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  • Senior HR Systems Analyst London

    London,

    Job Description: Senior HR Systems Analyst. We are looking for a Senior HR Systems Analyst to join our HR systems team. The jobholder will take lead alongside fellow Senior HR Systems Analysts to ensure delivery of an efficient HR Systems function. This will include maintenance and support of existing systems, management of system security as well as support in the development and implementation of the new HR system- SuccessFactors and Expenses System Concur. The role will be to work closely with the HR Systems Manager and provide general support and guidance on the use of all HR systems. You will. Manage a small team of System Analysts. Take ownership for the operational performance of the HR systems function including application testing, development, support and day to day maintenance including the integrity of HR data fed to secondary systems. Configure business processes on the system. Take responsibility for the HR User system security and data protection. Review all existing database systems and take action to consolidate and decommission where possible. Ensure correct running of all scheduled systems. Assist with the development of new systems in line with business requirements. Identify key areas of development on the system, as well as implementing any new modules and upgrades. Develop system reports. Oversee the day to day running of Dixons and CPW legacy HR Systems. You will need. Significant experience in maintaining HR systems including payroll. Strong experience of working with an HR system from one of the leading suppliers – Oracle, SAP, Peoplesoft etc. Strong analytical focus. Experience in designing test plans and managing end to end testing activities. The ability to effectively organise workloads and think creatively when solving problems. Experience working with payroll data and HR systems, preferably SAP SuccessFactors. To be familiar with database structures. Dixons Carphone is Europe's number one electrical and telecommunications retailer and services company, with more than 40,000 colleagues across nine countries, including the UK and Ireland. Every day, we use our people's expertise to reach out and help new customers. What's more - we're exploring extraordinary new markets, from wellness to security, so that in an ever more connected and constantly changing world, we can offer our customers the most comprehensive service. It's an exciting time to join us and find yourself a place in our growing success story, apply …

    February 23, 2019 06:16:51

  • Assistant Category Manager 1 (Travel Computing) London

    London,

    Job Description: DESCRIPTION. The Assistant Category Manager position for Computing in Dixons Travel is a dynamic and exciting role with plenty of opportunity to create a develop new initiatives and ideas as well as assisting the Category Manager in the Category strategy and building a strong range of both Hardware and Accessories. The Assistant Category Manager should be enthusiastic and keen to learn and have an interest in all of the latest technology in the Computing Category. You must have good excel skills and attention to detail, be organised and able to prioritise your workload in what is a very fast-paced environment and have strong communication skills as you will be required to build relationships with both internal stakeholders at all levels across the business and external suppliers. As an assistant category manager on the computing category you will be working with big brands such as Apple, Microsoft, HP, Samsung and Amazon on a daily basis building ranges, promotions and key strategic growth plans alongside your category manager. This market continues to change shape at pace, so the role will offer the candidate an opportunity to demonstrate speed of thought and dynamism in addressing the ever moving needs of our customers. You Will. Compile previous range analysis of market, customer, competitor and financial performance to generate strategy. Work with the category manager to source, setup and market new products and ranges. Work with the Merchandising team to develop and deliver a comprehensive Merchandise area strategy that meets our customer needs and identifies opportunities and risks. Provide support to the Category Manager to analyse market share and competitor information and present competitor packs highlighting key issues with conclusions and recommended actions. Build good supplier relationships by being a key contact for day to day supplier related issues to support the Category Manager. Provide support to the Category Manager to compile and update category promotional plans and ascertain with Stock Planner what stock is required to support these plans. You will need. Experience working within a FMCG/Fashion or Hard Goods fast paced retailer. Strong Microsoft Excel skills. To be organised and be able to prioritise workload to deliver tasks in a timely manner. A pro-active approach. An eye for detail and accuracy in your work. Able to communicate with key stakeholders at all levels. Proven track record of delivering first class results in teamwork. Eager to learn and develop a varied skill set. Dixons Carphone is Europe's number one electrical and telecommunications retailer and services company, with more than 40,000 colleagues across nine countries, including the UK and Ireland. Every day, we use our people's expertise to reach out and help new customers. What's more - we're exploring extraordinary new markets, from wellness to security, so that in an ever more connected and constantly changing world, we can offer our customers the most comprehensive service. It's an exciting time to join us and find yourself a place in our growing success story, apply …

