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Design Producer - Senior Associate - Experience Centre

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  • London
  • London

A career with Experience Consulting services, will provide you with a unique opportunity to help our clients change customer behaviours through the experience journey starting with a strategy, then through design, and eventually implementation. You’ll focus on bringing interactive tools in the form of mobile apps, websites, or other digital platforms to ensure our clients fully integrate customer and user experiences into their organisation. About the role As a Design Producer, you’ll plan and deliver Design Thinking and Design Doing projects — new experiences, new products and services, brand-led custom design for Enterprise platforms (e.g., Salesforce, SAP, Microsoft) — in our high-energy London-based Studio, as part of a diverse multidisciplinary team. About you You’re a keystone — a bright and ambitious thinker who — will help us answer the most important problems in society, and build a better future for our clients You’re passionate about Design, and you’re keen to be part of a diverse, high-energy, multidisciplinary project team. You have a broad sense of empathy for the different roles in the Experience Strategy, Design, and Development process, and Management Consulting more generally. You’re credible, confident, and ruthlessly precise; you’re an efficient and effective communicator. You’re flexible and adaptable; you know when to roll with the punches and when to stand your ground. You know how to get great work made — be that designing a new product or prototyping a new service — and if you don't you’ll find someone who can. Your skills · 3-4 years’ experience in an agency, design consultancy, or client-side, working in a client-facing Project Manager/Producer role · Proven experience planning and managing projects/programmes of work to plan, design, and deliver new experiences, products and services · Experience working with Enterprise platforms (e.g., Salesforce, SAP, Microsoft), across multiple touchpoints and a variety of platforms · Extensive experience as the primary author and owner of: Project approaches Detailed project plans Resource/workflow management Scopes of Work/Letters of Engagement, and contracts Other project-related documents (e.g., status reports, financial reports and forecasts Ability to self-manage as well as managing assigned teams and projects under tight deadlines - lead, engage and motivate a cross-discipline team to success · A diplomat who knows how to build and maintain great relationships · An empathetic team member who listens to everyone · A natural problem solver with an open mind · A master balancer of money and time, quality and efficiency, client and team · An energetic and passionate individual who sweats the details · A collaborative teammate who thrives on working with, and learning from, a diverse range of experiences and perspectives Practicalities The role: Delivery methodologies (Especially Agile/Scrum/Kanban) Jira and other Project Management tools The end-to-end experience strategy and design process · Understanding of: User research and insights Service Design, Experience Strategy, Experience Design, and Visual Design, and how these disciplines work together Design Thinking Accessibility Ecommerce Aware of: Design software (e.g., Sketch, Adobe Creative Cloud Suite) Prototype software (e.g., inVision, FramerX, Principal) Presentation software (e.g., PPT, Keynote) Development languages (e.g. jQuery, HTML5, CSS etc Able to demonstrate interest in a creative endeavour (e.g., illustration, print, photography, film, industrial, interiors, copywriting) Mac literate (hardware and software) Consulting In Consulting we deliver practical, far-sighted advice that gets straight to the heart of clients’ business issues and delivers amazing results by helping our clients improve the way they operate, reduce costs, manage risks, leverage talent or fundamentally change the way they do business, the work you do will be all about helping organisations of all shapes and sizes work smarter and grow faster. You could find yourself working with household names in a diverse range of industries – everyone from big-name broadcasters and high-street banks to multinational telecoms operators and energy companies. Not the role for you? Did you know PwC offer flexible contract arrangements as well as contingent work ( ie temporary or day rate contracting)? The skills we look for in future employees All our people need to demonstrate the skills and behaviours that support us in delivering our business strategy. This is important to the work we do for our business, and our clients. These skills and behaviours make up our global leadership framework, ‘The PwC Professional’ and are made up of five core attributes; whole leadership, technical capabilities, business acumen, global acumen and relationships. Learn more here www.pwc.com/uk/careers/experienced/apply Diversity We work in a changing world which offers great opportunities for people with diverse backgrounds and experiences. We seek to attract and employ the best people from the widest talent pool, as well as those who reflect the diverse nature of our society. And we aim to encourage a culture where people can be themselves and be valued for their strengths. Creating value through diversity is what makes us strong as a business and as an organisation with an increasingly agile workforce, we're open to flexible working arrangements where appropriate. Learn more here www.pwc.com/uk/diversity

