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Solutions are are currently searching a sales administrator position on an interim basis based in Durham. Responsibilities • To raise job sheets, purchase orders and all other paperwork deemed necessary when an order arises • Organise and coordinate transport in relation to deliveries and customer orders • Liaising with suppliers and customers regarding orders and deliveries • Raising delivery and collection notes • Typing and sending of quotations • Creating and sending of invoices/credit notes on internal accounts software • Monitoring of payment terms and customer payments • Maintaining the daily score boards • Arranging travel and accommodation • To provide administrative support to the Managing Director, Directors and other staff • To undertake office reception duties, both in person and on the telephone, including taking messages for other staff • To operate manual and computerised office systems, for example filling of papers and maintain databases • Ordering of stationary, periodicals, equipment and other items • Drafting and sending basic letters • Dealing with incoming emails, post and faxes • Shared responsibility as per rota providing refreshments for office based staff • Any other task deemed necessary Personal Specification • Experience within an administration role • Good organisational skills, including the ability to work within tight deadlines • Ability to work flexibly and as part of a team • Be able to use and work on own initiatives • Ability to get on with a range of individuals • Good sense of humour • Good numerical skills • Good verbal communication with a friendly and pleasant telephone manner • To be able to work under pressure • Advanced typing skills • Experience of outlook, word, internet • Be reliable and dependable • Be prepared to take on board company’s core values If this is the job for you then please click apply
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Child Protection Social Worker **Part Time Opportunities Available*** Job Title - Qualified Social Worker - Child Protection Location - Durham Job Type - Contract Duration - 6 months + Pay Rate - up to £26-25ph Medicare currently have a fabulous opportunity for an experienced Social Worker to take on a role within Durham within the Child Protection team. The role will involve providing care to the most vulnerable children within Sunderland. The team are looking to appoint an individual with vast experience of working with vulnerable children. Duties will include: * Managing complex child protection case loads * Assessing risk and carrying out assessments and meetings with families * Completing section 47's * Attending courting, writing reports and statements * Expert witness * Child protection case conferences * Statutory looked after children reviews * Effective time management and accurate timekeeping and information recording You will need the following in order to be considered for the Role: * BA/MA/BSc/MSc Social Work, CQSW, DipSW, CSS or CCETSW approved equivalent). * It is also essential that you be registered with the HCPC. * Experience must have been gained post qualifying sufficient in order to settle quickly into this position. * Reference Details to cover employment for the previous 5 year work history * DBS on the update service or happy to process a new one 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 and offer vouchers worth £250 if you refer other successful Qualified Social Workers. If you would like to apply for this position or to find out more about this opportunity please contact Zara Murray by phone at 07710502339. Alternatively, you can email me at by attaching a Microsoft Word copy of your CV
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Families First - Durham Qualified Social Worker ***Part Time Working opportunities available *** Durham is looking for a children's Social Worker to join their Families First Team, based in various locations throughout Durham. The successful Social Worker will be expected to handle urgent incoming calls and assessments. They are looking for an experienced Social Worker that is used to working within a busy team, handling incoming urgent assessments and providing information and advice to public and other institutions. Benefits of the role as a Families First Social Worker: * Join a well-connected team * Stable authority * Training within the role * Autonomy in role As a Families First Social Worker you will be expected: * To be conversant with operational and practice issues pertaining to the delivery of frontline social work services for children, young people and their Parents/Carers. * To undertake Initial and Core Assessments of children and families in accordance with the Assessment Framework, ensuring that they are completed in a timely manner * To prepare and present reports for a range of purposes, including child protection conferences, child looked after reviews and court, and ensures that these are produced to a high quality standard. * To undertake on-going consultation and participation with children/young people, Parents/Carers and other professionals to ascertain their views, wishes and feelings about each child's Plan As a Families First Social Worker, you MUST: * Be HCPC registered * Be eligible to work in the UK * Be available to work 37 hours a week * Have a Full UK Driving License and access to personal vehicle * Be good with IT systems You will need the following in order to be considered for the Role: * BA/MA/BSc/MSc Social Work, CQSW, DipSW, CSS or CCETSW approved equivalent). * It is also essential that you be registered with the HCPC. * Experience must have been gained post qualifying sufficient in order to settle quickly into this position. * Reference Details to cover employment for the previous 5 year work history * DBS on the update service or happy to process a new one 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 and offer vouchers worth £250 if you refer other successful Qualified Social Workers. If you would like to apply for this position or to find out more about this opportunity please contact Zara Murray by phone at 07710502339 Alternatively, you can email me at by attaching a Microsoft Word copy of your CV
