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About the job... The successful applicant will be joining our hugely successful alloy wheel refurbishment team. We represent many top marques within the motor industry and our core function is to carry out alloy wheel repairs efficiently and to the highest of standards, the role includes preparation of wheels, Chemical stripping, a full diamond cutting process, powder coating/wet painting alloys, tyre removal and re-fitting, wheel balancing and maintaining the specialist equipment to ensure optimum efficiency. About the Agnew Group... Established in 1931 by The Agnew Family, the Agnew Group became part of the Sytner Group of companies in 2012, the UK’s largest motor retailer, which in turn is owned by the Penske Automotive Group, USA. We operate 15 dealerships in the areas of Belfast, Newtownabbey and Portadown, representing 9 manufacturer brands. We also operate Agnew AutoStore in Portadown, Agnew Leasing, NI TPS, Agnew Repair Centre, Agnew Trade Centre and Agnew Car Buyer. We employ over 900 staff, sell over 18,000 new and used vehicles annually, with an annual turnover over £450m. About you... To apply for this exceptional opportunity, click on the apply/resume button. Alternatively, please email your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org quoting the job reference above. N.B. Applicants must demonstrate on their application form how they meet each of the criteria in order to be short-listed for interview. All completed applications must be received by 12:00pm (midday) on Thursday 7th October 2021. Applications received after this deadline will not be accepted. As communication will be via email, please check your spam/junk folder The Agnew Group is an Equal Opportunities Employer
Cleaning Crew Members
GREAT PEOPLE – GREAT SERVICE-GREAT FUTURE Would you like to be part of a team that believe that people are our greatest asset? Do you want to be part of a team where can have fun, be yourself, and enjoy new experiences? Every event is different and full of exciting surprises with opportunities to learn and grow. Our family values speak for themselves. Mount Charles employee our family members to: Do the right thing Have fun & grow together Take pride in what you do If this sounds like you, and you want to come and work in an environment where people are key to our success, then keep reading: As a Cleaning Operative, you will play a vital role within the cleaning team. You will have experience in a similar role and will be responsible for the general upkeep of the unit, completing daily cleaning tasks and duties whilst on shift. You will be hard working, flexible, have a good eye for detail and have a passion for the role that you do. Key duties and responsibilities: Cleaning rooms/toilets/kitchens/bathrooms. Sweeping/Mopping/Vacuuming/Polishing Maintaining your area of work to the highest standard Cleaning interior surfaces, furnishings, fixtures and fittings Clean floors and floor coverings Maintain stocks of cleaning materials, order from suppliers where required and to control the usage of materials, ensuring the cleaning cupboard is kept tidy at all times. Report any problems on site to the Supervisor / Manager so they can be rectified immediately. Collection and removal of waste Essential Criteria: Ability to communicate at all levels and work on their own initiative. Flexible approach to work and training Experience in a similar role is essential. Must have access to own transport. Desirable Criteria: Current BICS Qualifications. Hours of work:There are a range of contracts available ranging from 2 hours per week up to 30+ hours per week. Site Locations: Various locations throughout Northern Ireland, including Belfast, Lisburn, Newtownabbey, Ballymena & Coleraine areas. Rate of pay: Ranging between £8.91 to £10.00 per hour Applicants should note that based on the response, the Company may increase shortlisting criteria. Only successful applicants will be notified. The Mount Charles Group is an equal opportunities employer and welcomes applications from all sections of the community.
