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Office Person

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ACS Wade Ltd
Salary
Competitive
Location
Rhyl
Job term
Permanent
Job hours
Full time

Office Person required.

Duties to include:
Typing, invoicing, wages;
VAT and general office duties;
Must be computer literate and possess good verbal and written communication skills;
Welsh speaker would be an advantage;
Sense of humour essential.

Phone for application form.

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ACS Wade Ltd
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Examinations Officer

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The Grange School
Salary
Up to £20,000 per year
Location
Northwich West
Job term
Permanent
Job hours
Full time

Applications are invited for an Examinations Officer at this highly successful, forward-looking independent day school. You will be responsible for the administration, organisation and smooth running of all public examinations (GCSE and A Level), internal examinations and baseline assessments. You will act as the main point of contact for all examinations, liaising with Heads of Department, teaching and support staff, examination bodies, parents and pupils. The Examinations Officer is responsible for drawing up examination timetables, arranging invigilation, managing and training a team of external invigilators and general centre planning through busy examination periods and will be a strong team player with outstanding organisational skills. You must be a robust, self-determined individual, comfortable with the considerable responsibility that accompanies this role and an excellent communicator with adults and pupils alike, comfortable in both verbal and written contexts.

We can offer:
 Highly motivated and enthusiastic students
 Friendly and supportive collegiate atmosphere
 Superb facilities and resources
 Salary commensurate with responsibility and experience

This is a term-time only post with five days attendance required in August during the A-level and GCSE results service. Written details of the post and an application form can be downloaded from The Grange School website under Vacancies or through contact with
Mrs Sally Shakeshaft on [contact details removed] .

Please do not send a CV or other information beyond that requested, since it will not be considered

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Sally Shakeshaft
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Exams

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Development Officer

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Rullion Resource - Liverpool
Salary
+ Paid Weekley
Location
Liverpool
Job term
Temporary
Job hours
Full time

Role: Development Officer
Salary: £30,848.38

A leading housing group is looking for a Development Officer to assist the Assets and Development Team in the project identification and procurement of the ongoing development programme. To project manage individual development and regeneration initiatives, providing effective project management across a portfolio of projects. To assist the Assets and Development Manager to plan, review and revise long-term development policies.

Specific Responsibilities & Accountabilities
1. To assist in the preparation of their programme and strategy and formulate bids for provision of additional homes, whether by development, purchase or other means.
2. Maintain an awareness of local housing and community needs and development opportunities.
3. Work with colleagues at JV North to deliver the Affordable Homes Programme
4. To deliver a variety of regeneration & development initiatives.
5. To seek sites and buildings for acquisition, development or leasing and carry out an initial outline feasibility study.
6. To maintain and develop existing links with local authority and county council partners.
7. To negotiate purchases, liaising with solicitors, local authorities and other agencies as appropriate.
8. To maintain a thorough knowledge of Homes and Community Agency development and scheme work requirements.

If you feel that you match these requirements please email your CV or call [contact details removed] and ask for Amanda or Donnie.

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Donnie Mathers
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DEVELOPMENT OFFICER

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Groundwork Lancashire West & Wigan
Salary
From £16,867 to £20,049 per year
Location
Wigan
Job term
Permanent
Job hours
Full time

GROUNDWORK LANCASHIRE WEST & WIGAN
PERSONAL JOB DETAILS and DESCRIPTION
April 2014


Job Title: Development Officer – Horticulture

Salary: £16,867 - £20,049 pa (Scale 4/5)

Other Benefits: Car mileage Allowance, personal pension scheme

Location: St. Helens/Wigan/Blackpool/West Lancashire (other trust locations as required)


Primary Purpose of Job:

To provide technical support and practical guidance on the implementation of social action activities across prominent green infrastructure sites and local neighbourhoods with in the specified area. To work with and for local communities, to support and motivate them to take positive actions to improve their local environment. To develop and build effective relationships with key partners, community organisations and local people across target areas, with the purpose of identifying, developing and delivering environmental land, community and social regeneration projects. To mentor, coach and have responsibility for the delivery of practical horticulture sessions for individuals and groups at local community allotments and other identified sites. To provide leadership and guidance whilst delivering horticultural sessions to a wide range of beneficiaries. Provide structured opportunities for local people to achieve horticultural related qualifications.

