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Found in Reed - and the budget allocated by the Welsh Government. Oversee the processing of the salaries of the Welsh Language PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES Providing comprehensive support to the Finance and Resources Team with responsibility for the core finance operations as noted in the job description. Also assisting with the project to implement a new Finance system. MANAGEMENT RESPONSIBILITIES To lead and manage the core finance operations ensuring timely and accurate day-to-day transactions including payments and salaries. Set tasks and priorities for team members and ensure timely completion of outputs. FINANCE RESPONSIBILITIES Prepare the monthly finance report for the Management Team and hold meetings with budget holders as necessary to ensure the accuracy of the report and to assist in the proper management of the budget. Oversee month-end core processes and ensure transactions are properly and fully processed and relevant account reconciliations are completed accurately and in a timely manner. Oversee processing of core monthly transactions, i.e. purchaser orders, invoices, expenses and payments. Assisting and providing direction to the Finance Support Officer as required. Monitor bank account balances when processing payments. Prepare monthly forecasts of future cash flows forecast and planning the transfers between accounts required to ensure sufficient funds are available to pay suppliers / officers. Collaborate on the preparation of the 2020-21 Financial Budget to align with the organisation?s priorities as stated in the Estimate and the budget allocated by the Welsh Government. Oversee the processing of the salaries of the Welsh Language Commissioner?s officers in accordance with the advice note provided by the Senior Human Resources Officer. Ensure that the information is processed accurately, is complete and on time in order to pay officers on the last working day of the month. Awareness and understanding of the fundamental policies relevant to finance to ensure compliance with relevant regulations and appropriate internal controls. Ensure operation in accordance with policies and procedures. To liaise with and assist the Internal Auditors and External Auditors with their enquiries as required. PROJECT RESPONSIBILITIES To assist the Senior Finance Officer in the implementation of a new Finance system so that the system is operational on 01/04/2020. The project duties will include but are not necessarily limited to: Data cleansing for the purposes of migrating to the new system Specify configurations for the new system Draw up testing plans Implement the testing plans and reporting errors Develop procedures and processes to complement the new system The salary range/rates of pay is dependent upon your experience, qualifications or training. Robert Half Ltd acts as an employment business for temporary positions and an employment agency for permanent positions. Robert Half is committed to equal opportunity and diversity. Suitable candidates with equivalent qualifications and more or less experience can apply. Where rates of pay or salary ranges are detailed these are dependent upon your experience, qualifications or training. If you wish to apply for this position please read our Privacy Notice which details how we may use, process, store and disclose your Personal Information: -notice.

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Cardiff (uk)

Found in Reed - . The school is a Welsh medium primary school of in the heart of Cardiff. The successful teacher will: Have We have a superb opportunity for an enthusiastic teacher to join a growing primary school in Cardiff.  This is a Year 3 full class teaching role and will be starting from September 2020 initially for 1 year however, this could be made permanent for the right teacher. Our primary school are looking to appoint a teacher that can fit in with the school ethos and support thewider community. The school is a Welsh medium primary school of in the heart of Cardiff. The successful teacher will: Have a UK Qualified Teacher Status Fluent Welsh Speaker Be an excellent class room practitioner who can plan and deliver engaging lessons following the national curriculum Have strong classroom management skills Be able to work with the other members of the team to create a positive and happy learning environment Have a child workforce DBS on the update service (or willing to process a new one) Be registered with the Education Workforce Council Provide two teaching references If you think this would be the perfect role for you then please apply now with a CV and cover letter. If you?re an NQT on your placement in a primary school or completing assignments at university, you may feel like there?s just not enough time in the day to search for jobs and take time out to write huge application forms. We can help you secure a placement for your NQT induction year 2020/2021. We will happily work in the background to relieve you of the stress that so many primary teachers (NQT) go through to gain their placement. All applicants will require the appropriate qualifications and training for this role. Please see faqs for details. All pay rates quoted will be inclusive of 12.07% statutory holiday pay. This advert is for a temporary position. In some cases, the option to make this role permanent may become available at a later date. Teaching Personnel is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children. We offer all our registered candidates FREE child protection and prevent duty training. All candidates must undertake or have undertaken a valid enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check. Full assistance provided. For details of our privacy policy, please see privacy-notice

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Cardiff (uk)

Found in Fish4Jobs - Housing Association who have just received a welsh government regulatory upgra Cardiff Competitive: Anonymous: Acorn Executive Search is working in partnership with Cardiff Community Housing Association who have just received a welsh government regulatory upgra Cardiff

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Cardiff (uk)

Found in Fish4Jobs - 17.00 - 19.00 GBP Hourly: Anonymous: Cyber Security Officer One of our clients, a welsh government 17.00 - 19.00 GBP Hourly: Anonymous: Cyber Security Officer One of our clients, a welsh government body, is looking for a Cyber Security Officer to support them with the increased workloa Cardiff

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Swansea (uk)

Found in Fish4Jobs - 17.00 - 19.00 GBP Hourly: Anonymous: Cyber Security Officer One of our clients, a welsh government 17.00 - 19.00 GBP Hourly: Anonymous: Cyber Security Officer One of our clients, a welsh government body, is looking for a Cyber Security Officer to support them with the increased workloa Swansea

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Swansea (uk)

Found in Reed - Teaching Personnel are a Welsh Government Approved Agency in Wales Teaching Personnel are currently Teaching Personnel are a Welsh Government Approved Agency in Wales Teaching Personnel are currently seeking experienced Secondary School Teachers to work in a selection of secondary schools in and around Swansea. If you are interested in applying for this role then you would need proven experience of working with children in Key Stage 3 & Key Stage 4. We have a number of positions that we are looking to fill including full time, part time and day to day supply roles starting in September 2020 across all subject areas including; Maths, Science and English subject areas. We would welcome all applicants who: Are a Qualified Teacher or in the process of gaining Qualified Teacher Status (QTS); Are able to create and deliver a range of learning experiences suitable for the age group, which meet the objectives of Key Stage 3 and Key Stage 4 requirements; Will utilise all aspects of the School from interactive technology in a classroom to outside activities as part of a varied and diverse learning environment; Are able to work closely with fellow staff members and can confidently liaise with staff, pupils and parents; Have strong classroom management Are registered with the Education Workforce Council (support in this application can be provided) To apply for this role or to have an informal conversation please contact Chris Hancock on the number below or send a copy of your CV through for consideration and Chris will be more than happy to get in touch with you to discuss things further.   Hope to hear from you soon, Job Type: Full time, Part-time & day to day Salary: Minimum 127.72 per day Experience: teaching: 1 year (Preferred) All applicants will require the appropriate qualifications and training for this role. Please see faqs for details. All pay rates quoted will be inclusive of 12.07% statutory holiday pay. This advert is for a temporary position. In some cases, the option to make this role permanent may become available at a later date. Teaching Personnel is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children. We offer all our registered candidates FREE child protection and prevent duty training. All candidates must undertake or have undertaken a valid enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check. Full assistance provided. For details of our privacy policy, please see privacy-notice

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Cardiff (uk)

Found in Reed - A three form entry Welsh Medium primary school in Cardiff are looking to employ two teaching A three form entry Welsh Medium primary school in Cardiff are looking to employ two teaching assistants to work within their Foundation Phase classes. The primary school have a clear vision and high expectationsl. You will be working alongside a really strong and supportive staff team who are working together. You will be working alongside the class teachers to help support and improve the Welsh language in order to enhance the children?s learning experience.  This is a full time position starting in September until the end of the academic year with the opportunity to be taken on as a permanent member of staff. The school are looking for a nurturing Teaching Assistant with experience working with children or a graduate looking to become a priamry school teacher in the future. Salary: 10- 12 per hour Hours:  8:30 - 3:30 Start date:  September 2020 All Candidates Must: Provide a child only workforce DBS on the update service or willing to pay for a new child only DBS and then subscribe to the update service Have no recent criminal convictions/cautions. Have a full original birth certificate, full driving licence and/or valid passport. If you have been a resident for less than 5 years in the UK a right to work visa (non-EU) and a criminal background check from any country resided in for 6 months or more with in the past 5 years must be provided. If you hold experience working with children or young people and want to take the next step in building a career in an exciting and rewarding area of education please contact us as soon as possible. Additionally if you have always wanted to work within  Education but have no formal school based experience ? please also to feel free to send in your CV and speak with one of our dedicated consultants. If you are interested in this role please apply by sending us an updated CV All applicants will require the appropriate qualifications and training for this role. Please see faqs for details. All pay rates quoted will be inclusive of 12.07% statutory holiday pay. This advert is for a temporary position. In some cases, the option to make this role permanent may become available at a later Teaching Personnel is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children. We offer all our registered candidates FREE child protection and prevent duty training. All candidates must undertake or have undertaken a valid enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check. Full assistance provided. For details of our privacy policy, please see privacy-notice

