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Here is a selection of the current Trapeze vacancies. Alternatively, please leave your details with us on the ‘Contact Us’ page and we will get back to you to discuss your next move or recruitment requirement.

Graphic Designer - Broadstairs - Competitive

A global leader in what they do, with worldwide distribution channels. Their headquartered are in Broadstairs, on a 4.5-hectare site incorporating high-tech manufacturing and research and development facilities

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Position Expectations

To join the marketing communications team. This team produces and implements a wide variety of content for campaigns, promotional materials, sales tools and exhibitions, including print and online.

You will have at least 2 years graphic design experience and possess a passion for producing high quality layouts, images and illustrations.

Key Requirements

  • Generate ideas for effective ways to present and communicate information

  • Create and update artwork for a variety of print and digital output

  • Produce illustrations and image compositions

  • Manage outsourced illustration, photography, 3D rendering, animation etc

  • Create, resize and localise artwork files quickly and efficiently

  • Work in a variety of CMS systems to create and edit content

  • Interest to develop in other aspects of visual content creation like video editing and animation

  • Support management of the studio’s asset filing systems

Key Attributes & Skills

  • Work effectively in a small team and be able to operate on your own initiative

  • Good communication skills and excellent attention to detail

  • Highly competent in Adobe InDesign, Photoshop, Illustrator and other CC applications

  • Experience of working with technical or industrial products would be a distinct advantage

  • Very willing to build knowledge of the company’s products and industry

  • Flexibility to adapt to changing business needs, and willing to learn how to use new software for design and content generation.

Remuneration & Benefits

Competitive Basic Salary

Excellent holiday entitlement & benefits

The opportunity to work for an extremely reputable market leading organisation.

 

 

 

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Sales Administrator - Outskirts of Canterbury - Competitive

This lovely family run business are specialist suppliers to veterinary hospitals and surgeries. They pride themselves on supplying quality products at competitive prices with a prompt delivery and personal service. From product ranges and special offers, to ease of ordering, they aim to provide the very best, with the least stress. This is a great opportunity to be part of a growing organisation, working within a really friendly supportive team.

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Position Expectations

This position involves being the first point of contact with customers placing orders over the phone, via email and online. Excellent customer service skills are essential, coupled with very good administration and organisation skills. Experience of sales order processing would be extremely beneficial as well as a working knowledge of SAP. Due to the company being based in a lovely rural location on the outskirts of Canterbury, own transport is essential.

Key Duties

  • To liaise with customers placing orders on a daily basis.

  • To accurately update SAP and the company’s CRM system extremely efficiently

  • To actions any requests customers may have and liaise with internal colleagues to make sure these requests take place

  • To undertake general administration duties relating to the service and sales provided

  • To undertake reception duties and be the first to answer the phone

  • To provide excellent customer service and be very professional at all times

  • To have the ability to work under pressure and to tight deadlines, this is a very busy role

This role offers a very competitive salary, the location is a very lovely rural setting, employees are rewarded for their hard work and there is the scope to progress within this growing organisation. The standard working hours are 8:00am until 5:00pm Monday to Friday.

Reference: JO573

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Cook – No Spilt Shifts - Hythe & Lyminge - Competitive

Trapeze Recruitment is delighted to be working with a local, independent thriving charity. They provide friendly, flexible services for older people who want to live independently at home. They are extremely grateful to their many donors and supporters and are proud to be part of the national organisation.

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Position Expectations

To provide nutritious freshly-prepared meals for our day centre clients and home meal deliveries which comply with the company’s guidelines and to work within current Food Hygiene regulations. The working hours of this position is 8:00 – 14:00 Monday, Tuesday, Saturday and Sunday.

Job Role

  • To work within current Food Safety regulations and to complete Safer Food Better Business Diary and 4 Weekly reviews. Report any concerns to the Day Centre Manger.

  • To undertake the control of preparation, cooking, portioning and serving of meals, as per the Organizations cooking procedures, Food Hygiene Policy and Meals on Wheels.

