The Royal College of Psychiatrists is the leading medical authority on mental health in the United Kingdom and is the professional and educational organisation for doctors specialising in psychiatry. The College plays a central role in establishing and promoting the highest standards of psychiatric care and training in the United Kingdom. Training & Workforce Project Co-ordinator £27,564 per annum 6 Months Fixed Term Contract - with possible extension 35 hours per week The Royal College of Psychiatrists is looking to appoint a dynamic and capable individual to provide project support to the Training & Workforce Unit primarily for activities related to two separate workstreams focussed on improving addictions training for psychiatrists and investigating and analysing the career choices and reasons for attrition within psychiatric training. The successful applicant will be highly articulate and have strong administrative skills as well as the ability to support, monitor and report on a range of projects to internal and external stakeholders. This exciting role will give you the opportunity to work within a busy results-driven team. We only recruit the best and in return for your commitment the College offers an attractive salary and benefits. For an information pack, download one from the College website Closing date for applications: 25 February 2019 10:00am Interview date: Wednesday 13 March 2019 The College is an Equal Opportunities Employer. Charity registration. no. 228636. We welcome applications from all sections of the Community. NO AGENCIES OR PUBLICATIONS PLEASE.jobs by
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Natilik is a specialist IT & Communications provider.As a company, our purpose is to be the confident guide for our clients; to learn, lead and transform. To assist our clients through the complex world of technology and deliver the best possible outcomes for their business. It means being brave as well as pragmatic; delivering what we say we will and ultimately becoming a valued and trusted partner.That’s why we are called Natilik, a name inspired by a group of people that guided others to achieve amazing things.ROLEIn FY19 the Natilik Security business is expected to achieve revenues of £7.5m, having benefited from excellent growth over the last 3 years up from £1.5m in 2015. As our revenue continues to grow, so does the team. As such, we're looking for a Solution Architect, that can design and deliver solutions to our growing client baseThe team currently consists of 9 Security experts across Project Engineering, Solution Design, and Network Support Engineering. The team is forecast to grow to over 25 in the same period.Responsible for the design and transition of Natilik's security clients, on a day to day basis the Solution Architect will:Provide design and transition solutions for Security customers, providing both clarity of message and execution on the Natilik solution promises Run technical showcases for clients Select and design our suite of Security partners, translating their value proposition to Natilik clients Work with design experts in our other practices (Networks, Data Centre, etc.) to provide cross-architectural solutions RequirementsIn-depth knowledge of the security industry A working understanding of the managed service provider model Experience designing security focused solutions in Cisco environments (ideally with the certifications to back it up, like CCDA) Strong experience in Cisco Security and preferable other key Security vendors such as F5 Networks and Palo Alto. BenefitsQuarterly Awards and Bonuses Flexible Working Industry leading home working and mobility technology Private Healthcare Competitive Pension Scheme Discounted Gym Membership
Funded to 31.3.2022 by Trust for London Stay Safe East is a leading user-run agency working with Deaf and disabled survivors of domestic violence, hate crime and other abuse. All our practice is inclusive and aimed at promoting the human rights of our clients. The advocate will provide long-term Benefits Advocacy to our clients, some at a critical point in their lives, and support them to obtain a living income and any additional resources they need to enjoy a quality of life. You will assist clients to apply for welfare benefits, support them with assessments, appeals and challenging sanctions; you will assist with budgeting, refer clients for Debt Advice and help them obtain grants and entitlements such as Freedom Pass. You will also run regular benefits advice sessions for disabled people at a local community centre and produce guidance on the income needs of Deaf and disabled survivors. This is an excellent opportunity for an experienced benefits adviser who would like to offer more specialist long-term support. You must have a proven track record of success. You must be effective, self-motivated and an excellent communicator who is able to work sensitively with disabled people who may be traumatised. We particularly welcome applications from women (the majority of our clients are female survivors of domestic abuse), and from disabled people. We are a user-led organisation of disabled people where peer support and positive role models are essential to building the long term self-confidence and resilience of our clients. We have a positive policy on training and employing disabled people. We aim to make our office and systems as accessible as possible to our staff.jobs by
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Natilik is a specialist IT & Communications provider.As a company, our purpose is to be the confident guide for our clients; to learn, lead and transform. To assist our clients through the complex world of technology and deliver the best possible outcomes for their business. It means being brave as well as pragmatic; delivering what we say we will and ultimately becoming a valued and trusted partner.That’s why we are called Natilik, a name inspired by a group of people that guided others to achieve amazing things.ROLEIn FY19 the Natilik Security business is expected to achieve revenues of £7.5m, having benefited from excellent growth over the last 3 years up from £1.5m in 2015. As our revenue continues to grow, so does the team. As such, we're looking for a Principal Solution Architect, that can lead the technical side of the Security practice.The team currently consists of 9 Security experts across Project Engineering, Solution Design, and Network Support Engineering. The team is forecast to grow to over 25 in the same period.Responsible for the design and transition elements of the Natilik Security business and creating a compelling vision for the Natilik Security business, on a day to day basis the Principal Solution Architect will:Manage the technical development of the Design and Transition team, ensuring team cohesiveness is maintained as it grows Be the senior owner for Security with our clients and prospects, providing both clarity of message and execution on the Natilik solution promises Have visibility of all pre-sales engagements within the Security practice Select and design our suite of Security partners, translating their value proposition to Natilik clients Develop operational processes with the wider business, client MDs for utilisation of SAs Reporting back to the leadership team on Security practice successes RequirementsIn-depth knowledge of the security industry A working understanding of the managed service provider model Strong experience in Cisco Security and preferable other key Security vendors such as F5 Networks and Palo Alto Proven mentor-ship and leadership of technical teams BenefitsQuarterly Awards and Bonuses Flexible Working Industry leading home working and mobility technology Private Healthcare Competitive Pension Scheme Discounted Gym Membership