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Cardiff (uk)

Found in Reed - pupils from ranges of backgrounds and religions. The school are currently working alongside the welsh **Full-time Maths teacher**Monday ? Friday**NQT or QTS**Ability to teach KS3/4**DBS and EWC registration**Relevant degree**Paid to scale** 127 ? 180 daily rate**CF23 Area** Teaching personnel are currently recruiting for a Maths teacher to join a large school faculty in September. With over 1600 pupils the school are looking for someone who is very keen to get stuck into teaching. Due to the disruption of COVID-19 schools are currently leaning on us to help with their September recruitment. Our school are a 11-18 comprehensive school within a two-mile radius from Cardiff city centre. Bringing together pupils from ranges of backgrounds and religions. The school are currently working alongside the welsh government on developing a new curriculum for wales, meaning that they have been fully equipped with sports, drama, music facilities and access to technology throughout. The school are also equipped with many curriculum lead practitioners meaning that they will be able to help you and offer specialist leadership guidance and support throughout the role. The school have been very consistent in achieving the best GCSE and A-Level Maths grades in wales. With a heavily supportive department you will also be given the best resources and guidance to achieve within the school. The ideal Maths teacher? Proactive with classroom management skills Have a passion for mathematics Willingness to engage in extra-curricular activities Relevant teaching experience (not essential) If you are interested in this role then please click ?apply? now. All applicants will require the appropriate qualifications and training for this role. Please see faqs for details. All pay rates quoted will be inclusive of 12.07% statutory holiday pay. This advert is for a temporary position. In some cases, the option to make this role permanent may become available at a later date. Teaching Personnel is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children. We offer all our registered candidates FREE child protection and prevent duty training. All candidates must undertake or have undertaken a valid enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check. Full assistance provided. For details of our privacy policy, please see privacy-notice

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Liverpool (uk)

Found in Reed - Bookkeeping, Accounts Preparation, Payroll, provide VAT and CT advice and conduct Independent Examinations Accountant - North West (Home Based) Salary: 20,000 - 25,000 pa Location : Home-based (travel to meet clients may be necessary for time-to-time) Hours : up to 40 per week but can be flexible on hours and/or days of work Job Purpose: To provide accountancy support and advice to a wide range of charity, non-profit and public sector clients, to enable them to comply with all legal and charitable requirements To deliver training and support to charity, not-for-profit and public sector organisations To carry out Bookkeeping, Accounts Preparation, Payroll, provide VAT and CT advice and conduct Independent Examinations To work with the Partner to develop and grow the business including the development of new services. Main Responsibilities: Accounting Services Act as a Client Manager for nominated clients Maintain effective communication with key client contacts Bookkeeping Preparing statutory accounts Preparing management accounts VAT and CT returns Payroll Client advice and queries Independent Examinations Undertake the development and maintenance of a marketable package to offer Independent Examinations on behalf of voluntary and community organisations, liaising with external accountants/auditors as required. Financial Management for Voluntary and Community Organisations Develop a marketable package to provide an end of year accounts function for voluntary and community organisations, liaising with external accountants/auditors as required Support and advise voluntary and community organisations to develop and implement good practice in relation to financial governance arrangements, financial management and financial control of their organisations, ensuring they both understand and comply with relevant accounting and charity legislation Support and advise voluntary and community organisations to select appropriate software packages to meet their needs and effectively use computerised accounts systems, particularly Sage and Quickbooks and where appropriate Excel spreadsheets Provide training to voluntary and community organisations - one to one, workshops and training courses - on all aspects of charity financial management and financial control Service Development Work with the Partner to develop and market our service, and to set and achieve income generation targets. Actively develop our service introducing improvements and efficiencies in both the running and promotion/marketing of the service. General Keep accurate, up to date monitoring records relating to work delivered, time spent, outcomes achieved and income generated. Keep up to date with changes in accounting practice and charity law and ensure this information is shared with clients. Be an active member of the team and attend all relevant meetings. Receive and participate in supervision and training as deemed necessary and in line with policies. Operate within and promote policies in areas of Equal Opportunities, Health and Safety and Customer Care. PERSON SPECIFICATION Extensive knowledge, skills and abilities in relation to accountancy services and good financial management practice in small organisations/charities. Excellent knowledge of accountancy software packages - in particular Excel, Sage Accounts and QuickBooks - and the skills to use them. The ability to support and advise a wide range of people to manage budgets and accounts, and implement good financial practice within small organisations/charities. Skills and knowledge to design, deliver and evaluate training sessions. The ability to clearly communicate technical information to a wide range of people, many of whom do not have an accounting knowledge or background. Skills and knowledge to carry out independent examinations and produce end of year accounts. Well-developed organisational skills with experience of planning and prioritising workloads and managing deadlines. The ability to effectively monitor and evaluate work delivered. Able to work well both within a small team and independently. Business development and income generation skills. Experience/Qualifications A recognized accountancy qualification such as AAT, ACA, ACCA, CIMA Experience of at least three of the following: - Setting up computerized financial systems (particularly QuickBooks Online) - Preparing budgets and management accounts - Dealing with VAT and HMRC returns - Creating Cash flow forecasts - Producing Year End accounts - Establishing internal control processes - Running payroll Experience of auditing small organisations and ability to carry out and oversee Independent Examinations. Experience of working sympathetically to develop and support other people to enable them to perform their particular role Experience of business development and marketing would be an advantage.

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Found in EnvironmentJob - and independent approach by using data and analysis based approaches to inform action and as such have Parity Projects Ltd, Earlsfield, London, c.£25,000 depending on experience. Parity Projects is a small, award-winning company with a big challenge: to reduce the energy use of the UK�s existing housing stock. We are passionate and enthusiastic about the subject. We take an impartial and independent approach by using data and analysis based approaches to inform action and as such have developed a market leading reputation for what we do. We are looking for a similarly enthusiastic junior member of staff with an interest in analytical app...

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Leeds (uk)

