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      • england, south east
      • permanent
      • digby morgan
      Senior Reward & Compensation Specialist/ Reward Manager, Global Media Company, Remote Permanent Salary - negotiable Fully remote Want to do the best work of your life? If you get excited by the thought of joining an experienced, fast-paced global media team that is building the future, this role may be for you. It's a workplace where you can proudly be yourself; the company's culture makes a truly exciting and inclusive place to be part of. It's a fantastic opportunity for an experienced Reward Analyst or Manager to join a fast-growing global organization in the gaming space. The organization is rapidly expanding over the next 12 months.With outstanding Reward skills, you will play a key role in creating an awesome Reward framework to attract, retain and inspire the very best talent. What are we looking for?A high caliber senior Reward professional who enjoys building out a leading edge global Reward function. You will design, implement and run the operations across the full spectrum of Reward to support the build out and growth of young, fun and rapidly expanding dynamic organization.An energetic, smart, resourceful individual who brings energy and passion to your role. Have a proven track record of making an impact. A team player who loves a challenge and likes solving real-world issues to make whatever you do a success. Your new role responsibilities includes:Build out a world class Reward function that enables the firm to attract, retain and motivate great talent around the world.Design and implement a leading edge total reward program across the full spectrum of Reward.Help us implement token, equity and bonus programs linked to firm and individual performance to reward success.Ensure robust and accurate market data and benchmarking that help inform compensation.Work closely with firm leadership to set out and execute a Reward Strategy that helps deliver on our Talent Strategy and Business Goals.Roll up your sleeves to jump in and solve whatever issues may arise.Build a remote focused benefits offering that helps differentiate us as the firm to work for in the industry.Work closely across the firm to ensure HR processes and procedures are robust and compliant with appropriate governance.Drive engagement and buy in across the firm that maximizes ROI from our programs. Your qualifications:A proven track record of HR experience with significant exposure to compensation.Strong Technical skills in compensation (equity compensation a plus).Outstanding analytical skills, comfortable and proficient with data, combined with an ability to be creative and develop concepts from 'a blank sheet'.Experience and passion in tech, the blockchain gaming or cryptocurrency industry (not essential though would be considered a strong asset).A proven ability to prioritize concurrent responsibilities to 'get things done'!A results-oriented, 'up for a challenge' mindset, with the ability to manage tight deadlines and adapt easily in a fast-paced environment.Strong interpersonal, communication and stakeholder management skills. If this sounds like you and you're ready for the next challenge in your career, we'd love to hear from you. What you need to do nowIf you're interested in this role, click 'apply now' to forward an up-to-date copy of your CV, or call us now. You can also send your CV via email:
      Senior Reward & Compensation Specialist/ Reward Manager, Global Media Company, Remote Permanent Salary - negotiable Fully remote Want to do the best work of your life? If you get excited by the thought of joining an experienced, fast-paced global media team that is building the future, this role may be for you. It's a workplace where you can proudly be yourself; the company's culture makes a truly exciting and inclusive place to be part of. It's a fantastic opportunity for an experienced Reward Analyst or Manager to join a fast-growing global organization in the gaming space. The organization is rapidly expanding over the next 12 months.With outstanding Reward skills, you will play a key role in creating an awesome Reward framework to attract, retain and inspire the very best talent. What are we looking for?A high caliber senior Reward professional who enjoys building out a leading edge global Reward function. You will design, implement and run the operations across the full spectrum of Reward to support the build out and growth of young, fun and rapidly expanding dynamic organization.An energetic, smart, resourceful individual who brings energy and passion to your role. Have a proven track record of making an impact. A team player who loves a challenge and likes solving real-world issues to make whatever you do a success. Your new role responsibilities includes:Build out a world class Reward function that enables the firm to attract, retain and motivate great talent around the world.Design and implement a leading edge total reward program across the full spectrum of Reward.Help us implement token, equity and bonus programs linked to firm and individual performance to reward success.Ensure robust and accurate market data and benchmarking that help inform compensation.Work closely with firm leadership to set out and execute a Reward Strategy that helps deliver on our Talent Strategy and Business Goals.Roll up your sleeves to jump in and solve whatever issues may arise.Build a remote focused benefits offering that helps differentiate us as the firm to work for in the industry.Work closely across the firm to ensure HR processes and procedures are robust and compliant with appropriate governance.Drive engagement and buy in across the firm that maximizes ROI from our programs. Your qualifications:A proven track record of HR experience with significant exposure to compensation.Strong Technical skills in compensation (equity compensation a plus).Outstanding analytical skills, comfortable and proficient with data, combined with an ability to be creative and develop concepts from 'a blank sheet'.Experience and passion in tech, the blockchain gaming or cryptocurrency industry (not essential though would be considered a strong asset).A proven ability to prioritize concurrent responsibilities to 'get things done'!A results-oriented, 'up for a challenge' mindset, with the ability to manage tight deadlines and adapt easily in a fast-paced environment.Strong interpersonal, communication and stakeholder management skills. If this sounds like you and you're ready for the next challenge in your career, we'd love to hear from you. What you need to do nowIf you're interested in this role, click 'apply now' to forward an up-to-date copy of your CV, or call us now. You can also send your CV via email:
