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Customer Service Advisor - Renewals job in Stockport, Greater Manchester, United Kingdom

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Job Title: Customer Service Advisor - Renewals
Job Type: Permanent
Location: Stockport, Greater Manchester, United Kingdom
Salary: £18720/annum
Company: CV-Library
Category: Customer Services
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Vitality, Customer Service Advisor – Renewals, Stockport, £18,720 + Bonus + Benefits

We’re the UK insurer and investment provider that rewards people for positive lifestyle choices. With 1.25m+ UK members and more than 25m globally, we’re out to make the world a healthier, happier place.

That applies as much to our people as it does to our members. So, as well as a highly competitive pay package, you’ll enjoy: complimentary breakfasts; regular onsite physical and mental wellness workshops; on-site health checks; annual flu jabs and access to our full range of partners and rewards.

It’s what we call offering shared value, because a healthy, happy team is good for us, good for our members and good for you.

As our Customer Service Advisor – Renewals, you’ll get the benefits our members enjoy, including

- Our award-winning private Vitality Health insurance + wellness incentive programme

- Access to The Vitality Programme – Apple Watch, Ocado, Garmin, Champneys Spa days, half price gym memberships, Disney Store discounts to name a few!

- Personal health fund + Life Assurance

- Stakeholder Pension Plan with employer contribution

- 25 Days annual leave + Bank holidays + option to buy and sell 5 more.

- Flexible benefits package

- Internal incentives, competitions and awards – a chance to win football and sports tickets or even be in with a chance to have a holiday of a lifetime

- A genuine opportunity to grow and establish a long-term career

Responsibilities as our Customer Service Advisor – Renewals include:

- Provide a professional, first class level of customer service

- Put our customers at the heart of every decision you make, using your discernment to support them and provide advice

- Retain existing customers

- Drive an increased conversion of profitable schemes in line with the current business model and maintaining current service level agreements

- Speak to existing customers in order to retain their policy at initial renewal cost by promoting our products and values

- Reach tough, yet achievable targets

- Show resilience and tenacity every day whilst delivering industry leading customer service

- Be able to enjoy both your own success and that of the whole team

- Work within a regulated industry with the customers best interests at the core of what you do

Working for Vitality as our Customer Service Advisor – Renewals, you'll experience an exciting mix of creativity and innovation, within a framework of challenging objectives and a passion for delivering the best.

Our people are chosen for their skills, knowledge, enthusiasm and attitude but above all, their belief that anything can be achieved.

If you feel you have the skills and experience to become our Customer Service Advisor – Renewals, then please click ‘apply’ today

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Housekeeper job in Manchester, Greater Manchester, North West

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Job Title: Housekeeper
Job Type: Contract
Location: Manchester, Greater Manchester, North West
Salary: £9.20/hour
Company: CV-Library
Category: Charity
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Ashberry Recruitment are looking for a Housekeeper to work 32 hours per week in the Greater Manchester Area (M16 and M12) until the end of March 2020.  
You will be working within the supported housing sector, supporting up to 2 sites (potentially), ensuring rooms are ready for new arrivals.  
As a Housekeeper, you will be responsible for the following:  

- Ensuring the highest standards of cleanliness within the sites (this includes sweeping, mopping, vacuuming, damp dusting surfaces, glass cleaning, cleaning bedding and emptying bins)
- Cleaning rooms, communal areas, offices and outside areas  
- Completing inventory checks, stocktaking all essential household items and ordering cleaning supplies via the internal purchase order system when stocks are low
- Supporting with the cleaning of the cookers and fridges every month
- Undertaking Health and Safety checks and reporting any required repairs, hygiene concerns, damaged or dangerous equipment
- Ensuring all cleaning products are stored safely and securely in cupboards and that they comply with COSHH regulations
- Participating in house meetings, as required
- Following the services confidentiality procedures
- Identify your own training and development needs and being willing to participate in any training courses relevant to the services commitment to providing a high quality of service

The ideal candidate must:

- Use computers to a good standard
- Have a full UK Driving Licence (Ideally) 

Successful candidates must undertake an Enhanced DBS Check

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PA to the CEO job in Cheadle, Greater Manchester, United Kingdom

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Job Title: PA to the CEO
Job Type: Contract
Location: Cheadle, Greater Manchester, United Kingdom
Salary: £30000 - £35000/annum
Company: CV-Library
Category: Administration
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Here at Human Appeal we have an exciting opportunity for a PA to the CEO to join our team based in Greater Manchester. You will join us on a full-time basis as part of an initial 1-year fixed term contract with a view to progressing into a permanent role. In return, you will receive a competitive salary of £30-35k per annum.

Human Appeal is a faith-based charity that aims to abolish poverty by providing humanitarian aid, sustainable development programs and championing advocacy for our beneficiaries worldwide.

