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Uk & ireland services graduate programme technology edinburgh 2019
newabout 13 hours ago
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Technology Job Title: Graduate Trainee in Technology Location: Edinburgh Closing: 31st March 2019 Start

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Executive Assistant to the Dean & Deputy Chief Executive
5 days ago
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We are currently recruiting for an Executive Assistant to the Dean & Deputy Chief Executive, to work within one of our prestigious institutes, based near Russell Square. This is a 2 month temporary contract starting ASAP. Job Summary The Dean Provision of comprehensive secretarial and proactive support in the performance of his/her duties Organisation and proactive management of the Dean's correspondence (often of a confidential nature) and communications Maintenance of the Dean's electronic calendar; ensuring that the Dean's time is optimised including making judgements between competing demands on the schedule To deal with incoming communications to the Dean, screening telephone calls, enquiries and requests and handling them as appropriate; dealing with email and post for the Dean and Dean's office Arranging meetings and making travel arrangements (i.e. itineraries, hotel and transport bookings) Organising and collating materials for conferences, events, talks and meetings Assisting in the preparation of papers and reports, including undertaking preliminary research: drafting, editing and formatting documents Acting as secretary to the SAS Executive Group and ensuring actions are followed up Monitoring the expenditure relating to the Dean's research and office expenditure Experience Excellent secretarial, administrative and diary management skills Excellent interpersonal and communication skills (both oral and written) Excellent IT skills across a wide range of applications, including Microsoft Office software, and web editing and associated skills to a high standard Excellent organisational skills, including the ability to manage a varied workload, management of competing priorities and deadlines and the ability to follow procedures and processes Education/Professional Qualification Educated to a degree level or equivalent by ability Personal Qualities Ability to work flexibly both with others and on own initiative Understanding of the School's complex structure and relationships, and its links with the central University The ability to maintain effective working relationships with the Institutes and their staff. Confidence in dealing politely and helpfully with a wide variety of people internally and externally The ability to act diplomatically in politically sensitive situations Ability to think analytically, creatively and to make appropriate judgements Excellent problem solving abilities Ability to act with discretion at all times to maintain the confidentiality and security of the Dean's Office Rate of pay is £17.21 per hour plus holiday pay Working Monday to Friday, 35 hours per week.

Uk & ireland services graduate programme data and analytics edinburgh 2019
newabout 14 hours ago
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Data and Analytics Job Title: Graduate Trainee in Data and Analytics Location: Edinburgh Closing: 28th February

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Graduate Internship Growth Associate London
5 days ago
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We're looking for outstanding recent graduates who are energetic, determined and super smart to join our clients Business Development team as Growth Associates.This is a unique opportunity to join a rapidly-growing business in its scale-up phase, learn valuable business development skills, and make an impact.The company is a rapidly-growing tech startup whose mission is to help professionals work better. Their software dramatically improves the functionality of Office. It's used by firms like KPMG, Deloitte, and BNP Paribas to make stylish slides in record time.Today we are around 30 people across three offices in London, New York and Paris. Responsibilities You'll work closely with the Head of UK and Head of Business Development to seek out new business opportunities and start meaningful conversations with potential clients in the UK and beyond. We leverage smart strategies and channels to deliver high impact results. During your first year at the company you'll: Research companies, sectors and markets to optimise our approachDefine and implement intelligent outbound campaigns - email, phone, events and moreIdentify and target future key clients and contactsSecure initial meetings with senior executives and create new business opportunitiesLook for opportunities to innovate and optimise lead generationThis role will provide you with the knowledge and skills to become a successful business development professional and insight into the process of scaling-up a B2B tech business. There are opportunities for progression within the business development team. This role also provides a great platform for a career in entrepreneurship, marketing, partnerships and growth. Requirements Minimum 2:1 or equivalent from a top-tier university or business schoolEntrepreneurial, determined and goal-driven team playerIntelligent, analytical and curiousExcellent written and verbal communication skillsEligible to work in the UKBonus points if you have: Experience in sales, business development, partnerships, or marketingFamiliarity with financial and professional servicesA second language Salary: £28,000 + bonusType: Full time, permanentStart date: ASAP Application instructions: To apply please submit your CV and your motivations for the role (around 100 words).

Consultant - Client Solutions
5 days ago
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We're looking for a wicked smart, tech-savvy, project-managing, people person to join our clients in their London office as a Consultant to sit within their Client Solutions team.Our Client is a rapidly growing tech startup whose goal is to help PowerPoint and Excel users make stylish slides in record time. Their software dramatically improves the functionality of Office and is used by firms like KPMG, Deloitte, and BNP Paribas to achieve outstanding results.As a Consultant, you'll help the client solve pressing problems by: managing projects, customising, creating solutions, training users and ensuring the successful launch and use of the company in their teams.Key activities Project management - own project delivery, building a relationship with the client, and coordinating to get projects delivered in a timeline mannerSetup - customise the company to meet client needs, ensuring high quality deliverablesConsulting - advise clients as an expert in the company, analyse their presentation production practices and suggest and implement new ideas to optimize themTraining - train new users and administrators to ensure successful adoption Skills and attributes You must have: An interest in helping clients solve problems with technology and a taste for Microsoft OfficeExcellent project management and organisation skillsTechnical aptitude, quick learning and strong problem solving abilities An eye for detail and high standards for deliverablesExcellent people, communication and presenting skillsExcellent written and spoken English Qualifications and experience You must have:A degree from a top university - likely in a technical or scientific discipline1-3 years' experience - including project management and client-facing experienceExperience with Excel, Word and PowerPointUK work eligibility We'd love it if you have:Familiarity with financial and professional servicesExperience with VBA macrosAn eye for designA second language Salary: CompetitiveType: Full time, permanentStart date: ASAPApplication instructions To apply please submit your CV and a short cover letter letting us know: why you're interested in the role, why you think you'd be a good fit, and your favourite keyboard shortcut!

