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      • london, london
      • full-time
      • Clean Air Fund
      Executive Assistant – Programmes and Strategic Partnerships and Communications (SP&C)The Clean Air Fund is looking to recruit an Executive Assistant to join the team in London. This is an exciting opportunity to join a rapidly growing organisation whose mission is to use philanthropic grants to catalyse a reduction in air #x202F;   As an Executive Assistant with Clean Air Fund you would be responsible to provide administrative support to the Programmes and Strategic Partnerships and Communications (SP&C) Directors to help ensure the smooth running of their functions. This includes acting as liaison point for both Directors in their engagement with external and internal partners, grantees, and other key relationships and organise relevant meetings with them. Your day-to-day activities would include management of the Director’s diaries, resolving conflicting priorities and providing logistical support, such as booking meeting rooms and office ; You would also support organisation and delivery of the Grants and Charitable Activities Committee, which meets four times per year and approves the organisation’s grant making and direct delivery activity, and on occasion, be involved in related projects within the respective ;To be successful in this role you have previous PA/EA experience working for senior executives in busy and complex environments. Your tasks have included diary management, minute taking, support with meeting logistics (online and in person) and drafting communications. It is vital you have strong organisational and project management skills with excellent attention to detail. As a person you are a motivated self-starter with an ability to work unsupervised and you are proficient in all areas of ; You will need to have the right to work in the UK to apply for this role.To apply, please send your CV and a cover letter stating how you meet the criteria in the person specification.For more information on this role, as well as the full person specification please see the job ; Closing date- 24th May 2022 Salary- Circa £40,000 Full time and permanent As an employer, we are committed to ensuring the representation of people from all backgrounds regardless of their gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, race, religion, ethnicity, age, neurodiversity, disability status, returning parents, carers or any other aspect which makes them unique. We welcome applicants from all backgrounds to apply and would encourage you to let us know if there are steps, we can take to ensure that your recruitment process enables you to present yourself in a way that makes you comfortable. We are committed ensuring the safety and protection of our employees from all forms of ;
      • london, london
      • full-time
      • Web Recruit
      Housing Officer (6 Month FTC)Location: Home-based/site-based across North LondonSalary: £31,452 per annumJob Type: 6-month (FTC), Full-time, 5 days per week (with the possibility for extension)Who Our Client IsOur client provides safe and affordable homes for people in London, helping their residents to enjoy vibrant, active and fulfilling lives.Your RoleWorking across North, and Northwest London. As a Housing Officer, you will have a strong focus on ‘putting residents first’, understanding complex anti-social behaviour cases, dealing with neighbour disputes, working alongside our client’s Income Management Team and the Compliance Team, ensuring that their properties and residents are safe in their homes. To have an in-depth knowledge and understanding around safeguarding, reporting and managing cases.You will actively work with partnerships and agencies to support our client’s service delivery and deliver service developments and improvements that optimise Social Value and value for money.About youThe ideal candidate will be passionate, enthusiastic and innovative. A qualification in housing/care/customer services is desirable. The following are considered essential:- Experience with Tenancy Sustainment- Advanced knowledge of the impact of mental health, drug and alcohol on a resident and the neighbourhood, accessing services- Understanding resident/customer engagement- Experience of handling and resolving complaints and conflict resolution, and understanding the Housing Ombudsman- Experience of Housing Management SystemsReporting to the Portfolio Manager, you will embrace training that is tailored to your ability to manage residents needs and improve your performance.Our client is passionate about fostering and supporting all forms of diversity, inclusion, and gender balance across the organisation and they always welcome applicants from diverse and ethnic minority backgrounds. If you would like some support with applying, please let them know. They are passionate about supporting diverse candidates.If you consider this to be the right opportunity for you, apply as soon as possible with your most up to date CV, if you wish to include, our client is also happy to receive covering letters.Please note that our client considers applications as soon as they receive them, interviews will be held as soon as possible and they will make an offer immediately, if they find the right candidate. Apply without delay!
      • london, london
      • full-time
      • Mind
      Full Time – 36 HoursWe have big goals over the next few years.We’re going to be fighting for mental health in a way we never have before.Together we’ll be working to make sure everyone experiencing a mental health problem gets the support and respect they deserve.Will you join us?In these unprecedented and challenging times, Mind is and will be needed more than ever. Our corporate partnerships play a huge role by helping us raise income and public awareness and address key organisational challenges.In the last few years Mind’s Corporate Partnership team has seen exponential growth in terms of team size, number of partners and income/added value delivered. In 2020/21, Mind’s corporate partnerships generated over £12 million gross income for our work.The New Corporate Partnerships team has been at the forefront of securing some fantastic partners for Mind such as Halfords, Dunelm, Kleenex, McLaren Racing, and McVitie’s, to name a few.Our partnerships cover the spectrum of partnership types from strategic partnerships, Charity of the Year partnerships (COTYs), corporate donations, brand and commercial partnerships. You will help us build on our success. We are looking for a great relationship builder, someone who’s self-motivated and creative and also analytical and process driven. This is a varied and ever-developing role which will help us to maximise the impact we can achieve for people with mental health problems through our corporate partnerships.Reporting to the Senior Corporate Partnerships Officer, you will provide New Partnerships Team valuable support, as well as taking the lead on your own projects and partnership opportunities.Closing date: Sunday 29th MayInterviews held week commencing 20th JuneThis will be a flexible working position, with a minimum of two days in Mind’s office at Redman Place, London. That being said, many of our staff work flexibly in many different ways, including hybrid working and compressed hours. Please talk to us at interview about the flexibility you need. We can’t promise to give you exactly what you want, but we do promise not to judge you for asking.Location weighting allowances: London £3,477; Regional £1,738.Mind is committed to equality of opportunity for all staff, and applications from individuals are encouraged regardless of age, disability, sex, gender reassignment, sexual orientation, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion or belief and marriage and civil partnerships.Please refer to the Job Description while completing your application as candidates will be shortlisted based on how closely they match the criteria.
      • belvedere, london
      • full-time
      • Hiring People
      Would you like a role where there is real scope for career progression? Would you like to work for a company who offer performance related bonuses alongside your salary? Would you like the opportunity to share in the company's success and work for a team who ensure that their staff feel valued?If so this could be the role for you! Our client is a growing construction company who were established in ; They have a great reputation with clients in South East and Central ; The company's growth and development has been founded on a powerful reputation for quality delivery and a flexible approach to client and project demands across all sectors of the ;Due to expansion they are currently looking for someone motivated and passionate to help them grow the business by building systems and processes which will improve efficiency and sustainability.Personal attributes that are imperative to this role are an innovative attitude, and you must be organised and reliable.Daily duties will include but not limited to•Assistance with RAMS and H&S requirements from our clients•Build tender documents and formalise quotes on time•Assistance in working towards ISO accreditations and maintaining current accreditations•Assistance with organising labour and procurement, including expanding the current supply chain and maintaining relationships with subcontractors•Managing part-time members of staff, ensuring the projects they work on are free flowing and that company are delivering the full package to our clients•Maintain a database to ensure all contractor information is up to date•Helping to deliver new marketing strategies across the company•Working with the accounts team to ensure all financial reporting is correctly captured and devising new strategies to get the best value•General admin, filing, printing, keeping up with the business correspondence•Responsible for the smooth running of the office and ensuring all facilities are always available•Promoting the company's core valuesKey Skills:•Discretion and trustworthiness: you will often be party to confidential information•Flexibility and adaptability•Good oral and written communication skills•Good organisational skills and the ability to multitask•The ability to be proactive and take the initiative•Demonstrate good attention to detail•Good knowledge of all Microsoft packages and the ability to learn company-specific software when required.Company Benefits:•Overtime pay available (when required)•Hybrid working available•Staff training/development•Company eventsHow to Apply:If you are interested in this position and would like to learn more our client would love to hear from you! Please attach an up to date copy of your CV to the link provided and they will be in direct contact.Good luck!