  • Ensure that all equipment in the kitchen is maintained safely and report any defects or damages to the Day Centre Manager.

  • To attend training and information sessions as agreed with the Day Centre Manger.

  • To maintain all records in accordance with current Food Safety Regulations, to include fridge and freezer temperatures on a daily basis.

  • Oversee the volunteer kitchen assistants to make sure that they comply with current good practice.

  • Liaise with the Day Centre Manager to plan suitable menus and meals for clients including those on special diets.

  • Provide meals that are well-balanced using fresh ingredients, and within budget.

  • Arrange the purchase of ingredients, and maintain stock.

  • Keep appropriate records regarding the purchase, cooking, transport and storage of all foodstuffs.

  • Clean the kitchen and associated areas as per the cleaning Schedule.

  • Participate in fundraising activities.

Personal skills required

  • A basic knowledge of cooking

  • Ability to communicate sensitively and tactfully with a range of people including, service users, staff, volunteers, trustees and suppliers.

  • Ability to work under pressure

  • Ability to work on your own initiative

  • Ability to organize and priorities tasks

  • Numerical understanding

  • Ability to maintain a high level of accuracy

Key qualities and work strengths

  • Honest and trustworthy

  • Reliable

  • Positive attitude

  • Flexible in approach and working capacity

  • Sensitive and sympathetic

Remuneration & Benefits

Competitive Basic Salary

Working hours: is 8:00 – 14:00 Monday, Tuesday, Saturday and Sunday

The opportunity to really make a difference to the lives on many and work for a wonderful charity.

 

 

 

 

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Service Contracts Manager - Dover - Competitive

Job Summary

To work as a driving force within the team providing first class procurement and delivery to the organisation, focussing principally on the administration of the commercial service contracts. The post holder will be an integral part of the Contracts & Procurement Dept management and be expected to contribute to on-going continuous improvement initiatives.

 

The post holder will contribute to the strategic and operational development of the organisations contract processing activities and will work with closely with various other departments. A fundamental part of the role will be the reprocurement and tendering of existing and new service contracts.

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Key Duties

  • To contribute to the assessment and recommendation of tendering and procurement options and the development of the management techniques and terms and conditions to suit.

  • To lead in the drafting and managing of tendering processes and documentation associated with procuring new contracts, drawing in input as required from relevant sections.

  • To act as the primary point of contact between the contractor and the organisation, coordinating communication to ensure that the contractual framework is observed.

  • To monitor compliance with contractual obligations by service providers and support internal stakeholders in managing issues arising from non-compliance.

  • To drive effective contractor performance.

  • To maintain, review and update Service Level Agreements with key suppliers as required.

  • To undertake Supplier and Contractor meetings and evaluations in conjunction with the Purchasing Manager – Supply Chain.

  • To develop a Service and Project Contract calendar which includes alert prompts at key milestones to ensure adequate time-frames are allowed for.

  • To assist the Head of Contracts & Procurement in achieving the departmental objectives.

  • To focus on the delivery of maximising value through contract arrangements.

 

Skills and Qualifications

  • Educated to degree level or relevant qualifications

  • To demonstrate track record in managing service contract delivery

  • Contract Awareness, including NEC, JCT and ICE

  • Drafting of tender and contract documentation

  • Tendering and scope preparation

  • Experience of negotiating terms and conditions

 

Benefits

  • Competitive salary

  • 25 days holiday

  • Generous contributory pension scheme

  • Discretionary bonus scheme

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Production Team Leader – 14:00 – 22:00 Shift - Ashford - Kent - Competitive

Company Profile

A market leading manufacturing organisation, operating across 100 countries worldwide. Through product innovation and operational excellence, they continue to expand and increase their market share worldwide.

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Position Expectations

To lead and manage a multi-skilled team in the production area, specifically carton and packaging operations. Meet the production schedule and production targets for customer satisfaction, quality, and cost in a safe working environment. To motivate, coach and develop the team to become a self-managing, self-sufficient unit.

