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IT SERVICE / SUPPORT TECHNICIAN PC AND LAPTOP REBUILDS: RUNCORN AREA: £(Apply online only) PER DAY, 3-6 MONTHS INITIAL CONTRACT. FANTASTIC GROWING FINANCIAL SERVICES COMPANY. GREAT ENVIRONMENT TO WORK IN, FAST MOVING AND DYNAMIC. The Client Our client is an award-winning and fast-growing financial services company, providing market leading corporate finance and working capital solutions to the largest blue-chip companies in the world. Their financial services are supported, developed and managed by a professional and experienced IT team. Due to continued growth we are currently seeking a contract support technician to fulfill a role within their IT services team, initially for 3-6 months. The Role Primary Focus The primary focus will be on wiping and rebuilding laptops and desktops. So essentially experience with DBAM and installing fresh Windows 10 and device drivers. Additional experience in extracting driver sets from various Lenovo model laptops and various Dell desktops using various tools would be advantageous but not essential. The individual would need to be organised and keep a full inventory of the work being completed i.e. update asset register; recording hardware faults and needs i.e. new HDD or RAM etc. and providing a daily update on progress. Other Accountabilities: Provide high quality Customer Service and Communication Troubleshoot and resolve logged support issues, in an efficient manner. Working on high impact issues to ensure services are resumed quickly. Provide hands on software and hardware support Use reports to ensure users systems are running efficiently Application administration & support (Enterprise and in house built) Meet response time and customer satisfaction targets Support the configuration, maintenance and upgrading of a Microsoft Windows client environment. Be involved in both reactive and problem management of customer IT issues in line with ITIL best practices Skills and Abilities: Anti-Virus & Security Windows 7,10 MS Office & Office 365 desktop products Excellent communication and organisation skills Recognised IT qualification such as NVQ ITIL v3 Foundation Experience of working at speed Flexible, adaptable and able to deal with ambiguity Thrives in a collaborate teamworking environment Customer centric mindset with a can-do attitude High degree of personal integrity, honesty and professionalism Is This You? If the above describes you, then we want to speak with you. Send your CV to us and if you fit the bill then we will be in touch within 24 hours to discuss the role and our client in more detail
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  • £90 - £110/day
Are the late nights marking and early mornings planning getting tiresome? Do you love teaching but hate all the pressure and paperwork? Academics are looking to support various Portsmouth Secondary schools in securing supply cover over the next Academic year. We are looking for fully qualified teachers able to undertake various contracts from day to day sickness cover to longer term sickness cover. This may involve early morning calls for work the same day as well as undertaking days of general cover whereby you could be covering various subjects throughout the curriculum. You must be a teacher with QTS that has recent experience in a UK school. You can manage your own schedule and choose when and where you will be happy to work. You MUST - Be available a minimum of 2 days per week Have recent UK experience Be reliable and flexible Have solid behaviour management skills Be happy to run an enhanced DBSBenefits of working as a supply teacher - Fully flexible schedule that you can manage yourself Competitive rates of pay Supportive consultant able to give you feedback Caring and listening attitude so you can only be put forward for work you would do No marking or planning!!!!If you are at all interested please give me a call on (phone number removed) or email over your CV to (url removed)
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Dry liners required to start in the Canterbury area ASAP. Long term work on a new build site with a standard 45 hours per week on site. The work will also involve dot and dabbing, bonding boards to walls using adhesives as well as standard fixings to walls and ceilings. Requirements for the role; * Experience in dot and dab work on construction sites * A CSCS card * Full PPE If you are interested in further information, please call James (phone number removed) or (phone number removed)
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Our client seek experienced Social Workers to join their team in Stockton. Caseloads consist of Child in Need, Child Protection and Court cases. Candidates are expected to have a minimum of 2 years’ experience, with excellent skills and knowledge in the completion of Single Assessments, undertaking Safeguarding enquiries, experience in managing Child Protection cases, cases within both Private and Public Proceedings and knowledge of the Public Law Outline. Candidates are required to complete in-depth reports in both a timely and analytical manner. In return, our client is able to offer three nights paid accomodation to Social Workers from outside the area, flexible working, incorporating consolidated working (e.g. working 9 out of 10 days (74 hours), a designated working area, free access to their in-house training facilities (whilst unpaid, flexibility will be given for candidates to accrue working time utilised to attend any such course), free on-site office car parking, opportunities for home working in line with service need, paid mileage at 46.9p per mile. Additionally, they have a caseload management point system to indicate individual staff and team workloads. To reduce demands on Social Work time, they have designated admin provision including effective typing support and a contracted Resource provider to facilitate supervised contacts