      • canterbury, south east
      • temporary
      • £9.90 - £9.90, per hour, Enhancements for weekends & bank holidays
      • randstad cpe
      Are you looking for a brand new role in Canterbury? Do you have accommodation manager experience? If so, Randstad has a new temporary contract with 2Gether Support Solutions in Canterbury.Job title: Deputy Accommodation Manager Location: Kent & Canterbury Hospital, Canterbury, KentStart date: ASAPDuration: 6 months+Hours: Mon-Fri 8AM - 4PMContract type: Temporary with weekly payment through RandstadHourly rate: £9.90 per hour + holiday pay (weekend enhancements available)Randstad contact: The NHS team on 01622 357230 option 3The role:The Accommodation Team manages over 600 units of both family accommodation and multiple occupancy flats for frontline Clinical staff. The role of Deputy Accommodation Manager has responsibility for supporting short term tenants into longer term housing placements, helping support with tenancy agreements, designing support plans, helping residents to move to independent accommodation at the end of short stay occupancy and as one of the interfaces and point of contact for all other aspects of the Accommodation services for EKHUFT staff on site alongside the Accommodation Manager.The Deputy Accommodation Manager role is in place to help drive high quality standards in all areas of the Accommodation Services. One of the main duties will be supporting the placement of Overseas Nurses (OSNs) and other tenants within the EKHUFT accommodation portfolio and sourcing external accommodation to rent within the vicinity of the Hospitals. The role will involve building relationships both internally and externally, working with agencies and landlords to build partnership working and to support new staff moving to the Trust and local area. The role is in place to manage flow from onsite accommodation to offsite and a large part of the role will be acting as pastoral support for those staff as they move to the country and then onto private accommodation.The role will work alongside the Accommodation Manager as directed, also giving support to each of the 3 Hospital site Accommodation teams and covering the operational role as needed in busy times or when staff are on leave. This role is perfect for a candidate with housing management and/or estate agency/property lettings experience who is looking for the opportunity to provide a more personalised support service to recruit and retain the key staff needed to sustain a strong Healthcare environment in East Kent.Responsibilities:Responsibility for supporting short term tenants into longer term housing placements, helping support with tenancy agreements, designing support plans, helping residents to move to independent accommodation at the end of short stay occupancy and as one of the interfaces and point of contact for all other aspects of the Accommodation services for EKHUFT staff on site alongside the Accommodation Manager.To build relationships and partnership with estate agents and local landlords to secure suitable accommodation for staff to move to from on site within the vicinity of the hospital.To work as part of the team in leading and providing accommodation support services to clinical front-line teams.Involvement in day to day management of the accommodation services as required to support annual leave for the accommodation officers - to include booking of rooms, allocating keys, raising invoices and other operational duties as required to support smooth running of the service at critical peak times.To provide guidance, support and involvement with all tenancy management requirements including the management of rent and arrears; room inspections, property maintenance and health and safety issues.To source external accommodation as per the needs of the organisation, set up all operational requirements relating to this and oversee the premises on an ongoing basis. To provide care, support and supervision to tenants and Trust Senior Leadership team to help them to achieve resourcing targets relating to housing. About you:Knowledge of estate agency / property lettings managementIT literate with knowledge of MS office applicationsWell organised to work under pressure Excellent written and verbal communication skills with the ability to communicate across all levels of seniority Knowledge of fire safety regulationsExperience: Experience of property management including lettingsExperience in providing general needs housing / tenancy management servicesExperience of providing general needs housing / tenancy within an organisation that provides social housingHas worked in a supported housing environmentExcellent communication and interpersonal skills Ability to work collaboratively as a part of a team, developing good working relationships with colleagues and external service providersCan effectively manage a busy and varied workload, prioritise between conflicting demands and be able to meet deadlines.Experience and a practical, pragmatic approach to helping colleagues secure suitable accommodation is more important than qualifications. However, knowledge and experience acquired through industry related qualifications would be an advantage, e.g. Level 4 Certificate in Residential Letting & Property Management - England & Wales, or equivalent relevant experience Or Level 3 Diploma in Property (Residential Property Letting and Management) (City & Guilds), or equivalent relevant experienceRequirements:Eligible to work in the United KingdomHappy to work in a hospital settingHappy to undergo relevant training including non-clinical along with fitness to work assessmentAccess to transport will be an advantage when applying for this role due to the location of the hospital.No DBS is required for this role.Why work for Randstad?All necessary training provided by us, with opportunities for other training and developmentAccess to great discounts with top highstreet retailersEmployee Assistance ProgrammeLong term work opportunities 01622 357230 (option 3) for more information or apply today! 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.