Material Solutions Manager - French Speaker Sustainability
5 days ago
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We are currently seeking a Material Solutions Manager who will join our client's Material Solutions Team. Operating in 21 countries (including 11 in Europe), our client is a world leader in the recycling of generally non-recyclable waste, such as pens, snack wrappers, baby food pouches beauty product packaging, home care product packaging and even the likes of cigarette butts or marine plastics. Our client creates collection and recycling solutions systems for anything that would otherwise be sent to incineration or landfill. They are partnered with some of the most recognizable brands and retailers in the world, including BIC, L'Oréal, Procter & Gamble and JDE amongst others. Our client has also partnered with SUEZ, one of the largest resource management companies in the world, to develop joint innovative and differentiating recycling solutions. We are currently looking to recruit a Material Solutions manager in Europe who is going to be responsible for building, maintaining, and growing the processing supply chains and downstream outlets for our client's unique waste streams in Europe. It involves material diagnosis, supply chain mapping, supplier management, contracting, and internal support for sales teams. This person works closely with the company's European departments leads (Brand partnerships, Zero Waste Box, Business Development, etc.) as well as the Operations team. This is a unique role for a resourceful, driven individual looking for an exceptional opportunity in the recycling field with perspective of internal growth and increasing responsibilities overtime. The position is based in West London and will report and work closely with the Head of Material Solutions (based in our UK office) and the Global VP of Material Sales & Procurement (based on our US office). Responsibilities include: Work with the internal department leads and the internal R&D teams to identify material composition of the different streams the company is slated to collect and recycle.Research and then identify processing partners who possess the machinery/equipment required for the specific recycling processes (shredders, wash lines, extruders, etc.).Source outlets and downstream customers throughout Western Europe (predominantly UK and France) who can use company materials in their supply chain due to the machinery used.Map, build, and maintain supply chains to accomplish the goal of recycling collected materials using the most cost-effective economics and means of transportation.On-board and manage processing subcontractors to carry out the processing work on the Company's behalfMaintain an organised accounting of all processing and freight spend carried out on a monthly basis, and report that data to the Head of Material Solutions for the purpose of updating company budget. This will also include future projections for spend, by waste stream and vendor.Identify and implement operations and processing efficiencies whenever possible.Frequently update the Operations team as processing and cost assumptions change, so that they can maintain proper economics for our collection programs and adjust accordingly (if contracts permit).Work closely with the supply chain / logistics executive within the Operations Department to ensure smooth inbound and outbound workflow and maintain expected timelines.Act as "go to" person on the service side of the business to answer supply chain-related questions from leadership, sales teams, and another department leads.Respond to inquiries from staff members regarding the supply chain for materials, and work with stakeholders from Material Solutions, R&D, and Operations to solve tricky situations as they arise.Support sales teams and all department leads by framing their deals in a sellable or executable fashion.Support the Material Solutions and Operations teams with regulatory and process controls for European business, identifying and advising on necessary waste legislation for logistics, storage and processing. This includes developing new processes and updating existing processes for any changes in the supply chain.Other responsibilities as the position and scope of work evolves.Requirements: Ideally fluent in both French and English.Several years of direct working experience within the waste / recycling industry.Strong technical knowledge of raw materials (especially plastics) and their composition.Project and budget management experience while working within the supply chain for the waste / recycling industry.Practical knowledge of material recycling processes and equipment, including which equipment should be used to carry out processing techniques on varying materials.Good understanding of the recycling landscape including public and private entities capable of carrying out certain processing tasks. Ideally possess a network of European contacts in the recycling industry.Good knowledge of, and experience working within, EU waste regulations for logistics, storage and processing.Be an effective communicator with excellent written & oral communication skills, especially as it relates to framing content in a way that non-experts can understand it.Possess outstanding organisational skills with a knack for being detail-oriented.The ability to thrive in a fast-paced, high-volume work environment.Ability and willingness to travel within Europe (3-4 days/month) to visit partnersCompensation Salary depending on experience25 Paid Holiday DaysCompany Pension contribution up to 3% of salaryStart date - ASAP

Project Manager in Logistics & Efficiencies - French Speaker S
5 days ago
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We are currently seeking a Project Manager who will join our client's Operations Team. This is a 9-month contract with potential to be extended. Operating in 21 countries (including 11 in Europe), our client is a world leader in the recycling of generally non-recyclable waste, such as pens, snack wrappers, baby food pouches beauty product packaging, home care product packaging and even the likes of cigarette butts or marine plastics. Our client creates collection and recycling solutions systems for anything that would otherwise be sent to incineration or landfill. They are partnered with some of the most recognizable brands and retailers in the world, including BIC, L'Oréal, Procter & Gamble and JDE amongst others. This employer has also partnered with SUEZ, one of the largest resource management companies in the world, to develop joint innovative and differentiating recycling solutions. Our client's largest business unit called "national recycling programmes" enables end consumers to ship their waste back to our client for recycling in a convenient and traceable manner thanks to mail back services supported by national postal carriers (i.e. Royal Mail, La Poste) or private parcel shipping companies (i.e. UPS, Relais Colis). We are currently looking for a Project Manager who is going to be responsible for the creation and management of innovative collection pilots for our client's existing brand partners with the goal of creating collection costs efficiencies, with a focus on France and the UK. The Project Manager will be responsible for exploring and implementing efficiency measures within the existing parcel model and building new collection models from scratch by identifying collection suppliers including but not limited to local and national freight, reverse logistics and waste management companies.The project manager will report into the Operations lead and work closely with the General Manager and the Brand Partnership team who is in charge of the day to day liaison with clients. Responsibilities include: Analysing existing collection models and suggesting improvements or changes that can lead to cost savingsResearching collection, logistics and shipping partners who can offer services to trial new collection pilots locally or nationallyOrganising calls and/or meetings with potential suppliers to present the company and collect details on mechanics and price proposalsWorking closely with the global pricing team to build cost models and financial proposalsOn-boarding new suppliers and transitioning them to the Operations and Finance teamsKeep on top of latest trends and developments in the logistics and supply chain sectorSupporting other departments (Business Development, Zero Waste Boxes, etc.) with the scoping and development of new offersRequirements: Fluent in both French and EnglishGood knowledge of logistics and supply chain players in the UK and/or FranceBackground in supply chain, procurement, operationsStrong interpersonal and negotiating skillsAnalytical, at ease with numbers and with good Excel skillsDesirable: Good knowledge of, and experience working within, EU waste regulations for transport and storageThe ability to thrive in a fast-paced, high-volume work environment with changing prioritiesAbility to work independently but also comfortable within a teamA problem solver capable of thinking outside the boxAbility and willingness to travel from time to time locally and to FranceA degree in an appropriate field (business, supply chain, logistics, etc.)Compensation Salary depending on experience25 Paid Holiday DaysCompany Pension contribution up to 3% of salaryStart date - ASAP

Information Officer 6 months FTC - The London borough of Croy
4 days ago
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This is a 6-month fix term position that will begin ASAP. Please note we are shortlisting immediately, Interviews will take place Thursday 7th/8th February so please apply with your CV immediately - no cover letter required. The Council Croydon is Digital Council of the Year and is a distinctive and diverse place and is London's most populated borough. Croydon is about to undergo the biggest development and regeneration programme since the 1960s with £3bn of investment flowing into the borough over the next five years, building a positive future for residents and businesses alike. They are passionate about the value of public services and our new headquarters has the customer at the heart of what we do. It brings together 75 services including council, Met Police, NHS, Jobcentre Plus, Croydon Credit Union and Citizens Advice Bureau under one roof, allowing us all to work together as one team. This makes now an exciting time to join our team delivering vital services to over 360,000 residents The Role Acting as the main contact for members of the public who make requests under the Freedom of Information Act 2000 or Data Protection Act 2018. This role ensures that all Freedom Of Information requests and Subject Access Requests (SAR) are accurately and fully recorded onto the relevant systems, tracks their progress, ensures that they are responded to, and ensures statutory deadlines are met. The role is also a key liaison with the Information Commissioner's Office (ICO). Provide expert advice and guidance across the organisation to Head of service, managers and team leaders on information policies, procedures and strategy as well as other internal stakeholders.Develop and share best practice throughout the organisation relating to information management and playing a key role within associated projects and gaining an overview of the services that the council delivers.Investigate data losses and protect data subjects rights and reputation of council as a data controller.The Ideal Candidate Degree or appropriate experienceEffective communication skills both verbal and written, with the ability to address all levels of staff and external third parties to influence and achieve required goalsAbility to effectively impart detailed knowledge and give clear and accurate adviceExcellent organisational and time management skills with the ability to prioritise and ensure targets are metInvestigative skills with strong report writing skills, collate data and present findings in a clear mannerGood analytical skills, and methodical with strong attention to detailStrong decision making skillsMaintain confidentiality of personal/sensitive informationWork in with a flexible approach to meet team objectivesAble to think creatively and find ways around problemsAble to work well in a team, as well as on own initiativeMotivated and determined to deliver a high quality of serviceA consistently positive attitude to changeFlexible and adaptable to a continuously developing, changing and complex environmentAble to build and maintain strong relationships with different types of customersWorking knowledge of the Freedom of Information Act (2000), the Data Protection Act (2018), the General Data Protection Regulation (2018) and Caldicott PrinciplesWorking knowledge of Information Commissioners Code of PracticeKnowledge of information securityKnowledge of records managementUnderstanding of the Information Commissioners Office (ICO) and the part it plays within local authorities around information ManagementGood working knowledge of all Microsoft packages, as well as other computer packagesAble to acquire an understanding of the broader operating context of the CouncilSalary £450 per week

