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Capital Site Services are looking for Slinger Signaller who can do a bit of Ground work when needed in Guildford Surrey starting ASAP.
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It is an IMMEDIATE START contract. This is an initial 3 month contract, aimed at Senior or Manager level KYC / AML professionals which may well extend.
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React/Node Developer – Contract – £550-600 per day – 6 Months. You will be joining a unique team whose mission is to ensure business software engineering teams…
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HR & Cultural Change Project Manager - £500-£580 a day - 6 Month initial contract - Inside IR35. I am seeking an experienced Project Manager who will be…
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This is a 3 month contract. I'm currently working with a London based independent creative agency with an exceptional team!
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McGinley Support Services is looking for Groundwork Labourers, for work on current and on-going project out of our Watford Office at Heathrow Airport. -The shifts are 10-11hrs 5 days a week (nights also available) -A DBS will be required (due to the location) if you have a criminal record we will not be able to process your application. Successful applicants will need: * CSCS Please send your CV's to (url removed) or Charlie on (phone number removed) for more details. McGinley Support Services (Infrastructure) Ltd is committed to equal opportunities and actively seeks applications from all sectors of the community. We are proud to be a disability confident employer/agency
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IT Support Engineer (12 Month Contract) Requirement for an IT Support Engineer to work on-site for a large IT Service provider in Central London for 12 months. *** Please note, previous experience in technical support is essential for this position *** You will be working for one of the largest IT Service Providers in London who povide varied technical support for household names and tier 1 banks. Skills Required: Previous Experience in 1st Line Support Call Logging/Troubleshooting Windows Server Networking ADIf interested, please reply with your CV immediately to be considered. For any more info please get in touch. Interviews wthis week for suitable candidates with the view to starting next week (w.c. 26/08) For more information about Shift F5 and the opportunities we have to offer follow us on Twitter @F5_Jobs Shift F5 Ltd is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy
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Your role as a Support Worker will be to provide care on a day to day basis, which includes personal care as well motivating them and encouraging independence. You should be physically fit due to the need for safe moving & handling of residents, occasionally using equipment to assist you (e.g. hoists or wheelchairs) and you should therefore have up to date Moving & Handling training and experience of using hoists and wheelchairs. You will have good knowledge and skills of how to support someone with learning disabilities. Prmoting independence is key during this role as you are only there to help support with their life, also lone working is another part of the role in which you will need to undertake and hit the floor running. Shift Patterns - 7am - 2pm - 2pm - 10pm You will need: -An up to date valid DBS otherwise you will need to apply for a new one with us -Valid Right to work in the UK - i.e. Passport/visa -6 months experience within care If you feel that you fit the above criteria, please apply to this advert with an up to date CV with all relevant care experience. For more information in the strictest of confidence e-mail Alex at (url removed) and quoting the job title and area. FRCE Recruitment Group: As one of the UK's leading recruiters, FRCE Recruitment Group specializes in all areas of Social Care Recruitment including Social Workers, Care Assistants, Social Worker Assistants, Community Support Workers, Residential Support Workers, Outreach Workers support workers. For the latest "Support Worker" opportunities please see our website for exclusive "(url removed)" opportunities across all areas. (url removed) The FRCE Recruitment Group is committed to equality and value diversity. We welcome applications from all suitably qualified persons regardless of their race, sex, disability, religion/belief, sexual orientation or age. We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults. By submitting your application to this vacancy you consent to The FRCE Recruitment Group holding your personal data on our database. For more information on our privacy policy please contact us on (url removed)
