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Gas Supervisor Temporary, Full-time Northamptonshire Gas Supervisor required to join my client based in Northamptonshire on an immediate start. Looking for an experienced Gas Supervisor to manage the Gas Engineer team during a busy period to provide additional cover on a full-time, temporary to permanent position. As the Gas Engineer you will be required to carry out varied duties including: Supervising a team of 9 Gas Engineers Carrying out inspections of repairs and replacement works carried out Carrying out minor repairs on inspections if required Following an appropriate inspection regime to ensure compliance with all building and gas safety regulations Validating all gas certifications Carrying out risk assessments for the safe completion of gas works and associated building works Undertaking investigations into accidents/near misses relating involving your team Ordering materials as required ensuring that works are completed in a timely manner Ensuring the effective performance management of all elements of the gas service Working to meet or exceed performance indicator targets Promoting and achieving value for money Required skills and experience of the Gas Supervisor: CCN1 CENWAT CKR1 HTR1 CPA1 Gas Safety Registered You must also hold a valid driving licence and have access to a Van, although a Van can be provided if necessary The successful candidate will have a thorough understanding of current gas regulations and gas safety procedures If you believe you have the necessary skills and experience for the Gas Supervisor role, please apply now, or contact Tiffany Biddle at Sellick Partnership. Sellick Partnership is a market-leading professional services recruitment specialist operating across the UK. Over the years we have built up an enviable relationship with employers and our expert team of consultants boast up-to-date market knowledge and a strong reputation making Sellick Partnership best placed to help you. Please note our advertisements use years' experience and salary levels purely as a guide. We are happy to consider applications from all candidates who are able to demonstrate the skills necessary to fulfil the role. For information on how your personal details may be used by Sellick Partnership, please review our data processing notice https://(url removed)/data-processing-notice
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My client is looking for a Multi Skilled Maintenance Engineer to join the business and support them in the maintenance and repair of high end luxury properties within a portfolio. Client Details My client is part of global organisation which is a diversified international group with operating businesses across a number of sectors. Description The role wil include: Carpentry - 1st & 2nd fix Plumbing & heating Electrical Plastering - patchwork Painting & Decorating General Building & Multi Skilled Maintenance Profile Previous exposure; Kitchen & Bathroom Fitting Painting & Decorating Carpentry skills, kitchen fitting, door hanging, skirting board, flooring etc. Plumbing & heating - no gas qualifications required, however advantageous Electrical - basic qualifications desired Have the skill and ability to deliver work to an A* showroom finish. Job Offer This role is being offered on a initially a contract basis as they need someone immediately however could certainly lead to a permanent role or be offered on a permanent basis if desired
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  • £22.41 - £23.53/annum
We have an exciting opportunity for an Revenues Officer to join our offices based in the City of London o a temporary 2 months basis with the possibility of an extension. As the Revenues Officer, your main duties include: Be responsible for meeting individual and team targets in the delivery of the Revenues Service including Council Tax billing and recovery, NNDR including BIDs and HBOP recovery as agreed as part of the annual appraisal process, managing a specific case load with autonomy as part of the team's operation.Provide expert advice to your customers: · Respond to, take action and provide technical advice on customer's enquiries, information and applications by telephone, written correspondence, or face-to-face, accurately maintaining customer accounts.· Make all necessary investigations including requesting further information from the customer, other internal and external departments and any other relevant stakeholder/ party, recording information on appropriate databases and communicating the outcome in plain English to the customer, their representative or stakeholder.· Identify and take proactive action on revenues cases where there is a potential entitlement to discounts, exemptions or any other liability reductions.· Ensure agreed working practices, procedures and legislation including discounts are applied correctly, dealing with all enquiries in a polite and professional manner, remaining customer focussed at all times.To be successful for this Revenues Officer post you will need to have: Significant experience of Revenues administration, working practice and procedures preferably in a delivery role. Experience of dealing directly with, and advising, members of the public in a professional manner under all circumstances. Experience of attending and interviewing customers at Court. Experience of debt counselling. Experience of deputising for Team Leader and taking on additional responsibilities out side of normal job role. Ability to communicate effectively both verbally and in writing with a variety of people at different levels both in and outside the Council. Ability to co-ordinate, plan and prioritise the workload and meet deadlines when faced with conflicting priorities. Effective interpersonal skills, tact, diplomacy and listening skills to enable development of working relationships with customers, colleagues and all stakeholders. At least 3 years experience as a Revenues Officer with relevant knowledge of debt collection processes. Experience working in an income area communicating with customers in difficult situations and making sustainable payment arrangements. Experience of dealing with multiple debt types.Start Date: ASAP Working Hours: 36 Hours per week, Monday - Friday Pay Rate: £22.41 p/h 121 Jobs is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy
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  • £22.41 - £23.53/hour
We have an exciting opportunity for an Revenues Officer to join our offices based in the City of London o a temporary 2 months basis with the possibility of an extension. As the Revenues Officer, your main duties include: Be responsible for meeting individual and team targets in the delivery of the Revenues Service including Council Tax billing and recovery, NNDR including BIDs and HBOP recovery as agreed as part of the annual appraisal process, managing a specific case load with autonomy as part of the team's operation.Provide expert advice to your customers: · Respond to, take action and provide technical advice on customer's enquiries, information and applications by telephone, written correspondence, or face-to-face, accurately maintaining customer accounts.· Make all necessary investigations including requesting further information from the customer, other internal and external departments and any other relevant stakeholder/ party, recording information on appropriate databases and communicating the outcome in plain English to the customer, their representative or stakeholder.· Identify and take proactive action on revenues cases where there is a potential entitlement to discounts, exemptions or any other liability reductions.· Ensure agreed working practices, procedures and legislation including discounts are applied correctly, dealing with all enquiries in a polite and professional manner, remaining customer focussed at all times.To be successful for this Revenues Officer post you will need to have: Significant experience of Revenues administration, working practice and procedures preferably in a delivery role. Experience of dealing directly with, and advising, members of the public in a professional manner under all circumstances. Experience of attending and interviewing customers at Court. Experience of debt counselling. Experience of deputising for Team Leader and taking on additional responsibilities out side of normal job role. Ability to communicate effectively both verbally and in writing with a variety of people at different levels both in and outside the Council. Ability to co-ordinate, plan and prioritise the workload and meet deadlines when faced with conflicting priorities. Effective interpersonal skills, tact, diplomacy and listening skills to enable development of working relationships with customers, colleagues and all stakeholders. At least 3 years experience as a Revenues Officer with relevant knowledge of debt collection processes. Experience working in an income area communicating with customers in difficult situations and making sustainable payment arrangements. Experience of dealing with multiple debt types.Start Date: ASAP Working Hours: 36 Hours per week, Monday - Friday Pay Rate: £22.41 p/h
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  • £11.51 - £12.08/hour
We have an exciting opportunity for a Business Support Officer to join our clients offices based in City of London on a temporary contract basis for 3 months with the possibility of an extension. As the Business Support Officer your main duties will include: Responsible for delivering specific administrative processes that support the work of a service area or professional discipline. Requiring understanding of the context of operation and potentially legal or regulation activity that underpins actions. At this level the worker will be required to apply pre-set criteria but also seek out solutions to address presenting problems. Apply council wide administrative processes which support the work of the section or discipline; e.g. ordering goods and services etc. Maintain IT systems, including local and corporate IT systems, spreadsheets, databases, text files, web based outputs. Be able to respond to queries on at least one corporate IT system, give support to others and be able to produce appropriate outputs, e.g. reports. Working with council functions, colleagues or partner services to find out information and where appropriate coordinate responses to enquiries made internally or externally. On occasions queries may be multi-layered and responses may have longer term implications for the Council needing input from senior staff or other disciplines, legal, HR etc. Make contact by phone; compose correspondence and e-mails as part of the application of processes or in response to specific enquiries. Be accountable for related follow up action where appropriate to the role and section's purpose. Compose and produce written and statistical reports, using council IT systems, Microsoft Office suite or other appropriate software. This may be running standard reports or the worker may design for a specific need. Supervise one or more