Found in Reed - and partners. (Link Asset Services is a member of Link Group.) Our Funds Solutions division is a leading Company Description Link Group connects millions of people with their assets including equities, pension and superannuation, investments, property and other financial assets. We do this by partnering with thousands of financial market participants to deliver services, solutions and technology platforms that enhance the user experience and make scaled administration simple. We help manage regulatory complexity, improve data management and provide tools to help people connect to their assets, leveraging analysis, insight and technology. Our core businesses are complemented by our expertise in digital solutions and data analytics, and enable us to provide a complete service to our global network of clients and partners. (Link Asset Services is a member of Link Group.) Our Funds Solutions division is a leading independent Authorised Fund Manager and provider of fund administration and transfer agency services. We leverage our specialist knowledge and technology to support traditional and alternative funds in UK, Ireland, Luxembourg and Australia, manage 100bn of assets with circa 500 people. With a focus on strong governance, regulatory expertise and risk management, our business helps to manage regulatory compliance for asset managers and investors. Our unique place in the market, combined with our partnership approach, depth of experience and well-invested systems, enables us to support investment managers through the challenges of changing market and investor needs, and, as a result, help them to enhance returns, minimise costs and mitigate their risks. Our Fund Solutions business, which operates out of multiple locations including Leeds, London, Dublin and Luxembourg, with 100bn of assets and circa 500 people, is looking for an Investment Operations Change Analyst to join our team in the Leeds office on a 9 month fixed term contract. Job Description Link Fund Solutions is building an Investment Operations function that will support the centralisation of a range of activities that cover the full lifecycle of an investment fund. The Leeds team will help establish this "hub and spoke" model which includes building and collaborating with a team based in Mumbai as well as delivering high quality outputs to the business teams located across Europe. The Change Analyst will help deliver this new operating model with specific emphasis on the implementation of an automated Investment and Borrowing Power software solution across our Fund Solutions business. The role will suit an individual with a strong background in Investment Funds and delivering change. Candidates should be comfortable with fund structures, asset types, associated data and the relevant regulatory environment. Responsibilities Supporting the Change Manager throughout the Project Lifecycle to Implementation of the change Ensure all procedures and controls developed are robust to support handover to internal business as usual team Producing/Reviewing ?As-is? business processes, identify process improvements and develop ?To-Be? processes to establish the required business needs Deliver batches of Funds through set-up, test and implementation into operational readiness before handing over to the business as usual team. Develop and maintain relationships with Link Fund Solutions internal stakeholders to support the project delivery Develop and maintain relationships with external software provider(s) ensuring knowledge of service and systems are understood and developed appropriately for the business Contribute to the project to create a "hub and spoke" operating model. Qualifications Essential Knowledge of UK fund legislation, Fund Administration and Transfer Agency and the regulatory environment Excellent analytical skills with focus on investment / market data held within a fund structure Excellent working knowledge of Microsoft applications (e.g. Excel, Word, Outlook, PowerPoint) Excellent verbal and written communication The ability to work to strict deadlines whilst maintaining a high level of accuracy Proven ability to operate independently and take the initiative Desirable Relevant regulatory exams (e.g. IOC, IMC) Experience working in an Investment Compliance role overseeing Investment & Borrowing Powers regulations of Fund structures Additional Information At Link we believe our people are our most important asset. We offer excellent career progression opportunities, ongoing training and development. If you thrive in a fast-paced environment, want your talent to be recognised and rewarded and are looking for a new challenge then we would love to hear from you. Together we achieve: We are an inclusive employer whose people work collaboratively. We are building a culture where difference is valued. We are doing this by encouraging, supporting and valuing the various talents and perspectives of our people and supporting flexible ways of working. We know that diversity drives innovation and innovation drives growth. Be part of the Link Group journey and together we will achieve our full potential. We treat all individuals fairly and equitably and do not discriminate on the basis of diverse characteristics including, but not limited to gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, age, ethnicity, cultural background, physical abilities/disabilities, religious or political belief, marital or family status or carers responsibilities. Candidates must have the relevant work rights to be considered for an opportunity at Link Group. Successful applicants will be required to complete background screening prior to commencement of employment.

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Leeds (uk)

Found in Reed - and partners. (Link Asset Services is a member of Link Group.) Our Funds Solutions division is a leading Company Description Link Group connects millions of people with their assets including equities, pension and superannuation, investments, property and other financial assets. We do this by partnering with thousands of financial market participants to deliver services, solutions and technology platforms that enhance the user experience and make scaled administration simple. We help manage regulatory complexity, improve data management and provide tools to help people connect to their assets, leveraging analysis, insight and technology. Our core businesses are complemented by our expertise in digital solutions and data analytics, and enable us to provide a complete service to our global network of clients and partners. (Link Asset Services is a member of Link Group.) Our Funds Solutions division is a leading independent Authorised Fund Manager and provider of fund administration and transfer agency services. We leverage our specialist knowledge and technology to support traditional and alternative funds in UK, Ireland, Luxembourg and Australia, manage 100bn of assets with circa 500 people. With a focus on strong governance, regulatory expertise and risk management, our business helps to manage regulatory compliance for asset managers and investors. Our unique place in the market, combined with our partnership approach, depth of experience and well-invested systems, enables us to support investment managers through the challenges of changing market and investor needs, and, as a result, help them to enhance returns, minimise costs and mitigate their risks. Job Description Our Fund Solutions business is looking for a Investment Operations Analyst to join our team in the Leeds office. The business is building an Investment Operations function that will support the centralisation of a range of activities that cover the full life-cycle of an investment fund. The Leeds team will help establish this "hub and spoke" model which includes building and collaborating with a team based in Mumbai as well as delivering high quality outputs to the business teams located across Europe. The team will focus on tasks such as monitoring Fund and Asset activities, managing the production of Regulatory Reporting, monitoring and investigating investor trends and oversight of the relevant end-to-end processes. This role will incorporate the project work to centralise existing tasks and activities, the creation of the "hub and spoke" model and eventually evolve into an oversight and quality assurance responsibility. The roles will suit people with a strong background in Investment Funds and Reporting. Candidates should be comfortable with using some of the industry standard tools available to deliver regulatory reporting such as MIFID/PRIIPS transaction costs, Cost Transparency and AIFMD Annex IV reporting. Day to day you will: Ensure all Link Fund Solution funds have accurate and timely calculations relevant to MIFID and PRIIPS regulation, Cost Transparency and AIFMD Annex IV reporting and others as required by the business Act as a subject matter expert in relation to all aspects of regulatory reporting the team are responsible for to support any queries received from internal and external stakeholders Ensure all procedures are maintained and reflect updates brought about from internal policy or regulation changes Support and review business process and system changes, ensuring business accuracy around all documentation and impacts to regulatory reporting processes Develop and maintain relationships with Link Fund Solutions internal teams (e.g. Relationship Management, Client Services, IT, Transfer Agency, Oversight, Finance, Compliance, Product and Change Delivery) Develop and maintain relationships with third party system and service providers ensuring knowledge of service and system changes are understood and impacts assessed against current procedures Contribute to the project to create a "hub and spoke" operating model, acting as a subject matter expert in relevant areas as the larger team is established. Qualifications Essential Knowledge of UK fund legislation, Fund Administration and Transfer Agency and the regulatory environment Excellent working knowledge of Microsoft applications (e.g. Word, Outlook, PowerPoint) Intermediate to advanced knowledge of Microsoft Excel Excellent verbal and written communication Excellent analytical skills with particular focus on investment / market data The ability to work to strict deadlines whilst maintaining a high level of accuracy Proven ability to operate independently and take the initiative Desirable Knowledge of MIFID II, PRIIPS, AIFMD and CTI reporting frameworks Relevant regulatory exams (e.g. IOC, IMC) Microsoft Power BI Additional Information Link Group?s purpose statement ?Together we achieve? reflects how much we value working together: with each other; with our clients; and with third parties, to help everyone achieve success - both personal and professional We have an ongoing commitment to career progression, training and education as well as a competitive compensation and benefits package that under pins this. At Link, you?ll find we support achievement and celebrate success. So, if you want to be a part of this, click the ?I?m Interested? or Apply button?

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Leeds (uk)

Found in Reed - and advisory services to local authorities, police and fire bodies, NHS organisations, central government As an Audit Assistant Manager you will be managing some audits and also leading aspects of more complex and large audits. You will be working predominantly on public sector clients. You may be a technical specialist in one or more complex knowledge areas and may be requested to stand in for more senior managers from time to time. Mazars and the public sector The public sector is a strategic market for Mazars, which means that it is a priority area for our investment and growth. We provide audit, assurance and advisory services to local authorities, police and fire bodies, NHS organisations, central government bodies and NDPBs, social housing organisations, universities, colleges and schools. The public services audit team works with local government, health and central government entities. The scale of our clients? activities includes revenues that range from over 1.5 billion up to under 50m. For local government entities, Public Sector Audit Appointments commissions our work as external audit supplier. In the health sector we directly engage with individual CCGs and Trusts. The firm is a framework supplier on several public sector audit frameworks, including that let by the National Audit Office. The Position ? Assisting and advising the audit team on the formulation of audit strategy and planning. ? Showing vision, strategic perspective and focus on the achievement of longer term goals. ? Leading and supervising an audit team, allocating work to team members and ensuring the team complete work to   quality standards and in a timely manner. ? Providing on the job training to assistants and seniors. ? Managing and controlling audit assignments from planning through to finalisation of reports in line with agreed   timescales. ? Controlling time spent and monitoring actual time with the budget. ? Considering the needs and skills of those under supervision organising tasks and responsibilities. ? Reviewing the work of seniors and providing informal feedback throughout the fieldwork stage. ? Acting as a point of contact for engagement leads and clients, ensuring both are kept fully informed of any issues   arising and the progress of the audit. ? Building strong working relationships with the client, ensuring any problems or requests are dealt with promptly. ? Responding to the needs of clients and staff. ? Ensuring that clients are billed according to agreed billing plans. ? Assisting with business development by working with audit colleagues in other Mazars offices and colleagues in other   service lines. ? Identifying and capitalising on opportunities and prospects for new work. Person Specification ? Qualified accountant ? CIPFA, ACA, ACCA, CA (or equivalent) with some post qualification experience (essential) ? Experience of managing the delivery of external audit to public sector bodies under the NAO Code of Audit Practice or   the Audit Commission Code (essential) ? Essential experience should include local government and NHS (including NHS foundation trusts). ? As the position involves client contact, the person must be able to present a professional image to the firm?s clients. ? Experience of managing teams. ? Excellent written and oral presentation skills required. ? A desire to help grow and develop the business and the team. ? Ability to develop new initiatives and methodologies. ? Ability to identify issues thought sound analysis and application of commercial acumen in all situations. ? Ability to express ideas with authority and conviction through verbal and written communication. ? Ability to develop self and others.

