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Trainee Dog Groomer

Groom Room
Richmond TW9
£9.31 an hour
Full-time
Charity

£9.31 an hourTrainee Dog Groomer Full Time (39 hours) Richmond This is a fantastic opportunity to come and work for a company voted 5th in the Great Place to Work (Best Large Workplaces) awards 2018, and Number 15 in Europe in 2017! We have over 445 stores and over 310 Groom Rooms and are the UK's number one pet care retailer. Our business is fast-paced, innovative and fun and it's our people that make the difference. Reporting into the Salon Manager, your responsibilities will be as follows; The role; We are happy to discuss the opportunity to work flexibly. Please note that we reserve the right to close the vacancy prior to the application deadline/closing date once a sufficient number of applications have been received.

14 days ago

International Mobility Advisor

British Council
London
Charity

Please note that in December 2020, the British Council will relocate its new global headquarters to: International Quarter, Stratford, and London E20. ABOUT US The British Council is the UK’s international organisation for cultural relations and educational opportunities. We create friendly knowledge and understanding between the people of the UK and other countries. We do this by making a positive contribution to the UK and the countries we work with – changing lives by creating opportunities, building connections and engendering trust. We work with over 100 countries across the world in the fields of arts and culture, English language, education and civil society. Each year we reach over 20 million people face-to-face and more than 500 million people online, via broadcasts and publications. Founded in 1934, we are a UK charity governed by Royal Charter and a UK public body.THE OPPORTUNITY This role is a 12 months fixed term contract. You will support wider HR and our business functions to manage the mobility of our global talent network, working with local centre of excellence HR to help our business units make the right decisions about who to send where, and how best to support them while they are working away from their country of ordinary employment. You will support the administration and coordination of the International assignment process for employees to move into roles in various countries within the British council. Key Role and Responsibility Please refer to our role profile for the full description but to summarise a few key points; you should be able to demonstrate experience of: We are looking for someone who has a positive, customer focused and “can-do” attitude, demonstrating initiative and drive to succeed. We are looking for someone who is accountable and will take ownership of their work and projects with the ability to work well both autonomously and in a team and proactively support the IMT Manager where needed. Applications will close on Tuesday19th of March at 23:59 UK Time. Candidates must have the legal right to work in the UK. For further information, please see the documents below. Role Profile.pdf.pdf.doc BC Behaviours.pdf BC Core Skills.pdf

14 days ago

Kitchen Porter

Elior
London
£10.20 an hour
Full-time
Permanent

£10.20 an hourPermanentLocationLondon, Greater London, United Kingdom Employment Permanent Salary £10.20 per hour Profile Kitchen PorterLondonFull Time PermanentAre you warm, friendly and genuine? Do you enjoy working with customers? We’ve an excellent opportunity to develop a rewarding catering career with us, Elior UK - a leading contract caterer.Elior UK operate across a diverse range of industries such as stadiums, offices, museums, schools, universities and care homes with plenty of career development opportunities. We are in a period of growth and there’s no better time to join.This exciting opportunity as a Kitchen Porter is based at a leading financial institution in the City of London. You will be joining an enthusiastic team of 20 professionals and reporting into our Executive Head Chef.Your key responsibilities as the Kitchen Porter will consist of: #teamelior #eliorcareers #eliorjobs #cateringjobsTwitter: @elioruk Facebook: Elior CareersIn line with General Data Protection Regulations you can find our Privacy Notice on our website.Elior UK Why its great to work for EliorOur guiding principle is that for Elior to deliver great customer service we must be a great company to work for.Great service to customers only comes from people who are happy with the company they work for. We aim to be a fulfilling and rewarding place to work, where people thrive, because they are valued, cared for as individuals and given everything they need to develop their potential.We invest in the teams that are in direct, daily contact with our clients and customers because we believe that their ability to grow with the business is the foundation of success.