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Main Purpose of the Job To plan and undertake consultation projects as part of the Corporate Community Engagement Team. To work to ensure that consultation and research projects undertaken by the Council are carried out to robust methodological standards; Main Duties and Responsibilities 1 To conduct a range of surveys with the public to assess attitudes to and satisfaction with Council services. 2 To design and undertake a range of other quantitative and qualitative consultation exercises to inform Council policies and services, including contributing to large scale Council wide consultation exercises. 3 To establish and maintain survey files using Snap software and conduct analyses on a wide range of survey data. 4 To present consultation and research findings in user friendly formats suitable for a variety of audiences. 5 To provide practical assistance to members of the Team and services across the Council to undertake consultations. 6 To support and advise colleagues across the organisation on their choice of consultation methods, and to ensure consultation and research projects are appropriate and use robust methodologies. 7 To carry out any other duties that may be reasonably required. 8 All staff are expected to carry out their job in compliance with the Councils Constitution. This means being familiar with the policies and procedures relevant to the job and asking for information and advice if you are unsure of the correct course of action. The Council’s Constitution is published on the Internet. Qualifications: Essential: ·Educated to degree level, or equivalent. Knowledge and Experience: Essential ·Proven track record of involvement in effective public consultation. ·Experience of designing, implementing and completing a range of consultation projects. ·Experience in collecting, handling and analysing large amounts of information, and presenting this to a variety of professional and lay audiences in an understandable form (in particular numerical information). ·Experienced in the use of survey software. ·Excellent skills in designing and undertaking quantitative consultation projects. ·Good numerical and analytical skills. ·Good level of computer literacy– word processing, databases, spreadsheets and Microsoft applications are essential. Desirable ·Possessing some experience of local government. ·Knowledge of and experience in the use of qualitative consultation methods. ·Familiarity with Customer Insight techniques ·Experienced in the use of SNAP survey software
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Supervisor Job Description Responsibilities: To understand and have a full working knowledge of mechanical, control systems on Trust plant and equipment. To carry out supervisory duties in support of the Estates Officer in the management of the maintenance team To fully understand the relationship of a craft persons work with his/her own work. To produce and input works dockets using the Planet Maintenance system. To raise and distribute work dockets as required for maintenance activities using the Planet Maintenance Management system. To prioritise work dockets and manage the workload using the Planet Maintenance Management system. To record work completed and time taken for each work docket on paper or on electronic devices (PDA). To carry and respond to electronic communication system (portable Radios) in line with the policy and procedure for said system. Typical equipment you will be required to maintain/repair will include but not limited to Air Handling plant, Chillers, Air compressors, Pumps sets, boiler plant both steam and gas, generator sets, Water distribution systems. Requirements: Completion of plumbing apprenticeship and/or qualified to a minimum NVQ level 3 in plumbing maintenance/installation or equivalent. Experience working as a supervisor, preferably within healthcare environment. The list of requirements is not exhaustive and may require additional activities which are reasonable requests
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Our premium brand Automotive client is currently recruiting for the following role: Division: Special Vehicle Operations Position Description: Coordinating and carrying out test programmes for materials technologies, including , planning, implementing and tracking the test programme to completion, issuing technical reports with conclusions. Activities being laboratory testing and analysis on various test equipment across a broad range of materials, e.g. metals, polymers, paints, and soft trim. Some problem solving on issues related to materials. Majority of work will be materials approval on trim materials and paints / coatings. There will be a small level of metallurgical analysis. Skills Required: 3 key skills required - Knowledge of automotive trim components, technologies and materials - Ability to plan, implementing and tracking test programmes to completion - Laboratory testing and analysis, to include problem solving on issues related to materials and issuing technical reports Experience Required: - Experience in automotive materials, testing and approval essential. - Proven track record in managing test plans and organisation skills for multiple activities around testing. - Good ability with Microsoft office applications Experience Preferred: Technical knowledge of automotive materials in trim area, paints and coatings. Metallurgy as a bonus. Please note to apply for this position, you MUST have either a UK or EU passport or a Visa that does not require sponsorship of any kind. The services advertised by Premea Limited for this vacancy are those of an Employment business. Premea is a specialist recruitment consultancy representing clients in the UK and internationally within the Automotive, Motorsport and Aerospace sectors
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  • £15.75/hour
Principal Accountabilities and Responsibilities: 1. Be responsible for a caseload of routine legal work which may involve: * Drafting correspondence, documents, notices, orders, giving advice in writing * and on the telephone and in person * Research * Administration * ( Other Specific areas relating to the post) 2. Where relevant to the work area, attend court as an advocate or with Counsel in straightforward applications or similar. 3. Assist and support team members particularly the Principal Solicitor, Senior Solicitor and Assistant Solicitor 4. Attend to the post holder's own day to day administrative work and maintain appropriate electronic records. 5. Assist other team members with electronic filing as required. 6.Prepare bundles for court hearings in accordance with Practice Directions issued from time to time 7.Take notes at hearings and conferences with Counsel 8.Participate fully in the Social Services Team and to assist and support the lawyers and any other member of the team as required 9.Attend to the post holders own day to day administrative work and maintain appropriate records 10.Keep up to date with new and proposed legislation, new cases, and other developments and to review and give basic advice as required 11.Keep the Senior Lawyer (or Principal Lawyer) informed of any important issues arising which may affect the satisfactory progress of the cases 12.Carry out duties with due regard to the Council’s Customer Care, Equal Opportunities, Information Governance, Data Protection and Health and Safety policies and procedures. Undertake any other duties commensurate with the general level of responsibility of this post. Knowledge and Qualifications: Qualifications: Essential, 2:1 level Law Degree or equivalent Knowledge Preferably, knowledge of the law and practice relating to children in need, child protection and adoption Experience: 3. At least 1 year experience of administrative work in an office environment dealing with correspondence, filing, preparing documents and using IT systems 4. Preferably, experience of social care legislation in particular child protection legislation, court structure and procedures
