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Job Title: Finance Administration Clerk Location: Belmont, Durham Salary: £19,446 - £23,111 per annum Job Type: Fixed Term – 12 Months, 37 hours per week (Monday – Friday) Closing Date: 31st December, 2018 at 17.00 Testing and Interview Dates: Either 11th or 14th January 2019 Possible Start Date: 1st February 2019 Role Overview: The Service is seeking to appoint for maternity cover a suitably qualified, enthusiastic and self-motivated finance administration clerk to join the finance team based at Fire and Rescue Service HQ at Belmont Business Park, Belmont, Durham. Your responsibilities will cover a broad spectrum of finance and administrative activities. The post-holder will predominantly undertake payroll processing with general administration support on financial and procurement procedures. The post holder will commence as a Grade 5. Grade 6 can only be achieved on completion of the AAT level 4 qualification (which is funded by the Service) and by the post holder demonstrating experience against the essential criteria specifically outlined in the job specification for this grade. Main Duties and Responsibilities: * Facilitate prompt and efficient payment of salaries and payroll related allowances and expenses as required * Assist in the provision of accounting information and costings as required * Assist in meeting other financial deadlines e.g. invoice payments, raising debtor accounts, petty cash, banking etc. * Provide assistance and administrative support to the procurement function within the section Preferred skills and experience: * Significant experience in a payroll environment * A strong work ethic and ability to problem solve * Good interpersonal and communication skills * Excellent IT skills with attention to detail * Ability to work to deadlines under considerable levels of pressure * A flexible and supportive approach Please click on the APPLY button and CHECK YOUR EMAILS to complete the attached application form. Candidates with experience of: AAT Qualified, Finance Clerk, Finance Administrator, Payroll, Payroll Adviser, Payroll Administrator, Payroll Assistant, Payroll Specialist, HR, Human Resources, Accounts Assistant, Accounts Administrator, Finance Assistant, Finance Admin, Financial Assistant, Accounts Admin, Finance Admin, Bookkeeping, Credit Controller, Purchase Ledger Administrator, Purchase Ledger Assistant, Assistant Accountant may also be considered for this role
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Workshop Engineer Competitive Salary + Excellent Benefits The Company - Workshop Engineer My client is one of the world’s leading suppliers of instrumentation and controls equipment. This instantly recognisable manufacturer employs over 20,000 people and has representation in 120 countries. Their forward thinking range of products are trusted by professionals globally. As a market leading organisation, product innovation, a continued commitment to research and development, excellent levels of customer service and good people are fundamental to their future success. The Role - Workshop Engineer Following planned expansion, they now seek to recruit a technically focused Senior Workshop Engineer responsible for ensuring that all repairs are carried out effectively and efficiently in order to maintain an excellent level of customer satisfaction. Your Background - Workshop Engineer To be considered for this exciting opportunity, you must be able to demonstrate a background working in an electronic / engineering environment. You will have a ONC / HNC / HND or equivalent in Electrical / Electronic Engineering or a similar discipline. You will have a strong customer focus and excellent organisational skills with the ability to motivate your team, working to continually improve performance. The Benefits - Workshop Engineer In return, my client is offering a package unrivalled by their competitors, including an excellent benefits package and industry recognised product training, ongoing as new products are introduced. This vacancy is being advertised by TRS Consulting. The services advertised by TRS Consulting are those of an employment agency and / or employment business
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  • £800 - £1500/week
Ganymede Solutions are currently recruiting for several domestic gas engineers for installation in and around Tyne and Wear, Newcastle, Sunderland, Durham, Middlesbrough, Darlington, postcodes NE, SR, DH, DL, CA, TS. Do you want… To earn £800 to £1500 per week? Enhanced rate for over time? To be paid weekly every Friday? To work in your local area? Guaranteed regular work? Guaranteed access to your pre-booked jobs? A flexible contract? Part time or full time 3 to 5 days a week? Ongoing contract with no end date? Freedom to do private work? If the answer is yes to these questions, then read on. You will be working in domestic private properties. The work will be carrying out a mixture of boiler swaps, conversions and occasionally some full systems. You will take a proactive approach to health and safety with the aim of creating a safe environment for all. A high standard of workmanship is a must whilst completing installs in a timely manner. You will be keen to offer a high-quality customer service and minimise disruption to the customer where possible. There is guaranteed regular work which will keep you busy every week all year round. Requirements MUST HAVE CCN1, CENWAT1, HTR1, CKR1, OWN GAS SAFE REGISTRTIAON, OWN VAN, PUBLIC LIABILTY £2 million “Our passion for people drives us to build great teams, always putting safety first.” If you would like further information and are interested in this role, or you know someone who may be interested, call the Ganymede Energy Team ask for Chris (Apply online only) or apply below. Not quite right for you but you are looking for a new position, please contact us for a confidential discussion on your career and other available opportunities
