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Field Sales Executive (B2C)

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Jobg8
Salary
From £70,000 to £70,000 per year
Location
Leeds
Job term
Permanent
Job hours
Full time

Field Sales Executive (B2C)
Salary: £40,000 - £70,000 OTE (uncapped, top ) + fully expensed company car.
Location: Leeds


Are you a Field Sales Executive (B2C) and keen to join one of the most dynamic and fast growing sales teams in the UK? Are you looking for the opportunity to earn uncapped commission in one of the leading growth industries? Do you want to work for a business that recognises and rewards success? Do you want the chance to advance your career into management?

Mark Group began insulating homes back in 1974, recognising this as a first step in saving energy, money and carbon emissions. Now we are worldwide market leader in energy saving solutions, we help make over 6,000 homes more energy efficient every week. Due to rapid growth, we are continuing to expand our highly successful domestic sales channel and are recruiting for Field Sales Executives (B2C)
across the UK.

Field Sales Executive (B2C) - The role:
• Field based sales, working predominantly with customers in their own home
• Providing fully accredited energy assessments on domestic properties and proposing government/energy company incentivised home energy saving measures
• Generating own leads through referrals and recommendations
• Following up leads generated by our partnerships with all the major energy providers
• Fully expensed training and support will be provided at our Flagship Training Academy.

The successful Field Sales Executive (B2C) will be:
• An experienced field sales person with a proven track record in achieving sales in either a B2C or B2B environment
• Target driven, self motivated and someone who relishes working in a competitive environment
• Highly customer focused, professional and presentable
• Flexible with regards to working hours (will include evenings and weekends)

You must possess a full and current driving license (held for a min. of 12 months)

If this Field Sales Executive (B2C) jobs sounds like the challenge you are looking for apply now!

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Mark Group
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Electricians

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Recruiter
Equals One
Salary
Competitive + salary dependent on experience
Location
Leeds
Job term
Permanent
Job hours
Full time

Electricians

Salary dependent on experience

Leeds, West Yorkshire

Driving license essential

Our client The Phoenix Works specialise in the installation of energy saving technologies.Due to continued growth they are now looking to recruit an experienced electrician to join their expanding team.This is a key role for someone who is self-motivated, trustworthy and pro-active.


Role Responsibilities:-



·Sound working knowledge and qualification to 17th edition of the wiring regulations

·Part-P

·Experience of inspection and testing

·Basic IT competency

Desirable experience:



·2391 or equivalent qualification

·Working knowledge of NICEIC online certification

·Experience of both domestic and commercial installations

·Basic understanding of electrical design

A good level of written and spoken English, professional appearance and excellent customer-facing skills are essential, as well as the ability to work well both individually and in a team.

Candidates must hold a full UK driving licence, have the necessary tools required to carry out the work and be available to work occasional unsociable hours and weekends.

If you have the required experience and would enjoy the challenge of working in this dynamic and challenging environment then please send your C.V. and details of your current remuneration.

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Care at Home Support Workers

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Recruiter
Jobg8
Salary
From £6.87 to £7.66 per year
Location
Wakefield
Job term
Permanent
Job hours
Full time

Care at Home Support Workers needed in Wakefield and surrounding areas:


'I love being able to help others, no matter how little'

An Allied Care at Home Support Worker is someone who thrives on making others feel valued; a positive, honest person who is good at tuning into other people and cares about doing things right. Our Community Care Workers are also reliable and hard working. Could you be an Allied person?

Allied Healthcare are holding IMMEDIATE LOCAL INTERVIEWS for Care at Home Support Workers at our Wakefield Branch.

We are eager to speak to drivers who can work in the Wakefield area.

Staff benefits include:
- Full training - NO EXPERIENCE REQUIRED
- Flexible shifts - weekdays, evenings and weekends
- Full and part time work available
- Up to 28 days paid holiday (including bank holidays)
- Weekly pay
- Amazing discounts in well known high street stores
- Free Uniforms

Our Support Workers are responsible for ensuring that people receive the very best standards of care and support in their own home. Duties include:
- Assisting with personal care, (washing and bathing)
- Administration of medication
- Meal preparation
- Light domestic duties
- Social activities

Appointment subject to a DBS disclosure. If you have subscribed to the new DBS update service please mention this to us and you will be fast tracked through our compliance process.

