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milton keynes | £40,000
contact centre manager permanent salary: £40,000-£45,000 here at scania gb, we are looking for a contact centre manager to join the business. the primary responsibility of the contact centre manager is to drive the professional telephone lead-generation activity of the uk contact centre in support of the sales and service division's business plan. we are looking for someone who can help support and coach a team of up to 6 members. responsibilities: manage the daily running of the contact centre, resource planning, people management, procedures and compliance.maintain up to-date knowledge of industry developments, product and services that you will be representing in your daily activity.record statistics, rates and performance levels of the contact centre activity, overall and on individual campaigns.forecast results and resource on a weekly and monthly basis.ensure the integration of sales centre activities are achieved within the framework, and work to ensure quality within the teamcollaborate with all marketing division stakeholders (communications, events, pr, transformation etc) to ensure your teams activity is fully integrated in the annual communications schedule, providing data, metrics, activity results, budget spent metrics into the platform to enable tracking of the whole department impact.work with the insight team to receive market and customer analysis in detail to drive campaign development and contact centre follow-up efficacy.work with the team to construct and manage a professional briefing process for the contact centre which is integrated into the overall process.update campaign owners at the end of every day on daily results and feedback of all live campaigns. working in an agile manner to ensure remedial actions can be made quickly to modify campaign approach if required to increase the result.ensure weekly format update meetings are in place to formally review contact centre feedback on all live campaigns, recommending actions and contributing to the agile working practice.lead operational meetings skill set: coaching- helping others to make the most of their qualities and competences to accomplish tasks and solve problems. encourage a “dare to try, manage the risk approach”, allowing learning from mistakes. customer understanding- demonstrates understanding of customers, their commercial offerings, industry, business, motivational drivers and needs. understands how scania can contribute to the optimization of customer profitability. communication- listening and communicating openly, honestly, and respectfully with different audiences, promoting dialogue and building consensus. initiative- dealing with situations and issues proactively and persistently, seizing opportunities that arise. decision making- using critical thinking, good business sense and organizational values to make decisions involving varying levels of risk and ambiguity. have you got the experience that you believe will be suitable to fulfil this amazing position? if so, we would love to hear from you! working for scania is not just about the job. it’s about you too, and this is where the company goes the extra mile, and provides an industry leading employment package. we offer an excellent benefits package which includes a pension scheme, complementary life insurance, financial incentive schemes and discounts on major retail outlets including groceries. at scania we invest considerably in colleague development and training and you can expect to receive comprehensive training to provide opportunities for career progression not only in the uk but throughout our global organisation. we have a strong and supportive culture, where each individual is seen, respected and has the potential to contribute. we trust each other to act with integrity and make decisions, and we believe in a more flexible future workplace based on individual needs. for us, diversity and inclusion is a strategic necessity. by having colleagues with the widest possible range of skills, knowledge, backgrounds and experiences, we ensure we have the right people and together with an inclusive corporate culture, this drives our business forward. we want our colleagues to feel proud and happy to work for us, no matter where they are from or who they are, and we strive to achieve an inclusive and family-friendly environment for everyone. scania is dedicated to delivering exceptional products and services to our customers and the successful candidate will reflect our core values; customer first, respect for the individual, elimination of waste, determination, team spirit and integrity in all we do. if you feel you have the skills and expertise for this challenging role then please apply today. closing date: 01/03/2023
Closing on 01 Mar
bicester | £21,500
overview calling all rule-breakers, innovators & fun-loving self-starters! are you smart, sassy & scrappy? do you love to laugh out loud? you’re just what we’re lookin’ for, gorgeous! we’re benefit cosmetics, the indie beauty brand-turned-prestige powerhouse under leading luxury products group louis vuitton moet hennessy. founded in 1976 by twins jean & jane ford in san francisco, today we’re in 59 countries with more than 3,000 browbars & 6,000 trained service experts worldwide. at benefit, we believe laughter is the best cosmetic, because when we’re laughing & having fun, that’s when we’re our most beautiful. we're known to work smart & laugh hard. sound like you? you’ve come to the right place! we’re living proof that premium brands don’t have to be serious. let others do all the science and molecule stuff – we’re here to transform customers into better versions of themselves, and have a ton of fun doing it. it means looking good and staying positive – every customer you approach will see you as the face of our brand. you’re going to love doing all those makeovers with our best-selling products, and they’ll love you for making them look amazing. responsibilities the counter manager has overall responsibility for the achievement of benefit retail objectives in store. by leading your team by setting the perfect example, you will maximise all sales opportunities and ensure that the team provides the best customer service and shopping experience possible. duties include management – managing sales assistants by motivating staff and delegating roles, ensuring sales targets are met, and high customer service standards are maintained.sales goals – achieving counter sales targets agreed with the area manager.teamwork – through daily team meetings, effective