      • london, london
      • full-time
      • The Hyde Group
      AdministratorLondon BridgeSalary £20,185 - £25,520Closing date: 4th AprilInterviews: w/c 09/05/2022We’re looking to recruit an Administrator to join the Finance and Resources Team at our head office located in London Bridge This is a full-time permanent role, with flexible working available on a hybrid basis (60% remote and 40% office based).The Hyde Group’s vision is to provide a great home for everyone. Our values guide the way we operate as a business: we’re customer driven, inclusive, collaborative and innovative.In this role, you’ll co-ordinate and deliver an excellent administrative support service for the whole of Hyde’s finance team, supporting the team to provide an excellent service for the organisation, both internally and externally, and maintaining, updating and co-ordinating administrative systems and processes to ensure Hyde’s finance team delivers a highly professional and efficient service. You will also assist the Finance Team Co-ordinator in managing and co-ordinating the finance team’s workplan, policies and procedures and staff engagement and welfare programmes.Duties of an Administrator:Coordinate all administrative activities as required by Hyde’s finance team, including: Organisational requirements such as learning and development, expenses, annual leave etcKeep relevant finance records up to date including team training records, producing reports and other information as required (KPI reporting).Assist the Finance Team Manager in creating and maintaining a central hub for finance policies and procedures.Assist the Finance Team Manager in designing an ongoing staff engagement and welfare programme across finance, leading on the co-ordination of events such as annual awaydays, team briefs, and team building events.Lead on communications within the finance team and with the rest of the business, ensuring that the finance hub is up to date and co-ordinating the posting of items on Hyde’s intranet and Hyde wide emails etc.Provide PA support to the Finance Directors as required, including diary management and co-ordination of meetings.We offer a great flexible benefits package, a 35-hour working week, a fantastic pension scheme and the opportunity to work for an organisation whose social purpose is to help provide people with a home.Diversity and inclusion are integral to the Hyde Group as a social business, and critical in delivering our vision of a great home for everyone. We strive to build and nurture a culture where inclusivity is the norm and not an initiative. Many of the greatest ideas and discoveries come from a diverse mix of minds, backgrounds and experiences, and we’re committed to cultivating an inclusive workplace which reflects our customer profile and where everyone is proud to be unique.
      • london, london
      • part-time
      • The SmartList
      Indeed Flex needs Food Prep Assistants in London for £11 per hour!*Plus Holiday pay accrued at With Indeed Flex, you will receive free access to all kinds of exclusive benefits!£40 Referrals for each friend you refer to us!Free insurance, from paid sick days accident pay to family leaveStay healthy with 24/7 digital GP and mental health supportSave on food, fuel, technology and more with dozens of deals and discountsHigh wages paid weeklyAccess to Social Media groups to meet other like-minded FlexerShifts type: Flexible day, afternoon and evening shifts available!Food Preparation Assistant Responsibilities:Complying with health regulations and safety precautionsTagging, labelling, dating all materialsPreparing workstation with all necessary ingredients and equipmentOverseeing stock and food supplyBasic cooking tasks that may arise on the job Indeed Flex is the #1 Temporary Staff App. Download our app and gain ownership, control and choice in managing when and where you work.Follow these steps to get verified and start booking shifts that fit your schedule!1. Complete your online application.2. Download the Indeed Flex App.3. Attend your online interview and share certification relevant to the role. 4. Congratulations! You’re now a Flexer and have access to shifts and roles that suit your preferences!5. Refer your friends to become a Flexer and earn a £40 bonus!*Terms and conditions apply
      • london, london
      • full-time
      • Google
      Minimum qualifications:Bachelor's degree or equivalent practical experience.Experience in project or program management.Preferred qualifications:Ability to utilize consumer insights and data to drive action to improve the customer experience.Ability to manage multiple, time-sensitive projects with competing priorities, and drive projects to completion with minimal guidance and high attention to detail.Ability to streamline complex processes and implement workflows designed to increase efficiency.Ability to work separately and problem-solve in complex situations.Excellent analytical and problem-solving skills.Excellent written and verbal communication and teamwork skills.About the jobAt gTech’s Users and Products team (gUP), our mission is to help users get the most out of Google. We represent Google's users and many of our partners globally, sharing insights with the larger Google organization to enable exceptional customer and product experiences. gUP builds innovative solutions that take user experience and engagement with Google to the next level, supporting users across products, countries, cultures, incomes, and identities. We advocate for users through partnerships with product areas at Google (and some Alphabet businesses), supporting Google’s consumer products ecosystem and enabling numerous launches for Google’s consumer products each year.The Consumer Payments team helps make payments fast, easy, and safe around the world. We create and manage Google’s global billing and payments platform, consumer applications, and merchant services. As a Product Support Manager, you’ll drive the consumer support strategy for one or more core components of the Google Pay consumer experience. You will help shape a user-centric support and enablement ecosystem that delivers a uniquely Google user experience. In this role, you'll influence product strategy through strategic insights and stakeholder management, oversee the customer care experience for one or more features of Google Pay, and deliver operational excellence as you scale product support. You'll keep the big picture in focus while diving into the UX, engineering, and business challenges of your stakeholders and consumers. You'll work strategically with Product Managers and team members across the Risk, Compliance, and Operations teams to deliver on the Google Pay support strategy.Google creates products and services that make the world a better place, and gTech’s role is to help bring them to life. Our teams of trusted advisors support customers globally. Our solutions are rooted in our technical skill, product expertise, and a thorough understanding of our customers’ complex needs. Whether the answer is a bespoke solution to solve a unique problem, or a new tool that can scale across Google, everything we do aims to ensure our customers benefit from the full potential of Google products.To learn more about gTech, check out our video.ResponsibilitiesOwn the support strategy for one or more core components of the Google Pay consumer experience.Monitor user feedback, ensure resolution of user issues, and provide meaningful insights to product teams to improve the user experience.Support the strategy and delivery of the customer care experience for Google Pay users, provide strategic insights, and guide continuous improvement efforts in customer service and operations.Understand and anticipate operational risks and partner cross-functionally to analyze root-causes of process errors, build mitigation strategies, and recommend changes in workflows and tools.Drive alignment with other Consumer Payments operations to ensure a consistent user experience and an efficiently run operation across markets.Google is proud to be an equal opportunity workplace and is an affirmative action employer. We are committed to equal employment opportunity regardless of race, color, ancestry, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, age, citizenship, marital status, disability, gender identity or Veteran status. We also consider qualified applicants regardless of criminal histories, consistent with legal requirements. See also Google's EEO Policy and EEO is the Law. If you have a disability or special need that requires accommodation, please let us know by completing our Accommodations for Applicants form.