If this appeals to you, we would love to hear from you.

Allied Healthcare is an equal opportunities employer and regulated by CQC

Care Worker, Carer, Support Work, Care Assistant, Caring, Personal Care, Healthcare, Health Care, Social Care, Healthcare Assistant, Full Time, Part Time

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Allied Healthcare (West Yorkshire)
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Foster Carer

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Recruiter
Fostering People
Salary
From £402 to £402 per week
Location
Leeds
Job term
Permanent
Job hours
Full time

Salary - A weekly fee of £402 per child
Working hours: Full-time
Job type: Permanent
Benefits: Membership of a benefits scheme aimed at the needs of foster carers
Industry sector: Domestic, Education & Teaching, Health, Nursing & Social Services, Miscellaneous, Public Sector

Fostering People is an Outstanding* Independent Fostering Agency (IFA) providing fostering services to Local Authorities across the UK.

We are an energetic and innovative independent fostering agency. Not restricted by our office base; we've been working locally within the communities we serve since 2000.

We are proud to be a preferred provider (the first port of call) to our local authority customers, with a reputation for high quality foster placements across the UK.

Our robust and dedicated foster carers, influence change on young vulnerable lives every day. Our friendly and approachable team of professionals go the extra mile to support our foster carers, offering up-to-date, appropriate foster carer training and support groups to all our carers and we take a pride in being your local fostering agency.

Make a Difference!
We are looking to recruit foster carers to look after children and young people across the North East, North West, East Midlands, West Midlands and Wales. Becoming a foster carer is a challenge like no other, but with our support, guidance and training you could make a real difference to a child's life.
The rewards are substantial including:
- A weekly fee of £402 per child
- 24 hour support, 7 days a week
- Excellent on-going training
- working as part of a small, professional team

If you have a positive attitude, enjoy a challenge and have a spare bedroom then please click the apply button.


*Fostering People was rated Outstanding in a recent Ofsted inspection. The full report is available on our website.

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Joiner/Roofer

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Recruiter
Places for People
Salary
From £23,817 to £23,817 per year
Location
Leeds
Job term
Permanent
Job hours
Full time

Places for People have an exciting opportunity for a Joiner/Roofer to join their team based in Leeds , West Yorkshire. Offering a salary of £23,817 per annum plus benefits.

Places for People Homes is our property and neighbourhood management arm which is responsible for the majority of our homes across England and Wales.

As our Joiner/Roofer you will provide a high quality and efficient service in joinery / roofing. You will be responsible for ensuring all works are carried out on time and within the Group's policies and procedures, with regard to Health & Safety, housing management and maintenance.

A current driving licence or access to a means of mobility support is essential.

Who we're looking for as our Joiner/Roofer

Do you consider yourself a positive, energetic person?

Here at Places for People we are looking for someone who is as spirited as we are about delivering great customer service. It is our passionate approach that has made us one of the largest and most innovative property management companies in the UK.

Key Skills needed to become our Joiner/Roofer:

- It is a pre-requisite that the successful candidate is NVQ Level 3 (or equivalent) qualified in Joinery and be an experienced roofer.

- The successful candidate must have a competent level of Roofing skills, ideally with an NVQ or equivalent, however if not you must be willing to study for an NVQ Level 2 in Roofing.

- Ideally you will have domestic property maintenance experience and a competent level of computer literacy, as all job appointments are delivered by electronic media.

- Experience working alone or as part of a team with minimal supervision would be advantageous.

If you feel you have the skills and experience needed to join our team as a Joiner/Roofer please click apply now.

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Direct Sales Advisor - Energy Surveyors - Door to Door

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Recruiter
199 RECRUITMENT LTD
Salary
From £1 to £16,000 per year + Plus commission
Location
Bradford
Job term
Permanent
Job hours
Full time

Direct Sales Advisor - Energy Surveyors - Door to Door

C12 Sales is a new and expanding company at the forefront of the carbon saving schemes and initiatives currently available to all home owners across the U.K.

- Do you want to sell an immensely popular product that is fully funded (free)?
- Do you want clear career progression into sales management?
- Are you looking for a job with massive earning potential? 
- Do you want to go into one of the most exciting and fast moving industries today?
- Are you an excellent communicator with great sales and customer service skills?
- Are you passionate about sales?