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Glasgow (uk)

Found in Reed - following a brain injury right through to independent living or residential care for those individuals About The Role There are two units on our Murdostoun site: the brain injury rehabilitation centre and a neurological care centre. We offer a range of services from specialist rehabilitation in the months immediately following a brain injury right through to independent living or residential care for those individuals with other neurological conditions such as Parkinson?s Disease or Motor Neurone Disease.We at The Huntercombe Group are looking for a Support Worker / Healthcare Assistant To assist nursing staff in providing high quality individualised care to a clearly defined group of patients / residents, relatives and carers. To work and act as a key member of the team, supporting each patient / resident in achievement of their planned outcomes. Key Accountabilities With regular supervision and support from nursing staff To assist the nursing team with the assessment of individual patient / resident needs, planning, delivery and evaluation of care for a number of individuals or groups of patients / residents, including following the clinical risk assessment plan. To exercise a reasonable and agreed degree of professional autonomy and make judgements and decisions in order to satisfy the expectations and demands of the job. To undertake clinical work related tasks as delegated by senior nursing staff, following appropriate training and assessment of competency. To undertake clinical supervision to further develop competence and clinical practice. To liaise effectively with all stakeholders in the care process, including carers and relatives, aspiring to provide an effective, seamless and integrated service to patients / residents. To maintain accurate, legible records of care provided, based upon the care plan incorporating all relevant communication and liaison. To maintain and update relevant knowledge and skills, maintain a professional portfolio and participate in further training as appropriate, in order to enhance quality of care for patients / residents and carers. To comply with the Huntercombe Group Health and Safety Policies and Protocols in order to contribute to safe working practices. To protect vulnerable adults / children from internal/external elements and act as a Patient / resident Advocate. Communication and Relationship Skills Communicates with clarity in confidence in a variety of situations, relays information accurately to staff Is actively involved in meeting own and team objectives through encouraging and supporting others. Participates in discussions and debates and staff meetings offering views. Participate in the process of positively supporting and inspiring colleagues within the service to improve standards and quality and to develop professional practice. Communicate all relevant issues pertaining to care. Clinical Obligations If Statutory/Professional Registration is a requirement of this role it must be maintained at all times. Responsibility to maintain continuous professional development in order to meet requirements of professional registration. To work within the boundaries of your relevant Professional Code of Conduct. Adherence to national guidance and best practice evidence on Infection Control. Compliance with the Huntercombe Group clinical polices and those adopted. Participation in the Huntercombe Group clinical governance work programmes. About You Please take a look at our progressive and rewarding benefits package ? Employee Assistance Programme (EAP) ? Maternity leave at 3 month?s full pay and 3 month?s half pay, (up to a max salary of 50k) ? 2 week?s paid paternity leave ? Shared parental leave, matching the maternity leave benefit ? A thorough Induction Programme tailored to the hospital where you will be working ? Clear pay structure, with competitive rates ? Generous annual leave entitlement ? Sick pay of 4 weeks full pay and 4 weeks half pay ? The opportunity to participate in a company contributory pension scheme with up to 3% matching contributions ? Death in service benefit equivalent to 2 x salary ? A range of staff discounts ? Continuing Professional Development (CPD) About The Company Huntercombe Group are one the leading specialist healthcare providers, with hospital and centres throughout England and Scotland, delivering wide ranging services in adult mental health and learning disabilities, specialist brain injury, child and adult mental health services (CAMHS) including eating disorders and social care for children with special needs. Our aspiration is to nurture the world, one person at a time and that?s why everything we do is designed to provide the best care and recovery for our patients and residents We?re proud to have recruited some of the most experienced doctors, nurses and therapists in their fields and alongside our supportive stable Management structure we hope that it?s you that can help make a difference to our excellent teams and workforce.

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Liverpool (uk)

Found in Reed - independence and confidence Working with service users in a recovery-focused way in line with their support Creative Support is a non-profit provider of person centred care and support to older people, people with learning disabilities, mental health needs, and autism spectrum conditions. We are recruiting Support Workers for our Supported Living services for people with mental health needs in Toxteth, Netherley and the City Centre in Liverpool. We are recruiting a motivated, warm individual for the role of Support Worker to provide person-centred care and support to people with mental health needs at our services in Liverpool. Your role will include: Providing practical and emotional support to service users in line with Personal Support Plans Identifying and accessing opportunities with service users to gain independence and confidence Working with service users in a recovery-focused way in line with their support and risk management plans Collaborating with service users, families, and involved professionals to provide a consistent and coordinated service that maximises outcomes for service users Experience of working with people with mental health needs is essential. A clean driving licence and access to a car is beneficial. This position offers the opportunity to work in an environment that challenges and encourages personal and professional development. Creative Support has obtained Investors in People Silver status and you will receive ongoing training regarding the client group you work with, managerial qualifications, and up-to-date training regarding changes to the law governing social care.

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Edinburgh (uk)

Found in Reed - is not a current PVG member for the required regulatory group (i.e. child and/or adult) then an application NHS Lothian is committed to encouraging equality and diversity among our workforce, and eliminating unlawful discrimination. The aim is for our workforce to be truly representative and for each employee to feel respected and able to give their best. To this end, NHS Lothian welcomes applications from all sections of society. ***PLEASE NOTE: We cannot accept late applications so please ensure your application is submitted early*** For further information on what is included in the role and what skills/experience are being looked for, click on the links at the bottom of the screen to the job description and person specification. If after reading this information you have any questions please contact Louise Fegan Tel. This post requires the post holder to have a PVG Scheme membership/ record. If the post holder is not a current PVG member for the required regulatory group (i.e. child and/or adult) then an application will need to be made to Disclosure Scotland and deemed satisfactory before they can begin in post. As part of a multidisciplinary team the post holder will have responsibility for assessment of care needs, evaluation of care plans, ensuring the delivery of high quality care to patients. In the absence of the ward manager the post holder will have continuing responsibility for the management of a ward area including supervision and deployment of staff. The post holder has responsibility and accountability for maintaining both clinical and staff governance.