      Are you looking for a brand new role in Canterbury? Do you have accommodation manager experience? If so, Randstad has a new temporary contract with 2Gether Support Solutions in Canterbury.Job title: Deputy Accommodation Manager Location: Kent & Canterbury Hospital, Canterbury, KentStart date: ASAPDuration: 6 months+Hours: Mon-Fri 8AM - 4PMContract type: Temporary with weekly payment through RandstadHourly rate: £9.90 per hour + holiday pay (weekend enhancements available)Randstad contact: The NHS team on 01622 357230 option 3The role:The Accommodation Team manages over 600 units of both family accommodation and multiple occupancy flats for frontline Clinical staff. The role of Deputy Accommodation Manager has responsibility for supporting short term tenants into longer term housing placements, helping support with tenancy agreements, designing support plans, helping residents to move to independent accommodation at the end of short stay occupancy and as one of the interfaces and point of contact for all other aspects of the Accommodation services for EKHUFT staff on site alongside the Accommodation Manager.The Deputy Accommodation Manager role is in place to help drive high quality standards in all areas of the Accommodation Services. One of the main duties will be supporting the placement of Overseas Nurses (OSNs) and other tenants within the EKHUFT accommodation portfolio and sourcing external accommodation to rent within the vicinity of the Hospitals. The role will involve building relationships both internally and externally, working with agencies and landlords to build partnership working and to support new staff moving to the Trust and local area. The role is in place to manage flow from onsite accommodation to offsite and a large part of the role will be acting as pastoral support for those staff as they move to the country and then onto private accommodation.The role will work alongside the Accommodation Manager as directed, also giving support to each of the 3 Hospital site Accommodation teams and covering the operational role as needed in busy times or when staff are on leave. This role is perfect for a candidate with housing management and/or estate agency/property lettings experience who is looking for the opportunity to provide a more personalised support service to recruit and retain the key staff needed to sustain a strong Healthcare environment in East Kent.Responsibilities:Responsibility for supporting short term tenants into longer term housing placements, helping support with tenancy agreements, designing support plans, helping residents to move to independent accommodation at the end of short stay occupancy and as one of the interfaces and point of contact for all other aspects of the Accommodation services for EKHUFT staff on site alongside the Accommodation Manager.To build relationships and partnership with estate agents and local landlords to secure suitable accommodation for staff to move to from on site within the vicinity of the hospital.To work as part of the team in leading and providing accommodation support services to clinical front-line teams.Involvement in day to day management of the accommodation services as required to support annual leave for the accommodation officers - to include booking of rooms, allocating keys, raising invoices and other operational duties as required to support smooth running of the service at critical peak times.To provide guidance, support and involvement with all tenancy management requirements including the management of rent and arrears; room inspections, property maintenance and health and safety issues.To source external accommodation as per the needs of the organisation, set up all operational requirements relating to this and oversee the premises on an ongoing basis. To provide care, support and supervision to tenants and Trust Senior Leadership team to help them to achieve resourcing targets relating to housing. About you:Knowledge of estate agency / property lettings managementIT literate with knowledge of MS office applicationsWell organised to work under pressure Excellent written and verbal communication skills with the ability to communicate across all levels of seniority Knowledge of fire safety regulationsExperience: Experience of property management including lettingsExperience in providing general needs housing / tenancy management servicesExperience of providing general needs housing / tenancy within an organisation that provides social housingHas worked in a supported housing environmentExcellent communication and interpersonal skills Ability to work collaboratively as a part of a team, developing good working relationships with colleagues and external service providersCan effectively manage a busy and varied workload, prioritise between conflicting demands and be able to meet deadlines.Experience and a practical, pragmatic approach to helping colleagues secure suitable accommodation is more important than qualifications. However, knowledge and experience acquired through industry related qualifications would be an advantage, e.g. Level 4 Certificate in Residential Letting & Property Management - England & Wales, or equivalent relevant experience Or Level 3 Diploma in Property (Residential Property Letting and Management) (City & Guilds), or equivalent relevant experienceRequirements:Eligible to work in the United KingdomHappy to work in a hospital settingHappy to undergo relevant training including non-clinical along with fitness to work assessmentAccess to transport will be an advantage when applying for this role due to the location of the hospital.No DBS is required for this role.Why work for Randstad?All necessary training provided by us, with opportunities for other training and developmentAccess to great discounts with top highstreet retailersEmployee Assistance ProgrammeLong term work opportunities 01622 357230 (option 3) for more information or apply today! 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.
      • canterbury, south east
      • temporary
      • £10.25 per hour
      • randstad cpe
      ooking for a new Administrator role in East Kent? We have just had a new role land at Kent and Canterbury Hospital in Canterbury.Job title: AdministratorLocation: Canterbury, Kent (Kent & Canterbury Hospital)Start date: ASAPDuration: 6 months+Hours: 37.5hrs per week Mon-Fri (9AM-5PM)Contract type: Temporary with weekly payment through RandstadHourly rate: £10.00 per hour + holiday payRandstad contact: Georgia on 01622 357230 option 3The company:We are working with 2Gether Support Solutions who were set up to service the facilities needs of the East Kent Hospitals Trust who have locations in Ashford, Canterbury, Dover, Folkestone & Margate.The role:To provide comprehensive administrative and clerical support to the Commercial Solutions business unit and management teamAct as a point of contact for the business unit and management team, dealing professionally and courteously with all enquiries by post, email, telephone and occasionally face to face.Provide contract/project administration support to departments within the hospital and the management team and undertaking delegated tasks commensurate with roleProvide specialist administrative support in relation to waste matters including call-outs for machinery malfunction, booking of skips and compactors, complaints, FOI requests and collation of ERIC dataMaintain an asset register of all equipment owned by the company and for which the business unit is responsible, ensuring service arrangements are in place as requiredParticipate in shared team duties around taking taxi, courier and volunteer driver booking calls as required, ensuring details are recorded accurately for recharging purposes.Plan and facilitate rota management and overtime/agency requests from across the business unit.Undertake various duties to ensure the smooth running of the support unit including sorting post, photocopying, laminating, dealing with shared mailboxes, answering telephone calls, stationery and carrying out stock takes, as well as organising, note taking and production of meeting minutesSupport the booking of journeys via the in-house Patient Transport Services. About you:Advanced Microsoft Office skills particularly with Excel and Word.Ability to quickly assimilate new information and systems.Exceptional customer service.Skills in data entry and processing and storage of data.Detail orientated.Ability to prioritise workload and meet deadlines.Ability to communicate with, coordinate and liaise with a multidisciplinary teamAbility to remain calm in a busy environment whilst working under pressureExcellent organisational skillsAbility to use own initiativeAdaptable Requirements:At least 2 years experience of a range of administrative proceduresCustomer service experience dealing with internal and external customers.Why work for us?All necessary training provided by us, with opportunities for other training and developmentAccess to great discounts with top highstreet retailersEmployee Assistance ProgrammeLong term work opportunities 01622 357230 (option 3) for more information or apply today!Further information:CVs will be immediately reviewed quickly upon application. 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.