      • london, london
      • full-time
      • Publicis Groupe
      Company DescriptionWe are:Publicis Sapient is a digital transformation consultancy. We help some of the biggest companies in the world create a unique strategic advantage with our digital, strategy, consulting, and technology services.We’ve been working in digital innovation for more than 3 decades and have created numerous world-firsts - including the first online seat selector for United Airlines, the first digital menu boards for Dunkin Donuts and the first digital trade finance bank for AGTB. We’ve also developed entirely new propositions like Marriot Homes and Villas to disrupt Airbnb, and we’re even helping develop NEOM, an entirely new city in Saudi Arabia.The Customer Experience & Innovation Consulting Team at Publicis Sapient: We are a group of super-smart people with diverse skills and experience who like solving complex challenges to create what’s next across a wide range of industries – from retail to energy, from automotive to financial services, from life sciences to logistics.We work at the intersection of innovation in technology, business and customer experience to conceive, develop, design and deliver new experiences that will transform businesses and make life better for millions of our client’s customers.We harness deep customer research, insight and understanding to identify, test and validate new opportunities, then shape them into market-defining strategy and solutions for our clients.We work in a fast-paced, ‘sprint’-based environment where no two days and no two challenges are the same.We thrive on innovative and impactful work for clients and for ourselves.We can draw upon an unrivalled depth and breadth of technical, creative and consulting capability across Publicis Sapient to shape businesses so they can meet ever-evolving customer needs.We do this at scale. We make an impact.The role of a Senior Manager in CX&ICAs a Senior Manager in CX&IC at Publicis Sapient, you will act as a transformation partner for our clients – helping them understand how changing customer expectations and marketplace dynamics will require them to deliver new, innovative experiences, propositions, products and ;You are an eclectic thinker who can balance multiple considerations simultaneously – changing technologies, emerging business models and customer insight – to identify new opportunities for our clients.You will be well versed in ‘design thinking’ and ‘systems thinking’, and the application of these techniques to uncover, identify and understand customer interests, motivations and behaviours, then work iteratively and collaboratively towards experiences that meet these customer needs.Job DescriptionAs a Senior Manager in the CX&IC team, you will:Act as a transformational partner for clients - including departmental heads and project sponsors.Work autonomously in the strategic ownership of larger, more complex projects from the client briefing through to final recommendations and ;Work collaboratively with all disciplines (and the client) to define how we will create customer and market insights that inspire the team and generate breakthrough ;Develop and conduct customer and marketplace research that helps strategically frame, validate or test core hypotheses, then distil this research into actionable ;Use ‘design thinking’ and ‘systems thinking’ techniques to identify opportunity areas for new experience, propositions, products and services, then help converge thinking around feasible, viable and desirable ;Clarify and translate the strategic direction into priorities, objectives and a clear evaluation ;Facilitate the creation of design / strategic artefacts - personas, as-is and future state customer journeys, service blueprints, storyboards, prototypes, ;Be a strong and convincing narrator and moderator both internally and with clients, reconciling perspectives, finding common ground and advocating customer value and business solutions at critical ;Mentor more junior staff, defining a role for them on projects, overseeing their work and guiding their development in the ;Actively seek out thought leaders and different perspectives on industry approaches, developments and break-through methodologies.Develop new techniques and approaches, then collate and share expertise across the discipline in order to help build the company’s collective ;Act as a champion and advocate for customer research and insight generation techniques both internally and to a wider external audience.QualificationsAbout You: You are commercially minded; you can identify and pursue new opportunities to bring value to client engagements.You are able to see the big picture and zoom in on the details to impactful moments of the customer ;You champion the customer and evidence-based ;You display empathy, intellectual curiosity and openness to learn about new industries, new fields, new disciplines and are excited by change and ;You are passionate about delivering meaningful experiences which positively impact the lives of our clients’ ;What you need to have:An outstanding portfolio of work demonstrating strong customer insight-driven design thinking across a diverse range of ;Experience formulating novel research and development programmes that iteratively identify, test and refine new and innovative propositions, products and ;Experience working collaboratively with colleagues and clients in a variety of different ways – flying solo, as part of an “consultancy” team, co-working with the client in “agile” ;A mind set that’s open to change and to challenge – you need to be curious, consultative, self-starting, collaborative, empathetic, helpful, not prepared to settle for ‘that’ll do’, resilient, and eager to ;Pride and passion in your work.Additional InformationWhat you’ll get from us:In the CX&IC team:A big canvas – major companies, major brands, major challenges – our clients want us to answer big questions about what their future business should look like. You will be the at the spear-point of answering that question – and the answer will likely shape the experience of millions of people.Capability – Publicis Sapient works at scale with a breadth and depth of creative, consulting, and technology talent – the ideas you shape will be translated into reality.Autonomy – you’ll be faced with unique questions and challenges; client teams will look to you for your expertise in your field; you’ll have the chance to shape the company’s response, applying your thinking and expertise in the way that best meets the client’s needs.Support – we’re committed to making you better at what you do best - plenty of training, learning and development opportunities from conferences to courses to simply working alongside some of the best and friendliest people in the industry.In the Publicis Sapient more generally:Smart, decent, fun, stimulating, collaborative folk to work with.Lots of travel/work abroad opportunities (COVID allowing).Wellbeing perks included subsidised gym and in-house massages.Lots of support networks - VivaWomen! (for all genders), Egalite (for LGBT), Uni (diversity council), Hue (people of colour).Free barista drinks all day, Frinks (free Friday night drinks), free fruit and chocolates (it’s the little things), quarterly Town Halls (with free pizza and drinks) (once we’re back in the office, obviously).
      • bethnal green, london
      • full-time
      • Vibrance
      Vibrance has an exciting opportunity for a Housing Officer to join our small and busy Housing teamin Bethnal Green. You will join us on a full-time, permanent basis, and in return, you will receive a competitive salary of £23,694 - £25,118 per annum, plus benefits including the opportunity for hybrid working.About the role:As a Housing Officer, you will be responsible for providing a housing management service to the service users living in Vibrance owned and managed services. You will provide support to Vibrance services in relation to health and safety, maintenance, housing law and tenancy issues, rent collection, and arrears management. You’ll also provide specific support and advice to individuals who use Vibrance services with housing matters and money advice.The Housing Officer role will be supporting our services located across London & South- East England and as such ability to travel is essential.Responsibilities as our Housing Officer will include: Supporting prospective service users (and their carers where appropriate) with all aspects of the moving in/out process, to ensure that people are able to make an informed decision about whether or not to move in or move outEnsuring that individuals are maximising their benefits, including supporting them to make claims and liaising with the Dept of Work and Pensions and Housing Benefit staff as necessaryProviding support to ensure that individuals are able to maintain their tenancies, including debt/arrears management, anti-social behaviour resolution, and the issues that can arise from shared livingWorking alongside our service managers and landlords to ensure that accommodation remains fit for purpose, well maintained, suitable for the individual residents and that all health & safety responsibilities are being metIn return for your skills, knowledge, and experience, you’ll enjoy:A comprehensive training programme covering core skillsGenerous holiday entitlementPension schemeRewards and recognition for your serviceTo join us as our Housing Officer please click apply below.
      • london, london
      • full-time
      • Ad Warrior Ltd
      Property Manager / Administrator - Working From HomeSalary: £20,000 Per AnnumLocation: Permanent work from home (London based)About the CompanyOur client is a five-star rated property investment company that focuses on impeccable service to drive business success. They are focused on giving the tenants the best experience.The company pride themselves on their personable service and they always strive to go above and beyond the tenants expectations in every aspect of the tenancy.They’re now looking for a personable and confident Property Manager / Administrator to join their close-knit team in with the majority of properties in Barbican, Farringdon, Bloomsbury and Old Street.The Benefits•Salary of £20,000 working from home•Performance bonus•Company phone and laptop•High-performance and exciting work culture•Generous reward package•Comprehensive training programmeThis is the ideal role for a property professional to step up, advance and grow their career with this property investment company.They’ve built an incredible reputation for service and their portfolio speaks volumes about their depth of skills and expertise. You’ll have the chance to learn from the best and enhance your existing experience levels with an outstanding team. What’s more, the company are offering a superb package alongside great training, within a friendly working environment. So, if you are ready for a change and to take your next step on the ladder, this is the role for you.The RoleAs a Property Manager / Administrator, you will be tasked with delivering outstanding service to the Landlord and Tenants in a flexible and responsive manner.The company’s service tenants have come to expect is second-to-none and, in today’s competitive property market, putting them above all other considerations is the key to success. Your role will involve providing effective, regular communication, dealing with requests and issues efficiently and ensuring all properties are up to standard, safe and ready for occupation.Specifically, you will:•Build and maintain great relationships with tenants•Monitor and deal with repair and maintenance requests and ensure works are completed•Draw up tenancies•Attend regular meetings with Director in Kensington•Maintain your knowledge of property legislation•Carry out pre-tenancy inspections•Provide assistance at the end of tenancies including communications in relation to deposits•Complete supporting admin, records and logs•Complete all property manager responsibilities relating to the role•Be proactive in changing processes for the betterAbout YouTo be considered as a Property Manager / Administrator, you will need:•To have experience in the property market and take pride in liaising with landlords, tenants and contractors to resolve both technical and practical issues•Experience of delivering impressive levels of customer service•Experience with managing Central London properties (Preferred) •To thrive under pressure•A great eye for detail•To demonstrate strong administrative and IT skills•The ability to work as part of a team and individually•Superb organisational and communication skills•To be proactive and have a passion for problem solving (with a smile!)Other organisations may call this role Lettings Consultant, Lettings Advisor, Tenancy Advisor, Property Consultant, Lettings Negotiator, Estate Agent, or Lettings Agent.You may already possess experience in one (or more) of the following roles: Property Administrator, Property Assistant Manager, Property Assistant, Lettings Administrator, Tenancy Officer, Accommodation Administrator, Housing Operations Assistant, or Tenancy Administrator.If you feel you are a suitable candidate and would like to work for this reputable academy, then please do not hesitate in applying.