As PA to the CEO, the successful candidate will play an integral role in support of the strategic leadership of our organisation. We are ideally looking to appoint somebody immediately to this role.

Benefits of joining us as our PA to the CEO include:

- 35 days Annual Leave

- Matched pension contribution

- Employee discounts and memberships

- Prayer facilities

- Opportunity to really make a difference!

Key duties and responsibilities of the PA to the CEO:

- Providing diverse secretarial and administrative support to the CEO

- Providing wider administrative and diary management support to some Department Directors on an ad-hoc basis

-Working at Board level with key stakeholders and dealing with sensitive and confidential information

- Diary management, successfully coordinating the CEO’s workload and managing priorities

- Organising travel, accommodation and logistical arrangements for the CEO and Trustees within a pre-defined budget

- Managing all correspondence and enquiries to the CEO’s office

- Scheduling and taking minutes for Board of Director, Board of Trustee and various CEO meetings

What we’re looking for in our PA to the CEO:

- Minimum 5 years’ experience in a PA role supporting a Senior figure

- Computer literate with experience of using MS Office Suite

- Highly organised, with great attention to detail and excellent minute-taking and report-writing skills

- Proactive, with the ability to work under pressure, manage time and prioritise work to deadlines

- Strong communication and interpersonal skills

- Passionate and knowledge about the international development sector

This would be an ideal role for an Experienced PA or Executive Assistant looking to make a difference in a rewarding role within the Charity Sector!

We are looking to appoint this role ASAP and will be reviewing applications on a rolling basis so for the best chance of success please click ‘apply’ today to become our PA to the CEO – we would love to hear from you.

A Little Bit About Human Appeal…

We have a high staff satisfaction rating of 4.5 out of 5 on Glassdoor! Here’s why:

What our CEO Says:

“We are faith-based but not faith-specific. We have faith in all of humanity and believe we can achieve great things when we work together. So, come and be part of a dynamic global charity where we celebrate our differences, as well as our common humanity”

Dr. Mohamed Ashmawey

What our Staff Say:

“At Human Appeal, each one of us has the opportunity to influence others. If you are prepared to challenge yourself there are no limits, so come and make it happen!”

Simon, Systems and Reporting Manager

“Everyone’s friendly and eager to help. We’re a small team, but everyone has their own thing about them that makes them unique. Someone teaches me something new every day! Everyone is close and we have lunch together. Being a part of Human Appeal is like a second family!”

Eleanor, Volunteers Assistant

“The reasons I have remained working within the charity sector, and specifically with Human Appeal, is the feeling of contentment. I feel that I am contributing towards a greater cause – I am part of a bigger picture – and I get to meet like-minded people”

Jahed, Business Analyst

What We Have Achieved So Far This Year:

- We have provided emergency aid to 10,770 of the most vulnerable people across Yemen

- We have supported 1,000 Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh

- We have provided 300 refugee families in Jordan with essential winter aid

- We have helped 36,643 people to have enough food to break their fast during Ramadan

- We have collected and distributed 21,124 coats to the homeless in the UK

- We have provided 258 families with emergency food packs in Manchester

COME AND JOIN THE FAMILY – click ‘apply’ today

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Customer Service Advisor ? Member Care job in Stockport, Greater Manchester, United Kingdom

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Job Title: Customer Service Advisor ? Member Care
Job Type: Permanent
Location: Stockport, Greater Manchester, United Kingdom
Salary: £19500/annum
Company: CV-Library
Category: Customer Services
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Vitality, Customer Service Advisor – Member Care, Stockport, £19,500 + Bonus + Benefits

Hours: Shift patterns between Monday – Friday 8am – 7pm, 1 in 4 Saturday’s 9am – 1pm

We’re the UK insurer and investment provider that rewards people for positive lifestyle choices. With 1.25m+ UK members and more than 25m globally, we’re out to make the world a healthier, happier place.

That applies as much to our people as it does to our members. So, as well as a highly competitive pay package, you’ll enjoy: complimentary breakfasts; regular onsite physical and mental wellness workshops; on-site health checks; annual flu jabs and access to our full range of partners and rewards.

It’s what we call offering shared value, because a healthy, happy team is good for us, good for our members and good for you.

As our Customer Service Advisor - Member Care, you’ll get the benefits our members enjoy, including

- Our award-winning private Vitality Health insurance + wellness incentive programme

- Access to The Vitality Programme – Apple Watch, Ocado, Garmin, Champneys Spa days, half price gym memberships, Disney Store discounts to name a few!

- Personal health fund + Life Assurance

- Stakeholder Pension Plan with employer contribution

- 25 Days annual leave + Bank holidays + option to buy and sell 5 more.