Head of Strategic Communications

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Background The world is threatened by unprecedented and interrelated environmental, economic and social crises. These crises result from the failure of our economic system and the economic theories, policies, narratives and power structures that underpin it. In response, a growing number of campaigners, academics, policy-makers, business leaders and commentators recognise that these crises can only be overcome by building a new economic system that achieves the goals of environmental sustainability, economic justice and systemic resilience. The Economic Change Unit (ECU) was founded in 2019 to accelerate the impact of new economic ideas, policies and practice, working with a range of groups and individuals seeking to shift the dominant political and economic paradigm. ECU does this through programmes of convening and communication. We seek to support those seeking ‘post-neoliberal’ economic systems change by identifying and promoting action on strategic opportunities and challenges, enhancing communications around new economic ideas in mainstream and social media, and connecting those with similar goals in the UK and internationally. ECU was founded by Michael Jacobs (Executive Chair) and Laurie Laybourn-Langton (Director). Its Steering Group comprises leading figures working on economic systems change in the UK. It is funded by the Friends Provident Foundation and the Hewlett Foundation. Some more information is available here. The role – Head of Strategic Communications ECU is seeking an experienced strategic communications professional to develop and run its strategic communications programme, aimed at improving the spread and impact of new economic ideas, policies and practices. This will be achieved through a range of proactive and reactive methods, promoting and informing high quality news and comment across mainstream and digital media. The Head of Strategic Communications will be supported by and will line manage a Strategic Communications Officer. Priorities for our strategic communications activities will be determined by ECU’s overall programmes of work, and the Head of Strategic Communications will work closely with other members of the ECU team, comprising the Director, two Programme Leads, and the Executive Chair, Steering Group and Advisory Group to identify and deliver programmes. Specific responsibilities include: Developing an overall communications strategy for new economic ideas and practice in the UK, aimed at improving awareness and impact within mainstream decision-making and media communities, and working with stakeholders to do so Collaborating with ECU’s strategic partners to deliver materials, stories, voices and messaging to support this strategy Monitoring the news cycle and the state of play in economic and political debates to ensure that ECU remains alert to opportunities for proactive and reactive intervention Identifying and planning specific communications campaigns and activities that advance narratives and ensure a greater level of impact for new economic ideas, policies and practice Building and maintaining trusted relationships with key journalists and editors and broadcast producers across mainstream and specialist media in the UK, and working proactively with them to shape media coverage of ECU priority issues Identifying and writing news stories and placing them in mainstream and digital media Identifying, training and mobilising key academics, opinion formers and communicators to act as experts and commentators in the media Working closely with existing communicators and media staff in organisations promoting new economic ideas and practice, both within and out of the UK, and acting as a source of expertise on communications for them Working closely with the ECU Programme Leads to craft and deliver communications strategies for specific projects Recruiting and line managing the Strategic Communications Officer Monitoring, evaluation and reporting of the impact of the strategic communications programme Any other duties as may be reasonably expected and requested by the ECU Director, including day-to-day administration of ECU The Head of Strategic Communications will be managed and supported by the ECU Director and will work closely with all other members of the team. Person specification The Head of Strategic Communications will be passionate about rapidly scaling the impact of new economic ideas, policies and practice. The role requires a dynamic and motivated professional with a deep understanding of economic and political debates (particularly in the UK but also globally) and extensive media and communications experience. We expect the successful candidate to have pre-existing contacts with UK mainstream journalists. ECU is a young organisation with a small team, so the Head of Strategic Communications must be comfortable working in a fast-paced environment and be able to help develop the culture and structures of the organisation overall. Desirable characteristics include: At least five years of professional strategic communications experience related to political and/or economic debates Strong understanding of economics, economic issues and political debates Excellent strategic thinker with a deep understanding of the dynamics and structures that determine political debates and policy-making in the UK Effective networker and influencer, with a track record of developing, managing and delivering successful influencing campaigns Excellent writer of news stories and other communications materials Experience of managing political and media monitoring systems to build intelligence Proven research skills and ability to translate complex economic and political arguments for audiences with different levels of understanding Experience of managing senior and complex stakeholder relations, as well as diverse coalitions of individuals and groups. Excellent project management skills and ability to deliver complex projects to deadlines Excellent interpersonal and communication skills and the ability to act sensitively, generously and with discretion as part of a high-trust community Experience of leading a small team, independently developing and delivering programmes of work, and making sound decisions under high pressure conditions Creative, inventive and flexible approach to work; a passion for excellence Be capable of operating independently as part of a small, hard-working team and prepared to assist outside of office hours where necessary to meet programme requirements Commitment to ECU’s values Employment terms Start date: As soon as possible Salary: £52,0000 - £56,000 p.a. dependent on experience Hours: 5 days a week Duration: Three-year fixed term contract Benefits: Up to 7.5% employer matched pension and 25 days holiday per year (exclusive of bank holidays) Office location: central London, with flexible working Application process To apply: Please send your CV and a cover letter detailing your interest and experience in relation to the job description via the button below. The application deadline is midday on Monday 16th September 2019. Short-listed applicants will be subsequently contacted for a first round interview, which will be conducted on 27th September in central London. If necessary, second round interviews will be conducted on Friday 4th October. ECU’s values Our values apply throughout our ways of working, office culture, and individual behaviour. Justice: We believe in social, economic and environmental justice. We work to rectify historical injustices nationally and internationally, as well as to mitigate injustices yet to come. Essential to our conception of justice is a commitment to sustainability. Inclusivity and generosity: We provide a welcoming, safe and supportive environment to everyone, regardless of gender, ethnicity, sexual orientation, age or disability. We believe this is crucial to ensuring the legitimacy and effectiveness of our work. We recognise that people face systemic oppression based on these characteristics and therefore we have a responsibility to centre anti-oppression in our work. Collaboration: We don’t have all the answers, and through working with others there is more chance of making change. We stand in solidarity with the new economy  movement and those who support its ideas. The Economic Change Unit is committed to providing equal opportunities for everyone regardless of their background. We welcome applications from everyone irrespective of gender, sexual orientation, disability, ethnicity and socio-economic background.

Bid Management Lead

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  • London
  • London

Want to use your skills in Bid Management to play a vital role in making clean water, decent toilets and good hygiene normal for everyone everywhere? Join WaterAid as Bid Management Lead to change normal for millions of people so they can unlock their potential, break free from poverty and change their lives for good. On top of that you’ll be joining a 2018 Great Place to Work® award-winning organisation. WaterAid UK has an ambitious new strategy to grow the size of it programmes through restricted income - over the next five years WaterAid UK plans to grow its restricted income for its programmes by a minimum of 35%. It is expected that this growth will primarily come from institutional partnerships with some of the world’s leading bilateral development agencies, including DFID, USAID, SIDA and DEVCO. The organisation is therefore now at a turning pointing in its approach to institutional funding and is making significant investments into its capacity and capability to deliver growth. Within this context, the newly formed Institutional Funding and Partnerships Team is leading on the operationalisation of this new strategy as well as increasing the expertise and capability of the staff working on resource mobilisation and institutional partnership building. As our Bid Management Lead you will work across the organisation with your team to help deliver a step change in WaterAid’s approach to bidding on restricted funding, driving up success rates. The role will initially be fixed term for 36 months. There is likely to be significant travel involved to our international programmes. The role is envisaged as London based and full time but for the right candidate there can be flexibility on this. In this role, you will: Build and implement a strategy for improving bid management capability in line with the IPD Institutional and Restricted Funding Strategy Ensure an effective and timely supply of bid management capability across the range of strategic funding opportunities in the pipeline When appropriate, lead the development of bids for strategic, complex or high value funding opportunities (including multi-country funding opportunities) In collaboration with our Technical Unit, develop good practice on proposal/programme design for strategic, complex or high values opportunities. Build and maintain a repository of standard 'boiler plate' information for funding bids (e.g. capacity statements, track record, CVs, organisational capability sections, etc) Ensure cost recovery approaches/practices are embedded within bid management processes and that WaterAid has an effective approach to donor by donor costing on budgets Lead on our approach to building wider organisational capability on bid management within Country Programmes and wider IPD teams Lead on organisational approach to consortia formation and good practice governance arrangements Provide standardised policy, tools, processes and templates for bid management (including consortia formation and governance) Manage a team of 2 Bid Developers as well as a flexible pool of Bid Management Associates (i.e. consultants) in line with delivery of above and develop effective ways of working with other IFP and wider organisational teams Form part of the IFP Management Team and support IFP strategic planning processes and activities as appropriate To be successful, you'll need: Strong evidence and proven track record of success in the following areas: (specific to role's discipline). Comprehensive knowledge, understanding & evidence of successful application of major principles of good practice and direct experience of the following: (specific to each role's discipline). Experience/ evidence of strategy development and implementation in the following: (specific to role's discipline). Experience/ evidence of successfully leading, motivating and coaching teams at a senior level to achieve individual & team goals. Other Information WaterAid benefits include: 36 days holiday (including Bank Holidays) Option to buy an extra 5 days annual leave We offer a generous pension plan with employer contribution of up to 10% Flexible working conditions, including the opportunity for part-time work and home working up to 2 days a week Enhanced Maternity/Paternity/Adoption/Surrogacy pay Sabbaticals Season Ticket Loan Applications will close one minute before midnight on 8th September. Availability for interviews required w/c 9th September. To see the full job pack, please click Apply. Please apply by submitting your CV and a cover letter in either Word Document or PDF. Salary: Circa £50,000 with excellent benefits. WaterAid is currently located at Durham Street, Vauxhall. However, we will be leaving our current location in the summer of 2020. The new location is to be confirmed but will be within zone 1-2 in London. The recruiting line manager will discuss this with you at the interview stage. We are unable to provide sponsorship for this post. In order to apply for this post, you must be able to demonstrate your eligibility to work in the UK. WaterAid is fully committed to protecting those with whom it comes into contact in WaterAid is committed to ensuring that wherever we work in the world there is no tolerance for the abuse of power, privilege or trust. WaterAid reinforces a culture of zero tolerance towards any form of inappropriate behaviour, abuse, harassment, or exploitation of any kind. The safeguarding of our beneficiaries, staff, volunteers and anyone working on our behalf, is our top priority, and we take our responsibilities extremely seriously. All staff and volunteers are required to share in this commitment through our Global Code of Conduct. We will conduct the most appropriate preemployment references and checks to ensure high standards are maintained. WaterAid is an equal opportunities, disability-confident employer and committed to achieving the highest standards of diversity, fairness and equality. Should you have a disability and require any additional support, please contact us by an email.