staff involved in the provision of administrative tasks - this will depend on the organisation of the Section, but the potential to supervise is integral at this level. In all areas, provide guidance on administrative matters to colleagues. To be successful for this Business Support Officer post you will need to have: Working knowledge of Microsoft Office at a level to compile; reports (including embedded tables / diagrams), correspondence, presentations, maintaining spreadsheets, meeting arrangements. Knowledge of how equal opportunities principles apply in administrative and customer services. To understand the principles of supervision. Literacy skills in order to research and produce reports, management information, non-standard correspondence, minutes and accurate records of meetings. Numeracy skills in order to compile statistical and financial information and undertake complex calculations. To have significant administrative experience including: interpreting policy/ procedural guidance, where courses of action are not clear, and advise others accordingly compiling and maintaining records and administrative systems both manual and computerised managing manual and IT records to achieve efficiency and confidentiality using a wide range of office equipment and ICT software organising and prioritising a workload, managing conflicting demands. working in a customer focused environment, Experience of composing written materials that meet customers' needs:- original correspondence, appropriate use of e-mail simple reports, administration of meetings including note/minute taking Good interpersonal skills and the ability to encourage positive working relationships with staff and colleagues.Start Date- 27/08/2019 Working Hours- 36 hours per week Monday - Friday Pay Rate- £11.51 p/h
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  • £12.85 - £18.49/hour
We have an exciting opportunity for a Telecare And Homesafety Officer to join our clients offices based in Southsea on a temporary contract basis for 3 months with the possibility of an extension. As the Telecare And Homesafety Officer, your main duties will include: To assess the needs of vulnerable adults within their own home for the provision of specialised telecare and telehealth equipment. To install telecare equipment following your completion of the assessment of the client's needs. Have an understanding of how assistive technology can help households live independently in their own home and assist with hospital discharge. To signpost to other departments within PCC when necessary. Responding to any immediate or planned maintenance as required and to decommissioning and retrieval of Telecare equipment as required. Installing specialist equipment to enable person to reside within their home where they have hearing or sight impediments. To undertake home safety inspection to help prevent accidents in the home.To be successful for this Telecare And Homesafety Officer post you will need to have: The successful candidate will be able to demonstrate the interpersonal skills and empathy required to work with a wide range of vulnerable people in a variety of circumstances. Extensive DIY skills including the use of drills and fixings Willingness to work unsocial hours when necessary Have the organisational skills to manage multiple workloads and limited resources. Have excellent people skills with the ability to resolve conflict, but have a sympathetic, friendly and empathetic manner to be able to understand the situations of our customers. Have knowledge of Microsoft packages, including emails and databases (we currently use IDOX). The role does require some basic administration work on a computer and telephone and working within an office environment. The ability to learn quickly and to understand and work with new concepts A van is provided by Portsmouth City Council to allow you to undertake this role - you will need a full clean driving licenceStart Date- 20/08/2019 Working Hours- 37 hours per week Monday - Friday Pay Rate- £12.85 p/h
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  • £15.21 - £16.64/hour
Today I am reaching out to you as my client has reached out to me. They are looking for someone to start working with them on a temp (possibility of temp-perm) basis - Working in the heart of Kent for a well known Housing Association. Title: IDVA (Independant Domestic Violence Advocate - Qualified). Duration: Temp for an initial 3 months (Possibly Temp - Perm). Location: The successful candidate will be required to travel between these areas (Sittingbourne, Graves end and Dartford). Start Date: ASAP. Hours: Their core hours are between 8am and 6pm, but with IDVA's we have to be flexible and they generally work earlier. Some work 7:30 - 3:30 or 8 - 4 due to the role. Sometimes the only opportunity to speak is on the school run. We are pretty flexible as long as the 36 hours are covered. Rate: Paye: £15.21 ph / Umbrella: 16.64ph. Must hold: Enhanced DBS. Full UK drivers licence and own car. IDVA qualification.If you meet the criteria and have the relevant requirements please do not hesitate to send you CV through and someone will be in touch shortly. Eden Brown Synergy is an equal opportunities employer. For more opportunities, please visit (url removed)