They are looking for professional door to door salespeople who want to be part of the exciting and fast moving ECO carbon reduction schemes. With the Green Deal just around the corner and ECO funding now readily available, they are looking for sales professionals who want to be part of the energy saving revolution.   

They will provide you with a direct training programme towards becoming a fully trained insulation surveyor. This will enable you to both find and survey new insulation customers and will greatly increase your earning potential.  Using the new ECO funding, you will be able to offer free insulation products (loft and cavity wall insulation) to these customers.   

You will be part of a team of like-minded sales people who are hungry to earn and progress their careers.

The work is predominantly door to door sales based and the commissions paid are very high. With a basic of £16k and a very realistic OTE of £41K in the first year.   Most surveyors earn between £35K to £60K.      

They will provide:

- High rates of commission for every customer you find
- A generous basic
- 28 days paid holiday a year
- Training programme to become a Domestic Insulation Surveyor
- The opportunity to progress to becoming a Green Deal Adviser and work within the Green Deal
- Fun working environment
- Cash incentives
- Career progression into sales management

If you have the ability to sell, the motivation and the desire to earn more than you have earned all year, please press ‘Apply Now’.

 

 

 

 

 

Key Words: Door to Door, Sales Advisor, Sales Consultant, Energy Surveyor

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Senior Nursery Practitioner

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Recruiter
Little Acorns Group Ltd
Salary
Competitive
Location
Liversedge and Gomersal
Job term
Permanent
Job hours
Full time

Roles & Responsibilities
Position Overview

• Managing, leading and role modelling to the team to ensure a high standard of all areas of learning & developmental care, in line with Statutory framework (Early Years Foundation Stage) for all children in the nursery.
• To give support to other practitioners throughout the nursery
• To work as part of a team in order to provide an enabling environment in which all individual children can access continuous provision, play, learn and develop
• To lead and develop your team to maintain and develop high standards of quality practices.

Qualifications and Educational Requirements

Be appropriately qualified i.e. Diploma in Nursery Nursing, NNEB or NVQ Level 3, Scotland – HNC or SVQ Level 3 as a minimum requirement.

Main Duties & Responsibilities

• To comply with all LAG policies and procedures.

• To promote the aims and objectives of the nursery in accordance with the setting’s SEF.

• To ensure that the programme of activities are meeting the individual needs and interests of children in your area in conjunction with other team members.
• Fulfill the observation, planning & assessment cycle which includes:-
• To keep up to date records of your key children’s development and learning journeys and share this with parents, carers and other key adults in the child’s life.


• To monitor the standards of the learning and development requirements and setting learning goals ensuring each key person’s learning and care is tailored to meet individual needs.

• To give children the choice and the freedom to spend their leisure time their own way.

• To listen to children about any concerns or worries they may have, acting as an advocate or mediator when appropriate.

• To work in partnership with the parents, other family members, carers and their children by respecting and understanding their individual needs, and maintaining courtesy and confidentiality at all times.

• To offer equality of opportunity for all.

• To liaise with other professional bodies such as Ofsted, when needed.

• Be aware of and work appropriately in relation to confidential and sensitive information, as well as ensuring that your colleagues are doing the same.

• To encourage fair and caring behaviour, among the children and staff.

• To give support to other practitioners throughout the nursery.

• To ensure that all staff members develop and maintain strong partnerships and communications with parents/carers to facilitate day-to-day caring and early learning needs.

• To ensure that children are being well supervised at all times.

• Ensure and maintain a safe, secure and friend environment for the children in accordance with the current EYFS, Ofsted, H&S and Food Hygiene regulations and guidelines.

• To ensure that all children are being stimulated and that appropriate play activities are being delivered in respect of their age and ability. Consideration must be given to the individual needs of the child with regards to their race, religion, social, gender, and culture differences.

• To be aware and alert to situations of child neglect and possible abuse and act in accordance with the Child Protection and safeguarding guidelines.
• To be a positive role model for the children and staff.

• To oversee that meal times are a time of pleasant social sharing, in particular, supervising the children at meal times, assisting them if needed and promoting / providing healthy choices for the children to consume and drink. The children’s food needs to be prepared and consumed in hygienic surroundings. Always remembering meal/snack times are social times and engaging with the child throughout this time is essential.


