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  • Group Health, Safety, Environment and Fire Manager

    £55000 per annum

    Job Description: Principal People have been exclusively retained by GreenSquare Group to find a talented health, safety and compliance professional who is keen to make a difference. They are a major provider of housing, care and commercial services delivered through its 12,000 owned and managed properties across Wiltshire, Oxfordshire and Gloucestershire. GreenSquare Group was founded in 2008 but parts of the group date back to 1866, driven by the mission to tackle the poor state of housing conditions to those in need. They have stuck close to this original mission and have developed an innovative approach to help change the lives of its residents and those who benefit from the support of the group. The group is built up of six separate business area's - GreenSquare Community Housing is to support those in need and deliver care within the community, GreenSquare Estates offer estates and grounds management services across the region, GreenSquare Construction develop properties and through GreenSquare Energy acts as a dedicated maintenance team also known as a 'DLO'. This role follows a review of how the organisation manage health, safety and property compliance following Ruth Cooke's appointment as CEO. The role will play a lead in the Group to develop a positive safety culture, develop a team and create a robust method of managing property compliance with the foresight to innovate in line with the review of building safety in light of the current reform driven by Dame Judith Hackitt's report 'Building a Safety Future'. This role will be supported by a dedicated health and safety team working alongside an asset management and compliance team. The organisation has recently reviewed its executive structure and it is currently one of the groups top priorities to create a robust safety function that is fit for purpose and can be an example in the region of safety excellence. Key responsibilities of this equally strategic and operational role include. Leading the development and implementation of the Health & Safety strategy to promote not only safe workplace's but safe communities and homes. Creating strategic plans for the future of GreenSquares Health and Safety procedures and policies in relation to their company values. Developing and implementing processes to achieve a robust property compliance function with emphasis of electrical safety, Gas Safety, Fire Safety, Asbestos Management, Water Hygiene (legionella) and Lift's. Working alongside the Head of Risk and Assurance to drive a positive safety culture within the organisation and map out a journey to take the association forward. Rigorously reviewing the performance of Health and Safety throughout GreenSquares portfolio. The successful Group Safety, Health, Environment and Fire Manager will possess. A track record of delivering improved Health and Safety performance at senior management level, within a housing or property related background. A NEBOSH Diploma (or equivalent qualification and/or experience working at a similar level. Experience of managing a range of stakeholder relationships, establishing shared goals in pursuing tangible delivery of agreed objectives. A strong drive and hunger to make a real difference and completely redesign the way safety is managed. The ability to inspire, motivate and direct a diverse and professional workforce to achieve a high quality, value driven team. With direct links to major stakeholders and the ability to make an impact from day one, this is a unique position and an incredible career opportunity. If you are interested in discussing this further, please apply today. If you would like to discuss further, please contact our retained Recruitment Partners - Principal People and speak to Reece Rowden (phone number removed) or Aleks Smolski (phone number removed) for an informal and confidential …

