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I am currently working in partnership with a pioneering not for profit organisation in Cirencester, founded in 1980 the organisation is a leading environmental research centre. The role is to start as soon as possible in December or by mid-January. Reporting to the CFO your role will involve a blend of operational and strategic activities. The role is initially a fixed part time fixed term contract working three days per week with flexible hours and days. The salary is £45,000-£50,000 FTE, based in a beautiful setting in Cirencester. Key duties will include: · Managing a small finance team · Produce annual business plans, budgets and analyse planned income and expenditure · Oversee the preparation of the monthly management accounts and quarterly reports, preparing commentary for the senior management team · Liaise with project managers and programme leaders to approve project budgets prior to bid submissions, monitor/review agreed budgets, payment terms, and actual expenditures, check/approve periodic financial reports · Oversee the preparation of the year-end financial statements by the Finance team, act as the official point of contact with auditors. · Ensure the Annual Report and Accounts are prepared, approved, audited and filed by the due dates and that other reports and updates for Companies House and the Charity Commission are submitted on time. · Oversee all tax and similar liabilities, including VAT, PAYE and NICs · Plan and manage cash flow and liaise with bank and Trustees to ensure adequate overdraft or other provisions; manage overdraft, term borrowings and currency exposures. · Implement and maintain effective internal control policies and procedures. · Oversee the payroll and pensions systems, oversee the management of a serviced office, including the line management of an Office Administrator. · Oversee and manage the IT (computing and telecoms) provision by our chosen sub-contractor, manage the outsourced HR support by our chosen sub-contractor. Person Specification / Experience ·Preparation and submission of audited statutory accounts, payroll, pension and VAT administration ·Production of annual and multi-year business plans/strategies, budgets, management accounts and other financial information · Use of accounting and reporting systems, particularly Exchequer accounting package Please note: Due to the high volume of applications I receive, it is not always possible to respond to unsuccessful applicants. Therefore, if I have not responded to your application within three days it should be noted that on this occasion your application has been unsuccessful. Nicola York Recruitment Ltd acts as an employment agency for permanent recruitment and employment business for the supply of temporary workers. By applying for this job you accept the T&C's, Privacy Policy and Disclaimers
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Our client are looking for an experienced Grounds Maintenance Operative to work predominantly in Burgess Park SE5. Burgess Park is a 56 hectare public space that requires regular maintenance and up-keep including grass mowing, pruning, planting and general tidyness including litter clearance if needed. The ideal candidate will have the ability to demonstrate a solid experience in gardening and grounds work. You should experience of using ride on mowrs and strimmers as well as horticultural hand tools. IMPORTANT: Applicants MUST have a full UK drivers licence with B+E entitlement for trailer towing as pert of your responsibilities will be transporting equipment with a company vehicle and trailer to different work locations. The BE entilement will be clearly shown on the rear of your drivers licence. Unfortunately applicants without this entitlement will not be able to be considered for this role. You should also have a conscientious and professional approacjh to your work and be able to conduct yourself to the highest standards while working in an environment where you will interact with the public. Regular on-going work is avaiiable for hard-working and reliable workers witht he strong prospect of a permanent role over time
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Conservation Assistant - Woodlands Exmoor House, Dulverton, Somerset 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. Whether it’s the wild red deer, villages bursting with character or dark skies full of stars, it is a place of rare experiences, stunning vistas and engaging environments. We are currently looking for a Conservation Assistant to join us on a fixed-term contract until the 31st March 2022. Your Benefits - Salary of £21,589 - £24,799 per annum - Government pension - Flexible working - Family friendly schemes - Dog friendly office - Paid sickness leave - Social events - 27 days’ holiday per annum plus Bank Holidays - Annual personal development reviews and quarterly one-to-one meetings We want to ensure that our National Park has a thriving living landscape and remains a place where people can enjoy, and benefit from, Exmoor’s unique qualities and sustainable communities.  As a member of our Conservation team, you will play a key role in achieving this vision by protecting our wonderful woodlands, some of which date back to before 1600 AD. Full of nature, heritage and scientific interest, our woodlands are home to a range of wildlife, as well as the whitebeam trees, which grow nowhere else in the world. Not only will you be making a real difference, but you will also benefit from one of the world’s most incredible work environments. Based in a beautiful wooded valley beside the River Barle, your role will take you across the National Park, giving you plenty of opportunities to enjoy the clean country air and enjoy Exmoor’s beauty. Your Role As our Conservation Assistant, you will help to manage and protect Exmoor National Park Authority’s woodland estate.  