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Camp Director / Assistant Camp Director

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Camp Beaumont Day Camps
Salary
From £325 to £500 per week
Location
London, Surrey
Job term
Temporary
Job hours
Full time

Camp Director / Assistant Camp Director

Salary £325-£500 per week
Location London and the Home Counties
Job term Temporary Contract
Dates Summer only for new candidates
Job hours Full time

Requirements
• 20+
• Have a passion to work with children
• An excellent work ethic, great initiative and man management skills
• Relevant management experience, activity camp knowledge, leadership flair, co-ordination and planning ability are essential
• Childcare qualification and / or First aid qualification, knowledge of Ofsted, Childrens Act and EYFS (highly desirable, not essential)
• An ability to communicate at various levels - children, parents and staff.
• Computer Literate
• Applicants must be UK/EU citizens or have a valid UK work permit

Camp Directors are employed to take overall responsibility for the running of a summer camp and work closely with the Assistant Camp Director (s). You will be someone that everyone at camp looks to for motivation, support, and direction, therefore you must show knowledge and experience in the product, programming, customer care, diplomacy, financial care and health and safety. Full training and support is provided

During camp, the Management Team will be responsible for, but not limited to the following.

Programming
Customer Services
Health & safety
Transport

Day Camps are located at superb venues in Ascot, Sutton, Esher, Mill Hill, Northwood, Wimbledon, Woodford, Reigate, Tunbridge Wells, Richmond and Blackheath.

Please visit our Website for more information about the recruitment process and to apply online

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Claire Gillman
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Infantry Roles

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Recruiter
Army
Salary
Competitive + Extensive Benefits
Location
England
Job term
Permanent
Job hours
Full time

Location – Nationwide

Job Type – Permanent, full & part time

The recent floods in the UK showed a different side to the role of an infantry soldier. We train and prepare you not just for combat, but to face all kinds of situations and challenges. Life in the army is about testing yourself, proving yourself and improving yourself, day after day – alongside mates who will be friends forever.

Join the Army:If you like to be right at the heart of the action, few other jobs can compete. And once your time with us is over, you’ll be prepared and ready to take on a huge range of civilian careers.

Join the Reserves: You receive the same training and gain the same skills and qualifications as a full time soldier – and you earn the same salary and benefits too (on a pro rata basis).

Roles include:

* Infantry Soldier: You get involved in everything from peacekeeping and disaster relief to full-scale combat, with the support of some of the very best soldiers in the world.

* Guardsman: As part of the Army’s front-line force, you get involved in everything from peacekeeping and disaster relief to combat. You also perform in high-profile public events, and guard some of Britain’s most important people.

* Paratrooper: You’re part of a elite, mobile combat force. Helicopters and other aircraft get you close to the action. The it’s time to put your training to the test.

Qualifications to gain include:

* Driving Licences
* ILM Team Leading Award
* Public Services Apprenticeships in Security, Communications, Engineering, Carry and Deliver Goods, or Storage and Warehousing
* BTEC Level 2 certificate – ‘Relief Operations Skills’
* NVQ Level 2 Public Service

Qualifications required:

No formal qualifications required

Benefits:

* Starting salary at £17,945
* 6 weeks’ paid leave plus bank holiday
* Good pension
* Free healthcare
* Free gym facilities and chances to take part in regular organised sport
* Subsidised accommodation
* Variety
* Excitement and travel
* Career progression opportunities



We look at your skills, interests and goals then advise the best career path. Whichever role you choose there will be the opportunity for travel, adventure and teamwork. Register on our website and start your application now.

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Capita jobs
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ARMY INF1/INF2

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Logistics Roles

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Recruiter
Army
Salary
From £17,945 to £17,945 per year + Extensive Benefits
Location
England
Job term
Permanent
Job hours
Full time

UK Wide Opportunities Available

Job Type – Permanent, Full & Part time.



Interested in a logistics career? There’s no better place to start than the Army.



We train up logistics specialists to get our essential equipment whereever it’s needed – be that here in the UK, at bases worldwide or on the battlefield. And, we offer you a real choice of different roles and paths to follow.



Join the Army: Whichever role you choose, you’ll get world-class training and skills that will set you up for life – whilst serving your country will offer more excitement and challenges than you’ll find in civilian logisitics roles.



Join the Reserves: You receive the same training and gain the same skills and qualifications as a full time soldier – and you earn the same salary and benefits too (on a pro rata basis).



Roles include:



* Logistic supply specialist: You’re in charge of stocks in Army stores around the world – everything from food to ammunition.



* Logistic movement coordinator: You direct and control transporter vehicles at ports, airfields and railway terminals, and make sure troops, vehicles and supplies move around safely.