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  • £11.61 - £14.18/annum Paid PAYE
Nineteen Recruitment are a teacher owned, independent agency that specialise in the recruitment of temporary and permanent staff for the Educaiton, Social Care and Public Sectors. We are delighted to be workign with a fantastic client, recruing on their behalf for a full time Lecturer of Health, Care and Education. This is a contracted post until the end of July 2019. You must hold or have: A minimum Level 5 teaching qualification - DTLLS, CertEd or equivalent A professional, vocational or graduate qualification in the field to be taught. Vocational and professional qualifications need to be at least at NVQ Level 3 or equivalent and at least one level above the level to be taught. Current assessor award – D32/D33 or A1 or equivalent The experience we are looking for: Significant teaching experience within post 16 and 19+ learners Experience of teaching and supporting learners with additional learning needs or with challenging behaviour Experience of following a quality assurance framework Experience of collaborative working within a team Experience of using E-Learning Technologies Experience of delivering a range of appropriate qualifications within the subject area and sound understanding of awarding body requirements Experience of using virtual learning environments (VLE) and maintaining own resources on a VLE Experience of assessing learners through a range of methods including professional discussion, observation, witness testimony and performance evidence Experience of providing information, advice and guidance Experience of monitoring the health and safety of learning environments and work places to ensure safety of learners The skills you will have: Good or outstanding teacher who is willing to share good practice, has innovative and effective teaching strategies to improve understanding and skills levels Able to identify and address the differing needs of a wide range of learners Able to use a range of teaching materials and resources Good ICT, administrative and organisational skills Able to develop effective relationships and motivate groups of learners Good oral and written skills Effective planning skills to deliver programmes of up to two years duration Ability to work to deadlines Ability to work with minimal supervision, often out-of-hours The role itself: The post holder is accountable to the Programme Lead Health Care & Education and will be required to work across other programme areas as required. The role will require the development of positive working relationships with a wide range of organisations and partners locally and regionally to ensure the Service delivers a wide range of high quality learning opportunities across the County. The post holder will participate in the planning and development of programmes and to carry out teaching and learning activities both face to face and through remote distance learning opportunities across the county . The post holder will be required to supervise any learner support assistants allocated to their classes; prepare the learning environment including the handling and setup of specialist equipment, resources and materials as determined by the course; to guide and direct learners on their progress throughout their planned learning journey as well as possible progression options; to monitor and advise on learner’s welfare including safeguarding, health & safety; to work with the centre staff including management and subject sector leads. The post may involve travel between centres and to employers premises including regular day time and evening working and the possibility of some weekend working. The working conditions could include classrooms, workshops / employers premises or in community venues. This may involve long periods of standing, manual handling, lifting, carrying and erecting of resources as well as some lone working before and after classes. Listed below are the duties and responsibilities this role will be primarily responsible for: To contribute to learner recruitment and selection including preparation of course descriptions and guidance and other marketing information as directed. To attend enrolment and recruitment events and provide advice on suitability of courses for individuals. To provide information, advice and guidance to prospective learners on the suitability of courses for learners and on wider issues connected with learning and work. To carry out initial assessment of learners skills, interests and aptitudes and devise the individual learning plan and learning and personal goals with the learner. To contribute to the development of resources and learning materials for courses. To prepare schemes of work, lesson plans and associated materials taking into account the needs of individual learners, the need to promote English and maths across every curriculum area, and the promotion of safety, health, equality, diversity, safeguarding and sustainability. To deliver good or outstanding teaching and learning, using innovative methods and e-learning and taking into account the needs of individual learners and support them to achieve their goals. To plan for and deliver additional learning support, personalised learning or adjust teaching strategies to deal with learners with additional needs. To implement assessment procedures that