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Job Title: Pack House Assistant Manager Salary: £9.74 - £10.60 an hour Basis: Full Time, Permanent. Our Client is a Herefordshire grower of asparagus, green and fine beans, rhubarb, blueberries, potatoes and combinable crops. Job Purpose:  To Assist with the running fresh produce packhouse, ensuring orders are completed on time, within the specifications and at least cost to production. To implement and improve production systems, ensuring they are being followed by all employees. The Packhouse Assistant Manager will be responsible for overseeing the management and motivation of all seasonal, packhouse employees, promoting a positive, productive workplace To be successful in this role, you must be an experienced Packhouse or team leader preferably with experience working with soft fruit or other fresh produce. You must have strong interpersonal skills and the ability to identify and solve problems. It is also essential that you have awareness of Health & Safety legislation. Each day we are responsible for placing several hundred dedicated operatives out to work throughout Worcestershire. We operate from several conveniently located registration centres, therefore are likely to have an office close to you. We cover the following job categories: Order picking, Warehouse, Stores, Despatch, Packing, Assembly, Machine operating and FLT Driving. We are always searching for the best talent, so if you know anyone, why not recommend someone to one of our professional team who will be more than happy to help
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Curently looking for barista, For small, family company, We are looking person with experience, who can work between 7:30 till 5pm, Monday to Friday, Twice a month Saturdays  - You having day off during week, Paying from £9 + tips depends of experince,  Barista will be responsible for the following: - taking order and payments - preparing coffee and warm drinks - maikng sure work place is nice and tidy - ensuring is stock on place ( coffee, tea, milk and all other indergriends )  For good candidates available immiedietly start. Please contact with Tina on (phone number removed) or (phone number removed)
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Conservation Intern Exmoor House, Dulverton, Somerset Do you have a natural passion for conservation and our National Parks? Do you want to utilise your background in environmental sciences to make a difference to one of the UK’s most beautiful spaces? If so, read on. About Us Exmoor National Park Authority is the organisation that manages a unique and beautiful part of the country that has been shaped by nature and people over thousands of years. From the high cliffs that plunge into the Bristol Channel to the vast moorlands of North Devon, Exmoor offers drama, tranquillity, beauty and adventure. We’re now looking for a Conservation Intern to join us on a 12 month internship. The Benefits - Salary of £15,821 pro rata - Government pension - A training allowance to support you in your career development - 27 days’ holiday pro rata, plus a pro rata entitlement to Bank Holidays This is a fantastic opportunity to gain valuable experience and diversify your skill set while protecting the breath-taking scenery of Exmoor. Working alongside a diverse range of teams, you will gain a unique insight into how a National Park operates. So, if you want to turn your passion into a career, supporting the promotion and education of conservation, we want to hear from you. The Role As a Conservation Intern, you will undertake an incredible learning experience where you will promote conservation activities across Exmoor National Park. Working within the Conservation and Access Team, you will learn to: - Support the development of the Historic and Natural Environment Records - Promote a range of outreach projects and events - Input information so that ecological records are available electronically - Collate and input survey information and location data to agreed national standards - Support the Interpretation and Education teams at events and with activities About You To join us as a Conservation Intern, you will need: - A strong background in environmental science, archaeology, biology or similar - A very strong interest in conservation and the National Parks - The ability to input data accurately with a strong attention to detail - A good level of ICT skills - Excellent written and verbal communication skills Other organisations may call this role Promotion Intern, Internship, Environmental Intern, Trainee Conservation Assistant, Trainee National Park Assistant, National Park Intern, or Intern. This is a full-time role, working 37 hours per week, however we are flexible over placement hours and we would still wish to hear from candidates who would want to work on a part-time basis. The closing date for this role is the 17th March 2020, with interviews to be scheduled for the 26th March 2020. As a service provider and local employer, Exmoor National Park Authority is committed to promoting equal opportunities and tackling social exclusion in everything it does. The Authority recognises its statutory equality duties under legislation in terms of service provision and employment and is committed to meeting them. So, if you’re seeking an incredible learning opportunity as a Conservation Intern, please apply via the button shown. This vacancy is being advertised by Webrecruit. The services advertised by Webrecruit are those of an Employment Agency
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Madisons Recruitment are offering a contract for Garden Centre Assistants based in Biggleswade, Bedfordshire. Garden Centre Assistant duties: Planting pots Moving plants Weeding General tidyingGarden Centre Assistant requirements: Previous experience in a similar role Physically strong as it may involve elements of heavy lifting Passport photo/ Full length birth certificateFurther details: Seasonal position but can lead to a permanent contract for the right candidate. Immediate start available Weekly payIf you are interested in this position, please apply or contact Madisons Recruitment