15 days ago

Senior Receptionist

The Ivy St John's Wood
London NW8
Charity

We're looking for a motivated and enthusiastic Senior Receptionist with experience managing a team of receptionists or exposure with Open Table booking system to help lead the front of house team at The Ivy St John's Wood. As a Senior Receptionist, the pace is fast and the standards are high, but if you are passionate about delivering exceptional guest service, it could be the start of a great career. You will:

15 days ago

Barista

The Ivy Castle View
Guildford GU1
Part-time
Charity

Part-timeWe're looking for a Barista/Bar back to join our front of house team helping support the seamless running of the bar at The Ivy Guildford. The pace is fast and the standards are high, but if you are passionate and a quick learner, it could be the start of a great career. Your role will be working as a Barista and a Bar back. You will: INDFOH

15 days ago

Administrator

The Death Penalty Project
London W1T
£25,000 a year
Full-time
Permanent

£25,000 a yearThe Death Penalty Project (DPP) is a legal action charity based in London. We provide free legal representation to prisoners facing the death penalty worldwide, with a focus on The Commonwealth (Caribbean, Africa and Asia). To complement our legal work, we deliver capacity building to members of the judiciary, lawyers, mental health professionals and others working within the criminal justice system. We also commission original research studies to raise awareness of criminal justice and human rights issues surrounding the death penalty, and engage with governments and other stakeholders to support a more informed and constructive debate. Key duties and responsibilities Must have the right to work in the UK before applying 1. Financial administration Conduct basic financial administration and book-keeping, including tracking project costs, expenses and invoices, staff expenses and contractor/third party invoicing Work with the Deputy Director to ensure processes are effective and ensure timely monthly reconciliation of bank and other DPP accounts Coordinate and assist in tracking of project costs as required 2. General administration Maintain DPP activity diary, ensuring all key project activities, travel, leave and events are recorded in the diary Provide administrative support to the Co-Executive Directors and Deputy Director, including diary management, booking meetings, organising travel and preparing travel itineraries, planning events, expenses and preparation of meeting papers Assist the Co-Executive Directors and the Deputy Director in preparing for Board meetings and other events, such as fundraising, advocacy or launch events Coordinate and manage volunteers, interns and any job experience candidates Assist in DPP project administration, including support for delivery and co-ordination of all projects Maintain the organisation’s databases/ contact list Experience and Qualifications A minimum of two years proven experience in an administrative role, including supporting the delivery of activities, events and training; previous work in the charity sector or supporting international projects an advantage; Degree or equivalent professional qualification/ education in human rights/ international relations/ economics/ finance an advantage; Demonstrated experience of managing team administration, including meetings and diary management; Demonstrated experience in basic financial management and book-keeping. Skills, Knowledge and Personal attributes Excellent time management skills with the ability to manage and prioritise a high work load and a wide range of competing demands with tight deadlines Exceptional organisational skills Excellent written and verbal communication skills High levels of numeracy with strong attention to detail Strong IT skills, in particular MS Word, Excel, Powerpoint Ability to work in a self-servicing environment and working in a small team A pro-active approach to all areas of work, with a ‘can do’ attitude and flexible approach to work demands Position reports to: Deputy Director Duration: Permanent (subject to a six-months probation period). Hours: Full time. 9:30am to 5:30pm (one hour for lunch). Flexibility will be required. Occasional evening and weekend fundraising/charity events as required. Holiday entitlement: 25 days plus UK bank holidays Pension: 5% Location: Central London Start date: Immediate Applications will be considered on a rolling basis until the position is filled. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted and invited to interview. The Death Penalty Project is committed to equal opportunities