communication, and recognition of positive work you will ensure the in-store teams remain motivated and work to achieve individual and counter targetspromotion and special events – building business with innovation by creating both in-store and external events through linkups, interdepartmental events, and counter events including new product releases and charity events.stock – ensuring the counter remains stocked at all times and reporting any concerns to the area manager immediately.communication – you will be responsible for communication between store/department managers and area managers as well as maintaining high levels of open communication on the counter.administration – you will be responsible for ensuring daily, weekly, monthly, and yearly administration is completed, and where necessary assisting with area manager administration.staff rotas – you will ensure staff rotas are completed fairly and on a monthly basis.hygiene and housekeeping – you will ensure the counter and displays are kept clean and hygienic at all times. qualifications team members will be required to work weekends, late nights, and bank holidays. benefit is filled with both laughter and hard work – making us a unique place to hang your hat. we offer beauty-full opportunities for growth and development and represent a wide variety of skills and backgrounds. if you’re the type of person who puts the word “no” before the word “problem,” then we may have a fabulous opportunity for you. we use video interview as part of our recruitment process so if your application is further shortlisted we will send you a video interview to complete. please ensure you complete the video interview as soon as possible. salary – £21,500 – £27,500 (dependent on experience & performance of counter)
Closing on 13 Mar
watford | £38,296
job title: deputy managerlocation: watfordstarting salary: £38,296 with the opportunity to progress to a maximum of £42,503 (pro rata for part-time)hours: 37 per weekcontract: permanent diversity: we are an inclusive employer and value a diverse workforce job duties: we are looking for a candidate with a positive attitude to embracing change while driving and leading a team to work together in a cohesive manner. you will also be supporting colleagues to build their practices and confidence in achieving the best outcomes for the young people within a residential setting. to deputise in the absence of the home manager and maintain legislation, policies and procedures.to supervise staffto organise, attend and plan for meetings with key stakeholdersto manage the home in the absence of the manager.to lead and manage on safeguarding concerns.to undertake on call responsibilities as a deputy manager you will play a vital role in running the children’s home and helping direct the day to day operations. you will get the opportunity to develop, nurture and embed therapeutic practices into the home to support the young people in our care. you will have to be organised and demonstrate leadership skill with a passion for delivering outstanding services to children and their families. we require for you to have at least 6 months experience working either as a deputy manager or a senior within a children’s home. you will ideally have a diploma level 3/4 in residential childcare or equivalent and prepared to undertake the level 5 in leadership and management for residential childcare. you will also have an in depth understanding of regulatory requirements for children’s homes under ofsted. your main responsibilities will be: to support the registered manager in undertaking the operation and day to day running of a children’s hometo ensure that the children and young people placed at the home are safe and receive a high standard of therapeutic care.to support the team in getting the best outcomes for the children closing date: 9th february 2023interview date: 27th , 28th february 2023 - 10am-2pm
Closing on 09 Feb
dorking | £23,243
the starting salary for this role is £23,243 per annum based on a 36 hour working week. we are looking to recruit two administration assistants within our fantastic adult social care locality team in mid surrey. as part of our greener future strategies and our commitment to creating a healthy work-life balance, we welcome a conversation with you regarding our remote working options. remote working to us is a balance of spending time in our communities, our offices and working from home or wherever works best. we are looking for candidates who can provide comprehensive administrative support to our adult social care team. you will be undertaking general administrative duties in order to provide support to a dispersed specialised central operational team within adult social care, where supervision at times is off site. you may be required to travel to other sites in surrey to support operational functions. you will need to have excellent excel skills, quick and accurate data entry on mainframe database and excel spreadsheets. you will need to be able to both interrogate the database and interpret the data recorded which may be complex in nature. at times you will need to produce ad hoc reports from excel spreadsheets. you will have good communication skills both written and verbal as you will be expected to deal with telephone enquiries and a wide range of correspondence, case recording and scanning duties. in addition, you will have the skills to enable you to take notes and minutes of meetings. you will also be required to proof read/edit items for web supported team bulletin. you will have a flexible, mature approach, will be well organised and able to work under pressure, on occasions, to tight deadlines. you will also have good customer service and excellent it skills. the ability to work as part of a team within existing working protocols and procedures whilst being proactive and using your initiative within the scope of the job role. at surrey, our values and behaviours are just as important as our skills and abilities. they shape who we are as an organisation. find out more about the values we follow. the job advert closes at 23:59 on 19/02/2023. interviews will take place week commencing 27/02/2023. contact details for an informal discussion please contact anna sheridan on . 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 mybenefits for surrey county council staff. our commitment surrey county council is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. we want to be an inclusive and diverse employer of first choice reflecting the community we serve and particularly welcome applications from all under represented groups.
