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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
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
woking | £24,977
the starting salary for this role is £24,977 per annum based on a 36-hour working week. we are excited to be hiring a new administration assistant to join our fantastic mash team. the team is based in quadrant court in woking and we are a friendly, supportive and professional team. about the role? this role will primarily involve data inputting on our adult social care records system as well as other recording databases maintained by the team. however, the role also involves answering telephone calls from members of the public and other professionals and directing those calls to the most appropriate place, some note taking at team and professional meetings, and other administration tasks to support the work of the team. to be considered for shortlisting, we would love to hear that you: have a solid background in administration, including excellent notetaking (minute taking) skillscan show attention to detail, time management and ability to maintain high standards of accuracy under pressurehave experience of using microsoft applications, including excel, wordhave experience in a call taking or customer facing environment, with excellent customer service and listening skillsare confident, organized, and be able to implement a proactive approach to your work the job advert closes at 23:59 on 15/10/2023 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 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 18 Oct
hertford | £30,151
job title: development officerlocation: countywidestarting salary: £30,151 progressing to £32,909 pa - pay increase pendinghours: 37 per weekcontract: permanent this is an exciting opportunity to join the development team within the supporting families service and drive our vision to strengthen early help support for children, young people and their families. families first is the brand name of our holistic early help offer in hertfordshire, which focusses on supporting the whole family to achieve positive and sustainable outcomes. working across the county as a development officer you will assist in the development of county wide and local projects and initiatives, working in collaboration with a wide range of key stakeholders to support the continuous improvement of the families first model. your main areas of responsibility include: to contribute to and take responsibility for supporting the development of the local families first partnership groups, to ensure that there is robust, structured and innovative planning and delivery in each district to avoid duplication and silo working and lead on appropriate sub-groups projects.to develop and contribute to the families first communications and marketing strategy and action plan, including through linked projects and initiatives e.g. families first newsletter, designing families first marketing materials.to develop and support the families first workforce development strategy and action plan, including through linked projects and initiatives, including the workforce shadowing programme, working across partnerships.to lead on and manage specific smaller projects when required, for example, manage the planning and running of events independently, conducting research, writing of extensive briefs and reports independently, producing project documentation, analysing and disseminating information and preparing and delivering presentations to a variety of audiences.to support and identify continuous improvement of the families first model, including evaluating and evidencing the impact of the families first approach e.g. dip sampling, data analysis this role provides an opportunity to work in an outstanding ofsted rated children’s services department and build on hertfordshire’s national reputation of delivering innovative approaches. this role also provides an opportunity to be involved with shaping future early help provision to support the government’s early help agenda both at a local and strategic level, working with a diverse range of internal and external stakeholders. we are looking for a self-motivated individual with good organisational skills and an ability to approach work with innovation and autonomy. you will have a proven track record in communicating effectively, both in written and spoken form and demonstrate excellent interpersonal skills with a wide range of colleagues and stakeholders. additional information you will have an excellent working knowledge of all microsoft office applications, specifically excel, word and powerpoint and experience of data manipulation, analysis and designing effective presentations. you will be able to demonstrate good negotiating skills and have the ability to challenge managers regarding the ways in which they work and how processes are managed, to ensure you can achieve continuous improvement ambitions on behalf of the families first programme. you will have the ability to develop good working relationships with managers and staff and gain a good understanding of early help strategy and services in hertfordshire to ensure you are supporting and advising them in the best way possible. the role requires significant travel across the county so the post holder will benefit from having a driving licence and use of their own vehicle for business purposes. if you have a desire to influence service delivery to improve outcomes for children, young people and their families then we want to hear from you. this is an exciting opportunity to work in a complex environment with a wide range of stakeholders and to stamp your mark on how early help is delivered locally. closing date: 18th october 2023interview date: 8th and 9th november 2023benefits of working for us: • flexible working arrangements (depending on the role)• excellent career development• salary exchange for additional benefits• excellent pension scheme with employer contributions• shopping discounts• support groups & wellbeing schemes english fluency: the ability to converse at ease with members of the public and provide advice in accurate spoken english is essential for the post (for those whose language is a signed language the provision of a sign language interpreter who speaks english to the necessary standard of fluency will be required). driving roles only: as part of this role, you will be required to travel to other hcc sites/residences either using your own mode of transport or a company car. in light of this, the ability to drive and/or travel around the county is required for this role a dvla check will be required on appointment. cs roles only: we expect all children services employees to fulfil hertfordshire's professional promise for how children, young people & young adults with special educational needs and / or disabilities and their families should be treated. it is our agreement to place families and children at the centre of what we do, and helps parents and carers to understand and be able to hold us to account for how we provide our services.
