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Headstart Employment

Negotiable

Croydon, Greater London

17 hours ago

Procurement Specialists
Croydon and London

Our client is seeking experienced Procurement Specialists, ideally with previous work undertaken within the Home Office.

The successful applicants will be:
· Experienced at the equivalent grade of Senior Executive Officer or Grade 7
· Experienced in procuring public sector contracts (including use of OJEU)
· Experienced in the use of the Crown Commercial Service e-sourcing portal ‘Emptoris’
· Security cleared (or willing to undergo this)
· Able to work at the London or Croydon offices
· Able to start at short notice

Excellent hourly rates of pay!

Headstart Employment is an Equal Opportunity Employer
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Clark James Ltd

Basic to 30k, car, bonus

Epsom, Surrey

18 hours ago

Award Winning Estate Agency brand are now looking to expand on their existing talent of Mortgage Advisors.

Candidate

Candidates will be bright, ambitious and fully CeMAP qualified, can demonstrate a successful sales record/history, have excellent communication skills and understanding of compliance regulations with previous Mortgage Advising experience and exposure to targets.

Role

By working closely with many leading lending institutions and other product business partners, our client can offer a complete range of market leading products and services including mortgage products, re-mortgage products, life assurance, critical illness, permanent health insurance, accident, sickness & redundancy insurance and buildings & contents insurance.

• Offering specialist mortgage advice in accordance with Financial Services Authority Regulation
• Self generate appointments for a variety of sources
• Presenting the most suitable mortgage solutions, including exclusive offers unavailable elsewhere
• Providing a complete home moving advisory service
• Supplying other financial services, including life assurance and general insurance products - Communicating how the house move is progressing, every step of the way
• Working with a customer until they collect the keys to their new home

Package

This opportunity is paying a market leading basic salary to £30,000, attractive car allowance + high rates of commission.

For further information regarding this role or, to have a confidential discussion please contact Justin Preston on 01634 673155

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Caring Homes Group

7.20 p/h

Thames Ditton, Elmbridge, Surrey

18 hours ago

Housekeeper - Full-Time & Part-Time Positions Available!
Thames Ditton, Surrey

At Caring Homes our passion is care and support. We offer residential, nursing and dementia care for older people at our high quality care homes across the UK.

The Housekeeper Role

It’s not just our resident’s environment you’ll help maintain. You’ll also help them to get more out of life – to be more independent, to feel safe and secure, and, above all, to enjoy their surroundings and their day to day life. Working closely with your Housekeeper and team of care professionals, you’ll carry out cleaning duties in accordance with schedules set out by the Housekeeper and Home Manager.

Whether you’re tidying a resident’s bedroom or making sure the lounges are clean and safe, getting involved with a daily activity or filling in vital paperwork, you’ll make all the residents you care for feel safe, comfortable and secure. In other words, you’ll make them feel right at home.

The skills you’ll need

To join us, you won’t necessarily need to have experience working with older people in residential care (although this would be ideal).

You will need to be flexible, well organised, caring, discreet and great with people.In fact, you’ll build strong relationships with all those around you, making sure family and friends feel welcomed, your fellow domestic assistants are kept well-informed, and that you’re keeping your Line Manager up to speed with progress and any issues you identify along the way.

A team player, you can follow guidelines and policies easily, and will have good written skills, as you will need to write up records of the duties you’ve performed.You will ideally have worked in a similar role with experience of COSHH and Health and Safety regulations but this isn’t essential as we will offer robust training to make sure you are up to speed.

To Apply

If you would like a meaningful career making a positive impact on the lives of those who require care and support, then please apply now! We look forward to receiving your application and a copy of your CV to support your application!

"We are an equal opportunities employer and welcome applications from all suitably qualified persons regardless of their race, sex, disability, religion/belief, sexual orientation or age”.
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Caring Homes Group

Competitive Salary!

Thames Ditton, Elmbridge, Surrey

18 hours ago

Healthcare Assistant - Days or Night shifts Available!
Part-Time & Full-Time Hours Available!

At Caring Homes our passion is care and support. We offer residential, nursing and dementia care for older people at our high quality care homes across the UK.

The Healthcare Assistant role:
It’s not just our resident’s health needs you’ll help meet. You’ll also help them to get more out of life – to be more independent, to enjoy a wider range of activities, and, above all, to have more choice in their day to day life.

Working closely with your Team Leader and our nurses, you’ll lend a hand with everything from helping someone get ready for an eagerly anticipated family visit, to supporting someone who’s trying to build up their mobility.

Whether you’re assisting a nurse, getting involved with a daily activity, filling in vital paperwork or lending someone a hand to eat their lunch, you’ll make all the residents you care for feel safe, comfortable and secure. In other words, you’ll make them feel right at home.

The skills you’ll need:
To join us, you won’t necessarily need to have experience working with older people in residential care (although this would be ideal). You will need to be flexible, patient, caring, organised and great with people.

In fact, you’ll build strong relationships with all those around you, making sure family and friends feel welcomed, that health care professionals are kept well-informed, and that you’re keeping your Line Manager up to speed with residents’ needs and progress. A team player, you can follow guidelines and policies easily, and will have good written skills, as you will need to write up care plans.

Shifts:
The home works the following shift hours; 8am - 8pm / 8am - 2pm / 2pm - 8pm or 8pm - 8am - we are looking for Care Assistants to cover for any of the shift patterns either part-time or full-time available. You need to be flexible to work on a rota basis working alternate weekends.

What are some of the benefits we can offer you?
•Free onsite parking!
•Competitive pay rates – we regularly review regional and competitor pay rates to ensure we’re offering the best incentives to work with us
•Flexible hours – enabling you to balance work and home life
•Voluntary Benefits Package – offering amazing retail discounts at over 8,000 locations nationwide, enabling our staff to make savings of up to £1,500 per year
•Personalised career path ladders to ensure fulfilling career development
•A £500 refer-a-nurse scheme
•A £250 refer-a-friend scheme for care and support workers

To Apply:

If you would like a meaningful career making a positive impact on the lives of those who require care and support, then please apply now!

“We are an equal opportunities employer and welcome applications from all suitably qualified persons regardless of their race, sex, disability, religion/belief, sexual orientation or age”.
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Caring Homes Group

£15 per hour

Surrey

1 day ago

Shift: Nights (12 Hours / Flexible)

Pay rate: £15 per hour + Weekend enhancements

Location: Woking

We have an opportunity for a Registered Nurse to join us in our nursing home in Woking.