      • blackheath, london
      • full-time
      • Morden College
      Job Title: ReceptionistLocation: Blackheath, London, SE3 0PW.Salary: £ per hourJob type: Permanent Full-Time & Part-Time - 35 hours per week, 9-5 Monday to Friday and 7 hours per week, 9-5 Saturday.Morden College is a charity dedicated to supporting older people. We are a strong community, committed to enabling those we support to have the highest quality of life, for the rest of their lives. Our care services were graded Good in all 5 CQC inspection area ratings and we have been granted Hospitality Assured status.We will provide you with a generous pension, 175 hours' holiday plus bank holidays, (35 hours' for 7 hour contract) uniform, subsidised meals and free onsite parking. The College actively encourages individuals to expand their knowledge and understanding to the benefit of all parties, and actively supports CPD opportunities through a generous learning and development budget.The role: We are looking to recruit an experienced Receptionist on a part-time basis to provide an excellent service to all residents, visitors and staff to the new John Morden Centre. As a Receptionist you will be the first point of contact for Morden College residents, visitors and staff.This is a job share role which offers high flexibility and requires great teamwork. You will be responsible for providing a professional, friendly and comprehensive administrative support including but not limited to responding to queries, operating the switchboard, monitoring the stationery stock and placing orders, managing bookings of guests' flats, training venue, taxis.Key Responsibilities:To meet and greet Morden College residents and visitors.To handle queries via telephone, email and general correspondence, liaising with the relevant department in a timely manner.To conduct regular walks around the reception area ensuring that this is always tidy and clean.To manage the bookings of guests' flats, training venues and events including producing detailed function sheets, receiving payments and notifying the relevant departments.To monitor and maintain the stationery stock; ensure that stationery and supplies are stored in a secure and safe way; arrange weekly stationery orders ensuring that deliveries come in as scheduled and are received by the relevant department in a timely manner; processing invoices promptly and efficiently.To receive and process payments for trips, meals, etc. in line with Morden College policies.To brief colleagues and line manager at the beginning and at the end of the work week to ensure consistency and a smooth running of the operations.The Candidate:As a Receptionist, you will have previous experience in a similar role, excellent customer service and communication skills, be kind and empathetic, be professional and a team worker.Please click on the APPLY button to send your CV and Cover Letter for this role.Candidates with the relevant experience or job titles of; Admin Assistant, Receptionist, Administrator, Admin, Administrative Assistant, Secretary, Support Administrator, Company Receptionist, Customer Support, Client Service will also be considered for this role.
      • london, london
      • full-time
      • AWD online
      Field Collections Officer / Debt Recovery Agent with good communication and customer service skills and previous experience in a similar role (applications from Enforcement Agents also welcome) is required for a leading provider of debt collection services based in Harrow, London. If you are self-motivated, organised and professional then please read on. SALARY: £25,000 - £35,000 OTE (Basic Salary £23,000, Car Allowance £2,500 and Uncapped Commission. London Weighting of £2,000 within the M25) All Business miles from your home address will be paid one month in arrears at a rate of per mile LOCATION: This is a field-based role and you will cover the North London area (N postcodes) JOB TYPE: Full-Time, Permanent WORKING HOURS: 40 hours per week, Monday to Friday ** FULL TRAINING AND EQUIPMENT PROVIDED ** JOB OVERVIEW We have a fantastic new job opportunity for a Field Collections Officer / Debt Recovery Agent with good communication and customer service skills and previous experience in a similar role. The company is a leading provider of debt collection services to the utility and financial services markets. Due to the continued growth of the company, an opportunity has arisen to join their Field Collections Team. Working as a Field Collections Officer / Debt Recovery Agent you will be working on behalf of many major household names, including large utility and financial services companies, attempting to resolve debt issues by visiting customer premises. As a Field Collections Officer / Debt Recovery Agent you will also be visiting premises to establish occupier details, confirm meter readings and to make contact with customers where remote communication methods have failed. APPLY TODAY If this job looks like your ideal position, then please send in your CV as soon as possible for our Recruitment Team to review. CANDIDATE REQUIREMENTS As a Field Collections Officer / Debt Recovery Agent you will have: • Good communication skills • The ability to work alone • Confidence in leading a team of support staff on warrants of entry • Ability to review and understand customer vulnerability • Ability to detect gas and electricity meter theft / interference • Attend magistrates court to provide evidence where require • Strong customer service skills • Organisational skills to plan workloads • Competent IT ability and familiarity with the Microsoft Office suite In exchange, you will be provided with all of the necessary training, required equipment, a competitive remuneration package which includes a day rate and commission payments and the on-going support of a highly respected company. You will need to have your own vehicle (with relevant business insurance), a full valid driving licence and will be subjected to a criminal records check. EXPERIENCE Candidates will have previous experience of working in any of the following: debt recoverydebt managementdebt collectionrelationship managerenforcement officerarrears officerarrears controller or credit control A full valid driving licence Your own vehicle (with relevant business insurance) HOW TO APPLY To be considered for this job vacancy, please submit your CV to our Recruitment Team who will review your details. CV’s of Job Applicants meeting this requirement will be submitted to our Client for consideration. By submitting your job application to us you are hereby giving us your express consent to submit your details to our Client for this purpose. JOB REF: AWDO-P8668 Full-Time, Permanent Jobs, Careers and Vacancies. Find a new job and work in North London. Multi-Job Board Advertising and CV Sourcing Recruitment Services provided by AWD online. AWD online specialise in sourcing candidates and advertising vacancies on multiple job boards for companies on a non-commission basis. AWD online operates as an employment agency. awdonline |
      • london, london
      • full-time
      • System Recruitment ltd
      Executive AdministratorJob Type: PermanentLocation: Hybrid role - working from home and Central London HQPost Code: WC1N 1LJSalary: £30,000 to £35,000 + BenefitsStart Date: ASAPEstablished Consultancy based in Central London requires an experienced Administrator to perform Administration duties to assist with the daily operations of the Executive Management Team. Essential Skills RequiredGraduate with a 2:1 Degree (or better) in a business focused subjectAt least 2 years solid commercial experience as an Executive Administrator, Senior Administrator or PA.An excellent working knowledge of Microsoft Outlook, Excel, Word, PowerPoint and other office applicationsClient Services / Consultancy background preferredKey ResponsibilitiesAdministrative support for Executive Management teamDiary / Meeting ManagementEvent Management adminTravel AdministrationProduction of Business / Sales ReportsThe role will suit individuals currently working as an Executive Administrator, Client Services / Sales Administrator, Client Services Administrator, Sales Administrator, Personal Assistant, Office Manager and be living within a commutable distance of London or be willing to relocate.Please forward your CV by clicking Apply Now!
      • london, london
      • full-time
      • POST MY JOB LTD
      Summary:We’re looking for a hard-working and dedicated individual with experience in finance, bookkeeping, HR and company administration. You’ll have a wide remit and make an immediate impact across all areas of the business, with the opportunity to quickly progress to the position of CFO.The company:We’re a close-knit and fast-growing digital marketing company operating in a highly innovative sector. Conveniently located for Liverpool Street Station, this opportunity will give you the chance to maximise your potential and be part of a successful growth story.The role:Manage and update all areas Xero accounting software, including bank reconciliations, journal entries and VATWork with external accounting firm to prepare statutory documents including end of year accountsHave sole responsibility over accounts payable, ensuring all suppliers are paid in a timely manner and inline with budgetsOversee aged receivables, managing debtor relationships, providing internal reporting on status and liaising with clients to ensure prompt paymentSupport internal digital marketing teams with financial planning and budgeting, preparing monthly management accounts and well as quarterly reforecastsManage payroll & HR software including salary payments, holiday, sickness and pensionsOversee both onboarding and offboarding of all staff, liaising with external HR consultants and recruiters as requiredBe the prime contact for third party contracts and office requirements including legal services, insurance, rent, supplies, computer equipmentAbout you:Personable, trustworthy and a natural aptitude for planning and organisationProven experience working with all areas of Xero accounting software including payroll and VAT returnsStrong understanding of accounting and finance fundamentals - finance accreditation will be considered a plus, but is not essentialHighly numerate and proficient with Google Sheets/ ExcelExperience managing company-wide budgets including reforecasting, management accounts and cashflowInterested in taking on a wide range of responsibilities across finance, HR, payroll and company administrationHighly independent and able to manage a diverse workloadInterested in working at a small, entrepreneurial businessMinimum 3 years in a similar roleThe benefits:£35-45,000 salary dependent on experience25 days’ annual leave plus bank holidaysAdditional annual leave per years in serviceGenerous paid sick day allowanceFlexible working hours, hybrid working from both home and officeServiced office with barista, members events & weekly socialsMonthly team socialsTraining budget
      • london, london
      • full-time
      • Language Matters
      We are currently looking for a French or Spanish-speaking Underwriting Technician to join a large insurance provider based in Central London. This is an excellent opportunity for someone with previous experience in administration, ideally in an insurance company, to be part of fast-growing company, with a collaborative team . The company is going to adopt the 4 days working week model at the beginning of April.Your responsibilities will include:Managing translation and reviews of documentsManaging administrative duties related to client, company and market documentation and making sure it is accurateCarring out ad-hoc projectsOther duties as assignedAbout you:This would be an ideal role for someone with previous experience in an administrative role, with an interst in growing their career in the insurence industry, with the addition of fluency in French and/or Spanish. Profile:Fluency in Spanish and/or French is mandatoryExperience in using PowerBI and Jet would be beneficialPrevious experience in and administrative role, ideally within InsuranceProficient user of Ms OfficeHard worker and able to take full responsibility for varied duties including basic bookkeeping and management of contractual and other legal issuesTo apply, please send your CV in English and in Word format to Alexia. languagematters is acting as an employment agency in relation to this vacancy.