Closing on 18 Oct
woking | £58,033
the starting salary for this role is £58,033 per annum, working 36 hours per week. this is an exciting opportunity to work within our adult social care safeguarding hub. the hub is our referral point for adult safeguarding concerns, and the team leads our initial response to those concerns. we are looking for a highly skilled and motivated professional to join our hub as the team manager. 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 leave agile 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, please visit?mybenefits?for surrey county council staff for more information. about the role surrey county council adult social care service is reviewing its adults safeguarding structure to ensure it can respond to the needs of our residents in a timely and proportionate way and truly embed making safeguarding personal into practice. you will play a part in this redesign as we develop a multi-agency safeguarding hub with our partners. as the team manager you will ensure our frontline responses to adult safeguarding concerns are of a high quality and customer-focused nature, while taking responsibility for leading the team and managing resources. your responsibilities will also include putting measures in place for risk management and business continuity, building relationships with partner agencies and service providers, and contributing to ongoing service improvement initiatives. to be considered for interview, your cv and personal statement should demonstrate: a high level of understanding and commitment to adult safeguarding work and ability to demonstrate an applied knowledge of adult social care legislation including the care act 2014 and mental capacity act 2005. that you hold a professional social work qualification, have current professional registration with the relevant registration authority, and have significant post-qualification experience.excellent communication skills and ability to lead the day to day running of a busy, dynamic team.confidence in making sound decisions that respond flexibly and quickly to changing needs that arise in a high-pressure environment.an ability to develop effective partnership relationships with individuals, carers and families and positive relationships with colleagues across the multi-agency partnership. experience of the successful management of staff, including managing performance and development while successfully addressing conduct. you will need to have competent it skills and be able and willing to learn to use a variety of software systems. applicants will need to have the willingness and ability to travel across surrey in accordance with the demands of the work and the job profile. at surrey we work togetheropenly and honestly to provide our residents with an excellent service that is inclusive and respectful of all. we offer a wide range of benefits that allow you to develop within your career without having to sacrifice your work/life balance. you can read more about our benefits, vision and values on our website by clicking apply. the job advert closes at 23:59 on 8th october 2023. 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. 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 mybenefits for surrey county council staff. 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. we look forward to receiving your application, please click on the apply online button below to submit.
Closing on 04 Oct
stevenage | £38,296
job title: development officer - childmindinglocation: hybrid workingstarting salary: £38,296 progressing to £42,503 - pay increase pendinghours: 37 per weekcontract: permanent diversity: we are an inclusive employer and value a diverse workforce job duties: this is a new role that has been created to support and develop childminding in hertfordshire this is an exciting time to become involved in early years and be part of the roll out of the governments expansion of free childcare as well as supporting existing childminders. the post holder will be responsible for the implementation of the hertfordshire childminder strategy and will need to have extensive knowledge and experience of working within the sector. main areas of responsibility: develop and implement a support package for existing childminders.recruit new childminders.actively promote childminding as a careerworking collaboratively to support childminders to offer an inclusive and nurturing environment which promotes children’s developmentliaise with internal and external partners to raise the profile of childminders support hertfordshire’s large network of childminders with any questions and queries they may haveattend recruitment events to attract potential childminders to the businessensure that the childminders voice is included within the wider early years sector the postholder will: have a minimum of 2 years recent experience of working as a childminderbe able to demonstrate that they have knowledge and experience of partnership workinghave excellent report writing skillsknowledge of the early years and childcare sectorknowledge of relevant legislationbe an excellent communicatorbe confident in developing and maintaining relationships with a range of professionals and agencies as an experienced childminder you will have the opportunity to use your expertise to support the sector to grow and thrive, and to shape the future of childminder support in hertfordshire. closing date: 22nd october 2023interview date: week commencing 13th november 2023 additional information benefits of working for us: • flexible working arrangements (depending on the role)• excellent career development• salary exchange for additional benefits• excellent pension scheme with employer contributions• shopping discounts• support groups & wellbeing schemes disability confident: we are proud to be a disability confident employerand guarantee an interview to anyone disclosing a disability whose application meets the minimum criteria for the post. english fluency: the ability to converse at ease with members of the public and provide advice in accurate spoken english is essential for the post (for those whose language is a signed language the provision of a sign language interpreter who speaks english to the necessary standard of fluency will be required). further information about the legal requirement can be found here. safeguarding: safeguarding children and adults is of utmost importance to hertfordshire county council. the council requires employees to abide by legislation and best practice to enable hertfordshire to achieve this. this role has been identified as requiring a disclosure & barring service (dbs) check. cs roles only: we expect all children services employees to fulfil hertfordshire's professional promise for how children, young people & young adults with special educational needs and / or disabilities and their families should be treated. it is our agreement to place families and children at the centre of what we do, and helps parents and carers to understand and be able to hold us to account for how we provide our services.