Graduate Financial Analyst Fintech
new3 days ago
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Graduate Financial analyst Exciting opportunity to join a young and vibrant business on a mission to change small business lending in the UK. The company provides a flexible and simple funding product to help businesses achieve their goals. The company has strong financial backing and is growing rapidly, and this is a unique opportunity to join the organisation in an exciting growth phase. The role is suitable for a recent graduate who is well-organised, diligent and motivated. You'll be working closely with senior management, and there is significant scope to develop in the role. Role is based in West Hampstead near Finchley Road tube (NW3), Key tasks include Analysing and assessing potential customers(small businesses across the UK) and assisting management in making a lending decision. This includes analysing credit reports, financial statements and understanding general industry trendsLiaising with sales team, management and customers during the application processIt's a small team so you'll also be assisting management with various administrative tasks including some accounting, operations and general administrative tasksA number of ad-hoc projectsSkills and experience University degree in Accounting or Business.Recent graduate or up to 2 years experience in accounting, financial analysis, underwriting, or auditing(up to 2years)Excellent written and verbal EnglishStrong computer skills (esp in excel)Organised and diligentSalary of £-£p.a.

Temporary Agency Coordinator
new3 days ago
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The post holder will be part of the Employer Engagement team and will provide a dedicated service forstudents and graduates from the university, placing them into temporary work on campus and local to campus. The post holder will provide support to internal departments employing a temp worker whererequired, from compiling the job description to selecting a candidate. The post holder will be required toinitiate and build relationships with a range of employers external to the university for the purpose ofsourcing temp opportunities for students and graduates. The post holder will proactively negotiate opportunities for temp work, market this to students, placestudents into temp roles and liaise with employers and students to ensure the smooth running of thetemp assignments. The post holder will ensure legislative requirements are met and undertakecompliance checks with candidates. Where required the post holder will source candidates from outside QMUL in order to fulfil the clientthe requirement for their job. Sales and Business Development:- Promote the new internal agency to internal stakeholders to ensure maximum internal business driven through the temp agency- Proactively approach new external employers through networking, following up leads and research into possible new clients to persuade them to take on a temporary worker- Maintain and enhance relationships with existing key external employers to ensure that the university remains a preferred source from which to recruit students/graduates as temporary workers.- Follow up reliably and appropriately on new business leads from colleagues- Work with line manager to develop a business development plan to increase external opportunities and develop new marketing materials to use for external promotion- Drive towards and deliver on temp agency targets for internal and external opportunities Relationship Management- Build the trust of university colleagues to ensure a positive reputation for the temp agency- Work collaboratively with employers to clarify the scope and structure of the temp assignment and advise on the job description- Sustain mutually beneficial long-term relationships with employers to maximise return business- Work in collaboration with hiring managers to ensure that vacancies are managed and delivered to timeline that is of mutual benefit for the employer and the candidate.- Handle queries from candidates or students/graduates who are placed into a temporary work assignment- Where appropriate, visit external employers to build a relationship with the aim of gaining exclusivity to their vacancies- Where possible, gain employer feedback to ensure the continuous improvement of our service- Disseminate information to all members of the Careers and Enterprise team about how the temp agency works so they can answer basic queries by stakeholders and students- Attend Employer Engagement team, Careers and Enterprise and The Careers Group staff meetings- Contribute to and derive maximum benefit from the employer networks of The Careers Group, University of London (Careers and Enterprise's parent body) Vacancy and candidate management- Ensure prompt and efficient advertising of all vacancies- Ensure the accurate and timely implementation of procedures relating to the management of a temp agency desk, including: holiday, absence and grievance; pay; job descriptions; contracts with employers; discipline; legal compliance with Tier 4 worker regulations.- Conduct identification and national insurance checks and verification of qualifications- Obtain candidate bank details and ensure the online timesheet is working correctly- Where required by the employer: complete a search of the candidate database to find the best person for the employer's vacancy; receive and review candidate applications; short list candidates and forward to the employer; manage interviews; request references for that individual and subsequently assess their suitability before submitting their contact details to the employer- Where required by the employer, brief the candidates about the responsibilities, salary and benefits of the temporary work assignment and inform candidates about the result of their interview- Consult with line manager about salary rates and to negotiate these rates with employers- Monitor potential candidate supply and implement marketing to attract suitable candidates for vacancies- Proactively source students and graduates who are available for temporary contract work- Maintain a flow of live jobs and active candidates- Ensure students undertaking a temp assignment are aware of and encouraged to engage with other Careers & Enterprise activities- Monitor progress against targets and report on progress to line manager Administration- Use the online agency portal, and existing policies and procedures to ensure a professional service to students and employers- Maintain and build on the candidate and employer database, developing key work-related sectors as advised by line manager- Provide data for quality assurance and impact reports

Early Careers Programme Manager
newabout 12 hours ago
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Wanting to progress your career in HR and have ownership over your own client group? My client, a leading fintech consultancy is looking for an Early Careers Programme Manager to join their rapidly growing team.The brand is focused on providing a top-quality service to their clients within the fintech space, by recruiting, training and placing IT Consultants into clients businesses they can provide support and deliver strategic projects around technology. The brand has experienced strong growth since it was founded and currently has a headcount of around 800 across EMEA/APAC.Between head office and visiting your client group on site, the Early Careers Programme Manager is responsible for offering support and advice to their client group, focusing on engagement and acting as the main bridge between your consultants and the core business. You will take ownership over your client group, giving you autonomy by leading regular development meetings and providing constructive feedback formulated from key performance metrics. By working closely with both your consultants and your clients, you will build strong relationships, allowing you access key stakeholders and grow your knowledge of the industry.This is a great opportunity for someone wanting to work with autonomy and to gain more experience around driving performance and engagement within a portfolio of leading brands.If this opportunity is of interest and you would like to find out more about this opportunity, please apply!Location: East London - Close to major tube networkSalary: c. £30,000 - £35,000The SR Group (UK) Limited is acting as an Employment Agency in relation to this vacancy.

