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Customer Service Advisor job in Coventry, West Midlands, United Kingdom - Coventry Jobs

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Job Title: Customer Service Advisor
Job Type: Permanent
Location: Coventry, West Midlands, United Kingdom
Salary: £18000/annum
Company: CV-Library
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Category: Customer Services
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Job Description: We are currently looking for a Customer Service Advisor to join our busy and energetic team based in Coventry. You will join us on a full time, permanent basis working 40 hours a week between 8am-8pm Monday to Sunday and in return, we are offering a competitive salary of £18,000 per annum plus excellent benefits.

TSYS Managed Services EMEA are part of TSYS, a Global Organisation serving 400 clients in more than 80 countries. We make it possible for millions of people to use our payments solutions including credit, debit, prepaid and merchant services.

Do you have experience in dealing with Customers and a passion for helping people? Are you interested in developing your skills and climbing the career ladder? As our Customer Service Advisor, your main responsibility will be to answer inbound queries from our customers, building & maintaining customer relationships and updating internal systems. This is a purely inbound customer service role with NO SALES.

Benefits of joining us:

As well as a competitive salary, and a fast paced, fun working environment this role comes with the following benefits;

- Monthly and quarterly awards

- Social activates and incentives

- 29 days holiday, including bank holidays (with the option to buy/sell up to 5 days)

- Peoples Pension scheme

- Limited free on-site parking

- On-site canteen

- MediCash Plan (on completion of 4 month service)

- Cycle to work Scheme (on completion of 6 month service)

- Free tea and coffee

About the role:

As our Customer Service Representative, your main responsibility will be to answer inbound queries from our customers, building & maintaining customer relationships and updating internal systems. This is a purely inbound customer service role with NO SALES.

You will need to have flexibility to be to work various shift patterns across 40 hours a week between the hours of 8am and 10pm Monday to Sunday. In return we offer a great benefits package, a competitive salary and immediate start dates.

Key duties and responsibilities of our Customer Service Advisor:

- Taking inbound calls to assist customers with a number of different queries

- Processing debit card payments

- Building and maintaining customer relationships

- Complaint handling including resolving and logging of complaints as well as escalating to the appropriate teams where necessary

- Keeping up to date with policy changes through the use of internal systems and training.

- Raising and potential problems with management and the appropriate teams.

Our ideal Customer Service Advisor will have:

- Minimum of 6 months previous experience within a customer focused role either in a contact centre or face to face environment

- Excellent listening skills

- Polite and clear verbal communication skills

- Good IT and Computer skills

- An enthusiastic work ethic

- The ability to work as part of a team

If you are passionate about putting customers first, are motivational, inspirational, and results driven with a passion to succeed then click APPLY now to become our next Customer Service Advisor.

All successful applicants will be subject to a financial background and criminal record (DBS) check as part of our recruitment process.

TSYS Managed Services is an equal opportunities employer and positively encourages applications from suitably qualified and eligible candidates regardless of sex, race, disability, age, sexual orientation, gender reassignment, religion or belief, marital status, or pregnancy and maternity

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Lettings Negotiator job in Manchester, Greater Manchester, United Kingdom - Manchester Jobs

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Job Title: Lettings Negotiator
Job Type: Permanent
Location: Manchester, Greater Manchester, United Kingdom
Salary: £18000/annum
Company: CV-Library
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Category: Property Services
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Job Description: Intus Lettings has an exciting opportunity for a Lettings Negotiator to join the team based in Manchester. You will join us on a full time, permanent basis and receive a competitive salary of £18,000 per annum.

Do you want to be part of a fast paced, forward thinking, nationwide lettings agency?  We are seeking an experienced Lettings Negotiator to assist with an ever-growing portfolio at our Manchester branch.

Building on our existing business, we have recently taken over a new build portfolio of 55 apartments and next year a further 46 apartments will follow, alongside our continuous organic growth.  This branch forms part of a larger branch network with the opportunity to grow within the business.

We believe personality is the key to success at Intus Lettings and we are looking for someone who will embrace their individuality and bring personality to the role. The successful candidate will be a bright and confident character with a passion for people, initiative, a ‘can do’ attitude, and lots of energy.

