented people can realise their potential, are successful and enjoy what they do by making a positive difference to our clients, communities and each other. our vision is to be recognised as essential to the future success of our clients by helping them to answer tomorrow’s questions, and make smart decisions that have lasting value through the highest quality audit, tax, advisory and risk services. we offer you an opportunity to continue your career and work for a firm that offers stability and knowledge. in addition, you can work alongside experienced professionals who put the client at the heart of everything they do. at crowe, you will find the expertise, the resources and, above all, the commitment to help you build a satisfying and rewarding career. in return we can offer you continued career development, highly competitive salaries and flexible benefits. plus, an opportunity to work for a firm that truly values its people.
Closing on 09 Nov
reading | £40,000
about crowe crowe is a leading national audit, tax, advisory and risk firm with global reach and local expertise. we are an independent member of crowe global, one of the top 10 accounting networks in the world, with access to more than 40,000 people in more than 150 countries and across more than 700 offices globally. we pride ourselves on looking after our people, whether you’re working in corporate tax, statutory audit or you’re a marketing or hr specialist - at crowe we invest in our people to help them be the best they can be. we understand that it is often the culture and values of a firm that are most important when looking for a new workplace. that’s why, at crowe, our people-focused culture means we value new ideas and innovation, and welcome people who are committed to making a difference by delivering excellent services to our people, clients and communities. corporate tax manager, thames valley we have a vacancy for a corporate tax manager to work in our growing thames valley tax team (we have seen a 66% growth in headcount since march 2020). as a result of this growth, and our clear plans for further growth, this is a role that comes with natural opportunities for progression. additionally, you’ll be joining a talented tax team that were recently nominated for 'best employer in tax’ at the 2023 tolley’s taxation awards. there’s never been a better time to start your tax career at crowe. this opportunity may suit an assistant manager looking for a step up or a manager looking for a new and exciting challenge with scope for career advancement. you will work closely with the tax partners delivering uk and cross-border special and project-based work, and oversee larger or more complex compliance work with a portfolio of existing clients, ranging from owner-managed companies to quoted groups. you will also be involved in business development initiatives and working with the team to generate new work. you should be qualified aca/cta (or equivalent) with extensive practical tax experience (e.g. managing compliance for large groups, r&d, property taxes/capital allowances, group restructures would be ideal). you will also be able to work as part of a team, liaising with other tax specialists, and audit and corporate finance colleagues whilst using your own initiative. the role requirements aca/cta or equivalent qualification essential.significant corporate tax and accounting experience on a range of advisory and compliance projects.a passion for client service.a track record of developing new work. your people responsibilities demonstrating personal commitment to work and team success; showing positive attitude and enthusiasm for work and taking initiative to improve process/situations when appropriate.consistently treating colleagues with fairness and respect, helping to provide opportunities for everyone to contribute and succeed.providing and being receptive to regular and constructive feedback that improves self and others. continually developing skills and knowledge.influencing, changing and shaping the direction of a particular activity, either internally and/or externally.coaching members of staff through sharing experience and knowledge appropriately.providing on-the-job training for developing colleagues.participating in service line, office and firm wide activities. your client responsibilities leading work on uk and cross-border tax advisory projects, reporting to tax partners.overseeing compliance work on larger or more complex clients.developing relationships with clients and contacts.identifying opportunities to take additional services to clients and contacts, including corporate taxes, vat, personal taxes, payroll taxes, corporate finance support etc.acting at all times with the firm’s best interests in mind. acts with integrity in all dealings.demonstrating an understanding of the different types of risk, understanding the firm’s approach and policies for managing risk in relevant business and applicable legal and regulatory rules and following policies.considering and managing risk (reputational, operational and credit) in all interactions with clients.showing a sense of urgency and understanding of how their work (including speed, attention to detail, and quality) impacts the firm’s ability to serve clients.demonstrating an application and solution-based approach to problem solving, referred to for research on delivery of solutions in that field on client assignments.identifying areas requiring improvement in the client’s business processes and possible recommendations for the client.taking primary responsibility for financial performance on your client and project work. qualities we are looking for ability to execute work efficiently, delivering excellent service and bringing the full breadth of crowe uk’s capability to support our clients.act as a role model for members of the team, providing on-the-job coaching.adhere to the firm’s risk management policies at all times.deliver work to the highest quality.solid understanding and application of ukgaap accounting fundamentals and applications; proficient in basic technical techniques (valuations, modelling, spreadsheets).ability to provide fast and intuitive analysis; correctly interpreting data, including financial statements and source documents.demonstration of the ability to effectively understand and manage risk issues. why choose crowe? crowe is where talented people can realise their potential, are successful and enjoy what they do by making a positive difference to our clients, communities and each other. our vision is to be recognised as essential to the future success of our clients by helping them to answer tomorrow’s questions, and make smart decisions that have lasting value through the highest quality audit, tax, advisory and risk services.