* Fuel specialist: You get essential supplies of fuel and lubricants to the Army’s vehicles and aircraft, wherever they are. You also set up storage tanks and pipelines.



* Port operator: You load and unload ships using heavy-duty vehicles and mechanical equipment, including large cranes and container handlers.



* Ammunition technician: You’re a specialist in explosives, bomb disposal and ammunition. The Army’s top-notch training helps you do your job safely.



Qualifications to gain include:

* Foundation Modern Apprenticeship (FMA)
* LGV (Category C) driving licence
* NVQ Level 2 in IT
* NVQ Level 2 in Distribution and Warehousing Operations



Qualifications required: Many Army logistics roles do not require any previous qualifications. For some we do ask for GCSEs at C grade or above.



Benefits:

* Starting salary at £17,945
* Subsidised accommodation
* 6 weeks’ paid leave plus bank holiday
* Good pension
* Free healthcare
* Free gym

Next steps

We look at your skills, interests and goals then advise the best career path. Whichever role you choose there will be the opportunity for travel, adventure and teamwork. Register on our website and start your application now.

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Army Recruiting
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Logistics Roles

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Recruiter
Army
Salary
From £17,945 to £17,945 per year + Extensive Benefits
Location
Manchester
Job term
Permanent
Job hours
Full time

Join the Army: Whichever role you choose, you’ll get world-class training and skills that will set you up for life – whilst serving your country will offer more excitement and challenges than you’ll find in civilian logisitics roles.

Join the Reserves: You receive the same training and gain the same skills and qualifications as a full time soldier – and you earn the same salary and benefits too (on a pro rata basis).



Roles include:

•Logistic supply specialist: You’re in charge of stocks in Army stores around the world – everything from food to ammunition.

•Logistic movement coordinator: You direct and control transporter vehicles at ports, airfields and railway terminals, and make sure troops, vehicles and supplies move around safely.

•Fuel specialist: You get essential supplies of fuel and lubricants to the Army’s vehicles and aircraft, wherever they are. You also set up storage tanks and pipelines.

•Port operator: You load and unload ships using heavy-duty vehicles and mechanical equipment, including large cranes and container handlers.

•Ammunition technician: You’re a specialist in explosives, bomb disposal and ammunition. The Army’s top-notch training helps you do your job safely.

Qualifications to gain include:
•Foundation Modern Apprenticeship (FMA)
•LGV (Category C) driving licence
•NVQ Level 2 in IT
•NVQ Level 2 in Distribution and Warehousing Operations



Qualifications required: Many Army logistics roles do not require any previous qualifications. For some we do ask for GCSEs at C grade or above.



Benefits:
•Starting salary at £17,945
•Subsidised accommodation
•6 weeks’ paid leave plus bank holiday
•Good pension
•Free healthcare
•Free gym

Next steps

We look at your skills, interests and goals then advise the best career path. Whichever role you choose there will be the opportunity for travel, adventure and teamwork. Register on our website and start your application now.

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Army Recruiting
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ARMY RLC1/RLC2

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British Army - HR Specialists / Administrators

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Recruiter
Army
Salary
From £17,945 to £17,945 per year + Extensive Benefits
Location
Manchester
Job term
Permanent
Job hours
Full time

Every unit in the Army needs top-class administrators. So by joining us you could be posted all over the world, or could work on multi-million pound project teams at home. Supporting soldiers in combat zones or in the UK is a unique opportunity to develop and prove yourself.

Join the Army: As an HR Specialist, you’ll get world-class training and skills that will prove invaluable to your future civilian career. At the same time, serving your country will offer more excitement and challenges than you’ll find in civilian roles.

Join the Reserves: You might already be an HR professional or you might be interested in specialising in HR for the first time. Whatever your circumstances, you’ll receive the same training and gain the same skills and qualifications as a full time soldier – you’ll earn the same salary and benefits too (on a pro rata basis).

Qualifications to gain include:
•Introductory Award in Administrative Management (Key Skills Level 2 qualification)
•Institute of Administrative Management accreditation throughout your career
•Certificate in Administrative Management (QCF Level 3)
•Cat B Driving Licence
•Human Resource Management (including Chartered Institute of Personal Development)
•Information Technology Qualification (ITQ) Apprenticeship QCF Level 2
•Accountancy qualifications including Chartered Institute of Management Accountants

Qualifications required:
•Minimum GCSE grade D in English Language and Maths.
•Vocational qualifications such as an NVQ in Business Administration will also be considered.