• To assist in and oversee the washing and toileting needs of the children and to teach the children to learn personal hygiene, maintaining the cleanliness of the children at all times and ensuring that all practitioners are competent.
• To form strong attachments and nurturing relationships with the children in your care.

• Complete regular checks to ensure that the nursery’s property is kept clean and tidy and that children are encouraged to respect their surroundings. Using the company documentation at all times.

• To ensure that materials and equipment are in stock to create play spaces.

• To develop your role as senior practitioner within the team, lead by example and establish good working relationships throughout your room and nursery.

• Ensure that regular checks are completed on resources and equipment which include the cleaning, maintenance and occasionally disposal of.

• To be flexible within working practices of the nursery. Be prepared to help where needed, including to undertake certain domestic jobs within the nursery.

• To be enthusiastic, cheerful and have a sense of humour at all times.

• To ensure that handbooks are completed and maintained and handed in at the end of each day.
Other Job Functions

• Read, understand and adhere to all policies and procedures relevant to your role as deemed appropriate by the Manager.

• Ensure that the nursery is run in accordance to Little Acorns Group policies and procedures.
• Work alongside the Manager and staff team to ensure that the nursery’s philosophy is fulfilled.

• Support all staff and engage in a good staff team.

• To be involved in planning and attending out of working hours activities, e.g. training, monthly staff meetings, parent evening, fundraising events etc.

• To ensure that you are committed to actively maintaining and sharing knowledge and being up to date with changes to legislation and company policies through training and other methods (CPD).

• To identify staff requirements and arrange appropriate training.

• To ensure that all staff members adhere to risk assessments.

• To record any accidents in the accident book, and report this to the manager, child’s parents / guardians and MOD (if applicable) at the manager’s discretion.

• To administer first aid and medication in absence of Senior Practitioner (at the manager’s discretion).

• To be aware of Health & Safety and to take responsibility for your own safety and the safety of others who may be affected by your acts or omissions at work.

• To ensure that all members of staff respect and value all colleagues, children and parents, encouraging a positive and diverse working environment in line with our Equal Opportunities Policy.

• Look upon the nursery, as a “whole” where can your help be most utilised, be constantly aware of the individual needs of all children.

• To carry out office administration work when necessary.

• To oversee the nursery in the absence of the Nursery Manager and Deputy Nursery Manager.

• To carry out any additional duties which may be asked of you by The Little Acorns Group, including working at alternative sites from time to time.
Preferred Skills

• Safeguarding training

• Specialist skills (i.e.SEN, Events Coordinator)
• First Aid

• Previous experience in supervisory role
• Ability to communicate well with adults, children and external agencies

• To lead by example

• Knowledge of First Steps Software or other nursery software packages

• Computer literate


• To be able to demonstrate the ability to work as part of a team

• Good presentation skills

• Demonstrate creative ability

• Food Hygiene


Special Requirements

• Before confirming your appointment / employment, you will be required to obtain either the relevant DBS or PVG enhanced disclosure, this must be cleared.

• (If applicable) you must either be registered with the Scottish Social Services Council (SSSC) prior to appointment or register within 6 months of the date of your appointment and maintain registration throughout the period employment.

• A minimum of two references must be obtained and checked; one must be your previous employer.

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Reference
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Nursery Practitioner

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Recruiter
Little Acorns Group Ltd
Salary
Competitive
Location
Mirfield
Job term
Permanent
Job hours
Full time

Roles & Responsibilities
Position Overview

• To provide a high standard of all areas of learning & developmental care for all children in the nursery
• To give support to other team members throughout the nursery
• To work as part of a team in order to provide an enabling environment in which all individual children can access continuous provision, play, learn and develop.

Qualifications and Educational Requirements

Be appropriately qualified in a relevant childcare qualification i.e. Diploma in Nursery Nursing, NNEB or NVQ Level 2 or 3, Scotland – HNC or SVQ Level 2 or 3 as a minimum requirement.
Main Duties & Responsibilities
• To comply with all LAG policies and procedures

• To operate a programme of activities that meet the individual needs and interests of children in your area in conjunction with other team members

• To give children the choice and the freedom to spend their leisure time their own way.

• To listen to children about any concerns or worries they may have, acting as an advocate or mediator when appropriate.