Candidates must possess proven leadership experience within a production or manufacturing environment, a Pharmaceutical or Medical Device environment would be a distinct advantage. This is position covers the 14:00 – 22:00 shift so candidates must be able to commit to these working hours long term.

Key Areas of responsibility

  • Enable the team to equip themselves with the appropriate resources needed to meet their objectives
  • Agree individual performance targets for team members, review performance against target with team members
  • Ensure team is aware of and working towards the key performance indicators for the Business Unit
  • Develop system that enables team to track their teams performance
  • Provide advice, guidance and coaching to the team or individuals as required
  • Create an environment of continuous improvement, support and encourage individuals to participate in CI activities
  • Facilitate regular communication within the production area and with support functions
  • Keep Shift Manager and Operations Managers informed of progress via regular reports, presentations discussions etc.
  • Develop an effective network with support and service function teams
  • Work with peers to ensure a consistent application of ways of working are implemented effectively across the business unit
  • Responsible for Employee Relations issues within the team
  • Co-ordinate people management and development requirements with support from the Human Resources department.
  • Ensure compliance with regulatory requirements is understood by all team members and achieved
  • Responsible for health and safety awareness and compliance within shift team
  • Authorised user of all secondary manufacturing equipment
  • Ensure that all labelling and packing operations are performed efficiently
  • Complete documentation in the correct manner within the specified time
  • Perform all duties according to Standard Operation Procedures.
  • Report all faults, unusual occurrences and problems to the Production Team Manager
  • Liaise with the Production Team Manager any Continuous improvement ideas on the overall performance of the line
  • Any other reasonable duties as required by the Production Team Manager

Remuneration & Benefits

Very Competitive Basic Salary + a very competitive shift allowance

Excellent benefits package

Working hours: 14:00 – 22:00

The opportunity to really make a difference to a company that truly invests & values their employees

 

 

 

 

Reference: JO518

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Site Installer – Kitchen Fitter - Canterbury - Competitive

This very reputable company that offers professional retail installations staffing solutions. They provide storage and outfitting of specialist retail equipment such as refrigeration cabinets, server counters and food preparation areas. They pride themselves on being responsive offering quick turnarounds as well as a quality installation. Their cost-effective shop fitting solutions also ensure a quality team, backed by experience, the necessary skills and industry accreditations.

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Position Expectations

To deliver quality installation solutions to their clients in a professional and effective manner. Candidates must be able to drive and be over the age of 25 due to insurance reasons. Possess a good understanding of basic plumbing, carpentry, metal and electrical works and previous experience of working in installation. Commercial kitchen fitting experience would be a distinct advantage along with experience of working with Corian worktops.

Candidates must also possess very good customer service and communication skills and very willing to undertake personal development as a lot of training will be provided. Due to the nature of the industry candidates must be flexible regarding working hours and willing to travel as the working week will include Sundays, nights and potentially staying away from home.

Key Areas of responsibility

  • To deliver the client installation requirements within procedures and quality expectations.

  • To resolve issues in a pragmatic, professional and experienced manner, so as to be able to explain your decisions and actions as and when challenged.

  • To provide clear internal communications to supervisor, to include communications on project progress, existing issues, potential issues, suggested ideas of improvement etc. This will take the form of daily feedback opportunities and team meetings.

  • To ensure all work is carried out within the working methods for Health and Safety compliance

  • To work efficiently and cost effectively in every aspect in recognition of business performance.

  • To develop and maintain effective working relationships with colleagues, suppliers and clients.

  • To receive line management feedback as agreed with the Line Manager.

  • To maintain high standards of professional integrity and respect for others in all dealings with clients, colleagues, suppliers, other professionals and members of the public.

  • To develop and maintain appropriate boundaries of confidentiality between clients and other organisations.

  • To act in accordance with current and future policies, procedures, guidelines (Staff Handbook) and relevant codes of practice, aiming to ensure the highest possible standards of service provision.