Centre of Excellence CoE Senior Associate Newcastle

newabout 1 hour ago
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  • Manchester
  • Bury

A career in our Assurance Transformation Centre of Excellence practice, within Assurance Transformation Services, will provide you with the opportunity to be responsible for developing functions in PwC that support audit engagement teams and audit quality efforts. You’ll focus on enhancing our services related to data auditing, business analytics, visualisation and leveraging of analytic technologies to evaluating complex Enterprise Systems for audit and non audit services. As part of our team, you’ll work with a broad and diverse range of clients, providing you with exposure to businesses of varying sizes, industries and complexity. You’ll use cutting edge technology working virtually on various audit engagements. You’ll develop specialist Assurance knowledge and play a key role in improving the quality and efficiency of our audits and lead innovation in a range of areas, with an initial focus on pensions assets and liabilities, share based payments, and the audit of Tax. The passion of our people, combined with access to the latest technology, helps us deliver the highest quality audits and build trust in society. We pride ourselves on our global reputation as a trusted place to do business, whilst giving our people access to the best opportunities and lots of variety through your home team, internal secondments and international assignments. We’ve all experienced the impact of extraordinary technological change over recent years. All of our clients are impacted by digital advancements, and so our propositions need to respond to that. We’re also seeing that our clients are changing how they work; increasingly working remotely and across multiple locations. For PwC, this means designing an operating model where we’ll improve quality, deliver outstanding value to our clients, and create a better experience for our people. PwC Assurance Centres of Excellence (CoEs) are one of our key priorities to respond to this challenge. As part of the Assurance CoE you will utilise cutting edge technology to execute delivery of more complex and judgmental Assurance activities virtually. Working closely with PwC Assurance teams from across the country you will improve the quality, efficiency, and innovation in the more complex areas of the audit, and have exposure to a wide range of clients from FTSE 100 to owner managed businesses across a variety of industries. The work is location agnostic with the majority of work being office based, and as such we are looking for individuals to be based in any regional UK office (with a nucleus of individuals in our Manchester and Glasgow offices). We have a range of opportunities available in the areas of Auditing of Pensions balances Auditing of Share Based Payments Auditing of tax However the list of areas delivered by the CoE is expected to grow rapidly, in line with the firm’s strategy, over the next 5 years. Which will create opportunities to experience new areas of the audit, to build expertise in more than one technical area and to support the growth and development of this part of our business. The Assurance CoE will provide initial training and ongoing coaching and support on the technical areas you are assigned to through weekly lunch and learns, professional skills courses, and coaching from managers and activity leaders. As a Senior Associate within the Assurance CoE you will Execute the audit in these more complex areas, in line with technical (both accounting and auditing) requirements and operating procedures. Have flexibility in when and how you work, utilising technology and best practice virtual working to coach and interact with teams of clients remotely Provide coaching and support to more junior team members. Liaise with clients to complete audit assignments. Build and maintain strong relationships with new and established audit clients. Work and liaise with other members of the audit team and colleagues in other parts of the firm as necessary to provide a high quality client service. Utilise your strong business awareness and sound reporting skills to provide insights to clients. Have the chance to give back to community and social welfare projects, often using your business skills. Have access to internal mobility both nationally and internationally. As part of an Assurance CoE you will make a difference by Developing deep, respected specialisms in more complex areas. Working with and becoming brilliant, high performing experts in their field. Driving innovation and thought leadership. Helping drive PwC Assurance strategy, by shaping a critical element of our delivery model. Successful candidates will have At least part completed their accounting qualification. A drive and aptitude to build deep accounting and auditing specialisms in more complex areas. A willingness to drive change by helping further define the CoE model embracing virtual working and other technology defining and leveraging our virtual working practices of the future Excellent written and oral communication skills, at all levels. Strong influencing skills. An ability to work under their own initiative, and under pressure. A willingness to build relationships with other PwC specialists to better provide a high quality, efficient and robust service. A desire to challenge the status quo. Demonstrable experience of working on multiple engagements at the same time and prioritising appropriately. Demonstrable experience of coaching junior members of teams to develop both technical and professional skills. Experience in applying professional skills in the audit of pension balances or share based payments is highly desirable, but a demonstrable experience of learning new and complex technical areas is more important. This role offers the potential for flexible working. It is expected, at most, only very minimal travel will be required with the vast majority of interactions (with clients and core engagement teams) being virtual in nature.

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Residential Support Worker

newabout 1 hour ago
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  • Wellingborough
  • Northamptonshire

Creative Support is a not-for-profit provider of care and support to people with a wide range of needs including learning disabilities, mental health needs, autism spectrum conditions and older people. We are recruiting Support Workers for our residential services in Wellingborough. We are looking for calm, resourceful and energetic individuals who are well motivated, hardworking and keen to join our friendly team. You will provide person-centred care and support to service users in all aspects of everyday life and support them to enjoy a wide range of activities in the community. You will have skills in positive communication and engagement and will be able to demonstrate unconditional positive regard for the people we support. You will have the maturity to be able to work within a positive behaviour support framework, to accept responsibility and to grow in confidence as a skilled practitioner. You must be able to follow agreed guidelines and to work positively within a consistent, mutually supportive team ethos. What we offer… Creative Support offers a wide range of training courses and this will be a perfect opportunity for those who are seeking to progress in the health and social care sector as we also offer the QCF Diploma in Health and Social Care level 2 – 5. As a senior practitioner, we will support your continuous development by providing accredited courses such as person centred planning, communication approaches and many more. Although previous experience in a similar role is advantageous, we would like to encourage the people with the right values and passion to apply and work to make a difference. In return we offer a wide range of benefits to ensure job satisfaction. This includes: Flexible Hours QCF Diploma in Health and Social Care Level 2 and higher Free life assurance Pension with company contribution A range of employee discounts

Support Workers

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  • Kendal
  • Cumbria

Here at Creative Support, we have a continuing mission to provide individually focused and respectful support to enable our service users to live fulfilling and independent lives. We are looking for caring , reliable and flexible individuals to join our team providing person centred service at our Extra Care Schemes in Ambleside, Kendal and Windermere. The services are a purpose built scheme which offers independent living opportunities for older people in a friendly, inclusive and safe environment. We want our service users to lead active and positive lives, but to achieve this we need individuals to help us to deliver personalized extra care services. You will provide person-centred care and support to older people to enable them to live independent lives. You will engage with service users and build trusting therapeutic relationships. Good communication skills are key to this role, as is the ability to provide respectful personal care to meet the clients needs. Previous experience within a similar care setting is not essential as we will provide full training and support when undertaking this role. Applications are encouraged from graduates and people with life experience, as well as experienced care workers. We also offer a wide range of benefits to ensure job satisfaction. We can also offer Relief based posts and waking nights. In return we offer a wide range of excellent benefits to ensure job satisfaction: Flexible working hours QCF Diploma in Health and Social Care Level 2 and higher Extensive tutor-led local training programs Free life assurance Pension with company contribution A range of employee discounts Free Uniform £100 (based on hours) bonus on completion of 4-month probationary period. Company Sick Pay Creative Support is an equal opportunities employer and is committed to delivering local high quality care through a well-established and supported local work force. Creative Support has achieved the Investors in People Silver Award.

