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SECURITY GUARD SUPERVISOR HIGH WYCOMBE

Our client who is a fore runner in providing exceptional Security services to the Medical Industry is looking due to rapid expansion, to recruit a number of SIA Security Guards and Supervisors to work in a Healthcare facility.

The role of all our Security Staff is a varied and essential one, giving visitors , staff and patients peace of mind that their safety is our number one priority. Your role will be to patrol the grounds and buildings, engaging with all personnel to ensure the smooth running and operation of the facility.

* You will need to be Friendly, engaging and approachable to all people. 
* Happy and proud to wear our uniform.
* Mature in your approach to deal with any situations in a calm and friendly manner.


Hours of work are 3 days 7am to 7pm then 3 nights 7pm to 7am then 3 days off (9 day rotation)

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SALES TUTOR Birmingham 30k Salary

Our client is a Training company based in the City centre of Birmingham and has been delivering training and apprenticeships throughout the region for over 20 years, leading the way in their field. They are now looking to expand their team and are recruiting a Sales Tutor to help deliver training, mentoring and support to approximately 40 learners, assessing them against sales standards at level 3 & 4, getting them to end point assessment.

Role & Responsibilities

To train, teach, mentor, coach, guide, support, assess and review the skills and knowledge development of a caseload of learners on apprenticeships and adult programmes delivered in the workplace, achieving the organisation’s vision.
Plan the programme and visits with learners and employers to deliver an individual programme of training to ensure the learner develops the skills, knowledge and behaviours to succeed in their programme.
Monitor and take action to enable learners to make good progress towards milestones to successfully achieve their apprenticeship or programme within the planned duration.
Maintain monthly contact with learners through visits or technology and conduct reviews at 8-10 weeks with the employer and apprentices that focus on progress, skills and knowledge development.
Comply with ESFA and other organisation requirements to support evidence of attendance and demonstrate learning has taken place.
Provide robust written developmental feedback to apprentices and learners to facilitate progress.
Ensure the completion of “off the job” training in the apprenticeship meets guidelines and take actions to address where required
Skills & Experience

Hold Level 2 maths and English qualifications.
Relevant sector and/or industry experience of at least 3 years.
Excellent understanding of Ofsted requirements and the current apprenticeship and adult provision.
In-depth knowledge and experience of delivery programmes.
Current expertise in curriculum development.
Understanding of Awarding organisation and End Point Assessment Organisation requirements.
Assessor Qualified, CAVA, A1, TAQA or D32, D33- PTLLS or similar a Teaching Qualification would be desirable.
Management Qualification would be highly desirable.
Experience with e-portfolio (specifically One File) is advantageous but not essential.
Experienced with assessing apprenticeship learners up to Level 4 in Sales apprenticeships.
Flexibility to travel and manage your own diary is essential.
This role is availalbe for immediate start

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ASSESSOR Manufacturing Birmingham 30k salary

Our client is a national work-based training provider, established in 1995, that delivers Apprenticeships and programmes funded through the Adult Education Budget.

In this role you will be assessing the Level 2 Lean Manufacturing Operative standard and prepare learners for their end point assessment.

Key Responsibilities: ·

Maintain a caseload of apprentices and ensure that their training needs are met and assessed to meet the requirements of the appropriate funding body, awarding body and company
Manage a caseload of learners ensuring a timely completion of their qualification ·
Participate in the planning, development and implementation of the provision ·
Ensure all learners are visited regularly as per agreed Individual Learning Plan and where necessary additional visits are carried out to support any additional needs ·
Monitor learner's progression ensuring they progress each month and ensure assessment for each element of the apprenticeship is completed enabling learners to meet achievement targets for all parts of their programme on time.
Maintain learner records accurately both hard copy and electronically and ensure all evidence for all visits are readily available and accessible for audit and quality purposes. ·
Undertake initial assessment and induction with new learners. ·
Undertake assessments and reviews
Implement any improvements identified as a result of performance reviews and internal quality assurance sampling.
Complete all required documentation accurately and within agreed timescales ·
Provide information and advice and guidance within apprentices learning programme ·
Prepare, adapt, organise and maintain learning resources and/or equipment. ·
To support apprentices in achieving their apprenticeship framework through: conducting work-based observations and assessments ensuring portfolio standards and requirements achieved adapting / developing learning materials as required encourage and monitor the use of the online platform for maths and English recording and providing feedback to apprentices on their progress assisting apprentices to build up a portfolio of evidence for end point assessment ·
Attend internal and external meetings as required ·
Liaise with Awarding Bodies, IQA, EQA and Quality Manager. ·
To maintain records to track learner achievement and performance on all aspects of frameworks ·
To contribute to the review and evaluation of curriculum programmes, self-assessment and the implementation of effective quality improvement plans ·
To participate in and be part of teaching and learning observation process ·
Participate in any training/CPD appropriate for the role, which may require attending internal or external courses. ·
To act at all times in accordance with the clients training's policies, in particular Health & Safety, Equality and Diversity and Safeguarding.
To promote the highest standards of practice and ensure the effective implementation of these policies within the area of responsibility. ·
To be responsible for promoting and safeguarding the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults you are responsible for or come into contact with.
Skills & Abilities

