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        • birmingham, west midlands
        • permanent
        • £30,000 per year
        • randstad inhouse services
        A rare opportunity to join a world leading recruitment business in a newly developed role designed to support the expansion of our clients food delivery business into the Birmingham area. Randstad are committed to an excellent client and candidate experience driven through the very best of new technologies and through excellent service delivery and customer service from our corporate team. Randstad UK is part of the world's leading and largest recruitment agency and we pride ourselves on being a trusted partner, working in collaboration with our clients to ensure their success. Our passion for people and innovation is present in everything we do and we go above and beyond in all aspects of our work to be ahead of our competitors. Randstad Inhouse Services are now in a position to expand their team in recruiting for a client service manager, based in central birmingham, to support the roll out of a new courier hub in our clients phase of expansion. The client service manager is a client and worker front facing role where interaction and relationship building is the key to success. Working for Randstad offers excellent benefits such as:- highly competitive salary package- quarterly and annual bonus structure - flexible benefits including health, dental, wellbeing and shopping discounts - in depth training plan and continued support and development opportunities- an excellent team culture and sense of belonging to a larger organisation The client service manager is a newly created role that incorporates the best of client engagement and worker management in a high volume and fast paced courier hub environment. This role requires onsite presence and a flexible approach to working hours to support the client's business with a high number of temporary workers on assignment. Your responsibilities will include but not be limited to:- daily communication with the client's hub team to discuss courier feedback, challenges and process changes- daily communication with the couriers to discuss and manage performance, absence and general queries- supporting our remote administration team in completing candidate compliance checks and payroll queries- creating, sharing and reviewing engagement data to support continuous improvement in both Randstad's and our client's business- providing the senior account manager for Randstad with daily operational updates and solutions to challenges - maintaining worker records and managing assignment changes and vehicle change requests - daily communication with the client's talent acquisition team to support courier pre-hire changes and requests- support with any non-courier temporary and permanent recruitment In order to be as successful as possible in this role, Randstad are looking for the following attributes:- flexible approach to working hours with some early morning, late nights and weekends required when requested- experience in managing a large volume temporary workforce or similiar management experience- competent with new computer systems and the ability to learn quickly- able to be 'hands on' and to deal with live situations as they present themselves The standard hours of work for this role are Monday to Friday but will require flexibility as and when needed. We're offering a competitive salary of £30,000 per annum in line with the additional benefits listed above. The role is available with a start date of ASAP so if you are interested, please apply today and a member of our team will be in touch.
        A rare opportunity to join a world leading recruitment business in a newly developed role designed to support the expansion of our clients food delivery business into the Birmingham area. Randstad are committed to an excellent client and candidate experience driven through the very best of new technologies and through excellent service delivery and customer service from our corporate team. Randstad UK is part of the world's leading and largest recruitment agency and we pride ourselves on being a trusted partner, working in collaboration with our clients to ensure their success. Our passion for people and innovation is present in everything we do and we go above and beyond in all aspects of our work to be ahead of our competitors. Randstad Inhouse Services are now in a position to expand their team in recruiting for a client service manager, based in central birmingham, to support the roll out of a new courier hub in our clients phase of expansion. The client service manager is a client and worker front facing role where interaction and relationship building is the key to success. Working for Randstad offers excellent benefits such as:- highly competitive salary package- quarterly and annual bonus structure - flexible benefits including health, dental, wellbeing and shopping discounts - in depth training plan and continued support and development opportunities- an excellent team culture and sense of belonging to a larger organisation The client service manager is a newly created role that incorporates the best of client engagement and worker management in a high volume and fast paced courier hub environment. This role requires onsite presence and a flexible approach to working hours to support the client's business with a high number of temporary workers on assignment. Your responsibilities will include but not be limited to:- daily communication with the client's hub team to discuss courier feedback, challenges and process changes- daily communication with the couriers to discuss and manage performance, absence and general queries- supporting our remote administration team in completing candidate compliance checks and payroll queries- creating, sharing and reviewing engagement data to support continuous improvement in both Randstad's and our client's business- providing the senior account manager for Randstad with daily operational updates and solutions to challenges - maintaining worker records and managing assignment changes and vehicle change requests - daily communication with the client's talent acquisition team to support courier pre-hire changes and requests- support with any non-courier temporary and permanent recruitment In order to be as successful as possible in this role, Randstad are looking for the following attributes:- flexible approach to working hours with some early morning, late nights and weekends required when requested- experience in managing a large volume temporary workforce or similiar management experience- competent with new computer systems and the ability to learn quickly- able to be 'hands on' and to deal with live situations as they present themselves The standard hours of work for this role are Monday to Friday but will require flexibility as and when needed. We're offering a competitive salary of £30,000 per annum in line with the additional benefits listed above. The role is available with a start date of ASAP so if you are interested, please apply today and a member of our team will be in touch.