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Our client are a national heating contractor specialising within the social housing sector. They are currently recruiting for a self employed domestic gas service engineer to join them on a sub contract basis working in the Newcastle, South Shields and Middlesbrough area. This is an ongoing contract and you will need to have your own vehicle, gas safe and flue gas analyser. Minimum ACS Qualifications required: CCN1, CENWAT, CKR1, HTR1, CPA1. You will be paid on a price per job when servicing. If you are able to carry out breakdown work and take on breakdown work from the client you will be paid hourly from the start of the job until completion. If you have the correct qualifications and experience for this role please do not hesitate to get in touch with us on (Apply online only)
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Child Protection Social Worker - PART TIME Job Title - Qualified Social Worker - Child Protection Location - Durham Job Type - Contract Duration - 6 months + Medicare currently have a fabulous opportunity for an experienced Social Worker to take on a role within Durham within the Child Protection team. The role will involve providing care to the most vulnerable children within Sunderland. The team are looking to appoint an individual with vast experience of working with vulnerable children. Duties will include: * Managing complex child protection case loads * Assessing risk and carrying out assessments and meetings with families * Completing section 47's * Attending courting, writing reports and statements * Expert witness * Child protection case conferences * Statutory looked after children reviews * Effective time management and accurate timekeeping and information recording You will need the following in order to be considered for the Role: * BA/MA/BSc/MSc Social Work, CQSW, DipSW, CSS or CCETSW approved equivalent). * It is also essential that you be registered with the HCPC. * Experience must have been gained post qualifying sufficient in order to settle quickly into this position. * Reference Details to cover employment for the previous 5 year work history * DBS on the update service or happy to process a new one 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 and offer vouchers worth £250 if you refer other successful Qualified Social Workers. If you would like to apply for this position or to find out more about this opportunity please contact Zara Murray by phone at (Apply online only). Alternatively, you can email me at by attaching a Microsoft Word copy of your CV
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About the role Passionate about bikes as you are customers? Know your way around a bike and fancy turning your hobby into a career? Then how about working in one of our Halfords Bike Huts as a Bike Mechanic? Responsibilities will include; bike building, PDI as well as general repairs and servicing. You'll deliver exceptional customer service and specialist knowledge around the benefits of cycle maintenance and servicing. If you enjoy working in a fast paced busy environment with plenty of variety and chances to learn new things then you will love Halfords! About you Bring your personality, enthusiasm and passion for bikes, Retail and Customer Service and we'll give you the tools and training to be a success! From our 3 Gears training and Retail Level 2 Qualification to our Step up Programmes (up to Area Manager), Apprenticeship and Graduate schemes, the scope for development really is in your hands! If that's not enough to tempt you, we'll offer you the following benefits • A competitive salary • Annual leave starting at 5.6 weeks increasing to 25 days holiday plus 8 bank holidays • 25% colleague discount • Employee Assistant Programme • Save As You Earn share scheme • Access to a range of shopping discounts at high street retailers • Healthcare cash plan (self and family) • Long service awards • Trade Price Bike Scheme • Training courses available via our E-learning hub • Uniform About Us I'm sure you've heard of Halfords, after all with over 110 years' experience synonymous with travel, we're a household brand in the UK and ROI. In a nutshell, we're the UK's leading retailer of automotive and cycling products and also a leading independent operator in car servicing and repairs. In terms of success, our strategy is going from strength to strength - our aim to deliver group sales in excess of £1 billion by the end of financial year 2016 was actually achieved by the end of financial year 2015, a year ahead of plan! In the retail world this puts us in a great place. And just to add to this success, for the second year running we're one of the Sunday Times 'Top 25 companies to work for'. Advertised: 06 Oct 2017 GMT Daylight Time Applications close
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About Us Halfords are the UKs leading retailer of leisure and automotive products and the UKs leading operator in garage serving and auto repair. Our retail business boasts over 460 stores, on-line shopping, a delivery service and in-store collection. Just to top this off we are now one of the Sunday Times 25 best big companies to work for! We are seeking an experienced Apprenticeship Team Leader to join our award winning People Development team. Key Responsibilities Responsible for the leadership, operational management and performance of a team of assessors delivering apprenticeships in Retail, Customer Service, Team Leading and Warehousing Drive and achieve set KPI's and financial targets Maximise contract performance Maintain and develop positive internal and external relationships and communications Seek ways to improve operational performance Carry out monthly caseload reviews for your assessment team Carry out monthly assessor support visits Plan and deliver monthly team away days Work with your IQA to improve Quality within your team Manage the day to day running of the team dealing with queries and issues as they arise Person Specification Able to prioritise tasks, meet deadlines and handle multiple assignments Detailed knowledge of apprenticeships and Government funded programmes Experience in delivering in line with Ofsted and SFA requirements Experience of audits and inspections Flexible and adaptable Self motivated and proactive Target driven Ability to influence and problem solve Strong organisational skills Effective communicator with excellent interpersonal skills Be able to work remotely and as part of a team and manage time effectively Relevant sector experience D32/33/A1/TAQA D34/V1/IQA desirable Functional skills in level 2 Maths and English desirable PTLLS Must be flexible to travel with some overnight stays required Minimum 2 years management experience leading a team of assessors within work based learning IT literate Full clean driving licence Advertised: 02 Oct 2017 GMT Daylight Time Applications close