- Flexible benefits package

- Internal incentives, competitions and awards – a chance to win football and sports tickets or even be in with a chance to have a holiday of a lifetime

- A genuine opportunity to grow and establish a long-term career

Responsibilities as our Customer Service Advisor - Member Care:

- Resolve our customer’s telephone and written queries

- Take ownership for delivering a world class level of customer service

- This is a fast-paced role where you will deal with all levels of complexity from supporting customer’s care needs to resolving complaints

- Support and share your expert knowledge with other team members to ensure that targets are met

What we’re looking for in our Customer Service Advisor - Member Care:

- Compassionate, sensitive and totally trustworthy

- The ability to understand the needs and feelings of our customers at what can be a vulnerable and challenging time

- Must have a keen eye for detail

- Will maintain a positive and pro-active manner in carrying out all tasks, acting as a champion for change and supporting management decisions, so as to contribute to good team spirit and cohesion

- Bright, intelligent and inspiring

- Passion for quality and highest levels of service

- Innovative (creative, able to challenge, improve)

Working for Vitality as our Customer Service Advisor - Member Care, you'll experience an exciting mix of creativity and innovation, within a framework of challenging objectives and a passion for delivering the best.

Our people are chosen for their skills, knowledge, enthusiasm and attitude but above all, their belief that anything can be achieved.

If you feel you have the skills and experience to become our Customer Service Advisor - Member Care, then please click ‘apply’ today

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Online Copywriter job in Cheadle, Greater Manchester, United Kingdom

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Job Title: Online Copywriter
Job Type: Contract
Location: Cheadle, Greater Manchester, United Kingdom
Salary: £25000 - £27500/annum
Company: CV-Library
Category: Media
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Human Appeal is a faith-based charity that aims to abolish poverty by providing humanitarian aid, sustainable development programs and championing advocacy for our beneficiaries worldwide.

We are currently recruiting for an Online Copywriter to join Human Appeal’s integral Marketing and Communications department at the charity’s Head Office in Cheadle, Greater Manchester. 

This is an integral role, responsible for creating and delivering a fully integrated copy strategy across multiple online channels including the Human Appeal Website, Email Marketing and Social Media, using SEO best practices. The successful Online Copywriter will define the voice of the charity by writing and editing engaging copy that ultimately drives people to donate to Human Appeal.

The Online Copywriter Role:

- Salary of £25-27.5k p/a, negotiable depending on experience

- Create organic search content for web pages, blogs, social media and email marketing newsletters, making sure to follow Human Appeal brand guidelines  

- Effectively address the target audience and the purpose of the communication with proper tone, sentence structure and word count, ensuring the copy is factually correct and that the language used is accurate as well as user friendly

- Plan an editorial calendar, informed by SEO keyword research, to build a list of topics to target to meet donor interest, increase brand awareness and achieve monetary conversions (donations)

- Use SEO tools such as Google Analytics, stay abreast of SEO content best practices, and produce SEO reports to analyse the performance of your content

The Ideal Online Copywriter:

- Educated to Degree level, ideally in a relevant field, e.g. Marketing, Journalism or English  

- Minimum of 2 years’ experience in a similar role within Marketing 

- Demonstrable experience of both SEO optimised and creative content writing (blogs, email marketing, social media and landing page copy)

- Excellent proof-reading, copywriting and copy editing skills, with experience of conducting keyword research

- Understanding of SEO best practices and experience using CMS platforms such as Umbraco

- Highly organised, with an ability to multitask and manage a busy workload

- Passionate about international development work and humanitarian aid

This would be an ideal role for an experienced Copywriter or Digital Marketing professional who is looking to make a difference within the charity sector!

We are looking to appoint this Online Copywriter role ASAP so for the best chance of success please APPLY TODAY!

Click ‘APPLY’ to send through your CV today!

A Little Bit About Human Appeal…

What our CEO Says:

“We are faith-based but not faith-specific. We have faith in all of humanity and believe we can achieve great things when we work together. So, come and be part of a dynamic global charity where we celebrate our differences, as well as our common humanity”

Dr Mohamed Ashmawey

What our Staff Say:

“Everyone’s friendly and eager to help. We’re a small team, but everyone has their own thing about them that makes them unique. Someone teaches me something new every day! Everyone is close and we have lunch together. Being a part of Human Appeal is like a second family!”

Eleanor, Volunteers Assistant

“The reasons I have remained working within the charity sector, and specifically with Human Appeal, is the feeling of contentment. I feel that I am contributing towards a greater cause – I am part of a bigger picture – and I get to meet like-minded people”

Jahed, Business Analyst

“At Human Appeal, each one of us has the opportunity to influence others. If you are prepared to challenge yourself there are no limits, so come and make it happen!”