Responsible to:

Programme Manager

Key Tasks
• Work with key partners and community organisations to engage the local community with the project.
• Develop positive relationships with people and organisations to enable effective and efficient project delivery.
• To recruit and support volunteers in the delivery of activities.
• To design and deliver sessions which include all the required elements as set by organisational quality standards and are in line with stakeholder and funder requirements.
• To set session objectives to meet both team and individual needs and deliver the expected development outcomes, keeping appropriate records in the process.
• To facilitate beneficiaries through relevant technical skills qualifications, ensuring the appropriate opportunities are planned to demonstrate competence and collect and organise evidence as required.
• To hold regular meetings with programme beneficiaries on a group or individual basis to evaluate, review and assess progress.
• Use the Trust’s projects management system to support delivery of activities on time and to budget.
• To attend relevant local meetings to promote the programme further in targeted areas.
• To submit regular reports on the programme to the project lead and make a significant input to Groundwork staff team discussions, planning, review and evaluation.
• Ensure health and safety management, risk assessment monitoring and review is undertaken and effective on all aspects of the project under your control.
• Take responsibility for aspects of the project and its financial management under your control.
• To work flexible hours which may include evenings and weekends as and when required dependant on the needs of the department.
• Raise the profile of Groundwork Lancashire West & Wigan within the area and ensure where possible that projects are adequately publicised and promoted.


Knowledge and Experience

The post holder will have experience of working with and for local communities and an ability to communicate and motivate local people and community groups into taking positive action to improve their local environment. Experience of effective partnership working and the ability to manage a number of differing and complex projects would also be advantageous.

Investors in People

Groundwork Lancashire West & Wigan will commit to being an Investor in People (IIP) and the post holder will be expected to support the ongoing development of IIP.


Health & Safety

All staff and volunteers will have responsibility in ensuring that their working environment is healthy and safe and that staff and volunteers for whom they are responsible are not placed at risk. All staff will adhere to the current Health & Safety Policy.


Equal Opportunities
Groundwork Lancashire West & Wigan will strive to be an equal opportunities employer and operate an Equal Opportunities policy.










Person Specification –Development Officer (Horticulture): Groundwork is seeking a self motivated, dynamic individual to support its activities within the specified area, a key area of development for the Trust. The post holder will have significant relevant Horticultural knowledge and experience. They will be well organised, assertive, positive and calm under pressure. They will be able to lead from the front, relish a challenge with an eye for opportunity to expand the projects boundaries. Life experience will play an important role within this post, as will the ability to solve problems and empower people.

Essential Desirable
Education / Qualifications 1. Horticulture qualification or the experience/ability to achieve at least a Level 2
2. C&G Practical Horticulture (7573) qualification of equivalent/or prepared to work towards 1. Community development qualification
2. First Aid qualification
3. Relevant Health and Safety qualification
4. Degree or equivalent in relevant discipline
Experience
1. Experience & excellent knowledge of horticulture and implementation of landscape projects
2. Proven track record of working with community groups and disengaged/vulnerable individuals.
3. Experience of partnership working
4. Experience of planning and delivering community based projects.
5. Experience of planning and delivering training.
6. Experience of project management including performance, financial, risk management and health and safety reporting.
7. Experience in recruiting and supporting volunteers 1. Line management experience
Skills & Attitude
1. Ability to channel own enthusiasm for environmental and local community issues to engage others to take positive local actions.
2. A skilled motivator with patience and tact in abundance.
3. Self-motivated with the ability and willingness to work on own and as part of a multi-disciplined team demonstrating a flexible approach.
4. Ability to develop effective working partnerships with a wide range of stakeholders
5. Excellent written and verbal communication skills, including report writing and presentations 1. Computer literate and experience with Microsoft Office packages
Knowledge 1. Knowledge of horticulture, gardening and food growing projects.
2. Knowledge of the local area (where specified)
3. Knowledge of issues affecting disengaged and vulnerable individuals
Other 1. Prepared to undertake out of hours work including evenings and weekends as needed
2. An appreciation and commitment to Health & Safety issues in the workplace
3. A commitment to Equal Opportunities in all work practices
4. Attendance at departmental/trust meetings as and when required.
5. Full driving licence (Max. 3 points) 1. Have own vehicle available for work when necessary
2. Full driving licence obtained prior to Jan 1997 or PSV licence. (max of 3 points)
Values and Attributes 1. Commitment to the aims and objectives of Groundwork.