Your responsibilities as our Lettings Negotiator:

- To identify & follow up on new leads/business generation

- Carrying out viewings at various rental properties

- Drafting tenancy agreements and renewals, carrying out inventories

- Dealing with enquiries via email and telephone

- Helping build up our lettings brand and creating new ways to find tenants for our developments

- Various ad hoc duties

Experience & skills required to become our Lettings Negotiator:

- Experience in property lettings

- Experience generating new business/canvassing

- Strong administration skills, with excellent attention to detail

- Proficient in Microsoft Office and good general IT skills

- Strong communication skills and the ability to provide a professional and friendly customer service

- Knowledge of lettings, landlord and tenant laws would be an advantage

- Full clean UK driving licence

- Available to work alternate Saturdays, from 09:00 to 14:30

Benefits of working for us

- Training and real support are provided to help you reach your potential

-  Private healthcare, pension scheme and free annual eye tests after 1 year of service

-  We pride ourselves on having some of the best staff in the business and are a close team with a low staff turnover

- Immediate start available

If you feel you have the skills and experience to become our Lettings Negotiator then please click ‘Apply’ today

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Sales Progressor job in Manchester, Greater Manchester, United Kingdom - Manchester Jobs

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Job Title: Sales Progressor
Job Type: Permanent
Location: Manchester, Greater Manchester, United Kingdom
Salary: £18000/annum
Company: CV-Library
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Category: Property Services
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Job Description: Are you a people person, with a ‘can do’ attitude and lots of energy?  Do you want to work for an industry leading company, with exacting standards and rewarding results?

Knight Knox has an exciting opportunity for a Sales Progressor to join our After Sales team based in Manchester. You will join us on a full time, permanent basis and receive a starting salary of £18,000 per annum, with realistic OTE of between £28,000 - £30,000.

The Sales Progressor Responsibilities:

- Take ownership of the sales process from reservation to completion

- Update all interested parties in conveyancing matters

- Build strong relationships with Clients, Developers and Solicitors

- Deal with all queries promptly and efficiently, and ensure deadlines are met

- Deliver exceptional customer service to our clients

- Accurately update all activity onto our CRM system

What we’re looking for in our Sales Progressor:

- Previous experience of sales progression, estate agency or sales negotiation

- Knowledge of property sales, property investment, lettings and conveyance

- Organised, with a high level of attention to detail

- Excellent communicator

- Client focused

- Experience with Salesforce or other CRMs would be advantageous

Benefits of becoming our Sales Progressor:

- Great earnings potential

- Private healthcare (after one year’s service)

- A company accredited Investor in People – Silver

- A strong social structure with regular activities and events

If you feel you have the skills and experience to become our Sales Progressor then please click ‘Apply’ today

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IT Technician job in Salford, Greater Manchester, United Kingdom - Manchester Jobs

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Job Title: IT Technician
Job Type: Permanent
Location: Salford, Greater Manchester, United Kingdom
Salary: £17250 - £20000/annum
Company: CV-Library
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Category: IT
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Job Description: Halliwell Homes are looking for an IT Technician to join the team based in Salford. You will join us on a full time, permanent basis and receive a competitive salary of £17,250 - £20,000 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.  

As our IT Technician you will be part of a small team and will be responsible for the coordination of IT and communication functions as directed by the Head of Finance and IT. The post holder will ensure compliance and will maintain data/information on all IT equipment, suppliers and assets to enable the organisation to function to a standard of communication / data management to enable business to take place.

Responsibilities of our IT Technician include:

- Work alongside the Head of Finance and IT and support the IT strategy as set by the Head of Finance and IT.

- Undertake all aspects of administrative duties pertaining to the IT Management process (Computers, Laptops, Smart Phones, Tablets, Mobile Phones, Printers across Head Office, homes and schools), the IT management process, and ensuring compliance in line with IT policies.

- Work closely with suppliers and customers to ensure standards of compliance / data storage for disaster recovery, cyber security and Data Protection Purposes. 

- Advising on software and hardware needs and supporting with the implementation of new systems that meet the needs of department business goals.

- Setting up new equipment including hardware and software, ensuring data security to prevent data loss coordinating the management of data storage and archiving. Minimising potential ‘cyber risks’ including financial loss, disruption or damage to the reputation of Halliwell from some sort of failure of its information technology systems. 

- Working in accordance with ICT related regulations to prevent data security breaches across the organisations ICT infrastructure.

- Supporting with the development of ICT policies and procedures across the organisation.

- Maintaining data/information on all ICT equipment, suppliers and assets over time to enable the organisation to function to a standard of communication / data management to enable business to take place.