Closing on 27 Feb
epsom | £53,918
the salary for this position is £53,918 - £60,864 per annum based on a 36 hour week. hope is a flagship service that uniquely partners with health services, children's services and education who work together to provide support to young people in the community and through day programme provision. within the provision there is a dedicated team of professionals who include social workers, nurses, psychiatrists, teachers, psychologists, therapists and activity workers who collaborate to ensure young people receive the help and support they need. we are now looking for a collaborative and supportive camhs general manager to join us. based across two sites in epsom and guildford, hope is a multi-agency service for young people aged 11-18 who are experiencing complex mental health, emotional, social and behavioural challenges, where their needs cannot be met by one agency alone. as a general manager your leadership and collaborative mindset will see you delivering improved outcomes for children, young people, and their families through an integrated and evidence-based approach. you'll be supportive in ensuring high quality supervision and development is consistently delivered to the teams and workforce around you, who in turn can provide the best support possible to young people. open to feedback and views of employees, partner agencies, young people and families/carers; you'll represent many voices in your decision making and will use these to improve our service to surrey young people. we value our employees for the unique skills, backgrounds and perspectives they bring to the table and we work continuously to help bring out the best in all of our people, offering opportunities for development and flexibility, where possible. to be considered for shortlisting for the general manager role, your cv and personal statement should clearly evidence the following: social work/nursing degree (or similar alternative) and be registered with the nmc or social work englandrelevant and applied experience working with young people in a mental health or social care settingproven leadership and managerial skills in a health or social care environmentexperience of working with multi-agency stakeholders additional informationthe job advert closes at 23:59 on 16th february 2023 with interviews to follow. contact details for an informal discussion please contact sumbal wasiq by e-mail at .uk 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 mybenefits for surrey county council staff. our commitment surrey county council is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. we want to be an inclusive and diverse employer of first choice reflecting the community we serve and particularly welcome applications from all under represented groups.
Closing on 10 Mar
london | £45,000
carbon manager we are currently looking for a carbon manager to join our team on a permanent basis working on a cutting edge project with our expanding team based at our london office 2 days a week and 3 working from home. what will you be doing? as a carbon manager, you’ll be responsible for the development and implementation of sizewell c’s (szc) carbon management strategy. this includes ensuring compliance with the project’s carbon related objectives and alignment with financial and industry standards and best practice. what are we looking for? · we are looking for someone to establish carbon reduction targets and conduct carbon data analysis. · leading carbon reduction initiatives for the project as well as initiatives to improve the understanding of carbon management across the organisation. · oversee carbon data collection project-wide and develop relationships with key stakeholders to drive reporting accuracy improvements over time. · working closely with project stakeholders, you’ll provide expertise including life cycle assessments for project initiatives and cost/benefit considerations · expert within the energy/carbon/climate world · strong analytical skills including the ability to generate reports, carry out complex data analysis and produce informative presentations · knowledge of relevant standards and regulations (such as pas 2080). · experience of using carbon accounting software and carbon reporting tools. what to do now choose ‘apply now’ to fill out our short application, so that we can find out more about you. if you have any questions you’d like to ask before applying, please contact catherine bevis at capita capita opportunity statement the parent company, capita plc*, are a leading uk provider of technology enabled business services. we’re supporting and improving the lives of millions of people every day and we can only do this with the right people in place, working towards a shared goal. we encourage an open, honest working environment where everyone can be true to themselves, and people are valued for their differences. we’re always challenging each other to learn and improve, because we know when we work together, we can deliver better outcomes. we work across such a huge range of businesses and sectors, that you’ll have the opportunity to grow and develop your career in any number of directions. you’ll also become part of a network of 63,000 experienced, innovative, and dedicated individuals across multiple disciplines and sectors. there are countless opportunities to learn new skills and develop in your career, and we’ll provide the support you need to do deliver. our purpose is to create a better outcome for you.