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London (uk)

Found in Reed - to shape the future of the organisation and develop exciting new ways of engaging with client members Chief Executive Officer / Charity Director Youth / Education charity Permanent 48k - 52k West London Are you an exceptional leader? Do you thrive in delivering results with a social impact? Have you worked within education, employability or social mobility environments? We are currently working with a small and inspirational education charity who are making incredible impact with their youth employability programmes across London. This is an exciting opportunity to join at a time where you will be able to shape the future of the organisation and develop exciting new ways of engaging with client members. Experienced required: Financial management of c 550k Extensive experience - at a senior level - of working in a delivery environment Partnerships development / fundraising experience Charity Governance Developing new internal policies Background in social mobility / employability / career development or apprenticeships would be highly advantageous Managing a team of delivery focused individuals This role needs an individual who is highly driven, commercially minded and can pivot quickly between operational, strategy and partnership development duties

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London (uk)

Found in Reed - to shape the future of the organisation and develop exciting new ways of engaging with client members Chief Executive Officer / Charity Director Youth / Education charity Permanent 48k - 52k West London Are you an exceptional leader? Do you thrive in delivering results with a social impact? Have you worked within education, employability or social mobility environments? We are currently working with a small and inspirational education charity who are making incredible impact with their youth employability programmes across London. This is an exciting opportunity to join at a time where you will be able to shape the future of the organisation and develop exciting new ways of engaging with client members. Experienced required: Financial management of c 550k Extensive experience - at a senior level - of working in a delivery environment Partnerships development / fundraising experience Charity Governance Developing new internal policies Background in social mobility / employability / career development or apprenticeships would be highly advantageous Managing a team of delivery focused individuals This role needs an individual who is highly driven, commercially minded and can pivot quickly between operational, strategy and partnership development duties

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Manchester (uk)

Found in Reed - organisations) to develop a detailed understanding of their R&D activities and conduct independent data STEM Executive - Scientific Consultancy Services Sector: Scientific R&amp;D grant applications Salary: 20000 - 22000 Location: Manchester City Centre Seeking a Science or Engineering graduate who is looking for a business career within the STEM sector? Our client are a financial consultancy who provide outsourced solutions to businesses operating within the Scientific and Technology sector. They are looking for a recent Science or Engineering graduate (or with equivalent industry experience) who is passionate about science and technology but who wants to work in a business/commercial environment rather than at the bench. This role will involve desk research to generate detailed technical &amp; financial reports in support of the clients Research and Development activities. It will involve working closely with clients (mainly SME organisations) to develop a detailed understanding of their R&amp;D activities and conduct independent data gathering and reporting. The successful candidate will have excellent desk research skills, good attention to detail, analytical<br>umeracy skills, strong communication (oral and written) and somebody who enjoys dealing with customers. Specific duties will involve: · Liaising with innovative start-ups and scale ups in the UK, gaining a deep understanding of funding schemes and government funding options. · Liaising with founders and directors of scientific &amp; tech-start-ups to understand their technology advancements and funding challenges. · To learn about accounting principles and how HMRC?s R&amp;D Tax Credits scheme works. · Researching the market and keeping up to date with industry trends. · Liaising with clients face-to-face, over the phone and in-person. · Producing spreadsheets and written reports in a timely manner. The successful candidate will be a confident, independent self-starter who loves finding new ways of engaging clients. You will have excellent verbal and written communication skills. A degree in science or computer science/software, engineering or related is essential (2:1 or higher preferred). In return, the company offers a generous salary, excellent benefits package, opportunities for career development and an excellent training program. For additional information please contact Richard Taylor

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Nottingham (uk)

Found in Reed - questions is yes, then I would be very keen to speak with you! My client, a leading independent CRO who Are you an accredited Health &amp; Safety professional? Do you have over 5 years? experience in a Laboratory based environment? Do you have a Science or Engineering degree? If the answer to these three questions is yes, then I would be very keen to speak with you! My client, a leading independent CRO who placed in the top 10 of this year?s Pharma Fast 50, have a brand-new opportunity to join the business as Health &amp; Safety Manager. The role is responsible for ensuring all work they undertake is completed to current legislation, delivered safely and all their employees, customers and members of the public are not exposed to any health or safety issues as a result of the work they complete and deliver. Due to the nature of the role, travel between our Loughborough and Nottingham sites will be required. If you are looking to make a real impact in a growing Chemical Research company, then send your CV today.

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Glasgow (uk)

Found in Reed - Our client are a local independent firm of Chartered Accountants in Glasgow, with around 20 members Our client are a local independent firm of Chartered Accountants in Glasgow, with around 20 members of staff. They are currently recruiting for an Accounts &amp; Audit Manager to join the team due to recent growth. Their client base ranges from individual tax clients to limited companies with annual turnovers of over 30 million The role will be split with a 70% Audit focus to it. The successful candidate will have full management of audit process from planning to completion The successful candidate will be ICAS or ACCA qualified and have a minimum of 2 years experience managing audits, you will also have working knowledge of UK GAAP and International Auditing Standards (UK and Ireland) Should you be based in Glasgow or in the local area and be looking for a new Accounts &amp; Audit Manager opportunity then please apply below! Should you be interested in discussing this role and opportunity in more detail then please contact Will Langdon at Clark Wood

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Sunderland (uk)

Found in Reed - Working to empower to people with a range of care needs to live independent and fulfilling lives Working to empower to people with a range of care needs to live independent and fulfilling lives, Creative Support is committed to helping our clients recognize their strengths, abilities and personal resources. As an employer of over 5,100 staff members, we work nationally to provide responsive and individually tailored support to service users with a wide range of disabilities and support requirements. Our services in the Sunderland area provide care to a diverse range of support types including learning disabilities and mental health relating to communication. To provide this care we require warm, motivated and person centred individuals with a keen interest in providing personalized support to meet individual care plans. Previous experience within a care role is an essential requirement for this role. Additionally, new starters must attend mandatory induction courses before commencing work within our services.

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Newcastle (uk)

Found in Reed - with a view of approval via stage gate governance. Ability to put together Business Requirements Definition Tesco Underwriting require an experienced Business Analyst to join an existing project team who are part way through a major digital transformation project that affects the way we support our customers during a claim. This is a great opportunity to work as part of the team to support the Senior Project Manager on a vast programme. This great opportunity will give you exposure to a large scale programme, with senior and executive exposure and project delivery. Main Responsibilities as Business Analyst: Consulting with Business &amp; IT stakeholders to analyse, elicit and obtain sign off for requirements or change requests with a view of approval via stage gate governance. Ability to put together Business Requirements Definition Documents and Requirements Traceability Matrices that translate into the expected solution that meets the requirements within. Support Lead Business Analysts by owning the administrative duties regarding business requirements, such as updating, version control and issuance. Ensuring that the relevant documentation is complete and up to date in order to progress through stage gate governance. Influencing and communicating effectively with key stakeholders to produce analysis and design deliverables to the required Tesco Underwriting standard guidance. Analysis and clear documenting of existing and future business flows, system flows, processes, workflow and data mapping. Ownership and coordination of meetings and sessions that seek to obtain requirement clarification and clear path to resolving design queries that aide solution design. Problem solving and triaging project defects and production incidents. Support Project Management and IT development teams by sharing Motor Claims and IT knowledge and experience. Coordinating User Acceptance Testing between Business and IT as well as creating and tracking scripts and Issues/Defects Logs Managing key risks which impact my work and my business area, ensuring my manager and key stakeholders area aware of any risks, or potential risks Skills and experience you need as a Business Analyst: Proven track record of providing quality analysis output and expertise in business-driven projects using different methodologies e.g. Agile and Waterfall. Self driven and motivated to work individually and as part of a team. Running analysis and requirement query workshops as well as effective documenting of requirements. Experience of working on projects with multiple internal and external stakeholders and suppliers. Experience of working in financial services specifically in the motor claims line of business is desirable. At Tesco Underwriting we value our customers, but we also value you! Flexible annual bonus 25 days? holiday rising to 27 days (with the option to buy additional days each year). Private Medical Insurance Competitive pension scheme A selection of flexible benefits to suit your lifestyle including discounts on Tesco products as well as other retailers. Lots more..... About #TescoUnderwriting Tesco Underwriting (TU) is a partnership between Ageas (UK) and Tesco Bank, with Ageas (UK) owning 50.1% and Tesco Bank 49.9%. Our primary focus is to underwrite Tesco Bank branded car and home insurance policies, and provide an exceptional claims service to our 1.5 million customers. We operate independently from either of our shareholders with our own board of directors, governance processes and management team. Our customer?s needs are at the heart of our business and central to everything we do. We?re proud of our values driven and people-focused culture that delivers exceptional standards of work. We look for people who?ll live our values, our culture and deliver to a high standard. It?s not just what we do; it?s the way we do it that really matters to us Want to be part of a Winning Team? Come and join Tesco Underwriting. Click on the ?Apply button? to be considered for our Business Analyst opportunity at Tesco Underwriting in Newcastle. INDLP

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Leeds (uk)