Crisis is the national charity for homeless people. We know that homelessness is not inevitable. We know that together we can end it. Our innovative education, employment, housing and well-being services address individual needs and help homeless people to transform their lives. We are recruiting for six Trainee Progression Coaches. One each in Birmingham, Edinburgh, London, Merseyside, Newcastle and South Wales. About the role The Crisis trainee scheme is only for people with lived experience of homelessness. It is open to current Crisis members and anyone who has accessed homelessness services within the last two years. The role will support you to develop the skills and knowledge to join the team in Birmingham in providing a safe, welcoming, supportive, and non-judgmental environment for members, volunteers and tutors. It will also prepare you for further employment after your placement at Crisis. As a Trainee Progression Coach, you will participate in the provision of an information, advice and guidance service for Crisis Skylight members, providing practical support and advice to enable service users to improve their quality of life, develop their skills and make decisions about their future. Alongside other Crisis coaches, you will support members to set goals and create individual progression plans. In addition, you will support and encourage member involvement within Skylight and contribute to the successful delivery of all relevant aspects of the member involvement strategy. About you To be successful in this role you will have an interest in pursuing a career in the homelessness sector or a related area. You will demonstrate knowledge of issues affecting homeless or vulnerably housed individuals. This could include issues such as mental illness, addiction, benefit system and sanctions and housing. Being committed to empowering homeless and vulnerably housed individuals is essential to this role. Benefits As a member of the team you will have access to a wide range of employee benefits including: - Interest free loans to purchase a train season ticket or a bike or for a deposit to secure a tenancy - Mandatory pension scheme, with an employer contribution of 8.5% - 25 days’ annual leave which increases with service to 28 days Alongside our excellent staff benefits, we will support your ongoing development to build your skills, experience and career. How to apply If this sound likes the opportunity for you, please visit our website to apply online. You can download the job pack which contains the person specification, more details on the role and advice on how to apply by visiting our website and clicking on the ‘Vacancy details’ button by the description of the role. If you need to request an application in an alternative format, please contact the HR Team (details can be found on our website). Closing date: Please visit our website for the job pack of the area you wish to apply for. We value diversity, promote equality and encourage and applications from people of all backgrounds. We particularly welcome applications from people with lived experience of homelessness. For more information about our work please visit our website. Registered Charity Numbers: E&W1082947, SC040094jobs by
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Care Assistants at Anchor make a real and positive impact to the lives of older people who have a range of care needs as well as life experiences and personalities that makes every day varied and interesting. If you have a caring nature, a natural interest in people and want to make a difference then this might be just the job for you. We provide fantastic training and ongoing support so no experience required - just the right values and attitude. 20 hours or 30 hours available. Ridgemount in Banstead is home to well trained and helpful staff with rooms for up to 66 residents. At Anchor, we pride ourselves in providing 24-hour care and specialised services for elderly people, the beauty of our grounds, the quality of our catering and our engaging activities we deliver. As England’s largest not-for-profit provider of care and housing for older people, we’re able to negotiate great deals and benefits for our people. Here are just a few of the things you’ll get when you work with Anchor. Exclusive discounts on high-street shopping 20% off mobile phone contracts Cashback on dental and medical expenses 25% off Private Healthcare
About us Crisis is the national charity for homeless people. We know that homelessness is not inevitable. We know that together we can end it. This is an exciting time to join the Philanthropy team at Crisis. We have an ambitious fundraising target, with high growth forecast for the next five years and a number of planned projects and appeals. With a new organisational strategy focused on ending homelessness in Great Britain for good, we have the unique opportunity to create life-changing experiences for our supporters and members. To be able to achieve our aims, we need partners who have the resources and desire to help end homelessness, and great fundraisers who can bring them closer to Crisis. About the role As a Senior Philanthropy Lead, you will: Build strong relationships with supporters, securing gifts at the five, six and seven figure level. Actively seek new business and manage a healthy prospect pipeline. Create advocates by ensuring that all supporters have a rewarding experience of supporting Crisis. Support and facilitate peer-to-peer giving, including working with senior volunteers. Build relationships within Crisis, to identify funding opportunities, ways to involve supporters, and new prospects. Confidently communicate the complexity of homelessness, inspiring support at the highest level. Ensure that funding proposals are of the highest standard and aligned to Crisis’ long-term goals. Take the lead on fundraising campaigns, events and other key projects. Contribute to the evolution of the Philanthropy and Partnerships strategy and the overarching fundraising strategy. About you To be successful in this role you will have: An entrepreneurial attitude, with the ability to learn quickly and work proactively. A proven track record of building strong relationships with supporters and securing gifts of five figures plus. Experience of engaging and influencing high-value and high-profile individuals. Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal (including listening skills). Excellent influencing skills to develop internal and external relationships. Ability to manage projects, events and fundraising campaigns. Experience of planning, monitoring and evaluating success in major donor fundraising or a comparable sector. Demonstrable understanding of digital marketing techniques and willingness to use in high value fundraising Commitment to Crisis’ purpose and values including equality and social inclusion Experience of working with senior volunteers, boards or similar. Benefits As a member of the team you will have access to a wide range of employee benefits including: Interest free loans to purchase a train season ticket or a bike or for a deposit to secure a tenancy Mandatory pension scheme, with an employer contribution of 8.5% 25 days’ annual leave which increases with service to 28 days Up to two days working from home in line with Crisis’ homeworking policy Alongside our excellent staff benefits, we will support your ongoing development to build your skills, experience and career. How to apply If this sound likes the opportunity for you, please submit a CV and cover letter, your cover letter should address points 1, 5 and 7 of the person specification. The job description is available on our website by clicking on the 'Vacancy Details' button. If you need to request an application in an alternative format, please contact the HR Team, contact details can be found on our website. Closing date: 27th February 2019 (11.59pm) We value diversity, promote equality and encourage and applications from people of all backgrounds. We particularly welcome applications from people with lived experience of homelessness. We are also keen to hear from people from other sectors and career backgrounds if they can demonstrate the knowledge and skills required. For more information and to see our work in action, please visit our website. Registered Charity Numbers: E&W1082947, SC040094jobs by
35 hours per week, full-time, Monday - Friday Fixed term contract - 12 months We're Mind, the mental health charity. We won't give up until everyone experiencing a mental health problem gets support ...jobs by