16 days ago

Food And Beverage Crew Breakfast 24 Hours

Jurys Inn
Belfast
Part-time
Permanent

Part-timeJob Ref: JI2725 Branch: Jurys Inn Belfast Location: Jury Inn Belfast , Belfast Salary/Benefits: Competitive Salary Contract type: Permanent Hours: Part Time Shift pattern: 7am - 13pm Hours per week: 24 Posted date: 02/03/2019 Closing date: 11/03/2019 We Welcome Happy #happyistheplacetobe Jurys Inn Belfast , we are recruiting for a Food and Beverage Crew Member to join our great team in the bar and restaurant areas. We are looking for an enthusiastic, genuine and friendly person who really enjoys working in hotels and wants to provide great hospitality to our guests, contributing to them having a Happy stay with us. As a Food & Beverage Crew Member We want you to be part of a great and diverse team working together to provide great hospitality and products to our guests in the restaurant, bar or conference departments. We set high standards for ourselves so that we can surprise and delight our customers and deliver a great experience. What we want you to have-About Jurys In BelfastSituated in the heart of the city, our Belfast hotel has much to offer the business traveller or culture vulture looking to explore the area. With Assembly Buildings Conference & Exhibition Centre over the road and Great Victoria Street station a three minute walk away; our hotel in Belfast is ideally placed for those visiting for business. However, Belfast is bursting with energy and has plenty to offer our pleasure guests. Jurys Inn is one of the most convenient hotels in Belfast – only a minute away from the beautiful Grand Opera House, Belfast under ten minutes’ walk from two of the city’s retail hotspots: Victoria Square & Castlecourt Shopping Centres, and just 12 minutes’ walk from the beautiful Albert Clock landmark. The hotel is also 20 minutes’ walk from the must see Titanic Visitor Centre, Dock & Pump House as well as a 15 minutes’ walk from Queens University, Botanic Gardens and Ulster Museum. About Jurys InnAs an employer we put a big emphasis on career development and as a rule we recruit our operations team members for personality rather than experience – it is all about how you interact with others, how you can demonstrate our values which are to be. Consistent, Friendly, Genuine, Positive and Willing We believe in developing our people and growing our management teams through our excellent Learning & Development programmes. 93% of our General Managers joined the business in operational roles and have progressed through the Company with the help of our great development and the opportunities that exist being a multi-site and growing business. What is life like in Jurys Inn? Our hotels are busy environments with lots of guests passing through each day. As a business, we have 7380 bedrooms which means we could have in excess of 15,000 people staying over every night! That is a lot of people to be responsible for! All roles within Jurys Inn offer customer interaction, a great deal of variety and a fun & friendly working environment. We strive to make Jurys Inn a great place to work and we get all our employees involved in engagement activities such as summer BBQ’s, the annual charity challenge, monthly birthday celebrations, fun Fridays and much much more. We think it is a great place to work and Investors in People and the Leadership Factor, who complete our annual engagement survey, agree with us. We have been accredited with Gold Standard Investors in People. This is a testament to the dedication and engagement of our people in making Jurys Inn an employer of choice. Our Vision & Values Our vision is very simply, we aim to exceed our guests’ expectations by delivering outstanding results through exceptional people. How do we do that? Well by employing people who display the following values:

16 days ago

Community, Events & Volunteer Management Internship

Faith & Belief Forum
London
Part-time
Temporary

LondonPart-time, Temporary, Internship, VolunteerPurpose of role: To support the planning, delivery and development of F&BF’s Community programmes which engage and upskill adults and community groups from different faiths, beliefs and sectors. F&BF’s Community programmes include: London Faith & Belief Community Awards, Faith in Barking & Dagenham, LGBT+Faith, and Internships. There will be opportunity to get involved in a range of our Community programmes. Typical tasks include: Conducting online research relevant to our programmes Supporting with the planning and delivery of community meetings, events and trainings Building relationships with prospective stakeholders Playing a key role in the development and coordination of the internship programme Coordinating newsletters and social media for programme alumni Using Salesforce to update stakeholders’ records What we are looking for: An interest in and passion for interfaith and intercultural dialogue A positive, sensitive and inclusive approach Experience of/interest in community events and/or Equalities work Excellent written and oral communication skills Solid computer skills (including Microsoft Excel) Proven ability to complete research tasks Supervision and support: The Community team will oversee and feedback on tasks, alongside supporting learning and development. Regular interfaith and skills-based training sessions are provided. Join a network of 200 former and current interns. Practicalities: This voluntary role is for three or six months, three days a week, in our Kentish Town Office. Travel and lunch expenses will be reimbursed. How to apply: Application closing date: Monday 11 March 2019 at 9am Assessment day for shortlisted applicants: Thursday 21 March 2019 Induction dates: Monday 8 April 2019 Internships finish: Friday 28 June 2019 F&BF is a leading interfaith and intercultural charity that builds good relations between people from different backgrounds. We welcome applications from people of all faiths, beliefs and cultures.