- Coordinate the maintenance of IT equipment including PC’s, Laptops, phones, etc and hardware and software referring to suppliers and third parties in accordance with service level agreements. 

- Following the refurbishment and replacement IT asset plan as set by the Head of Finance and IT. 

- Ensure all relevant staff members have the appropriate equipment available to carry out their role.

- Providing data to the Head of Finance and IT for the weekly / monthly report including on use / condition / breakage / loss / theft of equipment reporting noticeable trends.

Skills & Experience required by our IT Technician:

- Level 2 or above qualification in IT/ICT related subject

- A-C GCSE English and Mtahs

- High level of technical knowledge and competence

- Willingness to study towards a degree in a computer related subject

- Good Knowledge of Microsoft Office

- Good knowledge of the world wide web and basic range of functions on browsers

- Good knowledge of Data Protection Legislation

Benefits of becoming our IT Technician:

- 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 IT Technician, 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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Psychotherapist - Children and Adults job in Salford, Greater Manchester, United Kingdom - Manchester Jobs

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Job Title: Psychotherapist - Children and Adults
Job Type: Permanent
Location: Salford, Greater Manchester, United Kingdom
Salary: £37570 - £43772/annum
Company: CV-Library
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Job Description: Halliwell Homes are looking for a Psychotherapist - Children and Adults to join the team based in Salford. You will join us on a full time, permanent basis and receive a competitive salary of £37,570 - £43,772 per annum (dependant on experience and qualifications). Travel required between different locations in the North West and nationally, therefore applicants must have access to their own vehicle.

Halliwell Homes is a leading provider of trauma informed, residential therapeutic care to children aged between five and twelve years old who have complex emotional and behavioural needs.  We are currently recruiting a Psychotherapist - Children and Adults who is able to work with children and adults, including groups. Candidates who have experience working with non clinically-trained professionals, for example in schools or in residential care, are particularly sought after. Candidates who have a recognised qualification or experience delivering play and other creative therapies are also welcome.

Responsibilities of our Psychotherapist - Children and Adults include:

- Provide specialist support to children suffering with the impact of trauma and attachment difficulties, through a variety of creative modalities.

- Contribute to the formulation and implementation of plans of specialist psychological treatment and management of the children’s mental health needs.

- Provide a specialist psychological perspective in the assessment of children referred to the programme.

- Provide reflective practice sessions for teams working with and educating traumatised children.

- Consult with and provide specialist psychological guidance and training to carers and, where appropriate, families and professionals.

- Undertake some training in various theoretical aspects of the Restorative Parenting programme and associated psychology subjects to the practice teams.

- Consult with and advise colleagues from other professions on the progress and emotional well-being of children.

- Participate in meetings concerned with the delivery and developments of clinical services and contribute a psychological perspective as appropriate.

- Develop and maintain good communication links with the NHS, Social Services and other appropriate agencies.

- Participate in regular clinical supervision.

- Work within the Code of Ethics and the relevant professional practice guidelines of the British Psychological Society and the professional guidance frameworks of Halliwell Homes.

- Work within the framework of the policies and procedures of Halliwell.

- Responsible for relevant data collection on work activities, as required, and to maintain a high standard of clinical record keeping.

Skills & Experience required by our Psychotherapist - Children and Adults:

- Recognised qualification in psychotherapy, play therapy, systemic psychotherapy or other Professional Registration with the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC)

- Evidence of continuing professional development

- In-depth experience of working therapeutically with primary school-aged children

- Thorough understanding and working knowledge of up to date theories and practice around both trauma and attachment difficulties, and the appropriate treatment thereof

- Evidence of continuing professional development, as recommended by the appropriate Professional Body, and relevant to child services

- Be well-trained in safeguarding of children, policies and procedures

- Experience of working in a variety of service settings

- Experience of working within and across professional multi-disciplinary and multi-agency teams

Benefits of becoming our Psychotherapist - Children and Adults:

- 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 Psychotherapist - Children and Adults, please click ‘apply’ today - we’d love to hear from you!

We encourage applicants to apply who are on the DBS update service. 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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Plumber/Remedial Technician job in Manchester, Greater Manchester, United Kingdom - Manchester Jobs

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Job Title: Plumber/Remedial Technician
Job Type: Permanent
Location: Manchester, Greater Manchester, United Kingdom
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Company: CV-Library
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Category: Engineering
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Job Description: As part of our on-going expansion, we are currently looking for Plumber/Remedial Technicians to join our enthusiastic team here at hsl Compliance, one of the leading companies in the Legionella compliance industry. You will join us on a full time, permanent basis and in return will receive a competitive salary. You may be required to travel to and work in various locations within the UK. Must be able to work flexible hours.