Support Worker

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  • Manchester
  • Bury

Creative Support, a nationwide not-for-profit care organisation aims to provide a person centred support service to adults with a wide range of needs. We are looking for reliable enthusiastic and dedicated support workers who can work well as part of a team providing person centred support to people with a learning disability within Radcliffe Bury. You must be committed to ensuring that service users enjoy the highest quality of life and experience a wide range of opportunities for personal development. You will be required to work flexibly on a rota basis, including evenings, weekends, sleep-ins and bank holiday working. This role offers the opportunity to work in diverse services that challenge and promote personal development. You will receive a full induction and diploma level 2/3 qualification as well as a tailored training program to the service user group. Applications are encouraged from graduates and people with life experience, as well as experienced care workers.

Construction Trainer

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  • Lichfield
  • Staffordshire

Construction Trainer Job type  – Full time, Permanent Salary  – £24,332 - £28,494 (Salary dependant on experience and qualifications held). Hours  – 35 per week + 5 hours paid lunch Location  – HMP/YOI Swinfen Hall Do you want to make a difference to people’s lives, inspiring them to achieve and realise their true potential? Nacro is a national social justice charity with more than 50 years’ experience of changing lives, strengthening communities and reducing crime. We house, we educate, we support, we advise and we speak out for and with disadvantaged young people and adults. Nacro is the largest not-for-profit, independent training provider in the country. We are an  Ofsted ‘Good’  provider. Nacro are collaborating with Novus to deliver an innovative Education service across the West Midlands (WM). We aim to empower those in custody to take the opportunity to begin on a career path and to ensure they develop the relevant skills and technical experience to move towards an Apprenticeship and/or employment on release We are   looking for an experienced and motivated person to teach to Construction multi skills to adult offenders within Swinfen Hall prison. Duties and Responsibilities include but are not limited to: To be responsible for co-ordinating and delivering a vocational competency based curriculum in X up to Level 3 using awarding body standards; assessing learners work and raising their aspirations through constructive feedback and appropriate support. Assess and verify learners’ work. Establish and maintain strong relationships with awarding bodies and ensure that regular quality improvement meetings are held. To pro-actively develop links with external agencies and organisations that can contribute to the delivery of the planned X programme We are seeking Tutors with: A background/experience within the industry; someone who would like to broaden their experience in working with a rewarding group within a unique environment. Proven experience of supporting others in developing technical /vocational skills You will be passionate about learning. You will have the ability to work in a challenging but highly rewarding environment, be adept at defusing conflict, and working strictly to protocol and procedure. The successful individual needs to be motivated, inspirational, value led and have a keen interest in achieving success with adult offenders DBS & Secure Training Centre Vetting required including 5 years reference history. Please apply online via the button below.

Part Qualified Accountants

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  • Belfast
  • Belfast

Who we are PwC’s Operate delivers operational and managed services solutions to clients across a range of situations; bringing together regulatory insight, highly skilled operational resource and an unrivalled technology offering to provide a high quality and cost effective solution to operational delivery challenges. About the role Finance Solutions is one of the PwC Operate teams, currently experiencing growth. Finance Solutions provide operational delivery expertise for large execution programmes, such as finance transformation programmes, centralised finance services from our Belfast office such as; budgeting and forecasting; P&L review; and KPI Development. As we’re responsive to client demands, your role will be varied and challenging, providing you with an opportunity to work with a wide variety of high profile clients. Key Responsibilities Manage the high quality delivery of client finances including billing, expense analysis, work in progress reconciliations, invoice approval Monthly management accounting - actuals, budgets and rolling forecasts Preparation and presentation of balance sheet reviews to senior stakeholders Collaborating with the operational delivery teams in tasks and activities that span across operational project tracking and financial reporting Manage and coach our trainee accountants/ finance assistants in their roles in delivery Who we are looking for Qualifications & Experience ACA, ACCA, CIMA, CIPFA part qualified (or equivalent e.g. Accounting Technician) Experience in documenting and/or testing financial controls Good written and oral communication skills Proven ability to produce quality accounts and financial work under pressure and to tight deadlines Highly proficient in the use of Microsoft Office applications - excel is a must Attributes Good analytical skills, commercial aptitude and professionally sceptical mindset (ability to identify issues, understand complex problems, draw sound conclusions) A strong desire to learn, a willingness to share knowledge and a strong team ethic The ability to coach and develop others Enthusiastic, diligent and energetic with a flexible approach in a rapidly changing environment A proven track record of providing exceptional service and establishing and maintaining strong relationships The ability to manage time, prioritise tasks and work under tight deadlines Location These roles can be based in Belfast or London but may require some travel from time to time to help support our client base throughout the UK. What’s in it for you? In addition to the client projects and training, our employees are also rewarded with various other benefits offered as part of your employment Our dedicated internal Careers Service. Competitive salary 25 days standard holiday pro rata, with options to increase this through your benefits package A flexible benefits scheme that can be tailored to suit your (and your family’s) needs. Provision of a group pension plan with additional funding provided by PwC Closing date 31st August 2019 at 5pm

Travel Consultant

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  • Hammersmith and Fulham
  • London

Travel Lovers Wanted!  Are you crazy about Chile? Passionate about Peru? Mad about Macau? Awestruck about Australia? Most importantly, could you share your travel fanaticism with others? If yes, we're looking for you!  Flight Centre  in Fulham  is on the hunt for enthusiastic, travel-hungry Travel Consultants to help sell our incredible globetrotting experiences to customers of all ages and personalities. Our consultants  love travel  and are motivated about  succeeding in sales , so your most important duty as a Travel Consultant will be to convey that eagerness to your customers - and with gusto! To prepare you for this thrilling task, all our Travel Consultants  receive 3 weeks of training , learning about our diverse planet, tourism, aviation and all the exciting destinations we offer. From then on you’ll be in complete control of your career and that all-important salary. We know our Travel Consultants are the best in the industry, which is why we give them the opportunity to earn an uncapped salary. When you begin, you'll earn £20K-£28K, however some of our experienced Travel Consultants earn in excess of £50K a year! Flight Centre Travel Group prides itself on being one of the world’s largest and most successful independent travel retailers. We’re talking around 2,000 stores across a dozen countries including Australia, New Zealand, USA, Canada and more including the UK. We hire a lot of like-minded people to make our travel machine work, and we strongly believe that our workforce is what has made Flight Centre so successful. That’s why we pass on as many benefits as possible to our dedicated staff, and also why we’re  officially  one of the 12 Best Places to Work in the UK (according to the Great Place to Work® Institute 2019). Here are just a few of the perks successful Travel Consultants can take advantage of: Travel Consultant Apprenticeship Standard Level 3  training  and certification Uncapped earnings Dedicated in-house travel team for  incredibly   discounted trips Familiarisation trips Charity fundraising and fun social events  including summer ball, awards ceremonies Mental Health Awareness programmes Dedicated in-house health and fitness team with  free health  screenings ‘Active Hour’ – an hour a week to exercise Management and leadership training Free financial  consultations Free health cash plan - claim money for dentist, optician etc. Generous share scheme and excellent  pension scheme Season ticket loans and cycle-to-work  scheme Annual leave entitlement increase after 1 year Opportunity to take  4-week travel leave  every 2 years Opportunity to take  3-month sabbatical The Fine Print We only ask for a few things in exchange for these fantastic incentives and getting the chance to take on this challenging role. You should ideally have: An unbridled passion for travel Some sales experience Strong communication skills A warm, enthusiastic manner A willingness to work weekends Sound like you? Well what are you waiting for? Start your incredible travel journey with us today by clicking apply and filling in our application form. We are an equal opportunities employer and welcome applications from all suitably qualified persons regardless of their race, sex, disability, religion/belief, sexual orientation or age.