        • dublin city centre, international
        • permanent
        • £28,000 - £32,000, per year, + uncapped commission + benefits
        • randstad financial services
        Randstad has embarked on a journey into the future, transforming ourselves in a way that will strengthen our leading role in recruitment. Starting your recruitment career with a leading global brand, you will be the key to the businesses success, utilising your ambition and drive to build relationships with candidates and clients, going above and beyond to maximise the results for both. Our current consultants tell us they love the career development, training, diversity and the opportunity to make work meaningful. Our office environment and social settings here in Dublin provide the perfect environment for an energetic and hardworking individual to thrive. Here at Randstad you will focus on having a consultative approach with your clients to help them secure the best talent within the financial services and life sciences market. You will balance that with insightful conversations with your candidates to ensure you can partner them with the right future employer and career path. Our teams, located in the city centre of Dublin are ready to welcome you on board and will make you feel at home from day one! With an experienced team of recruitment professionals behind you, there is no limit to your career aspirations and goals! As a Recruitment Consultant at Randstad some of your responsibilities will include: Sourcing candidates matched against pre-qualified specificationsConducting searches via: our database, incoming applications, job boards and various online schemes in order to build your own expert network of candidatesKeeping in touch with your expert network by holding telephone interviews, qualifying and submitting candidates to specific roles whilst sourcing business leadsDevelop an understanding of technical knowledge relevant to the market.Business development to generate new client relationships as well as managing current relationships and accounts, ultimately contributing to positive revenue streams. What Randstad will provide for you: Competitive salary and an unrivalled commission package (completely uncapped)Flexible benefits; including shares, additional time off, a volunteering day and of course, a bucket load of discounts to make your commission go even further!Amazing offices with a great culture in the city centre Dublin, ideal for social life (socially distanced of course!)An industry leading training programme to set you up for success and help you rise with RandstadA clear career path If you are interested in this position please apply now or get in touch with Dean Jennings directly. Randstad encourage applications from individuals of all ages & backgrounds. Whilst appointments will be made on merit alone candidates must be able to prove their right to work in the UK or the Republic of Ireland (as relevant). Randstad acts as an employment agency for permanent recruitment & an employment business for temporary recruitment as defined by the Conduct of Employment Agencies & Employment Business Regulations 2003
        Randstad has embarked on a journey into the future, transforming ourselves in a way that will strengthen our leading role in recruitment. Starting your recruitment career with a leading global brand, you will be the key to the businesses success, utilising your ambition and drive to build relationships with candidates and clients, going above and beyond to maximise the results for both. Our current consultants tell us they love the career development, training, diversity and the opportunity to make work meaningful. Our office environment and social settings here in Dublin provide the perfect environment for an energetic and hardworking individual to thrive. Here at Randstad you will focus on having a consultative approach with your clients to help them secure the best talent within the financial services and life sciences market. You will balance that with insightful conversations with your candidates to ensure you can partner them with the right future employer and career path. Our teams, located in the city centre of Dublin are ready to welcome you on board and will make you feel at home from day one! With an experienced team of recruitment professionals behind you, there is no limit to your career aspirations and goals! As a Recruitment Consultant at Randstad some of your responsibilities will include: Sourcing candidates matched against pre-qualified specificationsConducting searches via: our database, incoming applications, job boards and various online schemes in order to build your own expert network of candidatesKeeping in touch with your expert network by holding telephone interviews, qualifying and submitting candidates to specific roles whilst sourcing business leadsDevelop an understanding of technical knowledge relevant to the market.Business development to generate new client relationships as well as managing current relationships and accounts, ultimately contributing to positive revenue streams. What Randstad will provide for you: Competitive salary and an unrivalled commission package (completely uncapped)Flexible benefits; including shares, additional time off, a volunteering day and of course, a bucket load of discounts to make your commission go even further!Amazing offices with a great culture in the city centre Dublin, ideal for social life (socially distanced of course!)An industry leading training programme to set you up for success and help you rise with RandstadA clear career path If you are interested in this position please apply now or get in touch with Dean Jennings directly. Randstad encourage applications from individuals of all ages & backgrounds. Whilst appointments will be made on merit alone candidates must be able to prove their right to work in the UK or the Republic of Ireland (as relevant). Randstad acts as an employment agency for permanent recruitment & an employment business for temporary recruitment as defined by the Conduct of Employment Agencies & Employment Business Regulations 2003
        • llanelli, wales
        • temporary
        • £13.20 per hour
        • randstad business support
