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  • Part-time Weekend Deputy Development Manager

    £2915 per annum

    Job Description: Job Role: Visiting Development Manager (Ref: 1761. Location: Colchester, Essex. Salary: £2,879.69. Job Sector: Retirement - Independent Living. Hours: Saturdays and Sundays; 9.00am to 12.00pm (6 hours per week. As Visiting Development Manager, you will contribute to our vision of being the leading residential property manager, as recognised by others by. Ensuring there's a welcoming, friendly and courteous environment within the development. Making sure the building is well maintained and safe. Being exceptionally organised to stay on top of all the admin that comes with alongside communicating with the customers about upcoming changes, events or works. The Visiting Development Manager reports directly into the Area Manager. About You. You will currently be working within or have experience of a customer service environment and have a passion for providing an exceptional level of customer service at all times, ideally in a face to face environment. Warm and friendly communication comes naturally to you, and you are able to resolve issues and any complaints effectively to the customers complete satisfaction quickly and efficiently. You have experience of challenging and/or emergency situations and always remain calm and take the necessary actions with a high standard of professionalism. Health and safety is of great importance to you, and you have experience of performing daily checks and keeping accurate records to ensure everything is kept on track. You are self-motivated and pro-active, you enjoy working independently but also enjoy having other supportive colleagues you can build relationships with at regular team meetings. You are IT savvy and are confident in using laptops / tablets and are fluent in the different MS packages. Your ideal role will be a varied one, where you're not stuck behind a desk all day; You enjoy working with people and helping to make a difference to enhance their lifestyle on a day to day basis. About Us. FirstPort is the largest and most experienced residential property manager in the UK, employing more than 3,000 colleagues dedicated to looking after peoples' home. Great property management is about more than just bricks and mortar. We recognise and value the contribution our people make to our business and we are committed to ensuring they are skilled and equipped to do the best job they can and that they have the opportunity to realise their full potential. Our Values set out the commitments we have made to deliver excellent service and they inform the relationships that we have with customers and clients. They shape our culture and are used in measuring and rewarding performance. Main Responsibilities. Maintain a high profile around the development / office, ensure our residents are checked within our requirements. In the event of an emergency, call the appropriate response team or authorities. Carry out daily checks ensuring the building is safe and secure, keeping all communal areas, gardens and grounds clean and maintained through effective management of contractors. Be responsible for all works being completed, raising orders, managing contractors, monitoring progress and signing off completion. Encourage and support the formation of a Residents Association, and work with them to enhance the customer experience for residents. Help build a sense of community by encouraging and supporting a Social Committee to plan and run social events for all residents. Build and maintain links with residents family members, local authorities; Doctors, Social Workers, Health Authority etc as required and appropriate. Maintain records in line with internal procedures, ensure all data is protected and kept secure at all times. Assist in the sale and re-sale of property via estate agents, make new residents feel welcome and help them settle in; where possible being present to welcome them. Work across your local peer team of Development Managers for advice and day to day support and travel to team / company meetings on a monthly / annual basis. Our Values. Friendly – We look out for people's best interests, and show them we care by dealing with them in a warm and friendly manner. Inventive – We're creative and resourceful. We strive to improve what we do and how we do it, so we can provide the best ideas and solutions to look after people, their homes and communities. Respectful – We listen, consult and take on-board people's opinions and needs. We understand the importance of the home and community in people's lives, and act with respect at all times. Skilled – We've the qualifications, experience and take great pride in our work to consistently deliver the highest standards and value for money. We're informed, and we're always building on that knowledge to constantly improve our quality of service. Trustworthy – We're always professional, reliable, open and honest. People can depend on us to keep our promises and follow through on our commitments. The Benefits. Our customers deserve the best and the same applies to our people. We'll support you with all of the technology, training and support that you need to do your job well. We offer competitive salaries and a range of benefit packages. In addition to the core benefits, we also offer a range of exclusive discounts on extra benefits to help you and your family make the most of your money, safeguard your future and look after your health. Diversity. We're committed to promoting diversity at FirstPort and recruit on merit. We will consider applications from job share applicants. Ready to Apply. Click the below apply button to start your application for this role. We will ask you to upload your CV and answer a few questions. You may also be asked to complete verbal and numerical reasoning tests online. If you meet the criteria for the role we'll be in touch to arrange a short telephone interview and our shortlist of candidates will be invited to attend interviews with the hiring manager and up to three other key …