Primarily providing services to local authorities and housing associations throughout the UK, hsl Compliance are a committed people company who strive to attract employees who have the desire to work hard and who wish to develop and build a career.

The Plumber/Remedial Technician role:

Reporting to the Account Manager, you’ll be working on an array of site based contracts to assist with general plumbing works on communal hot and cold water systems. You’ll be working alongside existing hsl Compliance employees to help respond to call outs when required and liaise with suppliers, clients and tenants. This role is for 40 hours per week (full-time) on a permanent contract with the regular possibility of overtime.

Our ideal Plumber/Remedial Technician will have the following skills and experience:

City & Guilds qualifications or equivalent are required and a CSCS card is preferable.  You should have excellent customer service, communication and organisational skills. A keen eye for detail, strong problem solving and analytical skills are also needed.

Benefits you will receive as our Plumber/Remedial Technician role:

As a valued employee within an expanding business, you will receive up to 25 days holiday per annum plus bank holidays. You’ll be entitled to the company’s sick pay scheme and workplace pension as well as eligible for other benefits. You will be provided a vehicle for company use.

If you feel you have the skills and knowledge to become our Plumber/Remedial Technician role, then click ‘apply’ today. We can’t wait to hear from you

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Product Content Lead job in Bolton, Greater Manchester, United Kingdom - Manchester Jobs

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Job Title: Product Content Lead
Job Type: Permanent
Location: Bolton, Greater Manchester, United Kingdom
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Company: CV-Library
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Category: Marketing
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Job Description: A bit about us:

We’re a bunch of people who go to great lengths to make sure our customers are the happiest customers out there. We may sell everything from washing machines to PlayStations, but at our core we’re a people business.

We roll up our sleeves and work together to make things happen. From logistics, recycling to our award winning IT teams, almost everything we do, we do ourselves to make sure every aspect of our customer journey is done properly.

We launched in 2000 as a result of a £1 bet in a Bolton pub. 18 years later we have a 5* TrustPilot rating (after 100K reviews), expanded our business into Europe and floated on the London stock exchange, but we never lose sight of what we’re about.

More about the Product Content Lead role:

We are looking for a proactive, innovative and experienced Product Experience Lead to manage and champion change on our ecommerce platform.

We want all customers to have the great AO experience – whether shopping for a washing machine, TV or laptop. We need someone to help drive this experience forward.

Leading an established team of product and category specialists, you will help guide the team’s future direction and transformation.

Working cross-functionally, you’ll work with our partner IT teams to ensure seamless stakeholder journeys on site and in house.

Day to day, you’ll be responsible for managing an extensive product catalogue ensuring products are listed quickly, accurately and to the highest of standards. You’ll ensure our customer journeys are optimised across all lister and product pages, through search, facets, merchandising and more.

Alongside the day to day management of the product catalogue, we need someone who will help us optimise our offering - proactively creating more opportunities with our new and existing listings, using a range of data and insight to make recommendations and drive performance.

Here's what you can expect to be doing as our Product Content Lead:

- Launch, manage and optimise listings across all categories

- Manage a team of specialists – guiding, supporting and helping them develop 

- Work with our IT teams to build out solutions for better product quality and customer journey

- Audit health of the categories – finding ways we can improve our listings

- Set measurable objectives, review results and optimise performance through data-driven iteration

- Work with analytics teams to monitor SKU performance and implement improvements and updates

- Analyse metrics and user feedback to derive insights on user trends and behaviour

- Work closely with key team stakeholders to ensure the highest quality standards across site

- Become an expert on how to best surface content – monitoring customer trends, best practices, third party tools and partnerships and internal business intelligence

A few things about you

To be successful as our Product Content Lead you will have:

- 3+ years product management/ecommerce experience

- Proven ability to develop and understand product and brand strategy 

- Project management skills

- Good team player with line management experience

- Ability to adjust to changing priorities and procedures while working on multiple platforms

- Advanced skills in excel and reporting analysis

- Strong aptitude for determining the optimal way to position products in the market 

Why choose AO:

At AO, our culture and our AO’way of doing things is vital to our success. We’re passionate people, determined to do whatever’s necessary to make our customers happy.