Social Inclusion Officer
The Cedar Foundation is seeking to recruit the following staff members: Social Inclusion Officer REF: 21-147-SIO-TM-WEB At Cedar we believe that the people we support have the right to have their needs recognised and responded to in a respectful, positive, person centred and professional manner. The Mews is a Positive Behaviour Support Service (PBS) which consists of 12 single occupancy apartments located in West Belfast. The service provides a Person-Centred approach through supported living solutions to service users with Learning Disabilities, Autistic Spectrum Disorder and complex needs. The Service operates under the Positive Behaviour Support (PBS) Framework and provides 24hr care and support. The Social Inclusion Officer will be responsible for developing, facilitating and coordinating social and community networking opportunities for service users living in Positive Behaviour Support Service - The Mews. Hours: 30 Hours per Week Contract: Permanent Location: The Mews Supported Living, 143 Glen Road, Belfast, BT11 8FU Salary: Starting on £23,080 pro rata per annum Essential Criteria: RQF level 6 or equivalent professional qualification and one year’s relevant experience (outlined below) OR Minimum RQF level 5 and 2 years relevant experience as outlined below A minimum of 1 years post-qualifying experience working with adults who present with challenging behaviour, one year of which must be with adults who have a learning disability. Knowledge of relevant public bodies and community organisations that can support social and community engagement opportunities Effective communication and use of IT skills Hold a full current driving licence valid for use in the UK and Ireland and have access to a suitable mode of transport on appointment* *This criterion will be waived in the case of a suitable applicant who has a disability which prohibits them from driving but who is able to organise suitable alternative arrangements in order to meet the requirements of the post in full. BENEFITS: Starting on 32 days leave (pro rata) in each leave year (inclusive of public and statutory holidays) Cedar offer an enhanced auto-enrolment pension scheme consisting of 5% employee contribution and 4% employer contribution. Occupational Sick Pay Scheme Investor in People accredited organisation with commitment to development of the staff team through training and learning opportunities Recognition & reward incentives aligned to high standards of performance Cycle to work scheme Access 24/7 Doctors Line Health Cashback scheme Special offers at over 600 leading high street and online retailers THE CEDAR FOUNDATION IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITIES EMPLOYER
Permanent, Full-Time position between the hours of 7.20 AM – 6.05 PM Work in a supportive team environment, doing what you love with on-going learning opportunities Enjoy access to a range of company benefits including pension, healthcare plans and more About the role Our Nursery Assistants are responsible for ensuring all children and families attending the service are provided with a safe, stimulating, supportive and inclusive environment. The position will include supervision and assistance to the Room Supervisors and other qualified leaders within the service to ensure practices and processes are consistent with regulatory compliance. Puddleducks boasts a highly dedicated team of early childhood professionals who place great focus on getting to know the unique needs of the children in our care in partnership with parents and guardians. Key responsibilities in this role will include: Ensure the health and safety of the children and any visitors to Puddleducks including other staff members Create a positive and supportive environment for the children Ensure high-quality resources and activities are available for children Choose and plan resources and activities and resources that promote the children’s development and boost self-esteem and well-being Carry out regular observations and assessment of the children’s development and keep up-to-date records Provide on-going feedback to parents regarding their child’s progress Skills & experience Minimum 1 year experience in early years or day nursery environment Level 2 CCLD or equivalent Excellent communication, interpersonal skills, patience, and empathy Ability to form appropriate supportive relationships with children and their parents/guardians Benefits As an employee of Belfast Central Mission, you will be provided with ongoing personal and professional development, career pathways opportunities, a positive and supportive workplace culture alongside a range of staff benefits including: Health and Pension Plans Cycle to Work Schemes Paid Uniforms and Mileage 20 days holiday leave plus public holidays Potential opportunity to be supported to complete the L2 Playwork or CCLD About us Puddleducks is part of Belfast Central Mission, providing award-winning care and learning for up to 70 children across four playrooms. At Puddleducks, we recognise the importance of emotional wellbeing in early years and our aim is to maximise children’s individual potential and build essential life skills from an early age in a stimulating and caring environment. If you meet the above criteria and are passionate about making a positive difference in people’s lives, we would love to hear from you! The application process is straightforward just complete a short application and upload your CV- it is that simple. To work at BCM, you will be required to supply proof of work rights and an enhanced AccessNI check.