Simon, Systems and Reporting Manager

What We Have Achieved So Far This Year:

- We have provided emergency aid to 10,770 of the most vulnerable people across Yemen

- We have supported 1,000 Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh

- We have provided 300 refugee families in Jordan with essential winter aid

- We have helped 36,643 people to have enough food to break their fast during Ramadan

- We have collected and distributed 21,124 coats to the homeless in the UK

- We have provided 258 families with emergency food packs in Manchester

COME AND JOIN THE FAMILY – click ‘apply’ today

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Registered Manager (Therapeutic Parenting) job in Cheadle, Greater Manchester, United Kingdom

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Job Title: Registered Manager (Therapeutic Parenting)
Job Type: Permanent
Location: Cheadle, Greater Manchester, United Kingdom
Salary: £37000 - £43000/annum
Company: CV-Library
Category: Medical/Pharmaceutical/Scientific
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Halliwell Homes are looking for a Registered Manager (Therapeutic Parenting) to join the team based in Cheadle. You will join us on a full time, permanent basis and receive a competitive salary of £37,000 – £43,000 per annum (dependant on experience and qualifications).

Halliwell are a social enterprise that offers a clinically informed practice model and therapeutic programme encompassing educational, clinical and residential care services. Our objective is to enhance the psychological wellbeing of children within the ‘looked after children’ sector through our Restorative Parenting Recovery Programme.

The Registered Manager (Therapeutic Parenting) must demonstrate good quality leadership in residential child care, evidence that they are able to work with other professionals to plan for and deliver effective individualised placement plans to children placed in their residential children’s home and show ability to reflect on and improve their leadership and management.

You will be committed to working to the principles of Restorative Parenting be excellent communicators able to represent our organisation and practice effectively to a wide range of other professionals and varied agencies.  

Responsibilities of our Registered Manager (Therapeutic Parenting) include:

- Showing an ambitious vision, having high expectations for what all children can achieve and ensure high standards of individualised care.

- Having a clear understanding of the progress children and young people are making in respect of the plan for them and taking effective action when necessary.

- Providing the right supportive environment for staff through effective supervision and appraisal and high-quality induction and training programmes that are tailored to the specific needs of the children and young people.

- Knowing and understanding the home’s strengths and weaknesses, prevent shortfalls, identify weaknesses and take decisive and effective action.

- Knowing whether the home is achieving its stated aims and objectives.

- The quality of professional relationships to ensure the best possible all-round support to children and young people in all areas of their development.

- Actively challenging when the responses from other services are not effective.

- Promoting tolerance, equality and diversity.

- Promoting and utilising children’s views and participation.

Skills & Experience required by our Registered Manager (Therapeutic Parenting):

- Must hold the Level 5 diploma in Leadership and Management for Residential Childcare (England) qualification or equivalent.

- Level 3 Diploma for Residential Childcare (England) or equivalent.

- Extensive experience working in Residential Childcare

- Extensive experience working as a manager or deputy manager leading shifts and managing rotas.

- Experience in driving standards of a home to successfully achieve an Ofsted rating of ‘Good’ or ‘Outstanding’

- Excellent Leadership skills leading successful teams through effective supervision

- Managing records and systems for statutory compliance

- Experience managing budgets and maintaining financial controls.

Benefits of becoming our Registered Manager (Therapeutic Parenting):

- We offer a highly competitive rate of pay and access to a career pathway including access to professional qualification studies, comprehensive training, professional development opportunities and the support of senior colleagues

- You will have access to a company laptop and Mobile phone

- Free staff counselling service

- Refer a Friend Scheme

- Occupational Sick Pay Scheme

- Discretionary Managers Bonus

- This is an opportunity to work in a dynamic and developing organisation committed to being the sector leading provider of therapeutic childcare

- Working with our clinical and education specialists, your knowledge and experience will be welcomed and appreciated as we continuously develop our practice expertise

If you would like to join us as our Registered Manager (Therapeutic Parenting), please click ‘apply’ today - we’d love to hear from you!

Halliwell is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and expects all staff to share this commitment. All post holders are subject to appropriate vetting procedures and a satisfactory enhanced Disclosure Barring Services (DBS) Disclosure

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Senior Therapeutic Parent job in Manchester, Greater Manchester, United Kingdom

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Job Title: Senior Therapeutic Parent
Job Type: Permanent
Location: Manchester, Greater Manchester, United Kingdom
Salary: £23634 - £26857/annum
Company: CV-Library
Category: Medical/Pharmaceutical/Scientific
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Halliwell Homes are looking for a Senior Therapeutic Parent to join the team based in Greater Manchester. You will join us on a full time, permanent basis and receive a competitive salary of £23,634 - £26,857 per annum (dependant on experience and qualifications).

Halliwell Homes are a social enterprise that offers a clinically informed practice encompassing educational, clinical and residential care services. Our objective is to enhance the psychological wellbeing of children within the care system through our Restorative Parenting recovery programme.