Deputy Ticketing & Sales Manager

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  • York
  • North Yorkshire

The Grand Opera House is a 1000 seat theatre in the heart of York.  Converted and opening as a theatre in 1902, we present a broad programme of live theatre, music, comedy and talks throughout the year from our beautiful venue near the river and many of York's tourist destinations. This is a great opportunity for an aspiring leader to become part of a team known for its personality, dedication and drive. We are recruiting for a Deputy Ticketing and Sales Manager to join the team as the venue works towards our 120th year. Supporting the venue's operational efficiency, the successful candidate will work with the Ticketing and Sales Manager to maximise sales of tickets, memberships, packages and other ancillary products and deliver excellent customer service.  You will assist in motivating, training and supporting the team to meet sales targets, have excellent technological skills, and lead by example, embracing change and enabling the team to do the same. The successful candidate will work with our central Revenue Management team to increase the potential of the inventory, and support our Marketing and Communications department with campaigns and other venue initiatives. The Deputy will be responsible for ensuring that specific ticketing processes are adhered to so that budgetary targets are met and will deputise for the Ticketing & Sales Manager when needed.  You will exemplify the best of the ‘Ambassador’ in the ATG brand by being smart and collaborative in your approach to your day-to-day work; communicating effectively with anybody and everybody will be the key to your success. Essential Skills Experience of working in a sales-driven environment and achieving sales targets Excellent communication and customer service skills Experience of managing a team Creative problem solver and confident decision maker Available to work weekends Experience of a fast-paced working environment Confidence with technology Desirable Skills Knowledge of a Ticketing System, preferably Audience View First Aid qualified

Senior Associates-Deals-BRS-Liability Restructuring-Insurance-London

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  • London
  • London

Senior Associates-Deals-BRS-Liability Restructuring-Insurance-London About the team The BRS Liability Restructuring team is a dynamic, innovative and growing business, which provides market-leading advice and implementation to a broad spectrum of high profile, iconic clients. The team is within Business Recovery Services and provides financial analysis, structuring, negotiation and transactional advice to stakeholders of defined benefit (“DB”) pension schemes and separately deal-makers in the legacy insurance market. Our team is a market-leading practice which is at the forefront of the restructuring, insolvency and insurance market. Liability Restructuring comprises approximately 90 staff, and features people from a wide range of technical and industry backgrounds. Team members will be exposed to both the Pensions and Insurance areas of the business. Candidates are actively encouraged to cultivate their network across a number of teams and with external clients to build long term relationships. We continue to invest in our team, prioritising a sense of purpose at work and valuing diversity of background, thought and skill sets. Having a diverse and supportive team helps us deliver great outcomes for our people and clients. We encourage flexibility and innovative ways of working and have a range of working patterns across the team at all grades. We look out for each other, and team members are encouraged to share ideas and perspectives as to how we can work together as effectively as possible, acknowledging different people’s values. About the roleA typical Pensions project involves developing an analysis of a company’s underlying performance and cash flows to understand how well it can support and pay cash into its pension scheme (the “employer covenant”). You will be supported in getting to the heart of the employer's key business drivers, the company's financial performance and the position of the pension creditor in insolvency analysis, to advise clients on appropriate action they may take in relation to the scheme. We also regularly advise corporates and trustees on negotiation strategy regarding how much cash should be paid into the schemes by when, and through major transactions or periods of change for businesses with DB pension schemes. Standalone Insurance projects often involve the team providing restructuring advice to the Boards of large financial services clients. This includes transactions involving run-off insurance portfolios and structural reorganisations using recognised market tools. We also actively manage some of the UK’s largest insurance insolvencies, working with complex claims and widely varied stakeholders, and have broadened the focus of this skill-set into other financial services executory work. A typical assignment for a Liability Restructuring Senior Associate may include some or all of the following: Meeting with senior company management to discuss and understand their business; Interaction with xLos colleagues (we often bring other subject matter experts into assignments) Undertaking financial analysis on a range of different industries: e.g. forecasting; long-term viability and options reviews; and understanding the impact of a transaction and/or restructuring on the business and its creditors Company, sector and market research and analysis using a wide variety of information sources; Considering findings from the perspective of multiple stakeholders and debating conclusions directly with the project team Preparation of presentations and/or reports to key stakeholders (e.g. schemes/banks/PE houses/management/creditors) Active contribution and leadership of marketing efforts (both internal and external) is expected and encouraged. This ranges from identifying and pursuing targets, literacy with Salesforce, preparing marketing material through to organising and attending marketing events. The work is largely office-based although team members can expect to travel to external client sites and will regularly meet with senior client representatives. Essential skills and experience Strong commercial awareness Sound financial analytical skills Strong interpersonal skills and comfortable communicating with all levels Ability to develop and motivate others Flexibility in terms of diverse industries and role Willingness to participate in marketing and business development, demonstrating a proactive approach to the marketplace Proven project and time management skills Ability to work to tight deadlines in an exciting working environment Excellent verbal and written English Who we’re looking forThe ideal candidate would have an enquiring mind, initiative, strong written and verbal communication skills, the ability to consider an issue from different stakeholder perspectives, and to grasp new concepts quickly. Role ID: 39239BR Location: London Salary: Competitive Role Closing Date: 13th September 2019 Deals Our Deals business is an exciting, fast-paced and an ever-growing business that focuses on deals and crisis situations for our clients. Collectively, we deal with the types of situations you hear about regularly in the news and we provide support, insight and analysis to the management, shareholders and financiers of business. Not the role for you? Did you know PwC offer flexible contract arrangements as well as contingent work ( ie temporary or day rate contracting)? The skills we look for in future employees All our people need to demonstrate the skills and behaviours that support us in delivering our business strategy. This is important to the work we do for our business, and our clients. These skills and behaviours make up our global leadership framework, ‘The PwC Professional’ and are made up of five core attributes; whole leadership, technical capabilities, business acumen, global acumen and relationships. Learn more here www.pwc.com/uk/careers/experienced/apply Diversity We work in a changing world which offers great opportunities for people with diverse backgrounds and experiences. We seek to attract and employ the best people from the widest talent pool, as well as those who reflect the diverse nature of our society. And we aim to encourage a culture where people can be themselves and be valued for their strengths. Creating value through diversity is what makes us strong as a business and as an organisation with an increasingly agile workforce, we're open to flexible working arrangements where appropriate. Learn more here www.pwc.com/uk/diversity

