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P&O Ferries

£competitive

Dover, Kent

Building Services Engineering Supervisor
P & O Ferries - Dover
Full-time

An opportunity has become available for a Building Services Engineering Supervisor based at our offices in Dover.

You will assist and support with the management of the building services team to ensure the smooth running of the Dover premises and the support services therein. You will also prioritise the daily work for the building services team and be responsible for the contractors working on site for health and safety compliance.

You must have:
•Proven experience working in a supervisory capacity for a building maintenance contract in the building services maintenance engineering estates or facilities sector
•Trade background as an electrician or mechanical trade with a strong stable history in the building maintenance field
•17th edition certificate
•HND or higher in a building related discipline
•Legionella compliance
•Excellent communication and organizational skills
•Ability to prioritise work, problem solve and motivate others
•Full driving licence

Ideally you will also have:
•Health and safety qualification IOSH/NEBOSH
•AutoCAD experience

NO AGENCIES PLEASE
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New Recruit Ltd

£9.00 per hour plus great benefits

Tunbridge Wells, Kent

13 hours ago

About the Job

Luxury Tunbridge Wells Hotel is now looking to recruit a Night Duty Manager. The role purpose is to manage the reception department during the night and take on all reception duties in addition to attending to any guest needs.

In this role you will be responsible for :-


To manage reception during the evening hours
Check in late arrivals and check out early departures in line with hotel procedures
To answer any calls/emails and to take effective messages
To attend to all late night guest requests
To ensure all access to the hotel is secure and perform any related security jobs as required overnight
Ensure set up of the hotel for the day’s next business.
Report any faulty equipment to the relevant persons
Perform all pre & post night audit duties
Collect all overnight breakfast orders and relay to early kitchen staff
Collect Post and distribute to the relevant departments
Liaise with the housekeeping department to see what areas need cleaning during the shift

Key Skills and Knowledge:

Previous experience as reception supervisor or night porter
To have a proactive approach to work and a positive attitude which reflects the ability to work on one’s own initiative.
Excellent verbal communication.
Ability to work methodically and to a time frame.
IT skills.
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Lioness

To £50,000 plus OTE first year 70K

Kent

13 hours ago

Our client, an independent, well established and expanding Recruitment Specialist is looking for a Recruitment Manager to join their busy team.

With a turnover of 3 million, an office of circa 20 employees and impressive growth plans, this is a fantastic opportunity and a very exciting time to become an integral part of the organisation and help to drive the business forward.

The ideal candidate must have managerial experience in a recruitment business as well as a solid background as a Consultant in a multi sector environment.

This role will suit an enthusiastic, ambitious and honest professional, a well organised and creative ideas person who can fit in well with a strong team, but have the ability to lead from the front and take control.

Basic salary to £50,000 plus bonus - first year realistic OTE 70K and great career progression.
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New Recruit Ltd

£DOE + PROFIT SHARE + BENEFITS

Ashford, Kent

13 hours ago

FIXED TERM CONTRACT TO COVER MATERNITY LEAVE
9 - 12 MONTH CONTRACT
HOWEVER, COMPANY ARE BIG ON KEEPING TALENT WITHIN THE BUSINESS BUT WE CAN'T GUARANTEE.

One of the best employers in the whole of the UK are now looking to recruit Team Manager.

Listed for the past 10 years in the Times Top 100 companies to work for they are a market leader in their sector and have a network of companies and exclusive partnership agreements in place.

The Opportunity

As a Team Manager you will want to bring your excellent coaching and management skills to drive performance.

You will be inspiring, motivational and want to help the team achieve their goals and perform at their best.

It's important that you are able to expertly balance people's needs with the needs of the business and most importantly the customer.

As part of the clients growing Contact Centre Team you'll be working collaboratively with other Team Managers to support the delivery of great service, bookings and team development.

Able to deliver feedback and able to use relevant data and metrics to coach and drive the performance of your team members.