Benefits of the Registered Nurse role.
• Quick and easy application process
• Free access to the Nursing Times revalidation platform
• Full and part time roles available
• Paid NMC annual fees**
• DBS cost covered
• Weekend enhancements
• Voluntary Benefits Scheme includes excellent shopping discounts

The Registered Nurse role.

As an RN you'll be working closely with each resident, you’ll assess their needs and deliver a care plan that helps each person to live a fuller life.

You’ll provide the very best levels of clinical care, you’ll make sure that all procedures are carried out to the highest standards, optimising the wellbeing of every resident. You see every person in your care as an individual, and work closely with the wider team to create an environment that delivers skilled nursing care, clear communication, and respect and dignity for everyone.

Requirements for the Registered Nurse role.
• NMC PIN number
• A strong knowledge of person-centred care.
• You’ll be committed to learning and developing further.
• Knowledge of the current care practices laid down by the CQC.
• A passion for delivering the very best standards to everyone in your care.

About Us

At Caring Homes our passion is care and support. We offer residential, nursing and dementia care for older people at our high quality care homes across the UK.

We have an impressive benefits package. Many homes provide paid breaks, child care vouchers, the annual cost of professional nursing fees, revalidation of professional practice with the NMC, and DBS are just the beginning. On top of this, our Voluntary Benefits scheme offers you amazing retail discounts at over 8,000 locations nationwide, allowing you to make savings of up to £1,500 a year. Add to this our referral schemes (up to £1000 for referring a nurse, £250 for a care or support worker) and you’ll see it’s a great overall package. At Caring Homes, we’ll help both you and your career flourish.

**After 12 months service

“We are an equal opportunities employer and welcome applications from all suitably qualified persons regardless of their race, sex, disability, religion/belief, sexual orientation or age".
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Caring Homes Group

£17 p/h

Surrey

1 day ago

EXCELLENT BENEFITS INCLUDING £1,500 WELCOME BONUS

Clinical Lead (RGN/RMN)

Pay rate: £17 a year + Paid breaks

*Up to £1500 Welcome Bonus

Location: Lightwater

•Quick and easy application process
•Free access to the Nursing Times revalidation platform
•Full and part time roles available
•Paid NMC annual fees**
•DBS cost covered
•Paid breaks
•Voluntary Benefits Scheme includes excellent shopping discounts

About us:

At Caring Homes our passion is care and support. We offer residential, nursing and dementia care for older people at our high-quality care homes across the UK.

We’ll take equally good care of you and your career. We have structured career ladders in place, with good management development programmes and impressive benefits package that will see you getting the rewards you deserve.

The Clinical Lead Role

To support the Home Manager by inspiring your whole team to ‘be the best they can be’, you will ensure your team enable the residents to lead a valued, fulfilling life and to maximise the potential capacity of all residents physically, intellectually, emotionally and socially. You’ll ensure adherence to the highest standards, develop new initiatives in care practices and overall delivery of a quality service.

Above all, you’ll look to continually innovate and improve, to provide residents with the quality of life they deserve.

The skills you’ll need

To join us, you’ll need to have previous experience in a similar role and be able to demonstrate a solid understanding of Elderly Care including latest best practice in Dementia Care. You’ll also need an active NMC Pin along with the high level of clinical expertise necessary to lead and develop a strong clinical team. Ultimately, as well as your in-depth knowledge of person-centred care, CQC care practices and Quality Assurance processes, you also have a strong commitment to making the lives of those in your care better.

*T&C's apply

**After 12 months service

“We are an equal opportunities employer and welcome applications from all suitably qualified persons regardless of their race, sex, disability, religion/belief, sexual orientation or age".
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SLS Services

Excellent Contract Rates

Surrey

1 day ago

- Contract Study Leader / Manager for global oncology study
- Predominantly home based for people not local to the offices in Reading
- Plan, implement and manage study including study team leadership and budget management
- Initial 12 month contract with client approved outside IR35 contract Competitive day rate with the security of 2 month notice period
- Flexible start date to accommodate notice period in current position
- Oncology TA experience leading international studies is essential

If you do not live within commutable distance of Reading, Berkshire this challenging contract Study Manager opportunity can be predominantly home based once you are established. The company have new compounds and phases approved for studies and require a Study Manager to head a study from conception through to delivery including leading an international team and managing the budget. With an initial 12 month agreement and competitive daily rate the contract includes a flexible 7 hour working day, security of a 2 month notice period and start date that will accommodate notice periods. We provide an outside of IR35 contract approved by the client and the benefits of a company looking to secure long term relationships with contractors.

The Company

The company is a highly successful pharmaceutical company that is expanding through exceeding performance targets. The organisation has a high investment ratio in drug development with a record number of compounds in clinical studies and more planned. Oncology is a strategic therapeutic area where the company has further clinical trial funding as it continues to enhance its position as a pioneer in this field.

The Role

The company are expanding oncology clinical activities with a number of new compounds coming into studies and approval for further phase studies for other compounds. The role involves ownership of a phase 1, 2 or 3 study to be run in multiple countries (Europe and Asia Pacific at least) dependent on patient availability. The study will be complex in nature and involve an emphasis on aspects such as patient recruitment strategy and data quality.

The Study Manager is responsible for all aspects of the assigned study from conception to final medical report including the budget and measurable deliverables. This responsibilities encompasses all aspects of the planning, implementation, analysis and reporting of the study within the timelines and budgets. An important element is the identification and management of a cross-functional international team including medical, statistical, monitor leading, CTS/IRT, data management, safety, regulatory and medical writing expertise. A full job specification is available on request.

The Contract

The contract will be for an initial 12 months, extendable for 12 month periods usually re-contracted at the start of month 10. The expectation will be to work with the company for the duration of the study phase as a minimum however the company is looking to secure long term relationships with contracts. Due to the project anonymity we provide a client approved, outside of IR35 contract. The company is very “contractor friendly” with a significant proportion of clinical staff being “in-sourced colleagues”. They offer genuine development opportunities and recognise achievement through long term assignments. The contract provides the security of a 2 month notice period with a highly competitive daily rate and flexible 7 hour working day.

We are able to accommodate current notice periods with a flexible start date; securing the right candidate for this long term placement is of prime importance.

Experience

We are seeking a committed individual with global / international clinical trial management and leadership experience. Due to the nature of the study we do require expertise in the Oncology area (this is essential) which will encompass experience of regulations, data development processes and budget parameters. Due to the international nature of the studies and study team you will need to demonstrate a strong appreciation of working with a variety of cultures. Candidates will be considered from pharmaceutical, bio-tech, CRO and not-for-profit company environments.