Found in Reed - and lead finance team members by clarifying roles and providing helpful feedback Suggest updates WHO ARE WE? 15ten15 are currently recruiting on behalf of one of the region?s leading businesses for a qualified Financial Controller based in Leeds. WHAT WE?RE LOOKING FOR Role and Responsibilities: Create monthly and annual reports to identify results, trends, and financial forecasts Lead the finance team in line with agreed weekly priorities Group Consolidated reporting delivered on time Oversee all company accounts and investments Manage cash flow by tracking transactions and regularly reviewing internal reports Supervise and manage financial department staff, including accountants and financial assistants Motivate and lead finance team members by clarifying roles and providing helpful feedback Suggest updates and improvements for accounting systems, including payroll and invoicing Ensure that all financial transactions are properly recorded, filed, and reported Establish and implement financial reporting systems to comply with government regulations and legislation Develop budgets and financial plans for the company based on research and data reports Review all financial plans and budgets regularly to look for cost reduction opportunities Ensure VAT return compliance is delivered Manage cash flow by tracking transactions and regularly reviewing internal reports Motivate and lead finance team members by clarifying roles and providing helpful feedback Collaborate with auditing services to ensure proper compliance with all regulations Review all financial plans and budgets regularly to look for cost reduction opportunities Examine all financial reports and data closely to check for discrepancies THE IDEAL CANDIDATE Skills Required: Qualified ACCA/CIMA accountant Experience of Microsoft tools including MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Share point Strong verbal and written skills Working knowledge of SAGE 200, preferred Strong organisational skills Committed to hitting strict reporting deadlines while maintaining accuracy

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Plymouth (uk)

Found in Reed - We are looking for independent self-motivated people to work from home on a part-time or full-time We are looking for independent self-motivated people to work from home on a part-time or full-time basis. The role is to develop a small number of regular re-ordering customers. The duties are a mixture of marketing, sales and customer service with the focus on customer retention. There is no requirement for cold calling. This is an independent income opportunity, not a job or employment. The initial income is based on client orders, but after a month or two provides a consistent income from regular re-orders. It would be ideal to start part-time, but can be developed to provide a full-time income. The bigger and longer term income is a commission on team members. It is a very International business, so you are by no means limited to the UK. Along with marketing or sales experience, you will need to have excellent communication skills - capable of talking to people at all levels. This role would suit somebody who enjoys meeting people, who can work without supervision and is keen to succeed. Skills / Experience * Interested in helping others improve lifestyle * Good at building relationships * Good at networking with other people * Good Social Media Facebook, Instagram and Twitter) * Able to work without supervision * Self-motivated * Independent * Ambitious * Keen to learn To a large extent your background isn?t important, although experience in the Internet and Social Media (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram) would be an advantage. The main thing is to have the motivation to work without supervision, to have a positive attitude, to be willing to learn and the drive to become successful. We will provide extensive initial training and ongoing training and support.

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Sheffield (uk)

Found in Reed - range of needs. With a strong history of over twenty five years helping individuals to live independent Creative Support is a national not-for-profit organisation providing support to people with a wide range of needs. With a strong history of over twenty five years helping individuals to live independent and fulfilling lives, we ensure that our clients enjoy opportunities for personal development and engaging within their local communities. We are looking for Community Care and Support Workers to join our team providing support to people with learning disabilities and mental health needs at our dual diagnosis service in Sheffield. You will provide individual person-centred care and support to enable adults with mental health needs or/and a learning disability to live as independently as possible in their own home. You will engage with service users and build trusting, therapeutic relationships. Your role will include visiting service users in their own homes or in other settings and offering support to develop or maintain their daily living skills. Practical and emotional support will be offered to encourage the service users to remain as independent as possible in areas of personal care, medication concordance, budgeting, bill paying, menu planning and meal preparation, shopping, laundry, attending appointments and finding and accessing activities and services within the local community. You will work closely with family members, other professionals and agencies to provide a co-ordinated personalised service which meets the identified needs of individuals, promotes their recovery and maintains their quality of life. We are looking to recruit people who enjoy a challenging and rewarding job and who wish to develop through the training packages that we offer. Car driver essential - you will be paid for contracted hours and not per visit and will receive a mileage allowance for the use of your own vehicle. Creative Support also offers a wide range of benefits such as: ? Full and part time hours ? QCF Diploma in Health and Social Care Level 2,3 or 5 ? Free life assurance ? Pension with company contribution ? A range of employee discounts

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Newcastle (uk)

Found in Reed - (or equivalent) who has practical experience and is able to independently complete year end accounts for partner Delighted to be advertising on behalf of a prestigious accountancy firm that provides an array of services across the UK from their base in Newcastle. They are looking to appoint an Accounts Senior (or equivalent) who has practical experience and is able to independently complete year end accounts for partner review. Whether you are qualified, qualified by experience or working towards your professional exams we are happy to consider all and support will be provided for those studying. We are looking for someone who has spent a reasonable amount of their career working in an accountancy firm, confident with their year end accounts delivery. Working in a relatively small team your primary responsibility with regular client communication will be the completion of statutory year end accounts for small to medium sized businesses across the UK and local. Your work will also see you involved in elements of bookkeeping to support other members in the team. Furthermore some clients request monthly management accounts and an awareness of KPI?s which will provide further variety to your role. Customer service is paramount in a role such as this and with a small team we are looking for someone with a positive can-do attitude and one who can take the initiative, making decisions when required. We are seeking an individual with a commercial mind, who can think independently, challenge and question when needed and really understand what the numbers tell you about a business. This will enable you to provide a first class comprehensive service to your clients. This role would be well suited for those who like an element of responsibility and independence with regular exposure to clients. We would look for a minimum of 2 years practical experience ( in an accountancy firm) and an equivalent of AAT Level 4 as a minimum. The firm provide a comprehensive benefits package and competitive salary along with a career development plan.

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Birmingham (uk)

Found in Reed - experience The company Our clients are a highly respected and trusted independent building consultancy. All Commercial Building Surveyor - Birmingham and West Midlands Salary: Competitive Dependent upon experience The company Our clients are a highly respected and trusted independent building consultancy. All of their surveyors are members of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) and their engineers are members of the Institution of Structural Engineers (IStructE) or Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE). Their philosophy is to provide a full service, offering specialist expertise from one company. This reduces customers? costs significantly when compared to buying the individual services from various sources. They have quality and experienced engineers who undertake initial diagnosis, plus cost control throughout the life of a claim. They have up-to-date IT systems and embrace changes in technology as this not only boosts employee morale but shines through to clients too. This provides their customers with an unbeatable service that helps maintain their position as market leaders. The Role Opportunity Our client would like to hear from ambitious Midlands-based chartered building surveyors interested in joining a well-established, independent and growing firm of property professionals. The role They are looking for someone to support them with carrying out a wide range of commercial survey work. This will include landlord and tenant work, contract administration, reinstatement cost assessments and commercial building surveys. You will join a nationwide, multi-disciplined team and will have support from surveyors and structural engineers with a diverse range of expertise. They offer the option to work closely with clients and get involved with sourcing new business, with potential for mentoring and developing a team if that is something you are interested in. Being an independent company, they have the flexibility to design a package to meet your needs. Whether you want flexible working, the chance to try something different or even the opportunity to become a partner in the company, for the right person, they can make it work The person They are looking for a Midlands-based surveyor looking to build on their existing commercial survey experience within a growing firm. You need to be chartered with the RICS and be able to commit to delivering an excellent service to clients. You need to have strong attention to detail and be confident in carrying out commercial survey work independently to a high standard. You will have experience of: A broad range of commercial work for example: dilapidations, schedules of condition, contract administration, acquisition surveys and technical due diligence, preparing and presenting technically robust reports, providing clear, concise, justified conclusions, working independently and within a team structure, liaising with clients, both verbally and through written correspondence. A full UK driving licence is required. What?s on offer ? Competitive salary An excellent performance-related bonus scheme A diverse role with excellent opportunities for career progression: partnership is a possibility for the right person A supportive network of in-house professionals Flexible and generous packages to suit you. If this opportunity sounds like the one for you please get into touch without delay! Important Information: We endeavour to process your personal data in a fair and transparent manner. In applying for this role, Additional Resources will be acting in your best interest and may contact you in relation to the role, either by email, phone or text message. For more information see our Privacy Policy on our website. It is important you are aware of your individual rights and the provisions the company has put in place to protect your data. If you would like further information on the policy or GDPR please contact us. Additional Resources Ltd is an Employment Business and an Employment Agency as defined within The Conduct of Employment Agencies &amp; Employment Businesses Regulations 2003