A Senior Therapeutic Parent will deliver Halliwell’s Restorative Parenting recovery programme offering sensitive and caring re-parenting to children aged between 4 and 12 (at the time of placement) who have experienced trauma in their lives. Caring for children who can at times display complex and challenging behaviours.

Responsibilities of our Senior Therapeutic Parent include:

- The post holder will offer therapeutic parenting techniques to meet the children’s’ social, emotional, cultural and educational needs.

- The post holder will also assist in the day to day running of the home including domestic duties and paperwork / record keeping working closely with onsite deputy lead therapeutic parents, clinical and education teams to provide tailored psychological recovery programmes for each child.

- A therapeutic, safe, healthy and homely environment will need to be in place at all times to meet Ofsted’s Quality Standards.

Skills & Experience required by our Senior Therapeutic Parent:

- The post holder will hold the Level 3 Diploma in Residential Childcare or relevant qualification and possess at least six months experience working with children or young people in a residential (preferable) or education setting.

- Ideally, a graduate with a relevant degree e.g. psychology and childcare and are keen to study towards a post-graduate qualification. You need to be passionate about delivering real psychological recovery for children within the looked after system. 

Benefits of becoming our Senior Therapeutic Parent:

- Extensive in house training and be supported throughout to develop your career up to Level 7

- Refer a Friend Scheme

- Free Staff Counselling Service

- Occupational Sick Pay scheme

- Auto-Enrolment Pension scheme

- Competitive rates of pay

If you would like to join us as our Senior Therapeutic Parent, please click ‘apply’ today - we’d love to hear from you!

Halliwell is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and expects all staff to share this commitment. All post holders are subject to appropriate vetting procedures and a satisfactory enhanced Disclosure Barring Services (DBS) Disclosure

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Therapeutic Parent job in Manchester, Greater Manchester, United Kingdom

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Job Title: Therapeutic Parent
Job Type: Permanent
Location: Manchester, Greater Manchester, United Kingdom
Salary: £20141 - £23351/annum
Company: CV-Library
Category: Medical/Pharmaceutical/Scientific
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Halliwell Homes are looking for a Therapeutic Parent to join the team based in Greater Manchester. You will join us on a full time, permanent basis and receive a competitive salary of £20,141 - £23,351 per annum.

Halliwell Homes are a social enterprise that offers a clinically informed practice encompassing educational, clinical and residential care services. Our objective is to enhance the psychological wellbeing of children within the care system through our Restorative Parenting recovery programme.

A Therapeutic Parent will deliver Halliwell’s Restorative Parenting® recovery programme offering sensitive and caring re-parenting to children aged between 4 and 12 (at the time of placement) who have experienced trauma in their lives. Caring for children who can at times display complex and challenging behaviors.

Responsibilities of our Therapeutic Parent include:

- The post holder will offer therapeutic parenting techniques to meet the children’s’ social, emotional, cultural and educational needs.

- The post holder will also assist in the day to day running of the home including domestic duties and paperwork / record keeping working closely with onsite deputy lead therapeutic parents, clinical and education teams to provide tailored psychological recovery programmes for each child.

- A therapeutic, safe, healthy and homely environment will need to be in place at all times to meet Ofsted’s Quality Standards.

- You will work at one of our four homes in the Greater Manchester region (Rossendale, Cheadle, Hyde).

- Minimum 173 hours per month. You will work a rolling rota on an 8 week cycle consisting of rota’d hours combined with 29 hours per month compulsory overtime consisting of professional development & restorative parenting related work tasks.

Skills & Experience required by our Therapeutic Parent:

- Ideally, a graduate with a relevant degree e.g. psychology and childcare and are keen to study towards a post-graduate qualification

- A willingness to undertake studying to a minimum of a level 5 qualification (Halliwell would support study up to post graduate level)

- You need to be passionate about delivering real psychological recovery for children within the looked after system

- Experience working with children, preferably in environments with challenging behavior

- GCSE Maths and English C or above or equivalent

- Full UK driving license

- Willing to work varying shifts patterns based on a rolling rota

- Willing to complete professional development and training programme

Benefits of becoming our Senior Therapeutic Parent:

- Extensive in-house training and be supported throughout to develop your career up to Level 7

- Free Staff Counselling Service

- Refer a Friend Scheme

- Occupational Sick Pay

- Auto-Enrolment Pension scheme

- Competitive rates of pay

If you would like to join us as our Therapeutic Parent, please click ‘apply’ today - we’d love to hear from you!