Trade Sales Assistant
5 days ago
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Trade Team Administrator - Maternity Cover (6mths) EdinburghMon – Friday 9 – 5pm Are you very well organised, good with people and have a 'can do' attitude? This could be the opportunity for you! John Clark Motor Group are currently looking to recruit a full time (6MTH Maternity Cover) Trade Team Administrator to work within the Group Remarketing Services Department based in Edinburgh or Dundee. Key Job RequirementsAssisting with dealership visits, attending stock meetings and discuss stock requirements and overage issues.Assist with gathering details of all trade/surplus vehicles from within our dealerships and organise them to be sold through physical auction or other disposal platforms.To build on existing main dealer contacts to ensure top underwrite prices for non-franchise retail vehicles.Offer telephone support to help our dealerships value part exchange vehicles.Assisting with the reallocation of cars which have come in at one dealership and would be ideal stock for another.When required to buy vehicles for retail opportunities either from trade sources or auction either physical or online.To attend all physical auctions, both car and LCV where JCMG vehicles are being offered.Assisting with collating all paperwork, spare keys, service histories, etc. for point of sale.To ensure all post sale reporting is available to our dealerships to allow swift invoicing of sold vehicles.Skills You Will RequireGood knowledge of used vehiclesKnowledge of Auction procedures would be an advantageYour Required ExperienceYou should have previous motor trade experienceAbility to accurately appraise a vehicleIn return for your hard work and dedication, you have the opportunity to earn an excellent salary, plus lots of fantastic benefits.Preferential rates on vehicle parts purchases and servicing.Industry leading discounted Employee Car Scheme28 Day HolidayAward winning In-house and manufacturer trainingCycle to work schemeState of the arts dealership standardsHigh earning potential through commission or bonusSome roles offer company carLife assurance Group contributory pension schemeCareers development opportunitiesAbout JCMGThe John Clark Motor Group is a name synonymous with outstanding customer service, we are Scotland’s 2nd largest independently family owned motor dealer. We proudly represent a number ofinspirational brands, and have been trading for over 40 years, specializing in the sale of new and used vehicles from our 35 businesses across the East coast of Scotland. We strongly believe in investing in our people and provide specialist training and development opportunities to help our employees progress their future and careers. In addition to dedicated in-house training, we offer the chance to work with exceptional brands and products, in a dynamic environment where we continue to work together as a family. If this sounds like you and you would love to be part of John Clark Motor Group then please APPLY now with an up to date copy of your CV. We look forward to hearing from you soon. Please note we can only accept applications from candidates who are eligible to work in the UK without Sponsorship. Verification of your Right to Work in the UK should be included with your application This job was originally posted as

Internal Recruiter
5 days ago
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The opportunityAre you currently working as a Recruitment Consultant but looking to move away from sales and business development? We have an opportunity for an Internal Recruiter to join our established Talent Acquisition team, focusing on finding Trainee Recruitment Consultants to join our business.This is a chance to use the knowledge and experience you have within the recruitment industry, and continue to enjoy the fast-paced, energetic environment but focus purely on the candidate side of the process, recruiting for your own company. What the role involvesWorking closely with the Head of Talent Acquisition, you will have sole responsibility for recruiting for our London office, the largest of our UK region. Using a variety of sourcing methods, you will be tasked with attracting Graduates and junior level candidates who have the makings of a successful Recruitment Consultant. ·Writing and posting adverts on LinkedIn and job boards, monitoring applications, reviewing CVs and selecting suitable candidates ·Carry out phone screens to qualify the candidates, assess their suitability for the role and give them an overview of our business and what we can offer.·Scheduling interviews and coordinating assessment centres, obtaining feedback from hiring managers and either rejecting or offering candidates ·Tracking data for all candidates on the internal database system throughout the process and generating figures and reports when required An important part of this role will be building relationships with stakeholders in order to fully understand their requirements, working proactively to anticipate the needs of the business and deliver results to meet headcount targets. What we are looking forMore important than experience and qualifications, we are looking for someone with tenacity and drive, the ability to work independently and determination to be successful. We want you to bring energy and enthusiasm the role, whilst building great relationships with your stakeholders and colleagues.It is essential that you…·Have a good understanding of the recruitment industry and what it takes to be a successful Recruitment Consultant, with the ability to identify the necessary qualities in a candidate. ·The ability to sell our business, understanding how we operate and differ from others in the market, whilst painting a true picture of what the candidate can expect if they join us ·Are highly organised and fastidious in following process and accurately tracking data·Have a steadfast work ethic and the desire to deliver above and beyond expectations ·Are motivated by commission and being on control of your own earnings What we can offer G2V have been established for 15 years, growing rapidly in that time with continued plans for expansion across all areas of the business. As a result, you will have the opportunity to recruit at high volume and generate the earnings to reflect that.We will offer you a competitive base salary and a generous commission structure that will enable you to quickly build a lucrative career with us. There will also be opportunity for you to progress to a senior position with increased responsibility when you have evidenced your capabilities and motivations. A lively and energetic working environment, where you will be surrounded by ambitious and successful colleagues, but also enjoy an active social scene and hopefully develop great friendships along the way. This job was originally posted as

Master Technician/Mechanic
new3 days ago
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Master Technician/Mechanic - Pentland Jaguar Perth Do you have a passion for all things automotive? This could be the opportunity for you! Pentland Jaguar Perth; part of the John Clark Motor Group, are seeking an experienced, professional and motivated Master Technicians/Mechanics. This is an excellent opportunity for an individual who is seeking a move to join a progressive company. Key Job Requirements as Master Technician/Mechanic: * Detect and diagnose any additional faults for further repair * Carry out Used/New car preparation * Repair and Service Vehicles to Franchise Specification * Ensure all work is completed safely and complies with dealer requirements, manufacturer and industry guidelines * Fulfil all tasks to the customers complete satisfaction * Achieve Industry -Leading standards of process efficiency * Skills We Think Will Help You Succeed In this Role * Attention to details * Problem solving * Excellent communication skills Master Technician/Mechanic required experience - If you've got it, we want it! * Qualified to Master Technician level * The knowledge to use modern diagnostic equipment. * The capability of working to the highest quality standards. * Great team player and communication skills. * The ability to set, review and achieve targets * Coaching and great communication skills * Prior experience of working to efficiency targets * Time served or hold NVQ qualifications of Level 3 or 4 * Master Technician accredited About us The John Clark Motor Group is a name synonymous with outstanding customer service, we are Scotland's 2nd largest independently family owned motor dealer. We proudly represent a number of inspirational brands, and have been trading for over 40 years, specializing in the sale of new and used vehicles from our 35 businesses across the East coast of Scotland. We strongly believe in investing in our people and provide specialist training and development opportunities to help our employees progress their future and careers. In addition to dedicated in-house training, we offer the chance to work with exceptional brands and products, in a dynamic environment where we continue to work together as a family. Sound good? Keep on reading and apply today! What You Will Receive from Us! * Preferential rates on vehicle parts purchases and servicing. * Industry leading discounted Employee Car Scheme * 28 Day Holiday * Award winning In-house and manufacturer training * Cycle to work scheme * State of the arts dealership standards * High earning potential through commission or bonus * Some roles offer company car * Life assurance * Group contributory pension scheme * Careers development opportunities So… What happens next? Like the sound of this position? Once applied, our Recruitment Team will review your CV. If suitable, a member of the team will contact you to advise your CV has now been sent to the hiring manage. Please note we can only accept applications from candidates who are eligible to work in the UK without Sponsorship. Verification of your Right to Work in the UK should be included with your application. #mechanic #vehicletechnician #technicians #automotive #motortrade #recruitment #servicetechnicians