THE CANDIDATE
We are looking for a candidate with several years experience of managing people within a contact centre environment with a strong background in customer service.

Able to cope with pressure and adapt to challenging situations quickly you will be guaranteed that no two days will be the same.

We are looking for the best to join our client's team. They pride themselves on being able to offer exciting challenges, whilst providing a fantastic environment in which to work. Along with pension, medical insurance, enhanced maternity, cycle-to-work schemes, etc and we also have birthday days off.

HOURS:
You will need to be available across the opening hours of the contact centre. Shift rotas are agreed 12 weeks in advance.

Monday to Friday 8am - 11pm.
Saturday / Sunday 8.30am - 8pm

Week 1 - Monday to Friday 3pm - 11pm

Week 2 - 4 days per week Monday to Friday 1pm - 9pm plus 1 day at the weekend 8.30am - 5.30pm
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New Recruit Ltd

£DOE + PROFIT SHARE + BENEFITS

Folkestone, Kent

13 hours ago

FIXED TERM CONTRACT TO COVER MATERNITY LEAVE
9 - 12 MONTH CONTRACT
HOWEVER, COMPANY ARE BIG ON KEEPING TALENT WITHIN THE BUSINESS BUT WE CAN'T GUARANTEE.

One of the best employers in the whole of the UK are now looking to recruit Team Manager.

Listed for the past 10 years in the Times Top 100 companies to work for they are a market leader in their sector and have a network of companies and exclusive partnership agreements in place.

The Opportunity

As a Team Manager you will want to bring your excellent coaching and management skills to drive performance.

You will be inspiring, motivational and want to help the team achieve their goals and perform at their best.

It's important that you are able to expertly balance people's needs with the needs of the business and most importantly the customer.

As part of the clients growing Contact Centre Team you'll be working collaboratively with other Team Managers to support the delivery of great service, bookings and team development.

Able to deliver feedback and able to use relevant data and metrics to coach and drive the performance of your team members.

THE CANDIDATE
We are looking for a candidate with several years experience of managing people within a contact centre environment with a strong background in customer service.

Able to cope with pressure and adapt to challenging situations quickly you will be guaranteed that no two days will be the same.

We are looking for the best to join our client's team. They pride themselves on being able to offer exciting challenges, whilst providing a fantastic environment in which to work. Along with pension, medical insurance, enhanced maternity, cycle-to-work schemes, etc and we also have birthday days off.

HOURS:
You will need to be available across the opening hours of the contact centre. Shift rotas are agreed 12 weeks in advance.

Monday to Friday 8am - 11pm.
Saturday / Sunday 8.30am - 8pm

Week 1 - Monday to Friday 3pm - 11pm

Week 2 - 4 days per week Monday to Friday 1pm - 9pm plus 1 day at the weekend 8.30am - 5.30pm
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Credo Care

£22,000 to £27,000 depending on experience and qualifications.

Lydd, Kent

13 hours ago

Role summary

This role is ideal for someone with strong organisational skills, who is experienced in social care and supervising others. You will be responsible for coordinating our support service for foster families and children, including the recruitment, management and supervision of support service workers.

You will be working collaboratively with colleagues to ensure that appropriate training is identified and completed, and will be responsible for monitoring and reviewing the support service and reporting on areas for improvement.

Main duties and responsibilities

• Coordinate, monitor and report on Credo Care’s support service for carers and children.
• Carry out monthly supervisions of support service workers.
• Carry out appraisals, PDPs and process training requests for support service workers.
• Coordinate the recruitment and selection of Support Service Workers, Placement Support Workers and Contact Supervisors.
• Plan, coordinate and sign off support service worker inductions, identify training required for the role and hold TSD workshops.
• Review and monitor support work reports and time sheets, working closely with finance colleagues, carrying out quality assurance, proof reading and managing the information using the portal.
• Review, collate and implement support services requests, including the recording of all details.
• Coordinate, record and monitor contact arrangements.
• Work with the social work team to meet the support needs of children in placement.
• Work collaboratively with colleagues responsible for referrals, placements and training to ensure that support service workers are trained and matched appropriately for all new placements, including medical sign off and recording.
• Develop and implement a mini Form F style process, adopting the short break assessment style, including an audit of current resources, in conjunction with the Practice Manager/Registered Manager.
• Create and maintain support worker profiles in collaboration with colleagues.
• Introduce and coordinate the running of bi-annual support service meetings.
• Collaborate with other Support Service Officers to share best practice and provide ad-hoc cover.
• Take part in the emergency ‘out of hours’ duty service.