CAREER OPPORTUNITIES Recruitment Open Day 20th February 2019 10am - 4pm Epsom College a highly successful independent co-educational day and boarding school on the edge of Epsom Downs is looking to recruit Facilities and Catering Staff across the campus. Following the on-going expansion of our first class Facilities and Catering Services we have various vacancies for catering and facilities staff with flexible working hours including full time, part time and term time only. Competitive rates of pay and general benefits package is offered. Successful applicants will have a customer service focus along with a professional, flexible and can do approach. Join us for coffee & pastries and a chance to meet the team and find out more about our exciting job opportunities at the College. Further details of our current vacancies, please go to Applicants are welcome to contact the Facilities Manager Kay Wright , or Bev Spencer, Head of Catering, for an informal chat and to find out more about the vacancies. Epsom College is exempt from the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act and as part of the selection process for any post an enhanced check by the Disclosure and Barring Service will be required. Epsom College is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff to share this commitment. Interested? Don't hesitate! Click "apply" now to download our application form
We're Scope. We won't stop until we achieve a society where all disabled people enjoy equality and fairness. At home. At school. At work. In our communities. The Head of Research and Impact is a high-profile senior role leading an established team to deliver innovative research and impact work, which gives Scope a unique insight into disabled people’s experiences, needs and aspirations. We are looking for someone with experience of leading and conducting research that influences changes in policy or practice; communicating research effectively; and with a good understanding of a range of methodologies. Someone who is inspiring to others, with an analytical mind, and an exceptional ability to see the potential stories behind data would take the research and impact team to the next level. You’ll be joining the Policy and Research department leading a high-performing research and impact team, growing Scope’s credibility as an evidence-led organisation that applies innovative methods and builds creative partnerships, always with a focus on our social change goals. Scope is pioneering, courageous, open, connected and fair and offers its employees a range of benefits. You’ll be based at our open-plan, accessible, and contemporary offices in the Olympic Park in Stratford with excellent underground and overground transport links. Person Specification Knowledge and experience Essential · A track record of leading and conducting research that influences changes in policy or practice. · Strong leadership and people management experience. · Experience in communicating research effectively to a range of audiences. · A track record of working effectively across teams to contribute to the overarching objectives and priorities of an organisation. · Confidence in own judgement and research capability. · Proven project management skills · Commitment to continued professional and leadership development. Desirable · Demonstrable understanding of the social model of disability. · Established networks in government, the voluntary sector and social research community · Experience of measuring social impact and an understanding of different approaches to evaluation and impact. · Experience of commissioning and managing research consultants to deliver successful research programmes. · Successful delivery of large scale, multi-year social research programmes, including reporting to grant funders. Skills and competencies Essential · Exceptional research skills, with a good understanding of a range of methodologies. · Confident communicator of work and ideas to a range of external and internal audiences. · Ability to think creatively and innovate. · An analytical mind, with an exceptional ability to see the potential stories behind data. · Highly developed personal influencing skills · Ability to be flexible, work effectively under pressure and deal with conflicting priorities. · Effective IT skills, including Microsoft Office and research and data software packages. For further details and to apply, please attach a covering letter as to why you are suitable for the role and send to us by the 25th February 2019. Interviews are expected to be held on 6 March 2019. Disabled candidates Equality and inclusion are at the heart of Scope’s mission and we are committed to creating a diverse and inclusive workplace with equality of opportunity for everyone. We welcome applications from disabled people, and guarantee interviews to disabled applicants who meet the minimum job criteria. Please let us know in your application if you are applying under the “Guaranteed Interview Scheme”jobs by
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Ecolab Pest Control Service Specialist Location : Across London Ecolab are a leading provider of commercial pest control solutions and support well known brand names across the UKIE. Being a provider of proactive customer solutions means we also proactively seek talent of the future. We would like to speak to individuals that have spirit, pride and determination and live across London. We have immediate vacancies across Hounslow, Twickenham, Slough, Brent Cross, Dulwich and Essex. Regardless of your location apply today and speak with a pest industry recruiter that can provide more detail on an Ecolab and pest industry career. Be part of an industry leading pest control team team. In this position, you will provide timely and cost effective pest detection, elimination and prevention solutions to an established route of commercial customers. You'll provide brand protection to your around-the-clock customers including commercial businesses such as restaurants, hotels, hospitals, nursing homes, schools, retail stores, and food and beverage processing plants. Make your service and sales expertise work for you with Ecolab Pest Elimination UKIE What You Will Do: * Establish effective working relationships with a variety of customers and partner with them on best practices to identify and solve pest problems. * Keep abreast of Ecolab's product/service offerings and industry conditions, to enhance service and sales of pest prevention/elimination solutions. * Use Apple technology to manage service and document structural, sanitation and pest issues. * Deliver a quality inspection and treatment service to exceed customer expectation and specification. * Provide customers with written evidence of service delivered and advice for maintaining pest free conditions. * Apply pesticides in accordance with label recommendations and comply with relevant legislation. * Plan work routes efficiently and productively and achieve 100% state of service. * Accurately submit reports and other related paperwork as required at specified time intervals. What's in it For You: * Enjoy a paid training program allowing you to learn from successful professionals * Receive a company service vehicle for business use * Opportunity for a long term, advanced career path in service, sales, or management * Flexible, independent work environment where you will manage a monthly schedule * Access to best in class resources, tools, and technology * Grow your income as you drive growth * Thrive in a company that values a culture of safety to include top-notch safety training and personal protection equipment * Comprehensive corporate benefits package starting day 1 of employment Career Package Details * Permanent career * 40 hours per week between the hours of 8am to 5pm * Company vehicle/Travel card and all PPE and equipment provided * Salary between 18 to 22K depending on experience and qualification * 4% Flexible benefits bonus each year : * 4% of base salary as annual bonus to spend on products such as extra days annual leave, private medical and/or dental, , high street store card or simply use as a salary increase * 1x Life assurance at base salary level * Ecolab pension - 3% employee and 7% employer * Performance bonus, overtime, out of hours and commission available * As a registered training center you will be offered best in class learning and development support throughout your career Please register your interest and apply today.