    September 24, 2018 03:59:57

  • Apprenticeship North West England

    North West England,£12000 per annum

    Job Description: Are you interested in a career in law by pursuing a vocational route rather than university? We may have the right opportunity for you. Our client is a leading Cheshire law firm with four offices across the region. We are assisting them to fill an exciting vacancy at the Macclesfield office:. RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY APPRENTICESHIP MACCLESFIELD. Level 4 Conveyancing Apprenticeship, then (if successful) leading on to the Level 6 Licenced Conveyancer course. Apprentices are treated as valued members of staff and are personally mentored by solicitors, partners or members of the Central Management Team. During your apprenticeship you will be taught about the skills you need to work in a leading law firm and be given support to gain recognised qualifications. Training and assessment is delivered by accredited training providers who work closely with the firm throughout the apprenticeship and who are in regular contact with the apprentices as they visit and assess in the work place. You will follow a recognised training path which leads to top qualifications. Salaries and Benefits:. A starting salary of £12,000 a year. Nationally recognised apprenticeship qualifications. All training costs fully funded (not exam re-sits). 24 days holiday (plus bank holidays) and an additional 3 days between Christmas and New Year. Half a day's holiday for your birthday. Sick Pay scheme. A wide range of other benefits. You will need a good academic record and have completed you're A-Levels or equivalent. As well as demonstrating a passion for working in the legal sector you will need to show real drive and determination to succeed in what can be a demanding sector. If you wish to apply, please submit your CV to Jon Becker of Acsol via CV Library as soon as possible and include a short cover e-mail outlining your …

    September 24, 2018 03:29:19

  • Customer Service Advisor (Weekends)

    £6560 per annum

    Job Description: Customer Service Advisor (Weekends. Salary: £6560.00. Location: Lancing. Hours: Saturday 9am-5pm and Sun 8am-4pm. I have great pleasure in supporting our client in the recruitment of two dynamic Customer Service Advisors that will work out of their head offices base in Lancing. Responsibilities. Dealing with incoming customer queries. Update the bookings are uploaded to the CRM. Resolve customer and store queries. Administration. Advising customer on stocks. Completing sales orders. The right candidate will have the following skills and attributes. Proven customer service skills. Personable and a confident communicator. Good IT skills. Reliable. Highly organised. This is a great opportunity to join a busy and friendly organisation, for more information please call Sarah Nicholas on 01273 947810 or apply today. Pier Recruitment does not discriminate on the grounds of 'protected characteristics' as defined under the Equality Act and other relevant UK legislation. Pier Recruitment acts as a Recruitment Agency in relation to all Permanent roles and as a Recruitment Business in relation to all Temporary roles. If your application is successful a consultant will be in contact with you within the next 2 working days. If you do not hear within 7 days please call the office as we always wish to provide 100% customer …

    September 24, 2018 02:51:28

  • Administrator (Recovery and Employment Service)

    £8534 per annum

    Job Description: Administrator (Recovery and Employment Service. Handsworth. £17,067 (£8,534 pro rata) per annum. 18.75 hrs per week. Our client is a leading provider of mental health services in Birmingham and the West Midlands. They offer high quality services that support both recovery and wellbeing and actively work with people so that they can be in control of their lives. With respect for the individual at the forefront of all the work they do, they have a well-earned reputation for excelling in quality. With over 50 years' experience of supporting people with mental health difficulties within the local community: they always strive to challenge the stigma that surrounds mental distress. The aim of the Recovery and Employment service is to offer opportunities and interventions to support recovery for service-users and carers aged 18 upwards, who require support to manage their physical, psychological and emotional health needs. They are currently looking for a highly organised individual to join them as an Administrator for this project. The role is varied and will offer clerical support to the team including reception duties where you will deal with face to face and telephone enquiries. A good communicator, you will provide support in the participation of the referral and assessment process for people interested in the services, and complete any necessary paperwork in partnership with our service users and their support networks. The successful candidate will already have experience working within an administrative role, along with either voluntary or paid work in the mental health field. Good verbal and written communication and IT skills are essential, as is the ability to liaise with professionals and local community networks. People are key to the success of this organisation and they are recognised as both a Mindful Employer as well as achieving Gold standard success in Investors in People. They welcome applications from people who have experienced mental health …

