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Are you a Plumber looking for your next Job in the Mid-Wales area? The Job: You will be working on Reactive Maintenance and Void property throughout Mid-Wales. Duties: * Leaks and blocks * Sink, bath and tap repairs and replacements * Reactive maintenance * Other trades you are able to turn your hand to: Tiling, patch plastering, basic carpentry. Requirements: * City & Guilds / NVQ Plumbing * Full UK Driving Licence Benefits: * Full-Time work * Company Van * Fuel Card Randstad CPE values diversity and promotes equality. No terminology in this advert is intended to discriminate against any of the protected characteristics that fall under the Equality Act 2010. We encourage and welcome applications from all sections of society and are more than happy to discuss reasonable adjustments and/or additional arrangements as required to support your application. Candidates must be eligible to live and work in the UK. For the purposes of the Conduct Regulations 2003, when advertising permanent vacancies we are acting as an Employment Agency, and when advertising temporary/contract vacancies we are acting as an Employment Business
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Payroll Administrator * Newtown, Powys * £18-22K * Fixed-Term-Contract, 12 Months * Maternity Cover Contract * Extended Handover Our client in Newtown is looking for a payroll administrator to join a friendly accounts team on a fixed-term basis. This role could suit an experienced payroll person or a numerate accounts administrator with an interest in payroll. Due to the specific nature of payroll within this business the contract will include an extended handover period with the existing administrator. Key Duties: * Accurate input of payroll data and checking payroll outputs * Running the weekly payroll * Produce weekly payroll reports for management accounts. * Produce payslips and distribute to supervisors/managers * Prepare for BACS transmission for submission by Financial Accountant * Run various payroll reports and save electronically for review by internal and external auditors. * Print out weekly payroll reports for financial accounts * Process all starters and leavers on to the payroll and the time and attendance system * Amend and maintain all changes to shift patterns and departmental movements on the time and attendance system. * Deal with all sundry payroll matters – P45, Government statistics, Employee letters and insurance claims Candidate Requirements: * Experience gained in a comparable role highly beneficial. * Demonstrable administration experience. * A knowledge of SAP beneficial. * Excellent communication skills both written and verbal. * Organised and able to prioritise. * Able to maintain confidentiality. * Computer literate with experience using Microsoft Office. * Excellent timekeeping. The Company: A growing manufacturer with an international presence offering multiple opportunities for career development. The Package: * £18-22K To Apply: Please click apply or email a recent copy of your CV to Shaun Kenyon at Travail Shrewsbury For further information please contact Shaun Kenyon at Travail Shrewsbury Travail Employment Group Travail Employment Group offers candidates a first class recruitment service tailored to meet your individual requirements. With knowledge of the local market and offering a diversity of career opportunities please feel free to contact one of our consultants. All candidates registering with Travail Employment Group will need to provide proof of identity, and evidence of any experience, training and qualifications our client considers necessary for this position. This vacancy is advertised by Travail Employment Group who are acting as an Employment Agency. Disclaimer Travail Employment Group are operating as an Employment Agency. Once you click to apply for this job your application will be immediately received by Travail Employment Group. If your application is successful a consultant will be in contact with you within the next 7 days. If you do not hear within the next 7 days you have not been successful on this occasion and unless otherwise advised, Travail will keep your details on file and contact you with future relevant opportunities
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  • £24000 - £29000/annum 24-29k per annum dependant on exp
Role Title: Portfolio Officer (Data) Salary: £24 - 29k per annum, depending on exp' Type of employment: Fixed Term - 5 month contract Hours per week: 37 hours per week, Mon - Fri Location: Any of the offices based across the UK We are recruiting a Portfolio Officer (Data) to the UK Portfolio team, which can be based in any one of our UK offices. You’ll access and analyse the broad range of data held by the Fund, and help other people in the organisation understand it so that their work can be informed by it. Your work will lead to our data being better managed, more used and more influential on our decisions and actions. Your approach will enable you to provide a suit of standard and bespoke reports / dashboards to Committees, senior directorate staff, managers and any other relevant decision makers (such as local panels) highlighting the reach and impact of the Fund’s grant-making. You will have the opportunity to undertake short research projects on a range of topics and issues, utilising data and your knowledge of our grant making and the wider policy context.” Job purpose The UK Portfolio tests and grows bold ideas that put people in the lead to address long-term social issues and to improve the quality of life across the UK and internationally. This is achieved in three ways: * Bringing people together, supporting communities to be part of and celebrate events of UK-wide significance * Growing great ideas, supporting the growth or adaptation of great ideas across the UK * Exploring new approaches, developing and test ways of building a stronger civil society Your role As an officer at the Fund, whatever your specialism, you’ll have plenty of scope for autonomy and responsibility. You’ll use your judgement and knowledge to make recommendations and decisions, and your skills in understanding the needs of different customers, providing advice and feedback will come to the fore. You won’t need much supervision or oversight from your senior colleagues taking personal leadership of your own work and your own development. You will take pride in your work and positively influence and engage with our customers and stakeholders both internally and externally. In this particular role, you will provide the critical role of providing peer support to seconded Funding Officers, using your advanced critical thinking skills and expertise (within community, youth, education, international development, health, ageing and/or environment) to ensure effective delivery of the portfolio. You will also be a talent spotter, capable of grasping what’s happening within the sector with the ability to work at pace in order to seize the moment and ensure the Portfolio is responsive to applicants’ needs. You will support the design of new products, the delivery of learning and development training and the management of complex grants and will be called upon to grants manage some of the portfolio’s highest profile Legacy grants. You will provide a bridge between the UK Portfolio’s core staff and its seconded staff and you will play a key role in chairing internal meetings, driving discussion, debate and challenge. You will need to travel extensively for this role, supporting seconded staff across the UK and you will spend a lot of time observing the work of our applicants, providing a critical lens to all work that is being proposed. You will be called upon to manage some of the UK Portfolio’s more complex, collaborative proposals. Of course, you’ll also need to work within the Fund’s policies and procedures and the necessary legislation, and in a way that is in line with our vision and principles. If the role is based in Wales, or supports customers or colleagues in Wales, an understanding of Welsh language legislation and the Welsh Language Standards of the Fund is required. Ideal * Skilled at research, analysis and consultation skills, with an ability to apply criteria and principles * Ability to use new and evolving data analysis technologies and visualization tools * Understanding of quantitative and qualitative research methods and data analysis practice * Ability to write and speak about complex ideas, information and impact in an engaging and simple way * Knowledge of the context for the third sector, the funding landscape and public policy and the people and organisations who are influential in this * Desirable to have worked in a similar role / similar tasks before (analysis, writing, sharing, developing policy). For more information or to apply direct please feel free to get in contact with me on (Apply online only) or alternatively I can be reached at Sophie.Howley @ Manpower .co .uk
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12 week TEMP TO *PERMANENT CONTRACT*. Our client UKs leading warehousing and storage company handling FMCG Goods;...
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