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Credit Controller in Higher Education Our client, a leading University based in central London are currently looking for a Credit Controller to join their team, assisting the section Supervisor as part of the student debt team to fulfil the responsibility of controlling debt management and ensure that unpaid debts within the assigned area are chased for payment in accordance with the College's credit policy, taking action where necessary to ensure that debts are kept to a minimum. They are particularly looking for some level of experience (ideally no less than 1 year) in consumer collections and ability to handle a high volume of live accounts, taking into consideration that there are 31,000 students at the university. They are looking for someone who is extremely enthusiastic, self-motivated and can demonstrate the ability to learn quickly what are a considerable number of policies and procedures. Location: Waterloo, London Pay: £14 per hour Type: Temporary, 35 hours per week, 9am-5pm Duration: 3 Months Start date: ASAPIn this role your accountability's and responsibilities: Ensure that unpaid debts within the assigned area are pursued within College policy and procedures. Have a professional manner in contacting customers regarding outstanding accounts. Liaise with other departments, staff and third parties to resolve queries in a timely and professional manner. Refer disputed items to the appropriate department for resolution and follow up as necessary in a timely manner. Be responsible for monitoring payment arrangements and extensions, where agreed by the manager, ensuring they are complied with and take appropriate action in the event of any default. Recommend to the section supervisor further action through County Court or outside agency where all previous efforts have failed to resolve the outstanding debt. Regularly check ledgers for maintenance and clearance of small balances or abnormal transactions and rectifying and occurrences of unmatched cash. Be responsible for processing over payments back to customers in line with college policy whilst being mindful of any exposure to fraudulent transactions or attempted money laundering. Ensure that correspondence and other queries received are actioned in a timely manner, and respond as required to queries from debtors or relevant members of College staff. Work with colleagues to ensure that individual and team objectives, set by the section supervisor, are achieved and contribute to overall team performance. Assist in other departmental duties as directed by the section supervisor.Key Skills and Experience Required: Computer literate, with ability to use computerised accountancy system. Create spreadsheets and word documents, with Microsoft Word, Excel and related databases. Ability to communicate effectively. Ability and willingness to adapt to changing workloads and priorities. Experience of credit control in an education establishment. A minimum of two year's experience in a credit control environment. A confident professional telephone manner. Prioritise own work load to meet overall objectives. Show sensitivity and understanding to student related problems.It is essential that you have both Credit Control and Higher Education experience to be considered for this role. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. Adecco is an equal opportunities provider. Adecco acts as an employment agency for permanent recruitment and an employment business for the supply of temporary workers. The Adecco Group UK & Ireland is an Equal Opportunities Employer. By applying for this role your details will be submitted to Adecco. Our Candidate Privacy Information Statement explains how we will use your information - please copy and paste the following link in to your browser
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Tradewind are recruiting! Are you looking for you next role teaching Music in Newham. Tradewind are looking to appoint a suitably qualified and talented Music teacher to join a community school based in the London Borough of Newham due to an unforeseen situation . This would be an immediate start for the right teacher. This is a great opportunity for a well-motivated and enthusiastic Teacher of Music to secure a new exciting opportunity. Applications from NQTs with an appropriate academic background are welcome along with more experienced Teachers. This client is a co-educational, inclusive school. Alongside promoting excellent academic outcomes, their school ethos supports students to become confident and well rounded, independent and creative, responsible and caring. Students are capable, hardworking and a delight to work with. Employees are valued and developed. You will want to make a real difference to young peoples' future, be passionate about achievement and standards along with your own professional development and progression. Behaviour is excellent. Parents and students have high aspirations and teaching spaces are inviting and well resourced. As a Music Teacher you will plan, resource and deliver lessons. You will create a pleasurable and stimulating learning environment for students, and fully implement routines and techniques for creating a culture of high expectations. The role is full time starting on the 5th September and would be to teach both Key Stage 3 & 4. Key Stage 3, Students will work on composing, performing and listening skills & Key Stage 4 would be OCR GCSE Music: Composition, solo & group performance, evaluating and appraising. Your challenge will be to inspire pupils to achieve at least expected progress and the majority to exceed that standard. We will look to you to support and encourage student participation in activities extending their educational experience outside the timetable too. Their curriculum is exciting and dynamic, with a broad curriculum in KS3 preparing the way for students to follow diverse interests and pathways in KS4. The school is within walking distance to West Ham, Plaistow, Canning Town and Star Lane stations and is close to the dynamic London Docklands and Canary Wharf. If this sounds like the role for you please contact me personally (url removed) for further details or register your interest with Tradewind for more details
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