Lean manufacturing techniques
Ability to plan and manage own workload
Ability to use a variety of assessment methods in order to ensure effective differentiated learning
Strong communication skills, oral and written
Good administration and organisational skills
Ability to work with multimedia and new technology in a learning environment
Ability to respond positively and sympathetically to learners and provide appropriate support.
Ability to work as part of a team
Experience

Experience of successful employer engagement within a college / training provider setting
Minimum 3 years manufacturing experience
Experience of assessing apprenticeships
Experience of improving learner success
Experience of working with Awarding Bodies
Qualifications and Training

L3 Teaching qualification / CTLLS or equivalent
Level 2 or above in Math's and English
V1/TAQA award
A broad portfolio of professional and personal development
Other Requirements

Able to obtain a satisfactory DBS clearance
Holder of a valid driving license or equivalent
Be prepared to travel across the region (some national travel may be required)
Flexibility and readiness to adapt to changing circumstances and work to meet changing requirements and new ideas

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CHIEF EXECUTIVE HOMELESS CHARITY LUTON

Chief Executive

Salary: Competitive 

We are a Luton-based charity working across Bedfordshire, with over 30 years’ experience of supporting those in the community who are among the most disadvantaged, are facing a severe crisis and have nowhere else to turn. We provide a practical, empowering, caring and, at times, life-saving service to rough sleepers, those who are marginalised and socially excluded, or people who have fallen into extreme poverty. We are passionately committed to finding better and more effective ways of addressing need. 

This is an excellent opportunity for an exceptional leader who is driven by values and commitment to serve those among society’s most vulnerable people. You will have experience in a senior position together with the ability to translate Catholic Social Teaching into practical and effective action. 

The successful candidate will be at the heart of drawing up and implementing our strategy, working with the trusteees and the senior management team in delivering the objectives within a business plan. 

If you believe in the fundamental dignity and worth of every individual and have a resolve to work with those who are among the most in need to improve their life quality and opportunities, have had significant leadership experience, can demonstrate a record of successful management and be an advocate for the people our charity organisation supports, then we would definitely like to hear from you. 

To succeed in this role you will clearly identify with our founding ethos, our vision and our values and have an understanding of the Catholic world. You will be a facilitative and supportive leader who can inspire your team, colleagues, supporters and stakeholders. Your interpersonal and communication skills will be exceptional. 

If you are that person, you can make a difference! 

For an application pack and how to apply, please visit

www.noahenterprise.org/vacancies 

Closing date for applications is 31st October 2019

First round interviews planned for 19th November 2019

Second round interviews planned for 3rd December 2019

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FOOTBALL SAFETY STEWARD

We have a fantastic Opportunity for Stewards interested in regular weekend work at football stadiums in Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire, where you will be part of a team delivering a fantastic experience to all our visitors.

The role of a Steward is a varied and essential one giving visitors to our stadium’s peace of mind that their safety is our No1 priority. You will also –

·       Direct visitors as to where they need to go

·       Check tickets on entry

·       Respond to visitor enquiries

·       Manage car parking at the locations

 

You will need to be

 

·       friendly, approachable and engaging with all our visitors

·       Happy to wear our uniform with pride

·       Mature and handle situations calmly

·       Reliable and turn up for all shifts that you commit to

·       18+ as we cannot employ anyone under the age of 18 years

·       A driving licence and own transport would be an advantage but is not essential

 

In return we offer

·       A competitive hourly rate

·       The opportunity to gain your NVQ level 2 in Spectator Safety

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REGIONAL MANAGER LONDON AND SOUTH

This is a great opportunity to join an established Midlands based business that can offer excellent career progression and development prospects. They are looking to strengthen their existing team by the addition of an experienced Regional / Area Manager, to continue to manage their growing territory in London and its surrounding areas. The responsibilities of this person will be to manage the operation of all works commercially and working alongside 2 project managers for the region to deliver all works.

Our client is a leading supplier and installer of carpets, carpet tiles, luxury vinyl and safety flooring in a range of commercial and residential environments nationwide.