review and assess formative and summative progress of the learner and, where appropriate, to review learner’s progress with employers. To prepare learners for examination or assessment. Where directed, to act as a personal tutor or pastoral support to nominated individuals or groups of learners. To promote as directed, the learner support and learner financial assistance available. To promote progression into further learning opportunities for learners. To maintain quality assurance records including course records and reviews, personal learner records, caseload reviews, group profiles and any other documentation as directed by the subject lead and service management. To complete all learner data requirements required for the funding of the learner’s programmes including those associated with enrolments, learner agreements, attendance, withdrawals, completion, destinations and impact of learning. To contribute to identifying and nominating learners for the annual Awards ceremony and provide case studies to aid the celebration of learner achievement. To attend team meetings and other appropriate meetings as required including standardisation meetings with the subject lead in the relevant area. To contribute to the self-assessment process and business improvement planning including contribution of views and evidence to support judgements against the Common Inspection Framework. To participate in the Observation of Teaching, Learning and Assessment process and respond proactively to feedback and make improvements to teaching as identified. Is this you? Apply today
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Family Support Worker - Durham Available ASAP £9 - £10p/h 3 month ongoing contract Durham Council are looking to recruit a Family Support Worker based in the Peterlee area to provide support to Children and Families. Key Responsibilities: - Provide practical help and intensive interventions to families that contribute to meaningful positive change. - To build and maintain high quality and appropriate professional relationships with children, young people and their families. - To work with the family, the social worker and other colleagues to develop planned interventions with a clear focus on SMART outcomes. All CV’s should be supported by two satisfactory references and a current DBS disclosure. If you are interested in the role, or know of anyone who may be, please contact Rosie at Service Care Solutions on (Apply online only) or email Service Care Solutions also offers a £250 referral bonus! So if you know of anyone who would be perfect for this position and they are placed into work, you will receive £250 for the referral once their probationary period has been completed
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The contract length is initially 6 months will be reviewed for extension and is paying £400 per day. The Bridge IT are recruiting for a contract java software...
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  • £8.50/hour Fixed Term Contract – 4 months
Providing the very best care with the very best people. Over 95% of all HSG branches are rated as ‘Good’ or ‘Outstanding’ by Care Quality Commission – have you got what it takes to join us? * Recruitment Officer – Durham * Fixed Term Contract – 4 months * £8.50 per hour * Performance bonus * Colleague celebration fund Carol Brown and her team in our Durham branch are looking for a passionate, super organised and self-motivated individual to join them in providing the very best care with the very best people. The Durham branch, based in the heart of the local community, are on their HSG mission to provide the very best personalised care that customers recommend to their family and friends, commissioners prefer for their citizens, self funders select for themselves and our colleagues are proud of. Joining our busy team as a Recruitment Officer, you will be responsible for advertising community carer vacancies, pre-screening applicants, interviewing applicants to ensure that they meet our values and taking responsibility for moving the successful candidates through the compliance process. A great HSG Recruitment Officer is someone who is able to work at pace, has an eye for detail and is able to build a reliable team of community carers who are passionate about their jobs. We at HSG know that we are unique care company in the sector, what marks us out is our passion for quality, our commitment in providing the very best service we can and our working ethos. We have five values and these values are the principles that bind us together as an organisation, the DNA that runs through us all. Values * Always kind, always honest * We’re in it together * We are all accountable * Getting better every day * Working with you to give you the life you want Behaviours * We will be clear about what we do and why * We say ‘thank you’ and ‘well done’ * We celebrate our colleagues successes * We listen, we learn, we act * We acknowledge problems and always seek to find solutions * We aim to improve through curiosity, opportunity and challenge. About you; * Do you meet our organisation’s values and demonstrate the behaviours that define who we are? * Are you energetic, enthusiastic and positively embrace better ways of working? * Are you a people person; have strong customer service skills and enjoy talking to people? * Do you have an excellent telephone manner along with good communication, interpersonal and influencing skills? * Are you able to work to deadlines whilst ensuring accuracy? * Do you have strong organisational skills and are you computer literate? * Do you have experience of recruiting? This is a necessary If you would like to join our Durham team then please send a detailed cover letter stating your interest in the role as well as your most up to date CV and one of our friendly recruiters will give you a call today! We are an equal opportunities employer and welcome applications from all suitably qualified persons regardless of their: race, sex, disability, religion/belief, sexual orientation or age