Halliwell is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and expects all staff to share this commitment. All post holders are subject to appropriate vetting procedures and a satisfactory enhanced Disclosure Barring Services (DBS) Disclosure

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Digital Marketing Coordinator job in Cheadle, Greater Manchester, United Kingdom

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Job Title: Digital Marketing Coordinator
Job Type: Contract
Location: Cheadle, Greater Manchester, United Kingdom
Salary: £25000 - £30000/annum
Company: CV-Library
Category: Media
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Job Description: Here at Human Appeal we have an exciting opportunity for a Digital Marketing Coordinator to join our Marketing and Communications department. You will join us on a full time basis as part of an initial 1 year fixed term contract and in return you will receive a competitive salary of £25,000 - £30,000 per annum negotiable depending on experience.

Human Appeal is a faith-based charity that aims to abolish poverty by providing humanitarian aid, sustainable development programs and championing advocacy for our beneficiaries worldwide.

The Digital Marketing Coordinator Role:

This is an integral role in the Communications department, where the successful candidate will work with the Head of Digital Marketing to Coordinate Online Marketing and Campaigns

Key duties and responsibilities of our Digital Marketing Coordinator: 

- To work with the Head of Digital Marketing in the implementation of digital marketing to support lead acquisition, conversion, engagement, retention and brand awareness objectives

- Execute digital marketing campaigns and activities across the full range of online channels

- To work with the Head of Digital Marketing Manager to produce regular reports and evaluations, using insights from Google Analytics, Google search console and other measurement tools

- To develop and recommend tactics to improve and optimise campaign and channel performance.

- To monitor and report on website usage via Google Analytics, Google search console and other measurement tools

- To identify underperforming areas of the website in terms of visitor numbers, user experience and conversion rates

- To identify new opportunities and ideas to boost brand awareness and growth through digital channels by conducting analysis of the competitive environment and consumer trends

- To stay up to date with trends in social media tools, new technologies, channels, applications and design by reading widely, partaking in webinars, engaging in training and courses, or attending mainstream conferences.

- Working collaboratively with the Head of Digital Marketing to support the Website Content Editor and in-house developer

- Working collaboratively with the Head of Digital Marketing to support the Social Media Officer with the planning and implementation of our social media strategies

- Working collaboratively with the Digital Marketing Manager to support the Website Designer

- Supporting the work of Human Appeal’s partnerships through providing digital advice and support in order to reach new audiences online.

What we’re looking for in our Digital Marketing Coordinator:

- Educated to Degree level, ideally in a relevant field, e.g. Digital Marketing

- 3 years previous experience working in a Digital Marketing role, including PPC, search engine optimisation, social media marketing, content marketing and email marketing

- Passionate about international development work and humanitarian aid

- Demonstrable experience in delivering multi-channel campaigns with a high success ratio.

- Knowledge of data analytics and experience of using Google Analytics & Google AdWords.

- Experience of dealing with external agencies

- Experience of website management, maintenance and using Content Management Systems

- Experience of social media monitoring and listening tools including Hootsuite, Tweetdeck, Buzzsumo and Klout

- Experience of email marketing platforms, including Mailchimp

- Knowledge of digital trends and a passion for online media

This would be an ideal role for an Experienced Digital Marketing Executive who is looking for the next step on the career ladder or to make a difference within the Charity Sector!

A Little Bit About Human Appeal…

What our CEO Says:

“We are faith-based but not faith-specific. We have faith in all of humanity and believe we can achieve great things when we work together. So, come and be part of a dynamic global charity where we celebrate our differences, as well as our common humanity”

Dr Mohamed Ashmawey

What We Have Achieved So Far This Year:

- We have provided emergency aid to 10,770 of the most vulnerable people across Yemen

- We have supported 1,000 Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh

- We have provided 300 refugee families in Jordan with essential winter aid

- We have helped 36,643 people to have enough food to break their fast during Ramadan

- We have collected and distributed 21,124 coats to the homeless in the UK

- We have provided 258 families with emergency food packs in Manchester

We are looking to appoint this role ASAP so for the best chance of success please APPLY TODAY!

Click ‘APPLY’ to send through your CV today

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Residential Support Worker - CAHMS - Bolton job in Bolton, Greater Manchester

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Job Title: Residential Support Worker – CAHMS – Bolton
Job Type: Permanent
Location: Bolton, Greater Manchester
Salary: £16700 – £19400/annum
Company: CV-Library
Category: Social Care
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Job Description: Residential Support Worker – Residential CAMHs (Bolton)

Salary: £16,700 – £19,300
Location: Bolton

Our Client, a specialist Residential Childrens Service, based in the Bolton area are looking for 2 residential support workers for their stunning 5 bedded specialist home. One worker would be required to work a combination of days and nights and the other position is for a sole night worker.

The successful applicant will be required to undertake a wide range of tasks which will involve direct and indirect care and support of children who have complex medical/clinical needs which could include long term ventilation needs, tracheotomy care, sensory impairments, personal mobility difficulties, communications difficulties and above all the need to be cared for as a child first and not a disabled child.