The Fairtrade Foundation’s vision is of a world in which justice and sustainable development are at the heart of trade so that everyone, through their work, can maintain a decent and dignified livelihood and develop their full potential. This is a pivotal time to be joining the Foundation as we continue to push for even greater impact bringing the benefits of trade for marginalized farmers and workers. We are recruiting for a Partnerships Manager to lead on the relationship management of some of our key retail commercial partners. This is a crucial role as building successful partnerships with commercial organisations is an essential part of achieving our goal. The main focus of the role will be to build relationships with current Fairtrade partners and to seek out new opportunities in those partnerships with the fundamental aim of growing the market. You will need to maximise the marketing and communication of Fairtrade values through brand relationships and ensure Fairtrade’s position as a leader in sustainability is demonstrated through our commercial partnerships. You’ll need to be able to work autonomously and flexibly, with demonstrable success in independently managing key accounts in the FMCG or related sector. You will also have a proven history of consistently meeting challenging targets and proven selling, influencing and negotiation skills. It’s an exciting time to join the Fairtrade Foundation – we are more than half way through our 2016-2020, Fairtrade Can, I Can. Fairtrade Foundation is a passionate and ambitious development organisation committed to tackling poverty and injustice through trade. We are best known as the independent, not-for-profit body behind the FAIRTRADE Mark, a product label assuring consumers that their purchase helps disadvantaged farmers and workers in developing countries secure a better deal. The Fairtrade Foundation is an equal opportunities employer and welcomes applications from all sections of the community. Closing date: 18 February 2019, 10am Interviews: We anticipate interviews to take place on week of 25 February 2019 12 Month Fixed term Contractjobs by
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London, South East England Contract, full-time Multi-skilled Tradesperson Circa £27,000 plus overtime. 40 hours per week Harrow Churches Housing Association (HCHA) is a social housing provider with stock within the M25, predominantly in Harrow. We also have a great service called ADAPT that offers basic aids and adaptations to people in their own home to help them remain independent. The HCHA Maintenance Team provide a speedy responsive repair and maintenance service to our tenants including plumbing and electrical work, day to day repairs and some painting and decorating. We are looking for an experienced and confident all-rounder who can also help us build ADAPT. The service involves working with the general public as well as our own tenants. You will be expected to lead and help to develop the service and take responsibility for making it work. You do not need direct experience of assessing and fitting aids and adaptations as we will train you to become a Trusted Assessor. Our current team are all trained and will support you to develop your skills and work with ADAPT. This role would really suit someone who can manage their own workload, be able to estimate and accurately quote and then deliver high quality work, and also demonstrate excellent customer service skills. To be successful in the role you will need to possess:Solid experience across multi-trades Ability to work unsupervised and acquire a Trusted Assessor qualification within the first three months in the roleHigh standards of work, a professional approach and ability to manage own workloadAbility to deal sensitively with people who need support to remain independentA genuine interest in helping us make ADAPT work including being able to sell the idea to new customersClean driving licence Closing Date: 12 noon Friday 21st February 2019 Assessments: to be confirmed Interviews: to be confirmed HCHA is committed to equality of opportunity. We guarantee an interview to anyone with a disability whose application meets the minimum criteria for the post.
Centrepoint is the UK’s leading charity for homeless young people. Working with over 10,000 young people every year, our vision is to end youth homelessness. While we pursue this vision, our immediate focus is on providing vulnerable young people with a place to call home and a chance to acquire the skills they need to build a better future. Supporter Care is at the heart of any organisation, as individual donors help to secure our long term future and enable us to work toward our ultimate goal of ending youth homelessness. The primary function of Supporter Care is to support individual givers through their journey with Centrepoint and adopting their point of view and behaviours to giving them the best experience as a Centrepoint supporter. As Supporter Care Advisor you will report into the Supporter Care Manager and will handle the day to day supporter queries via the telephone, email and post. In this role you will champion the supporter as the Supporter Care team aspires to maximise income and loyalty through developing supporter relationships, improving supporter experiences and providing excellent standards of service. Alongside this, you will build supporter insight, offering expertise and sharing supporter perceptions and behaviours which will be fed into future communications. As Supporter Care Advisor you will always put the supporter at the forefront and heart of everything Centrepoint does.The ideal candidate will be able to demonstrate: Experience of working in a supporter/customer care team and dealing with enquiries over the phone, email and social media Excellent customer care skills Attention to detail Experience of using a relational database Experience of writing engaging thank you letters Experience of reviewing and changing processes Experience of managing a busy workload Being proactive and forward thinking in continually improving the supporter experience within Supporter Care and across fundraising In return, you will receive a competitive salary, excellent training and development and a host of staff benefits such as interest free travel loan and stakeholder pension scheme entitlement. You will work in a supportive yet challenging environment and take pride in the result of your efforts, which will have a direct impact on young people. We seek to challenge discrimination and are committed to fairness and equality. We especially welcome applications from anyone with direct experience of being homeless or using young people’s services. Interviews: Will be held on 28th February 2019jobs by
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Are you creative? Do you work well with your hands and have an eye for detail? Would you like the opportunity to join a small team in a unique field? We are pleased to offer a position within our busy dental laboratory which is centrally based in Clarendon Road, Watford. The post is for a dental model and bleaching tray manufacturer. We cast plaster models and create custom-fit dental trays for the purpose of teeth whitening. The applicant will have excellent skills in manual dexterity and be able to use a range of tools to create contoured cut trays to an aesthetic finish. Applicants will have an artistic background and ideally, experience working with fine materials. It is essential that applicants have a positive attitude and are able to work under pressure. An informal interview will be given, followed by a practical test to ascertain skill level. Full training will be given for the successful applicant, no experience within the dental industry required. Salary based on £19,500 per annum once training is complete. Previous applicants need not apply.
The ideal candidate An experienced marketing professional you will have at least three years of hands-on experience in a marketing or communications role. We are looking for a strong communicator, who is able to build strong relationships with a range of stakeholders, including service users. Creativity and an ability to juggle multiple projects is very important in the role. Passionate about providing quality support to some of the most vulnerable and excluded people in East London, you will be a self-starter and have the drive and ambition to support the organisation to make positive lasting changes in people’s lives The role The key objective for Providence Row’s Marketing Manager is to inspire Providence Row’s audiences, presenting the charity as the ‘Go to’ homelessness charity in the local area; for services, information and employment and volunteer opportunities. We achieve this by engaging our many audiences by telling the story of Providence Row in an innovative way to engage funders, donors, other organisations and service users with our work, making them part of our community of support while also working to break down the barriers which stop people from engaging with or understanding our charity/cause (staff, volunteers, clients and the community). About Providence Row For homeless people, or those at risk of homelessness, finding employment and housing opportunities can feel like an uphill battle, even more so if they’re affected by physical, mental health or substance misuse issues. Providence Row works with around 1,700 homeless and vulnerably housed people a year in East London, offering an integrated service of crisis support, advice, recovery and learning and training programmes. Our aim is to ensure that people who are so often excluded from mainstream services gain the support and opportunities they need to create a safe, healthy and sustainable life away from the streets. Central to our work are our core values of Compassion, Respect, Inclusiveness, Empowerment and Justice. These inform the content, style and delivery of all our services.jobs by
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RECRUITMENT OPEN DAY AT CLAIRLEIGH NURSING HOME, BROMLEY, BR1 3AS WE REQUIRE CARERS, SENIOR CARERS AND NURSES TO WORK AT OUR LOVELY CARE HOME WHY DONT YOU DROP IN FOR A CUP OF TEA AND CAKE AND HAVE AN INFORMAL CHAT: 14TH FEBRUARY 2019 10:00 AM TO 3PM Full Training will be Provided Interested? Click apply now.