  • To develop and maintain the range of skills appropriate to the post and to keep up-to-date with latest techniques and technologies.

  • To ensure continuous self-development, both professionally and personally, through training, supervision and other appropriate means.

  • To attend appropriate professional training courses/conferences/meetings, by agreement with the Line Manager.

Remuneration & Benefits

Very Competitive Basic Salary

Use of company vehicles + fuel card

Financially rewarded for working weekends

The opportunity to really make a difference to a company that truly invests & values their employees and rewards commitment.

 

 

 

 

Reference: JO507

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Secretary – Tax & Estate Planning - Canterbury - Competitive

One of the largest legal practices in the county, offering a wide range of services specifically for businesses together with legal support for individuals.  With over 230 years of history they have some very long-standing clients and great heritage in Kent.

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Position Expectations

To work as part of the tax and estate planning team providing secretarial and administrative support to the fee earners within the department. To ensure work is completed in an efficient and timely manner within the parameters of ISO 9001 standards. To promote the professional image of the firm at all times.

Ideal candidates must possess legal secretarial experience. Up-to-date knowledge of wills, probate and inheritance tax planning would be a distinct advantage as well as secretary experience with a tax and estate planning environment. They must also possess excellent communication, organisational skills and an excellent working knowledge of Microsoft Office.

Key Duties

  • To prepare correspondence and documents through audio-typing (BigHand) and word processing.

  • To make appointments, arrange meetings and maintain up-to-date diary for fee earners.

  • To deal whenever possible with routine client enquiries and communications.

  • To administer filing which will include daily filing and the opening, closing, storage and retrieval of client files within the parameters of policy and procedures.

  • To prepare mail and enclosures.

  • To prepare documents/reports as required by the fee earners.

  • To attend clients both in person and on the telephone and to provide such support in a professional and friendly manner in keeping with the firm’s standards for client care.

  • To provide support to other secretaries as required.

  • To ensure the confidentiality of all the firm’s client’s documentation and information.

  • To attend and contribute to departmental meetings.

  • To undertake any other reasonable tasks to assist the department, as requested by the practice head.

  • Reception cover from time to time.

     

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Multi Skilled Engineer - Ashford - Competive

A market leading manufacturing organisation, operating across 100 countries worldwide. Through product innovation and operational excellence, they continue to expand and increase their market share worldwide.

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Position Expectations

To provide high standard of maintenance throughout the Production areas, to include the preventative maintenance of machines and equipment; as well as responding to emergency machine breakdowns through the site. Candidates must be 17th edition qualified, possess a working knowledge of Mechanical, Hydraulics & Pneumatics. Be able to demonstrate sound decision-making skills, good communication skills and a current knowledge of relevant H&S legislation.

Key Areas of responsibility

  • Carry out Preventative Maintenance

  • Ensure all machines are safe and fit for purpose

  • Installations of new machines and equipment

  • Overhaul of all plant machines and facilities

  • Electrical Installations

  • Work with and install single phase/three phase electrical circuits

  • Actively promote safe working practices

  • Work with and Coordinate Contractors

  • Undertake repairs and servicing to the highest standard in accordance with work orders and pre-determined specifications

  • Fault finding, testing, and the removal or adjustments of existing fittings, fixtures and parts

  • Effective Communication – Keeping Management and relevant departments aware and seeking advice and assistance when required

  • To contribute to company objectives and values

  • To assist with the continual improvement of the business, looking for the improvement to the service and for effective good practice within this role

  • To adhere to all company procedures, systems and practices

  • To attend training and continuous development opportunities as required

     

Remuneration & Benefits

Very Competitive Basic Salary + an excellent shift premium

Excellent benefits package

Working hours – Monday to Friday on a rotating shift pattern 06:00-14:00/14:00-22:00

The opportunity to really make a difference to a company that truly invests & values their employees

 

 

 

 

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Senior IT Support Engineer - Canterbury - Very Competitive

This company is a worldwide leader in what they develop, manufacture and supply, with a legacy that dates back to 1985. Listed on the Mainboard of the Singapore Exchange Securities Trading Limited (“SGX-ST”) and the AIM Market of the London Stock Exchange (“AIM”) in the United Kingdom.