• Fulfill the observation, planning & assessment cycle which includes:-
To keep up to date records of your key children’s development and learning journeys and share this with parents, carers and other key adults in the child’s life.
• To work in partnership with the parents, other family members, carers and their children by respecting and understanding their individual needs, and maintaining courtesy and confidentiality at all times.

• To form strong attachments and nurturing relationships with the children in your care.

• To be aware and alert to situations of child neglect and possible abuse and act in accordance with the Child Protection and safeguarding guidelines.

• To offer equality of opportunity for all.

• To liaise with other professional bodies such as Ofsted, when needed.

• Be aware of and work appropriately in relation to confidential and sensitive information.

• To encourage fair and caring behaviour, among the children and staff.

• To develop and maintain strong partnerships and communications with parents/carers to facilitate day-to-day caring and early learning needs.

• To ensure that children are being well supervised at all times.

• Ensure and maintain a safe, secure and friend environment for the children in accordance with the current EYFS, Ofsted, H&S and Food Hygiene regulations and guidelines.

• To ensure that the children are being stimulated and that appropriate play activities are being delivered in respect of their age and ability. Consideration must be given to the individual needs of the child with regards to their race, religion, social, gender, and culture differences.

• To be a positive role model for the children.

• To ensure that meal times are a time of pleasant social sharing, in particular, supervising the children at meal times, assisting them if needed and promoting / providing healthy choices for the children to consume and drink. The children’s food needs to be prepared and consumed in hygienic surroundings. Always remembering meal/snack times are social times and engaging with the child throughout this time is essential.

• To assist in washing and toileting of children and to teach children to learn personal hygiene.

• Ensure that the nursery’s property is kept clean and tidy and that children are encouraged to respect their surroundings.
• To provide materials, equipment to create play spaces in a responsible and safe way.

• To develop your role within the team and establish and maintain good working relationships.

• To develop your role within the team especially with regard as a key person.

• Ensure regular checks on resources and equipment which include their cleaning, maintenance and occasionally disposal.

• To be flexible within working practices of the nursery. Be prepared to help where needed, including to undertake certain domestic jobs within the nursery.

• To be enthusiastic, cheerful and have a sense of humour at all times.

• To ensure handbooks are completed.
Other Job Functions

• Support all staff and engage in a good staff team

• To be involved in out of working hours activities, e.g. training, monthly staff meetings, parent evening, fundraising events, etc, when necessary.

• Read, understand and adhere to all policies and procedures relevant to your role as deemed appropriate by the Manager

• To ensure that you are committed to actively maintaining and sharing knowledge and being up to date with changes to legislation and company policies through training and other methods (CPD).

• To ensure adherence to risk assessments.

• Work alongside the Manager and staff team to ensure that the nursery’s philosophy is fulfilled.

• To record any accidents in the accident book, and report this to the manager, child’s parents / guardians and MOD (if applicable) at the manager’s discretion.

• To be aware of Health & safety and to take responsibility for your own safety and the safety
of others who may be affected by your acts or omissions at work.

• To respect and value all colleagues, children and parents, encouraging a positive and diverse working environment in line with our Equal Opportunities Policy.
• To administer first aid and medication in absence of Senior Practitioner (at the manager’s discretion).

• Look upon the nursery, as a “whole” where can your help be most utilised, be constantly aware of the individual needs of all children

• To carry out any additional duties which may be asked of you by The Little Acorns Group, including working at alternative sites from time to time.

Preferred Skills

• Ability to communicate well with adults and children

• To be able to demonstrate the ability to work as part of a team

• Ability to be confidential is of the utmost importance

• Good presentation skills

• Computer literate

• Good organisational skills

• Demonstrate creative ability

• Specialist skills (i.e.SEN)

• Safeguarding training

• First Aid

• Food Hygiene


Special Requirements
• Before confirming your appointment / employment, you will be required to obtain either the relevant DBS or PVG enhanced disclosure, this must be cleared.

• (If applicable) you must either be registered with the Scottish Social Services Council (SSSC) prior to appointment or register within 6 months of the date of your appointment and maintain registration throughout the period employment.

• A minimum of two references must be obtained and checked; one must be your previous employer.

Contact
Kayleigh Quarrie
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Reference
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