Since its formation in 1978, Moore Concrete Products Ltd has developed into a world class, quality focused, precast concrete manufacturer, based outside Ballymena. The company is customer focused led, ensuring the continued evolution of our extensive product range, designed to meet the requirements of civil infrastructure, agriculture and building customers, across the UK & Ireland. Moore Concrete employ 140 people, and are committed to continuous investment, in a combination of modern office and factory facilities, people skills, design expertise and manufacturing experience. We are proud to have been involved in numerous prestigious Road, Rail, Marine, Coastal, Construction, Flood Alleviation, Water, Energy, Agricultural, Commercial and Housing projects. Moore Concrete are currently recruiting for a full-time Quality Assistant to join our Quality & Technical team in maintaining compliance and conformity with ISO 9001, British and European Standards. The role will involve carrying out daily quality checks and tests and driving quality throughout all aspects of the business, ensuring that systems, procedures, and policies are adhered to whilst striving for continuous improvement. Company benefits include a competitive salary, free car parking, pension scheme, healthcare scheme, company performance related payment scheme, sickness payment scheme, paid holidays, cycle to work scheme and a childcare voucher scheme. Hours of Work: Hours will be variable between 32 - 48 hours per week as needed. General hours of work will be Monday – Friday 08:00am to 17:00pm however flexibility to start at 6:00am or 7:00am, work overtime and/or Saturdays as necessary is essential Essential Criteria: Strong attention to detail and accuracy of work Thoroughness to ensure products meet required specifications IT Skills including the use of Microsoft Word and Excel Capability to work in a busy factory environment Good communication, negotiation, and organisational skills Willingness to develop expertise in carrying out necessary tests Desirable Criteria: Experience in material & concrete testing within a laboratory environment Knowledge of the construction/civils industry Experience in setting out or taking measurements on site Ability to interpret technical drawings Closing date for applications: Friday 22nd October 2021at 5pm
Human Resources Officer
The HR Officer will be responsible for providing comprehensive and pragmatic advice and support on a range of HR matters to managers and employees in line with legislation and Extra Care’s policies and procedures. To assist in the delivery of Extra Care’s HR Strategy. See Role Profile for further information.
Home Sales Consultant
About the Role First and foremost the priority in our stores is the safety of our team and our customers. All team members must work safely, according to our guidelines, at all times To be a successful Sales Team Member you will: Offer fast and friendly service at all times, helping our customers to find the perfect products Share your passion and knowledge about our amazing products Work in all areas of the store, including sales floors, stockrooms and processing deliveries Take control of your own development
CLEANING OPERATIVE Location – College Square, Belfast Hours of work – 16 per week. Mon-Thurs 3:15pm to 6:30pm / Friday 3:15pm - 6:15pm Days of Work – Mon to Fri Hourly rate – £8.91 Experience in a similar role essential. The main purpose of the role for the cleaning operative is to ensure that their allocated area is cleaned to the required specification whilst adhering to defined procedures and health and safety regulations. Duties to include but not limited to: Maintaining your area of work to the highest standard. Vacuuming. Polishing. Sweeping. Collection and removal of waste. Cleaning washroom areas. Mopping. Use of rotary and scrubber drier machinery Robinson Services is an equal opportunities employer Please note that some of our roles may be subject to appropriate Access NI clearance
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Food Service Assistant, Craft Event
Would you like to be part of a team that believe that people are our greatest asset? Do you want to be part of a team where can have fun, be yourself, and enjoy new experiences? Every event is different and full of exciting surprises with opportunities to learn and grow. Would you like to be part of a team that believe that people are our greatest asset? ROLE: FOOD SERVICE ASSISTANT AT CRAFT EVENT CO Package Description 18 and 24 hour contracts available £9.40 per hour We currently have an opportunity for a Food Service Assistants to join our team. Role Responsibility To assist as directed with all aspects of preparation and presentation to the Company's standards To provide an efficient and friendly service to customers in all areas of the catering department To ensure that food is presented and served in a clean, hygienic environment To assist at service times by serving the customer at the counter as directed, to the Company's standard To complete all necessary sales controls and documentation for each service To communicate well with customers and demonstrate a helpful attitude at all times To undertake all aspects in cleaning equipment to the Company’s standard according to the cleaning rota or as directed To ensure tables and accompaniments are kept as clean as is reasonably practicable and adequately stocked during service times and relay as required To load service counters as and when directed and to ensure sufficient supplies throughout the service period Fill and clean vending machines, record on Service cards Check deliveries and temperatures on delivery, also record food temperatures during service temperatures Operate till during service periods To fulfil any reasonable management request To attend/receive any job-related training as required Additional Ad-hoc Duties: To assist at any special functions, some of which may occur outside working hours To report any customer complaints or compliments and take some remedial action if at all possible To report immediately any incidents of accident, fire, theft, loss, damage, unfit food, or other irregularities and take such action as may be appropriate or possible To attend meetings and training courses as may be necessary To provide cover in other areas during periods of holidays and sickness The Ideal Candidate Essential Good communications skills Previous food handling experience Ability to adhere to all health & safety practices Strong customer service skills High level performer High levels of personal hygiene and appearance Desirable Food hygiene certificate This is an exciting opportunity for a permanent full-time post within the largest independently owned catering organisation in Ireland and one of Deloittes best managed companies. Applicants should note that based on the response, the Company may increase shortlisting criteria. The Mount Charles Group is an equal opportunities employer and welcomes applications from all sections of the community.