The AO motto is “treat every customer like you’d expect your nan to be treated, and make decisions your mum would be proud of”.

Our AO’ers don’t just go through the motions and follow processes, it just isn’t our thing. We don’t follow trends, we set them.

Great People Deserve Great Things:

As an AO employee you can take full advantage of our benefits package. As well as the fundamentals, like pensions and holidays, we have designed our "AO Perks" to help you out financially and make your work life a little easier.

Click ‘Apply’ now to join our family and find out more about the Product Content Lead role

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Graphic Designer job in Wigan, Greater Manchester, United Kingdom - Manchester Jobs

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Job Title: Graphic Designer
Job Type: Permanent
Location: Wigan, Greater Manchester, United Kingdom
Salary: £17500/annum
Company: CV-Library
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Category: Marketing
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Job Description: We’re looking for a Graphic Designer to create graphical and design work to brief that is of an exceptional creative standard, is on brand and produced on time. Joining us on a permanent, full-time basis, you will be based in Wigan and in return we’re offering a competitive salary of £17,500 per annum, plus excellent benefits.

Specialist Leisure Group (SLG) is a successful £200m turnover leisure business which employs more than 2000 people. The Group provides holidays and short breaks for over one million customers each year. The brands are well known and include Shearings Holidays, National Holidays, Caledonian Travel, UK Breakaways, Bay Hotels, Coast & Country Hotels, Country Living Hotels and Wallace Arnold Travel Shops.

As our Graphic Designer, you will contribute towards creative thinking and promote the brand in an effective and stylish manner. You’ll help drive day-to-day enquiries and sales for the brand portfolio and other revenue generating products, to enhance the brand’s performance and profile, whilst targeting a wide range of customers. You will also support Marketing, Product and Trade colleagues in the production of material/tools for both on and offline.

Benefits of joining us as our Graphic Designer:

- Competitive salary

- 31 days holiday per year (inclusive of bank holidays)

- A relaxed, friendly work environment.

- Highly effective, motivated and supportive team members

- Pension scheme

- Discounted hotel rates at group hotels for self as well as friends and family

Key responsibilities of our Graphic Designer:

- Work with the Studio Manager to take creative briefings from the Marketing, Product and Trade teams and ascertain that all information required to produce creative work is gained

- Complete design and artwork from briefing stage right through to final creative files, prepared for print or offline use

- Be part of and participate in conceptual brainstorming sessions with the marketing department and Studio

- Work with Studio Manager to produce all post-production for all campaigns ensuring that all work meets the creative briefs, and that all work is produced on time

- Be responsible and organised, forthcoming to other members of the team with timescales for projects

- Be efficient and organised, able to work efficiently as an individual as well as a team player

- Work with the relevant department heads to ensure that all creative work is on brand and can maximise cut through

- With brand guidance and support from the Studio Manager as well as the marketing team, become known as Brand Advocate for Shearings

- Work with internal marketing teams to ensure that all members are up to date on all current and up-coming tasks on a weekly basis

- Ensure that all work produced is produced on time and is on brand with supervision from the Studio Manager as well as the marketing team

Skills and experience required to become our Graphic Designer:

- Must be experienced in the following - Adobe CC Suite specifically InDesign, Illustrator & Photoshop

- Must have minimum 2 years’ experience as a creative with mac skills or a designer

- Be educated to degree level with a graphics design degree

- Must have worked in a team environment and be used to producing conceptual work as well as graphics and design work – must be a creative thinker

- Knowledge of HTML5 & CSS would be an advantage

Above all, you will need to have the right attitude. Our customers are at the heart of everything we do and so we expect you to do everything in your power to make their experience the absolute best it could possibly be. We don’t believe in ‘that’s not my job’ so you will need to be adaptable and flexible to help the wider team meet and exceed our customers’ expectations.

If you feel you have the skills and experience to become our Graphic Designer, please click apply now

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Project Support Administrator job in Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, United Kingdom - Nottingham Jobs

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Job Title: Project Support Administrator
Job Type: Permanent
Location: Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, United Kingdom
Salary: £18500 - £23000/annum
Company: CV-Library
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Category: Administration
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Job Description: Due to the Company’s continued success we are looking to expand our administration team in Nottingham and are seeking an enthusiastic and dedicated Project Support Administrator. This is an excellent opportunity for someone looking to develop their career and become a valued member of the team. You should be positive and enthusiastic having the ability to provide the client with a premium service and the capability to work independently or within a team when required. You will join us on a full time, permanent basis working Monday – Friday 8am – 5pm. In return you will receive a competitive salary plus benefits.