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Workshop Engineer Competitive Salary + Excellent Benefits The Company - Workshop Engineer My client is one of the world’s leading suppliers of instrumentation and controls equipment. This instantly recognisable manufacturer employs over 20,000 people and has representation in 120 countries. Their forward thinking range of products are trusted by professionals globally. As a market leading organisation, product innovation, a continued commitment to research and development, excellent levels of customer service and good people are fundamental to their future success. The Role - Workshop Engineer Following planned expansion, they now seek to recruit a technically focused Senior Workshop Engineer responsible for ensuring that all repairs are carried out effectively and efficiently in order to maintain an excellent level of customer satisfaction. Your Background - Workshop Engineer To be considered for this exciting opportunity, you must be able to demonstrate a background working in an electronic / engineering environment. You will have a ONC / HNC / HND or equivalent in Electrical / Electronic Engineering or a similar discipline. You will have a strong customer focus and excellent organisational skills with the ability to motivate your team, working to continually improve performance. The Benefits - Workshop Engineer In return, my client is offering a package unrivalled by their competitors, including an excellent benefits package and industry recognised product training, ongoing as new products are introduced. This vacancy is being advertised by TRS Consulting. The services advertised by TRS Consulting are those of an employment agency and / or employment business
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KS2 Teaching Assistant, January 2019 Start Are you looking to work as a Teaching Assistant? Are you prepared to go the extra mile to make a difference to the quality of the pupils in your care? Supply Desk are looking to recruit an energetic Teaching assistant to work in a Primary school in Durham. The successful candidate will be working within a Key Stage 2 classroom. The role would require the candidate to work in a small group basis in a mainstream setting, whilst also providing 1-1 intervention outside the classroom on a timetable basis when required. Experience in working with pupils with SEN is preferential although not essential. The willingness to assist in extra curricular activities is also advantageous. This is a full time role starting January until the end of the Academic year (2019). In order to be suitable for this role you will need; To have previous experience working with children Child Workforce DBS on the update service 2x Successful References Level 3 trained If you possess the experience required and are interested in working in a mainstream school assisting SEN pupils, then please send an updated CV to or call us on (Apply online only). Do you know other great teachers or support staff? Simply refer a friend and we will pay you £100 for every person you refer to us once they have worked for 5 days. Supply Desk is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people. All of our roles are subject to stringent checks and procedures. To apply for this role, you need to provide or apply for an enhanced DBS certificate
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If you are a skilled carpenter, joiner or fitter, then why not become your own boss? Enjoy all the benefits of being self employed with none of the downsides as we will take care of all the sales and marketing to supply you with the work to keep you busy. Hammonds are the UK’s leading fitted furniture brand. We market our products through a network of over 90 stores and national advertising on TV, radio, print and online, so you have probably heard of us! We are a family business with a strong culture of quality services and products. We rely on self employed fitters to install our high end bedrooms and offices and with us fitting around 30,000 rooms per year; we can offer our Carpenter/Joiner/Fitter regular long term work around Durham and surrounding areas. Quality fitters with their own tools and transit size van have the opportunity of being able to earn at least £200 per day and the best bit - we arrange all of the work. No quotes, no paperwork, no hassle! We offer our Carpenter/Joiner/Fitter a training course in Leicestershire where we will pay for your time and accommodation. This will give you an opportunity to better understand our products before meeting our customers Whilst we try to keep work as close to home as possible, we do ask our self employed Carpenter/Joiner/Fitter to be flexible with their ability to travel as you may be required to cover installations across surrounding areas due to demand. If you have the skills and experience to join us as a Carpenter/Joiner/Fitter then please click apply and complete our simple application process. To upload your CV on an iPhone, candidates will need to use the iOS 'Open In' facility and transfer the CV from, say, Pages to iCab, from where you'll be able to upload it to the website. N.B: vacancies may be filled prior to the expiry date. Strictly no agencies please
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