Closing on 24 Feb
london | £30,000
kitchen table - restaurant administration assistantrestaurant administration assistant - kitchen tablesalary - starting at £30000 depending on experienceschedule - full timeexperience - previous experience within a quality restaurantkitchen table are seeking arestaurant administration assistant to join their team. the successful candidate will be friendly, personable and passionate about all things food and drink. this is a fantastic opportunity for an experiencedrestaurant administration assistant looking for a new role in an award winning, critically acclaimed group.kitchen table are seeking a restaurant administration assistant to join their team. the successful candidate will be friendly, personable and passionate about all thing’s food and drink. this is a fantastic opportunity for an experienced restaurant administration assistant looking for an opportunity in an award winning, critically acclaimed group.-->the restaurantkitchen table is a dining experience, where full interaction with the chefs showcases previously unseen kitchen theatre. guests, seated at a horseshoe-shaped counter, see james knappett and his team prepare, serve, and talk diners through that evening's tasting menu. a wine list curated by award-winning sommelier (and james' wife) sandia chang completes the experience.james has worked at some of the world's most highly regarded restaurants.kitchen table opened in 2012, was awarded one michelin star in 2014, and achieved a coveted second star in 2018 ?" which it has held ever since. kitchen table was also awarded michelin's ‘welcome and service award' in 2018.the positionas restaurant administration assistant, you will manage and coordinate office administration and procedures, in order to ensure a seamlessly efficient and safe operation. supporting the site management team and each department with various administrative tasks.duties include:supporting the management team with day to day administrative tasks.responsible for fire safety and health and safety procedures.adhoc ordering, and management of all stationery and office equipment.support ordering equipment including stationary, uniforms, crockerysupporting team members with company procedures and policies.if you have experience in the following, then we want to hear from you:* prior experience as a restaurant administrator in a fast-paced restaurant* a professional telephone manner* proficient working knowledge of microsoft office programs* good time management and organisational skills* extensive knowledge of reservation systems (tock, but not essential)benefits & culture our team is the most important part of our business, translating our passion for genuine hospitality to our guests every day. we are proud to work with industry-leading talent and recognise the importance of offering our teams the tools, guidance and experience necessary to build confidence and grow.we encourage you to bring your whole self to work and celebrate the skills and characteristics that make you unique. your commitment to be kind and work hard comes with a range of benefits such as:treat yourself* up to 50% off dining across jks restaurants* retail & takeaway discounts* code app membership* perkbox - access to tons of retail discounts and our wellbeing hublook after yourself* discounted gym membership* company donations for your involvement with charities* employee assistance program* access to financial advice* wedding gift & new-born care package - celebrating your big occasionsprogress yourself* access to our fantastic l&d calendar* a personalised learning & development plan to develop your skills and knowledge* career progression with a fast-growing, critically acclaimed restaurant group.be yourself* wagestream - stream your pay earlier* employee referral scheme - paying up to £600 per referral* staff parties & long service awardsthe groupjks restaurants was founded by siblings jyotin, karam and sunaina sethi in november 2008. the group has received critical acclaim and industry recognition since its inception, including 6 michelin stars, 3 michelin bib gourmands and one restaurant ranked in the world's 100 best restaurants.the jks portfolio currently includes michelin starred restaurants trishna, gymkhana, kitchen table, sabor and lyle's; as well as cult favourites hoppers, bao, brigadiers, berenjak, and bibi. pubs include the cadogan arms and the george. the group also includes retail outfits ambassador general store, hoppers cash & kari, berenjak bazaar, bao convni, bubbleshop by sandia chang.jks restaurants offers a unique chance to either pursue a career in fine dining or develop within casual trend focused cuisine, with opportunities across all disciplines for those looking to progress their careers within a people focused, collaborative hospitality group.