        Randstad are supporting our public sector Client and we are looking to recruit a Part time Community Empowerment Officer - based in Llanelli . Main Purpose of the role-Community Empowerment Officer will work closely with local community groups and individuals to raise the profile and awareness of the programme, creating opportunities in which to identify new participants, engaging and enrolling them onto the programme. They will provide key support for all aspects of programme development and capacity building initiatives, being responsive to local needs and working within set Programme guidance. The Community Empowerment Officer will provide a flexible, high quality service, working in partnership with Communities for Work and will be expected to work as part of an integrated team.Principle Accountability's - To engage individuals and groups in a range of community settings and encourage them to participate in the programme.Identify existing active community groups within the area, establish strong partnerships and working relationships with those and work with other programmes.To support and participate in the delivery of community activities and events with the aim of engaging new participants in the programme.To promote the support available through the Programme to generate engagements.To support a range of interventions to participants that can help to improve their employability prospects.Identify and organise training and capacity building activities as appropriate to participants, within a defined budget and as set out in Programme guidance.Assist participants to access formal and informal training opportunities, other than those funded directly by the programme.Have a full awareness of other employability programmes such as Communities for Work, Regional ESF Operations, PACE and Active Inclusion.To support an effective referral system and triage process to monitor and evaluate progress.Support and assist with paperwork, evidence collection and analysis for the programme.Support individuals to access the volunteering programme.Act within procedures with regard to equal opportunities and equalities.Undertake any other related and reasonable duties, commensurate with the salary grade and level of the post.To undertake work with other team members in supporting participants to prepare for training and employment.To follow prescribed filing and data accuracy requirements to ensure the confidentiality of participant information and a robust audit trail for internal and external review.To participate in the Welsh Government programme development activity.To provide flexible support to the programme in the area and work occasional unsocial hours.To carry out other tasks and responsibilities of a similar nature to those listed above as determined from time to time by the local Programme Manager in relation to the smooth running of the service.Randstad Business Support acts as an employment business when supplying temporary staff and as an employment agency when introducing candidates for permanent employment with a client. Randstad Business Support is an equal opportunities employer and decisions are made on merits alone.
        Randstad are supporting our public sector Client and we are looking to recruit a Part time Community Empowerment Officer - based in Llanelli . Main Purpose of the role-Community Empowerment Officer will work closely with local community groups and individuals to raise the profile and awareness of the programme, creating opportunities in which to identify new participants, engaging and enrolling them onto the programme. They will provide key support for all aspects of programme development and capacity building initiatives, being responsive to local needs and working within set Programme guidance. The Community Empowerment Officer will provide a flexible, high quality service, working in partnership with Communities for Work and will be expected to work as part of an integrated team.Principle Accountability's - To engage individuals and groups in a range of community settings and encourage them to participate in the programme.Identify existing active community groups within the area, establish strong partnerships and working relationships with those and work with other programmes.To support and participate in the delivery of community activities and events with the aim of engaging new participants in the programme.To promote the support available through the Programme to generate engagements.To support a range of interventions to participants that can help to improve their employability prospects.Identify and organise training and capacity building activities as appropriate to participants, within a defined budget and as set out in Programme guidance.Assist participants to access formal and informal training opportunities, other than those funded directly by the programme.Have a full awareness of other employability programmes such as Communities for Work, Regional ESF Operations, PACE and Active Inclusion.To support an effective referral system and triage process to monitor and evaluate progress.Support and assist with paperwork, evidence collection and analysis for the programme.Support individuals to access the volunteering programme.Act within procedures with regard to equal opportunities and equalities.Undertake any other related and reasonable duties, commensurate with the salary grade and level of the post.To undertake work with other team members in supporting participants to prepare for training and employment.To follow prescribed filing and data accuracy requirements to ensure the confidentiality of participant information and a robust audit trail for internal and external review.To participate in the Welsh Government programme development activity.To provide flexible support to the programme in the area and work occasional unsocial hours.To carry out other tasks and responsibilities of a similar nature to those listed above as determined from time to time by the local Programme Manager in relation to the smooth running of the service.Randstad Business Support acts as an employment business when supplying temporary staff and as an employment agency when introducing candidates for permanent employment with a client. Randstad Business Support is an equal opportunities employer and decisions are made on merits alone.