TIS are a forward thinking and nationally renowned Security and Communications Company who are NSI Gold and BAFE accredited. We specialise in the design, installation, service and maintenance of integrated security systems and manufacture specialist equipment.  TIS work with a wide range of public and private sector businesses and have achieved a reputation for quality, care and reliability which is second to none. 

Our absolute ambition is to provide and maintain a premium service in the industry with staff wellbeing, safety and environmental considerations at the forefront of our services. Our strategy is to achieve a premium service and a commitment to employees, customers and all stakeholders. We provide an environment of quality and care helping employees engage with our customers, putting them at the heart of what we do.

Benefits you’ll receive as our Project Support Administrator:

- Pension Scheme

- Life and Accident Insurance

- Medical Cash Plan

- Birthday Holiday

- Sky Benefits

- Employee Assistance Programme

- Cycle to Work Scheme                             

The Project Support Administrator role involves:

- Providing support to the project, sales and contracts team

- Creating and producing documents

- Liaise with the customer to ensure all updates are communicated effectively

- Formatting and proof-reading quotations

- Updating the companies CRM database and trackers

- Creating O & M Manuals

- Creating and producing reports

- Collating engineers’ documentation

- Invoicing

Key Experience/Qualifications:

- Good computer skills and a familiarity with Microsoft packages are essential

- Excellent customer service skills

- You will be a team player with ambition

- Be able to communicate and build successful working relationships with customers and other employees

- Excellent verbal and written communication skills

- Administration experience/qualification

- Knowledge of CCTV, Access Control and Door Entry (desirable but not essential)

You should also have the ability to:

- Work on your own initiative or as part of a team

- Work well under pressure and be able to meet deadlines

- Have the desire to learn and continually improve your knowledge

With excellent opportunities to develop and enhance your career, TIS Ltd is the place to be. Why not click ‘apply’ today to become our Project Support Administrator – don’t miss out on this exceptional opportunity.

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Automatic Door Engineer job in Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, United Kingdom - Nottingham Jobs

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Job Title: Automatic Door Engineer
Job Type: Permanent
Location: Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, United Kingdom
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Category: Engineering
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Job Description: Due to the Company’s continued success we are looking to expand our automatic door team and are seeking an enthusiastic and dedicated Automatic Door Engineer based in Nottingham. This is an excellent opportunity for someone looking to develop their career and become a valued member of the team. You will join us on a full time, permanent basis working Monday – Friday 8am – 5pm. In return you will receive a competitive salary plus benefits.

TIS are a forward thinking and nationally renowned Security and Communications Company who are NSI Gold and BAFE accredited. We specialise in the design, installation, service and maintenance of integrated security systems and manufacture specialist equipment.  TIS work with a wide range of public and private sector businesses and have achieved a reputation for quality, care and reliability which is second to none. 

Our absolute ambition is to provide and maintain a premium service in the industry with staff wellbeing, safety and environmental considerations at the forefront of our services. Our strategy is to achieve a premium service and a commitment to employees, customers and all stakeholders. We provide an environment of quality and care helping employees engage with our customers, putting them at the heart of what we do.

Benefits you’ll receive as our Automatic Door Engineer:

- Pension Scheme

- Life and Accident Insurance

- Medical Cash Plan

- Cycle to Work Scheme

- Employee Assistance Programme

- Sky Benefits and birthday holiday

- All power tools

- Company vehicle

The Automatic Door Engineer role involves:

- Installation of manual and automatic doors, closing mechanisms, locks and barriers. Will include some repair and maintenance work.

- Ensuring the system conforms to the relevant BS standards.

- Accurate completion of documentation, timesheets and submission of job reports through the Company’s service system.

- Provide a high level of customer service at all times.

- Working to safe health and safety practices at all times.

Key Experience/qualifications:

- Be able to demonstrate a good technical knowledge of Automatic Door Systems and barriers.

- Working knowledge of BS EN 16005/BS 7036.

- ADSA qualification would be an advantage

- Electrical and mechanical experience

- 3 years’ experience in installation or fault finding and repairing of systems.

- Full UK driving licence.

Qualities required:

- A Positive, self-motivated proactive individual.

- Ability to operate effectively under pressure to rapidly changing circumstances.

- Good communication skills with the ability to build successful working relationships with customers and colleagues.

- Be well organised and have self-discipline.