Closing on 09 Nov
leatherhead | £50,047
the starting salary for the role is £50,047 per annum, based on working 36-hours per week. we have an exciting opportunity for either a fully qualified accounting technician or part or fully qualified accountant to join our fantastic school's finance team as a finance business partner. we're a team that values your work-life balance, we're proud to consider applications from those requiring different work patterns and promote hybrid working. part-time (minimum 28 hours) would also be considered. about the role surrey county council is the largest employer in surrey. our organisation is split across a diverse range of directorates and services spanning the entire county. our school finance business partners sit within the finance directorate but also work closely with colleagues in the education and lifelong learning. the council is responsible for the financial management of its maintained schools with revenue and capital budgets totalling over £400m. the school finance business partner is responsible for monitoring the financial position of surrey's maintained schools, highlighting potential risks and ensuring appropriate action is undertaken to protect the finances of our schools and the county council. the post will involve visits to schools across surrey. in this role you will: liaise, communicate and build relationships with schools, council colleagues and other key stakeholders to promote and maintain strong levels of financial management within surrey maintained schools.further develop tools to recognise financial risks at school and council level, issuing guidance and taking action as appropriate.contribute to the delivery of directorate and council objectives.be experienced in using excel at an intermediate or advanced level.be experienced in using various accounting systems. although this role involves working as part of a team, you will be given the tools to work independently and flexibly as the business needs, to allow you to deliver work to a high standard. about you to be considered for shortlisting your application should provide evidence, with examples where relevant, in the following areas: sound practical experience of analysing schools' budget plans and recommending appropriate recovery action.an awareness of the key expectations of the schools financial value standard and potential risk areas.sound experience of advising schools in financial management procedures including an awareness of surrey and dfe guidance.experience of working with headteachers, bursars, governors and other key stakeholders to ensure the long-term financial viability of schools. the job advert closes at 23:59 on 15/10/2023 interviews are scheduled to take place on 31/10/2023 we look forward to receiving your application, please click on the apply online button below to submit. benefits from flexible working to job sharing (where possible) we are committed to providing a healthy work life balance. a laptop and mobile will be supplied if applicable to your role. you will benefit from 26 days annual leave, rising to 28 days after 2 years' service, a generous local government salary related pension, as well as the option to join our car lease scheme. for more information about the wide variety of benefits you can take advantage of please visit our website. our commitment surrey county council is proud to be a disability confident employer. a guaranteed interview will be offered to all disabled applications where: the candidate has evidenced the minimum criteria for the role through their applicationthe candidate has chosen to share that they have a disability on the application form our application form and onboarding process will provide an opportunity to request any reasonable adjustments for the interview and/or the role. we want to be an inclusive and diverse employer reflecting the community we serve and particularly welcome applications from all underrepresented groups.