Commercial Air Manager

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  • Kingston upon Thames
  • London

Flight Centre Travel Group  has grown to become one of  the world’s largest travel agency groups transacting over $23bn AUD in global sales. Our European business has expanded rapidly over recent years and now has operations now across 11 European countries. At the very core of the business is our Commercial Air Product Team , the beating heart of the organisation and a core part of our Product Nation business. Income generated from our air business is a major driver of the overall company profit.  In addition to this, the airline industry is changing at a rapid place with new technologies and major transformation and the air product is at the very core of this changing environment. There has never been a more exciting time to work in air. We are well known in the industry as being fierce negotiators and head of the game. With that in mind, we’ve created two fantastic opportunities for two Commercial Air Managers  to join us. The successful candidates will play a fundamental role in contributing towards the success of the company. This critical role within the organisation is responsible for ensuring that Flight Centre Travel Group  maximises its air income potential  through negotiation, prioritisation and directional selling of airlines. Working within the Commercial Air Product team you will have responsibility for a  portfolio of airline commercial agreements  the Group has in place. You will be accountable for  contracting with airlines  as well as  consultant  and  customer engagement  to ensure our revenue is directed towards our preferred airlines. You will also need to understand the total margin the business makes on every airline as well ensure that all our content is distributed through both our online and offline systems. We're looking for someone who is very commercial, understands airfares, is great building long term relationships and can prove their passionate about all things land. Additionally we're looking for the ability to: Work under limited supervision Secure commercial deals that maximise the possible returns for Flight Centre Travel Group Show a high attention to detail Show experience of negotiation Represent the overall needs of FCTG to maximise Air distribution while still maintaining a co-operative commercial partnership Build relationships and go out of your way to exceed expectations Communicate with team members and work together in close proximity Juggle several responsibilities competently. Work to stringent time management levels Have a high understanding of business acumen in order to understand the complex air deals and be aware of the impact of accruals and debtors. Salary and Benefits Flight Centre regards its people as its greatest asset and has consistently been recognised as an employer of choice internationally. We have just been listed in the  top 12 at the Great Place to Work® Awards 2019 . It is the dedication to our team that keeps the company on top of the industry ladder. For the Commercial Air Manager role we offer a  fantastic salary of £50K OTE  and some  fantastic benefits , including: Dedicated in-house travel team for  incredibly   discounted trips Charity fundraising and fun  social events  including summer ball, awards ceremonies Mental Health Awareness  programmes Dedicated in-house health and fitness team with  free health  screenings ‘Active Hour’  – an hour a week to exercise Free financial  consultations Free health cash plan  - claim money for dentist, optician etc. Generous  share scheme  and excellent  pension scheme Season ticket  loans and  cycle-to-work  scheme Annual leave  entitlement increase after 1 year Opportunity to take  3-month sabbatical 'Flexible working' requests will be considered where possible, including home working, compressed hours and flexible start and finish times. Here at Flight Centre, we have a strong focus on building your career, and we believe in promoting from within. Our training is second-to-none and, as such, we offer a variety of opportunities to progress and management training courses. We are an equal opportunities employer and welcome applications from all suitably qualified persons regardless of their race, sex, disability, religion/belief, sexual orientation or age.

Support Worker

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  • Yeovil
  • Somerset

Here at Discovery we are looking for dedicated individuals to join our Support Worker team at Fosse Park in Yeovil . You don’t need to have experience as a Support Worker as we can give you the training and knowledge you’ll need but you will need to have a great attitude and be passionate about improving the lives of the people in our care. Discovery is a not-for-profit organisation that supports around 900 individuals with learning disabilities and complex needs with the aim to make a real difference. We are driven by our values. People with learning disabilities and their families are at the heart of everything we do and we want every person we support to have a great life, with excellent outcomes. About the role: Fosse Park is a new build block of flats that provides accommodation for 5 adults with autism, and provides full support for the residents in their day to day lives. The people we support love going out for drives and long walks all over Somerset and the coast, and as a Support Worker part of your role will be accompanying them on trips and to activities. You will also be helping with daily tasks such as supporting people with their personal care, eating and drinking needs, medication and communication. Being able to drive would be a big help in this role but is not essential, and we can even support you as you learn to drive. Benefits and rewards: In return for your hard work you will receive: £9.00 per hour, £9.90 for waking nights, £30.50 per sleep in. Full time, part time, and relief work available. 22 days’ annual leave entitlement (plus bank holidays) Supported ‘Learn to Drive’ scheme (up to 10 driving lessons paid for by us) Pension scheme Long Service Awards Life Assurance Great Induction and training opportunities including the Care Certificate, and Diploma in Health & Social Care. Apply now: Discovery is such a special family to be a part of and we enable our ambitious staff to make a difference and inspire each day. So if you would like to be a part of our team, please apply by clicking the button below, or you can contact Sean Grange on 0300 303 9202 for more information and an informal chat. This role requires an enhanced DBS Disclosure, which will be obtained for you by Discovery. Discovery is an equal opportunities employer that values diversity and is strongly committed to providing equal employment opportunities for all employees and applicants for employment. As Disability Confident Leaders we guarantee to interview all disabled applicants who meet the minimum criteria for this vacancy. Dimensions Group, which includes Discovery has been awarded this symbol by Jobcentre Plus to recognise our commitment towards the employment, retention, training and career development of disabled employees. As part of our commitment to making reasonable adjustments we can offer support to complete your application in one of our offices using assistive technology. Other organisations may call this role Community Support Worker, Residential Support Worker, Care Worker, Care Assistant, Social Care Worker, Social Care Assistant, Healthcare Assistant, Carer or Autism Practitioner

Deputy Head Porter

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  • Cambridge
  • Cambridgeshire

Selwyn College is recruiting for a Deputy Head Porter to provide support to the Head Porter and line manage a team of porters to fulfil the College’s objectives of the Porters’ Lodge. Porters are responsible for the smooth and efficient running of the Porters’ Lodge, including the safety and security of the College premises. The Deputy Head Porter will lead and motivate the porters, assist the Head Porter in all fire, security and safety matters and deputise for the Head Porter during any leave of absence. Selwyn College is home to students of all backgrounds from the UK and across the world.  We are proud of our diversity.  We therefore welcome staff whatever their race, gender, sexuality, disability or religious belief, and we are keen to receive applications from people who may be under-represented in our community. For full details about the role, please visit Selwyn College website via the button below.