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Our client one of the UK's largest charities, who maintain 2,000 miles of historic canals, rivers, docks and reservoirs, are looking to recruit a Seasonal Waterway Operative to be based at Foxton Locks. This will be a 7-month seasonal contract starting in April till the end of November. The main duties of the role will be to join existing maintenance teams responsible for the upkeep and conservation of the Canal Network in and around the Foxton area. The role is to be based in Foxton but will cover the local area so the successful candidate must be flexible regarding working location and willing to travel. In addition, the successful candidate will be in regular contact with users of the canal network so excellent Customer Service skills are required. The role will require regular weekend and public holiday working with rest days in the week. Duties: - Assisting lock keepers with lock keeping at busy times, covering gaps in the rota where required. Training will be provided for lock keeping and an internal assessment will be carried when the successful candidate is ready for this. General vegetation maintenance including but not limited to; cutting the grass around the lock flight using a power-driven lawn mower, training will be given for the use of the mower. Strimming grass using powered strimmer. Trimming hedges by hand using hand tools. Edging grass using hand tools Painting of locks, bridges fencing and signs Fencing, signs and posts, small towpath repairs General safety checks of the Destination Litter picking Emptying bins Mopping the floor in the customer service facilities Meeting and greeting visitors in the Welcome station and engaging them with the work of the charity Assisting with and leading activities such as Let's Paint and Let's Pond dip.A full driving license is required for the position
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Our client one of the UK's largest charities, who maintain 2,000 miles of historic canals, rivers, docks and reservoirs, are looking to recruit 2 Seasonal Waterway Operatives to be based in the Devizes area. This will be a 5-month seasonal contract starting in April till the end of September. The main duties of the role will be to join existing maintenance teams responsible for the upkeep and conservation of the Canal network in and around the Devizes area. The role is to be based in Devizes but will cover the local area so the successful candidate must be flexible regarding working location and willing to travel. In addition, the successful candidate will be in regular contact with users of the canal network so excellent Customer Service skills are required. The role will be 7 days on, 7 days off so this role will include weekend work. The hours will be 4pm-8pm each day. Duties: - Assisting lock keepers with lock keeping at busy times, covering gaps in the rota where required. Training will be provided for lock keeping and an internal assessment will be carried when the successful candidate is ready for this. General vegetation maintenance including but not limited to; cutting the grass around the lock flight using a power-driven lawn mower, training will be given for the use of the mower. Strimming grass using powered strimmer. Trimming hedges by hand using hand tools. Edging grass using hand tools Painting of locks, bridges fencing and signs Fencing, signs and posts, small towpath repairs General safety checks of the Destination Litter picking Emptying bins Mopping the floor in the customer service facilities Meeting and greeting visitors in the Welcome station and engaging them with the work of the charity Assisting with and leading activities such as Let's Paint and Let's Pond dip
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Our client one of the UK's largest charities, who maintain 2,000 miles of historic canals, rivers, docks and reservoirs, are looking to recruit 2 Seasonal Waterway Operatives to be based in the Gloucester area. This will be a 7-month seasonal contract starting in March till the end of October. The main duties of the role will be to join existing maintenance teams responsible for the upkeep and conservation of the Canal network in and around the Gloucester area. The role is to be based in Gloucester but will cover the local area so the successful candidate must be flexible regarding working location and willing to travel. In addition, the successful candidate will be in regular contact with users of the canal network so excellent Customer Service skills are required. The role will be 4 days on, 2 days off including weekend work typically based on 10 hours days. Duties: - Assisting lock keepers with lock keeping at busy times, covering gaps in the rota where required. Training will be provided for lock keeping and an internal assessment will be carried when the successful candidate is ready for this. General vegetation maintenance including but not limited to; cutting the grass around the lock flight using a power-driven lawn mower, training will be given for the use of the mower. Strimming grass using powered strimmer. Trimming hedges by hand using hand tools. Edging grass using hand tools Painting of locks, bridges fencing and signs Fencing, signs and posts, small towpath repairs General safety checks of the Destination Litter picking Emptying bins Mopping the floor in the customer service facilities Meeting and greeting visitors in the Welcome station and engaging them with the work of the charity Assisting with and leading activities such as Let's Paint and Let's Pond dip.A full driving license is required for the position