        • llanelli, wales
        • temporary
        • £13.20 per hour
        • randstad business support
        Our client has an exciting opportunity to work as a Community Employment Officer. Main Duties include-The Community Employment Officer will provide intensive one to one mentoring to participants to help them identify and take practical steps to overcome barriers preventing them taking up identified training and employment.They will support a caseload of participants identified as being eligible to receive services under the programme, developing and implementing their action plans, addressing barriers to employment, developing employability skills and securing employment whilst actively promoting the services of the programme to a wide range of stakeholders. They will empower, motivate and support participants to move into and, most importantly, sustain employment, as well as supporting participants to progress whilst in work.The Community Employment Officer will provide a flexible, high quality service, working in partnership with Communities for Work, and will be expected to work as part of an integrated team. Supporting participants through a person centred approach to mentoring and coaching and tackling barriers to employment (arising from poverty and long term inactivity), providing interventions on an outreach basis, and supporting participants in the community. Randstad Business Support acts as an employment business when supplying temporary staff and as an employment agency when introducing candidates for permanent employment with a client. Randstad Business Support is an equal opportunities employer and decisions are made on merits alone.
        Our client has an exciting opportunity to work as a Community Employment Officer. Main Duties include-The Community Employment Officer will provide intensive one to one mentoring to participants to help them identify and take practical steps to overcome barriers preventing them taking up identified training and employment.They will support a caseload of participants identified as being eligible to receive services under the programme, developing and implementing their action plans, addressing barriers to employment, developing employability skills and securing employment whilst actively promoting the services of the programme to a wide range of stakeholders. They will empower, motivate and support participants to move into and, most importantly, sustain employment, as well as supporting participants to progress whilst in work.The Community Employment Officer will provide a flexible, high quality service, working in partnership with Communities for Work, and will be expected to work as part of an integrated team. Supporting participants through a person centred approach to mentoring and coaching and tackling barriers to employment (arising from poverty and long term inactivity), providing interventions on an outreach basis, and supporting participants in the community. Randstad Business Support acts as an employment business when supplying temporary staff and as an employment agency when introducing candidates for permanent employment with a client. Randstad Business Support is an equal opportunities employer and decisions are made on merits alone.
        • ebbw vale, wales
        • temporary
        • £12.00 per hour
        • randstad business support
        An exciting opportunity has arisen within the Connected Communities Team to support and co-ordinate Community Benefits within the Local Authority.The role will ensure consistent consideration of social clauses within Blaenau Gwent contracts; maximising local supply chain opportunities and facilitating employment and skills opportunities.The Community Benefits Officer will be required to support and co-ordinate Community Benefit activity throughout the local authority. The successful candidate will be required to have knowledge of procurement processes and securing social clauses on contracts. They will work with internal departments, inclusive of procurement, to "champion" communitybenefits. Working in partnership with public, private and third sector organisations the Community Benefits Officer will engage with businesses/contractors to identify opportunities and facilitate both supply chain and employment/training opportunities for local residents.The ability to work under pressure and prioritise work, communicate effectively and possess a good knowledge of a range of ICT systems will be key within this role. Job DutiesTo develop and maintain effective local employment routes in Blaenau Gwent.To be the primary interface between the company, external agencies, contractors and local businesses to; facilitate employment related opportunities signpost to relevant services and support partner agencies with business intelligence to develop training pathways to upskill local residents in line with future opportunities.Engage with contractors to identify employment, training and work experience opportunities and source suitable individuals wherever possible and where necessary co-ordinate the recruitment process on behalf of the employer.To represent the local authority at employment related partner meetings and events; share information, provide programme updates, promote internal and external opportunities.To work with the team to deliver activities and events as appropriate; aligned to the employment and skills agenda.To support and co-ordinate Community Benefit activity throughout the local authority; working with internal departments, inclusive of procurement, to "champion" community benefits; and to support and inform the inclusion of social clauses within Blaenau Gwent contracts.To work with the team to develop appropriate systems to monitor and evaluate delivery;playing a lead role for coordinating and recording outcomes associated with specific contract clauses.To explore and maximise supply chain opportunities; working closely with the Business and Innovation