      ooking for a new Administrator role in East Kent? We have just had a new role land at Kent and Canterbury Hospital in Canterbury.Job title: AdministratorLocation: Canterbury, Kent (Kent & Canterbury Hospital)Start date: ASAPDuration: 6 months+Hours: 37.5hrs per week Mon-Fri (9AM-5PM)Contract type: Temporary with weekly payment through RandstadHourly rate: £10.00 per hour + holiday payRandstad contact: Georgia on 01622 357230 option 3The company:We are working with 2Gether Support Solutions who were set up to service the facilities needs of the East Kent Hospitals Trust who have locations in Ashford, Canterbury, Dover, Folkestone & Margate.The role:To provide comprehensive administrative and clerical support to the Commercial Solutions business unit and management teamAct as a point of contact for the business unit and management team, dealing professionally and courteously with all enquiries by post, email, telephone and occasionally face to face.Provide contract/project administration support to departments within the hospital and the management team and undertaking delegated tasks commensurate with roleProvide specialist administrative support in relation to waste matters including call-outs for machinery malfunction, booking of skips and compactors, complaints, FOI requests and collation of ERIC dataMaintain an asset register of all equipment owned by the company and for which the business unit is responsible, ensuring service arrangements are in place as requiredParticipate in shared team duties around taking taxi, courier and volunteer driver booking calls as required, ensuring details are recorded accurately for recharging purposes.Plan and facilitate rota management and overtime/agency requests from across the business unit.Undertake various duties to ensure the smooth running of the support unit including sorting post, photocopying, laminating, dealing with shared mailboxes, answering telephone calls, stationery and carrying out stock takes, as well as organising, note taking and production of meeting minutesSupport the booking of journeys via the in-house Patient Transport Services. About you:Advanced Microsoft Office skills particularly with Excel and Word.Ability to quickly assimilate new information and systems.Exceptional customer service.Skills in data entry and processing and storage of data.Detail orientated.Ability to prioritise workload and meet deadlines.Ability to communicate with, coordinate and liaise with a multidisciplinary teamAbility to remain calm in a busy environment whilst working under pressureExcellent organisational skillsAbility to use own initiativeAdaptable Requirements:At least 2 years experience of a range of administrative proceduresCustomer service experience dealing with internal and external customers.Why work for us?All necessary training provided by us, with opportunities for other training and developmentAccess to great discounts with top highstreet retailersEmployee Assistance ProgrammeLong term work opportunities 01622 357230 (option 3) for more information or apply today!Further information:CVs will be immediately reviewed quickly upon application. 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.
      • reading, south east
      • permanent
      • £40,000 - £45,000 per year
      • digby morgan
      Digby Morgan are excited to be working with a well established and exciting organisation in the Construction Industry, who are looking for a proactive and enthusiastic Talent Acquisition Specialist to join their team.Reporting to the Talent Acquisition Partner, and working with the wider Talent Acquisition Team, you will be responsible for the full end to end Recruitment Process. You will have the opportunity to grow and develop alongside a supportive and Friendly Team of TA Professionals.Requirements:Experience of managing the full cycle of recruitment from Sourcing, Screening, Building pipelines, Advertising and so on..Strong ability to build relationships across all levels of the organisation including Senior Stakeholders and Managers.Experience of working in part of a Recruitment Agency.Ability to work on a high volume of roles, with the ability to multitask and prioritise effectively.Production, Manufacturing or Construction experience desirable.
      Digby Morgan are excited to be working with a well established and exciting organisation in the Construction Industry, who are looking for a proactive and enthusiastic Talent Acquisition Specialist to join their team.Reporting to the Talent Acquisition Partner, and working with the wider Talent Acquisition Team, you will be responsible for the full end to end Recruitment Process. You will have the opportunity to grow and develop alongside a supportive and Friendly Team of TA Professionals.Requirements:Experience of managing the full cycle of recruitment from Sourcing, Screening, Building pipelines, Advertising and so on..Strong ability to build relationships across all levels of the organisation including Senior Stakeholders and Managers.Experience of working in part of a Recruitment Agency.Ability to work on a high volume of roles, with the ability to multitask and prioritise effectively.Production, Manufacturing or Construction experience desirable.
      • reading, south east
      • temp to perm
      • £45,000 - £50,000 per year
      • digby morgan
      Digby Morgan are excited to be working with a well established and exciting Organisation in the Construction Industry who are currently growing and looking for a HR Business Partner to join their Team.Joining a supportive and friendly team, you will have the opportunity to work alongside some Professional and Aspiring people. As a HR lead for a number of business units, you will be given the opportunity to design and implement the HR Strategy and provide solutions to the Business.RequirementsDemonstrable experience in a Business Partnering role.Strong Strategic Experience with a forward thinking mindset.Hard working and tenacious individual who is able to get down to the hard stuff.Ability to work in a fast paced environment and meet tight deadlines.Strong communication skills, both written and verbal.Strong stakeholder management skills with the ability to build strong professional relationships with senior level stakeholders.
      Digby Morgan are excited to be working with a well established and exciting Organisation in the Construction Industry who are currently growing and looking for a HR Business Partner to join their Team.Joining a supportive and friendly team, you will have the opportunity to work alongside some Professional and Aspiring people. As a HR lead for a number of business units, you will be given the opportunity to design and implement the HR Strategy and provide solutions to the Business.RequirementsDemonstrable experience in a Business Partnering role.Strong Strategic Experience with a forward thinking mindset.Hard working and tenacious individual who is able to get down to the hard stuff.Ability to work in a fast paced environment and meet tight deadlines.Strong communication skills, both written and verbal.Strong stakeholder management skills with the ability to build strong professional relationships with senior level stakeholders.