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We have Fire Marshal vacancies for a large residential development in Greenwich, SE10. Working for Abbatt's Dual Management, your hard work will always be recognised and we can support you fully with your training needs. Key Responsibilities: Carry out regular indoor and outdoor patrols Monitor the site for hazards, damage and defects Provide a welcoming and courteous service to residentsAbout you: We're looking for someone with previous fire marshal or security experience, who has strong customer service skills and is happy to use their initiative. As you'll be patrolling people's homes, professional conduct and strong communication is essential. Hours: night shifts Location: Greenwich, SE10 Apply with your. CV today or give us a call on (phone number removed). If you've not heard from us within two weeks, please assume your application has not been successful on this occasion
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Maintenance Assistant - Padstow Full Time - 40 hours per week £9.07 per hour We're looking for a proactive and hands on Maintenance Assistant to join our maintenance team. As Maintenance Assistant you'll provide planned and reactive maintenance support across our restaurants, guest rooms, retail sites and public areas. Rick and Jill Stein opened The Seafood Restaurant in Padstow, Cornwall back in 1975. From humble beginnings the business now employs up to 700 passionate people and includes twelve restaurants, 40 hotel rooms, self-catering accommodation, four foodie shops and a cookery school. Although you'll be based in Padstow this role covers all of our restaurants, rooms and retail sites across Cornwall. This is a 12 month contract and requires applicants to hold a full UK driving license. What you’ll get from us: 50% discount in our restaurants and 20% discount in our shops Opportunities to grow your career and experience different styles across our teams Team events with the opportunity to meet Rick Stein and Jill Stein Free access to our provided by leading charity Hospitality Action A complimentary anniversary meal after 1 years’ service Preferential rates for friends and family at our cookery school A reward when you recommend a friend to work with us Rewards as part of our recognition scheme up to £250 Support with finding accommodation locallyApply now: If you’d like to join our team click apply to send us your CV. We look forward to hearing from you
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A local authority based in East Anglia is currently seeking an experienced Asset Manager. You will be working with a growing team who are predominately field based and manage a portfolio of commercial and other non-residential assets. The team has a varied workload ranging from all aspects of Landlord and Tenant, supporting the estate, service charge analysis, telecoms, compulsory acquisition, advising Development colleagues of the valuation and management aspects of commercial elements in residential schemes, community assets, managing external partners, and general initiatives to promote financial and quality value from owned assets. About the role Ensuring up to date records of non-residential assets (including offices, retail premises, community facilities, land, and allotments) are maintained, and that information is reconciled between sources to validate accuracy. Implementing systems for receiving regular evidence from tenants, lessees, and occupiers of compliance with relevant statutory and regulatory obligations pertaining to the nature of the asset occupied and ensure the same is provided to tenants, lessees and occupiers in accordance with obligations. Actively and effectively managing assets in line with the Asset Strategy and agreed KPIs including income maximisation and collection, void periods for commercial premises, and ensuring that leases and agreements remain within date and that trigger points are utilised to maximise income. Ensuring that valuations are obtained for rent reviews, lease surrenders and disposals of commercial and community premises. Leading on all aspects of commercial negotiations including with purchasers concerning ransom strips, with telecommunications providers regarding income from masts and aerials, and with landlords and tenants concerning schedules of dilapidations and condition to maximise income and minimise cost for the business. Procuring and managing services provided by third party lettings and managing agents and other consultants and liaise with legal services providers to drive lettings and disposals. What you need Proven knowledge and expertise of commercial asset management including knowledge of current landlord and tenant legislation relating to commercial premises Thorough understanding of commercial leases Demonstrable commercial negotiation skills Background in acquisitions and disposals Educated to degree level (or equivalent) / chartered surveyor / member of RICSContract The position will be for an initial 6 month contract and there has already been indication that an extension is possible. The contract will run off a 37 hour week, with homeworking and compressed hours available once you settle into the role. What to do now If you would like any further details about this position, please contact Ben at Park Avenue Recruitment. If this job isn't quite right for you but you are looking for a new position, please contact us for a confidential discussion on your career. We do not advertise all of our vacancies, especially if we have suitable candidates in mind to undertake the work we get in. To get the best chance at securing the perfect contract for you, let us know your preferences and we will be happy to call you when we find a position that you may be interested in
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