CAREERS GUIDANCE ADVISER - PART-TIME, BASED IN LINCOLN & GAINSBOROUGH
5 days ago
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CAREERS GUIDANCE ADVISER (PART-TIME, BASED IN LINCOLN & GAINSBOROUGH), POST NO: CS0594PSalary:  CSS Scale 6, points 13 - 15 i.e. £23,482.00 - £25,504.00 pro rata per annumWe are seeking to appoint a part-time Careers Guidance Adviser, working 18 hours per week over 3 days. It is essential that the successful candidate has a Level 4 Advice and Guidance qualification. The post holder will be based at Lincoln 2 days per week and Gainsborough 1 day a week (this may vary at the start of the academic year). We have an exciting opportunity currently available at the Lincoln College Group. You will provide professional careers guidance to current and prospective students through personal guidance interviews and other information, advice and guidance activities; assisting them to make well informed, realistic career and education decisions and to assist the marketing and promotion of study opportunities at Lincoln College. A Level 4 in Careers IAG qualification is essential, Level 6 in Career development IAG qualification is also desirable, alongside a HND or equivalent. The ideal applicant will have significant recent experience of delivering group careers guidance interventions, as well as one to one personal careers guidance. You will have experience in working with clients from a wide variety of economic, cultural and social backgrounds and working with internal and external networks of a careers, education and employment nature. You will have effective negotiating, networking and customer care/client handling skills, with the ability to support and advise clients towards successful outcomes. Further information regarding this vacancy, including the Job Description and Person Specification can be viewed on our website. Information on the following areas can be accessed by clicking the ‘Direct Apply’ link below:·Our Learning, Assessment and Teaching Strategy·New Starter Induction Process·Lincoln College Group Strategy 2016-2019·Our Recruitment Process (including Safer Recruitment Practices) ·Reward and Recognition Schemes and Employee Benefits ·Our commitment to the Safeguarding of our learners, Prevent Duty and Promotion of British ValuesEmployee Privacy NoticeThe organisation collects and processes personal data relating to its employees to manage the employment relationship. The organisation is committed to being transparent about how it collects and uses that data and to meeting its data protection obligations. Our Employee Privacy Notice can be viewed/downloaded from our website on our Privacy-Policy page and then by selecting Employee Privacy Notice from the Downloads section. Data controller: Lincoln College, Monks Road, Lincoln, LN2 5HQData Protection Officer: Sarah Adams (Clerk to the Corporation) Please note applications or CV’s submitted via Jobsite will not be accepted for this position. Please ensure to follow the link through to our website and complete an online application form via our web recruitment system.THE CLOSING DATE FOR THIS POST IS SUNDAY 24 FEBRUARY 2019.Applications are welcome from all sections of the community and in particular from ethnic minorities and people with disabilities as they are currently under represented within the College’s workforce. Ethnic minority and disabled applicants who meet the person specification will be guaranteed an interview.Unless otherwise stated all posts are based at Lincoln. This job was originally posted as

Early Careers Resourcing Specialist
new3 days ago
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Early Careers Resourcing SpecialistBusiness Area: Group Services Place of Work: Reigate Contract Type: Permanent Hours: 37.5 Osborne is one of the leading construction businesses in the UK. As a family-owned business, we have the freedom and flexibility to take a different approach. We focus on creating structures and spaces that provide an environment for people to thrive in and solutions for our customers that provide a better experience during the creation. From rail to road, housing to healthcare, however large the project or contract, we know that it is always personal to the people who use it and those that are responsible for it. We provide an inclusive environment which is aligned to our core values of Quality, Integrity, Openness, Caring and Progressive. We value everyone as an individual and provide the opportunity to influence and change the way that we do things to ensure that we progress and evolve as a business. ? The Opportunity? We are currently recruiting for someone to join the People team as an Early Careers Resourcing Specialist. The role will support the design and delivery in all aspects of the Group’s Early Careers strategy. The role will be responsible for ensuring that we are able to attract and develop the best early careers talent which provides a strong and consistent pipeline to the business with the objective of creating a sustainable work force. The role will work with schools, colleges and other learning institutions to promote and educate on the wider opportunities that are available with a career in Construction. ? What are we looking for? ?We are looking for someone who is passionate about making a difference in our business by ensuring that we are able to attract, recruit and retain the right early careers talent. You will be experienced in working with trainees and apprentices and be able to work collaboratively with the various parts of the group to ensure that we are addressing skills needs not just for the here and now, but also our future. You will have strong organisational skills and be able to support and challenge us as a business to ensure that we are progressive in regards to our people strategy. You will be able to effectively manage stakeholders across the organisation and able to consult, correctly diagnose requirements and where necessary influence at a senior level ? Our Benefits Competitive Salary and Company Car (dependent on position)Company Pension25 Days HolidayGift Day off for your BirthdayPrivate Health Insurance (after qualifying period dependent on level)Employee Assistance ProgrammeLife AssuranceTrade Discount CardsIf this sounds a lot like you and your approach to your work is the same as ours, we would love to hear from you. If we end up working together, we will give you a great environment to work in with real opportunities for you to shine, deliver great work and develop your career.Due to the nature of the work that Osborne are involved in, additional criminal record checks maybe required to carry out particular roles. This will be clarified during the interview process.

Careers Advisor
5 days ago
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In this new role you will be part of an exciting project to focus on developing and delivering careers advise to learners undertaking flexible learning qualifications. As a career’s advisor at Learning Curve Group you will provide a high level of careers information, advice and guidance supporting learners with their choices relating to their education, training and work. You will have experience of working in the Health and Social Care sector in order to provide advice to learners wishing to progress in this sector, as well as having some knowledge of other sectors as well.Key Responsibilities and DutiesSupport learners via telephone, email and post to discuss career progression opportunitiesAdvise learners on how to source relevant training courses or qualifications and identify most appropriate funding available to themIdentify skills gaps and support learners to develop individual action plans for their individual career and education progressionMonitor and maintain internal database to show learner interaction and support givenSupport learners in the development of their CV to aide their career progressionDevelop progression routes to clearly show learners in specific job roles options available to themKeep up to date with labour market information, legislation, and professional and academic developments by visiting employers, training providers and training events run by educational and professional bodiesCarry out surveys and regular intervals to measure the impact of careers adviceSupport learners via telephone, email and post to discuss career progression opportunitiesAdvise learners on how to source relevant training courses or qualifications and identify most appropriate funding available to themIdentify skills gaps and support learners to develop individual action plans for their individual career and education progressionMonitor and maintain internal database to show learner interaction and support givenSupport learners in the development of their CV to aide their career progressionDevelop progression routes to clearly show learners in specific job roles options available to themKeep up to date with labour market information, legislation, and professional and academic developments by visiting employers, training providers and training events run by educational and professional bodiesCarry out surveys and regular intervals to measure the impact of careers adviceEssential Criteria:• Flexibility and adaptability• The ability to manage your own caseload• An empathetic, non-judgmental and ethical approach• High level of communication and listening skills• The ability to build a rapport with people• The ability to work individually or as part of a team• The capability to work under pressure• Organisational skills, problem-solving and motivational skillsMust hold a level 3 IAQ Qualification  This job was originally posted as