    June 25, 2019 09:56:47

  • Membership Recruitment Manager South West England

    South West England,£22073 to £ 23912 per annum

    Job Description: Are you passionate about protecting wildlife and saving nature. Could you inspire that passion in others, helping to raise vital funds to support the work of the RSPB. Would you like to work on one of the RSPB's most beautiful and wildlife rich nature reserves. If so, the RSPB has the perfect opportunity for you. Membership Recruitment Manager. Location: Arne, Dorset. Salary starting at: £22,073 to £23,912 per annum. Hours: Full time. Contract: Permanent. We are looking for someone to lead our visitor welcome and membership recruitment at the RSPB Arne nature reserve. RSPB Arne is a stunningly beautiful place which is home to an amazing range of habitats and species, from the rare lowland heathland offering homes for reptiles and rare insects to the vast mudflats of Poole harbour which support thousands of visiting waders and ducks in winter. RSPB Arne is a flagship reserve and offers a huge opportunity to engage people and gain their vital support which is much needed to continue and grow our conservation work. This really in an opportunity for an individual to make a big impact on nature conservation. You'll have experience of providing excellent customer service and leadership in a target driven environment. In this role you'd be leading a wonderful team of membership recruiters and volunteers who welcome our visitors and inspire then to support the work of the RSPB. You'll be working closely with the rest of the team to put membership at the heart of our work at RSPB Arne. The RSPB is the UK's largest conservation organisation, with over 200 nature reserves giving a home to thousands of species across the whole of the UK. By creating and protecting some of the country's rarest habitats we are ensuring the future for some of our most threatened wildlife. Excellent people are the key to the RSPB achieving its vision, mission and purpose. Help us to give Nature a Home and make a real difference to the world around us. Closing date: 23 July 2019. Interview date: 31 July 2019. TO APPLY AND FOR MORE INFORMATION. If you would like to find out more about this position and to apply, please click the Apply button. You will be directed to our website, where you can download the role profile and application details. Our job information pack and accompanying role profile on our website tell you all about the key result areas and the skills and experience needed for the role. This role is covered by the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act. You will be asked to declare unspent convictions and cautions at offer of employment stage. No agencies …

    June 25, 2019 09:54:21

  • TUPE Specialist London

    London,£45000 to £ 50000 per annum

    Job Description: TUPE Specialist - 3 month FTC. Are you looking to step into a role with a company who makes a real difference to young people's lives. Working alongside the senior HR team you will support them through a transformation project working on the full TUPE cycle. You will manage the consultation process, and assist in implementing relevant processes. This is a great role for someone who has focused very closely on TUPE either in a consultant or specialist role. If you'd like to hear more, please give me a call or apply today. Location: Waterloo, London (closest tube stations Waterloo, Lambeth, Embankment and Southwark. Salary: £45k - £50k. Benefits: 25 days annual leave plus bank holidays, pension, health plan & season ticket travel card loan (benefits pro rata to salary. Contract: 3- 4 month FTC. Start date: ASAP – 1 week or less. You may have had experience or an interest in the follow: HR Consultant, Tupe Specialist, HR Advisor, Tupe, HR Team Leader, Tupe Consultant, Change Management, etc. This vacancy is being advertised by EasyWeb Agency, the services advertised by EasyWeb Agency are those of an employment agency. No terminology in this advert is intended to discriminate on the grounds of gender, race, disability, age, sexual orientation, religion, or belief, and we confirm that we will gladly accept all …

    June 25, 2019 09:47:52

  • Fundraising Officer

    £25000 per annum

    Job Description: Fundraising Officer. Tetbury. Up to £25,000. We are recruiting a Fundraising Officer for a national cancer charity. Working from the Gloucestershire Head Office you will be focused on community and corporate fundraising and will be working with volunteers and event organisers across the South West. The role will involve travelling throughout the region to develop partnerships and cultivate corporate relationships. You will need excellent interpersonal, organisational and communication skills as well as some experience in a similar role. Key duties your work will include: Community and Corporate Fundraising - Cultivate relationships with volunteers, individual supporters, partnerships and event organisers. Be in touch with Lucy Dowie for more information – (phone number removed. GB Commerce is your specialist in Commerce recruitment. We hire across a vast range of roles including Procurement, Supply Chain, Contracts, Compliance, Property and more. Based off the M5 between Cheltenham and Gloucester, we manage commerce jobs in Gloucestershire and the Southwest including Bristol, Swindon, Cirencester, Oxford, Reading, Birmingham and South Wales. Specialists in permanent recruitment, we also provide temporary, interim and fixed term solutions. We are committed to working to the highest possible standards for our candidates and …