Benefits:
•Starting salary of £17,945
•6 weeks’ paid leave plus bank holiday
•Good pension
•Free healthcare
•Free gym facilities and chances to take part in regular organised sport
•Subsidised accommodation
•Variety
•Excitement and travel
•Career progression opportunities

Next Steps: We look at your skills, interests and goals then advise the best career path. Whichever role you choose there will be the opportunity for travel, adventure and teamwork. Register on our website and start your application now.

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Army Recruiting
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ARMY AG1/AG2

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Logistics Coordinator / Transport Manager

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Recruiter
Army
Salary
From £17,945 to £17,945 per year + Extensive Benefits
Location
United Kingdom
Job term
Permanent
Job hours
Full time

UK Wide Opportunities Available

Job Type – Permanent, Full & Part time.



Interested in a logistics career? There’s no better place to start than the Army.



We train up logistics specialists to get our essential equipment whereever it’s needed – be that here in the UK, at bases worldwide or on the battlefield. And, we offer you a real choice of different roles and paths to follow.



Join the Army: Whichever role you choose, you’ll get world-class training and skills that will set you up for life – whilst serving your country will offer more excitement and challenges than you’ll find in civilian logisitics roles.



Join the Reserves: You receive the same training and gain the same skills and qualifications as a full time soldier – and you earn the same salary and benefits too (on a pro rata basis).



Roles include:



* Logistic supply specialist: You’re in charge of stocks in Army stores around the world – everything from food to ammunition.



* Logistic movement coordinator: You direct and control transporter vehicles at ports, airfields and railway terminals, and make sure troops, vehicles and supplies move around safely.



* Fuel specialist: You get essential supplies of fuel and lubricants to the Army’s vehicles and aircraft, wherever they are. You also set up storage tanks and pipelines.



* Port operator: You load and unload ships using heavy-duty vehicles and mechanical equipment, including large cranes and container handlers.



* Ammunition technician: You’re a specialist in explosives, bomb disposal and ammunition. The Army’s top-notch training helps you do your job safely.



Qualifications to gain include:

* Foundation Modern Apprenticeship (FMA)
* LGV (Category C) driving licence
* NVQ Level 2 in IT
* NVQ Level 2 in Distribution and Warehousing Operations



Qualifications required: Many Army logistics roles do not require any previous qualifications. For some we do ask for GCSEs at C grade or above.



Benefits:

* Starting salary at £17,945
* Subsidised accommodation
* 6 weeks’ paid leave plus bank holiday
* Good pension
* Free healthcare
* Free gym

Next steps

We look at your skills, interests and goals then advise the best career path. Whichever role you choose there will be the opportunity for travel, adventure and teamwork. Register on our website and start your application now.

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Army Recruiting
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1991243

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Infantry Roles / Soldier / Guardsman

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Recruiter
Army
Salary
Competitive + Extensive Benefits
Location
United Kingdom
Job term
Permanent
Job hours
Full time

Location – Nationwide

Job Type – Permanent, full & part time

The recent floods in the UK showed a different side to the role of an infantry soldier. We train and prepare you not just for combat, but to face all kinds of situations and challenges. Life in the army is about testing yourself, proving yourself and improving yourself, day after day – alongside mates who will be friends forever.

Join the Army:If you like to be right at the heart of the action, few other jobs can compete. And once your time with us is over, you’ll be prepared and ready to take on a huge range of civilian careers.

Join the Reserves: You receive the same training and gain the same skills and qualifications as a full time soldier – and you earn the same salary and benefits too (on a pro rata basis).

Roles include:

* Infantry Soldier: You get involved in everything from peacekeeping and disaster relief to full-scale combat, with the support of some of the very best soldiers in the world.

* Guardsman: As part of the Army’s front-line force, you get involved in everything from peacekeeping and disaster relief to combat. You also perform in high-profile public events, and guard some of Britain’s most important people.

* Paratrooper: You’re part of a elite, mobile combat force. Helicopters and other aircraft get you close to the action. The it’s time to put your training to the test.

Qualifications to gain include:

* Driving Licences
* ILM Team Leading Award
* Public Services Apprenticeships in Security, Communications, Engineering, Carry and Deliver Goods, or Storage and Warehousing
* BTEC Level 2 certificate – ‘Relief Operations Skills’
* NVQ Level 2 Public Service

Qualifications required:

No formal qualifications required

Benefits:

* Starting salary at £17,945
* 6 weeks’ paid leave plus bank holiday
* Good pension
* Free healthcare
* Free gym facilities and chances to take part in regular organised sport
* Subsidised accommodation
* Variety
* Excitement and travel
* Career progression opportunities



We look at your skills, interests and goals then advise the best career path. Whichever role you choose there will be the opportunity for travel, adventure and teamwork. Register on our website and start your application now.

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1991245

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