Audit - Senior Assocaite - Asset Wealth Management

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  • London
  • London

A career in our Financial Services Audit practice, within External Audit services, will provide you with the opportunity to provide a range of Assurance services and business advice to a variety of clients from small, fast growing clients to large entities. Our clients are often well known brands and many have broad international reach. We focus on using the latest technology to reduce the level of manual testing ensuring you’ll focus on the most valuable areas of client service and on enhancing corporate governance and the reliability of our clients’ information. Our team helps financial organisations navigate regulatory complexity while strengthening trust and transparency in their business. Our clients cover industries within banking and capital markets, private equity, insurance, and consumer finance. While many of the rules of business have changed, the fundamentals haven’t. You’ll work alongside senior members of the client’s management team in planning the audit process from beginning to end, ensuring completeness, accuracy, and fair presentation of our client’s information. The passion of our people, combined with access to the latest technology, helps us deliver the highest quality audits and build trust in society. We pride ourselves on our global reputation as a trusted place to do business, whilst giving our people access to the best opportunities and lots of variety through your home team, internal secondments and international assignments. A career in our Financial Services Audit practice, within External Audit services, will provide you with the opportunity to provide a range of services and business advice to a variety of clients from small, fast growing clients to large entities. Our clients are often well known brands and many have broad international reach. We focus on using the latest technology to reduce the level of manual testing ensuring you’ll focus on the most valuable areas of client service and on enhancing corporate governance and the reliability of our clients’ information. Our team helps financial organisations navigate regulatory complexity while strengthening trust and transparency in their business. Our clients cover industries within banking and capital markets, private equity, insurance, and consumer finance. While many of the rules of business have changed, the fundamentals haven’t. You’ll work alongside senior members of the client’s management team in planning the audit process from beginning to end, ensuring completeness, accuracy, and fair presentation of our client’s information. The passion of our people, combined with access to the latest technology, helps us deliver the highest quality audits and build trust in society. We pride ourselves on our global reputation as a trusted place to do business, whilst giving our people access to the best opportunities and lots of variety through your home team, internal secondments and international assignments. Our team helps financial organisations navigate regulatory complexity while strengthening trust and transparency in their business. Our clients cover industries within banking and capital markets, private equity, insurance, and consumer finance. While many of the rules of business have changed, the fundamentals haven’t. You’ll work alongside senior members of the client’s management team in planning the audit process from beginning to end, ensuring completeness, accuracy, and fair presentation of our client’s information. Responsibilities As a Senior Associate, you’ll work as part of a team of problem solvers with extensive consulting and industry experience, helping our clients solve their complex business issues from strategy to execution. Specific responsibilities include but are not limited to Proactively assist in the management of several clients, while reporting to Managers and above Train and lead staff Establish effective working relationships directly with clients Contribute to the development of your own and team’s technical acumen Keep up to date with local and national business and economic issues Be actively involved in business development activities to help identify and research opportunities on new/existing clients Continue to develop internal relationships and your PwC brand Essential skills ACA or equivalent Focussed and initiative driven (required to maximise growth potential) Experience of working with clients in the UK Financial Services industry and more specifically Asset & Wealth Management industries A passion for delivering an exceptional client service Proven ability in leading audit engagements, including planning, controlling and completing a diverse range of assignments Strong analytical and organisational abilities Experience in supervising and developing staff Proven track record of establishing and maintaining strong client relationships Experience of supervising and developing staff through coaching Strong project management Knowledge of International Accounting Standards and/or US GAAP Desirable skills Strong team-working skills Desire for continuous improvement Highly developed listening and questioning techniques

Support Worker

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  • Glastonbury
  • Somerset

We are looking for Support Workers in Glastonbury, We offer fantastic benefits, training and a great team environment. Here at Glastonbury day service we support people with learning disabilities to carryout person centred activities. We support people with complex needs that require day respite. This includes physical, mental and emotional support and is tailored to the person’s needs. Currently the service that we provide is being modernised and it is an exciting time for all Established in 2017, Discovery (part of the Dimensions Group) is a Somerset-based social enterprise dedicated to ensuring that people with learning disabilities and autism have greater choice and control in their lives and are given a louder voice in society. We have ambitious plans to deliver the most effective and personalised support possible, ensuring that the people we support are the heart of everything we do. For further information, please contact: Tia Keshwala - 03003039202 Your rewards In return for your hard work and dedication, we offer ongoing development opportunities and the support of a great team, plus a range of great benefits including: £9 - £9.90 per hour (flexible hours). 30 days’ annual leave entitlement (including bank holidays). Supported ‘Learn to Drive’ scheme (up to 10 driving lessons paid for by us). Support to obtain the Induction & Care Certificate, progressing to Diploma in Health & Social Care. Pension scheme. Long Service Awards. Life Assurance Apply now An enhanced DBS disclosure will be required for this role, the cost of which will be incurred by Discovery. We welcome applications from everyone and value diversity in our workforce As disability confident leaders, we guarantee to interview all disabled applicants who meet the minimum criteria for the vacancy. As part of our commitment to making reasonable adjustments we can offer support to complete your application in one of our offices using assistive technology.

Support Worker

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  • Glastonbury
  • Somerset

We are looking for Support Workers at Churchmoor Farm in Baltonsborough. The ability to drive is an advantage due to the rural location. The home has a strong community presence so staff will be enabling people to access swimming, local community groups, shopping and visits to places of interest such as going to the beach. An additional £1,200 per annum travel allowance will be awarded to work specifically in this service. We are looking for people to cover various shifts from full time, part time, day and night shifts and relief to suit you, we’d also be interested in hearing from students looking for work experience. We offer fantastic benefits, training and a great team environment. You don’t need any previous experience, but you do need a caring and positive attitude and the desire to support our people in living their lives to the full. Established in 2017, Discovery (part of the Dimensions Group) is a Somerset-based social enterprise dedicated to ensuring that people with learning disabilities and autism have greater choice and control in their lives and are given a louder voice in society. We have ambitious plans to deliver the most effective and personalised support possible, ensuring that the people we support are the heart of everything we do. For further information, please contact: Tia Keshwala - 03003039202 Your rewards In return for your hard work and dedication, we offer ongoing development opportunities and the support of a great team, plus a range of great benefits including: £9 - £9.90 per hour (flexible hours). 30 days’ annual leave entitlement (including bank holidays). Supported ‘Learn to Drive’ scheme (up to 10 driving lessons paid for by us). Support to obtain the Induction & Care Certificate, progressing to Diploma in Health & Social Care. Pension scheme. Long Service Awards. Life Assurance Apply now An enhanced DBS disclosure will be required for this role, the cost of which will be incurred by Discovery. We welcome applications from everyone and value diversity in our workforce As disability confident leaders, we guarantee to interview all disabled applicants who meet the minimum criteria for the vacancy. As part of our commitment to making reasonable adjustments we can offer support to complete your application in one of our offices using assistive technology.