Talent Development Analyst
new3 days ago
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Aon are currently recruiting a Talent Development Analyst to join our team on a 12-month FTC working agile either in London, Farnborough or Chelmsford. This role will be part of the team which manages our Apprenticeship, Early Careers & Professional Studies programmes within the Talent Development department of our HR team. About Aon Headquartered in London, Aon Plc is a leading global professional services firm providing a broad range of risk, retirement and health solutions. Our 50,000 colleagues in 120 countries empower results for clients by using proprietary data and analytics to deliver insights that reduce volatility and improve performance. Aon is an equal opportunities employer. Aon's recruitment and selection policy ensures the best possible skill mix of colleagues and the highest quality candidates are appointed using objective job-related criteria. About the Role Your impact as a Talent Development Analyst: Responsibilities: Manage and respond to enquiries into professional studies mailbox within agreed time periods which will include the following responsibilities: Planning learner cohorts (typically groups of 10-15 colleagues) and providing individual learner on-boarding support, including liaising with Training Providers and ensuring that all required learner documentation is completed as required. Managing learner waiting lists and working with Apprenticeship Lead and Early Careers Programme Manager to group learners into cohorts, ensuring learners from the same teams are spread across cohorts to reduce business impact. Maintaining and managing data on learners (before, during and after they are on programme), and using this data to produce reports/statistics/analysis as required tracking learners, Levy spend and programme take up. Manage, document and develop the onboarding processes with the support of the Early Careers Programme Manager so the processes can be transitioned to the Talent Development Administration team during late 2019. Coordinating and supporting the delivery at learner induction training events. Ongoing support for current apprenticeship programmes, including learner, manager and HR queries. Managing content for Aon’s internal apprenticeship webpages, including developing content with the support of the Apprenticeship Lead and working with the communication team to update and create new content as programmes develop/are added. Working with Aon’s Payroll Team and the Apprenticeship Lead to ensure Aon’s digital apprenticeship account is an accurate reflection of what has been paid into the Apprenticeship Levy. Working with the Early Careers Programme Manager to be the first point of contact with our Training Providers. Support other Early Careers team members with delivery of recruitment and development activities at peak times. Support the Early Careers Manager to develop and deliver the new programmes planned for 2019 and beyond. About you Your knowledge and expertise: As a Talent Development Analyst your skills and qualifications will ideally include: Educated to A-Levels or equivalent standardsPart CIPD qualified or interested in pursuing CIPD qualifications in the futureExperience working in an office environmentExperience of using MS Excel to manipulate and analyse data, and to present it as meaningful management information.Interest in developing and delivering professional development programmesKnowledge of social media (LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook) and social sharingProficient in the use of other office applications (Word, PowerPoint and Outlook)Excellent time managementExcellent written and verbal communication skillsComfortable managing a diverse workload with the ability to prioritise and re-prioritiseAbility to build effective relationships with managers, colleagues and external Training ProvidersAbility to ensure all internal clients’ needs are metProblem solving skillsAbility to work on your own initiative to resolve queries in a timely and satisfactory manor, whilst at the same time knowing when to ask for help.We are seeking an individual with a genuine interest in talent development and who wants to build their career within HR. We’d like you to have a passion for building business relationships and to enjoy working as part of a team. You should have some experience in a client (internal or external) facing role and be confident in managing sometimes difficult client expectations and demands. This should all be underpinned by being comfortable working with excel and having an ability to analyse data. Salary and Benefits This role offers a competitive salary and bonus, plus a comprehensive benefits package and 25 days holiday per annum. Through our flexible benefits, you will also have the opportunity to choose additional benefits, including healthcare, childcare vouchers and additional holiday. Our Colleague Experience Every day, our colleagues make a difference, work with the best, own their potential, and value one another. Together, we share this one purpose: to empower economic and human possibility around the world. This unifying goal is at the heart of our identity, and it lives in everything we do. To learn more about our colleague experience, visit Aon Colleague Experience.

Careers Advisor
new1 day ago
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Outreach Careers Advisor Careers Advisor Location: Maidstone (base only as required to travel around Kent) Careers Advisor Salary: £19,000.00 - £21,000 (IAG qualification & performance related) per annum pro rata. Job Type: 16 hours a week 8.30am - 5.00pm days flexible. No weekends! Do you: have a passion for helping and building confidence in people;want to be fully funded to achieve a Level 4 qualification in Information, Advice and Guidance (IAG) and the Level 6 qualification in Information, Advice and Guidance or have a relevant qualification already;want to support long term unemployed and vulnerable adults to progress into further education or employment?The role Go Train support thousands of people every year to get back into work, and we are looking for dedicated individuals to offer valuable Careers Advice and Guidance to our clients. You will have a varied workload including delivering group and 1:1 sessions, creating action plans and building relationships with local employers;work within a diverse and encouraging team to provide an inspiring learning experience whilst working to targets;work out of a variety of local organisations, therefore own transport and a driving license is preferable.Travel to different outreach locations in Kent to deliver the Careers Advice serviceGo Train offers funded Level 4 Information, Advice and Guidance (IAG) and Level 6!opportunities for personal and professional developmentpension schemehealthcare cash-back schemeyour birthday off every yeara rewarding role that really does transform lives of our learners.Travel paidApply today to work with one of the largest providers of adult training in the Southeast. Closing date for applications: 22nd February 2019 Go Train reserves the right to remove a vacancy at any time prior to the published closing date.

Careers Advisor
new1 day ago
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Careers Advisor Careers Advisor: Swindon Careers Advisor Salary: £19,000.00 - £21,000 (IAG qualification & performance related) per annum pro rata. Job Type: 16 hours a week 8.30am - 5.00pm days flexible. No weekends! Do you: have a passion for helping and building confidence in people;want to be fully funded to achieve a Level 4 qualification in Information, Advice and Guidance (IAG) and the Level 6 qualification in Information, Advice and Guidance or have a relevant qualification already;want to support long term unemployed and vulnerable adults to progress into further education or employment?The role Go Train support thousands of people every year to get back into work, and we are looking for dedicated individuals to offer valuable Careers Advice and Guidance to our clients. You will have a varied workload including delivering group and 1:1 sessions, creating action plans and building relationships with local employers;work within a diverse and encouraging team to provide an inspiring learning experience whilst working to targets;work out of a variety of local organisations, therefore own transport and a driving license is preferable.Travel to different outreach locations in Kent to deliver the Careers Advice serviceGo Train offers funded Level 4 Information, Advice and Guidance (IAG) and Level 6!opportunities for personal and professional developmentpension schemehealthcare cash-back schemeyour birthday off every yeara rewarding role that really does transform lives of our learners.Travel paidApply today to work with one of the largest providers of adult training in the Southeast. Closing date for applications: 22nd February 2019 Go Train reserves the right to remove a vacancy at any time prior to the published closing date.

Quality and Training Lead Officer
newabout 12 hours ago
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Quality and Training Lead Officer National Careers Service Manchester City Centre Up to £25,500 per annum Reporting Line: Quality & Workforce Development Manager JOB PURPOSE Support the development, delivery, dissemination and evaluation of the underpinning systems, processes and procedures for the National Careers Service North West Continuous Quality Improvement (CQI) Strategy & Framework, ensuring high quality service delivery and workforce development which makes a positive contribution to the contractual requirements, Ofsted inspection and matrix. KEY RESPONSIBILITIES ? Contributing to the National Careers Service by ensuring that comprehensive analysis is readily available and identifies quality and training needs across the supply chain. ? Applying highly effective, coordinated and timely support to the National Careers Service Prime Contract Team (PCT) and supply chain, to meet contractual standards and targets ? Providing timely, accurate and robust collection, collation and service impact data/reporting which draws on and enables sharing of best practice across the supply chain ? Producing and presenting to the PCT and supply chain, comprehensive, accurate analysis and impact reports in compliance with the contractual risk banding and assessment process, Ofsted and matrix requirements, to demonstrate CQI and workforce development ? Accurately maintain, develop and enhance the systems and procedures continually seeking to improve them to ensure they are efficient and effective in relation to service delivery (face-to-face, groupwork, telephony, digital and workforce development) and support quality cycles and inspections ? Delivering expert systems training to new practitioners, champions and partners identifying and reporting on their training needs ? Leading on the National Helpline relationship and Customer Appointment Booking System (CAS), providing a highly effective advice, support, issues resolution and reporting service, between the parties, supply chain PCT and IT. ? Attending events and meetings as required by the PCT in order to contribute to the CQI Strategy ? Take a key support role on CQI and workforce development to prepare the Prime Contract team ahead of Ofsted inspection and matrix. ? Accurately record minutes for meetings ? Provide other administrative duties to the PCT and business unit as requested. DIMENSIONS Relationship management with external partners/stakeholders (e.g. National Helpline ESFA, JCP, Ofsted, matrix) and circa 8 National Careers Service suppliers across North West. Coordination and co-delivery of circa 20 CPD programmes (on-line, in person and group) circa 200 staff cross a range of quality and training programmes. Relationship with sample groups of National Careers Service customers circa 100 annually KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE ? Minimum A level or equivalent further education ? Excellent communication skills including verbal, written, listening and presentation ? Excellent organisational skills, ability to utilise agile working to prioritise, plan and manage within a busy workload ? Excellent IT and digital skills, including Office 365 (word, excel, PowerPoint, skype, outlook) as well as a range of CRMs, databases and web applications ? Strong analytical skills with ability to understand, review, summarise and report on complex data (including on-line content) ? Ability to think strategically and take an innovative and creative approach Experience of: ? Working within a quality control environment - monitoring calls and providing feedback. ? Analysing and transferring complex data into succinct materials and reports to meet the needs of a wide-ranging audience ? Delivering training sessions /presentations to meet the needs of a varying audience ? Project management experience is an advantage Personal Style: ? Warm and approachable, engaging and enthusiastic ? Strong sense of personal responsibility, able to undertake agile working without supervision ? Positive, robust, highly motivated and outcome focussed ? Reliable, flexible and adaptable to change ? Team player/Networker ? Ability to understand, demonstrate and apply GC values: Making a positive difference, Strong together, empower people, Do the right thing and Build on success. If this sounds like the perfect role for you then please submit your CV below or call and ask for Andrew if you would like further information.