Centrepoint is the UK’s leading charity for homeless young people. Working with over 10,000 young people every year, our vision is to end youth homelessness. While we pursue this vision, our immediate focus is on providing vulnerable young people with a place to call home and a chance to acquire the skills they need to build a better future. Supporter Care is at the heart of any organisation, as individual donors help to secure our long term future and enable us to work toward our ultimate goal of ending youth homelessness. The primary function of Supporter Care is to support individual givers through their journey with Centrepoint and adopting their point of view and behaviours to give them the best experience as a Centrepoint supporter. As Supporter Care Administrator you will report into the Supporter Care Manager and will handle the day to day administration and general supporter queries via the telephone, email and post. As Supporter Care Administrator you’ll be responsible for all donation processing, ensuring that supporters’ donations are thanked and processed in a timely manner and that Centrepoint procedures are followed and updated when necessary. Alongside this, you will support the Supporter Care Advisor in sharing supporters’ perceptions with the wider team and always putting the supporter at the forefront and heart of everything Centrepoint does. The ideal candidate will be able to demonstrate: Experience of working in a supporter/customer care team and dealing with enquiries over the phone and email Excellent customer care skills Attention to detail Experience of using a relational database Experience of donation and thanking processing Experience of writing detailed procedure notes Experience of managing a busy workload and working independently Hours for this Role are: 18.75 per week Monday's, Wednesday's and Friday's Two days work will be 9am - 5:30pm, with the third day being a half day In return, you will receive a competitive salary, excellent training and development and a host of staff benefits such as interest free travel loan and stakeholder pension scheme entitlement. You will work in a supportive yet challenging environment and take pride in the result of your efforts, which will have a direct impact on young people. We seek to challenge discrimination and are committed to fairness and equality. We especially welcome applications from anyone with direct experience of being homeless or using young people’s services.Posting Date: ASAP Interviews: Will be held on 1st March 2019jobs by
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Family Support Deputy Team Leader 39 Hours per week £28,000 circa InspireAll are a charity that have a reputation for delivering energising and motivating leisure and family support services across Hertfordshire and Buckinghamshire for communities to achieve rewarding and active lifestyles. We employ people who are passionate about our values and want to share our vision to provide our customers with the best experience, being served by approachable and friendly staff, we encourage a positive work / life balance. An exciting opportunity has arisen for a Family Support Deputy Team Leader for the Watford and Three Rivers District, working with an enthusiastic and friendly team. We are looking for someone who has:?Experience in leading a team?Level 5 in a recognised professional qualification in health, education, childcare, social care or equivalent. ?Experience of working with families (2+ years) including experience of home visiting and case load management.?Knowledge of the importance of safeguarding children The role will involve: shared line management of the Family Support team which will include recruitment, inductions and undertaking regular supervision meetings. To act as a deputy Designated Safeguarding Person for the Watford & Three Rivers District. To contribute to partnership networks to ensure an integrated approach that supports positive family outcomes. Car driver essential. Working for InspireAll your staff benefits will include:* A free leisure card, entitling you and your close family to use of facilities at our Leisure Centres for free or reduced fees. * Discounted Fitness membership for family and friends* Discounted access to nursery places and other children's activities * Free Cinema and Panto tickets and reduced event tickets available from Wyllyotts Theatre* Bike2Work scheme* Employee of the Quarter and Long Service Awards* Excellent training opportunities and career progression Closing date for app 27th February 2019Interview Date: Monday 11th March 2019 at South Oxhey Family Centre To apply for this position, please click the apply now button to apply!
