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  • £16000 - £18000/annum Depending on experience
We are currently recruiting for a HR Administrator for a 12 month Maternity cover. The purpose of the role is to provide efficient administrative support to the HR Team, ensuring service users are provided with key information on HR processes and procedures. To ensure the effective running of the HR Department so that employees are dealt with in a proficient and timely manner. Responsibilities:- • Filing, posting and archiving paperwork for the HR office. • Preparing letters, and spreadsheets at the HR department’s request. • Taking notes in HR meetings. • Requesting references for new employees. • Dealing with password resets for employees for the online system. • Dealing with the administration of Rate increases and promotions • Responding to reference requests from external companies. • Writing to employees in respect of unsigned leaver forms, maternity return letters or acceptance of resignation letters. • Dealing with approvals of new starters on the online system. • General, Non-complex HR queries by phone and email. • Other Administrative tasks as deemed appropriate. Hours per week: A minimum of 37.5 hours per week to meet the requirements of the post
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An excellent opportunity has arisen at Jark Worcester. We are seeking experienced Front of House Team Members to join a friendly team at a traditional pub located just outside of Evesham. As Front of House you will: • Assist in the general cleaning of the pub before opening. • Oversee all guest arrivals and departures. • Have excellent customer service, ensuring all guest requirements are dealt with efficiently and professionally. • Be a good team player. • Have a hardworking attitude. • Be passionate about the hospitality trade. Immediate start! Our Client is offering a competitive hourly rate of £8.50 plus a share of tips at the end of the evening. Shift pattern: 5 over 7 days, including weekends. This includes split shifts. Please send your cv to (url removed) to arrange registration
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  • £9.50 - £11/annum
Are you an experienced Chef De Partie looking for a new challenge? Do you have excellent skills in the kitchen and a great attitude? Are you willing to listen and learn and get the job done? Would you like to work for a variety of different and exciting locations? Are you bored with the same day to day routine of one restaurant? Do you want flexibility regarding the shift pattern, but income stability at the same time? If this sounds like you, keep reading! We have various temporary positions short term and long term available within different restaurants ranging from rosette level, 4-5 star hotels, bars and large catering events. Although rosette experience would be preferred, it is not essential. Pastry chef experience would be advantageous. Live in positions available and provided free. If you are looking to work for some iconic venues from Edinburgh, Fife and Lothians and you've got a great work ethic and fantastic timekeeping skills, along with some solid chef experience behind you, then you are our perfect match! We offer weekly payments, with wages between £9.50 and £11 per hour, holiday pay, and immediate start. Own transport is not essential but desirable. If you are interested in this position and can show you have the relevant experience, please send your CV as a form of application. This vacancy is being advertised on behalf of Stafffinders who are operating as an employment business
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  • £8.00 - £9.00/hour
Our South Yorkshire based client are looking for several experienced Catering Assistants to join the team on a full time basis. Reporting to the Catering Manager the role would include but not limited too: - Assisting with general cleaning duties, following appropriate schedules. - Keen eye for stock control and rotation of the storeroom. - Basic food preparation including salad, sandwiches, toast, porridge, etc - Customer Service focused . - Appropriate disposal of waste in accordance with instruction, ensuring wastage is kept to a minimum. - Monitoring of hot food taking and recording of food temperatures, following written instruction to decide whether food is safe to use, seeking further advice from Supervisor if necessary. - Using own initiative This is a temporary position but could lead to long term employment for the right person. Pay rate - £7.83 to £9.10 depending on experience. Shift- Monday to Friday 07:00-16:00 overtime available on evening and weekends for event based work. If interested and available for work please click APPLY and attach your up to date CV with contact details
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  • £25000 - £30000/annum Free Parking, Holiday & Pension
Our luxury brand client based in Weymouth are looking for an experienced Restaurant/Front of House Manager to join their successful team, having significantly invested in their food and beverage facilities they are looking for someone who can deliver world class service. For this role you will need a proven track record in exceptional customer service with a strong restaurant/ fresh food background, and have the ability to lead by example. You will be expected to oversee Health & Safety/Food Allergens as part of the role, adhering and implement all policies and procedures. Ensure our guests value their dining experience through our relentless approach to high quality service and standards in a safe, clean environment. Build relationships through great product knowledge and famous for service excellence. We want to ensure that our customers to choose to dine with us time and time again. As the restaurant manager you will be required to recruit and develop a strong team who excel in delivering a quality service on a consistent basis. You must have previous experience working in a similar role, be flexible to your approach to work as you will be required to work 5 days out of 7 including weekends and bank holidays. Currently the role is contract from March until November but if the candidate is successful they will consider offering a permanent contract. Please contact James if you require further information
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  • £18500 - £19500/annum