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Birmingham (uk)

Found in Reed - Get to work for the UK?s leading independent provider of mental health care in a 24-bed hospital Get to work for the UK?s leading independent provider of mental health care in a 24-bed hospital rated ?good? by the CQC, located in Edgbaston, Birmingham. Are you a senior health professional or seasoned Ward Manager ready to take more responsibility and want to progress your career with a supportive employer? Or are you already an established Mental Health Nurse Manager or Director of Clinical Services looking to gain experience of working with a specific client group in a larger hospital? Do you want to work with a really skilled and diverse multi-disciplinary team? Perhaps you want a clear career pathway to become a Hospital Director? If you have answered ?yes? to any of these questions, then this is worth exploring. Operia is representing a world-renowned and the UK?s leading independent provider of mental health care services to search for and headhunt a Director of Clinical Services to join their senior management team at a hospital that offers rehabilitation and recovery services for females with complex mental health needs, including schizophrenia and bipolar disorders. The Director of Clinical Services must be a Registered Mental Health Nurse (RMN) and forms part of the hospital senior management team, reporting directly into the Hospital Director. They are responsible for the operations of the clinical services that include nursing and therapy. The post holder will ensure the highest level of patient care is provided to all patients. The Director of Clinical Services plays a key role in developing the hospital strategy, providing operational and clinical leadership to the team. The successful candidate will: Promote an effective working relationship across the hospital. Provide leadership, organisation, and coordination to ensure effective clinical governance Manage the delivery of clinical services, business plan ensuring the effective and efficient management and control of staff, recruitment, e-roster, budgets, and equipment. Be responsible for implementing effective clinical interventions and ensures that treatment is designed to enhance the operation and quality of clinical services and is aligned to best practices. Ensure compliance with statutory regulations and current legislation, meeting quality standards, and delivering against quality and performance indicators. For your dedication and hard work, you will be rewarded with excellent CPD and training opportunities within this service, and funded and accredited training opportunities will be available and agreed as part of the role too. If you would like a more detailed job description, would like an informal conversation with us, or if you already think this sounds like your next job, please get in touch with Ryan Allen at Operia, or hit apply on this ad.

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Kent (uk)

Found in Reed - Attenti Consulting are working with an outstanding Independent Fostering Agency to recruit Attenti Consulting are working with an outstanding Independent Fostering Agency to recruit a Fostering Operations Manager. The Operations Manager is a key appointment for the organisation and applicants should have extensive fostering management experience. The role is based in the the south east and is easily accessible via road and rail links. MAIN PURPOSE OF ROLE - OPERATIONS MANAGER (South East) The Operaions Manager is responsible for supporting the Head of Fostering in leading and developing a high performing region offering operational excellence, continuous improvement and financial performance. Ensuring consistent quality assurance whilst working at all times within Government legislation, regulations and Fostering National Minimum standards. ESSENTIAL DUTIES - OPERATIONS MANAGER (South East) To deliver an efficient, effective and high quality service to stakeholders and external regulators To lead and support that quality service so fulfilling the Company business objectives and performance targets Provide positive and dynamic Leadership and Management to the Fostering Service Team, creating a well skilled, trained and motivated workforce KEY ACTIVITIES - OPERATIONS MANAGER (South East) To operate in accordance with relevant childcare and fostering legislation and ensure that all service delivery within the agency exceeds the national minimum standards To create business opportunities and lead in the development of the region To meet or exceed financial performance targets by building both quality placements and carer volume. To maximise profit growth by controlling costs within the business/region To manage and retain current business by anticipating and exceeding customer and carer expectations To ensure that all opportunities to gain new business are maximised To develop, strengthen and strive to continuously improve customer relationships with key LA customers To work as a part of a Regional Management team, contributing to the shape and success of the organisation following a Quality Assurance lifecycle To oversee and support the recruitment of prospective Foster Carers ensuring that customer need and placement demand is understood, and is effectively translated into the agency?s recruitment and assessment plans To undertake the role and responsibility of Agency Decision Maker in relation to Fostering panel and Review panels To provide highly effective quality Management support for the business/region?s on call rota Attenti Consulting is acting as an Employment Agency in relation to this vacancy.

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Plymouth (uk)

Found in Reed - perspective. Embedding lean governance operating models, valuing ownership, responsiveness, predictability Retail Project Manager - Fixed term - 6 Months The Range originated in the markets of the Southwest where Chris Dawson started business in 1980 as an open air market trader. The Range has since grown with the company opening the first ?superstore? in Plymouth in 1989. The fastest growing non-food retailer in the UK, the business now has over 180 stores open across the UK and Ireland, offering over 65,000 products across multiple departments and employing over 11,000 colleagues. The Range is recognised for its unique variety, and for offering affordable quality in its range of products. The Range concept is to offer ?budget to mid-price? home, leisure and garden products, drawing together everything that could be needed for the stylish home at affordable prices. The Role: We are seeking to appoint an exceptional Project Manager on an initial 6-month fixed term contact. Are you looking for a new challenge where your input can make a difference to thousands of colleagues &amp; customers? You?ll be responsible for driving the creation of a project plan to meet exciting and challenging business objectives. Who are we looking for? You will be a strong Retail Project Manager with a proven track record of project delivery using appropriate project methodology and lifecycle. You will ideally have a track record of successfully managing Retail projects that deliver value to the business; and must have excellent interpersonal and communication skills. A strong background in compiling project plans across multiple functions into one overall perspective. Embedding lean governance operating models, valuing ownership, responsiveness, predictability and transparent delivery over pre-prepared project reporting. Able to accurately predict financial costs &amp; savings of projects. Establishing effective review and reporting tools &amp; processes i.e. dashboards, plans &amp; roadmaps Extensive experience in liaising with stakeholders and delivering successful change initiatives Knowledge of how to overcome obstacles; negotiate win-win solutions between interested parties; and manage relationships and expectations Proven self-starter, able to work independently and prioritise their own and other people?s input High level of computer literacy, especially top-level MS office ability.

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Kent (uk)

Found in Reed - Attenti Consulting are working with an outstanding Independent Fostering Agency to recruit Attenti Consulting are working with an outstanding Independent Fostering Agency to recruit a Fostering Team Manager. The Team Manager is a key appointment for the organisation and applicants should have extensive fostering management experience. The role is based in South East England and is easily accessible via road and rail links. MAIN PURPOSE OF ROLE - TEAM MANAGER (South East) The Team Manager is responsible for supporting the Head of Fostering in leading and developing a high performing region offering operational excellence, continuous improvement and financial performance. Ensuring consistent quality assurance whilst working at all times within Government legislation, regulations and Fostering National Minimum standards. ESSENTIAL DUTIES - TEAM MANAGER (South East) To deliver an efficient, effective and high quality service to stakeholders and external regulators To lead and support that quality service so fulfilling the Company business objectives and performance targets Provide positive and dynamic Leadership and Management to the Fostering Service Team, creating a well skilled, trained and motivated workforce KEY ACTIVITIES - TEAM MANAGER (South East) To operate in accordance with relevant childcare and fostering legislation and ensure that all service delivery within the agency exceeds the national minimum standards To create business opportunities and lead in the development of the region To meet or exceed financial performance targets by building both quality placements and carer volume. To maximise profit growth by controlling costs within the business/region To manage and retain current business by anticipating and exceeding customer and carer expectations To ensure that all opportunities to gain new business are maximised To develop, strengthen and strive to continuously improve customer relationships with key LA customers To work as a part of a Regional Management team, contributing to the shape and success of the organisation following a Quality Assurance lifecycle To oversee and support the recruitment of prospective Foster Carers ensuring that customer need and placement demand is understood, and is effectively translated into the agency?s recruitment and assessment plans To undertake the role and responsibility of Agency Decision Maker in relation to Fostering panel and Review panels To provide highly effective quality Management support for the business/region?s on call rota Attenti Consulting is acting as an Employment Agency in relation to this vacancy.