    February 23, 2019 06:14:10

  • Personal Assistant (Finance) London

    London,

    Job Description: DESCRIPTION. xxWest Londonxx. The Personal Assistant is a business support role, providing support to 3-4 Finance Directors. The PA will support the department's effectiveness by ensuring there is a high level of administrative support to the team and its clients. It will be accountable for a broad range of activities from basic administrative tasks, problem solving and query handling, to actively contributing to projects within the team. The role provides comprehensive administrative support including team diary support, travel booking, processing expenses, purchase orders, general operational support and effective co-ordination of activities. You will. Effectively provide professional administration support to the Directors/Department as necessary. Establish, maintain and develop as appropriate efficient office and administration systems and processes, to ensure the smooth and effective running of the office at all times. Responsible for diary support, organising internal/external meetings and events, booking travel, hotels and couriers. Booking meeting rooms/venues, organising catering and AV support. Inform reception of external visitors, arrange parking, and greet upon arrival to offices. Assist with the production and co-ordination of reports and presentations. Maintain and upload content to the department's intranet and Workplace. Manage JML processes; new starter inductions and onboarding/offboarding. Ensure myHub records are up to date and track team absences and annual leave requests. Report IT/facilities issues in a timely manner, follow through to resolution. Responsible for purchasing office supplies and sundry items required by the team and processing any invoices/expenses using the relevant systems e.g. Ariba, Concur. Create and maintain any filing and database systems, carrying out regular reviews to ensure the accuracy and efficiency of these. Proactively identify where additional support can be given to the directors in the team. Provide cover and ad-hoc support to department Executive Assistant/ other department PAs as required. You will need. Excellent organisational skills with attention to detail and a high degree of accuracy. Administrative experience, ability to multi-task, working without supervision, ability to prioritise and balance conflicting demands, using own initiative to resolve problems and managing own workload within agreed deadlines. Excellent customer service and interpersonal skills for effective communication. Reliable and enthusiastic with proven ability to work in a team environment. Understands and demonstrates behaviour in line with corporate values. Highly competent in use of MS Office skills, particularly PowerPoint, Word and Excel. Dixons Carphone is Europe's number one electrical and telecommunications retailer and services company, with more than 40,000 colleagues across nine countries, including the UK and Ireland. Every day, we use our people's expertise to reach out and help new customers. What's more - we're exploring extraordinary new markets, from wellness to security, so that in an ever more connected and constantly changing world, we can offer our customers the most comprehensive service. It's an exciting time to join us and find yourself a place in our growing success story, apply …

    February 23, 2019 06:13:49

  • SecDevOps Engineer London

    London,

    Job Description: SecDevOps Engineer. The ever-changing retail market with omnichannel capabilities driven by evolving technologies and interactive customer-focused applications is an attractive target for attackers. In response, we are expanding our Digital Defence Centre (InfoSec)andlooking for a SecDevOps Engineer to workwith project and operational teams to ensure security is implemented in projects and embedded in operations. Responsibilities. Support security and risk management reporting and risk related actions and follow up. Review design and architectural design documentation and data flow diagrams and provide security requirements and input. Support IT and Business transformation projects by ensuring they are risk-assessed and controls and security requirements are met through the transformation lifecycle, including compliance requirements such as ISO 27001 and PCI-DSS. Scope, arrange and support security testing, including penetration testing. Develop information security processes and procedures alongside business and IT stakeholders and its embedding. Attend business governance meetings as required representing the Information Security team. Skills & Experience. Essential. 5+ years' experience in Cloud Computing (AWS, GCP or Azure) with knowledge of Kubernetes, Openshift, Cloud Foundry, and/or configuration management. Comfortable with a mix of Windows and Linux systems. DevOps / SRE mentality and experience with the working practices. Worked with CI & CD toolsets such as Jenkins, gitlab-ci, drone or concourse-ci. Experience in Security Governance and Security Assurance. Excellent analytical skills and ability to solve complex problems. Excellent communication skills and the ability to clearly and concisely articulate information security risks to business and technical teams. Ability to influence security good practice behaviours within large teams. Desired. Bachelors or master's degree in computer science, information technology, information security or a related field. Intermediate Software Engineer preferably with experience in of one of the following PHP, NodeJS, Java or Bash. ISF SOGP, PCI-DSS and Data Protection; and. Previously worked within a large, multinational retail organization, preferably within digital transformations. Dixons Carphone is Europe's number one electrical and telecommunications retailer and services company, with more than 40,000 colleagues across nine countries, including the UK and Ireland. Every day, we use our people's expertise to reach out and help new customers. What's more - we're exploring extraordinary new markets, from wellness to security, so that in an ever more connected and constantly changing world, we can offer our customers the most comprehensive service. It's an exciting time to join us and find yourself a place in our growing success story, apply …