      • london, london
      • full-time
      • UK College of Business & Computing
      UK College of Business and Computing has a fantastic new opportunity for an Admissions Officer to join the team. You will join us on a full time, permanent basis working 40 hours per week, Monday – Friday and in return, you will receive a competitive salary of £22,000 - £27,000 per annum depending on your experience.UK College of Business and Computing (UKCBC) is an established provider of Higher Education. The College currently operates from 2 campuses across London and has a growing student population.The Admissions Officer contributes to the provision of a high quality, pro-active, friendly and effective student admissions service, with specific day-to-day responsibility for the admissions processes.Key Duties and Responsibilities of our Admissions Officer:Responding to both email, written and personal enquiries from potential students, providing detailedresponses to their enquiries about the application process, fees and course selection as necessaryProviding written and verbal (including telephone) advice and guidance to prospective students, their parent(s) or guardian for all the courses, including advising on procedures for Student Finance applications to avail government fundingAssisting the Admissions Manager with the overall admissions procedure to ensure that proper correspondence and documentation are received for each applicant. Ensuring that the documents are acknowledged and documented as appropriateAssisting with maintaining Admissions Department records - enquiry forms, application forms, assessment sheets, rejected/withdrawn applicant files and other miscellaneous filingProviding cover for other members of the Admissions and Marketing staffRecording all decisions on the UKCBC’s electronic system in line with agreed procedures and service levelsContributing to the monitoring of agreed service levels, including turnaround times, chasing outstanding decisions as requiredProviding administrative support in setting up interviews and tests where appropriateUndertaking other duties as determined by the Admissions ManagerWhat we’re looking for in our Admissions Officer:Essential Criteria: The ability to work with a diverse student populationIT literate, with a sound knowledge of Microsoft OfficeExcellent communication, customer service skills and strong interpersonal skillsDesirable Criteria:A Bachelor's degreeFamiliarity with Student Finance and Student Loans Company procedures would be an advantageTwelve months of experience working in Higher Education is desirableIf you would like to join us in this Admissions Officer, then please click ‘apply’ today – we’d love to hear from you!
      • london, london
      • full-time
      • Google
      Minimum qualifications:Bachelor's degree or equivalent practical experience. Experience in a technology, marketing, product management, consulting, strategy, or business operations role.Preferred qualifications:Ability to navigate ambiguity and drive projects and issues to a clear conclusion.Excellent stakeholder management skills.About the jobGo-To-Market and Support Solutions (GSS) is a global team working to ensure our users get the most out of YouTube. We provide dedicated and scaled support, strategic go-to-market plan development, partnership resources, product and policy insights based on user feedback, and scaled partnership management to ensure that all users can thrive within the YouTube ecosystem. We ensure products get to market, support users when they need help and capture user feedback to drive product excellence and market fit.The Creator Product Support Management team is the bridge between our YouTube creator support and Product Specialist teams. As a Creator Product Support Manager, you will leverage your specialized product knowledge to provide third level troubleshooting consultation support to creator support teams, and partner with Product Specialists to address product issue trends and to advocate for feature requests, and ensure support readiness for product launches. At YouTube, we believe that everyone deserves to have a voice, and that the world is a better place when we listen, share, and build community through our stories. We work together to give everyone the power to share their story, explore what they love, and connect with one another in the process. Working at the intersection of cutting-edge technology and boundless creativity, we move at the speed of culture with a shared goal to show people the world. We explore new ideas, solve real problems, and have fun — and we do it all together.ResponsibilitiesOwn third level support escalations, triage, and prioritization ;Manage support communications for critical product issues impacting support teams.Support launch readiness for products/features and empower support teams with documentation, training, and product knowledge.Represent creator support teams with Product Specialists. Coalesce and collect product feedback and insights to ensure that creator needs/features are represented, quantified, and prioritized for Product Managers and Engineering.Empower internal teams with documentation, training, and product knowledge.Google is proud to be an equal opportunity workplace and is an affirmative action employer. We are committed to equal employment opportunity regardless of race, color, ancestry, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, age, citizenship, marital status, disability, gender identity or Veteran status. We also consider qualified applicants regardless of criminal histories, consistent with legal requirements. See also Google's EEO Policy and EEO is the Law. If you have a disability or special need that requires accommodation, please let us know by completing our Accommodations for Applicants form.
      • london, london
      • full-time
      • JUDICIUM CONSULTING LIMITED
      Role: Administration Assistant - Supporting the sales and marketing teamsSalary: £18,000 - £21,000 per yearAdministration Assistant required for Market lead Education Consultancy Company. You will be a key member of staff supporting the virtual team with a broad range of tasks. Based in the City of London, with the flexibility to work from the office and partly from home.Administration Assistant Duties:Managing client bookings to our weekly online briefing sessions.Ensure all content is of an excellent standard and keeps to brand guidelines.Sending out documentation such as newsletters and postersDaily administrative tasks for the sales team.Administration of CRM and sales systems and toolsAdministration Assistant Requirements:Passion for Education.A hard-working all-rounder, who is well-organised and excellent with time managementMeticulous attention to detail, with an eye for inspiring content and imagery.Administration Assistant Additional Info:18-21 K per annumOpportunity to enter the Education industryMon-Thurs, 9-6 pm, Fri, 9-5 pmGenerous benefits packageIf you are interested in this Administration Assistant position please send your CV, plus a short cover letter.Don't keep a good thing to yourself.We grow our business through referrals, so please don't keep us to yourself. If you think we're doing a good job and know of someone who would benefit from our services, please pass on their name and number to me and I promise we will follow it up. Many thanks.
      • london, london
      • full-time
      • Mind
      Full Time – 35 HoursWe have big goals over the next few years.We’re going to be fighting for mental health in a way we never have before.Together we’ll be working to make sure everyone experiencing a mental health problem gets the support and respect they deserve.Will you join us?This is an exciting opportunity to join Mind’s Workplace Wellbeing team, which operates across Wales and England. We provide support, services and guidance to organisations on how they can create a mentally healthy workplace. Our current portfolio of paid-for services includes training and learning products, Mind’s Workplace Wellbeing Index (a benchmark of best policy and practice in workplace mental health) and consultancy services.You will contribute to Mind's vision of promoting and protecting better mental health for all by being the first point of contact for enquiries into the Engagement team, ensuring they are logged and responded to appropriately and supporting the Engagement Managers on initial needs analysis with enquirers. You will also be responsible for supporting with administrative and financial processing and supporting the wider Workplace Wellbeing team as required. This means you will work with a range of stakeholders internally and externally.You will report to one Engagement Manager, and you will also receive support and guidance from another Engagement Manager whose work you will also be supporting.Candidates will have excellent administrative and organisational skills, including financial processing ( raising purchase orders and invoices etc) and will display a high level of attention to detail. With proven ability to undertake a varied and at times fast-paced workload, you’ll work on your own initiative, prioritise workload and plan your own time effectively.This will be a flexible working position, with a minimum of two days in Mind’s offices at either Redman Place, London or Brunel House, Cardiff. That being said, many of our staff work flexibly in many different ways, including hybrid working and compressed hours. Please talk to us at interview about the flexibility you need. We can’t promise to give you exactly what you want, but we do promise not to judge you for asking.Mind reserve the right to close the vacancy to applications earlier, should we receive a high volume of strong candidates – therefore we encourage an early application.Mind is committed to equality of opportunity for all staff, and applications from individuals are encouraged regardless of age, disability, sex, gender reassignment, sexual orientation, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion or belief and marriage and civil partnerships.Please refer to the Job Description while completing your application as candidates will be shortlisted based on how closely they match the criteria.