      • canterbury, south east
      • temporary
      • £9.90 - £9.90, per hour, Enhancements for weekends & bank holidays
      • randstad cpe
      Are you looking for a brand new role in Canterbury? Do you have accommodation manager experience? If so, Randstad has a new temporary contract with 2Gether Support Solutions in Canterbury.Job title: Deputy Accommodation Manager Location: Kent & Canterbury Hospital, Canterbury, KentStart date: ASAPDuration: 6 months+Hours: Mon-Fri 8AM - 4PMContract type: Temporary with weekly payment through RandstadHourly rate: £9.90 per hour + holiday pay (weekend enhancements available)Randstad contact: The NHS team on 01622 357230 option 3The role:The Accommodation Team manages over 600 units of both family accommodation and multiple occupancy flats for frontline Clinical staff. The role of Deputy Accommodation Manager has responsibility for supporting short term tenants into longer term housing placements, helping support with tenancy agreements, designing support plans, helping residents to move to independent accommodation at the end of short stay occupancy and as one of the interfaces and point of contact for all other aspects of the Accommodation services for EKHUFT staff on site alongside the Accommodation Manager.The Deputy Accommodation Manager role is in place to help drive high quality standards in all areas of the Accommodation Services. One of the main duties will be supporting the placement of Overseas Nurses (OSNs) and other tenants within the EKHUFT accommodation portfolio and sourcing external accommodation to rent within the vicinity of the Hospitals. The role will involve building relationships both internally and externally, working with agencies and landlords to build partnership working and to support new staff moving to the Trust and local area. The role is in place to manage flow from onsite accommodation to offsite and a large part of the role will be acting as pastoral support for those staff as they move to the country and then onto private accommodation.The role will work alongside the Accommodation Manager as directed, also giving support to each of the 3 Hospital site Accommodation teams and covering the operational role as needed in busy times or when staff are on leave. This role is perfect for a candidate with housing management and/or estate agency/property lettings experience who is looking for the opportunity to provide a more personalised support service to recruit and retain the key staff needed to sustain a strong Healthcare environment in East Kent.Responsibilities:Responsibility for supporting short term tenants into longer term housing placements, helping support with tenancy agreements, designing support plans, helping residents to move to independent accommodation at the end of short stay occupancy and as one of the interfaces and point of contact for all other aspects of the Accommodation services for EKHUFT staff on site alongside the Accommodation Manager.To build relationships and partnership with estate agents and local landlords to secure suitable accommodation for staff to move to from on site within the vicinity of the hospital.To work as part of the team in leading and providing accommodation support services to clinical front-line teams.Involvement in day to day management of the accommodation services as required to support annual leave for the accommodation officers - to include booking of rooms, allocating keys, raising invoices and other operational duties as required to support smooth running of the service at critical peak times.To provide guidance, support and involvement with all tenancy management requirements including the management of rent and arrears; room inspections, property maintenance and health and safety issues.To source external accommodation as per the needs of the organisation, set up all operational requirements relating to this and oversee the premises on an ongoing basis. To provide care, support and supervision to tenants and Trust Senior Leadership team to help them to achieve resourcing targets relating to housing. About you:Knowledge of estate agency / property lettings managementIT literate with knowledge of MS office applicationsWell organised to work under pressure Excellent written and verbal communication skills with the ability to communicate across all levels of seniority Knowledge of fire safety regulationsExperience: Experience of property management including lettingsExperience in providing general needs housing / tenancy management servicesExperience of providing general needs housing / tenancy within an organisation that provides social housingHas worked in a supported housing environmentExcellent communication and interpersonal skills Ability to work collaboratively as a part of a team, developing good working relationships with colleagues and external service providersCan effectively manage a busy and varied workload, prioritise between conflicting demands and be able to meet deadlines.Experience and a practical, pragmatic approach to helping colleagues secure suitable accommodation is more important than qualifications. However, knowledge and experience acquired through industry related qualifications would be an advantage, e.g. Level 4 Certificate in Residential Letting & Property Management - England & Wales, or equivalent relevant experience Or Level 3 Diploma in Property (Residential Property Letting and Management) (City & Guilds), or equivalent relevant experienceRequirements:Eligible to work in the United KingdomHappy to work in a hospital settingHappy to undergo relevant training including non-clinical along with fitness to work assessmentAccess to transport will be an advantage when applying for this role due to the location of the hospital.No DBS is required for this role.Why work for Randstad?All necessary training provided by us, with opportunities for other training and developmentAccess to great discounts with top highstreet retailersEmployee Assistance ProgrammeLong term work opportunities 01622 357230 (option 3) for more information or apply today! 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.