Closing on 20 Oct
woking | £24,977
the starting salary for this role is £24,977 per annum based on a 36-hour working week. we have a great opportunity for an administration assistant to join our fantastic client financial affairs team within adult social care. what we can offer you: 26 days annual leave, rising to 28 days after 2 years' service with the option to buy additional leaveagile working opportunities - your work/life balance is important to us!training and development - superb opportunities for developmenta supportive, 24/7 employee assistance programme car lease scheme and many more discounted life-style benefits about the team the client financial affairs team is a frontline team within adult social care. we ensure appropriate arrangements are put in place when a person has been assessed as lacking capacity to manage their financial affairs (in accordance with the mental capacity act 2005). to do this, we liaise with external agencies such as the court of protection, office of the public guardian and the department for work and pensions. as our administration assistant, you will support the team with this vital work. your role your role as our administration assistant will be key to ensuring an efficient administrative support service is in place, which enables the smooth running of day-to-day activities within the team. you will provide vital support the business support team by undertaking specific, detailed and routine processes as well as general office duties more widely. this is a fast-paced and varied role, but you can expect to be involved in the following tasks and duties: keeping track of information updating and maintaining spreadsheets and databases organising meetings processing invoicesassisting with office management taskssupporting and developing a range of business processes using it systems to build reports (using systems such as liquid logic, controcc, tableau- training will be provided) you will also need to work flexibly as part of the team to meet the needs of our internal and external stakeholders. please note that although this position is primarily within the business support function, there may be a need to support the main team with general office admin duties when required. in your application, we would love to hear about your: good communication and organisational skillsgood customer service skillsknowledge and comprehension of working with spreadsheets and completing administrative tasks using word and other it software programmescreative approach to problem solving and ability to work under pressure to meet agreed deadlinesability to work flexibly as part of a busy team the job advert closes at 23:59 on 8th october 2023. face to face interviews will take place week commencing 23rd october 2023, held at quadrant court, woking. 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. 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 10 Oct
gateshead | £25,000
hi, we're northern gas and power northern gas and power (a subsidiary of global procurement group) is a global energy procurement consultant and is the largest energy consultancy in europe. we guide businesses of all sizes ranging from smes to global organisations in purchasing their energy contracts. we set up comprehensive strategies for organisations to procure their energy contracts; negotiate contracts with energy suppliers; introduce and operate risk management frameworks; collect, check, and analyse invoices; and calculate organisations’ ghg emissions and carbon footprints. our consultancy is supported by our unique clearvue platform that brings together and visualises information from a global energy portfolio down to the last detail - helping our clients work towards their net zero goals and ensuring compliance with climate-related legislation. the opportunity we are global energy services provider. we have built one of the largest, dependable networks in the utility sector. we provide expert and disciplined advice in procurement, energy services, and technology. we provide energy services to tens of thousands of clients globally. you’ll have the opportunity to make real positive changes. what is the job about? we are currently recruiting an experienced payroll assistant. the payroll assistant will create and maintain employee payroll information accurately and efficiently relating to pay, commission and deductions as well as working with other departments to ensure data is received on time; and most importantly, ensure people are paid correctly and on time. you will be an integral part of the team to deliver payroll and expenses for a number of subsidiaries. other responsibilities include creditor payments, financial accounts as well as dealing with colleague queries relating to pay and benefits. you will report to the payroll manager. what exactly will you do? typical days will include the following: processing multiple payrollspayroll analysismanage the leaver processcomplete p11d’sdata entry (attention to detail is a must)maintaining our payroll processing system and records by gathering, calculating, and inputting datacalculating employee take-home pay-based information from our inhouse crm systemanswering colleague questions about wages, deductions, tax codesworking with other departments to ensure any changes are processed correctlyidentify, investigate, and resolve discrepancies with payroll recordscomplete