Closing on 10 Mar
hertfordshire | £27,344
job title: projects officer - capital workslocation: countywidestarting salary: £27,344 with the opportunity to progress to a maximum of £30,151 per annumhours: 37 hours per weekcontract: permanent diversity: we are an inclusive employer and value a diverse workforce join our busy access team, working to protect, maintain and improve our 3200km network of footpaths, bridleways and byways. in this county-wide role you will be able to help us make routes deliver real opportunities for active travel and recreation. in this role you will be responsible for developing, procuring and delivering significant packages of improvements to the rights of way network through a range of contractors and suppliers. typical works packages might include upgrading or replacing bridges and gates, surfacing routes so that they can be used in all weathers or restoring routes which have fallen into disrepair. you will need to be a good communicator as we work in partnership with a broad range of stakeholders including users, landowners and professional partners daily. we work in a political environment where competing demands are common and the pace is high. work sites are regularly located in remote areas with difficult terrain. we are looking for candidates with experience of specifying works and/or managing contracts, ideally within an access-based industry or the public realm. you will be required to travel using your own car or a company vehicle and a dvla check will be required on appointment. the role offers the opportunity to make a real difference to people’s daily lives and experience of our environment, as part of a diverse service working towards the delivery of the sustainable hertfordshire strategy.closing date: 12.02.2023interview date: 02.03.2023
Closing on 10 Feb
kimbolton | £60,000
we are currently supporting a growing, family-run sme who are actively seeking an experienced general manager to join their team based in kimbolton founded 17 years ago, the company have grown to a turnover of £9 million at over 12% pa. this role will have a real input into ensuring their growth plans are delivered. we are looking for an all-round general manager that has experienced substantial growth within a business and has experience. to be successful in this role, you should be a thoughtful leader and a confident decision-maker and have a commitment to grow the business. your role as a general manager will be to lead the office, warehouse and operations in a commanding way and effectively run the core of the business and drive a team of 25 staff through 5 direct reports. experience in sales management will enable effective coaching of the sales manager. key duties and responsibilities.... responsible for keeping the purpose, mission and core values alive on a daily basisdelivering the clear goals set by the board who work on these with external advisors and a pro-active accountancy firmcontributing at weekly leadership meetings with the board presentoversee day-to-day operations, meeting budgets, and salesset policies and processesdeliver 121s and appraisals for your reporting lines and ensure these are delivered across the organisation working closely with hr partner to ensure appraisals are utilised well. ensure employees work productively and develop professionallyoversee recruitment and training of new employeesevaluate and improve operations and financial performanceprepare regular reports for the directorsensure staff follows health and safety regulationsprovide solutions to issues that may arisedevelop and manage your team to drive performance and identify opportunities to increase revenue across new and existing customers.ensure customers' expectations and needs are being metweekly marketing meeting with marketing manager - assisting them with marketing ideasattend weekly sales meeting with sales manager and sales teamweekly warehouse walk to ensure standards are being maintained the ideal candidate will have the following skills, attributes and qualifications... ability to deliver strategies with a hands-on approachexperience with significant company growthexperience within an operational management roleproven leadership skills with the ability to develop a high-performing team who can deliver results and exceed customers’ expectationsprevious experience and accountability for the profit and loss of business operations and a keen eye for business development opportunitiesstrong attention to detail with the ability to identify and provide solutions for potential challenges within the workplaceproven ability to manage people - set clear performance standards and expectations and hold people accountable to them by giving candid, consistent feedbackgood written and verbal communication skillsexcellent organisational/time management skills - you'll need to juggle multiple tasks and prioritise effectively hours: 7am - 4:30am (mon-fri) benefits salary £60-£80,000 with bonus scheme21 days annual holiday entitlement in addition to bank & public holidays with increased days with servicecompany phone and laptopgenerous vehicle allowance or company carpension scheme with company contributions
Closing on 08 Mar
guildford | £36,282