      Are you looking for a brand new role in Canterbury? Do you have accommodation manager experience? If so, Randstad has a new temporary contract with 2Gether Support Solutions in Canterbury.Job title: Deputy Accommodation Manager Location: Kent & Canterbury Hospital, Canterbury, KentStart date: ASAPDuration: 6 months+Hours: Mon-Fri 8AM - 4PMContract type: Temporary with weekly payment through RandstadHourly rate: £9.90 per hour + holiday pay (weekend enhancements available)Randstad contact: The NHS team on 01622 357230 option 3The role:The Accommodation Team manages over 600 units of both family accommodation and multiple occupancy flats for frontline Clinical staff. The role of Deputy Accommodation Manager has responsibility for supporting short term tenants into longer term housing placements, helping support with tenancy agreements, designing support plans, helping residents to move to independent accommodation at the end of short stay occupancy and as one of the interfaces and point of contact for all other aspects of the Accommodation services for EKHUFT staff on site alongside the Accommodation Manager.The Deputy Accommodation Manager role is in place to help drive high quality standards in all areas of the Accommodation Services. One of the main duties will be supporting the placement of Overseas Nurses (OSNs) and other tenants within the EKHUFT accommodation portfolio and sourcing external accommodation to rent within the vicinity of the Hospitals. The role will involve building relationships both internally and externally, working with agencies and landlords to build partnership working and to support new staff moving to the Trust and local area. The role is in place to manage flow from onsite accommodation to offsite and a large part of the role will be acting as pastoral support for those staff as they move to the country and then onto private accommodation.The role will work alongside the Accommodation Manager as directed, also giving support to each of the 3 Hospital site Accommodation teams and covering the operational role as needed in busy times or when staff are on leave. This role is perfect for a candidate with housing management and/or estate agency/property lettings experience who is looking for the opportunity to provide a more personalised support service to recruit and retain the key staff needed to sustain a strong Healthcare environment in East Kent.Responsibilities:Responsibility for supporting short term tenants into longer term housing placements, helping support with tenancy agreements, designing support plans, helping residents to move to independent accommodation at the end of short stay occupancy and as one of the interfaces and point of contact for all other aspects of the Accommodation services for EKHUFT staff on site alongside the Accommodation Manager.To build relationships and partnership with estate agents and local landlords to secure suitable accommodation for staff to move to from on site within the vicinity of the hospital.To work as part of the team in leading and providing accommodation support services to clinical front-line teams.Involvement in day to day management of the accommodation services as required to support annual leave for the accommodation officers - to include booking of rooms, allocating keys, raising invoices and other operational duties as required to support smooth running of the service at critical peak times.To provide guidance, support and involvement with all tenancy management requirements including the management of rent and arrears; room inspections, property maintenance and health and safety issues.To source external accommodation as per the needs of the organisation, set up all operational requirements relating to this and oversee the premises on an ongoing basis. To provide care, support and supervision to tenants and Trust Senior Leadership team to help them to achieve resourcing targets relating to housing. About you:Knowledge of estate agency / property lettings managementIT literate with knowledge of MS office applicationsWell organised to work under pressure Excellent written and verbal communication skills with the ability to communicate across all levels of seniority Knowledge of fire safety regulationsExperience: Experience of property management including lettingsExperience in providing general needs housing / tenancy management servicesExperience of providing general needs housing / tenancy within an organisation that provides social housingHas worked in a supported housing environmentExcellent communication and interpersonal skills Ability to work collaboratively as a part of a team, developing good working relationships with colleagues and external service providersCan effectively manage a busy and varied workload, prioritise between conflicting demands and be able to meet deadlines.Experience and a practical, pragmatic approach to helping colleagues secure suitable accommodation is more important than qualifications. However, knowledge and experience acquired through industry related qualifications would be an advantage, e.g. Level 4 Certificate in Residential Letting & Property Management - England & Wales, or equivalent relevant experience Or Level 3 Diploma in Property (Residential Property Letting and Management) (City & Guilds), or equivalent relevant experienceRequirements:Eligible to work in the United KingdomHappy to work in a hospital settingHappy to undergo relevant training including non-clinical along with fitness to work assessmentAccess to transport will be an advantage when applying for this role due to the location of the hospital.No DBS is required for this role.Why work for Randstad?All necessary training provided by us, with opportunities for other training and developmentAccess to great discounts with top highstreet retailersEmployee Assistance ProgrammeLong term work opportunities 01622 357230 (option 3) for more information or apply today! 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.
      • canterbury, south east
      • temporary
      • £10.90 - £10.90, per hour, Enhancements for weekends & bank holidays
      • randstad cpe
      Looking for a new Administrator role in East Kent? We have just had a new role land at Kent & Canterbury Hospital in Canterbury. Job title: AdministratorLocation: Canterbury, Kent (Kent & Canterbury Hospital)Start date: ASAPDuration: 6 months+Hours: 37.5hrs per week Mon-Fri (8:30am - 4:30pm)Contract type: Temporary with weekly payment through RandstadHourly rate: £10.90 per hour + holiday payRandstad contact: Mark Dixon on 01622 357230 option 3The company:We are working with 2Gether Support Solutions who were set up to service the facilities needs of the East Kent Hospitals Trust who have locations in Ashford, Canterbury, Dover, Folkestone & Margate.The role:To provide comprehensive administrative and clerical support to the Commercial Solutions business unit and management teamAct as a point of contact for the business unit and management team, dealing professionally and courteously with all enquiries by post, email, telephone and occasionally face to face.Provide contract/project administration support to departments within the hospital and the management team and undertaking delegated tasks commensurate with roleProvide specialist administrative support in relation to waste matters including call-outs for machinery malfunction, booking of skips and compactors, complaints, FOI requests and collation of ERIC dataMaintain an asset register of all equipment owned by the company and for which the business unit is responsible, ensuring service arrangements are in place as requiredParticipate in shared team duties around taking taxi, courier and volunteer driver booking calls as required, ensuring details are recorded accurately for recharging purposes.Plan and facilitate rota management and overtime/agency requests from across the business unit.Undertake various duties to ensure the smooth running of the support unit including sorting post, photocopying, laminating, dealing with shared mailboxes, answering telephone calls, stationery and carrying out stock takes, as well as organising, note taking and production of meeting minutesSupport the booking of journeys via the in-house Patient Transport Services. About you:Advanced Microsoft Office skills particularly with Excel and Word.Ability to quickly assimilate new information and systems.Exceptional customer service.Skills in data entry and processing and storage of data.Detail orientated.Ability to prioritise workload and meet deadlines.Ability to communicate with, coordinate and liaise with a multidisciplinary teamAbility to remain calm in a busy environment whilst working under pressureExcellent organisational skillsAbility to use own initiativeAdaptable Requirements:At least 2 years experience of a range of administrative proceduresCustomer service experience dealing with internal and external customers.Why work for us?All necessary training provided by us, with opportunities for other training and developmentAccess to great discounts with top highstreet retailersEmployee Assistance ProgrammeLong term work opportunities 01622 357230 (option 3) for more information or apply today! 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.