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About the role Passionate about cars as you are customer service? Do you possess auto knowledge, gained through working in the auto industry or as a hobby? (Ideally you will know how to fit 3 of the following; bulbs, blades, batteries, car seats, roof boxes). Then how about considering a career as a Halfords Auto Fitter! In this 'hands on' car maintenance role you'll find yourself fitting roof boxes, car seats, bulbs, blades, batteries and much more! You'll deliver exceptional customer service and specialist knowledge around the benefits of car maintenance and servicing. Every day will be an opportunity for you to both learn and utilise your mechanical skills and knowledge! If you enjoy working in a fast paced busy environment with plenty of variety and chances to learn new things then you will love Halfords! About you Bring your auto experience, along with your personality, enthusiasm and passion for cars, Retail and Customer Service and we'll give you the tools and training to be a success! From our 3 Gears training and Retail Level 2 Qualification to our Step up Programmes (up to Area Manager), Apprenticeship and Graduate schemes, the scope for development really is in your hands! If that's not enough to tempt you, we'll offer you the following benefits • A competitive salary • Annual leave starting at 5.6 weeks increasing to 25 days holiday plus 8 bank holidays • 25% colleague discount • Employee Assistant Programme • Save As You Earn share scheme • Access to a range of shopping discounts at high street retailers • Healthcare cash plan (self and family) • Long service awards • Trade Price Bike Scheme • Training courses available via our E-learning hub • Uniform About Us I'm sure you've heard of Halfords, after all with over 110 years' experience synonymous with travel, we're a household brand in the UK and ROI. In a nutshell, we're the UK's leading retailer of automotive and cycling products and also a leading independent operator in car servicing and repairs. In terms of success, our strategy is going from strength to strength - our aim to deliver group sales in excess of £1 billion by the end of financial year 2016 was actually achieved by the end of financial year 2015, a year ahead of plan! In the retail world this puts us in a great place. And just to add to this success, for the second year running we're one of the Sunday Times 'Top 25 companies to work for'. Advertised: 06 Oct 2017 GMT Daylight Time Applications close
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Do you have experience within Manufacturing Quality Control? Baltic Recruitment are currently working with a well-established Engineering business in County Durham who are looking to recruit a Quality Control Manager. The role will initially be for a fixed period of 12 months and will report into the MD. The main purpose of the role is to mentor and develop the existing team and make quality improvements across the business. Quality Control Manager Main Duties & Responsibilities: * To co-ordinate all activities required to direct and control manufacturing quality. * To ensure product quality requirements for individual clients and projects are understood and implemented. * To manage the quality of manufactured items to meet the requirements of contract specifications. * To continuously review quality control processes, procedures and capabilities to sustain the most cost effective and efficient methods for meeting quality requirements, and making recommendations for improvements as appropriate. * To control and direct all QC resources, operations and facilities to adhere to project programmes. * Manage and control all quality control activities in accordance with identified quality assurance standards, company procedures, client specifications and contract requirements. * To manage and direct a team of skilled, semi-skilled and technically based individuals through sound personnel practices such as performance management, coaching and identification of training needs. * To develop inspection and test plans. * To provide short and long term remedial action advice for any NCR's received * To produce data that identifies quality control trends. Quality Control Manager Applicants: * Have substantial experience in a Manufacturing Quality Control role * Be, at a minimum, an Associate member of an appropriate professional institution e.g. Chartered Quality Institute * Have experience and knowledge of ISO9001, ISO3834, BSEN1090, NHSS 19a and 20, and the associated standards * Have experience of working in a Mechanical Engineering environment * Have experience in the review and acceptance of material certification * Be able to define problems, systematically gather and analyse information, identifying root cause and effect and develop appropriate solutions * Actively encourage the development of individuals and act as a role model * Use coaching and feedback to inspire and motivate others * Have experience in structural steel manufacturing operation (desirable) * A HND or Degree in Mechanical Engineering (desirable) The Fixed Term Contract will be for an initial 12-month period. Competitive salary (discussed on application). Interviews are being held immediately so please apply today
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