Keywords

Clinical Study Leader, Clinical Study Manager, Study Lead, Clinical Project Manager, Senior Clinical Project Manager, Global Clinical Project Manager, Clinical Trial Manager, Oncology, Haematology, Home Based, United Kingdom, England, M4 Corridor, Reading, Berkshire,

This is a contract position.
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SLS Services

£40 - 45k + out of hours pay & vehicle

Surrey

1 day ago

Pioneering technology company, specialising in Wi-Fi connectivity, currently requires a Senior Field-Based Network Engineer to join their growing deployment team.

In response to the winning of a major new contract to rollout Wi-Fi to high profile transport businesses, the Network Engineer will work predominantly in the field, based from home but travelling around London and parts of the Southeast to carry out network deployment. With the head office in Chatham, Kent, weekly travel there may also be expected.

The role will have two main areas: the first to assist and at times oversee a new deployment projects; the second to engage in more general business-as-usual support of Wi-Fi connectivity for a host of transport clients.

Specifically, the role will include the following:

- Pre and Post sales technical support
- System fault resolution across all Wi-Fi network products
- Managing stakeholders in driving the continuous improvement of RMAs/defective component procedures and policies, it is expected that this will involve dealing directly with suppliers from time to time
- Supporting and installing of products
- Responsibility for commissioning of products
- Following quality assurance governance policies
- Service testing and analysis
- Onsite installation surveys
- Carrying out mobile coverage surveys
- Stock and delivery management
- Assisting with prototype assembly when required

The successful Senior Field Engineer will have a good all-round knowledge of networking technologies, in particular, wireless telecommunications and ideally experience of deploying Wi-Fi onto transport networks. In particular, you will have demonstrable experience of the following:

- Computer Science or Electrical Engineering background
- Wireless telecommunications experience
- Strong experience with network solutions
- IP network experience
- Logical problem solver
- Must welcome challenges.
- Electrical knowledge 12v-240v
- Experience with fault finding and trend analysis
- Experienced in reporting tools to provide monthly reports as required
- Proven customer service experience

This is an excellent opportunity to join a growing organisation with a firm desire to expand operations within the UK. Having secured this large contract, the scope for continued growth is high.

In reward for your efforts, you will be rewarded with a salary of up to £45,000, the opportunity for additional payment through working unsociable hours and a van/estate vehicle.

Keywords: Network Engineer, Field-Based Engineer, Wi-Fi, Networks, Cisco, CCNA, Linux, ITIL, Home-based, London, Southeast

This is a permanent vacancy
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Togetherdom Limited

Tiered structure, up to £50k in year 3

Surrey

1 day ago

Brand Ambassador, Togetherdom


Want to work flexibly and stay in control, possibly alongside family commitments or existing jobs? Want to be involved in a new and growing business making a difference to peoples' lives?
If you do, then read on....

About us

Togetherdom is new, and here to make a huge difference to people up and down the country. We are transforming the way people find services for their day to day needs. Services such as cleaners, gardeners, plumbers, tutors, gym instructors and office admin - all delivered via our App which will be released in the App Stores over the summer. Think Ebay, Amazon or Airbnb - but for finding services!

For more details, please check us out at the following and register/follow/like us as part of your application:

Website: www.togetherdom.com
Twitter: www.twitter.com/Togetherdom
Facebook: www.facebook.com/Togetherdom


The opportunity

We are currently looking for Brand Ambassadors to represent us focusing on the Kent, Surrey, Sussex and Essex areas following on from a successful initial campaign of hiring in Kent last month (Outside of the South East will be considered for the right candidates).

Based at home, this position requires the successful individuals to approach locally-based, self-employed individuals or small businesses who provide services and encourage them to download our App and get earning. Approaches can be made by telephone, social media, face to face meetings or through your extended network. Irrespective of the approach method you should be prepared to walk them through our concept and overcome any initial questions.

This is an excellent opportunity for you to join the Togetherdom movement at its inception and grow with us. How you grow demand in your area is entirely up to you. We will give you enough info and support to help you understand our business and represent what we do and how we make life easier for people. You will also gain a strong understanding of the vision and ethics of the company. You are supported all the way and actively encouraged to suggest and try out new ways of getting our brand out there.

Flexibility is key here for both of us, this is not a normal 9 to 5 role as you have the scope to operate completely flexibly around your other responsibilities. It is results that matter, not whether you clock in at 9am!

We are looking for individuals who are self-motivated, confident and enthusiastic in their approach. We know you will fall in love with what we do, so we are looking for people that will take that passion and get out there and talk about it!


The Role:

• As Brand Ambassador, the role is consultative in nature and you will be required to network, conduct outbound calls and use social media to approach providers of services and introduce Togetherdom and how we work. The objective is to get the app downloaded by providers (this is free for them) and register their service
• Once a service has been added, encourage the provider to migrate their client bookings onto the App, either upfront or gradually over time, and share their new service with friends, family and customers.
• Once a solid base of providers has been established, sharing the message with potential demanders will gain importance.
• Respond to any queries in a timely manner
• Proactively represent what Togetherdom is trying to achieve and encourage word of mouth locally
• Achieve KPI’s and targets
• Accurately track all customer details & sales information to the required standard


What you can expect?

• A flexible environment where you choose when and where you want to talk about us (at home, the pub, networking events etc)
• An exciting, vibrant and energetic business to align yourself with
• An experienced and supportive team that encourages personal success
• A reward scheme linked to your performance and company success
• Regular reviews linked to success
• Regular discretionary success fees linked to your efforts that result in activity booked through the App


Next steps

If you are interested, please apply. Please ensure that you take the time to read our website and social media. When you reply, either in the covering statement or the first section of your CV, please write a paragraph or two on why you specifically think you can help us and what you would do if you were given the opportunity. We want to get a clear picture of the things that you feel make you a great choice (experience and attitude). We want to see you demonstrate that you 'get it' and are passionate about the opportunity. There are a number of opportunities available but we encourage you to register your interest as early as possible.

IMPORTANT: Generic CVs sent on their own will not stand out.

Once we have reviewed all applicants, we will get back to successful candidates to discuss next steps and arrange interviews (telephone, video or face to face as required).