      Looking for a new Administrator role in East Kent? We have just had a new role land at Kent & Canterbury Hospital in Canterbury. Job title: AdministratorLocation: Canterbury, Kent (Kent & Canterbury Hospital)Start date: ASAPDuration: 6 months+Hours: 37.5hrs per week Mon-Fri (8:30am - 4:30pm)Contract type: Temporary with weekly payment through RandstadHourly rate: £10.90 per hour + holiday payRandstad contact: Mark Dixon on 01622 357230 option 3The company:We are working with 2Gether Support Solutions who were set up to service the facilities needs of the East Kent Hospitals Trust who have locations in Ashford, Canterbury, Dover, Folkestone & Margate.The role:To provide comprehensive administrative and clerical support to the Commercial Solutions business unit and management teamAct as a point of contact for the business unit and management team, dealing professionally and courteously with all enquiries by post, email, telephone and occasionally face to face.Provide contract/project administration support to departments within the hospital and the management team and undertaking delegated tasks commensurate with roleProvide specialist administrative support in relation to waste matters including call-outs for machinery malfunction, booking of skips and compactors, complaints, FOI requests and collation of ERIC dataMaintain an asset register of all equipment owned by the company and for which the business unit is responsible, ensuring service arrangements are in place as requiredParticipate in shared team duties around taking taxi, courier and volunteer driver booking calls as required, ensuring details are recorded accurately for recharging purposes.Plan and facilitate rota management and overtime/agency requests from across the business unit.Undertake various duties to ensure the smooth running of the support unit including sorting post, photocopying, laminating, dealing with shared mailboxes, answering telephone calls, stationery and carrying out stock takes, as well as organising, note taking and production of meeting minutesSupport the booking of journeys via the in-house Patient Transport Services. About you:Advanced Microsoft Office skills particularly with Excel and Word.Ability to quickly assimilate new information and systems.Exceptional customer service.Skills in data entry and processing and storage of data.Detail orientated.Ability to prioritise workload and meet deadlines.Ability to communicate with, coordinate and liaise with a multidisciplinary teamAbility to remain calm in a busy environment whilst working under pressureExcellent organisational skillsAbility to use own initiativeAdaptable Requirements:At least 2 years experience of a range of administrative proceduresCustomer service experience dealing with internal and external customers.Why work for us?All necessary training provided by us, with opportunities for other training and developmentAccess to great discounts with top highstreet retailersEmployee Assistance ProgrammeLong term work opportunities 01622 357230 (option 3) for more information or apply today! 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.
      • canterbury, south east
      • temporary
      • £10.00 - £10.00, per hour, Enhancements for weekends & bank holidays
      • randstad cpe
      Looking for a new Administrator role in East Kent? We have just had a new role land at Kent and Canterbury Hospital in Canterbury.Job title: AdministratorLocation: Canterbury, Kent (Kent & Canterbury Hospital)Start date: ASAPDuration: 6 months+Hours: 37.5hrs per week Mon-Fri (9AM-5PM)Contract type: Temporary with weekly payment through RandstadHourly rate: £10.00 per hour + holiday payRandstad contact: Georgia on 01622 357230 option 3The company:We are working with 2Gether Support Solutions who were set up to service the facilities needs of the East Kent Hospitals Trust who have locations in Ashford, Canterbury, Dover, Folkestone & Margate.The role:To provide comprehensive administrative and clerical support to the Commercial Solutions business unit and management teamAct as a point of contact for the business unit and management team, dealing professionally and courteously with all enquiries by post, email, telephone and occasionally face to face.Provide contract/project administration support to departments within the hospital and the management team and undertaking delegated tasks commensurate with roleProvide specialist administrative support in relation to waste matters including call-outs for machinery malfunction, booking of skips and compactors, complaints, FOI requests and collation of ERIC dataMaintain an asset register of all equipment owned by the company and for which the business unit is responsible, ensuring service arrangements are in place as requiredParticipate in shared team duties around taking taxi, courier and volunteer driver booking calls as required, ensuring details are recorded accurately for recharging purposes.Plan and facilitate rota management and overtime/agency requests from across the business unit.Undertake various duties to ensure the smooth running of the support unit including sorting post, photocopying, laminating, dealing with shared mailboxes, answering telephone calls, stationery and carrying out stock takes, as well as organising, note taking and production of meeting minutesSupport the booking of journeys via the in-house Patient Transport Services. About you:Advanced Microsoft Office skills particularly with Excel and Word.Ability to quickly assimilate new information and systems.Exceptional customer service.Skills in data entry and processing and storage of data.Detail orientated.Ability to prioritise workload and meet deadlines.Ability to communicate with, coordinate and liaise with a multidisciplinary teamAbility to remain calm in a busy environment whilst working under pressureExcellent organisational skillsAbility to use own initiativeAdaptable Requirements:At least 2 years experience of a range of administrative proceduresCustomer service experience dealing with internal and external customers.Why work for us?All necessary training provided by us, with opportunities for other training and developmentAccess to great discounts with top highstreet retailersEmployee Assistance ProgrammeLong term work opportunities 01622 357230 (option 3) for more information or apply today!Further information:CVs will be immediately reviewed quickly upon application. 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.