General duties and responsibilities

• Maintain appropriate and accurate records, documents and filing systems.
• Maintain a professional image and standard of presentation.
• Attend and participate in meetings and training as required.
• Work in accordance with Credo Care’s policies, procedures and ethos.
• Work under the guidance of regulatory framework including the National Minimum Standards.
• Undertake any other duties at the request of your line manager, senior managers or directors, dependent upon the post holder’s area of expertise, knowledge and skills, and with regard to the level of responsibility afforded by the post held.


Salary scale £22,000 to £27,000 depending on experience and qualifications.
Car allowance £300 pcm.
Full time – 37.5 hours per week.

Work base Head Office – Lydd, Kent. Some travel, including to our Midlands office, may be required.
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Carlton Recruitment Ltd

Negotiable

Sittingbourne, Kent

14 hours ago

Carlton Recruitment are currently working with a company at the forefront of their sector.
This is a senior role within a busy environment.

JOB PURPOSE
Drive the estimating process within the company to deliver best value for money project estimates, brought in raw materials and goods & services. Contribute to improved project margins, quicker speed to market and enhanced client experience.

KEY ACCOUNTABIITIES
• On time delivery of project estimates.
• Deliver accurate and competitive project estimates. This will include review of individual component requirements and to identify best fit and best value supply chain, negotiation with suppliers, and a comprehensive plan for production.
• Ensure that all information on project briefs has been captured.
• Reporting of supply chain performance, including quantitative measurement of supplier costing performance to feed into Sourcing Team.
• Assist in sourcing of new products, liaising with the Design and Development departments where appropriate, ensuring new products are brought to market in a timely and cost effective manner.
• Continually review the overall ‘value’ offered by existing suppliers, and ensure the companies purchasing remains globally competitive.
• Assist in the ensuring of the KPI requirements s for the department are met, and accurately maintain departmental records to assist with inter-company marketing.
• Develop and maintain effective relationships with suppliers.
• Assist with research and sourcing of new suppliers in order to develop and improve product cost and quality, maintain competitiveness, and ensure subcontract capacity is maintained.
• Effectively set-up multi supplier projects, identifying any concerns before they arise and communicating these to the relevant personnel.
• Carry out general administration as required.

EDUCATION, SKILLS, EXPERIENCE
• Previous estimation experience, preferably within a related industry, with knowledge of production methods using metal, wood and plastics.
• Strong sourcing and negotiation skills.
• Ability to read and understand technical drawings.
• Experience in purchasing would be beneficial.
• Excellent communication (written and verbal) and numerical skills.
• Experience in dealing with global suppliers.
• Must be a self-starter with good attention to detail and the ability to manage multiple responsibilities.
• Computer literate to a high standard.

OTHER
Full Time Position
Salary commensurate with skills and experience
Full benefits package – travel insurance, private medical, pension, 25 days holiday, access to in house gym and flexible working.
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TN Recruits

£35,000 - £55,000 - free parking excellent benefits

Tonbridge, Kent

14 hours ago

A great opportunity to join an IT company who proved an industry recognised service across the UK and Europe are recruiting a Software Implementation Training Manager to join their well establish and a great team.