      • london, london
      • full-time
      • Ad Warrior Ltd
      Administrator / ClerkLocation: South Woodford, LondonSalary: £22,815 - £24,570 per annum (£ – £ per hour) dependent on qualifications and experience.A busy, fast-paced, and growing accountancy practice is looking for a proactive, reliable, and experienced administrator/clerk to support colleagues and clients on a flexible ; The ideal candidate will have a track record of delivering excellent service to clients and colleagues alike.The RoleYou will have the opportunity to support all aspects of the accountancy business, assisting the Team with general ; This includes scanning, filing, emails, dealing with telephone calls, and general communication with clients. You will answer directly to the Managing Director, implementing first-hand, the fundamental functions of the business. The company believe giving someone independence brings out the best in them. Therefore, you will be expected to take responsibility for the tasks assigned to you and raise any questions you may have to help you complete ; From time to time, there may also be some PA work for senior staff, assisting them with various personal ; Experience of 1 year in a similar role is desirable, but not essential.Duties and Responsibilities•Dealing with general enquires by phone, email, and face-to-face•Filing, photocopying and scanning of documents•Providing basic secretarial support to senior colleagues•Meeting and greeting visitors•Undertaking various PA work for senior staff to assist them with various projectsSkills Required•Good communication and telephone manner•Cheerful disposition•Be bright, efficient and reliable•Knowledge of Microsoft Office•Ability to proactively prioritise workload and alertness towards any problems or issues•Meticulous attention to detail•Ability to work as part of a medium-sized team•Ability to act on own initiative to complete tasksIf you feel you are a suitable candidate and would like to work for this reputable company, then please do not hesitate in applying.
      • london, london
      • full-time
      • Mind
      Full Time – 35 Hours – Fixed Term Contract – 31st May 2023We have big goals over the next few years.We’re going to be fighting for mental health in a way we never have before.Together we’ll be working to make sure everyone experiencing a mental health problem gets the support and respect they deserve.Will you join us?The Supporter Relations team is Mind’s ‘one stop shop’ for anyone engaging with Mind. Our purpose is to deliver an excellent supporter experience, every time. We put supporters at the heart of everything we do and champion their voice across Mind.The team is made up of our frontline Supporter Care team, alongside our Income & Operations team, who are responsible for handling all aspects of the donation processing procedure.More widely, the Supporter Relations team sits within the Data & Supporter Relations team, responsible for driving the organisational integration with the aim of maximising impact, opportunities and income for Mind.This particular role plays a key part in delivering the Supporter Relations ambitious new 3 year strategy. Reporting to the Supporter Relations Manager: Supporter Care, you will be responsible for managing a team of five Supporter Care Coordinators. The Supporter Care team is the first point of contact for all supporter/donor queries by telephone and/or email.You will be responsible for ensuring the team are delivering outstanding customer service to supporters, so that their experience of Mind is second to none, leaving them feeling valued and committed to on-going support. You will also ensure that service level agreements and key performance indicators are met. Alongside team management, you will support key projects that are necessary to meet key deliverables in our Supporter Relations 3 year strategy. Finally, you will encourage a culture of continuous improvement, ensuring Mind delivers a sector leading, reliable and engaging experience.This will be a flexible working position, with a minimum of two days in Mind’s office at Redman Place, London. That being said, many of our staff work flexibly in many different ways, including hybrid working and compressed hours. Please talk to us at interview about the flexibility you need. We can’t promise to give you exactly what you want, but we do promise not to judge you for asking.Mind reserve the right to close the vacancy to applications earlier, should we receive a high volume of strong candidates – therefore we encourage an early application.Mind is committed to equality of opportunity for all staff, and applications from individuals are encouraged regardless of age, disability, sex, gender reassignment, sexual orientation, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion or belief and marriage and civil partnerships.Please refer to the Job Description while completing your application as candidates will be shortlisted based on how closely they match the criteria.
      • london, london
      • full-time
      • Webrecruit
      Executive Assistant to Chief Operating Officers (FTC)Greenwich, LondonSalary £24,331 - £27,370The OrganisationOur client is a successful and innovative college operating with sites across London. They are a major employer in the area and make a significant impact on the lives and future prospects of their learners who travel from across London to study with them. They also sponsor a Trust, a growing Multi Academy which is rapidly developing a track record of academic and financial success. With a combined turnover of circa £65m and the ambitious growth plans of the group, there has never been a better time to join this exciting organisation.The Role Our client is currently seeking an experienced Executive Assistant to join an exciting and vibrant team to support the Chief Operating Officers for their organisation. The main duties will include:- Providing outstanding professional and personal administrative support and service; including diary and inbox management, screening telephone calls, proofreading, drafting correspondence and reports for a variety of different audiences - Acting as the front facing representative of the Chief Operating Officer's, providing a professional customer service to staff and visitors.This is a fixed term role until 31st July 2022.As our client supports a number of children and vulnerable adults, all staff are exempt from Section 4(2) of the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974. Accordingly, all staff will be subject to an 'Enhanced' DBS (formerly CRB) check, along with a Children's Barred List check if in regulated activity. Any offers of appointment may be withdrawn if these checks prove to be unsatisfactory to our client. Self-disclosure will be required as part of the recruitment process. If you fail to make a full disclosure or provide sight of your DBS certificate, then your offer of employment is likely to be withdrawn. Our client’s DBS policy covers the recruitment of ex-offenders which is available upon request.Webrecruit and our clients are equal opportunities employers, value diversity and are strongly committed to providing equal employment opportunities for all employees and all applicants for employment. Equal opportunities are the only acceptable way to conduct business and we believe that the more inclusive our environments are, the better our work will be.So, if have the organisational skills to succeed as an Executive Assistant to Chief Operating Officers, please apply via the button shown. This vacancy is being advertised by Webrecruit. The services advertised by Webrecruit are those of an Employment Agency.
      • london, london
      • full-time
      • QA LIMITED
      Employer description:Specialists in Staffing and Recruiting in IT. Specializing in SAP. We are all dedicated to helping consultants find the right clients and for those clients to have access to the right blend of skills, experience, and personality that suits what they need at the time and for the future. Two decades of experience establishing important networks and building relationships have positioned ERP Resource Base at the top of its field.Learn more about how ERP Resource Base’s recruitment services can bring the industry’s best candidates to your company.We provide both short and long term contracts and permanent engagements with leading national and international clients for the most promising and the most experienced SAP professionals. We are aligned with a number of companies we are proud to call our clients.Overview:We are now looking for an eager candidate to join us as an apprentice.You will have the opportunity to gain valuable skills, knowledge and experience as you complete a Data Analyst - Level 3 ;Key responsibilities: Daily database management and managing various inboxes to ensure the integrity of the database.Mainly reviewing a technical SAP CV and determining what are the person’s keys skills, that’s the difficult part, but once mastered then it’s simply skilling the candidate profile accordingly on the database.Skilling involves selecting the skills from a list. It’s a very important role as assists in improving our speed to market when recruiting.Posting job adverts using various job boards and social media management.Other aspects of admin tasks will also come into play, such as filing, mail sorting, and general office maintenance.The role requires a sensible, reliable, and patient individual who possesses the correct attitude and intelligence to work diligently.Quality first, then speed, but both are needed as there are many profiles to add/update.Good attention span and a genuine desire to work autonomously is required.What we are looking for: Key Attributes:Great work ethic and trustworthiness.Attitude to get the job done with quality in mind.Consensus about doing good work.Willingness and capacity to learn.Good computer skills having used MS office and databases in the past.Self-motivated.Passion for excellenceAmbition to grow and develop your skills and expertiseWillingness to do whatever it takes to be successfulAbility to interact with people from different backgrounds Entry requirements: The entry requirements for this programme are as follows: 3 GCSEs (or equivalent) at grades 4+ (A-C) in any subject GCSE Maths and English (or equivalents) at grades 3+ (D or above) Prospective apprentices must not hold an existing qualification at the same or higher level as this apprenticeship in a similar subject You may also have a combination of qualifications and experience which demonstrate the minimum foundation needed for the programme. In this instance you could still be considered for the ;If you hold international equivalents of the above qualifications, at the time of your application you must be able to provide an official document that states how your international qualifications compare to the UK ;Find out more here: Other Benefits:Long term succession planning with the standard company benefits of an employee integratedMicrosoft Excel associate vendor qualification Future prospects:The role could naturally progress into a Junior Resource role after programme ;Important Information: QA’s apprenticeships are funded by the Education & Skills Funding Agency (ESFA), an executive agency of the Department for Education.To be eligible for a Government funded apprenticeship you must have lived in the UK or European Economic Area (EEA) for the last 3 consecutive years.