    June 25, 2019 09:38:34

  • Payroll Team Leader East Of England

    East Of England,£25000 to £ 30000 per annum

    Job Description: Payroll Team Leader. Location: Grantham. Contract: Permanent. Hours: 39 hours per week. Salary: up to £30,000. Information: We operate flexi time and flexible working. Thera Trust. Thera trust is the parent company of Thera Group; a charitable group of companies that supports people with a learning disability. Our unique leadership and structure includes people with a learning disability. Through this we can demonstrate that people with a learning disability can be leaders in society but we can't do this without you! Thera Trust is now looking for an experienced Payroll Team Leader to join our Payroll team based in Grantham. About The Role. The Payroll Team Leader will work alongside the Payroll Manager within our busy central services team, providing in-house pay support to our 15 subsidaries and their staff teams. They will help to ensure the smooth running of the payroll department and will oversee the end to end payroll process ensuring a high level of accuracy whilst maintaining a supportive approach to our workforce. The Payroll Team Leader will also be responsible for quality checking task completion monitoring, investigating any discrepancies whilst maintaining excellent customer service and be an advocate for continuous improvement. A suitable applicant will also need to act as a mentor and trainer to members of their team. Your Skills and Experience. Must have experience working within a Payroll team – shared service centre experience is desirable. Can sucesfully multitask, whilst working with pace and professionalism. Able to influence and motivate others to achieve. Leadership or management experience. Payroll qualification – CIPP or equivalent is desirable. Experience of TUPE and multiple sector pensions is desirable. Have excellent written and verbal communication skills. Be able to interpret complex written and numerical information and summarise in a way that is easily accessible. What are the Benefits. 25 days holiday + 8 days bank holiday. Contributory workplace pension, with option of enhanced pension offering. Cycle to work scheme. Health Cash Plan scheme. Employee support line to support you and your family. Support in gaining professional qualifications. Continuous on the job training is provided. We reserve the right to close this advert before the closing deadline if we interview and offer the right …

    June 25, 2019 09:20:52

  • Residential Support Worker Seaford Term Time Only South East England

    South East England,

    Job Description: Residential Support Worker - Seaford. Are you looking for a new direction? Thinking of a career in care? Do you have any experience of working with children and young adults with learning disabilities. If so, we are seeking enthusiastic individuals who are positive about learning disabilities to join our team. St John's is a specialist school and college offering high quality education and care for young people aged 7-25 with a wide range of special educational needs. We recognise that our teams work in a challenging but highly rewarding environment and, in addition to the colleagues being tremendously supportive of each other; we seek to support them through the provision of occupational health services, health benefits, regular wellbeing events and a confidential counselling service. We also regularly organise quiz nights, parties and team building/fun events. We are passionate about the continuous development of our colleagues and have a robust performance review and development programme in place. We will work with you to help you be the best that you can be. We offer both internal and external development opportunities to support you to progress your career. Title: Residential Support Worker Hours 40 hours per week - 38 weeks per year including weekends and bank holidays. You must be prepared to work shifts and weekends. Salary: £14,445 plus Care market rate supplement of £1,650 = £16,095 pro rata of 0.9041 = actual starting salary £14,991. Base: St. John's School, Seaford. The Care Worker shall be responsible for the following. Promote the rights of residents to be treated with dignity and respect in every aspect of their lives. Respect the confidences of resident young people, except where to do so would results in harm to a resident, damage to the organisation or the commission of a criminal offence. Establish supportive relationships with residents and encourage the development of stable relationships between residents and other staff, their families and friends and within the group of resident. Promote the emotional health and self-esteem of resident young people and support them through changes in living circumstances and personal relationships. Support resident young people in making their own choices and decisions to the maximum of their capability, and ensure that the needs and wishes of residents are fully considered in any decision relating to them. Ensure the protection of residents from significant harm, by exercising vigilance, observing changes in the residents behaviour or appearance, and complying fully with St John's Child/Adult Safeguarding policy. All job applicants will be required to provide 2 referees (one must be your most recent employer) and undertake an enhanced DBS Disclosure. This process forms part of our recruitment and safeguarding …

    June 25, 2019 08:55:16

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