Job Description

To support the Registered Manager and their team in giving the highest standard of care possible to all the children/young people.
To act as a member of the team and assist the management team in giving the highest standard of care possible to all the children, closely following individual plans, risk assessments and programmes in place.
To understand the importance of the need for confidentiality at all times.
To take individual/group responsibility in ensuring the running of the home is to its highest possible standard.
To work in a variety of settings if needed, in order to support the children/young people e.g. within their home and educational environments and on activities.
To develop skills in order that the child/young people's individual health/social and emotional development needs are met.
To adhere to the activities programme to ensure the children/young people receive a variety of daily stimulation and development suitable to their needs.
To be aware of and adhere to each child/young person's aims and objectives to ensure individual development.
To keep open lines of communication, participate in supervisions and appraisal giving honest open feedback to line manager.Qualifications:

Good standard of general education and competent literacy skills
Ability to write in a clear concise manner
ability to work towards and complete NVQ Level 3 C&YP Health And Social CareProspero Health and Social are an equal opportunities employer, all successful applicants will need to undergo full DBS Checks prior to starting the position

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National Business Development Manager - Recycling job in Manchester, Greater Manchester

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Job Title: National Business Development Manager – Recycling
Job Type: Permanent
Location: Manchester, Greater Manchester
Salary: £45000 – £55000/annum Plus Car Allowance, Bonus, IT
Company: CV-Library
Category: Sales
Benefits: Plus Car Allowance, Bonus, IT

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Job Description: SENIOR CORPORATE SALES & BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT MANAGER FROM WASTE AND RESOURCE MANAGEMENT INDUSTRY REQUIRED TO WIN HIGH VALUE NATIONAL SALES CONTRACTS
TITLE: National Business Development Manager
PACKAGE: £45-55k Basic, Bonus, Car Allowance, Laptop, Mobile, Pension
LOCATION: This role is National you can be based anywhere in the UK
PREVIOUS EXPERIENCE: Waste Management, Integrated Services, Recycling, Integrated Resource Management, Total Waste Management, Field Sales, Tender Management, Bid Management, Corporate Sales
PREVIOUS ROLES: Corporate Business Development Manager, Senior Sales Manager, Major Business Development Executive
ROLE: National Business Development Manager
Targeting £100k – £1m contracts via strategic sales approach
You will be solution selling Total Waste Management (TWM) into manufacturing companies
Working on tenders and bids where required
EXPERIENCE: National Business Development Manager
If you have sold into food production or agriculture this will count in your favour but is not essential as long as you have so into the wider manufacturing sector
YOU MUST have sold integrated waste, brokered waste or Total Waste Management (TWM) solutions into manufacturing and production companies up and down the country, or sold waste collection services into large corporate level businesses.
PREVIOUS EXPERIENCE: Waste Management, Integrated Services, Recycling, Integrated Resource Management, Total Waste Management, Field Sales, Tender Management, Bid Management, Corporate Sales.
PREVIOUS ROLES: Corporate Business Development Manager, Senior Sales Manager, Major Business Development Executive

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JAVA SOFTWARE ENGINEER job in Salford, Greater Manchester

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Job Title: JAVA SOFTWARE ENGINEER
Job Type: Permanent
Location: Salford, Greater Manchester
Salary: £30000 – £45000/annum
Company: CV-Library
Category: IT
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Job Description: DV Clearable Java Software Engineer – Java / Spring / Agile

HIGH-SECURITY ORIENTATED JAVA SOFTWARE ENGINEER OPPORTUNITY! – (must be eligible for DV clearance)

Skills – Java / Spring / Agile
Based in the centre of Salford Quays. Our office is easily commutable from anywhere in Greater Manchester and the surrounding areas (with great public transport links)
Salary up to £30,000 – £45,000 – dependent on experience.
To find out more information, feel free to call Alicia on (phone number removed) / (phone number removed). Alternatively, you can email .**Due to the high-security software that we create it means that all candidates must be eligible and willing to complete a UK Government SC and DV (Developed Vetting) clearing process. Subject to this we will only be able to accept applicants with British Citizenship.**

Have you ever thought about working within the security sector but never known how to get into it or been given the opportunity?… Now is your chance! We are a Globally recognised, High-Security consultancy in Defence sector. Due to our recent success and influx of new projects we are expanding the team and looking for Java Developer to join us at our office in Salford Quays.

Sourced by: @TechCareers_NW.

WHO ARE WE?