Essential requirements:

Previous experience in the Commercial Flooring Industry at management level with a demonstrated understanding of requirements of role.
Knowledge of all aspects of the job from estimating to final accounting procedure.
Experience of trade flooring installations.
Understanding of sub floor preparation.
Expertise in liaising with and instructing labour
Understanding of electronic drawings
Good organiser and time management ability
Focus on project management and delivery of projects on time, on budget and to a high standard.
Excellent communication & negotiation skills (verbal and written), with team, suppliers, site supervisors and clients. Personable.
Strong IT skills
Strong commitment to the role and delivering on objectives/deadlines
Positive attitude and friendly outlook
Able to work under pressure, prioritising to meet deadlines, juggling busy workload

Salary is £60,000 OTE with the addition benefits of Pension and Company car

To apply please click through the website or send your CV to debby@total-spectrum.com

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DIVISIONAL SALES MANAGER MIDLANDS

This position is a fantastic opportunity to join a recognised well established flooring company based in the Midlands with the opportunity to establish and grow Ceramic tiles as a new product division / offering. You will be selling some of the best Ceramic products in the industry. The successful candidate will be generating mostly new business with Contractors, Developers and Fit-Out Businesses so they will need to be resilient in their approach.

Company
My Client , a family run business for over 30 years has a strong reputation for quality and service. They are a leading UK supplier and installer of high quality, competitively priced flooring solutions. They have seen exciting growth over the last few years and have an extensive customer base within the UK, this is a truly exciting time to join a forward thinking and ever growing business.

Person
I am looking for a hungry, money-motivated and driven sales person from within the Ceramic Tiles sectors. The successful candidate must be resilient and understand that this is a new business role and will have the ability to build instant rapport with new customers. Experience of selling into Education, Retail, Leisure & Hospitality and Healthcare sector would be an advantage. If you have the attributes listed above and are looking to progress your career then this is the opportunity for you.

Job Types: Full-time, Permanent

Salary: £40,000.00 to £45,000.00 /year

 

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OPERATIONS MANAGER CHARITY SECTOR

Are you a successful operations manager looking to work in the charity sector?

A fantastic new opportunity has become available to work as Operations Manager for our client, a charity dedicated to helping women who are victims of domestic abuse and female offenders in need of resettlement.

About the role:

As Operations Manager your key focus will be to oversee the operational management of the Domestic Abuse Service, Community Re-intergration Project and Refuge Services. Responsibilities include:

Supervising and supporting all staff to ensure delivery of high quality and responsive services through effective leadership and performance management.
Preparing activity reports for the Board of Directors and CEO
Quality assurance and Operational compliance in line with our client’s policies and procedures,
Financial recording and reporting on budget management, fee income, occupancy and wage costs.
Supporting the CEO in the development and delivery of the charity strategy.
Connect with statutory and third sector agencies.
To manage the refuge accommodation
Engage with partners to source referrals and develop partnerships.
Ensure all contractual obligations and management agreement standards are met.
About you:

The ideal person for this role will have and be able to demonstrate via application and interview:-

Management experience in the Social Care Voluntary Sector
Be at least qualified up to level 4 NVQ or hold a degree/diploma in Management.
Managing and improving staff performance
Operating with an external audience, engaging and influencing a variety of stakeholders and ensuring smooth referral pathways.
Budget management.
Proficient in Microsoft applications and CRM
Strong interpersonal and relationship building skills
Understanding of quality assurance, safeguarding and risk management.
Excellent teambuilding, communication skills and resilience.
Job Type: Contract

Salary: £26,000.00 /year

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ENGINEERING RECRUITER

Based in West Bromwich

You would be working for a very successful large independent Recruitment business 

Salary 25k basic plus exceptional bonus scheme

If you are an experienced Perm recruiter in Engineering and are looking for a new challenge then please contact me.

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IT RECRUITER

Based in Birmingham City Centre

You would be working for a very successful independent Recruitment business (4m turnover in 2018)

Salary negotiable depending on experience

If you are an experienced Perm recruiter in the IT arena and are looking for a new challenge then please contact me.

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Head of Private Client Department Solihull

The role will involve managing a busy and growing department handling predominantly Probate and Court of Protection work. The role involves managing a team of support staff, further developing and growing the department and being responsible to the management team for the performance of the department and its various targets. 

 The role would ideally suit a senior Assistant or Associate Solicitor who is ready to progress their career and take on the additional responsibilities of running a busy department. A minimum of 3 years PQE or equivalent experience is envisaged. The successful candidate is likely to be a Solicitor, Legal Executive or STEP qualified. 

Salary and benefits negotiable dependent upon experience. Flexible working and adjustable working hours are a possibility. Promotion opportunities and career progression in the future apply.

Salary £35,000 to £40,000 per annum 

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GRILL CHEF ROAMING

If you love cooking great food and are looking for your next chef job then this could be just the right move for you! As a Chef with us you will be a valued part of a tight-knit team that loves the buzz of working under pressure in a well-known and much loved business.

What we look for in our Chefs:

Passion and a great love of food

Great eye for detail

Enjoys and wants to be an active member of a team

Excellent verbal communication

The Role:

Prepare, cook and present amazing food

Take pride in maintaining high standards of cleanliness and safety

Being a valued member of the wider team to ensure the best guest experience

Be able to drive as we have a number of locations across Northants, Beds and Bucks

This role is permanent full time paying between £10.00 & £12.00 per hour depending on experience

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