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  • £27000 - £32000/annum
Lloyd Recruitment Services are working with our client in the local authorities sector on their search for a motivated and enthusiastic Housing Officer to join their small and friendly team based in Epsom on a 12 month contract. The purpose of the role is to work alongside the Triage Officer assisting with people requiring advice or who are in housing need, homeless or facing homelessness by providing them with personal housing plans to prevent homelessness wherever possible. Responsibilities: * To make use of all available housing resources in order to advise clients of all housing options and their legal rights * Asses application needs by identifying the correct support to give the customers by making appropriate referrals to support services * To carry out follow up casework, enquiries and negotiation including contact with third parties to ensure the tenants’ rights are met * Use IT packages to maintain accurate records for applicants to ensure correct statistic reporting * Develop and maintain close working relationships with our partner agencies and other support services * Assist and support with project work and provide front desk/telephone work when required * Attend a range of case conferences and meetings this includes giving talks/presentations to groups and agencies when required Skills required: * Able to provide efficient and high quality customer service at all times * Knowledge of Housing Service policies, procedures and documentation * Familiar with corporate policies and HR procedures * Knowledge of local housing conditions, profile of temporary accommodation and the general housing market * Understanding the needs of clients/customers in order to give professional advice NB: Unfortunately, due to the high number of applications Lloyd Recruitment Services receive, we are only able to contact shortlisted candidates. Key words: Housing Officer, Housing Act, Personal Housing Plans, Local Authorities, Casework, Epsom, Ewell, Sutton, Cheam, Morden, Carshalton, Chessington, Ashted, Leatherhead, Tadworth, Redhill, Reigate, Croydon
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  • £15 - £22.50/hour
Panel Beater Formel D is the global service provider of the automotive industry. We develop market-leading concepts as well as individual, scalable solutions along the entire automotive value chain – from development to production to aftersales. We are currently working alongside some of the largest automotive manufacturer in the UK and we are currently looking for a Panel Beater. All positions are for immediate starts on a long term contracting basis with unrivalled rates of pay. All positions are full time with overtime available. The Panel Beater role will involve: • Assessing a vehicle to establish the extent of damage • Removing damaged panels • Stripping and refitting trim and panel interior • Refitting new/repaired panels • Repairing damaged bodywork using traditional dolly and hammer or more modern techniques • Repairing small dents, holes or corroded areas using a compound filler • Removing existing paint and corrosion • Masking off the parts of the vehicle which are not going to be resprayed. • Keeping a record of work carried out and time taken. To be successful for the Panel Beater role you will have: • A minimum of BTEC OR NVQ or City & Guilds or IMI Level 2 qualification or similar. • Keen eye for detail and flexible approach to work. • Must be available to work rotating shift patterns. • Previous experience within a similar role. • Have Safety Boots and Hi Viz. • Having flexibility to work in various locations of the UK is an advantage but not essential. Fantastic rates of pay with shift allowance and overtime available
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A new opportunity for an Interim Finance Manager (part time) to join an established business in Guildford. Client Details A new opportunity for an Interim Finance Manager (part time) to join an established business in Guildford. Description Dealing with all day to day operations within the accounts department. Preparation of weekly cashflow forecasts. Preparation of daily and monthly bank reconciliations. Completion of month end procedures. Liaison with auditors for completion of year end accounts. Processing quarterly VAT returns. Producing monthly reports Credit control Profile A minimum of 3 years accountancy experience Good MS Excel skills Job Offer Interim Finance Manager (part time) 6 month FTC Flexible hours Central Guildford location
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Our client in Surrey is seeking 2 Licensing Officers to join its team on an initial 3 month basis and will be responsible for licensing services in relation to effectively promoting, and where appropriate enforcing, regulatory compliance across licensing functions, including Licensing Act 2003 (alcohol), Gambling Act 2005, taxi and private hire, skin piercing, animal welfare etc. Main purpose of role - To deliver the Council’s licensing functions in accordance with relevant legislation, processes and procedures. - To process and determine applications for all licences, registrations and permits handled by the Licensing Team - To monitor compliance with the terms and conditions of all licences issued by the Licensing Team - To investigate complaints and take appropriate enforcement action in line with relevant policies and procedures - To provide stakeholders with advice in relation to all services provided by the Licensing Key Responsibilities - To carry out technical, financial and administrative checks on applications and notices given to the Council. - To carry out licensing inspections and to ensure compliance with the legislation and licence conditions. - To take appropriate enforcement action including further investigation, taking and making witness statements and appearing in court on behalf of the Council. - To ensure all fees and charges are collected and correctly allocated. - To work in partnership with external agencies and other services regarding licensing and related matters such as noise control or crime and disorder. -To assist the Principal Licensing Officer to develop and review local policies, procedures and licence conditions and carry out consultations on relevant policies. 8. To use the relevant computer system(s) to process licence applications and to record visits and enforcement actions. Person specification/Experience: - Certificate of Higher Education in Licensing Law or other relevant licensing or legal qualification - Good knowledge and experience of local authority licensing legislation, its application and processes. - Enforcing licensing legislation - Preparing and presenting reports to Licensing Committee. -Has sufficient technical and legal knowledge across licensing functions -Highly capable of managing own workload to meet organisational requirements
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  • £15 - £22.50/hour