About us Crisis is the national charity for homeless people. We know that homelessness is not inevitable. We know that together we can end it. Crisis is currently recruiting for a temporary Receptionist to join the team at Crisis Skylight London. The Reception Team are the welcoming face of Crisis providing information to Skylight Members, people experiencing homelessness or housing difficulties, staff, volunteers and visitors. This is an exciting opportunity to join a focused, innovative and supportive team and to work in a busy and stimulating environment. The successful candidate will be the first point of contact for many people and will need to demonstrate an inclusive approach, enjoy helping and be willing to learn about Crisis and the services we provide. About the role As a Receptionist, you will be responsible for providing administrative support to the team, with the ability to prioritise a diverse workload. Further responsibilities will involve developing relationships with external services and supporting volunteers working on reception. About you To be successful in this role you will have experience of working within an administrative support role, as well as effective written and verbal communication skills. The ideal candidate will be able to work well in a busy and sometimes challenging environment. Benefits As a member of the team you will have access to a wide range of employee benefits including: -Interest free loans to purchase a train season ticket or a bike or for a deposit to secure a tenancy -Mandatory pension scheme, with an employer contribution of 8.5% -25 days’ annual leave which increases with service to 28 days Alongside our excellent staff benefits, we will support your ongoing development to build your skills, experience and career. How to apply If you are as excited by this opportunity as we are, please visit our website to apply online. If you need any assistance please contact the HR Team, details can be found on our website. Closing date: 24 February 2019 (11.59pm) Interview date: TBC We value diversity, promote equality and encourage and applications from people of all backgrounds. We particularly welcome applications from people with lived experience of homelessness. Registered Charity Numbers: E&W1082947, SC040094jobs by
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Inter Terminals is one of the largest independent bulk liquid storage providers in northern Europe, with more than 5.4 million cubic metres of storage capacity located across 23 terminals. We offer convenient and cost-effective services for the storage and handling of all kinds of products, from oils and chemicals to biofuels and technical wastes. Shift Supervisor We are currently looking to recruit a Shift Supervisor to join the team at our Grays Terminal. As a Shift Supervisor, you will be heading up a 3 man-team responsibility for managing operational activities relating to the receipt, storage and distribution of product. Ideally you should have at least 1 years' experience in an operational capacity in a chemicals, oil or gas processing environment, good knowledge of relevant safety legislation and must be proficient in use of IT software packages. In return, we are offering a competitive remuneration package including pension, private medical insurance, dental reimbursement, life insurance and occupational sick pay. If you are interested, please send your CV with a covering letter by clicking the Apply Now Button Closing date: Thursday 28th February 2019
Supporter Care Officer London E1 (Aldgate) £25,000 per annum | 35 hours per week Are you a superb communicator and a great listener? Can you quickly build a rapport with people and develop relationships? Do you have experience of adhering to processes that enhance good supporter care? What we do at Asthma UK really matters. The better, deeper and longer relationship we have with people with asthma and their long-term condition, the more lives we save. It’s that simple. Through this role, you’ll have a unique opportunity to make a real difference on a massive scale for the one in five households affected by asthma. We’re looking for someone who: Enjoys working in a team and has experience of a busy supporter/ customer care environment Is friendly and conscientious and develops healthy working relationships with colleagues Is educated to degree level, or has equivalent experience Has sound working knowledge of Microsoft Office packages Has a clear and engaging telephone manner and can handle complex calls effectively Can write clearly using excellent grammar and spelling Can organise themselves to meet deadlines whilst maintaining a strong attention to detail If this sounds like you and you want to bring your insight, knowledge and passion into an environment where it will make a real difference, namely stopping asthma attacks and curing asthma, this is the role for you. We are committed to supplying the best possible experience to those who can benefit from our support, then translating this experience into financial support so we can continue to save lives. Our board and senior team are externally recognised for their commitment to digital innovation in achieving our mission. What the role involves: Handling enquiries from supporters and the public via telephone, email and post Process orders for Asthma UK advice materials from people with asthma and Healthcare Professionals Take and process payments and donations over the telephone. Send thank you letters to all donors, including direct debits and ‘In Memory’ donations Assist teams within the Fundraising department by, for example, calling Event participants and monitoring telemarketing calls to ensure quality and compliance. This is a great place to work With around 80 people, we’re a tight team working together successfully to stop asthma attacks and cure asthma. We offer substantial benefits, including 30 days holiday (plus bank holidays). Our recent staff survey shows that alongside having a high-performance culture, Asthma UK is a great place to work, with excellent opportunities for development. For more information and to apply please visit the Asthma UK website or click on the Apply link now Closing date for applications: 8am, 20 February 2019. First interview: 25 and 26 February 2019. Second interview: 27 February 2019. Please ensure you are available for interview on these dates.jobs by
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SHIP'S AGENT CLARKSON PORT SERVICES Seek a Ship's Agent, to be based in our Tilbury Office, to carry out agency operations, assist with clerical duties and further develop services in the Thames area. The successful candidate will undertake out of office hours work as required as part of a team of Ships Agents and provide cover for other UK based offices. Applicant requirements: Ships Agency experience, within a Quality Assured and positive Health and Safety environment. Knowledge of Tilbury and local port areas. Current, clean, driving licence. Confident, self-starter with the ability to communicate well with a wide range of individuals. Ability to produce and maintain accurate paperwork. Ability to undertake regular out of hours attendances. The successful applicant will enjoy an excellent package and will have the opportunity of pursuing an exciting career with an established, successful, company. If you wish to be considered for this position, please email your c.v by Clicking the Apply Now Button!
Artsadmin has a new opportunity for an enthusiastic and motivated individual to join their team. Working as part of the small and dynamic Finance team, the Finance Officer will support the Head of Finance in providing financial and business support services for Artsadmin’s client companies. You will oversee the day-to-day accounting and financial management of the client companies. You will work closely with the Head of Finance and the relevant Producers to ensure that these services are provided in a timely and efficient manner and are resourced adequately from within the finance department. These include processing year-end accounts and finance reports. You will also be responsible for responding to finance queries from both internal and external stakeholders. Deadline for applications is 12pm on Friday 15 February 2019. Interviews will take place on Friday 1 March 2019 Please refer to the Finance Officer job description and person specification in your application and complete your application online. If you require information about the application form lease find contact details on the website. JOB DESCRIPTION Role: Finance Officer Responsible to: Head of Finance Internal Communications: You will work as part of the finance team with the Head of Finance and the Finance Administrator. You will also work closely with the Producers who work with our client companies External Communications: Auditors, bank, insurers, Arts Council and other funders. Salary: £26,000 - £28,000 (pro rata) negotiable dependent on experience Hours of work: Three days, 10am-6pm Monday-Friday (days to be confirmed once offer made). If additional hours are worked no overtime will be paid but time off in lieu can be taken. Benefits include: 20 days annual