Note: This is a description of the job, as it is constituted at the date shown above. It is the Trust's practice to review, from time to time, employee’s job descriptions and to revise them to ensure that they relate to the job as it is being performed or to incorporate any changes being proposed. This process is conducted by each line manager in consultation with the employees reporting directly to him / her. You will have the opportunity and, indeed, are expected to participate ful

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Office Apprentice

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Alexander Hancock Ltd
Salary
Competitive
Location
Altrincham
Job term
Permanent
Job hours
Full time

We, at Alexander Hancock, are looking to take on an Office Apprentice to support our small, friendly team in what is a very fast paced environment

The ideal candidate must have a good polite telephone manner, and an enthusiastic approach to life plus a strong work ethic. You will be confident, outgoing and keen to succeed.No experience is necessary, as we will train you in all aspects of an office environment, but we would like someone who has good IT skills and you must be willing to learn

Recruitment is a wonderful environment to work in, particularly if you are looking for a role where no day is the same, and you enjoy working to deadlines.

This role is essential to the smooth and effective running of our business, every single member of the company works together to ensure we give the best possible service to our clients and candidates, you will be a crucial and valued part of our team

Your responsibilities:

Supporting our Office Manager in processing of CVs received from our website and various job sites, allocation of CVs to Consultants which must be done accurately
Dealing with calls from potential candidates to see which Consultant has received their details
Assisting Consultants in any administrative tasks
Booking candidates into the diary for registration interviews with Consultants
Filing of candidate details into archive system and retrieving as necessary, knowing your alphabet is essential as our system relies on accuracy of your filing
Inputting of jobs onto our website and job sites, again accuracy is essential to ensure we attract the correct calibre of candidate for our clients
Making tea and coffee and ensuring the kitchen area is kept clean and tidy
This is a small overview of your role, the more you want to do the more you can do, the development opportunities are there for the right candidate.
So if you enjoy meeting people, love talking on the telephone, have initiative , want to learn, have good time keeping and hard working attitude we would love to hear from you

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Experienced Office Administrator

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Kendley Ltd
Salary
Competitive
Location
Flintshire
Job term
Permanent
Job hours
Full time

Confident well organised individual who has Construction Industry experience will be required to support the Contracts/Estimating team.

Experience in Contract compliance and General Office Management, is computer literate in word and Excel, with an excellent telephone manor.

All of the above are full time permanent position, based in Talacre.

If you wish to be part of the team, please send your CV by Email.

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Simon
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Tenant Liaison Officer

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Fusion 21
Salary
Competitive
Location
Knowsley
Job term
Contract
Job hours
Full time

Employer Pool are acting as an employment business for the purpose of this vacancy

A key client is currently looking for a Tenant Liaison officer to join a busy team on a fixed term contract. The role will cover the Knowsley area working with the External Repairs and Painting division. The role will require someone who has experience in TLO/RLO/CLO work.

The role will include the following responsibilities:

* Liaising with tenants
* Co-ordinate work within properties
* Provide up to date information to tenants
* Assist in reporting
* Liaising with tradesman

This job is a minimum of 9 month contract.

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Ben McGovern
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VAC-TLO

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Development Officer – Project Management

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Websense Recruit
Salary
Competitive + Salary: £26,539 - £29,528 per annum
Location
St-Asaph
Job term
Permanent
Job hours
Full time

The Role:
Development Officer – Project Management

Based in St. Asaph

Salary and Benefits:
Salary: £26,539 - £29,528 per annum
Permanent Full time (37 hours per week)

The Client:
Our client is a leading Housing Association provider.

Duties and Responsibilities:
Our client has an exciting opportunity for an experienced Project Development Officer to work for the Development and Technical Team.

As Project Development Officer you will secure the effective and efficient delivery of housing, specifically affordable housing to promote the creation of sustainable, balanced and vibrant communities within North and Mid Wales.

You will need to establish and maintain effective partnership working at regional, sub regional and local levels with organisations such as the Welsh Government, Local Authorities third sector organisatons, landowners, developers, internal partners and other stakeholders.

Candidate Requirements:
For the role of Project Development Officer you will preferably have a relevant construction related qualification in addition to having good interpersonal skills. You will also need to able to work to achieve objectives with minimum supervision and also be able to work as part of a team.

Decisive, imaginative, full of initiative and a good team player you'll provide effective support to the Development Manager and Director delivering a range of projects on time and within budget.