Duties will include:
• Responsible the effective delivery of multiple software implementation projects.
• Advise and propose most suitable delivery structure of projects
• Monitor projects
• Budgetary input and control
• Ensure absolute customer satisfaction is achieved at all times
• Resolve client issues
• Ensure project sign off
• Recruit, train, motivate and develop departmental staff

You will be rewarded with a competitive salary, free parking, great lunch benefits and much more.

Send your CV now to be considered for an immediate interview.
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Credo Care

£35,000 to £41,000 depending on experience and qualifications

Lydd, Kent

14 hours ago

Role summary

A rare opportunity for a qualified social worker to join our fostering team. The ideal candidate will have strong leadership skills and will manage and supervise the social work team in the South, ensuring compliance with regulatory framework including the National Minimum Standards.

Working closely with the Registered Manager and Practice Manager – Midlands, you will play a key role in supporting and developing social work practice to achieve organisation growth and the best possible outcomes for children.

Main duties and responsibilities

• Management, supervision and support of the social work team in the South.
• Manage and supervise independent social workers who are undertaking annual reviews, Form F assessments or other independent work.
• Ensure that safeguarding is the key priority in all aspects of our work.
• Ensure that Credo Care is working at all times within the requirements of the Fostering Regulations 2011 and the National Minimum
Standards for Fostering Services 2011 by undertaking some statutory tasks as requested by the Registered Manager.
• Liaise with colleagues about referrals, placements, matching considerations and meetings.
• Ensure all agreements appertaining to placements are completed and adhered to.
• Ensure that each child’s care plan is carried out in accordance with the requirements of the placing authority and in consultation with the
child’s social worker, foster carers, parents, etc.
• Maintain accurate records of placements, i.e. case recording, placement agreements, assessment reports, carer reviews, carer
supervision and child progress reports.
• Attend and participate in childcare reviews, monthly management meetings, service development meetings and other meetings as
appropriate.
• Chair team meetings on a regular basis and share information regarding children in placement and development progress. Attend social
work team meetings, representing the South team.
• Work closely with the Registered Manager and Practice Manager - Midlands.
• Work with colleagues on carer training and recruitment strategies as required.
• Undertaking training when required with a commitment to undertake NVQ4 in management or equivalent, if not yet achieved.
• Take part in the emergency ‘out of hours’ duty manager service.
• Participate in fostering Panels as required.
• Occasionally carry out direct case work when required.

General duties and responsibilities

• Maintain appropriate and accurate records, documents and filing systems.
• Maintain a professional image and standard of presentation.
• Attend and participate in meetings and training as required.
• Work in accordance with Credo Care’s policies, procedures and ethos.
• Work under the guidance of regulatory framework including the National Minimum Standards.
• Undertake any other duties at the request of your line manager, senior managers or directors, dependent upon the post holder’s area of
expertise, knowledge and skills, and with regard to the level of responsibility afforded by the post held.


Salary scale £35,000 to £41,000 depending on experience and qualifications.
Car allowance £400 pcm.
Full time – 37.5 hours per week.

Work base Head Office – Lydd, Kent. Some travel, including to our Midlands office, may be required.
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CXK Limited

£14.00 Hourly

Kent

14 hours ago

CXK is currently recruiting a pool of bank staff to deliver its Family Kitchen programme.

The programme will be delivered in children's centres in Bromley and will include interactive series of six healthy eating workshops where parents will have the opportunity to develop skills and have fun cooking with their children. Workshops include the latest guidance on healthy eating and the recipes are affordable and easy to duplicate at home. The sessions will encourage parents to increase their knowledge and confidence in cooking practices for the benefit of their family.

Main duties and responsibilities include:
•Delivering a high quality programme with fidelity to the original programme and resources
•Making contact with referrers and programme participants to inform them of course contect, venue and arrangements
•Ensuring all barriers to engagement are minimised and that all parents feel welcom and supported to learn

Please visit our website for the full job description

Please note that due to the nature of our work this post is subject to an enhanced DBS check.

Closing date for applications: 5pm 30th April 2017

Interview location: Dartford on TBC
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