payroll reports for record-keeping purposes and for managerial reviewyou must comply with all policies & procedures. what we’re looking for we are looking for a hardworking and exceptionally organised person who: has a good understanding of current pay and payroll lawis a competent user of sage 50has previous work experience in a payroll rolecan confidently use excelis discreet and can handle confidential data!has good attention to detail and strives to get things right first time while working to tight deadlines!can work in a fast-paced, self-directed, professional environmentcommunicates effectively, professionally and articulatelyis a team player what’s in it for you? industry-leading compensation package: negotiable salary £25,000 - £29,000rapidly growing user base: work directly with some of the uk’s largest, fastest growing, and most innovative companies.learn from industry-leading experts: we have cultivated some of best talent in the industry, allowing you to supercharge your career progression and learn from the best minds out there.work-life balance: no late finishes, keep your plans with friends and family.career growth: we enjoy promoting from within!unrivalled perks (including but not limited to):23 days of annual leave + bank holidays, with an additional fully paid month off in december (target dependant)wellbeing, gym and spa discounts.company getaways and retreats abroad.festival and event tickets (such as silverstone, wimbledon, tomorrowland, lost & found, champions league and more!) northern gas and power is an equal opportunities employer. we are committed to actively promoting equal opportunities in employment and creating a workplace culture in which diversity and inclusion is valued and everyone is treated with dignity and respect. a copy of our diversity, equity and inclusion policy is available on request.
Closing on 30 Oct
st. albans | £48,000
company description: premier foods is one of britain’s biggest listed food companies, employing over 4,000 colleagues at 15 manufacturing sites and offices up and down the country. many of our brands have been part of uk life for more than a century and you’ll find them in 94% of british households.at premier foods we believe in inclusion, authenticity and individuality. we aim to ensure all existing and potential colleagues are given equitable opportunities and are respected, valued and encouraged to bring their true authentic selves to work no matter who they are, what they look like, who they love or what they believe in. our culture is one where everyone is welcome. job description: premier foods is a business with great momentum, with a purpose to enrich people’s lives through food. we’ve been doing it a long time - many of our much-loved brands have been part of uk life for more than a century. we have an ambitious vision for growth driven by innovation. consumer being at the centre of our growth strategy, our insight and analytics team is playing a very important role in guiding business strategies and decisions.as insights manager for our qms&s portfolio (quick meals solutions & soup), you will act as the voice of the consumer for our activities on much-loved brands including batchelors and nissin.reporting to head of savoury insights, you will work in close partnership with the brand & innovation team as well as commercial teams to guide strategy and project execution, unlocking the full potential of our innovation pipeline in both short and long termyou’ll be passionate about understanding consumers, the decisions they make, and the reasons they make them: and you’ll represent these in meetings with stakeholders across the business, with the conviction to make recommendations even when they run against the priorities of senior business leadersyou’ll also be able to influence testing methodologies, seeking out new agencies and working with the insights team to develop best practices.you’ll benefit from our hybrid working practices which include 50% working from home and finishing at 3pm on a friday do you offer..... at least 4 years of insight, research and consumer understanding experience.ideally fmcg research experience gained client side, or relatable agency side experience. food industry experience is a major plus.a passion for understanding the consumer and representing their voice strongly within the businesshighly numerate, with an ability to bring together data and information from multiple sources to tell a story, translate what it means for the audience and form recommendationsstrong communication skills, both written and verbalexperience of influencing senior stakeholders to act on your recommendationsstrong organizational skills, attention to detail, ability to juggle multiple priorities and to keep sight of deadlines. as an insight manager you will.... work in partnership with innovation and marketing colleagues to build a robust and profitable npd pipeline, helping to guide excellence in execution of that pipelinedevelop and execute the adhoc insights agenda for the qms&s category, identifying knowledge gaps and delivering action-based research projects, across the spectrum of both qual & quantwork alongside the insights team to develop overall savoury strategic thinking and clarify the role that cooking sauces play in the wider premier portfoliomanage the qms&s insights budget, maximising the impact of our investment in adhoc researchcontribute to development of our 3 year brand strategy and strategic pillars interested in...? joining a category-leading ftse 250 business striving to be carbon neutral by 2030hybrid working flexibility, with 50% of your time at home and 50% in the office/site or agency each weekstandout benefits including sharesave and the option to purchase additional holidays what we offer you in return...? competitive salarycar allowancebonusup to 7.5% pensionprivate medical insurancelife assurancewide range of online and in-house trainingaccess to an employee discount scheme, with access to hundreds of nationwide retailers ready to apply...? click apply, submitting an up-to-date cv tailored to this opportunity. we look forward to hearing from you.