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Glasgow (uk)

Found in Reed - of services within the sector. This will include liaison with independent contractors. You will have This is a fixed term post for 6 months. As overall manager of the business support team in the sector or designated part of Community Primary Care Services within the Sector, you will be required to undertake the operational management of all health bases ensuring a safe working environment for patients, visitors and staff and will contribute to the overall delivery, strategic development and evaluation of services within the sector. This will include liaison with independent contractors. You will have management responsibility and be accountable for the development and provision of the administrative service within the sector, ensuring implementation of NHS systems, to maintain effective support to all services and staff, management team and clinicians thereby facilitating the delivery of effective patient care. You will be required to provide effective leadership and management for allocated business support staff (administration, clerical and caretaker staff) within the sector. Oversee provision of business support to the sector management team. You will work with other sector staff to ensure the effective discharge of their responsibilities relating to information governance, data protection, freedom of information, incident reports / reviews, non-clinical complaints, office systems You should be educated to Degree level or have equivalent practical experience in business administration which demonstrates ability to work at this level. You should also have significant experience of managing staff within a multi-site setting. The hours of this post are worked Monday to Friday 8.30am to 4.30pm. Informal Contact: Christine Murphy, Service Manager Older People and Primary Care on Details on how to contact the Recruitment Service can be found within the Candidate Information Packs .

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Liverpool (uk)

Found in Reed - opportunities with service users to gain independence and confidence Supervising staff and managing staff Creative Support is a non-profit provider of person centred care and support to older people, people with learning disabilities, mental health needs, and autism spectrum conditions. We are recruiting an experienced practitioner for the role of Senior Support Worker to provide person-centred care and support to people with mental health needs at our service in Liverpool. Your role will include: Providing practical and emotional support to service users in line with Personal Support Plans Identifying and accessing opportunities with service users to gain independence and confidence Supervising staff and managing staff resources efficiently to meet the needs of the service Collaborating with service users, families, and involved professionals to provide a consistent and coordinated service that maximises outcomes for service users A minimum of two years? experience of providing care and support to people with mental health needs is essential for this role. It is desirable that you have experience of supporting and supervising a staff team. A clean driving licence and access to a car is beneficial. You are expected to work flexibly on a rota to meet the needs of the service, including evenings, weekends, sleep-ins, and bank holidays. This position offers the opportunity to work in an environment that challenges and encourages personal and professional development. Creative Support has obtained Investors in People Silver status and you will receive ongoing training regarding the client group you work with, managerial qualifications, and up-to-date training regarding changes to the law governing social care.

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Kent (uk)

Found in Reed - Head of Housing Operations, Kent Our client is a fast-growing independent Registered Provider Head of Housing Operations, Kent Our client is a fast-growing independent Registered Provider of affordable rental accommodations. Their portfolio is primarily situated across South London boroughs with a variety of property types totalling to approximately 400 sites. The main crux of this position is to take full ownership in leading the strategy of the organisation?s development, asset management and housing operations. As Head of Housing Operations you will: Assist with wider strategic and business planning of the organisation. Work closely with the Chief Executive and Finance and Resources Director to define the future of the organisation. Take responsibility for issues regarding development, asset management and housing operations. Ensure that all properties are compliant, repairs are carried out swiftly and properties are well-maintained. Bring drive and innovation to all managed services. The Head of Housing Ops will have the following responsibilities in each of the following areas: Strategic Planning and Governance Development and Assets Management Services Housing Management and Tenant Engagement Financial Management of Operational functions Line Management The business has a strong financial base and plans over the long term to ensure the future viability of the business. Their strategic plan for 2020 - 2023 continues to build on what the organisation has already achieved. Against the backdrop of change (both internal and external), they have continued to earn our place as a leading smaller housing provider and this is your opportunity to join a growing organisation in the market and play a crucial role in ensuring their success.

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Coventry (uk)

Found in Reed - . There will be the need to work independently and to problem-solve on your own. As a company that prides itself Job Description A world-leading engineering company with a fantastic working environment are seeking a paint sprayer to join their team in Coventry on a day shift paying up to 14.50 per hour (inclusive of holiday pay). Our client, a world-leading engineering and manufacturing company with a great history and reputation, is currently looking for a paint sprayer to join their manufacturing team. They supply into the rail, marine, and industrial sectors. The successful paint sprayer will be experienced in working as an Industrial paint sprayer and used to dealing with high volumes of work. There will be the need to work independently and to problem-solve on your own. As a company that prides itself on excellent product quality, they are looking for a likeminded individual who will strive for excellence to join their industry-leading team. COVID-19 Safety Measures In line with government guidelines the company are taking all necessary steps to comply with the guidelines as laid out: Face masks must always be worn on site Temperature checking of all staff upon arrival on site Hand sanitiser is provided throughout the facility Strict social distancing is being enforced throughout the facility DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: Painting of various industrial parts ranging in sizes Preparation of parts for spraying Manual labour ? moving parts around as and where required Ensuring the correct paints are being used Ensuring cleanliness and maintenance of spraying equipment THE IDEAL CANDIDATE: Industrial paint spraying experience and background Experience of working with industrial parts and not just automotive parts Hard-working and able to get through a volume of work but still maintaining quality levels Good time management skills and punctuality Excellent attention to detail and desire to produce high-quality work Physically fit Ideally, have experience of working with marine-grade paint WORKING HOURS: 37.5 hours per week Monday ? Thursday 7.30am ? 4pm and Friday 7.30am ? 1pm Job Types: Full-time, Temporary, Contract Salary: 14.50 per hour (inc of holiday pay)

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United Kingdom, (uk)

IMB

Found in ZipRecruiter - Independent Monitoring Board Member roles Have you ever wondered what goes on behind the walls of&nbsp;...&nbsp;Government. About the role With unrestricted access to these unique environments, you&#x27;ll gain a&nbsp;...

Jobs Independent Monitoring Board Member »
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London, ENG (uk)

REED Professional Services

Found in ZipRecruiter - As an important member RPS&#x27;s embedded team, we are seeking?a number of Senior Policy Consultants to&nbsp;...&nbsp;independently with limited oversight. Characteristics:?We are looking for a compelling and&nbsp;...

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EX31, ENG (uk)

KENT COUNTY COUNCIL

Found in ZipRecruiter - You will make a real difference in achieving outcomes, leading to more independent living for&nbsp;...&nbsp;spoken English&#x2F;Welsh sufficient for the effective performance of the job requirements. The&nbsp;...

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Cardiff, WLS (uk)

CV- Library

Found in ZipRecruiter - A board member is required: *To ensure the organisation pursues its objects as defined in its&nbsp;...&nbsp;A duty to exercise independent judgement *A duty to exercise reasonable care, skill and diligence

Jobs Non-Executive Director »
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SE11, ENG (uk)

Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation

Found in ZipRecruiter - Role Summary &amp; Responsibilities As a key member of the Polio EMR team, the Senior Program Officer&nbsp;...&nbsp;independent monitoring and reporting.-Sustained country engagement and dedication to polio&nbsp;...

Jobs Senior Program Officer -- Polio Country Support (Eastern Mediterranean Region) »
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Dundee, SCT (uk)

Scottish Social Services Council

Found in ZipRecruiter - About us We are the independent regulator for social service workers in Scotland. Our work means&nbsp;...&nbsp;About you As an already experienced HR&#x2F;OD professional and a member of the Chartered Institute of&nbsp;...

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Jobs Welsh Government Llywodraeth Cymru Independent Member

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PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES Providing comprehensive support to the Finance and Resources Team with responsibility for the core finance operations as noted in the job description. Also assisting with the project to implement a new Finance system. MANAGEMENT RESPONSIBILITIES To lead and manage the core finance operations ensuring timely and accurate day-to-day transactions including payments and salaries. Set tasks and priorities for team members and ensure timely completion of outputs. FINANCE RESPONSIBILITIES Prepare the monthly finance report for the Management Team and hold meetings with budget holders as necessary to ensure the accuracy of the report and to assist in the proper management of the budget. Oversee month-end core processes and ensure transactions are properly and fully processed and relevant account reconciliations are completed accurately and in a timely manner. Oversee processing of core monthly transactions, i.e. purchaser orders, invoices, expenses and payments. Assisting and providing direction to the Finance Support Officer as required. Monitor bank account balances when processing payments. Prepare monthly forecasts of future cash flows forecast and planning the transfers between accounts required to ensure sufficient funds are available to pay suppliers / officers. Collaborate on the preparation of the 2020-21 Financial Budget to align with the...


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