Good luck from all of us at Togetherdom!
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My Choice Childrens Homes Ltd

£23,472.48pa

Haywards Heath, Sussex

1 day ago

PURPOSE OF THE ROLE

To teach pupils at Key Stage 3 and Key Stage 4 with social, emotional and behavioural difficulties.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

• To engage and motivate pupils, teaching in small classes and on a one to one basis.

• To safeguard and promote the welfare of young people.
• To deliver KS3 and KS4 curriculum following AQA unit award scheme including assessing pupils’ work in line with AQA requirements and identifying and supporting work experience.

• To liaise with the Headteacher in contributing to the development of a creative pupil centered curriculum.

• To complete Individual Education Plans, Education Reports and maintain accurate records evidencing planning and achievements.

• To ensure that the young person’s educational programme complies with the ethos of the company and curriculum specifications and follows the Personal Education Plan.

• To work within a budget and maintain financial records.

• To attend SEN and LAC reviews where appropriate and support the educational progress of young people.

• To follow My Choice Children’s Homes and My Choice School Policies, Procedures and Practices.

• To ensure effective liaison and communication is maintained with external agencies, the care team and the Headteacher.

• To liaise with the Headteacher and care team, where appropriate, in supporting Independence Plans in accordance with OFSTED Standards.

• Responsibility for safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children within the home and pupils.

• Promote and develop a welcoming, child centred environment and uphold the highest standards of honesty, integrity and vigilance in encouraging the very best for the young people in our care.

• To ensure that DFE and OFSTED standards are maintained to the highest standards.

• To ensure that pupil records are maintained to a professional standard.

• To be able to demonstrate good practice and work with care staff and teaching colleagues to enable practice development.

• To be able to work under pressure, work both reactively and proactively and meet deadlines.

• To ensure that the young people when confronted with stressful situations or crisis are offered appropriate support.


PERSON SPECIFICATION

To be able to build appropriate relationships with young people and form good communications. Essential

To be able to forge and maintain good working relationships with colleagues, young people and their families as well as other professional organisations. Essential

The ability to communicate effectively with colleagues and others. Essential


The ability to write professional reports. Essential


The ability to drive and hold a driving license. Desirable

The ability to understand the needs of a young person and meet those needs in a planned way. Essential

Knowledge of child development with an ability to relate theory to practice. Essential


Experience of working with young people with SEBD Essential


Emotional resilience in working with challenging behaviours. Essential


Experience of working within a caring environment. Desirable

Basic computer skills. Essential

Knowledge of Child Protection. Essential


Basic principles of Equal Opportunities Essential


Suitably qualified with a teaching or training qualification. Essential


Willingness to undertake all training provided Essential


CONDITIONS OF SERVICE

• Working hours Monday to Friday, 9am to 5pm.

• Holiday entitlement: As per school holidays

THIS POST IS SUBJECT TO THE FOLLOWING CRITERIA BEING MET

1. Suitably experienced / qualified – evidence of qualifications required
2. Satisfactory formal interview at Head Office
3. Satisfactory second interview
4. Satisfactory References
5. Satisfactory enhanced Disclosure & Barring Service (DBS) Check
6. Overseas checks (if required)
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Clark James Ltd

Upto £22,000 Depending On Exp. (£35k OTE uncapped)

Camberley, Surrey

2 days ago

Clark James are offering this fantastic opportunity to join our client as a Sales Manager. This is a chance to join an award winning Estate Agency which offers full training and a structured career path. If you enjoy recognition and strive to be the best at everything you do then this is the perfect opportunity to join a hugely successful and expanding Estate Agency that rewards and recognises excellence.

Company
The company has a great reputation for offering its customers’ service and advice that is second to none. Their teams fully embrace this philosophy, guiding their clients through the home moving process. You will be listening to clients needs and, offering advice, organising and attending market appraisals, mortgage consultation appointments and other core products.

Duties & Responsibilities Include
• Build and maintain strong client relationships and consistently provide exceptional client service
• Identify client requirements and match those to our property portfolio
• Have a polite and confident telephone manner and be able to communicate details effectively
• Manage your time effectively to ensure you maximise appointment and activity levels
• Attend all training courses relevant to your role to enhance your knowledge and improve your performance

Candidate
• Have previous Estate Agency experience
• Be target driven and tenacious
• Be able to work effectively within a team
• Be motivated and enthusiastic at all times
• Display high standards of service and presentation
• Have good organisational skills
• Have a drive to be the top of every league table
• Be a car owner with a full driving license

Package
• Uncapped commission opportunities with bonus incentives
• Exciting career development opportunities
• Quarterly award trips and prizes
• Competitive basic salaries upto £22k, car allowance, uncapped commission, fantastic commission structure, career progression and company incentives

Key Words: Senior Sales Neg, Negotiator, Sales, Estate Agency
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Clark James Ltd

£18,000+ Depending On Exp. (£35k OTE uncapped)

Henley-on-Thames, Oxfordshire

2 days ago

Clark James Recruitment are working with a highly recognised brand of Estate Agents who are one of the area’s best, most innovative and award winning property services providers.
As their business goes from strength to strength they are now looking for a target driven, ambitious Lettings Manager. This is a great career opportunity within a rapidly expanding, progressive property focussed business based in the Henley area.

Company
The company has a great reputation for offering their customers service and advice that is second to none. Their team fully embrace this philosophy, guiding their customers through the home moving process. You will be listening to client`s needs, offering advice, organising and attending appraisals, viewing appointments and other core group products.

Candidate
• You will be a Lettings Manager with a proactive mentality which will be key to accomplishing results and working towards a generous and rewarding bonus scheme.
• Demonstrate a stable working background
• Full driving licence
Duties & Responsibilities to include
• Responsible for generating target numbers of appraisals
• Setting up canvassing rota`s and organising the ordering and distributing of material
• Responsible for updating and delegating updates for clients for all existing and new properties
• Managing the marketing of all properties
• Responsible for monitoring appraisal conversion and fees
• Professionally dealing with clients either face to face, by phone or e-mail
• Regular contact with customers to build strong relationship and generate business activity
• Recognising the benefits to clients of promoting all services which includes sales
• To abide by service standards and all legislation
Package
• The role has a competitive basic salary, great OTE potential
• Car allowance
• Monday to Friday including Saturdays with a day off in lieu
This is a fantastic opportunity to join an industry leader that will offer ongoing training and development at both branch and regional level to aid you in achieving the very best results.