- Have the desire to learn and continually improve your knowledge.

With excellent opportunities to develop and enhance your career, TIS Ltd is the place to be. Why not click ‘apply’ today to become our Automatic Door Engineer – don’t miss out on this exceptional opportunity.

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Collections Negotiator job in Harlow, Essex, United Kingdom - Harlow Jobs

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Job Title: Collections Negotiator
Job Type: Permanent
Location: Harlow, Essex, United Kingdom
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Company: CV-Library
Category: Customer Services
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Job Description: Newlyn is currently looking for home based Collections Negotiators to join their team. You will join us on either a full time or part time basis working various hours. We welcome flexible working making this ideal for candidates looking for a role to fit around school term times. In return we offer a competitive salary of £16,000 - £21,000 per annum (OTE £25,000 - £35,000).

As our Collections Negotiator you will work the below shifts*:

Shift 1: 9.00 to 15.00, Monday to Friday and alternative Saturdays

Shift 2: 8.00 to 15.30 & 15.30 to 21.00 (alternative weeks) + alternative weekends;

*other options are available and can be discussed at interview

Newlyn PLC is a nationwide enforcement company. Established in 1999, we provide a comprehensive, tailor made debt recovery and bailiff enforcement services to local authority and commercial clients across the UK.

We are looking for experienced debt collection agents to work from home. This is an exciting opportunity for experienced, enthusiastic and hardworking individuals. You will be responsible for collecting outstanding government debt, including Council Tax and Road Traffic parking fines.

What you’ll be doing as our Collections Negotiator:

- Servicing high volume of outbound / inbound calls to recover outstanding debts

- Discussing with customers how to clear their debt

- Setting up payment plans where necessary

- Following up with customers

- Logging all information on the internal system

- You will be required to travel to our main office in  Northampton for training for between 2-4 weeks depending on experience – expenses will be covered and then monthly visits for team meetings and on-going training and development

Our Collections Negotiator will have the below skills and experience:

- You will be assertive, pro-active and highly self-motivated

- Ability to negotiate effectively with customers whilst always maintaining a high level of professionalism and have the ability to make sensible decisions

- Have a very resilient nature, excellent communication skills and have the ability to remain calm at all times as you will be dealing with customers at pre-enforcement stage of debt collection; this could mean that you will be dealing with potentially aggressive and very distressed customers

You may have experience of the following: Debt Collection Agents, Credit Controller, Telesales Agent, Telesales Executive

Our Values

Everything we do is shaped by the six Values of Human, Accountable, Passion, People, Integrity, Innovative.  Our values inform the foundations of our relationships with customers and clients, but they also shape how we measure and reward the performance of our colleagues. Simply put, success is not just about what you achieve, but about how you achieve it.

Our Diversity

We aim to foster a culture where individuals of all backgrounds feel confident in bringing their whole selves to work, feel included and their talents are nurtured, empowering them to contribute fully to our vision and goals.

Our Benefits

Our colleagues are unique and that’s why we offer a range of benefits, allowing every colleague to choose the best options for their personal circumstances. These include a competitive salary and pension, health cash plan and all the tools, technology and support to help you become the very best you can be.

If you feel you would be successful as our new Collections Negotiator then please show your interest by clicking ‘apply’ now

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Enforcement Agent job in Norwich, Norfolk, United Kingdom

Apply for Enforcement Agent job in Norwich, Norfolk, United Kingdom, Norfolk, United Kingdom. Accounting/Financial/Insurance jobs in Norwich, Norfolk, United Kingdom.

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Job Title: Enforcement Agent
Job Type: Permanent
Location: Norwich, Norfolk, United Kingdom
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Company: CV-Library
Category: Accounting/Financial/Insurance
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Newlyn is currently looking for a number of Enforcement Agents to join their team you will be home based but we need coverage in the Norwich area. You will join us on a full time, permanent basis and in return you will receive a competitive salary. You must be flexible with working hours as early mornings, evenings and Saturdays can be required.

The holder of this position must be an honest and dedicated individual who can display excellent communication and negotiation skills.  The applicant must also be numerate and articulate. A full driving licence is required along with first-rate navigation skills and excellent organisational and prioritising ability. The successful Enforcement Agent will need to have passed the IRRV exam and hold Bailiff Certification.

Who are Newlyn PLC

Established since 1999 we are now one of the top 5 Enforcement Companies in the UK and are the top performer in almost every Borough we service.