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Position Expectations

To support all aspects of the IT environment within the company and to support the company’s employees in all IT related activity

Key Areas of responsibility

  • Maintenance, monitoring and support of company IT systems

  • Supporting and troubleshooting network issues

  • Managing software deployment and licencing of software

  • Recording and responding to users IT issues, including remote users

  • Liaising with 3rd parties when necessary

  • Managing the daily backup routines

  • Keeping IT documentation up to date

  • General ERP system support

  • Managing software and hardware inventories

  • New User Creation and management

  • Housekeeping main computer systems

  • Understand the importance of working towards audit and licensing compliance

  • Travel to other company sites in the UK.

     

Suitable applicant will possess the following skills and experience;

  • The successful candidate needs to be have strong communication skills and the ability to communicate technology in simple terms, customer service is key to this role

  • Good attention to detail, meticulous and methodical nature

  • Ability to work on own initiative as well as part of a team

  • Strong problem solving and logical skills

     

    Technical Skills

                   

  • Windows Server and Desktop Operating Systems

  • Microsoft Office Application (O365, Outlook, etc)

  • Hardware maintenance

  • Networking knowledge/experience

  • Active Directory experience

  • Understanding of Virtualisation

  • Backup and Restore knowledge

  • Telephone Systems
  • CISCO knowledge

  • ERP and/or manufacturing environment exposure

  • Engineering software packages (i.e.DDM, ANSYS, EdgeCAM, Solidworks)

 

Remuneration & Benefits

Very Competitive Basic Salary

Excellent benefits package

Flexible working hours

The opportunity to work for a world leading organisation in what they do

 

 

 

 

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Junior Laboratory Technician - Broadstairs - Kent - Competitive

Company Profile

Known as the largest photographic and imaging company in the world that has been established for over 80 years.

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Position Expectations

To support chemists with technical requirements in a manufacturing environment. Candidates must possess a real passion for Chemistry & Science, this position would be ideal for someone wanting to pursue a rewarding career in this field with an extremely reputable employer.

Candidate requirements

  • Must possess a minimum of GCSE Maths, English & Science

  • An A level in Science/Chemistry would be a distinct advantage

  • Be enthusiastic, dynamic and be practical minded

  • Possess excellent attention to detail and be willing to learn

  • Laboratory experience would be a distinct advantage, although full training will be given.

 

Remuneration & Benefits

Competitive Basic Salary

Excellent holiday entitlement and benefits

Working hours: 8:30 – 17:00 Monday to Friday

The opportunity to work for an extremely reputable market leading organisation.

 

 

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Warehouse Operative - Herne Bay - Competitve

 A very well-established family business that has been providing sanitary products and washroom services for over 20 years to very reputable companies in Kent, Sussex and London. The company has a “no problem” attitude towards providing its services and has always been very proud of the quality and reliability of the services it provides. The company truly is a lovely family run business that values and supports their employees and has significantly expanded over the years due to the quality service that they provide.

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Position Expectations

To carry out washroom services on customer’s premises throughout the South East and London to the highest standard and in line with company policy and guidelines. Previous experience of doing a similar position is not required but good customer service skills is essential coupled with a clear pride in all they do.

A company vehicle and fuel card is provided but all route planning is undertaken by the office team and works on a 4-week rotating basic. The working hours are 37.5 per week but the company is flexible on the working hours -  An early start and early finish is the preferred option for the current Service Team. A DBS is required for this position and will be obtained by the company should candidates not current hold one that can be transferred and due to insurance reasons candidates must be over the age of 25.