Keywords - Lister, Property Lister, Valuer, Lettings Negotiator, Senior
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Clark James Ltd

£18,000+ Depending On Exp. (£35k OTE uncapped)

Camberley, Surrey

2 days ago

Clark James Recruitment are working with a highly recognised brand of Estate Agents who are one of the area’s best, most innovative and award winning property services providers.
As their business goes from strength to strength they are now looking for a target driven, ambitious Lettings Manager. This is a great career opportunity within a rapidly expanding, progressive property focussed business based in the Camberley area.

Company
The company has a great reputation for offering their customers service and advice that is second to none. Their team fully embrace this philosophy, guiding their customers through the home moving process. You will be listening to client`s needs, offering advice, organising and attending appraisals, viewing appointments and other core group products.

Candidate
• You will be a Lettings Manager with a proactive mentality which will be key to accomplishing results and working towards a generous and rewarding bonus scheme.
• Demonstrate a stable working background
• Full driving licence
Duties & Responsibilities to include
• Responsible for generating target numbers of appraisals
• Setting up canvassing rota`s and organising the ordering and distributing of material
• Responsible for updating and delegating updates for clients for all existing and new properties
• Managing the marketing of all properties
• Responsible for monitoring appraisal conversion and fees
• Professionally dealing with clients either face to face, by phone or e-mail
• Regular contact with customers to build strong relationship and generate business activity
• Recognising the benefits to clients of promoting all services which includes sales
• To abide by service standards and all legislation
Package
• The role has a competitive basic salary, great OTE potential
• Car allowance
• Monday to Friday including Saturdays with a day off in lieu
This is a fantastic opportunity to join an industry leader that will offer ongoing training and development at both branch and regional level to aid you in achieving the very best results.

Keywords - Lister, Property Lister, Valuer, Lettings Negotiator, Senior
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The Recruitment Shop Ltd

7.50-8 phr

Raynes Park, Merton, Greater London

2 days ago

We are looking for domestic cleaners who have experience with working in a residential care home setting. This role is on an adhoc basis however its perfect for someone who is looking for part time hours or struggles to fit work around their day to day lives.
Shifts normally tend to be in the mornings ending the latest 1.30pm Monday to Friday.
All of our clients require a DBS that is on the update service.

If you feel this role would be for you please contact Beth or Steff our Care Consultants on 0208 240 7884 or APPLY NOW!

We are an equal opportunities employer and welcome applications from all suitably qualified persons regardless of their race, sex, disability, religion/belief, sexual orientation or age.
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My Choice Childrens Homes Ltd

22000-27000pa

Surrey

2 days ago

My Choice Children’s Homes is an established private organisation that provides residential care for 'Looked After Children' we have children's homes that are two to four bedded located in East / West Sussex and Surrey with a new four bedded home about to open this spring in West Sussex!

We are looking for a Diploma Assessor to support learners to achieve the Level 3 diploma, children and young people’s workforce qualification, for up to 50 learners annually. In addition to the level 3 support there will also be a need to support managers with the level 5 diploma, leadership and management qualification. This role also entails undertaking workshops at Head Office and one to one work with the staff member.

The ideal candidate will have experience working with adult learners delivering NVQ’s or diplomas in a Health and Social Care/Childcare setting and have excellent working knowledge or related qualifications. You will be required to have excellent interpersonal skills and a professional and flexible approach. The role will involve meeting and working with employees both in the Homes and also at Head Office. This role is field based.

If you are looking for a rewarding role within learning and development and have relevant skills and experience, to include being qualified with the A1 Assessors award or the TAQA (Training Assessment and Quality Assurance Practitioners Award, or equivalent, then we would like to hear from you.

This position is subject to receipt of a satisfactory Enhanced DBS check, references and overseas police check if required.

This is a full time role, salary range £22,000 - £27,000pa, We also provide an employee benefits scheme, contributory pension scheme and 22 days annual leave plus bank holidays.

Please note we are not receiving calls from Recruitment Agencies for this position:
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Star Care UK Ltd

Attractive

Croydon, Greater London

2 days ago

JOB DESCRIPTION - CARE ASSISTANT


AIMS:

To attend to the personal, domestic, rehabilitation and social needs of service users. These include elderly, physically disabled and people with mental health problems.

To allow each service user to remain safely and comfortably in their own home, enabling them to maintain their independence, individuality, privacy, freedom of choice, dignity and respect.

The care worker is an important part of the overall support network for each service user. As a regular visitor the care worker will establish a working relationship with the service user and is therefore in a position to observe any change in their condition, or any other matters that cause concern. The care worker will then report any concerns or changes to his/her manager who will ensure that the service user receives appropriate help and assistance.

The care worker is also fully supported by their manager. They will offer instruction and guidance in all matters relating to the role of the care worker.

The list of job activities below is not a comprehensive list and may be amended or added to as dictated by the needs of the service user, business partners and care legislation.



JOB ACTIVITIES

Duties Results
1. Assisting with bathing, strip washing, bed bathing, showering and general assistance in the bathroom. Assistance with dressing and undressing, routine hair care and supporting service users with general appearance.

2. Assisting with or the preparation of meals and snacks, supporting service users with the consumption of meals where necessary.

3. Assisting with toileting, emptying of commodes or catheter bags, changing and disposal of incontinence pads.

4. Assisting with the application of creams, lotions and powders of service users choice or those prescribed by the medical profession.

5. Assisting service users with taking medication prescribed by the medical profession, recording dosage and time taken.

6. Monitoring medical dressings and recording progress. Reporting any changes where deemed necessary.

7. Carrying out any domestic duties as designated in the service users care plan, such as, bedmaking, washing-up, dusting, hoovering, laundry and general cleaning and tidying.

8. Undertaking shopping errands and pension collection as specified in the service users care plan.

9. Monitoring and observing service users health, safety and welfare. Reporting recording of any changes or matters for concern. Updating service user notes.

10. Encouraging independence, developing life skills, talking, listening and motivating. (Rehabilitation and enablement).


11. Respite, escorting and supervision inside or outside the home.

1. Enables service users to maintain their personal hygiene and appearance, thereby contributing to overall well-being


2. Encourages service users to make choices, establish independence while promoting and maintaining a healthy lifestyle

3. Enables service users to maintain personal hygiene and preserve dignity and respect.


4. Allows service users the freedom of choice whilst maintaining personal identity and independence. Contributes to the health and well-being of the service users.

5. Promotes and maintains service users health.



6. Works in partnership with health professionals and promotes effective communication and relationships.


7. Enables service users to live safely and comfortably in their own home.


8. Promotes independence and freedom of choice allowing the service users dignity and respect.

9. Promotes, monitors and maintains health and safety in the workplace. Contributes to the protection of adults from abuse.