Closing on 12 Oct
woking | £31,262
the starting salary for this position is £31,262 per annum, based on a 36 hour working week. we operate a policy of agile working, which means you will have the option to spend part of your week working from home or wherever you feel most productive, though this may flex based on business need. the role is based in woking and we have teams based in offices across the county therefore some business travel to other offices in surrey may be required. if you're ready to step into a role that offers a dynamic environment where your contributions matter - we want to hear from you! we're excited to announce an opportunity for a self-motivated and enthusiastic business support officer to become an integral part of our business & finance support team which sits within the environment, transport, and infrastructure (eti) directorate. the role as a business support officer in our team, you will be at the heart of the eti directorate, providing crucial administrative support to our frontline services. this role will provide you with varied challenges and opportunities and your day-to-day tasks will be as diverse as they are vital! you'll find yourself: organising meetings and events, ensuring seamless coordinationlogging and tracking correspondence, keeping our communication channels efficient and organisedhandling purchase orders and finance tasksentering and processing data, turning information into actionable insightssupporting hr processes: assisting in recruitment, induction and training to build our exceptional teampreparing agendas and collating documents, playing a key role in important meetings by ensuring we're always well-preparedtracking progress, helping to keep us on course to meet our objectives about you your skills and experience are really important to us, but we are also committed to finding someone who shares our values and vision: here are the qualities, skills and experiences we are looking for in our business support officer: strong microsoft office it experienceexcellent planning and organisational skillsa positive, can-do attitude, eager to learn and take on new challengesinitiative: in a fast-paced and ever-changing landscape, you can make decisions and take action independentlya commitment to continuous improvement: you share our dedication to enhancing our team's performance and achieving our broader directorate objectives the job advert closes at 23:59 on 16th october 2023 with interviews to follow. we look forward to receiving your application, please click on the apply online button below to submit. benefits from flexible working to job sharing (where possible) we are committed to providing a healthy work life balance. a laptop and mobile will be supplied if applicable to your role. you will benefit from 26 days annual leave, rising to 28 days after 2 years' service, a generous local government salary related pension, as well as the option to join our car lease scheme. for more information about the wide variety of benefits you can take advantage of please visit the advert on the employer site. our commitment surrey county council is proud to be a disability confident employer. a guaranteed interview will be offered to all disabled applications where: the candidate has evidenced the minimum criteria for the role through their applicationthe candidate has chosen to share that they have a disability on the application form our application form and onboarding process will provide an opportunity to request any reasonable adjustments for the interview and/or the role. we want to be an inclusive and diverse employer reflecting the community we serve and particularly welcome applications from all underrepresented groups.
Closing on 19 Oct
west sussex | £32,020
about us are you a learning and development professional who is passionate about learning and development principles and technology to enhance the adult learner experience? do you have excellent creative, design and written skills to be able to create digital learning content to an excellent standard? are you self-motivated? this is a great opportunity for an elearning designer to join a growing team. if this sounds like you then you could make a real difference! our learning & development team provide an extensive range of learning & development solutions to west sussex county council staff, including adults' services, children's services, corporate services and the private, voluntary and independent adult social care sector within west sussex. about the job salary: £32,020 to £34,723 per annum (£25,962 to £28,153 per annum, pro rata'd) working pattern: 1x full time, 37 hours per week, 1 x part time, 30 hours per week with both roles offering hybrid working options. location: county hall, chichester (hybrid) interview date: w/c 30 october 2023 we are looking to recruit two permanent elearning design and development officers; we have both full time and part time opportunities available and offer hybrid working. as an elearning design & development officer, you will be responsible for the design and delivery of a range of high quality, engaging and interactive on-line learning solutions that will support and enable adult learners. you will collaborate with stakeholders and subject matter experts to create effective learning solutions which support wscc staff. you will create elearning solutions using articulate 360, storyline, rise and adapt. you will be working on a number of projects at one time, working to design, develop, implement and evaluate in line with the project specification, internal quality standards and industry standard instructional design methodologies. through designing and developing elearning modules, videos or infographics you will need to be at the forefront of making best use of learning technologies that engage, inspire and challenge learners, supporting the organisation to become more "digitally savvy." as our successful post holder, you will have a sound understanding of instructional design learning methodologies and elearning design principles and techniques. able to provide specialist knowledge, advice and guidance to subject matter experts and stakeholders to support them to develop comprehensive storyboards which you will author into high quality learning solutions. experience and skills you will have excellent it technical and problem-solving skills and be proficient in a