Mechanic Formel D is the global service provider of the automotive industry. We develop market-leading concepts as well as individual, scalable solutions along the entire automotive value chain – from development to production to aftersales. We are currently working alongside some of the largest automotive manufacturers in the UK and we are currently looking for a Mechanic. All positions are for immediate starts on a long term contracting basis with unrivalled rates of pay. All positions are full time with overtime available. The role of Mechanic will involve: • Reworking interior and exterior trim. • Mechanical rework including engines, transmission, suspension, brakes etc. • Final batch and hold inspections and rework if required. To be successful for the role of Mechanic you will have: • A minimum of BTEC OR NVQ or City & Guilds or IMI Level 2 qualification or similar. • Keen eye for detail and flexible approach to work. • Must be available to work rotating shift patterns. • Having flexibility to work in different locations is an advantage but not essential
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Job Specification For: Payroll Manager Ref: VR/18273 From £50,000 to £60,000 per annum (3-6 Month FTC) Job Description We are looking for a full time Payroll Manager on a 3-6 month FTC to act as the business lead for Payroll, delivering the weekly and monthly payrolls for 800+ employees, whilst simultaneously project managing the implementation and outsourcing of the payroll function. Main responsibilities: * Manage and deliver the Weekly and Monthly payrolls for 800+ employees across the UK. * Inspect and audit payroll to guarantee that legislative and business compliance is met. * Provide best practice advice and support to the HR team, and broader business on HMRC legislation, payroll change management, and their effects. * Liaise with the Pension provider regarding pension changes and Auto-enrolment. * Liaise with Finance where required to ensure accurate financial postings and budget reports are provided. * Ensure standard operating procedures are in place for all payroll processes and that these are documented. * Develop Payroll driven MI to support business decisions. * Responsible for the annual processing and submission of P11Ds. * Ensure payments made to HMRC are made accurately and on time. * Expat balance sheets. * Expenses payments. * Responsible for the review and processing of the apprenticeship levy. * Coach and develop the Payroll Assistant in all areas of Payroll activity to ensure cover can be provided for either role during holidays etc. * Project manage the move to a new outsourced payroll provider (ADP) Person / Experience Required * Strong payroll management experience, including the execution of Weekly and Monthly payrolls. * Experience using ADP Payroll * Experience of project and change management, specifically related to outsourcing payrol * Proficient in the use of Microsoft Office, specifically Excel Additional Information * All employees are required to work in accordance with established Company Occupational Health and Safety policies and procedures to ensure compliance with current UK legal requirements and safety requirements. * Employees must comply with Company Health & Safety requirements and set a personal example of safe behaviour at all times
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Our local authority client based in Epsom. London are urgently seeking an experienced Housing Options Officer. Job Role To provide a comprehensive and specialist housing advice service to members of the public to prevent homelessness wherever possible. To make use of all available housing resources in order to advise clients of all their housing options, as well as their legal rights. To assess applications for assistance from homeless households in accordance with the 1996 Housing Act, as amended and extended by the Homelessness Act 2002, and the Homelessness Reduction Act 2017, and to use all available resources to discharge the councils’ statutory responsibilities. As a member of the council’s team, contribute to the achievement of the Council’s corporate vision, behaviours and priorities and the development of the Council’s positive high performing culture Please apply with your updated CV ensuring that any gaps in employment are explained. At this point, may we take this opportunity to thank you for the interest you have shown in this role. Unfortunately, due to the high volume of applications that we receive, it is not always possible to respond to everyone. Therefore, unless you hear from us within the next 7 days, your application for this vacancy will have been unsuccessful
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CSCS Labourers, Labourer, Construction, Daniel Owen CSCS labourers required for a large nationwide construction company that specialises in commercial projects. Our client is looking for experienced and hardworking Labourers to join a project based in Redhill, RH1. The site is within the city and is accessible by public transport. This labouring contract is long term with working hours starting from 7:30am. Minimum 9 hours but can be long as well and the option to work weekends. Daily responsibilities for the successful Labourers will include: Clearing site Assisting with general labouring work Requirements for the role A valid CSCS card The ability to perform physical manual labour Own PPE If you feel you would be well - suited for this position please apply, or contact for more information on (phone number removed) LON123
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  • £215 - £220/day Attractive Salary
Our client is a major contractor who operate as a groundworks and basement contractor throughout London and the South East. They are currently looking for 4x Shuttering Carpenters to join one of their long-term projects based in Bracknell. Working hours: 08:00 - 17:00 Monday to Friday (Saturdays also available) Pay rate: £(Apply online only) per day Long term work available for the right individuals. Skills and Requirements: CSCS Card - essential Strong experience as a Shuttering Carpenter Right to work in the UK Own PPE and tools Strong work ethic References on requestIf interested in this role, please get in touch via contact details provided or click 'apply' to forward an up-to-date copy of your CV
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Our client is a multi-disciplined major contractor, encompassing the full spectrum of Civil Engineering and ground remediation. They are looking for a Dumper Driver to start ASAP. On-going work available for the right individual. Skills and Requirements: Blue CPCS essential Valid UK driving license Previous experience as a Dumper Driver Contactable working references requiredPlease note this position will be based in Mitcham, London and will be 10-hour working days. More information available on request. If interested, please get in touch via contact details provided or click "Apply" to forward an up to date copy of your CV
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