10. Promotes effective communication and relationships. Encourages and enables service users independence and participation in leisure activities. Participation in the same.

11. Provides support for ‘family’ carer, and enables visits to appointments and participation in learning and leisure activities.


PERSON SPECIFICATION - CARE ASSISTANT


The Company recruits from all sections of the community that we serve. We do not favour or discriminate against anyone, either on the grounds of age, ethnic origin, gender, disability, sexuality or religion. Our selection is based solely on the suitability of the applicant for the vacant position.


Personal Qualities
The care worker should:-

• Be of good character
• Have good communication skills

All applicants will be assessed against the following criteria: -

ESSENTIAL
DESIRABLE
NOT ESSENTIAL (Training will be given)
Reliability Experience of care / support work
Flexibility Detailed knowledge of working in a social care context with elderly people or people with disabilities such as: -
 Learning difficulties
 Mental ill health
 Physical disabilities
 Challenging behaviour
 Aids/HIV
Ability to respect confidentiality
Regular availability
Entitled to work in UK
Good health
Reliable access to transport (public or own car)
Ability to work alone and within a team Detailed understanding of discrimination issues faced by members of ethnic and other minorities.
Suitability for training in Moving and Handling Detailed understanding of confidentiality issues in Social Care context
No offences against vulnerable adults or children Detailed understanding of Health and Safety issues
No evidence of racist, sexist or other discriminatory attitudes


Previous employment

We will look for evidence of previous employment over a continuous period of time (demonstrating consistency and reliability) in a field where the applicant will have worked in a Social Care context with adults and/or children.


Personal qualities

All applicants are expected to be calm, polite, will be able to accept constructive management, open in manner, friendly, willing, a good listener, flexible and above all caring.


Policy on employment of persons with criminal convictions

The Company will protect service users against potential abuse by making all necessary statutory Criminal Records checks on its employees. At the same time it will not discriminate unfairly against those with spent convictions, and will follow employment best practice in this regard. The general principle is that no one should “have his present pulled from under his feet by his past”.

Home Care is one of the many professions which is exempted from the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act. This means that ALL convictions have to be declared. Cautions, reprimands and final warnings are not convictions, so are “spent” at once, but they DO have to be declared for home care work.

The suitability for employment of a person with a criminal record will vary, depending on the nature of the job and the details and circumstance of any convictions. An honest declaration at the recruitment stage will be considered positively, whereas attempting to withhold conviction information to gain employment will count against a person in the decision whether to employ them, or whether to confirm or continue employment if this comes to light later.
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Star Care UK Ltd

Attractive

Greenwich, Greater London

2 days ago

JOB DESCRIPTION - CARE ASSISTANT


AIMS:

To attend to the personal, domestic, rehabilitation and social needs of service users. These include elderly, physically disabled and people with mental health problems.

To allow each service user to remain safely and comfortably in their own home, enabling them to maintain their independence, individuality, privacy, freedom of choice, dignity and respect.

The care worker is an important part of the overall support network for each service user. As a regular visitor the care worker will establish a working relationship with the service user and is therefore in a position to observe any change in their condition, or any other matters that cause concern. The care worker will then report any concerns or changes to his/her manager who will ensure that the service user receives appropriate help and assistance.

The care worker is also fully supported by their manager. They will offer instruction and guidance in all matters relating to the role of the care worker.

The list of job activities below is not a comprehensive list and may be amended or added to as dictated by the needs of the service user, business partners and care legislation.



JOB ACTIVITIES

Duties Results
1. Assisting with bathing, strip washing, bed bathing, showering and general assistance in the bathroom. Assistance with dressing and undressing, routine hair care and supporting service users with general appearance.

2. Assisting with or the preparation of meals and snacks, supporting service users with the consumption of meals where necessary.

3. Assisting with toileting, emptying of commodes or catheter bags, changing and disposal of incontinence pads.

4. Assisting with the application of creams, lotions and powders of service users choice or those prescribed by the medical profession.

5. Assisting service users with taking medication prescribed by the medical profession, recording dosage and time taken.

6. Monitoring medical dressings and recording progress. Reporting any changes where deemed necessary.

7. Carrying out any domestic duties as designated in the service users care plan, such as, bedmaking, washing-up, dusting, hoovering, laundry and general cleaning and tidying.

8. Undertaking shopping errands and pension collection as specified in the service users care plan.

9. Monitoring and observing service users health, safety and welfare. Reporting recording of any changes or matters for concern. Updating service user notes.

10. Encouraging independence, developing life skills, talking, listening and motivating. (Rehabilitation and enablement).


11. Respite, escorting and supervision inside or outside the home.

1. Enables service users to maintain their personal hygiene and appearance, thereby contributing to overall well-being


2. Encourages service users to make choices, establish independence while promoting and maintaining a healthy lifestyle

3. Enables service users to maintain personal hygiene and preserve dignity and respect.


4. Allows service users the freedom of choice whilst maintaining personal identity and independence. Contributes to the health and well-being of the service users.

5. Promotes and maintains service users health.



6. Works in partnership with health professionals and promotes effective communication and relationships.


7. Enables service users to live safely and comfortably in their own home.


8. Promotes independence and freedom of choice allowing the service users dignity and respect.

9. Promotes, monitors and maintains health and safety in the workplace. Contributes to the protection of adults from abuse.

10. Promotes effective communication and relationships. Encourages and enables service users independence and participation in leisure activities. Participation in the same.

11. Provides support for ‘family’ carer, and enables visits to appointments and participation in learning and leisure activities.


PERSON SPECIFICATION - CARE ASSISTANT


The Company recruits from all sections of the community that we serve. We do not favour or discriminate against anyone, either on the grounds of age, ethnic origin, gender, disability, sexuality or religion. Our selection is based solely on the suitability of the applicant for the vacant position.