leave plus eight bank holidays (pro rata for part time staff) and two weeks Christmas closure Pension scheme Sick pay & Income protection scheme Life Assurance scheme at four times annual salary Health scheme and eye tests & glasses Childcare allowance Travel card /Season ticket loan Purpose of the role You will support the Head of Finance in all aspects of Artsadmin’s client companies’ bookkeeping, income & expenditure, making payments, reconciling bank accounts, preparation of year end accounts and liaising with the project managers. You will also contribute to the financial management of Artsadmin through attendance at regular finance meetings. This is a very hands-on role and would suit someone who enjoys working proactively, has a logical and systematic approach and excellent communication skills. The role involves managing some external relationships with external providers. Core Duties and Responsibilities You will provide a full range of bookkeeping and financial services for Artsadmin’s client companies. You will work closely with the Head of Finance and the relevant Producer to ensure that these services are provided in a timely and efficient manner and are resourced adequately from within the finance department. Principal tasks Day-to-day book-keeping and accounts processing (sales, purchases, nominal ledger) via Accountedge Plus NE or detailed spread sheets Receive all sales and purchase invoices and ensure they are appropriately authorised Process weekly payments of all authorised purchase invoices and expense claims by BACS Quarterly VAT processing and preparation of VAT returns Bank and cash management, including reconciliation of all bank accounts and credit cards Process payroll and PAYE payments (where applicable) Work with Producers in forecasting and managing the cash flow Credit control and dealing with purchase ledger enquiries Preparation of quarterly management accounts and reports for the Producers Preparation of year-end accounts, liaising with the external auditors and ensuring that all audit schedules are prepared and reconciliations are completed on time. Liaise with external agencies including the bankers, insurers and auditors Develop and monitor internal financial controls Develop financial information capture and processing systems in line with the changing needs of the artist/organisation Ensure financial compliance and best practice in accordance with current accounting standards and SORP Ensure adequate procedures and practices are in place to comply with relevant Charity and Company law, VAT and HMRC regulations. Assist in the production of timely reports to funders and other external agencies (capital and revenue), and produce other ad hoc reports as required Ensure the effective provision of company secretarial services to client companies Filing the statutory accounts with Companies House and Charity Commission. Assist in any other relevant work as directed from time to time Other Duties/Tasks Participate in the general development and promotion of Artsadmin, its client artists/companies and Toynbee Studios Participate in the decision making process of the company at regular staff meetings Develop and maintain a working knowledge of new theatre, dance and live art Carry out all responsibilities within the philosophy and equal opportunities policy of Artsadmin Qualifications and Experience At least five years relevant book keeping and financial management experience AAT Level 3 or equivalent qualifications Experience in accounting/payroll software, good working knowledge of MS word and Excel Knowledge of financial legislation and regulations Experience working in the charitable or voluntary sector or experience of working in the Arts. Good knowledge and experience of VAT Excellent communication skills, written and verbal Skills Strong written and verbal communication skills including the ability to present clear finance reports to the Trustee Board if required Strong interpersonal skills: the ability to work well with people at all levels both within the organisation and our wider stakeholder community Proven ability to plan proactively and prioritise The ability to work well within a team environment Resilience and an ability to work on own initiativejobs by
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Having been established for over 70 years, we are renowned for providing excellent advice and service to our clients, whether corporate or individual. Full Time Experienced Bookkeeper required for Professional firm of Accountants in Finchley Area. The key assets of SPW Chartered Accountants are its people. SPW is always keen to recruit the highest calibre personnel in all areas of its business The atmosphere at SPW is relaxed but professional with the best interests of the clients and their business needs at the heart of everything we do. The firm is extremely friendly with everyone on first-name terms. Partners' doors are always open so should assistants need to talk, there is always someone happy to listen and help. Interested? Don't hesitate! Click "apply" now!
Do you want to use your marketing and branding skills to help transform society’s attitudes and behaviours around mental health? MHFA England are looking for a Brand and Marketing Content Executive to join our vibrant and busy Marketing and Communications team. The successful candidate will play a vital role in marketing our training courses and programmes while helping us protect our growing brand. Who we are: We are Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) England, a community interest company on the forefront of the mental health movement. We provide training courses to workplaces, schools and communities, to give people the skills they need to look after their own and others’ wellbeing. Mental health education empowers people to care for themselves and others. By reducing stigma through understanding, we hope to break down barriers to the support that people may need to stay well, recover, or manage their symptoms – to thrive in learning, work and life. Who we’re looking for: We’re looking for someone with a passion for mental health, a background in marketing and content creation, and exceptional copywriting and editing skills. You will need an eye for detail combined with a keen understanding of the importance of brand integrity. Why work for us: You will be working for the leading provider of mental health skills and awareness training in England, joining us as we strive to ensure society recognises mental health as equally important to physical health. We are a friendly, supportive, fast-paced organisation and are striving to be an exemplary health and wellbeing employer. It’s important that we look after you and we are proactive in supporting all our employees’ health and wellbeing. You’ll enjoy 25 days annual leave, plus bank holidays, along with a winter and summer office closure in addition to your annual leave. We provide a pension contribution for you which is matched up to 5%. We’ll support your development and growth and help you develop your experience and skills to achieve your personal and the businesses goals. Over the last 18 months we have embarked on an ambitious journey of growth and if you are looking for the next exciting step in your career, this a great time for you to join us and play your part in training one in ten of the population in Mental Health First Aid skills. We are looking forward to welcoming the successful candidate in to our talented and dynamic team. MHFA England values diversity and inclusion and welcomes applicants from all backgrounds and sections of the community. How to apply For the full job description and person specification please see the attached document. To apply please submit a covering letter and CV demonstrating how you meet the requirements of the role. The closing date for applications is 13th February. Interviews will be held at the end of February. By applying for this job you are confirming that you have read the MHFA England Privacy Notice and accept the conditions under which your details will be processed.jobs by
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Finance Assistant SP 3 Point 15 - £17,243 per annum (£14,749 pro rata) 12 Months Fixed Term Contract Initially 35 hours per week Term Time The successful person must have previous experience working within a finance team with excellent organisational skills as well as excellent oral and written communication skills with the ability to communicate finance issues to non-finance staff. Knowledge and skills in using Microsoft Office and 365 is essential as is the ability to work efficiently under pressure and prioritise work efficiently to meet tight deadlines. Maths/English GCSE (Grade C minimum) or equivalent is essential. To apply: Please refer to the job description on the school's website and Interested? Don't hesitate! Click "apply" now!Closing Date: 12.00 noon, Friday 1st March 2019 Claremont High School Academy is an Equal Opportunities Employer. We comply fully with the ethos of safer recruitment and undertake all relevant checks, including enhanced DBS clearance. We reserve the right to appoint a suitable candidate prior to the deadline.