Closing on 14 Oct
woking | £27,897
the starting salary for this position is £27,897 per annum based on a 36 hour working week. could you help support the senior coroner deliver their judicial duties in a role where no two days are the same? the coroner's service team are seeking to recruit a coroner's support officer to work in this fast paced and diverse role. as a coroner's support officer, you will play a key role in delivering the effective running of the coroner's court as well as supporting coroner's officers in obtaining information critical to the cases they are managing. this role requires close working with hospital mortuaries and funeral directors, often attending mortuaries on behalf of the coroner, ensuring the accurate identification of the deceased and that they are treated with dignity and respect. this may require the person working from locations other than the coroner's court in woking, including the scc body storage facility. about you your excellent customer service and communication skills will tie in with your ability to relate to people from backgrounds reflecting the diversity of the people who live and work in surrey. we are looking for people who can make a difference to the lives of people who have lost family members, loved ones or friends. this role requires the ability to deliver legal duties compassionately, whilst being personally emotionally resilient when dealing with what may be difficult or traumatic situations. we believe this is a hugely rewarding role that is of benefit to the residents of surrey. we are looking for people with: excellent attention to detail and the ability to follow defined processes in a timely manner whilst maintaining a high degree of accuracyexperience of providing high levels of customer care and professionalism to members of the publicthe ability to prioritise work effectively and work independently to meet deadlinesexcellent it skills experience gained in the role, from working in an active court, gathering critical information and dealing with the deceased, will be invaluable for progressing in a career in the coroner's service. the job advert closes at 23:59 on 8th october 2023 with interviews to follow. this role requires applicants to travel around the county as required. we look forward to receiving your application, please click on the apply online button below to submit. benefits we are committed to providing a healthy work life balance. 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 03 Oct
reading | £45,000
job summarymigration and borders groupthe mission of the migration and borders group (mbg) is to guide the uk’s immigration, borders, asylum and citizenship system, to ensure it is run in a coherent, end-to-end manner, providing great customer service and applying fair but firm controls, in line with ministerial objectives. the group works collaboratively with relevant capabilities in the home office, notably border force, immigration enforcement and asylum and protection and customer service who are delivering the front-line services and with other key government and external partners.migration and borders system design hubthis is a fantastic opportunity to join the system design hub, sitting at the heart of migration & borders system design within system leadership. system design are accountable for owning and developing the migration & borders end-to-end strategic design and business architecture.the design hub is at the very centre of migration and borders system design. the hub is responsible for resourcing and planning across system design. the right candidate will develop a wide range of skills within a high performing team, to support the delivery of significant transformation and leading-edge change across the migration and borders mission. we work in close collaboration with sros and senior strategy, policy, and operational colleagues (in customer service and borders and enforcement) along with our digital, data and technology teams. the post holder will need strong interpersonal and stakeholder management skills to work closely with teams across system design and planning teams across the capabilities, along with good analytical and critical thinking skills.job descriptionsystem design portfolio and planning analystswe are looking for seo planners to work within the system design hub. these roles are a rare chance to shape the delivery of key legal and illegal migration transformation, and work in the team setting out the design for our future borders. this is an exciting opportunity to take a key project management and coordination role in a high profile and fast-moving directorate which covers