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Our client one of the UK's largest charities, who maintain 2,000 miles of historic canals, rivers, docks and reservoirs, are looking to recruit 5 Seasonal Waterway Operatives to be based in the Diglis area. This will be a 7-month seasonal contract starting in March till the end of October. The main duties of the role will be to join existing maintenance teams responsible for the upkeep and conservation of the River Seven in and around the Diglis Island area. The role is to be based in Diglis Island but will cover the local area so the successful candidate must be flexible regarding working location and willing to travel. In addition, the successful candidate will be in regular contact with users of the canal network so excellent Customer Service skills are required. The role will be 4 days on, 2 days off including weekend work typically based on 10 hours days. Duties: - Assisting lock keepers with lock keeping at busy times, covering gaps in the rota where required. Training will be provided for lock keeping and an internal assessment will be carried when the successful candidate is ready for this. General vegetation maintenance including but not limited to; cutting the grass around the lock flight using a power-driven lawn mower, training will be given for the use of the mower. Strimming grass using powered strimmer. Trimming hedges by hand using hand tools. Edging grass using hand tools Painting of locks, bridges fencing and signs Fencing, signs and posts, small towpath repairs General safety checks of the Destination Litter picking Emptying bins Mopping the floor in the customer service facilities Meeting and greeting visitors in the Welcome station and engaging them with the work of the charity Assisting with and leading activities such as Let's Paint and Let's Pond dip. A full driving license is required for the position
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Job Title:Test Engineers Including; 1. Full Vehicle Test Engineer 2. Durability Test Engineer 3. Electronics and Electrical Software Test Engineer 4. NVH Test Engineer 5. Field Test Engineer Location: Basildon Essex Rate: £25-£32Ph Umbrella- Depending on Test position and experience Employment Type: Contract (12 Months) 12 Month contract opportunities to work for a worldwide renowened Agricultural and Construction Industrial Leader located in Basildon Essex. The Test Engineers will have a full UK Driving Licence and preferably degree qualified (or equivalent experience. Looking for experienced engineers in the following Test areas: ​​​​​​​Full Vehicle Test Engineer Plan, set-up, operate, troubleshoot, and monitor vehicle systems tests and evaluations in lab and track environments. Durability Test Engineer Supporting the development and validation process of pre-production Tractors products in the field and lab environment to determine the functionality, durability and reliability of prototype designs before product launch to the manufacturing and commercial organizations Testing of, power unit, drivetrain, operator’s environment and trim/styling Electronics and Electrical Software Test Engineer Support the development of design validation plans (DVP) for software related content. Develop the detailed sub-system test specifications for functional, performance, interlock and diagnostic features of the software. Conduct the tests on vehicles, or in some cases, on bench/simulators collecting data as needed. NVH Test Engineer Preparation and testing of components and vehicles and analysis of test results. Investigation and reporting of concerns, with the overall aim of understanding vehicle noise/vibration characteristics and component durability performance. Field Test Engineer The main assignment will concentrate on wholegoods vehicle evaluation of prototype Gas tractor. Diagnose and repair mechanical, hydraulic and electrical/electronic issues and components Do not miss out on your opportunity to Interview! The Hiring manager is looking for candidates to interview ASAP. ============================================================================= Our Clients are unable to provide sponsorship for Tier 2 General Visas; therefore, only candidates eligible to work in the UK need apply! Caresoft Global Limited operates as an Employment Business and Employment Agency. We are an independent highly-experienced recruitment consultancy dedicated to specialist markets within the Automotive, Aerospace, Agricultural & Construction Industries. No terminology within this advert is intended to unlawfully discriminate on the grounds of age, sex, race or disability and we welcome all applications
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Our client one of the UK's largest charities, who maintain 2,000 miles of historic canals, rivers, docks and reservoirs, are looking to recruit 4 Seasonal Waterway Operatives to be based in the Apperley Bridge area. This will be a 7-month seasonal contract starting in March till the end of October. The main duties of the role will be to join existing maintenance teams responsible for the upkeep and conservation of the Canal Network in and around the Apperley Bridge area. The role is to be based in Apperley Bridge but will cover the local area so the successful candidate must be flexible regarding working location and willing to travel. In addition, the successful candidate will be in regular contact with users of the canal network so excellent Customer Service skills are required. The role will be 4 days on, 2 days off including weekend work typically based on 10 hours days. Duties: - Assisting lock keepers with lock keeping at busy times, covering gaps in the rota where required. Training will be provided for lock keeping and an internal assessment will be carried when the successful candidate is ready for this. General vegetation maintenance including but not limited to; cutting the grass around the lock flight using a power-driven lawn mower, training will be given for the use of the mower. Strimming grass using powered strimmer. Trimming hedges by hand using hand tools. Edging grass using hand tools Painting of locks, bridges fencing and signs Fencing, signs and posts, small towpath repairs General safety checks of the Destination Litter picking Emptying bins Mopping the floor in the customer service facilities Meeting and greeting visitors in the Welcome station and engaging them with the work of the charity Assisting with and leading activities such as Let's Paint and Let's Pond dip.A full driving license is required for the position
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