      • islington, london
      • full-time
      • Not For Profit People
      Senior Administrator We have an exciting opportunity for a Senior Administrator to provide high quality administration to support a large programme of work within a mental health charity.Position: Senior Administrator Location: Islington, London, office basedSalary: £23,000 -£25,000 depending on experienceHours: hours a week; occasional evening and weekend work will be requiredDuration: Initial one-year contract subject to six months' probationary periodBenefits: Employer contribution pension scheme, 28 days' holiday including bank holidays. Office is in easy walking distance of tube and overland stations.Closing Date: 9am on Wednesday, 18th May 2022Please note: This role may close early if a suitable candidate is found, please do not delay in submitting your application as interviews are taking place on an ongoing basis.About the RoleThe Senior Administrator will provide high quality administrative support to a busy team. This includes liaising with volunteers, managing incoming messages from service users and database management.About YouAs Senior Administrator, you will be a compassionate people person, bringing with you experience of:· Working in an administration role in an office environmentGathering output, performance, and feedback dataWorking with and developing databases and using Excel at a skilled levelAn interest in a role within an organisation that supports vulnerable peopleYou will have:· At least three years' experience of being an administrator or similarThe ability to prioritise and respond to multiple email inboxesA friendly and warm style of communicationCommitment to safeguarding and confidentiality policies and procedures and be able to work within themAbout the OrganisationA UK-wide mental health charity working to improve the quality of life of anyone affected by mental illness.It aims to raise awareness and understanding of all mental health conditions; fight to improve frontline mental health services for individuals and carers; provide support, information and guidance through its helpline, email and text support and Online Forum; and promote and host research into causes, treatments, and therapies.Other roles you may have experience of could include Admin, Administrator, Administration, Senior Admin, Senior Administrator, Coordinator, Administration Team Leader, Administration Manager, Administration Supervisor, Office Manager, , Business Support.
      • london, london
      • full-time
      • Peabody
      Peabody are looking for an Enhanced Housing Manahement Officer to join the team based in Arcola Street, London. You will join us on a full-time, permanent basis and in return you will receive a competitive salary of £22,929 per annum.About the Enhanced Housing Manahement Officer role:You will provide person-centred recovery based support to individuals with severe and enduring mental health needs to help them sustain their own tenancies and increase their level of independence and choice. Responsibilities as our Enhanced Housing Manahement Officer will include:Enable Tenants/Licensees/Licensees to maximise their independence and ensure the sustainment of their tenanciesResponding flexibly to the varying needs of a mainly mental health client group provide transitional support both pre/post tenancy/license to Tenants/Licensees, including assistance to move-on to independent accommodationWelcoming new Tenants/Licensees to services and introduce them to the services and facilities, and all relevant house rules and regulations relating to their accommodation and all common parts and communal facilitiesenable Tenants/Licensees to abide by their tenancy/license agreements, giving advice and assistance on dealing with security of their tenancy/licenseAssisting with managing the building, including access arrangements, service of appliances and dealing with visitors that are known to present a risk to Tenants/Licensees and disputes/complaints from neighboursliaise with Housing and Incomes Officers to assist with rent, service charge collection and arrears recovery, including liaising with Housing Benefit OfficersReport any Safeguarding concerns internally and externallyWhat we're looking for in our Enhanced Housing Manahement Officer:To have achieved a formal qualification relevant to the client group such as QCF level 2 in Health & Social Care or higher or equivalent or be willing to work towards thisReport writing skills and IT literacy including Word, Excel and data entry systemsAble to communicate effectively with customers, staff and external agenciesEmpathy for the client groupAbility to provide excellent customer servicePassionate about being able to make a real difference in people’s lives.Knowledge of Health and Safety in a supported housing environment.Experience and knowledge of Housing Management or willingness to undertake training including tenancy sign up and arrears management and basic knowledge of Housing law and Tenancy typesKnowledge of managing voids and monitoring the performance of contractor or willingness to undertake trainingExperience and knowledge of best practice in working with a mental health client group or vulnerable adults and promoting their recovery and independenceExperience of using support planning and risk assessment toolsKnowledge of Equality, Diversity and Inclusion for this client group and knowledge to be able to challenge discrimination and stigmaKnowledge of Safeguarding vulnerable adultsClosing date: 5pm, Wednesday 11th May 2022If you feel have the skills and experience to become our Enhanced Housing Manahement Officer, please click ‘apply’ now! At Peabody, where possible, we provide flexible working opportunities from day one to our employees, as we recognise the importance of a good work-life balance; and to improve our productivity and performance, we embrace agile working, which means if you are in a desk based role, that will be a hybrid of office and home working. If your role is in a client facing environment, an appropriate base location will apply.We encourage applications from all backgrounds, communities, and industries, and are committed to having a team that is made up of diverse skills, experiences and abilities. We actively encourage BAME, LGBTQ+ and disabled applicants and value the positive impact that difference has on our teams. We are committed to equality and diversity within our workforce and all opportunities provided by The Peabody Group.
      • london, london
      • full-time
      • Language Matters
      A fabulous opportunity has arisen with a highly successful global boutique investment firm for a German speaking Corporate Receptionist/Team Assistant to join their dynamic office in the heart of Mayfair. This role reports directly into the CEO's Executive Assistant and will see you provide a combination of seamless front of house reception and office administration support.This position would be working on a weekly rotating shift pattern covering the hours 7 AM to 3 PM and 2:30 PM to 10 PM.Your responsibilities will include:Supporting the EA with diary management and travel and meeting arrangementsWelcoming visitors to the office, arranging refreshments and operating the switchboard/gatekeepingWorking closely with the PAs and provide support in conference/meeting arrangementAssisting with other administrative duties such as scanning, photocopying and preparing documentsAbout you:The firm is looking for a dynamic team player who will have a great hands-on approach and will not shy away from covering any function of office support. Training will be provided with scope to progress and take on other responsibilities.This is a fantastic opportunity for someone with previous experience of working in the five-star luxury/hospitality sector as a front of house Corporate Receptionist looking to move into a fast-paced boutique, corporate private equity/investment office and join an established and friendly office support network. Please note that this role involves weekend support once every 3 to 5 weeks on a rota basis covering the hours 7 AM to 3 PM and 2:30 PM to 10 PM. Profile:Required to be fluent in German and English, both written and spokenPrevious administrative or front of house/corporate reception experience - gained from working in five-star luxury/boutique hotel/concierge environment highly desirableProficient user of MS Office packageAble to communicate clearly and effectively across all levelsFlexible and adaptable approach to work and able to cover any area of the office as requiredTo apply, please send your CV in English and in Word format to Alexia. languagematters is acting as an employment agency in relation to this vacancy.