Personal Qualities
The care worker should:-

• Be of good character
• Have good communication skills

All applicants will be assessed against the following criteria: -

ESSENTIAL
DESIRABLE
NOT ESSENTIAL (Training will be given)
Reliability Experience of care / support work
Flexibility Detailed knowledge of working in a social care context with elderly people or people with disabilities such as: -
 Learning difficulties
 Mental ill health
 Physical disabilities
 Challenging behaviour
 Aids/HIV
Ability to respect confidentiality
Regular availability
Entitled to work in UK
Good health
Reliable access to transport (public or own car)
Ability to work alone and within a team Detailed understanding of discrimination issues faced by members of ethnic and other minorities.
Suitability for training in Moving and Handling Detailed understanding of confidentiality issues in Social Care context
No offences against vulnerable adults or children Detailed understanding of Health and Safety issues
No evidence of racist, sexist or other discriminatory attitudes


Previous employment

We will look for evidence of previous employment over a continuous period of time (demonstrating consistency and reliability) in a field where the applicant will have worked in a Social Care context with adults and/or children.


Personal qualities

All applicants are expected to be calm, polite, will be able to accept constructive management, open in manner, friendly, willing, a good listener, flexible and above all caring.


Policy on employment of persons with criminal convictions

The Company will protect service users against potential abuse by making all necessary statutory Criminal Records checks on its employees. At the same time it will not discriminate unfairly against those with spent convictions, and will follow employment best practice in this regard. The general principle is that no one should “have his present pulled from under his feet by his past”.

Home Care is one of the many professions which is exempted from the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act. This means that ALL convictions have to be declared. Cautions, reprimands and final warnings are not convictions, so are “spent” at once, but they DO have to be declared for home care work.

The suitability for employment of a person with a criminal record will vary, depending on the nature of the job and the details and circumstance of any convictions. An honest declaration at the recruitment stage will be considered positively, whereas attempting to withhold conviction information to gain employment will count against a person in the decision whether to employ them, or whether to confirm or continue employment if this comes to light later.
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Star Care UK Ltd

Attractive

Sutton Green, Woking, Surrey

2 days ago

JOB DESCRIPTION - CARE ASSISTANT


AIMS:

To attend to the personal, domestic, rehabilitation and social needs of service users. These include elderly, physically disabled and people with mental health problems.

To allow each service user to remain safely and comfortably in their own home, enabling them to maintain their independence, individuality, privacy, freedom of choice, dignity and respect.

The care worker is an important part of the overall support network for each service user. As a regular visitor the care worker will establish a working relationship with the service user and is therefore in a position to observe any change in their condition, or any other matters that cause concern. The care worker will then report any concerns or changes to his/her manager who will ensure that the service user receives appropriate help and assistance.

The care worker is also fully supported by their manager. They will offer instruction and guidance in all matters relating to the role of the care worker.

The list of job activities below is not a comprehensive list and may be amended or added to as dictated by the needs of the service user, business partners and care legislation.



JOB ACTIVITIES

Duties Results
1. Assisting with bathing, strip washing, bed bathing, showering and general assistance in the bathroom. Assistance with dressing and undressing, routine hair care and supporting service users with general appearance.

2. Assisting with or the preparation of meals and snacks, supporting service users with the consumption of meals where necessary.

3. Assisting with toileting, emptying of commodes or catheter bags, changing and disposal of incontinence pads.

4. Assisting with the application of creams, lotions and powders of service users choice or those prescribed by the medical profession.

5. Assisting service users with taking medication prescribed by the medical profession, recording dosage and time taken.

6. Monitoring medical dressings and recording progress. Reporting any changes where deemed necessary.

7. Carrying out any domestic duties as designated in the service users care plan, such as, bedmaking, washing-up, dusting, hoovering, laundry and general cleaning and tidying.

8. Undertaking shopping errands and pension collection as specified in the service users care plan.

9. Monitoring and observing service users health, safety and welfare. Reporting recording of any changes or matters for concern. Updating service user notes.

10. Encouraging independence, developing life skills, talking, listening and motivating. (Rehabilitation and enablement).


11. Respite, escorting and supervision inside or outside the home.

1. Enables service users to maintain their personal hygiene and appearance, thereby contributing to overall well-being


2. Encourages service users to make choices, establish independence while promoting and maintaining a healthy lifestyle

3. Enables service users to maintain personal hygiene and preserve dignity and respect.


4. Allows service users the freedom of choice whilst maintaining personal identity and independence. Contributes to the health and well-being of the service users.

5. Promotes and maintains service users health.



6. Works in partnership with health professionals and promotes effective communication and relationships.


7. Enables service users to live safely and comfortably in their own home.


8. Promotes independence and freedom of choice allowing the service users dignity and respect.

9. Promotes, monitors and maintains health and safety in the workplace. Contributes to the protection of adults from abuse.

10. Promotes effective communication and relationships. Encourages and enables service users independence and participation in leisure activities. Participation in the same.

11. Provides support for ‘family’ carer, and enables visits to appointments and participation in learning and leisure activities.


PERSON SPECIFICATION - CARE ASSISTANT


The Company recruits from all sections of the community that we serve. We do not favour or discriminate against anyone, either on the grounds of age, ethnic origin, gender, disability, sexuality or religion. Our selection is based solely on the suitability of the applicant for the vacant position.


Personal Qualities
The care worker should:-

• Be of good character
• Have good communication skills

All applicants will be assessed against the following criteria: -

ESSENTIAL
DESIRABLE
NOT ESSENTIAL (Training will be given)
Reliability Experience of care / support work
Flexibility Detailed knowledge of working in a social care context with elderly people or people with disabilities such as: -
 Learning difficulties
 Mental ill health
 Physical disabilities
 Challenging behaviour
 Aids/HIV
Ability to respect confidentiality
Regular availability
Entitled to work in UK
Good health
Reliable access to transport (public or own car)
Ability to work alone and within a team Detailed understanding of discrimination issues faced by members of ethnic and other minorities.
Suitability for training in Moving and Handling Detailed understanding of confidentiality issues in Social Care context
No offences against vulnerable adults or children Detailed understanding of Health and Safety issues
No evidence of racist, sexist or other discriminatory attitudes


Previous employment

We will look for evidence of previous employment over a continuous period of time (demonstrating consistency and reliability) in a field where the applicant will have worked in a Social Care context with adults and/or children.


Personal qualities

All applicants are expected to be calm, polite, will be able to accept constructive management, open in manner, friendly, willing, a good listener, flexible and above all caring.


Policy on employment of persons with criminal convictions

The Company will protect service users against potential abuse by making all necessary statutory Criminal Records checks on its employees. At the same time it will not discriminate unfairly against those with spent convictions, and will follow employment best practice in this regard. The general principle is that no one should “have his present pulled from under his feet by his past”.

Home Care is one of the many professions which is exempted from the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act. This means that ALL convictions have to be declared. Cautions, reprimands and final warnings are not convictions, so are “spent” at once, but they DO have to be declared for home care work.