the end-to-end architecture across the migration and borders system. you will work in partnership with ogds, project delivery, policy, hola, hoai, technology partners, data services & operational teams so that what we design efficiently in a way that meets end users and meets ministerial direction. we are looking for candidates with project management, planning, analytical and critical thinking skills. the post holders will need strong interpersonal and stakeholder management skills to work closely with teams across system design and planning teams across the capabilities. you will need to ensure that we have end-to-end design planning in place, are prioritising and aligning our resources to best effect, preventing duplication of effort, and that we have a long-term view of the system. the design hub holds the overarching mbg system design view and vision, translating it into the end state. the hub is a friendly, multi-disciplinary team that is responsible for setting and maintaining the standards, templates and ways of working. the planning function holds the common work plan, manages resource planning & flexible resource allocation, oversees commissioning, prioritisation & sequencing. person specificationthese roles are suitable for individuals who have experience of working as project planners or have held a similar role within a project team, programme or pmo. previous experience in system design is not required, and awareness sessions and support will be provided to help understand design work. the successful candidate will need to be able to demonstrate the following essential behaviours in the application: lead on planning activity, build project plans and apply appropriate project principles to deliver stated objectives. identify and set appropriate project controls. track and report delivery against milestones. analyse, challenge, and test planning assumptions to ensure that plans are realistic and achievable. monitor and analyse information, reporting progress, slippage and highlighting areas of risk and opportunity. provide key reports and support effective governance and decision making. work with risk owners to identify and monitor project risks and issues. develop mitigating actions and escalate as appropriate. identify key stakeholders and develop effective relationships. support capability building and the use of best practice in planning and reporting. you’ll enjoy working as part of a team as well as working on your own and using your own initiative to ensure design work is on track for your team. essential skillsexperience of working in a programme, project or pmo environment.excellent communication skills, both verbal and written.demonstrable ability to build relationships with both team members and stakeholders.strong it skills particularly in the use of excel, powerpoint, sharepoint and teamsworking as part of a team, creating an effective team environment
Closing on 03 Oct
south west london | £65,000
description and requirementsardmore have been at the forefront in delivering hundreds of major projects across london. some of our iconic projects include the corinthia hotel, old war office restoration and the greenwich peninsula. we build homes, offices, hotels, schools, medical centres, parks, playgrounds - every facility our great city needs. and we do it with passion. with sensitivity. with style! be the eyes and ears for everything m&e packages on site ensuring striving to achieve a quality project on time and to cost, with zero harm to people or the environment. the project: is a grade 1 & 2 listed building that is being transformed into high end residential apartments. there will be a total of 42 units across 3 blocks. the project is valued at £92m. the roof will be extended and turn into a penthouse and there will be a gym, spa and swimming people bult underground! the project is stone's throw away from london, victoria station. main responsibilities: procurement of materials.overseeing and planning of all coordination of m&e services within the scheme.overseeing of any further mechanical or electrical subcontractors that may be appointed throughout the duration of the scheme.witness and sign off of all heating and cold water testing before close up of wall and ceilingsqa of installation of all mechanical and electrical packagesall testing to be witnessed, including: inhibitor flushing, chlorination flushing, flow rates tests and mvhr extract tests.attend all design team meetings.chair weekly m&e subcontractor meetings with project manager in attendance.prepare and issue weekly report on m&e progress and contractors on site to pm.ensuring all products installed by contractors are fit for purpose, compliant and that employers requirements are fulfilled.ensuring subcontractors employed carry out works as per their agreed contract scope documents.ensure all subcontractors and site operatives to be working to their method statements. method statements to be reviewed alongside health and safety department to ensure methodology is safest way of carrying out the works.ensure all operatives are signed up to risk assessments and daily safe starts. we're looking for: city & guilds electrical level 3 or nvq 3 in plumbing and air ventilationsmstscity & guilds edition 18 (wiring)knowledge of qa processes - ideally using fieldviewminimum 2-3 years' experience in m&eknowledge of current legislation: health