A good understanding of the development processes from working in a busy development department is desirable; be well organised with excellent communication and project management skills and be able to demonstrate a thorough understanding of scheme feasibility and the ability to carry out scheme financial appraisals in partnership with our financial team.

This position is based in St. Asaph.

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Important: To apply please click on the "apply" button where you will need to fill in an application form.

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Websense Recruit Ltd
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Media Communications Officer

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Muir Housing Group
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From £25,494 to £25,494 per year
Location
Chester
Job term
Permanent
Job hours
Full time

Build our reputation for creating
Communities

Media Communications Officer
Salary: £25,494.00 per annum
Location: Chester

Muir Group Housing Association Ltd is a business like no other. We’re an organisation of like- minded people, working together to create communities where people want to live. We manage circa 5,000 homes over a wide geographical area and our residents include families, older people and those in need of special care and support. We’re in need of a creative, resourceful individual who can get our message across.

• Write press releases, statements and articles
• Identify and develop stories for the media
• Keep colleagues informed about subjects of media interest
• Maintain our media information library

This is a chance for you to manage your own press office. You’ll be writing material for both internal and external audiences, including our residents, and provide a copywriting service for every part of our business. And you’ll be able to take on responsibility for our on-going social media initiatives, monitoring user content and generating the kind of material that will bring our channels to life.

At the same time, you will get involved in every aspect of the communication teams work across the Association, including event management.

Holding a recognised qualification in journalism or public relations, you should be comfortable dealing with the news media in any context. As well as first-rate writing skills, you’ll have a commitment to total accuracy and the tact to deal with sensitive and confidential information. And with a solid background in communications work, you’ll have the confidence to find and tell the stories that our staff and customers want to hear.

Closing date: 9.00am Friday 2 May 2014
Interviews will be held: Wednesday 14 & Thursday 15 May 2014

If you want to make a positive difference, you can complete an online application by visiting our website via the 'Apply' button.

Making diversity part of our culture

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Tenancy Enforcement Officer

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Regenda
Salary
Competitive
Location
Bolton
Job term
Permanent
Job hours
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Tenancy Enforcement Officer
Horwich, Bolton with travel in the North West
35 hours per week, fixed term for 9 months
Salary circa £25,000 per annum

The Regenda Group is a progressive independent North West housing and regeneration organisation with a mixed tenure portfolio of 13,000 homes spread across the region. We strive to be much more than a Landlord to our customers. Through our innovative community projects, expertise in shared ownership and our track record in regeneration projects our mission is to “Make the North West a better place to live”.
Tenancy Enforcement Officer – Role Overview:

An exciting and challenging opportunity has arisen for a competent Tenancy Enforcement Officer to provide a centralised service and deal effectively with anti-social behaviour & complex tenancy management cases.

Delivering a face to face responsive service to customers across the group, you will be proactive in delivering and developing services to prevent problems occurring. Making full use of your excellent communication skills, you’ll be managing all cases types of cases of ASB including serious, complex and persistent cases which will require detailed investigations, witness-support and giving evidence in court.

Being proactive in providing advice and support to customers, you will effectively manage any complaints and support the neighbourhood with face to face meetings for complex tenancy issues. Success in this role will be achieved through developing strong and effective relationships with local authorities and other partner agencies.

We are looking for a positive and proactive individual with the drive to succeed and carry things through to a successful conclusion. With proven experience of working in a Social Housing environment, you will be able to demonstrate specialist knowledge of managing tenancies and ASB cases.

The busy nature of this role requires excellent organisation skills coupled with the ability to prioritise workload to meet targets and deadlines. Passionate about delivering excellent customer service, you will be able to work effectively within a shared service centre environment, and across teams. Please note that some evening and weekend work is a requirement of this post, as is the availability and use of a car. The post is subject to a DBS check.

How to Apply...

You will need to fill in an online application form to apply for this role. You can apply by visiting the Regenda website, and going through the jobs section.
Alternatively you can submit a CV via the apply button below, and then you will be sent via email the direct links to the application process, where you will need to fill in the online application form. Please note that your CV will not be seen directly by the hiring manager so you will need to complete the application form in full in order to be considered for this role. Good luck with your application!
Regenda is an equal opportunities employer and positively encourages applicants from minority groups and people with disabilities.

Closing date: Friday, 4 April 2014

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