You’ll assist the Woodlands team in areas such as tree preservation orders, tree safety, ash dieback, timber sales and developing income generation opportunities to support the successful running of the Park.  Additionally, you will:  - Assist with routine enquiries  - Help to prepare work specifications, site risk assessments, safety plans and tender documents for forestry and arboricultural services - Process applications for tree works  - Update and create tree and woodland pages on our website  - Engage, and work with, volunteers  About You To join us as a Conservation Assistant, you’ll need:  - Experience of working within forestry, landscape conservation or countryside management - Previous experience of working with contractors, landowners and dealing with members of the public - A Lantra professional tree inspection qualification (or equivalent) - Good report writing skills - To be confident in the use of maps and geospatial information to navigate in remote locations - The ability to handle matters with tact and diplomacy  - A degree level qualification or equivalent experience in forestry, environmental science, countryside management, ecology or landscape design/management  - A driving licence and access to your own vehicle to travel throughout the National Park We would like to hear from you if you’ve worked as a Woodland Conservation Assistant, Estate Conservation Assistant, Forest Conservation Assistant, Conservation Service Assistant, Landscape Conservation Assistant, Countryside Management Assistant, or Woodlands Officer.  Interviews are scheduled to be held on the 15th January 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 meet them. So, if you want to join our hard-working team as a Conservation Assistant, please apply via the button shown. This vacancy is being advertised by Webrecruit. The services advertised by Webrecruit are those of an Employment Agency. Working hours: 37 hours per week
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Regency Site Personnel are currently looking for Experienced Grounds Maintenance Operatives in Tottenham for Immediate start £11.00 per hour Reporting to the Contract Manager the GM Operative will be responsible for providing a variety of landscaping and garden services to a number of sites based in the region. Job Details; 1. Grass cutting 2. Hedge trimming 3. Strimming 4. Shrub Pruning 5. Hard Standing service 6. Weeding 7. Ensuring that the client site is kept clean and tidy and free of litter Skills Required 1. Full UK Driving Licence 2. GM experience 3. PPE If successful, you will be rewarded with a competitive hourly rate, van and tools provided. For more information contact Dazzi O'Slater on (phone number removed) or (phone number removed)
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We are currently looking to recruit litter Pickers at Hyde Park, you would need to be available immediately the shifts are 4pm to 3am evening / night shift, Friday Saturday and Sunday the work is for 4 to 5 week. The successful candidates would need to be hard-working conscientious and good timekeepers if you are available and interested please send your CV We also have follow on work throughout the year
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Ground Maintenance - Gardeners needed to work in local parks various duties including grass cutting, hedge trimming, planting and maintenance of flower beds. Experience of using petrol powered strimmers and mowers useful. Drivers licence also useful
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Ground Maintenance - Gardeners needed to work in local parks various duties including grass cutting, hedge trimming, planting and maintenance of flower beds. Experience of using petrol powered strimmers and mowers useful. Drivers licence also useful
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Interaction Recruitment have an excellent opportunity for an outdoor gardener with a clean driving licence. This is a temporary to permanent contract working Monday to Thursday 7.30am to 4.30pm and an early finish on Fridays 3.30pm. This work is outdoor and physical, working in a small team. Immediate start! Call Lindsey O(phone number removed) - Email: (url removed)
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Our Client is an established supplier of Fruit products to the UK retailers, and they currently offer the role of Pest Monitor / Agronomy Support Technician, to begin a fixed-term contract, from March 2020 running until the end of October 2020. This Pest Monitor position will report to the Trials Manager, monitoring & sampling a range of insect pests, taking responsibility for trap placement, identification, and reporting the results to a high standard. We would be keen to hear from graduates with an interest in Biology. This is a great opportunity to gain hands-on, practical experience within an established Fresh Produce business. Previous experience and / or knowledge would be advantageous, with the ability to work alone, using own initiative, and managing time effectively is key to success in this position. Good IT skills to include experience of Word & Excel, and a full driving licence is essential. This is a fixed term contract from 1st March 2020 to October 2020. We are specifically looking for staff in Herefordshire and Staffordshire This role would suit Entomology Graduates who have recently completed studies in Biology and people who are interested in getting a role in Agronomy in the future. A full driving licence is essential. £20k pro rata salary + company car
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