The suitability for employment of a person with a criminal record will vary, depending on the nature of the job and the details and circumstance of any convictions. An honest declaration at the recruitment stage will be considered positively, whereas attempting to withhold conviction information to gain employment will count against a person in the decision whether to employ them, or whether to confirm or continue employment if this comes to light later.
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Star Care UK Ltd

Attractive

Surrey

2 days ago

JOB DESCRIPTION - CARE ASSISTANT


AIMS:

To attend to the personal, domestic, rehabilitation and social needs of service users. These include elderly, physically disabled and people with mental health problems.

To allow each service user to remain safely and comfortably in their own home, enabling them to maintain their independence, individuality, privacy, freedom of choice, dignity and respect.

The care worker is an important part of the overall support network for each service user. As a regular visitor the care worker will establish a working relationship with the service user and is therefore in a position to observe any change in their condition, or any other matters that cause concern. The care worker will then report any concerns or changes to his/her manager who will ensure that the service user receives appropriate help and assistance.

The care worker is also fully supported by their manager. They will offer instruction and guidance in all matters relating to the role of the care worker.

The list of job activities below is not a comprehensive list and may be amended or added to as dictated by the needs of the service user, business partners and care legislation.



JOB ACTIVITIES

Duties Results
1. Assisting with bathing, strip washing, bed bathing, showering and general assistance in the bathroom. Assistance with dressing and undressing, routine hair care and supporting service users with general appearance.

2. Assisting with or the preparation of meals and snacks, supporting service users with the consumption of meals where necessary.

3. Assisting with toileting, emptying of commodes or catheter bags, changing and disposal of incontinence pads.

4. Assisting with the application of creams, lotions and powders of service users choice or those prescribed by the medical profession.

5. Assisting service users with taking medication prescribed by the medical profession, recording dosage and time taken.

6. Monitoring medical dressings and recording progress. Reporting any changes where deemed necessary.

7. Carrying out any domestic duties as designated in the service users care plan, such as, bedmaking, washing-up, dusting, hoovering, laundry and general cleaning and tidying.

8. Undertaking shopping errands and pension collection as specified in the service users care plan.

9. Monitoring and observing service users health, safety and welfare. Reporting recording of any changes or matters for concern. Updating service user notes.

10. Encouraging independence, developing life skills, talking, listening and motivating. (Rehabilitation and enablement).


11. Respite, escorting and supervision inside or outside the home.

1. Enables service users to maintain their personal hygiene and appearance, thereby contributing to overall well-being


2. Encourages service users to make choices, establish independence while promoting and maintaining a healthy lifestyle

3. Enables service users to maintain personal hygiene and preserve dignity and respect.


4. Allows service users the freedom of choice whilst maintaining personal identity and independence. Contributes to the health and well-being of the service users.

5. Promotes and maintains service users health.



6. Works in partnership with health professionals and promotes effective communication and relationships.


7. Enables service users to live safely and comfortably in their own home.


8. Promotes independence and freedom of choice allowing the service users dignity and respect.

9. Promotes, monitors and maintains health and safety in the workplace. Contributes to the protection of adults from abuse.

10. Promotes effective communication and relationships. Encourages and enables service users independence and participation in leisure activities. Participation in the same.

11. Provides support for ‘family’ carer, and enables visits to appointments and participation in learning and leisure activities.


PERSON SPECIFICATION - CARE ASSISTANT


The Company recruits from all sections of the community that we serve. We do not favour or discriminate against anyone, either on the grounds of age, ethnic origin, gender, disability, sexuality or religion. Our selection is based solely on the suitability of the applicant for the vacant position.


Personal Qualities
The care worker should:-

• Be of good character
• Have good communication skills

All applicants will be assessed against the following criteria: -

ESSENTIAL
DESIRABLE
NOT ESSENTIAL (Training will be given)
Reliability Experience of care / support work
Flexibility Detailed knowledge of working in a social care context with elderly people or people with disabilities such as: -
 Learning difficulties
 Mental ill health
 Physical disabilities
 Challenging behaviour
 Aids/HIV
Ability to respect confidentiality
Regular availability
Entitled to work in UK
Good health
Reliable access to transport (public or own car)
Ability to work alone and within a team Detailed understanding of discrimination issues faced by members of ethnic and other minorities.
Suitability for training in Moving and Handling Detailed understanding of confidentiality issues in Social Care context
No offences against vulnerable adults or children Detailed understanding of Health and Safety issues
No evidence of racist, sexist or other discriminatory attitudes


Previous employment

We will look for evidence of previous employment over a continuous period of time (demonstrating consistency and reliability) in a field where the applicant will have worked in a Social Care context with adults and/or children.


Personal qualities

All applicants are expected to be calm, polite, will be able to accept constructive management, open in manner, friendly, willing, a good listener, flexible and above all caring.


Policy on employment of persons with criminal convictions

The Company will protect service users against potential abuse by making all necessary statutory Criminal Records checks on its employees. At the same time it will not discriminate unfairly against those with spent convictions, and will follow employment best practice in this regard. The general principle is that no one should “have his present pulled from under his feet by his past”.

Home Care is one of the many professions which is exempted from the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act. This means that ALL convictions have to be declared. Cautions, reprimands and final warnings are not convictions, so are “spent” at once, but they DO have to be declared for home care work.

The suitability for employment of a person with a criminal record will vary, depending on the nature of the job and the details and circumstance of any convictions. An honest declaration at the recruitment stage will be considered positively, whereas attempting to withhold conviction information to gain employment will count against a person in the decision whether to employ them, or whether to confirm or continue employment if this comes to light later.
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Qube Recruitment Limited

£10.00 - £11.50ph

Croydon, Greater London

3 days ago

Our client, a national home delivery specialist are currently looking for numerous 7.5 Tonne Drivers to join them on an ongoing basis.

Drivers will be involved in the delivery of furniture/white and electrical goods to customers homes around the Southeast area. The nature of this work can be heavy so drivers must be physically fit. Drivers are always sent out in a 2-man crew, therefore they have a mate to assist them with any lifting.
Drivers are NOT expected to install the products once they reach the customer.

The role offers full-time hours and drivers will be rota'd 5 out of 7 days per week.
The average day runs between 10-12hrs and start times are usually around 6am.

An overtime rate of £11.50ph is paid after 40hrs a week and on weekends.

If you are interested in registering for this position, please apply now or call Rebecca on 01634 735 333
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