      • london, london
      • full-time
      • Publicis Groupe
      Company DescriptionWe are:Publicis Sapient is a digital transformation consultancy. We help some of the biggest companies in the world create a unique strategic advantage with our digital, strategy, consulting, and technology services.We’ve been working in digital innovation for more than 3 decades and have created numerous world-firsts - including the first online seat selector for United Airlines, the first digital menu boards for Dunkin Donuts and the first digital trade finance bank for AGTB. We’ve also developed entirely new propositions like Marriot Homes and Villas to disrupt Airbnb, and we’re even helping develop NEOM, an entirely new city in Saudi Arabia.The Customer Experience & Innovation Consulting Team at Publicis Sapient: We are a group of super-smart people with diverse skills and experience who like solving complex challenges to create what’s next across a wide range of industries – from retail to energy, from automotive to financial services, from life sciences to logistics.We work at the intersection of innovation in technology, business and customer experience to conceive, develop, design and deliver new experiences that will transform businesses and make life better for millions of our client’s customers.We harness deep customer research, insight and understanding to identify, test and validate new opportunities, then shape them into market-defining strategy and solutions for our clients.We work in a fast-paced, ‘sprint’-based environment where no two days and no two challenges are the same.We thrive on innovative and impactful work for clients and for ourselves.We can draw upon an unrivalled depth and breadth of technical, creative and consulting capability across Publicis Sapient to shape businesses so they can meet ever-evolving customer needs.We do this at scale. We make an impact.Job DescriptionThe role of a Manager in CX&ICAs a Manager in CX&IC at Publicis Sapient, you will help our clients understand how changing customer expectations will require them to deliver new, innovative experiences, propositions, products and ;You are an eclectic thinker who can balance multiple considerations simultaneously – changing technologies, emerging business models and customer insight – to identify new opportunities for our clients.You will be well versed in ‘design thinking’ and ‘systems thinking’, and the application of these techniques to uncover, identify and understand customer interests, motivations and behaviours, then work iteratively and collaboratively towards experiences that meet these customer needs.You will use these techniques to help map out the customer experience and the business capabilities required to deliver it; and use design research to iteratively test hypotheses underpinning the new experience as it evolves towards launch and beyond.As a Manager in the CX&IC team, you will:Work autonomously in the strategic ownership of larger, more complex projects from the client briefing through to final recommendations and delivery.Work collaboratively with all disciplines (and the client) to define how we will create customer and market insights that inspire the team and generate breakthrough solutions.Undertake customer and marketplace research that helps strategically frame, validate or test core hypotheses, then distil this research into actionable ;Use ‘design thinking’ and ‘systems thinking’ techniques to identify opportunity areas for new experience, propositions, products and services, then help converge thinking around feasible, viable and desirable solutions.Clarify and translate the strategic direction into priorities, objectives and a clear evaluation ;Facilitate the creation of design / strategic artefacts - personas, as-is and future state customer journeys, service blueprints, storyboards, prototypes, ;Be a strong communicator and moderator both internally and with clients, understanding different perspectives, seeking common ground and advocating customer value and business ;Actively seek out thought leaders and different perspectives on industry approaches, developments and break-through ;Seek to develop your subject matter and industry expertise to confidently engage with clients around specific discipline themes and/or industry ;Act as a champion and advocate for customer research and insight generation techniques both internally and to a wider external audience.About You: You champion the customer and evidence-based insightYou are passionate about delivering meaningful experiences which positively impact the lives of our clients’ customersYou display empathy, intellectual curiosity and openness to learn about new industries, new fields, new disciplines and are excited by change and learning You are able to see the big picture and zoom in on the details to impactful moments of the customer experienceQualificationsWhat you need to have:A strong portfolio of work demonstrating strong customer insight-driven design thinking across a diverse range of projects.Experience participating in novel research and development programmes that iteratively identify, test and refine new and innovative propositions, products and services.Experience working collaboratively with colleagues and clients in a variety of different ways – flying solo, as part of an “consultancy” team, co-working with the client in “agile” teams.A mind set that’s open to change and to challenge – you need to be curious, consultative, self-starting, collaborative, empathetic, helpful, not prepared to settle for ‘that’ll do’, resilient, and eager to ;Pride and passion in your workWhat you’ll get from us: In the CX&IC team:A big canvas – major companies, major brands, major challenges – our clients want us to answer big questions about what their future business should look like. You will be the at the spear-point of answering that question – and the answer will likely shape the experience of millions of people.Capability – Publicis Sapient works at scale with a breadth and depth of creative, consulting, and technology talent – the ideas you shape will be translated into reality.Opportunity to grow – you’ll be faced with unique questions and challenges; client teams will look to you for your expertise in your field; you’ll have the chance to shape the company’s response, applying your thinking and expertise in the way that best meets the client’s needs.Support – we’re committed to making you better at what you do best – training, learning and development opportunities from conferences to courses to simply working alongside some of the best and friendliest people in the industry.Additional InformationIn the Publicis Sapient more generally (COVID allowing):Smart, decent, fun, stimulating, collaborative folk to work with.Lots of travel/work abroad opportunities.Wellbeing perks included subsidised gym and in-house massages.Lots of support networks - VivaWomen! (for all genders), Egalite (for LGBT), Uni (diversity council), Hue (people of colour).Free barista drinks all day, Frinks (free Friday night drinks), free fruit and chocolates (it’s the little things), quarterly Town Halls (with free pizza and drinks) (once we’re back in the office, obviously).
      • london, london
      • part-time
      • Sussex HR
      Membership & Administrative Co-Ordinator (Self-Employed)2 days (15 hours) per week£ per dayAn exciting opportunity has arisen for an experienced administrator to join The Professional Deputies Forum as a Membership & Administrative Co-Ordinator.Reporting directly to the CEO, the Membership & Administrative Co-Ordinator will be home-based and will work on a self-employed ; Candidates should have a strong clerical background and have the ability to prioritise responsibilities and work on their own initiative, providing a first-class administrative service to support members, maintain accurate records and provide monthly reports to the ; The role will require candidates to have a good working knowledge of the Sage accounts system and be able to perform a basic accounts ;This is a varied and interesting role, the key responsibilities being:•Manage membership applications and renewals ensuring a professional and efficient service is provided to members.•Maintain the membership database and produce monthly analysis reports as required.•Use of Sage Accounts system to generate invoices, record payments and invoices including account reconciliation.•Administrate ICO, insurance and other annual returns.•Maintain HR records and liaise with our HR provider where appropriate.•Event planning including travel.•General administrative duties including responding to correspondence, answering members’ queries, organise and minute monthly meetings together with other general office and administrative tasks.The Professional Deputies Forum was founded in 2019 to provide a communication and support platform for professional deputies and those who work alongside ; The aim of the organisation is to contribute to the work of Deputies on matters concerning vulnerable adults and children who lack, or have limited, mental capacity and is a platform where news, views and best practice can be shared, discussed and supported.Experience of working in the membership sector would be an advantage and previous use of customer relationship manager (CRM) software is ; Candidates must be able to demonstrate competence in literacy and numeracy and have excellent written and verbal communication.Hours & TermsThis is a part-time self-employed position working 2 days (15 hours) per week from your home location. Days/hours of work can be flexible however they should be worked during normal office hours.The daily rate of pay for this position is £ If you are interested in this position and have the skills and experience we are seeking, please send your CV and covering statement in the first instance.
      • london, london
      • full-time
      • eRecruitSmart
      We have an excellent opportunity for a Facilities Assistant to join the world’s leading global facilities who conduct arbitrations and other forms of alternative dispute resolution and are based near the iconic St. Paul’s Cathedral, in the heart of the City of London.About the roleFor the role of Facilities Assistant, previous experience is not essential, but you need to be a team player, self-motivated and enthusiastic. Client focus and attention to detail is paramount and training will be provided for all Centre operations and equipment however previous experience with IT and audio-visual items would be a bonus. Your duties will include:•Assisting in the service of food and beverage, ensuring the presence of standards and consistency•Setting up rooms as required, moving room furniture around as needed•Assisting clients with any requirements, photo copying, assisting the setup of boxes and files•Maintaining a clean and safe working environment in the kitchen and elsewhere in the Centre with some cleaning and servicing of kitchen equipment•Fixing of furniture and room fixings, light bulbs etcAbout youAs a Facilities Assistant you must be / have:•Excellent customer service and communication skills•A confident, professional and welcoming personality•Able think on your feet and communicate with your colleagues and manager frequentlyAbout the hours & rewardsIn the role of Facilities Assistant, your start and finish times may vary and you may be required to work weekends when needed. Flexibility with hours is required in order to necessitate evening events and early starts and there is a starting salary on offer of £ per hour plus benefits.How to ApplyPlease note that eRecruitSmart is advertising the role of Facilities Assistant on behalf of the Hiring Company and your CV will be sent to the Hiring Manager who is responsible for the vacancy that you have applied ; Please only apply if you consent to these terms.You must have eligibility to work in the ; Please note, only suitable applicants will be ; If your address and contact details are not on your CV, you will not be considered.We look forward to hearing from you!Client Service Assistant, catering, housekeeping, administration, facilities,
      • thamesmead, london
      • full-time
      • Four Seasons Health Care Group
      We are recruiting a Regional Support ; As a Regional Support Manager, you will provide support to a portfolio of homes working under the direction of a Regional ; You will assist the Home teams to be fully compliant with all relevant regulators alongside ensuring the homes meet all company care ; As one of the largest healthcare providers in the UK it’s important to us to couple great care with meaningful and enjoyable experiences.This is a regional role with travel across Charlton, Radlett, Thamesmead, Edmonton, Baldock and Abbey Wood.As a Regional Support Manager, you will:Support the Home Managers to achieve a minimum of ‘good’ or equivalent rating with CQCFocus on ensuring regulatory compliance across all areas including CQC, CI and environmental HealthFulfil the Home Managers role for periods of time if the post is vacantSupport the Home Managers in all aspects of their role and ensuring they are continually assessing the needs of the residents in line with contracts and service specificationsSupport the Home Manager to undertake workforce planning to anticipate team turnover, maternity leave, occupancy and service changesDevelop and maintain effective working relationships with regulators, CPs associated with the Home and other appropriate agenciesSupport the management of financial affairs of the Home in accordance with company policiesProvide strong leadership across the Homes and to Home Managers, ensuring the efficient and economical of resources availableTo succeed you will be:Experienced in working in the healthcare sectorDriven and motivated and believe in quality careAn energetic, committed and approachable senior managerAn inspiring leader who can motivate their teams through obvious passion and commitmentA natural networker with both internal and external stakeholdersProud to be a custodian of their residents well-beingPassionate about offering superior services and want to make a difference in everything theyWe offer you a great range of benefits, which include:Competitive salary28 days annual leave plus bank holidaysCar allowanceAccess to excellent training and ongoing developmentExcellent career development opportunitiesDiscounts and benefits suited to your lifestyleFree onsite parkingFree uniform where applicableNEST work place pension contributionsLong service awards
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