    September 24, 2018 02:47:25

  • HR Apprentice – Salary of £8,432 – Poole South West England

    South West England,£8432 per annum

    Job Description: HR Apprentice – Salary of £8,432 – Poole. HR Apprentice required for our prestigious client based in Poole. As the HR Apprentice you will be responsible for supporting the HR Manager and HR Officer, along with being the first point of contact for the day to day operational issues. Main responsibilities. Deal with queries from employers, managers and third parties. HR related documentation must be processed in a timely and accurate manner. Updating organisational charts. Monitor the time and attendance system for sickness and annual leave. Maintain and update all employee records. Ensure new starters are set up on various systems. Assist with documentation production to a high standard. Ensure compliance with GDPR and data privacy. Act as note taker in meetings when requested. Essential skills. 5 GCSE's of grade 4 or above. Excellent communication skills. Ability to build relationships with all levels of people. Organised and have attention to detail. IT literate – Microsoft Office. The working hours for this role are 37 hours per week. Monday – Friday. As this role is an Apprenticeship, you will be enrolled to do the CIPD course at Bournemouth & Poole College which will be paid for through the company. This Apprenticeship is for 3 years. For further information, please send your CV or apply online. Bond Williams Professional Recruitment are an equal opportunity employer and operate as an Employment Business and Recruitment …

    September 24, 2018 02:34:49

  • Personal Advisor - Leaving and aftercare - Colchester South East England

    South East England,£10000 per annum

    Job Description: Personal Advisor. Colchester. £17,300 - £25,000 per annum. Permanent contract. Full time - 37 hours per week. Essex County Council (ECC) is one of the largest and most dynamic local authorities in the UK, serving a population of 2 million residents, and has a very successful track record of delivering transformational change. ECC anticipated change was needed in the public sector and has worked to deliver better quality at lower cost. We have an ambitious transformation agenda – one with the scope to reach every part of the council. We are changing the way we think, the way we work, and the ways in which we deliver our services. We are committed to becoming a place where individuals, partners and communities feel proud to play their role and genuinely want to belong. We're immensely proud of our flexible working options. The Role. To carry out agreed plans to support young people both directly and indirectly, to act on behalf of the Social Services Directorate in fulfilling statutory responsibilities under the Children's Act 1989 and the Children Leaving Care Act 2000. The main focus of work will be, alongside social workers, to support young people who are “looked after” (in care) and due to leave care and those who have recently left. To consider all the important component parts that make up their individual lives in order to maximize their life opportunities and reach their full potential. Key Accountabilities. To give practical, personal and emotional support to children, young people in order to meet assessed need; to maintain and promote their health, physical, emotional development and wellbeing. This may include domestic tasks and transporting where necessary. To specifically support and advise young people leaving care in key areas including: health, benefits, education, training, employment, accommodation/housing and personal well-being. To facilitate, directly and indirectly the assessment of need, engaging with the ongoing monitoring and reassessment of need, engaging with the ongoing monitoring and reassessment of need over time. To identify and support young people to overcome barriers to learning. To enable and empower young people to make decisions in their lives and to self-advocate. To advocate on behalf of young people who do not have the skills to do this. To facilitate the construction of a pathway plan, from the assessment which establishes a viable response to established need over time. To develop personal action plans with young people. To encourage young people not only to fully engage with developing their individual plans, but to participate in the development of the service as a whole. To be prepared to work in a variety of ways, apart from direct work with individuals, for example in groups, running “drop ins” etc. To work alongside colleagues both within social services and from other agencies, and to engage with significant people in the young person's life (members of the family, community etc). To support young people through times of major transitions from childhood to adulthood and to take responsibility. To maintain records and write reports as required in accordance with directorate policy and procedures. To carry out a range of practical tasks to assist young people with both planned and unplanned activities. To attend meetings as required by the line manager, e.g reviews, planning meetings etc. To maintain an awareness of relevant information and resources that may assist children, young people and their carers. To keep abreast of practice developments through reading and attending training courses. Skills and knowledge. Have achieved NVQ level 3. Experience of working in a supportive relationship, with young people. Experience in working creatively with in various ways young people including young parents. Previous work experience in either a paid or voluntary capacity working with children, young people and families. Experience in collaborating with other professionals and agencies for the benefit of the client. Experience of housing, employment and training issues for young people. Knowledge of adolescents and adolescent issues. A commitment to working relationships which promote and support the clients' developing independence. A commitment to one's own personal and professional development. Be able to work as part of a team and be flexible. Ability to work some evenings and weekends. Full driving licence and the use of a car or access to a driver and vehicle for work purposes. To be contactable by telephone. Essex County Council is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and vulnerable adults, and expects all employees and volunteers to share this commitment. We seek the best talent from the widest pool of people as diversity is key to our success. If you have any queries regarding this role, or require anything further, please contact the Essex Recruitment Team on 033 005 83330*. Calls to this number are charged in the same way as calls to numbers starting 01 or 02, please check with your service provider. Working for Essex welcome applications from all suitably qualified people regardless of gender, race, disability, age or sexual orientation. Working for Essex is a trading name of Capita Resourcing Ltd. Services offered are those of an Employment Agency and Employment Business. Applicants will be required to register with …

    September 24, 2018 11:05:44

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