the starting salary for this position is £36,282 per annum based on a 36-hour working week. our children’s home in guildford is looking for an energetic and enthusiastic deputy manager! in this pivotal role, your expertise and creativity will help us achieve our ambition of ensuring every child in surrey is seen and heard, feels safe and can grow. by enhancing and improving traditional ways of working – you will play a key part in the lives of the children and young people who are looked after in our residential children’s home. we value our employees for the unique skills, backgrounds and perspectives they bring to the table. we work continuously to bring out the best in all our people, offering opportunities for development and flexibility wherever possible. we offer many great benefits for staff depending on what is important to you! a selection of these include: a generous local government pensionaccess to a range of health and wellbeing toolslifestyle benefitstravel and transport benefits our homes each of our residential homes is a specialist in a specific area of need and we are therefore looking for someone with a genuine passion to help children and young people with emotional and behavioural difficulties who may also be at risk of exploitation. working alongside the registered manager, you will have responsibility for the day-to-day leadership and management of our home and any linked services, making sure the service we provide promotes and safeguards the welfare our children and young people and delivers positive outcomes for them. as a senior member of the team, you will supervise and support staff to deliver all that is needed to meet the needs of our children and young people, this will include managing complexity, risk and vulnerability. we therefore need you to know the ofsted inspection framework and children’s home quality standards that governs children’s homes and you will be able to evaluate and monitor the effectiveness of our work. in return for your expertise, commitment and experience we will support your ongoing learning and development through a culture of high support and high challenge. you will have access to a range of learning and development activities including restorative approaches, motivational interviewing, positive behaviour support and contextual safeguarding. we also support staff to obtain a level 5 diploma in leadership and management for residential care if you are appointed (if not already held). in your application, we would like to hear about: your ability to establish and maintain positive relationships with children/young people, their families and professionals involved in their care, and knowledge of the issues that affect them, including disability, trauma, attachment, and contextual safeguardingyour experience in supervising, inspiring and leading staff, enabling them to improve practice and outcomes for young peopleyour competence in effective assessment, risk management and strengths-based care planningyour knowledge of delivering statutory childcare services including at least two years’ experience relevant to the residential care of children and knowledge of the children’s homes regulations 2015 and quality standards this role also requires that you have a level 3 diploma in residential childcare or equivalent, gcses in maths and english and good it skills. please note that a full driving licence is essential for this role. additional informationthe job advert closes at 23:59 on 19th february 2023 with interviews to follow. contact details for an informal discussion please contact either rebecca hanifan by e-mail at .uk or lisa wade at .uk
Closing on 08 Mar
stevenage | £48,923
job title: team managerlocation: lister hospital starting salary: £48,923 with the opportunity to progress to a maximum of £54,145hours: 37 hours per weekcontract: permanent lister social work team integrated hospital discharge service diversity: we are an inclusive employer and value a diverse workforce job duties: an exciting opportunity has arisen in our lister social work team, the successful applicants will able to evidence sound knowledge of safeguarding practice, working with people with dementia, the personalisation agenda and individual budgets. you will keep the user and any future potential users at the centre of all activity and address user needs within the legislative framework. you will be responsibility for assessing and arranging care in a hospital setting. we are a busy team covering a large and diverse area and would welcome applications from candidates who can bring energy, creative care planning and a citizen focus. key responsibilities of the team manager post include: establishing day-to-day practice of the team, ensuring compliance to relevant policies and procedures and an effective performance management approach.managing the practice and performance of the team to ensure the timely and effective completion of discharges and reviews.to inspire, lead, manage and nurture a team of professionals (social workers, occupational therapists, and community care officers) that can operate innovatively and creatively in order to meet the needs of hertfordshire citizens.building positive relationships with key partners delivering. effective management of resources and budgets and assurance of quality.act as the lead manager in complex / high profile safeguarding and or serious concerns processes. you must be a registered social worker or occupational therapist with experience of managing people and performance. you will also have experience of leading and managing change. the successful candidate will have the ability to influence the workings of other services and you will be a skilled communicator who can work with competing demands for services. you will be comfortable with managing a team who will primarily be out of the office located in other bases who are undertaking assessments to support safe appropriate discharges to the community. to improve outcomes for service users, the integrated discharge service supports a 7 day hospital discharge service, working 8-8 weekdays and 8-6 weekends. the post will be asked to be part of the service-wide rota to provide cover on consecutive saturdays and sundays once every eight weeks and will receive days off during the weeks before and after covering weekends. there will be opportunities for you to discuss this at interview if your application is successful. applications will be considered as and when received.