We believe in cultivating positive relationships, with our clients, our customers and our people.

Professional, friendly service runs through everything we do and we're keen to develop our team’s passion, innovation and

integrity.

We want 'To be the best at what we do today, tomorrow and in the future'

What you’ll be doing as our Enforcement Agent …

- Visit Taxpayers with a view to collecting outstanding monies or removal of goods

- Interact with members of the Public in person and on the phone when enforcing Magistrates Liability Order

- Interact with Clients in person and on the phone, taking instructions and implementing those instructions

- Cash collection and the correct cash accounting to the office of all monies received

- Dealing with Removal Contractors and Auctioneers

- Completing all the necessary documentation in a detailed and accurate manner

Our Enforcement Agent will have the below skills and experience…

- Able to organise own workload and prioritise

- Able to work on own

- Use of initiative

- Communication skills

- Reliable

- Assessment skills

- Ability to deal with the public in difficult situations

- Able to communicate with people on all levels – orally and in writing

- Must be assertive whilst at the same time compassionate

- Confident manner and strong personality

- Have good administration skills

- Smartly dressed

- Self motivated

Our Values

Everything we do is shaped by the six Values of Human, Accountable, Passion, People, Integrity, Innovative.  Our values inform the foundations of our relationships with customers and clients, but they also shape how we measure and reward the performance of our colleagues. Simply put, success is not just about what you achieve, but about how you achieve it.

Our Diversity

We aim to foster a culture where individuals of all backgrounds feel confident in bringing their whole selves to work, feel included and their talents are nurtured, empowering them to contribute fully to our vision and goals.

Our Benefits

Our colleagues are unique and that’s why we offer a range of benefits, allowing every colleague to choose the best options for their personal circumstances. These include a competitive salary and pension, health cash plan and all the tools, technology and support to help you become the very best you can be.

If you feel you would be successful as our new Enforcement Agent then please show your interest by clicking ‘apply’ now…

Newlyn are an equal opportunities employer and comply with all equal ops legislation.

A criminal disclosure will be requested in the event of an individual before offered this position

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Blinds Fitter job in Middlesbrough, North Yorkshire, United Kingdom

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Job Title: Blinds Fitter
Job Type: Permanent
Location: Middlesbrough, North Yorkshire, United Kingdom
Salary: £50000/annum
Company: CV-Library
Category: Construction
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Blinds Fitter -  £50,000 + earnings p/a

Flexible Hours to suit you – Full and Part-Time

Imagine working for yourself, at your own pace, with hours that suit your needs and lifestyle. You will be joining a network of over 1000 self-employed advisors who operate locally and do just that.

Hillarys was established nearly 50 years ago and remains the UK’s leading provider of window furnishings solutions with an annual turnover of £250m a year. With in-home Advising and/or Installation roles available there’s an opportunity to suit everyone.

If this will be something completely new to you don’t worry, most of our Advisors felt the same before they joined. We’re committed to make every Advisor business successful and you’ll benefit from a comprehensive programme of training and support right from the start. It’s obvious how good the opportunity is when most tell us they wish they’d have joined Hillarys sooner.

Work for yourself, not by yourself – the benefits of running your own business without the worries:

Visit customers locally – you needn’t worry about finding your own customers

Realise high earning potential quickly

Go at your own pace – manage your own diary and your commitment

As an in-home Blinds Fitter you will:

Visit customers in their homes at a pre-arranged appointment time

Measure and advise on a fantastic range of products and on-trend fabrics

Return to install the product at a time agreed with the customer

You should:

Be personable, approachable and confident when meeting new people

Have a vehicle and valid UK driving licence

Be competent in DIY

All our new Advisors receive comprehensive Foundation training at the Hillarys Academy, full Tool Kit, IT package, branded Hillarys Workwear and samples when they join. All Advisors make a small one-off initial investment to get their career with Hillarys underway.

Olivia and her husband work together to complete sales and installations in Berkshire:

“Following many years working in property sales, lettings and development, I was looking for a new role in property which would offer me more flexibility and be better suited to family life with three teenaged children. I was also looking for a role which would be creative and rewarding. Becoming a Hillarys advisor has done just that - I work the hours that suit me, meeting so many lovely people who seem genuinely delighted to greet me in their homes, and I find beautiful solutions to dress their windows within the parameters of their budgets. The opportunity has totally surpassed our expectations.”  

If you are excited by this opportunity please complete the application form online - visit our website

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