Careers Advisor
6 days ago
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In this new role you will be part of an exciting project to focus on developing and delivering careers advise to learners undertaking flexible learning qualifications. As a career’s advisor at Learning Curve Group you will provide a high level of careers information, advice and guidance supporting learners with their choices relating to their education, training and work. You will have experience of working in the Health and Social Care sector in order to provide advice to learners wishing to progress in this sector, as well as having some knowledge of other sectors as well.Key Responsibilities and Duties * Support learners via telephone, email and post to discuss career progression opportunities * Advise learners on how to source relevant training courses or qualifications and identify most appropriate funding available to them * Identify skills gaps and support learners to develop individual action plans for their individual career and education progression * Monitor and maintain internal database to show learner interaction and support given * Support learners in the development of their CV to aide their career progression * Develop progression routes to clearly show learners in specific job roles options available to them * Keep up to date with labour market information, legislation, and professional and academic developments by visiting employers, training providers and training events run by educational and professional bodies * Carry out surveys and regular intervals to measure the impact of careers advice * Support learners via telephone, email and post to discuss career progression opportunities * Advise learners on how to source relevant training courses or qualifications and identify most appropriate funding available to them * Identify skills gaps and support learners to develop individual action plans for their individual career and education progression * Monitor and maintain internal database to show learner interaction and support given * Support learners in the development of their CV to aide their career progression * Develop progression routes to clearly show learners in specific job roles options available to them * Keep up to date with labour market information, legislation, and professional and academic developments by visiting employers, training providers and training events run by educational and professional bodies * Carry out surveys and regular intervals to measure the impact of careers adviceEssential Criteria:• Flexibility and adaptability• The ability to manage your own caseload• An empathetic, non-judgmental and ethical approach• High level of communication and listening skills• The ability to build a rapport with people• The ability to work individually or as part of a team• The capability to work under pressure• Organisational skills, problem-solving and motivational skillsMust hold a level 3 IAQ Qualification

Aftersales Manager/Service Manager
5 days ago
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Aftersales Manager/Service Manager – Pentland JLR Edinburgh EastAre you good with people and have a 'can do' attitude? This could be the opportunity for you! John Clark Motor Group are seeking a pro-active, customer focused Aftersales Manager for our Pentland JLR Edinburgh East Dealership, who will be part of a team responsible for providing a proactive service to customers requesting to schedule their vehicles in for a service, maintenance or repair work. Key Job Requirements as Aftersales Manager:People Management of the Aftersales TeamEnsuring Customer Satisfaction metrics are hitHitting monthly KPI’s / BudgetsEnsuring all repairs are fully compliantBecoming a product expert well versed with all features of our vehicles Maximise workshop profit opportunitiesAchieve the customer satisfaction objectives and to ensure that the customer is dealt with professionally adhering to the manufacturer standards and dealership procedureSkills You Will Require as Aftersales Manager:Confident relationship builder with team and customers at all levelsAbility to management the Aftersales Team successfullyDeliver first class service to achieve company objectives and targetsSelf-motivated, articulate and professionalAftersales Manager required ExperiencePrevious motor trade experience within service is preferable Previous experience within a management roleCustomer Service facing experience is essentialAbout JCMGThe John Clark Motor Group is a name synonymous with outstanding customer service, we are Scotland’s 2nd largest independently family owned motor dealer. We proudly represent a number ofinspirational brands, and have been trading for over 40 years, specializing in the sale of new and used vehicles from our 35 businesses across the East coast of Scotland. We strongly believe in investing in our people and provide specialist training and development opportunities to help our employees progress their future and careers. In addition to dedicated in-house training, we offer the chance to work with exceptional brands and products, in a dynamic environment where we continue to work together as a familyIn return for your hard work and dedication, you have the opportunity to earn an excellent salary, plus lots of fantastic benefits.Preferential rates on vehicle parts purchases and servicing.Industry leading discounted Employee Car Scheme28 Day HolidayAward winning In-house and manufacturer trainingCycle to work schemeState of the arts dealership standardsHigh earning potential through commission or bonusSome roles offer company carLife assurance Group contributory pension schemeCareers development opportunitiesIf this sounds like you and you would love to be part of John Clark Motor Group then please APPLY now with an up to date copy of your CV. We look forward to hearing from you soon. Please note we can only accept applications from candidates who are eligible to work in the UK without Sponsorship. Verification of your Right to Work in the UK should be included with your application This job was originally posted as

Sales Manager
5 days ago
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Sales Manager – Thomson & Potter Skoda PerthAre you passionate about delivering results? Thomson & Potter Skoda Perth; part of the John Clark Motor Group, are looking to appoint a highly motivated Sales Manager with experience in a similar position who can demonstrate excellent management skills.The role involves the day to day running of a busy car sales team in a main dealership. The ideal candidate must have previous experience within a General Sales Manager/Sales Managers/Sales Controller role, excellent people skills, able to motivate a sales team, deliver results, manage sales leads and distribute and monitor daily enquiries. A good management style is essential, sense of humour, enthusiasm, direction and leadership. Good staff management skills are also crucial as is a knowledge of sales department KPI’s and the ability to operate a professional sales process is also very important. The Sales Manager must also have focus on customer service, dealing with customers in a professional manner. Following up enquiries and managing the whole sales process from initial contact to closing the deal. Working to set performance targets and requirements of both the dealer and manufacturer.Experience of working within the Automotive industry within a Sales Controller/Sales Manager /General Sales Manager role is essential.About JCMGThe John Clark Motor Group is a name synonymous with outstanding customer service, we are Scotland’s 2nd largest independently family owned motor dealer. We proudly represent a number ofinspirational brands, and have been trading for over 40 years, specializing in the sale of new and used vehicles from our 35 businesses across the East coast of Scotland. We strongly believe in investing in our people and provide specialist training and development opportunities to help our employees progress their future and careers. In addition to dedicated in-house training, we offer the chance to work with exceptional brands and products, in a dynamic environment where we continue to work together as a family.In return for your hard work and dedication, you have the opportunity to earn industry leading remuneration package which includes life assurance from day one; which is 3 times your basic salary, group contributory pension scheme, private medical insurance, plus….Preferential rates on vehicle parts purchases and servicing.Industry leading discounted Employee Car Scheme28 Day HolidayAward winning In-house and manufacturer trainingCycle to work schemeState of the arts dealership standardsHigh earning potential through commission or bonusSome roles offer company carLife assurance Group contributory pension schemeCareers development opportunitiesSo… What happens next? Like the sound of this position? Once applied, our Recruitment Team will review your CV. If suitable, a member of the team will contact you to advise your CV has now been sent to the hiring manage. Note we can only accept applications from candidates who are eligible to work in the UK without Sponsorship. Verification of your Right to Work in the UK should be included with your application#salesmanager #sales #management #automotive #motortrade #generalsalesmanager #cupar #sales #salesprocess #scotland This job was originally posted as