Key Duties

  • To service feminine hygiene disposal units, nappy disposal units, urinal sanitisers, air fresheners, vending machines and other service products as detailed on the daily work schedule

  • To carry out servicing in a courteous and discreet manner with minimum disruption and impact to the customer site

  • To keep their allocated service vehicle clean and tidy at all times both inside and out

  • To keep service materials and equipment stored safely and tidy within the vehicle

  • To represent the company to highest standard, ensuring clean and tidy personal appearance and to wear the company uniform provided at all times

  • To keep a record of service materials and products, ensuring that the required level of stock is obtained from the Head Office on a weekly basis to fulfil the allocated work schedule

  • To keep an accurate and up-to-date record of all services undertaken

  • To report immediately any problems seen or reported on the customer premises that may in any way effect the level of service delivered.

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Project Workers – Bank Workers - Broadstairs - Very Competitive

Trapeze Recruitment is delighted to be working in partnership with Fairport Care Services ltd.

Fairport Care Services are looking for emotionally resilient, resourceful and experienced staff to join their team of bank workers within their bespoke residential children’s home.

Their reputation for consistently good therapeutic residential childcare has resulted in an invitation to contribute to the Parliamentary review on best practice with this very vulnerable but rewarding group of young people.

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Fairport Care Services are particularly interested in recruiting bank workers who:

  • Have extensive professional experience of working in a residential childcare environment

  • Have the ability to act as a sound and mature role model

  • Are able to use initiative and creativity when following instruction

  • Genuinely like, have respect for and a compassionate attitude towards young people within the care system

  • Have extensive experience of working in a residential childcare setting which enables you to quickly support the statement of purpose and child centered task of our home

  • Hold a clean full UK driving license

Fairport Care Services would welcome your application to join their team of compassionate, committed and valued staff.

Project Workers Bank, £10.20- £12.00 basic pay per hour (exclusive of pro-rated holiday pay) dependent on qualifications and experience

Senior Residential Project workers Bank, £ 12.10- 14.00 basic pay per hour dependent on experience and qualifications

Sleep in duties paid at £7.50 basic pay per hour (exclusive of pro-rated holiday pay)

Benefits

•              Supportive and caring work environment

•              £7.50 an hour for sleep-in duties

•              Competitive basic hourly rate

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Project Worker – Child Care - Broadstairs - Kent - Very Competitive

Trapeze Recruitment is delighted to be working in partnership with Fairport Care Services ltd.

Who are looking for emotionally resilient, resourceful and experienced staff to work within our bespoke residential children’s home.

Their reputation for consistently good therapeutic residential childcare has resulted in an invitation to contribute to the Parliamentary review on best practice with this very vulnerable but rewarding group of young people.

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They are particularly interested in recruiting individuals who have relevant life and or professional experience which would equip them to support adolescents with complex family backgrounds, help them develop greater resilience and be better equipped for a more hopeful future.

  • If you are interested in working with challenging but vulnerable adolescents and their families

  • Have interests and hobbies that you can bring to work

  • Have a sense of humour and enjoy fun

  • Enjoy hard work, personal inquiry and job satisfaction

  • Are over 21 years of age, have a valid and clean UK driving licence

    Then they would welcome your application to join our team of compassionate, committed and valued staff.

They are looking for project and senior project workers to join their team!

Senior Residential Project Workers £22,687.60-£26187.60 rising to £22,810- £26,310 from 1.04.17(incl. contractual sleep-in duties)

Overtime rate £12.70 per hour 

Sleep in duties paid at £61.20 rising to from 1.04.17

Residential Project workers Unqualified £18,437.60-£19,437.60 rising to £18,746.40- £19,060.00 from 1.04.17 (incl. contractual sleep-in duties) overtime rate £10.50 per hour

Qualified

£19,437.60-£22,437.60 rising to£19,560- £22,560 from 1.04.17 (incl. contractual sleep-in duties) overtime rate £12.70 per hour

Benefits

•              Supportive and caring work environment

•              Living wage hourly rate for sleep-in hours

•              Competitive Salary

•              Competitive overtime rates

•              Flexible rota

•              Contributory Pension Scheme

•              22 -32 days holiday per year in addition to statutory bank holidays.       