and safety requirements, building regulations, nhbc site specific requirementknowledge of the industry standards, ukps, ukpn, bt fibre requirements for installations example of company benefits (dependent on role level) competitive maternity, adoption & paternity pay schememedical cover (most pre-existing conditions are covered) - dependent on role levelcompetitive holiday allowances, starting with 25 + bank holidays and going up to 30 days + bank holidays (dependant on length of service), day off on your birthday also included!competitive pension scheme to help you for when you retirelife assurance (paying 4* your salary)relevant professional membership fees paid and continued support with your professional growth and learning.generous staff referral scheme, paying up to £3,500the opportunity to save up to 25% on your bike via the cycle to work schemediscounts on 100's of retailers and gyms further information about the rolekindly be aware that this advertisement for our job vacancy may not encompass all assigned duties, responsibilities, or aspects of the role described. it is subject to potential amendments at the sole discretion of ardmore.for a full role profile, please contact us directly at equal opportunities ardmore are an equal opportunities employer and positively encourages applications from suitably qualified and eligible candidates regardless of sex, race, disability, age, sexual orientation, gender, reassignment, religion or belief, marital status, or pregnancy or maternity. reasonable adjustmentswe would like you to perform at your best at every stage of our recruitment process. please contact us using if you require any reasonable adjustments to complete your application. candidate privacy notice as part of our recruitment process for all roles including employees, consultants and subcontractors, we collect and process personal data relating to job candidates and potential candidates. we explain how we use personal information in the candidate privacy notice. to view our candidate privacy notice please visit the ardmore group website > working for us > privacy notice.
Closing on 18 Oct
manston | £26,500
join us and help deliver the exceptional, every day. working as a security support officer within our mitie team will provide you with the opportunity to maintain high standards of security and safety whilst promoting the welfare and decency of residents within our care. this is a fast-paced environment where no two days are the same. as you gain experience within this challenging role, we will support you throughout your time to grow and develop.? you will be responsible for supporting the detention custody officer's in our short-term holding facility at manston and will hold the title of detention custody support officer. salary: £26,500 with excellent benefitsworking hours: shift pattern - 4 on 4 off, 42 hours p/w, covering both days and nights, weekends, and bank holidays.paid breaksthe site is operational 24/7, 365 days a year and your rolling roster covering 52 weeks will help you plan your work/life balance.?pension and life insurance22 days holidayno driving licence required.this role is a great way to start your career in care and custody, the skills you learn will set you up for a job with clear career progression. must have resided in the uk for the past 5 years and be a uk citizen, citizen of the commonwealth or eec citizen.must hold a valid passport and have no restrictions on stay in the uk.staff will be required to undergo enhanced dbs check and vetting to counter terrorist checked (ctc)the position is exempt from the rehabilitation of offenders act. who we're looking for: being a security support officer demands a high degree of empathy, people skills, patience, resilience, and professionalism to handle an ever-changing day. those in our care come from a variety of backgrounds and you will need good communication skills to support colleagues, work together and deliver an exceptional service to our residents and the home office.?you will be responsible for keeping the site secure at all times and providing a safe and monitored environment for colleagues and residents. no two days are the same and you will need to be adaptable to different duties and responsibilities, on a daily basis. training once you have passed our selection and vetting process, you'll begin your mitie care and custody career as a security support officer by undertaking our one-week initial training course. assessment dates: face to face assessments will be run throughout 2023. continued personal development?with?full support given to enhance your career.?ability to achieve a work/life balance.?a benefits package including pension, private medical cover, share and?mideals?discount schemes with over 3000 offers available from your favourite retailers, leisure, and utilities companies.? responsibilities are as follows, but not limited to: support detention custody officers in short-term holding facility at manstonsite securityguarding during ho processesproperty managementstores / food managementsite management room since 1987, mitie’s 68,000 employees have been maintaining companies globally. we are the uk’s leading facilities management and professional services company, and our clients range from household names in banking, critical government sites as well as hospitals and schools. join our mitie team.
Closing on 04 Oct