Accounts Assistant
5 days ago
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Accounts Assistant – Pentland Land Rover Jaguar Edinburgh WestDo you have a passion for a career in accounts? This could be the opportunity for you! Pentland Land Rover Jaguar Edinburgh West; part of the John Clark Motor Group, are seeking a professional, forward-thinking Accounts Assistant. This is an excellent opportunity for an individual who is seeking a move to join a progressive company.Key Job Requirements for Accounts Assistant:To ensure accurate and complete processing and recording in all accounts and administrative matters.To account for and properly analyse all purchase and sales invoices plus customer and supplier receipts and payments.To ensure that accounting and administrative records remain confidential, are accurately maintained and updated daily.To take part in and help to maintain the dealership’s system of internal control.To alert management to any concerns, internal control issues and irregularities.To maintain a control system for sums owing and owed.Skills you will require for the Accounts Assistant role:Highly motivatedAttention to detail and accuracyVery competent IT skills including excel and wordHighly organised with ability to time manageYour Required Experience as Accounts Assistant:Experience of working within a similar role is essentialHNC/HND in Accounting would be beneficialAbout JCMGThe John Clark Motor Group is a name synonymous with outstanding customer service, we are Scotland’s 2nd largest independently family owned motor dealer. We proudly represent a number of inspirational brands, and have been trading for over 40 years, specializing in the sale of new and used vehicles from our 35 businesses across the East coast of Scotland. We strongly believe in investing in our people and provide specialist training and development opportunities to help our employees progress their future and careers. In addition to dedicated in-house training, we offer the chance to work with exceptional brands and products, in a dynamic environment where we continue to work together as a family.In return for your hard work and dedication, you have the opportunity to earn an excellent salary, plus lots of fantastic benefits.Preferential rates on vehicle parts purchases and servicing.Industry leading discounted Employee Car Scheme28 Day HolidayAward winning In-house and manufacturer trainingCycle to work schemeState of the arts dealership standardsHigh earning potential through commission or bonusSome roles offer company carLife assurance Group contributory pension schemeCareers development opportunitiesIf this sounds like you and you would love to be part of John Clark Motor Group then please APPLY now with an up to date copy of your CV. We look forward to hearing from you soon.Please note we can only accept applications from candidates who are eligible to work in the UK without Sponsorship. Verification of your Right to Work in the UK should be included with your application This job was originally posted as

Service Advisor
5 days ago
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Service Advisor – Pentland Land Rover Edinburgh EastAre you good with people and have a 'can do' attitude? This could be the opportunity for you! John Clark Edinburgh are seeking a pro-active, customer focused Service Advisor for our Land Rover dealership, who will be part of a team of Service Advisors and be responsible for providing a proactive service to customers requesting to schedule their vehicles in for a service, maintenance or repair work. Key Job Requirements as Service Advisor:Liaise with all relevant personnel to ensure complete customer satisfactionMaximise workshop profit opportunitiesAchieve the customer satisfaction objectives and to ensure that the customer is dealt with professionally adhering to the manufacturer standards and dealership proceduresWelcome all customers at the service reception in a warm, professional manner, and meet all their needsAgree service and repair instructions and book vehicle in to the workshopSkills You Will Require as Service Advisor:Confident relationship builder with customers at all levelsAbility to influence and advise customers on minor technical issuesDeliver first class service to achieve company objectives and targetsSelf-motivated, articulate and professionalService Advisor required ExperiencePrevious motor trade experience within service is preferable (Service Advisor/Customer Service Advisor)Worked with Visual Health check systemsCustomer Service facing experience is essentialPrevious upselling experience preferably over the telephoneAbout JCMGThe John Clark Motor Group is a name synonymous with outstanding customer service, we are Scotland’s 2nd largest independently family owned motor dealer. We proudly represent a number ofinspirational brands, and have been trading for over 40 years, specializing in the sale of new and used vehicles from our 35 businesses across the East coast of Scotland. We strongly believe in investing in our people and provide specialist training and development opportunities to help our employees progress their future and careers. In addition to dedicated in-house training, we offer the chance to work with exceptional brands and products, in a dynamic environment where we continue to work together as a family.In return for your hard work and dedication, you have the opportunity to earn an excellent salary, plus lots of fantastic benefits.Preferential rates on vehicle parts purchases and servicing.Industry leading discounted Employee Car Scheme28 Day HolidayAward winning In-house and manufacturer trainingCycle to work schemeState of the arts dealership standardsHigh earning potential through commission or bonusSome roles offer company carLife assurance Group contributory pension schemeCareers development opportunitiesIf this sounds like you and you would love to be part of John Clark Motor Group then please APPLY now with an up to date copy of your CV. We look forward to hearing from you soon. Please note we can only accept applications from candidates who are eligible to work in the UK without Sponsorship. Verification of your Right to Work in the UK should be included with your application This job was originally posted as

Service Advisor
5 days ago
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Service Advisor – Dundee VolvoAre you good with people and have a 'can do' attitude? This could be the opportunity for you! John Clark Dundee re seeking a pro-active, customer focused Service Advisor for our Volvo dealership, who will be part of a team of Service Advisors and be responsible for providing a proactive service to customers requesting to schedule their vehicles in for a service, maintenance or repair work. Key Job Requirements as Service Advisor:Liaise with all relevant personnel to ensure complete customer satisfactionMaximise workshop profit opportunitiesAchieve the customer satisfaction objectives and to ensure that the customer is dealt with professionally adhering to the manufacturer standards and dealership proceduresWelcome all customers at the service reception in a warm, professional manner, and meet all their needsAgree service and repair instructions and book vehicle in to the workshopSkills You Will Require as Service Advisor:Confident relationship builder with customers at all levelsAbility to influence and advise customers on minor technical issuesDeliver first class service to achieve company objectives and targetsSelf-motivated, articulate and professionalService Advisor required ExperiencePrevious motor trade experience within service is preferable (Service Advisor/Customer Service Advisor)Worked with Visual Health check systemsCustomer Service facing experience is essentialPrevious upselling experience preferably over the telephoneAbout JCMGThe John Clark Motor Group is a name synonymous with outstanding customer service, we are Scotland’s 2nd largest independently family owned motor dealer. We proudly represent a number ofinspirational brands, and have been trading for over 40 years, specializing in the sale of new and used vehicles from our 35 businesses across the East coast of Scotland. We strongly believe in investing in our people and provide specialist training and development opportunities to help our employees progress their future and careers. In addition to dedicated in-house training, we offer the chance to work with exceptional brands and products, in a dynamic environment where we continue to work together as a family.In return for your hard work and dedication, you have the opportunity to earn an excellent salary, plus lots of fantastic benefits.Preferential rates on vehicle parts purchases and servicing.Industry leading discounted Employee Car Scheme28 Day HolidayAward winning In-house and manufacturer trainingCycle to work schemeState of the arts dealership standardsHigh earning potential through commission or bonusSome roles offer company carLife assurance Group contributory pension schemeCareers development opportunitiesIf this sounds like you and you would love to be part of John Clark Motor Group then please APPLY now with an up to date copy of your CV. We look forward to hearing from you soon. Please note we can only accept applications from candidates who are eligible to work in the UK without Sponsorship. Verification of your Right to Work in the UK should be included with your application This job was originally posted as