•              Career Progression Opportunities

•              In house Diploma 3&5 Programme available after probationary period

•              Opportunities for Post graduate, Master’s and post mandatory Professional qualifications subject to length of service

 

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Business Administrator - Whitstable, Kent - Competitve

Company Profile

A progressive, forward thinking and extremely reputable company that provides invaluable services to a diverse mix of businesses and industries. The services they provide ensure their clients can focus on the core business activities.

 

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Position Expectations

To undertake various administration duties and out-bound sales activity assigned by their manager. Providing an efficient, reliable service ensuring all calls and administration tasks are completed to the highest standard. Candidates must have previous administration and sales experience, have excellent written and verbal communication skills, great attention to detail and be proficient with all Microsoft Office products.

Key Duties

  • Answer calls and handle them in a polite and efficient manner following instructions displayed on the screen

  • Make out-bound sales calls, focusing on both warm and cold prospects

  • To be self-motivated and driven to achieve personal and company targets

  • Complete all tasks to a high standard within the agreed time frame

  • Develop and maintains relationships with clients, fulfilling all their requirements to a very high standard

  • Log all client activity

  • Manage, organise and updates relevant client data using database applications

  • Escalates any client issues as they arise

  • Provides support and assistance to the Service Centre Support Manager/Group Assistant and other team members at all times

  • Attends meetings as required

Remuneration & Benefits

Competitive

40 hours per week

21 days’ holiday + Bank Holiday – This increases by 1 day a year for every year served

The opportunity to work with a friendly, fun & customer focused team.

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Medical Business Assistant - Whitstable - Kent - Competitive

Company Profile

A progressive, forward thinking and extremely reputable company that provides invaluable services to a diverse mix of businesses and industries. The services they provide ensure their clients can focus on their core business activities.

 

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Position Expectations

To undertake various administration duties assigned by their manager. Providing an efficient, reliable service ensuring all calls and administration tasks are completed to the highest standard. Candidates must have previous administration experience within a medical environment or excellent administration skills and an in-depth knowledge of the medical sector, which could have been gained through personal experiences or work experience that involved direct contact with the medical sector.

Key Duties

  • Answer calls and handle them in a polite and efficient manner following instructions displayed on the screen

  • Complete all tasks to a high standard within the agreed time frame

  • Develop and maintains relationships with clients, fulfilling all their requirements to a very high standard

  • Log all client activity

  • Manage, organise and updates relevant client data using database applications

  • Escalates any client issues as they arise

  • Provides support and assistance to the Service Centre Support Manager/Group Assistant and other team members at all times

  • Attends meetings as required

Remuneration & Benefits

Competitive

21 days’ holiday + Bank Holiday – This increases by 1 day a year for every year served

The opportunity to work with a friendly, fun & customer focused team.

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Heating Engineer - Whitstable - Kent - Very Competitive

Company Profile

A very reputable Heating and Plumbing organisation covering the South East, they have been established for over 20 years and pride themselves on honesty and trust.  Due to an increased workload, they are looking to increase their very skilled and committed workforce.

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Position Expectations

Candidates must be an experienced, qualified Heating Engineer, possessing excellent customer service skills as they will be dealing with the domestic market place. Qualifications must include CCN1, CPA1 and CENWAT. Candidates must also be able to drive and willing to cover the South East, however the majority of the work will be in East Kent.

Key Duties

To quote, install, inspect, repair, and service domestic heating appliances across the South East.

Remuneration & Benefits

Very Competitive Basic salary

Due to current workload overtime is available

Company Vehicle, Phone and uniform provided

 

 

Reference: JO208

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If none of the above vacancies are suitable, please email us a copy of your CV.

Jo was absolutely fantastic from the start to end of my job search. She was extremely knowledgeable and offered fantastic advice and a personal touch that I have not experienced when dealing with a recruiter before. I would highly recommend Jo to anyone on their job search and can't thank her enough..

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