A Receptionist is required by a luxury UK travel and hotel accommodation provider in central London for a 3 month maternity contract. Dealing with a wide range of people you will be the first point of contact for guests ensuring a positive experience whilst they are visiting. As Receptionist you will: Greet all guests in a courteous and professional manner Make travel arrangements – book theatre tickets, tours and museums Maintain office files and reports organised Handle operational issues/requests and order items as requested and instructed by management Maintains safe and clean reception area by complying with procedures, rules, and regulations Provide general administrative and clerical support Process bookings generate invoices and handle payments Prepare check in envelopes and departure letters Liaise with clients, contractors and suppliers via phone or email Liaise with operations and update maintenance sheets Chase any outstanding and pending tasks. Post letters and distribute correspondence The successful Receptionist will have: Previous experience in a customer service role Telephone Skills Verbal Communication Knowledge of computers and relevant software applications Microsoft Office Skills Good excel skills Administration experience To apply for this Receptionist role please click on the link below and apply with Travel Futures
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  • £7.83 - £8.50/hour
Do you want to find a job that can top up your weekly income, but at the same time be in control of your personal life? If you are a reliable and experienced HOUSEKEEPER, we have an awesome opportunity for you to work for amazing hotels within Edinburgh and surroundings, offering you the flexibility you need to balance your work life with your personal life, and the stability that can give you the chance to earn extra cash for your needs. If housekeeping is a job that you have done before, or you are a housekeeper looking for extra money, we have the perfect solution for you. We are offering you flexible and regular work, weekly payments, competitive rates and the chance to work for stunning hotels. We value all applications, however, due to the volume of response, only candidates with relevant experience will be contacted. Due to the location of certain assignments, it is beneficial but not essential for you to have your own transport. This vacancy is being advertised on behalf of Stafffinders who are operating as an employment business
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An exciting opportunity has arisen for the role of a Second Cook to join a busy kitchen team in a fantastic Care Come in the Flyford Flavell area of Worcestershire. The Assistant Cook will assist the Kitchen Manager catering for approx. 45 covers. Salary and Shifts •Salary: £8.50- £9.00 depending on experience •4 shifts a week including alternating weekends Responsibilities: •Using fresh ingredients to make good, quality food •Perform daily checks including Health & Safety, COSHH regulations and food safety •Working together with the team •Extensive food knowledge with the ability to cook and present fresh food to a consistently high standard Experience/ Qualifications: •Min Level 2 in Food & Hygiene •Previous experience of working in a similar role •Able to remain calm under pressure and work efficiently in all situations •DBS check This is a temp to perm opportunity, but straight permanent for the right candidate. Please email (url removed) with your cv
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Are you looking to top up your hours from a current job? After some extra cash? We are seeking relief chefs to join our busy catering team with clients for bookings across Worcester, Bransford, Ombersley, Malvern, Pershore, Ledbury, Stourbridge, Leominster and Stourport on Severn. We want you to join our growing team of casual Chefs. Work in different environments and enjoy a flexible work life balance. Casual Chef Benefits: * Flexible working hours * Rates of pay between £10.00 - £13.00 per hour * Weekly pay * Great working environments * Friendly consultants available 24/7 What we need from you: * 2 years industry experience working as a Chef de Partie or Relief Chef * Eligible to live and work in the UK and ID- UK/EU passport or valid visa * Your own work clothes: black chef trousers, white chef jacket and safety shoes All level of relief chefs are considered. If you think that being a relief chef is something that you might be interested in, please do not hesitate to apply! Contact Kirstie at (url removed) and join us
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  • £27000 - £30000/annum
Ballymore Group is currently Looking for proven facilities personnel to come and work alongside out Facilities managers and resort directors to ensure that our developments are looked after correctly. If you have previously worked in a facilities role for a hotel or residential resort then perhaps your skills are what we are looking for. Responsible for: Day-to-Day administrative support to the Estate Facilities Department. Day-to-Day administrative record-filing for all compliance paperwork. Coordinating with staff, consultants and external contractors operating on the development. Engaging resource from the estate management team as required to deliver facilities services. Key Responsibilities: Update, amend, maintain & manage the information for developments Facilities & Compliance paperwork. Coordination of contractors, consultants and service partners on site in line with the centrally defined contract mechanisms in the Facilities Manager absence. E-mail correspondence & communication on behalf of FM department on site. Attend & minute meetings as required. Maintain Insurance correspondence, records & tracker information at all times. Liaising with the estate's team & the support office as required. Produce new templates / improve on old ones as requested by the Facilities Manager. Local auditing of infrastructure and building services including fire and security systems, water hygiene, vertical transport, utilities and critical plant in line with the compliance tracker / PPM calendar. Monitor health, safety & compliance activities across the estate in accordance with the BAML Health and Safety Strategy. To assist in the mobilisation, delivery and coordination of project works on site. To provide facilities-related advice and support to the estate management team. To maintain clear reporting to the Facilities Manager & Facilities department ensuring the visibility of local infrastructure status and immediately escalate issues for further support as required. To be a part of the Residential Estates Team maintaining the culture, policies, company rules and ensuring the highest quality management is provided on behalf of Ballymore Group at all times. Conditions of Work The normal working hours are 40 per week, 8.30 a.m. to 5.30 p.m. Monday to Friday, with one hour for lunch. You may be required to work additional hours. Shift times will need to meet the requirements of the business, be flexible to the demands of the business and may involve occasional anti-social hours; there may be occasional weekend hours depending on the needs of the business. Building & Infrastructure Management Support on the local maintenance of the building infrastructure including structure, building envelope, internal fabric and