    February 23, 2019 06:13:37

  • Business Development Manager (Covering Croydon, Sutton and some of Ken London

    London,

    Job Description: Business Development Manager - Competitive salary, a reward and bonus recognition scheme paid on a quarterly basis with the opportunity to DOUBLE your salary, company car, discounted products and services, brilliant reward and recognition scheme, excellent career development and much more. From watermelons in Warrington to afternoon tea in a care home, from canapés in Coventry to whole lobster at a Michelin starred restaurant, we deliver over 1.5 million items to our customers each and every day. Your local pub, your favourite restaurant, your children's schools all have one thing in common - Brakes UK. We're growing and we're always on the lookout for people who share our big appetite for success. Area to cover: Bromley, Croydon, Sutton and some o f Kent, this is an exciting area to develop, with some great opportunities. As a Brakes Business Development Manager, you'll be on the hunt for new business - taking every opportunity to sell and showcase our products. We're unashamedly proud of what we offer - We care about where our food comes from, which is why we offer complete traceability on all our products. Not to mention our commitment to responsible sourcing - from Red Tractor accredited meat, poultry and fruit and veg to MSC certified fish and seafood, every product in our extensive range has been developed by our very own food development chefs or chosen with chefs and their customers in mind, making sure we deliver quality and taste with every bite. You'll be dealing with the key decision makers - whether that be a head chef, manager, buyer or owner. You will also have autonomy over which businesses to target and the power to negotiate within the margins that you have - it's your Area, you decide. You. You'll be a natural go-getter with a real passion and drive to deliver results, relentless in seeking out every opportunity to identify and capitalise on customers' requirements. Above all you will be on a mission to deliver the best solution and best experience to your customers. And of course, you'll be proud to live and breathe our values. Caring passionately for our customers. Doing the right thing. Working together as one team. Being the best we can be. Us. Here at Brakes UK, we have a simple mission - to help businesses who serve food to thrive. And as we have been serving chefs across the food industry for nearly 60 years, with a business built on quality, reliability, innovation and trust, it's no surprise that we know what we're doing. And with a culture where everyone works together as one team to be the best we can be, with a real focus on our brilliant people, there is no doubt that we have the right ingredients to make your career a successful one. If you're looking for development we can help you achieve your aspirations. We have clear career paths and learning programmes which will support you at every step of the way. We also have a whole range of Apprenticeships and a Graduate Programme so there really is something for you at every level of your career whether you are just starting out or are a seasoned professional. And being part of Sysco - the Global leader in selling, marketing and distributing food products; the opportunities really are endless. If this isn't enough, we offer a whole realm of fantastic benefits and incentives including. Discounts on products and services. Clear career pathways and development. Excellent rewards and recognition schemes. Pension plan. Additional holiday purchase. FEED YOUR AMBITION. DELIVER YOUR …

    February 23, 2019 04:00:22

  • Complaints Administrator London

    London,£22330 to £ 26390 per annum

    Job Description: Complaints Administrator - Quality Assurance - Full-Time - Wimbledon, South West London. At an exciting time of development for the company, our Quality Assurance Department is looking for an enthusiastic and motivated Administrator to work on customer complaints received on our products. You will work with suppliers to investigate the complaints and respond to customers in a timely and professional manner to ensure complete customer satisfaction. All of our complaints come through via email and letter so if you are customer focused, have an excellent level of written English and high attention to detail, this could be the perfect opportunity for you. What will you do. Responding to customer complaints received by email and letter. Investigating customer complaints and ensuring follow up with suppliers. Ensuring suppliers provide adequate responses and implement corrective action plans. Managing the complaint priority. Liaising with our central Customer Services team in Scotland and other internal departments. Liaising with other Lidl countries. Participating in daily complaint meetings. Ad hoc Quality Assurance tasks. Investigating complaints with suppliers. What will you need. Excellent level of written English. Excellent people skills and highly professional attitude. Analytically minded with a keen eye for detail. Organised with good time management skills. A confident PC user with intermediate Word and Excel skills. A strong multi-tasker with excellent organisational skills and the ability to prioritise conflicting deadlines. A team player who also works well independently. Dynamic, flexible and hard-working. What do we offer. £22,330 - £26,390 per annum (subject to experience. An additional 10% of your annual salary as a non-contractual London Weighting benefit. 30 days holiday per annum (pro rata, including Bank Holidays. A contributory pension scheme. 10% discount on all Lidl products, in all stores throughout the UK. London Allowance. Access to corporate discounts on a range of products and services (including holidays, home and garden products, leisure activities and more. Initial training and on-going development from an experienced team member. Brilliant opportunities to take on more responsibility and long term career …

    February 23, 2019 02:03:49

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