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MAIN PURPOSE OF JOB To provide an efficient and effective service to the residents of the Royal Borough and other customers ensuring the best customer care practices are adopted.Dealing specifically with customer enquiries in the Customer Services Centre and in the Call Centre on a wide range of parking issues including suspensions and parking enforcement. The post holder will also be responsible for the suspending and lifting of suspensions on public pay and display bays and residents’ parking spaces.This includes applications for skip licences, temporary structures and plant and material licences. Working within the Road Traffic Act Legislation, Traffic Management Orders and the Council’s policies and procedures, the post holder will respond to customer enquiries in a professional and equitable manner contributing towards the Department’s overall parking policy aims. JOB ACTIVITIES 1. Respond positively to enquiries and complaints made by customers in the Customer Services Centre ensuring that the best customer care practices are adopted at all times.Dealing with difficult customers in a tactful and diplomatic manner. 2. Undertake telephone duties in the Call Centre giving accurate advice to customers on a wide range of parking issues, ensuring that all calls are responded to politely by giving the appropriate greeting including the post holder’s name. 3. To ensure that the best use is made of manual and computer systems in place within the Department and Section.Identify and suggest enhancements to existing systems as means of improving efficiency. 4. Working within the Council’s financial regulations and audit requirements, take cash, credit card and cheque payments for dispensations, skip licences, temporary structure licences, plant and material licences and suspensions.This includes taking credit card payments by telephone. 5. Process applications from statutory bodies, private companies and the general public for parking suspensions, skip licences, temporary structures, plant and material licences. 6. Consider applications for refunds ensuring that financial procedures are adhered to ensuring that all systems are updated accordingly. 7. Working within the Council’s financial regulations and audit requirements, process credit and debit card payments in respect of suspensions, skip licences etc by fax and post. 8. Ensure that information on suspension requirements is given to the on-street Suspension Officers accurately and timely. 9. Assist with the supervision and training of new and inexperienced staff, providing support and sharing knowledge when required. 10. Keep abreast of changes and developments in parking related issues.Participate in local software development and assist with the training of less experienced staff in use of computer software applications. 11. The post holder is required to participate in a section rota undertaking the whole cross-section of duties covering the Customer Services Centre, Call Centre and Suspensions. The content of the job description may be amended to reflect changes to service delivery, legislation and policy Experience ·Working in an Enforcement environment (D) ·Demonstrable use of IT on a daily basis (E) ·Working with the minimum of supervision and as part of a team (E) ·Working in a pressurised frontline Customer Services environment (E) ·Cash and credit/debit card transactions (D) Skills Required ·Ability to work in a pressurised environment and achieve deadlines ·Ability to maintain high levels of motivation and attention to details ·Ability to embrace new challenges and adapt to change ·Ability to deal with difficult and often angry or abusive members of the public over the telephone and in person, in a calm and professional manner ·Ability to learn quickly ·Ability to work in an organised and methodical fashion ·Ability to work flexibly
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Candidate needs strong team management skills combined with a knowledge of home ownership, service charges and knowledge of conveyancing transactions. Managing at team of 5 people dealing with pre-assignment requests, name/address change requests and assignments of the lease. Strong management skills are essential to the role. Housing Manager Job Summary The role is responsible for leading and managing a team of staff to deliver effective housing services. Duties will include monitoring team performance, develop and implement an enhanced customer focus approach to drive estate management / neighbourhood services. The Manager will ensure that the team provides effective and appropriate responses to residents’ and Members’ queries and complaints. Duties require partnership with other departments and external agencies to contribute to the Council’s objectives. Candidate Profile 1. Educated to a degree level with the Chartered Institute of Housing or similar professional qualification. 2. Sound knowledge of housing management services, legislation and regulations relevant to the public sector responsibilities. 3. Knowledge of housing finance and budgetary control. 4. Extensive experience of a wide range of housing management functions in the public sector. 5. Experience of working with a multi disciplinary team in a managerial or supervisory capacity. 6. Ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing. 7. Ability to lead and motivate staff to meet deadlines, improve standards and performance and prioritise workloads in a changing environment. 8. Ability to analyse and evaluate statistical and other management information producing detailed reports and presentations on findings
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