team to develop local business relationships and supply chain activity with contractors.To engage positively with internal and external stakeholders to determine local needs that may be facilitated by community benefits; relating to council and partner contract opportunities.Essential Skills:Must have a full, valid, UK driving licenceGood standard of education, 5 GCSCE' grade A-C, including English and mathsKnowledge of procurement processes and securing social clausesKnowledge of using a range of ICT softwareExperience of developing, using and maintaining Excel databasesWorking directly with employers to maximise local employment and supply chain opportunitiesWorking in partnership with the public, private and third sector organisations to facilitate employment/training opportunities for local residentsWorking with contractors to secure local community benefitsRegular monitoring and reporting of project delivery and outcomes including social clauses/community benefits achievedBuilding and developing professional networksExperience of working with community groups and third sector organisationsOrganising multiple partner events, ideally within the regeneration or employment fieldProviding individual client support to those seeking employment/trainingIf you feel you are right for the role and looking for full time hours on a temporary basis, apply today!Randstad Business Support acts as an employment business when supplying temporary staff and as an employment agency when introducing candidates for permanent employment with a client. Randstad Business Support is an equal opportunities employer and decisions are made on merits alone.
        An exciting opportunity has arisen within the Connected Communities Team to support and co-ordinate Community Benefits within the Local Authority.The role will ensure consistent consideration of social clauses within Blaenau Gwent contracts; maximising local supply chain opportunities and facilitating employment and skills opportunities.The Community Benefits Officer will be required to support and co-ordinate Community Benefit activity throughout the local authority. The successful candidate will be required to have knowledge of procurement processes and securing social clauses on contracts. They will work with internal departments, inclusive of procurement, to "champion" communitybenefits. Working in partnership with public, private and third sector organisations the Community Benefits Officer will engage with businesses/contractors to identify opportunities and facilitate both supply chain and employment/training opportunities for local residents.The ability to work under pressure and prioritise work, communicate effectively and possess a good knowledge of a range of ICT systems will be key within this role. Job DutiesTo develop and maintain effective local employment routes in Blaenau Gwent.To be the primary interface between the company, external agencies, contractors and local businesses to; facilitate employment related opportunities signpost to relevant services and support partner agencies with business intelligence to develop training pathways to upskill local residents in line with future opportunities.Engage with contractors to identify employment, training and work experience opportunities and source suitable individuals wherever possible and where necessary co-ordinate the recruitment process on behalf of the employer.To represent the local authority at employment related partner meetings and events; share information, provide programme updates, promote internal and external opportunities.To work with the team to deliver activities and events as appropriate; aligned to the employment and skills agenda.To support and co-ordinate Community Benefit activity throughout the local authority; working with internal departments, inclusive of procurement, to "champion" community benefits; and to support and inform the inclusion of social clauses within Blaenau Gwent contracts.To work with the team to develop appropriate systems to monitor and evaluate delivery;playing a lead role for coordinating and recording outcomes associated with specific contract clauses.To explore and maximise supply chain opportunities; working closely with the Business and Innovation team to develop local business relationships and supply chain activity with contractors.To engage positively with internal and external stakeholders to determine local needs that may be facilitated by community benefits; relating to council and partner contract opportunities.Essential Skills:Must have a full, valid, UK driving licenceGood standard of education, 5 GCSCE' grade A-C, including English and mathsKnowledge of procurement processes and securing social clausesKnowledge of using a range of ICT softwareExperience of developing, using and maintaining Excel databasesWorking directly with employers to maximise local employment and supply chain opportunitiesWorking in partnership with the public, private and third sector organisations to facilitate employment/training opportunities for local residentsWorking with contractors to secure local community benefitsRegular monitoring and reporting of project delivery and outcomes including social clauses/community benefits achievedBuilding and developing professional networksExperience of working with community groups and third sector organisationsOrganising multiple partner events, ideally within the regeneration or employment fieldProviding individual client support to those seeking employment/trainingIf you feel you are right for the role and looking for full time hours on a temporary basis, apply today!Randstad Business Support acts as an employment business when supplying temporary staff and as an employment agency when introducing candidates for permanent employment with a client. Randstad Business Support is an equal opportunities employer and decisions are made on merits alone.

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