mechanical & electrical services in accordance with the framework defined by the Facilities department. Support with the required inspection, auditing, record keeping and document control activities associated with the above. To act as the point of contact for locally delivered FM activities including the action of recommendations arising from fire risk assessments, water hygiene risk assessments, health & safety audits and other external inspections in the Facilities Managers absence. Support, monitoring for the estate management team members in their discharge of facilities-related activities including, but not limited to, fire alarm testing, fire door inspections operation of M&E systems (CCTV, BMS, access control etc), communication with customers, contractor call-outs, compilation of SOPs and shift handovers. Support where all Estate Manager, Security, Housekeeping and other soft services staff are not trained and familiar with building infrastructure and hard services at the level required to discharge their duties. Support with the swift identification and rectification of day-to-day maintenance activities including re-lamping of light fittings and minor repairs. Follow up on out-of-hours reports to ensure that actions are closed out appropriately with the Facilities Manager. Support with regular reports to the Facilities Manager related to the status of the local facilities and any associated risks. To promptly escalate matters to the Facilities Manager for advice, support and instruction as required. Contractor Management Support on the local management of contractors and service partners operating on the development and ensure that they receive the support and information required to discharge their duties. Provide formal feedback on each contractor to the Facilities Manager & Contract and Compliance Manager including service level agreements and key performance indicators on a monthly basis (and more frequently as required). Feedback to the Facilities Manager & Contract and Compliance Manager on the status of works so to confirm that contractual payments can be made as applicable. Support communication pathways with the incumbent contractors in order to promptly address any issues arising and obtain contemporaneous updates. Review and audit documentation relating to contract works discharged including engineers’ reports, certification and O&M Manuals as applicable. Ensure that documentation is available to demonstrate statutory and contract compliance. Support the Facilities Manager in the regular reactive works meetings with resident contractors / Site Supervisor as required to review ongoing and planned works. Support in reviewing any dilapidation reports and quoted works. To implement and control procedures for safe systems of work including a Permit to Work system, lone working procedure, access to restricted areas in the Facilities Managers absence. Support in the local mobilisation and set-up of new contracts as required. Health, Safety, Welfare & Compliance Monitor health, safety & compliance activities across the development in accordance with the BAML Health and Safety Strategy and associated procedures. Increase H&S awareness and promote a positive H&S culture throughout the local estate team including the delivery of tool-box talks. Contribute to the continuous improvement of H&S management systems and compliance standards across the estate. Attend regular meetings of the H&S committee and liaise with estate staff on H&S matters. Ensure the Accident, Incident and Near Miss Reporting Procedure is followed locally. Review and maintain up-to-date Standard Operating Procedures relative to facilities management activities on site, using standardised templates Liaise with regulatory authorities as required including HSE, local authorities, Environment Agency and LFB. Support with the Implement of local procedures for the management of significant risks including those related to fire, asbestos, water hygiene and pool plant. Carry out regular inspections and H&S audits across the estate and action findings accordingly. Assist in the organization and coordination of fire evacuation drills and testing of emergency procedures. Energy & Utilities Carry out regular readings of utility meters and provide data to the Facilities department for central tracking and analysis with the Facilities Manager. Maintain accurate local schedules related to supplies, meters and points of isolation. Be familiar with the operation of the on-site BMS system and feedback data to the Facilities Manager & Facilities department as required. General Provide regular reports to the Facilities Manager & Facilities department as required. Liaise with Estate Management teams on FM functions ensuring that good lines of communication are maintained. Keep up to date with new legislation and industry best practice relating to facilities management. Actively participate in facilities management meetings and training/development exercises. Liaise with colleagues and report as necessary to Facilities Manager on matters relating to standards of facilities management. Actively promote the company, be positive about the culture and working methods with colleagues and clients. Qualifications To hold, or be working towards, membership of a relevant professional body including BIFM, CIBSE, RICS or IOSH. To hold, or be working towards, a NEBOSH or IOSH accredited qualification in Health & Safety. Experience Experience working in facilities or estate management for a minimum of 3 years (Essential) Experience in the management of external suppliers, contractors and consultants covering a range of services (Essential) Experience of the management and coordination of health, safety and welfare (Essential) Familiarity with facilities documentation including O&M manuals, drawings, engineer reports, compliance certificates and PPM planners (Essential) Experience working in a project environment and the handover of new schemes (Desirable) Experience working alongside multiple soft services trades and disciplines in including Security, Valet, Concierge and Housekeeping (Desirable) Personal Skills Be polite and courteous at all times to colleagues and clients Communicate verbally in a clear, concise and business-like manner. Make sure all written communication is presented in a professional manner ensuring grammar, spelling and format are appropriate for the recipient and purpose. Ensure problems that arise are dealt with and solutions found to ensure delivery to clients. Demonstrate the ability to make decisions both independently and collectively, having first evaluated all options. Support decisions with factual information. Assess own performance and attributes, actively seeking support to meet development needs and demonstrate an awareness of the impact on others. Ability to manage change
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