A newly created role at Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) England, the Head of Marketing and Communications will play a pivotal role in developing and implementing marketing and communications strategies for the leading provider of mental health training in England. As a Community Interest Company MHFA England’s vision is to normalise society’s attitudes and behaviours around mental health by developing the skills we need to look after our own and others’ wellbeing. MHFA England works to achieve its vision by delivering training into a range of communities including; charities, government departments, public sector employers, large commercial companies, schools, colleges, universities and the Armed Forces. As a business with purpose, MHFA England invests its profits into achieving this vision. As part of the Leadership Team, you will work with colleagues to implement a new five-year strategic vision for this fast-growing social enterprise. You will lead an in-house team and manage external agencies to deliver multi-channel campaigns including digital and social media promotion and PR. The post holder will be a strategic thinker with a track record of creating and delivering marketing and communications strategies, designed to increase brand profile/awareness amongst key audiences, generate engagement with new audiences/marketplaces and ultimately drive business. Reporting into the Director of Marketing and Communications, you will be responsible for setting the marketing and communications strategy in line with organisational objectives, ensuring that the agreed activity is planned and delivered in a timely manner and demonstrates a good return on investment. Alongside the more commercially focused key performance indicators used to measure success, there will also be a requirement to demonstrate the social impact of MHFA England’s work. MHFA England is a friendly, supportive, fast-paced organisation and are striving to be an exemplary health and wellbeing employer. It’s important that we look after you and we are proactive in supporting all our employee’s health and wellbeing. You’ll enjoy 25 days annual leave, plus bank holidays, along with a winter and summer office closure in addition to your annual leave. We provide a pension contribution for you which is matched up to 5%. We’ll support your development and growth and help you develop your experience and skills to achieve your personal and the businesses goals. We have embarked on an ambitious journey of growth over the last 18 months and if you are looking for the next exciting step in your career, this a great time for you to join us and play your part in training one in ten of the population in MHFA skills. We are looking forward to welcoming the successful candidate in to our talented and dynamic team. Mental Health First Aid England is an equal opportunities employer and positively encourages applications from suitably qualified and eligible candidates regardless of sex, race, disability, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion or belief, marital status, or those who are pregnant or on maternity leave. We are especially keen to encourage applications from people currently under-represented within the organisation, these include but are not limited to those from the LGBT community, people with disabilities, and those from a Black, Asian or Minority Ethnic background. How to apply For the full job description and person specification please see the attached document. To apply please submit a covering letter and CV demonstrating how you meet the requirements of the role. The closing date for applications is 12th February 2019. Interviews will be held on Wednesday 27th February 2019. By applying for this job you are confirming that you have read the MHFA England Privacy Notice and accept the conditions under which your details will be processed.jobs by
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The Caretaker and maintenance person will be responsible for the daily management of all the school sites and for completing low-level maintenance and upkeep. Hours are 40 hours per week full time - standard hours are 09:00 - 17:30 with 30mins unpaid break, 28 days holiday per year which includes Bank Holidays. Actual hours worked during school closure and holidays to be negotiated with Operations Manager. Must be a driver. Main purpose of the job Under the overall direction of the Operations Manager play a lead role: * All aspects of school site management, including a wide range of duties and responsibilities connected with the fabric and grounds of the school. * On-call duties associated with security, fire alarms and routine maintenance and repairs. * Improving the fabric of the school sites including decoration and low-level repairs. * Suggesting improvements to the general school property or routines. * Conducting preventative maintenance and repair programmes. * It is essential that the job holder has a wide range of general repair experience, such as woodwork and door lock repairs, minor plumbing repairs, etc. Duties and responsibilities General Responsibilities * Routine maintenance and repairs to school sites. * Ensure that the school sites are properly prepared for use during inclement weather. * Monitoring of compliance with Health & Safety regulations. * Testing of emergency lighting monthly and recording the results. * Liaison with all contractors, including security and fire contractors to ensure inspection regimes are adhered to. * Reporting and repairing of any defects. * Maintaining any finance paperwork associated with premises spending. * Identify any areas where improvements could be made to working procedures and practices. * To undertake any specific tasks as identified by the Head Teacher or the Senior Leadership Team. * To assist with the security of all the school sites. * To assist in keeping the school sites looking tidy at all times. * To ensure all tools and equipment are keep in good working order and accounted for monthly. Please click here to apply today!
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Job title: Care Assistant – No experience required - Greenacres, Banstead Rate of pay: £8.78-9.40 per hour As a care assistant you will provide person centred care and support to assist residents to maintain their independence including personal care, meal times, and activities whilst also providing a listening ear to those who need it most. Anchor has 4 core values and you will align to these by being Accountable, showing Respect for all, demonstrating Courage and being Honest. Even if you have no previous professional care experience you will be provided with all the training and development you will need to excel at your job, whether that is care, housekeeping, catering or activities. You will be provided with on the job training through NVQ’s and QCF’s. The Anchor Group is England's largest not-for-profit provider of housing and care for the over-55s. We provide services to more than 34,000 older people and employ around 9,000 staff. Care Assistants at Anchor make a real and positive impact to the lives of older people who have a range of care needs as well as life experiences and personalities that makes every day varied and interesting. Greenacres in Banstead, Surrey is home to well trained and helpful staff with rooms for up to 62 residents. At Anchor, we pride ourselves in providing 24-hour care and specialised services for elderly people, the beauty of our grounds, the quality of our catering and our engaging activities we deliver. By joining Anchor you will be able to take advantage of our generous employee benefits package which includes: Free DBS Free uniform Anchor shopping discounts Pension plan (2% employee, 3% employer contribution) On the job training (level 2 Health and Social Care) enhanced pay rate once completion of above qualification Double time payment on select Bank Holidays
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As a care assistant you will provide person centred care and support to assist residents to maintain their independence including personal care, meal times, and activities whilst also providing a listening ear to those who need it most. You will align with Anchor’s values even if you have no previous professional care experience. You will be provided with all the training and development you will need to excel at your job, whether that is care, housekeeping, catering or activities. You will be provided with on the job training through NVQ’s and QCF’s. The Anchor Group is England's largest not-for-profit provider of housing and care for the over-55s. We provide services to more than 34,000 older people and employ around 9,000 staff. Care Assistants at Anchor make a real and positive impact to the lives of older people who have a range of care needs as well as life experiences and personalities that makes every day varied and interesting.Elizabeth Court in Caterham is home to well trained and helpful staff with rooms for up to 59 residents. At Anchor, we pride ourselves in providing 24-hour care and specialised services for elderly people, the beauty of our grounds, the quality of our catering and our engaging activities we deliver. By joining Anchor you will be able to take advantage of our generous employee benefits package which includes: Free DBS Free uniform Anchor shopping discounts Pension plan (2% employee, 3% employer contribution) On the job training (level 2 Health and Social Care) enhanced pay rate once completion of above qualification Double time payment on select Bank Holidays