      Looking for a new Administrator role in East Kent? We have just had a new role land at Kent and Canterbury Hospital in Canterbury.Job title: AdministratorLocation: Canterbury, Kent (Kent & Canterbury Hospital)Start date: ASAPDuration: 6 months+Hours: 37.5hrs per week Mon-Fri (9AM-5PM)Contract type: Temporary with weekly payment through RandstadHourly rate: £10.00 per hour + holiday payRandstad contact: Georgia on 01622 357230 option 3The company:We are working with 2Gether Support Solutions who were set up to service the facilities needs of the East Kent Hospitals Trust who have locations in Ashford, Canterbury, Dover, Folkestone & Margate.The role:To provide comprehensive administrative and clerical support to the Commercial Solutions business unit and management teamAct as a point of contact for the business unit and management team, dealing professionally and courteously with all enquiries by post, email, telephone and occasionally face to face.Provide contract/project administration support to departments within the hospital and the management team and undertaking delegated tasks commensurate with roleProvide specialist administrative support in relation to waste matters including call-outs for machinery malfunction, booking of skips and compactors, complaints, FOI requests and collation of ERIC dataMaintain an asset register of all equipment owned by the company and for which the business unit is responsible, ensuring service arrangements are in place as requiredParticipate in shared team duties around taking taxi, courier and volunteer driver booking calls as required, ensuring details are recorded accurately for recharging purposes.Plan and facilitate rota management and overtime/agency requests from across the business unit.Undertake various duties to ensure the smooth running of the support unit including sorting post, photocopying, laminating, dealing with shared mailboxes, answering telephone calls, stationery and carrying out stock takes, as well as organising, note taking and production of meeting minutesSupport the booking of journeys via the in-house Patient Transport Services. About you:Advanced Microsoft Office skills particularly with Excel and Word.Ability to quickly assimilate new information and systems.Exceptional customer service.Skills in data entry and processing and storage of data.Detail orientated.Ability to prioritise workload and meet deadlines.Ability to communicate with, coordinate and liaise with a multidisciplinary teamAbility to remain calm in a busy environment whilst working under pressureExcellent organisational skillsAbility to use own initiativeAdaptable Requirements:At least 2 years experience of a range of administrative proceduresCustomer service experience dealing with internal and external customers.Why work for us?All necessary training provided by us, with opportunities for other training and developmentAccess to great discounts with top highstreet retailersEmployee Assistance ProgrammeLong term work opportunities 01622 357230 (option 3) for more information or apply today!Further information:CVs will be immediately reviewed quickly upon application. 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.
      • horsham, south east
      • permanent
      • randstad cpe
      Our client is a large regional construction contractor with an enviable reputation for quality and delivery. Due to continued project success and expansion they are now looking to recruit a Recruitment team manager to head up their internal recruitment team. Main function: To generate and maintain a rich candidate database of skilled operatives in our area of business.To design and deploy recruitment campaigns to address shortages both in skills and location.To engage with the Business to understand and prepare for future labour requirements.To engage with potential candidates on a regular basis to retain Coinford brand awareness.To manage relationships with labour agencies and minimise the use of them.To explore other sources of labour such as ex-military, ex-offender etc.To design and report on KPIs to ensure the above are being addressed. Experience:  5 years + experience in recruitment function. Construction experience is not essential, and we are open to candidates from other industries and indeed this rolemay benefit from a candidate from an unrelated industry who can bring a fresh perspective. Team leadership skills Good IT skills - Bullhorn knowledge is useful but not essential. Experience working with varying employment statuses, previous experience with CIS and/or IR35 advantageous Strong data accuracy and excellent attention to detail Strong organisational skills with the ability to prioritise work and meet deadlines Strong interpersonal/communication skills, ability to build relationships and gain credibility and trust Ability to exercise discretion and always maintain confidentiality. This is an excellent opportunity to join progressive and forward thinking company, where you will have a clear and defined career path.Randstad Construction Property Engineering is acting as an Employment Agency in relation to this vacancy.
      Our client is a large regional construction contractor with an enviable reputation for quality and delivery. Due to continued project success and expansion they are now looking to recruit a Recruitment team manager to head up their internal recruitment team. Main function: To generate and maintain a rich candidate database of skilled operatives in our area of business.To design and deploy recruitment campaigns to address shortages both in skills and location.To engage with the Business to understand and prepare for future labour requirements.To engage with potential candidates on a regular basis to retain Coinford brand awareness.To manage relationships with labour agencies and minimise the use of them.To explore other sources of labour such as ex-military, ex-offender etc.To design and report on KPIs to ensure the above are being addressed. Experience:  5 years + experience in recruitment function. Construction experience is not essential, and we are open to candidates from other industries and indeed this rolemay benefit from a candidate from an unrelated industry who can bring a fresh perspective. Team leadership skills Good IT skills - Bullhorn knowledge is useful but not essential. Experience working with varying employment statuses, previous experience with CIS and/or IR35 advantageous Strong data accuracy and excellent attention to detail Strong organisational skills with the ability to prioritise work and meet deadlines Strong interpersonal/communication skills, ability to build relationships and gain credibility and trust Ability to exercise discretion and always maintain confidentiality. This is an excellent opportunity to join progressive and forward thinking company, where you will have a clear and defined career path.Randstad Construction Property Engineering is acting as an Employment Agency in relation to this vacancy.

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