Closing on 19 Feb
bristol | £30,000
what you'll be doing your responsibilities for this role but not restricted to are: delivering face to face and virtual learning including classroom training, facilitation of team led initiatives, train the train activities and integrating support materials to maximise usage/engagement including tools such as linkedin learning,build development toolkits for managers to use with their teams,to collaborate with the wider team to create materials and programmes with external providers,to facilitate team sessions to enable teams to work more effectively together (eg personality profiling),run train the trainer sessions to support colleagues/managers deliver effective,design and undertake evaluation to understand effectiveness of training and development initiatives. about you ideally, we are looking for a learning and development advisor to have experience in the following areas: design impactful learning resources (inc. digital, video, presentation)delivering face to face and virtual trainingknowledge of how to conduct personality profiling ability to manage, plan, prioritise and coordinate workloads to ensure service standards and conflicting deadlines are metability to communicate with senior managers, employees and external partners. this would suit someone who has experience of working as an l&d coordinator or l&d advisor, who is looking for the next step in their career development to include more aspects of the whole learning lifecycle including personality profiling. interview process two stage interview process. first stage will be an initial competency-based interview. if successful, this will be followed by the final stage in delivering a 20-minute training session. working schedule this role is based in our 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 of working in the office and at home. ideally, we would like you to come into the office once or twice a week. 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 yearflexible working options available, including hybrid workingpension 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)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 subsided 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 * up to 30 days depending on role level & increasing with length of service 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! 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 03 Feb
southwark | £29,429
about the role joining us as digital product officer, you will support the head of digital products in the development of new digital products, and in the maintenance and performance of the core jrf and jrht websites. you will ensure the jrf and jrht websites are kept current, in line with strategy and influencing plans and ensure that user experience is at the heart of jrf and jrht digital products and communications. about you as our digital product officer, we’d like you to have previous experience of delivering and supporting web projects and have a good understanding of digital user experience and customer journeys, as well as user-centred design approaches. you will have experience of using content management systems (cms) and core web technologies in a content managed environment and be able to maintain a healthy and secure website. we would also like you to have experience of reading, interpreting, and presenting analytics and understand search engine optimisation (seo) techniques. about us the joseph rowntree foundation (jrf) is an independent social change organisation working to solve uk poverty. the joseph rowntree housing trust (jrht) is a registered housing association and care provider in yorkshire and the north east. jrf and jrht are two important influencing organisations with an ambitious agenda for inspiring positive change in the uk in line with our vision of a prosperous and poverty free uk. how to apply closing date for applications is additional information at jrf / jrht we’re at our best when we’re continually building on trust, showing we care and making a difference - and hope others will do the same. so as life returns to normal, and for those roles which allow it, we’re developing a more blended approach to how and where you work. which means you can expect to work flexibly between the office and home. our commitment to equality, diversity and inclusion at jrf/jrht we believe in giving everyone an equal chance to succeed. applications are welcome from all regardless of age, disability, marriage or civil partnership, pregnancy or maternity, religion or belief, race, sex, sexual orientation, trans status or social economic background. we positively encourage applications from people with experience of living in poverty. we are a disability confident employer. this means that we are committed to the recruitment, progression and retention of disabled individuals. we shall also offer interviews to disabled candidates who meet the minimum criteria for the job. if you have a disability, please tell us if you would like to be considered for an interview under the disability confident scheme. joseph rowntree reserve the right to bring the closing date forward should enough quality applications be received prior to the current closing date.
Closing on 02 Mar