We provide innovative, high standard solutions in the defence sector for clients across the world. Being the current leader in our sector we pride ourselves of professionalism, keeping up to date with cutting-edge technology and ensuring that we stay "ahead of the curve". As do we ensure our employees receive the best training and development paths from the moment, they join the team, to continuously design and produce top quality products and to allow us all to grow together with the technology industry! We are continually evolving and working on interesting and complex security products, pushing the boundaries and staying challenged as employees. By working closely with strong collaborative minded individuals; we focus on cloud development, agile delivery and application development to create our software. We aim to have a dynamic and supportive working atmosphere.

WHAT WILL YOU BE DOING?

As a Java Developer your Java / Spring / Agile skills will be put to use right away! You will be working with an agile environment, working with the team to design, develop and maintain applications. You will be required to collaborate with other developers across new teams and having opportunities to input ideas to come up with solutions to problems that may pop up from time to time. Immersing yourself within our software house you will be involved with individuals who are obsessed with Java! Along with other teams that are passionate about multiple other technologies. We will give you opportunities to be part of different stages of the Software Lifecycle, whether that be automation and test or research and development. One thing we can say is that you will learn during your career with us.

WE NEED YOU TO HAVE…

Java
Spring
Agile

IT'S NICE TO HAVE…

JavaScript
DevOps (Ansible, Docker, Jenkins)
AWS
Linux
C++
PythonTO BE CONSIDERED…

Please either apply by clicking online or emailing me directly to . For further information please call me on (phone number removed) / (phone number removed). I can make myself available outside of normal working hours to suit from 7am until 10pm. If unavailable, please leave a message and either myself or one of my colleagues will respond. By applying for this role, you give express consent for us to process & submit (subject to required skills) your application to our client in conjunction with this vacancy only. Also feel free to follow me on Twitter @DigiAlicia or connect with me on LinkedIn, just search Alicia Hunter Searchability in Google! I look forward to hearing from you.

Key Skills:

JAVA / SPRING / JAVASCRIPT / DEVOPS / JAVASCRIPT / ANSIBLE / DOCKER / JENKINS / LINUX / AWS / AMAZON WEB SERVICES / C++ / PYTHON

**Please bear in mind on application that you MUST be able to obtain DV Clearance

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Civil Engineer - Manchester job in Manchester, Greater Manchester

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Job Title: Civil Engineer – Manchester
Job Type: Permanent
Location: Manchester, Greater Manchester
Salary: £27000 – £31000/annum
Company: CV-Library
Category: Engineering
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Job Description: CIVIL DESIGN ENGINEER

An exciting opportunity has arisen for an experienced, enthusiastic and ambitious Civil Engineer to be based in our clients' Manchester office.

The appointment is for someone with broad experience in all types of infrastructure projects including, residential, commercial, renewables, educational, leisure and coastal. The role is predominantly infrastructure based, so experience with drainage and highways design is essential with a good knowledge of relevant sectional agreements.

Our client has a diverse range of clients and projects, so where project demands require, you may work on other disciplines including civil and structural projects. You will have good technical ability in connection with the projects you are involved in, with reporting skills being beneficial. The ability to prepare Flood Risk Assessments will also be an advantage.

Key Roles & Responsibilities:

Working under the supervision of a Principal Engineer in the production of schematic/concept designs and calculations within defined project timescales
Liaising with other construction professionals in the development of designs
Undertaking drainage and highway designs using WINDES Microdrainage, and Civils 3D (or other similar design packages).
Production of AutoCAD and Civils 3D drawing information.
Liaising with wider design team to ensure designs are fully co-ordinated.
Carry out Section 104, 106, 38 and 278 Agreements and the works associated with them In addition to work on traditional civil engineering design projects, there is also a requirement to undertake Flood Risk Assessments and Drainage Strategies, or other similar reports, letters and general correspondence associated with this work. This is likely also to include liaison with Statutory Bodies such as Local Water Authorities, Environment Agency or Local Authority.

Key Skills:

2-3 years' experience in highways and drainage works in the UK
Knowledgeable with highways layouts (vertical and horizontal)
Competent in using AutoCAD
Knowledge of Flood Risk Assessments
Able to communicate with suppliers, contractors, the public, clients and colleagues
Able to present technical work in meetings and presentations
Able to check and assign the work of technician Knowledge:

Must hold a degree in Civil Engineering (ideally 2:1) or equivalent experience.
Holds or is working towards a professional qualification i.e. MICE/ AMICE or equivalent
Must be IT literate with experience of infrastructure design software packages.
Must be technically competent Skills and Abilities:
Determination to find solutions to problems
Ability to communicate in a clear and concise way with colleagues and clients Ability to develop client relationships
Must hold a valid driving licence What you get in return:

A very competitive salary with the usual benefits associated with a company of this stature

Interested in this or other roles in Civil Engineering, please do not hesitate to contact Martin Boland now on or call (phone number removed). We have many more vacancies available on our website. Please refer to . This is a permanent role. Penguin Recruitment is operating as a Recruitment Agency in respect to this position

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