9 days ago

Office Administrator

Donegal Sexual Abuse and Rape Crisis Centre
Letterkenny, Donegal
Part-time
Permanent

Letterkenny, County DonegalPart-time, PermanentAdministrator (part-time) RequiredThe Donegal Sexual Abuse & Rape Crisis Centre (DSA&RCC) is currently seekingan experienced, reliable Part Time (20 hrs per week) administrator.The successful candidate will provide administrative support to the Letterkenny based service which provides crisis counselling and psychotherapy service to survivors of sexual violence of all genders and gender identities aged 14 +.Requirements

9 days ago

Compliance Caretaker

Sanctuary Group
London
£19,998 a year
Charity

£19,998 a yearSanctuary Maintenance provides a wide range of property maintenance and facilities management solutions for thousands of customers nationwide. Our staff help make a real difference to the quality of people's lives. Compliance Caretaker Wood Green, London £19,998 per annum (rising to £21,050 after 12 months service, subject to satisfactory performance) - Subject to April 2019 pay review 40 hours per week Why work for us? Sanctuary Maintenance provides in-house repairs and maintenance services for an extensive portfolio of properties across Sanctuary Group's organisations. As part of a not-for-profit organisation, we aim to achieve outstanding results for our customers based on our values - working in an open and transparent way, creating strong partnerships with our customers and providing a first-class customer service. We are currently looking to recruit a Compliance Caretaker within the Estate Services team based in Wood Green. Covering Greater London you will be responsible for delivering high standard caretaking and compliance testing services across the region. The role of Caretaker will include: Undertaking compliance testing, including fire alarms, emergency lighting and water hygiene tests Completing all paperwork associated with works undertaken Identifying potential faults, ensuring they are reported and monitored Working with customers to resolve issues and improve services Ensuring tools and equipment are kept in a suitable condition Assisting with other aspects of caretaking work when required (e.g. cleaning, waste removal, basic repairs) Skills and experiences: Previous experience of carrying out compliance testing and associated tasks is desirable Experience of working to deadlines and prioritising workloads Working knowledge of Health and Safety is desirable Excellent customer service and communication skills Ability to work on own initiative and with fast changing requirements A company van will be provided for business use only, therefore a full, current driving licence is essential Ready to join us? As part of our commitment to making Sanctuary a great place to work, we offer a comprehensive reward and benefits package appropriate for the role that you do, including: A pension scheme, with matching employer contributions from Sanctuary up to set limits At least 24 days paid holiday plus public holidays Health and well-being plans, including voluntary critical illness scheme A variety of online discounts and rewards from major retailers Tax efficient savings through our Cycle to Work scheme A wide range of learning and development opportunities To view the job profile, please click here Closing Date: 19 March 2019 We reserve the right depending on application numbers to close or extend the closing dates for positions; we would therefore recommend an early application. 'For an insight into what it's like to work for us, take a look at #LifeatSanctuary on Twitter' Building Equality and Diversity We work closely with the Home Office in order to prevent unlawful working. A basic Disclosure and Barring Service check will be necessary in the event of a successful application which we will pay for. Sanctuary Maintenance Contractors Limited is a subsidiary of Sanctuary Housing Association, an exempt charity.

12 days ago
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