wide range of it applications including elearning authoring software.resilient with the ability to work to deadlines and prioritise your time effectively.you will be able to work on your own initiative, and to concentrate for long periods of time during the design & development stage of digital learning projects.you will be efficient in planning and organising your own and other's workload to meet set targets and project deadlines.excellent communication skills to liaise effectively with a range of sme's and stakeholders, to provide advice and guidance and to influence and persuade where required. for more information on the key skills as well as the qualifications and/or experience required, please refer to the job description attached. rewards and benefits you will have access to a range of benefits including: an excellent local government pension schemegenerous holiday entitlement of 27 days (plus opportunity to buy additional leave)a range of flexible working options, depending on your job rolematernity, paternity, dependency and adoption leave.volunteering opportunitiestraining and development opportunities, including coaching and mentoring and apprenticeships.a range of discounts giving our staff access to hundreds of offers; groceries, travel, cinema tickets, days out, leisure activities, high street retailers and the opportunity to save over £1,000 a year through our west sussex choices benefits platform (see ourstaff discounts page if you are a business looking to offer a discount)health and wellbeing benefits including access to our employee assistance programme, mental health first aiders and voluntary health cash plans for a full list this can be found at our rewards and benefits page. further information the reference number for this role is crs00758. for an informal conversation or for further information regarding the role, please contact louise holden (l&d delivery manager) at . for issues or queries regarding your application please contact . to apply, please follow the links below to upload your cv and cover letter. in your cover letter please outline your motivations for applying and explaining the skills and experience you can bring to the role (please refer to the key skills) ensuring that any gaps in employment are covered in your cv. please ensure you have saved the job description attached to the main advert on our website as, once the job has closed, you may not have the opportunity to download again.
Closing on 19 Oct
paisley | £23,144
marketing and student recruitment paisley campus admissions assistant ref076 grade 3 £23,144 - £25,742 full time, permanent the post - admissions assistant the marketing and student recruitment team at university of the west of scotland has an exciting opportunity for an admissions assistant. you will work as part of the admissions team providing a full range of support with the admissions function of the university, with responsibility for email communication and enquiries made to the to the admissions office on a daily basis. the successful candidate should have the following: educated to hnc level or equivalent, or have relevant, practical work experiencerelevant administrative experience within a busy office environment, with experience of task management and prioritisation of work within a team environmentattention to detail focussing on accuracy, fine detail and large volumes of workexcellent computer literacy skills with intermediate/advanced knowledge of microsoft packages, especially outlook and wordexcellent time management skillsexcellent written and verbal communication skills, with proven ability to work within a team environment about us uws was named higher educational institution of the year in the herald higher education awards 2022 and is ranked in the top 150 universities worldwide under 50 years old (2022 young university rankings). uws is one of scotland’s largest and most dynamic modern universities. our reach across the country, together with our london campus, means that uws is a significant force in global knowledge creation, innovation, and a leading provider of undergraduate, postgraduate and research degree education. our degrees provide students with a transformational experience; equipping them with highly sought-after graduate skills that set them up for global success in world-leading sectors, industries and businesses. with cutting-edge courses, modern pedagogy and practical knowledge, we enable our students and staff to experience the joy of learning, teaching, research and innovation, and apply their knowledge for the benefit of others. our professional services teams are the backbone of uws, providing robust and innovative solutions to support the vast range of work across learning and teaching, and research and innovation. you will join a supportive and dedicated team, playing a key role in a range of work that will help drive forward our ambition to deliver world-leading research, and graduates who will design, shape and build a new future. we offer our colleagues a caring and supportive environment, across five campuses, and a competitive benefits package which includes: 24 days of annual leave, plus a further 12 days for public/university holidaysan additional day’s leave to celebrate your birthday19.3% employer’s pension contribution, including death in service benefits on joining the pension schemea flexible approach to working pattern and work-life balanceemployee discount scheme across 3,500 retailersfitness facilities across our campusesfree gym membershipaccess to a range of health and wellbeing resources, including occupational health, physiotherapy and access to our employee assistance programmeprofessional, career and research development opportunities. to apply, please submit a cv and cover letter detailing how you meet the criteria for this post closing date: friday 13th october 2023 interview date: week commencing 23rd october 2023 the university reserves the right to shorten/extend the closing date of any position where a high/low volume of suitable applications are received. therefore, if you are interested in this role, an early application would be encouraged. uws is committed to equality and diversity and welcomes applications from underrepresented groups. uws is a "disability confident" employer. university of the west of scotland is a registered scottish charity, no. sc002520.
Closing on 13 Oct