External Audit Managers - AWM

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  • London
  • London

Who we are looking forThe Assurance business group at PwC are looking for exceptional performers at Manager level to join our Asset & Wealth Management team. You will have strong technical auditing knowledge, be a good all round team player and a proven track record in building and sustaining client relationships. You should be ACA qualified (or equivalent), have experience of executing assurance engagements from start to finish, and be used to working to tight deadlines and handling pressure. You’ll be responsible for the delivery of your audit engagements and ensuring the high quality of your team’s audit work and reporting. You will also lead and coach your team members, and manage relationships with senior level clients. More broadly, you will also contribute to the running of our business unit, including business and people development. ResponsibilitiesAsset & Wealth Management is a fast growing business with a unique assurance division offering a broad range of services, tailored to assist Asset management clients grow and overcome the complex challenges they face. Our client base varies - FTSE listed, Private companies, Private Equity and Venture Capitalist backed companies. You will gain experience across a wide variety of markets and industry sectors including, real estate, Hedge Funds, Private Equity and Asset and Wealth management. As part of the assurance team you will work primarily on audit engagements, however, there are increasing opportunities to get involved with other related activity to provide a greater breadth of experience. RequirementsThe following skills are required for this role: Essential skills: ACA or equivalent Focussed and initiative driven (required to maximise growth potential) Experience of working with clients in either the FS or more specifically Asset or Wealth management industries A passion for delivering an exceptional client service Proven ability in leading audit engagements, including planning, controlling and completing a diverse range of assignments Strong analytical and organisational abilities Experience in supervising and developing staff Proven track record of establishing and maintaining strong client relationships Experience of supervising and developing staff through coaching Strong project management Desirable skills: Knowledge of International Accounting Standards and/or US GAAP would be an advantage Strong team-working skills Desire for continuous improvement Highly developed listening and questioning techniques Job ID: 38913BR Location: London Salary: competitive Role Closing Date: 27th August 2019

Marketing coordinator

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Marketing coordinator Salary: Grade 4 £27,441 - £30,490 Location: London Hours: 35.00 Job Type: Full Time, Permanent (for this role appointments will be made at £27,441) We are looking to appoint to an experienced Marketing Coordinator as part of the Conferences and Events Department. The post holder will play an important role providing marketing expertise for the RCP’s conference programme (including conferences, lectures, workshops, online events, and other ad-hoc events) and under the supervision of the Conferences Manager, coordinate all RCP marketing activities. Responsibilities will include: Coordinate all marketing activity (including schedule, content delivery, digital marketing campaigns) for the RCP’s Conference and Events programme within budget and timelines, building awareness and ensure high delegate numbers Pro-actively research and explore new and innovative opportunities and tools for marketing the education programme, including the creation of content marketing Monitoring effectiveness and spend of marketing processes ensuring web presences maximises SEO Undertake market research to feed into marketing strategy and event planning. About You Demonstrable experience and a successful track record of marketing an events programme Knowledge of SEO, segmenting and targeting audiences and measuring marketing effectiveness Excellent copy-writing skills for on and off-line communications, including creating content for emails, web and publication advertising Ability to interact with staff at all levels Aware of data protection and its application in a marketing role About the RCP and Conferences & Events Department The Royal College of Physicians of London plays a pivotal role in setting the standards and through a variety of activities, influences the quality of medical practice in hospitals. It conducts examinations, carries out training, education and research activities and advises the Government and the profession on health and medical matters. The Conferences and Internal Events Department provide full conference services for the RCP, the team are accountable for the organisation and delivery of the academic and medical conferences and related activities of the RCP. Benefits include 27 days of annual leave (pro rata), 7% employer pension contribution, season ticket loan (access to this loan is after probation) and much more. For more information about the role and our benefits, please view the job description and person specification. Closing date: 23 August 2019 Interview date: TBC

Head of Health Economic Modelling

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  • London
  • London

About PHMR Established in 2007, we are a rapidly growing and energetic consultancy – a diverse group of professional scientists, health economists and industry specialists with a proven track record in providing global market access solutions to some of the biggest healthcare industries so that patients get access to medicines. Patients get access to medicines as a result of our work. Our science is internationally renowned, and we are proud of our work. We apply robust scientific approaches and methodologies. Quality science comes first. We combine the expertise of our team together with a worldwide professional network. We continuously learn and improve. 90% of our projects are repeat or referral from our existing customers. The majority of our team are educated to PhD level. We embrace diversity in all its forms. We also love being part of an engaging, supportive team that combines having fun with striving for high quality science. Our leadership team is always approachable, and we find it easy to work with each other. The variety of our work is both challenging and exciting, and helps us to achieve our research and career ambitions. PHMR provides flexibility and individual support in order to help make our lives more balanced and enjoyable. We love being part of PHMR. Duties and responsibilities of the role The Head of Economic Modelling will be a key member of our senior management team and will lead our growing team of talented economic modellers. The successful candidate will have proven project and people leadership skills and extensive experience in developing health economic models for health technology assessment (HTA). Additional responsibilities include: Technical leadership for economic modelling; Responsible for signing off economic project deliverables; Leadership and line management of economic modelling team; Internal and external day-to-day management of projects; Study design development and implementation across a variety of therapeutic areas; Drafting reports and contributing to HTA submissions; Preparation of draft analysis plans, model specification reports and presentations; Drafting abstracts and manuscripts as lead or co-author; Development of proposals; Quality assurance of economic models and technical reports; Managing project budgets. Requirements / performance dimensions: Functional technical expertise Higher degree (PhD or MSc) in health economics, economic modelling or related discipline Excellent or substantial knowledge of decision analytic modelling, including a range of modelling approaches Substantial experience of developing health economic models for HTA purposes: conceptualisation, design and implementation Nationally or internationally recognised as an expert in health economic modelling: a role model for the PHMR modelling team (for the Director level only) Strong or excellent knowledge of a range of health economics methodologies (e.g. utility measurement, clinical trial design, resource use measurement) Strong or excellent knowledge of HTA methodologies and processes Strong or excellent understanding of the global payer environment, including coverage and reimbursement and pricing Demonstrated or proven project and people leadership skills Significant experience of successful proposal development and proven track record in business development Ability to clearly communicate complex technical issues to a wide range of audiences Proactive in identifying and assessing developments in modelling methodology, and implementing change as required Excellent quantitative skills, including econometrics Good knowledge of statistical software packages (e.g. STATA, R) Fluency in English Excellent MS Word, Outlook, PowerPoint and Excel skills Alignment to PHMR values Integrity: we do the right thing Quality focus: we continually pursue excellence Ambitious: we are tenacious and sustainable Collegiate: we support and learn from each other Fun: we enjoy our work Strategic input Client focus Communication skills Non-project contribution Great to work with Autonomy Line management PHMR can offer: Permanent employment in a high employee-engagement culture; Further professional development opportunities; Opportunities to publish research; Competitive salary; Collegiate office environment in an idyllic London location. Candidates wishing to discuss the position, please call 0044 (0) 203 342 7450 to request an informal chat with Dr Louise Longworth, our Chief Scientific Officer. No agencies please. Candidates wishing to apply for the position should submit their CV and covering letter to Miss Gintare Cepinskaite at [email protected] All candidates are eligible to apply for our roles and will be considered on suitability and merit throughout the recruitment process. However, at the time of starting their employment the successful candidate must have permission to work in the UK.

Associate - Global Fiscal Policy - London

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  • London
  • London

Job Description / About PwC’s Global Fiscal Policy Advisory PwC’s Global Fiscal Policy Advisory supports governments and intergovernmental organisations across the spectrum of fiscal policy; providing policy advice, technical assistance and capacity building in the areas of public financial management, tax reform, and governance and transparency. We work with international organisations, intergovernmental bodies, aid agencies, and directly for ministries of finance and other government departments around the world, advising senior ministers and decision makers on complex issues of significance for society. Our team includes public financial management specialists, tax policy experts, economists, accountants, policy advisors, and project managers, many of whom have significant experience working in the public sector and in international contexts. As a member of the team you would be offered the opportunity to work on interesting, challenging and satisfying assignments as part of a fantastic team of people. About the role Due to the varied nature of the team’s work, the role requires flexibility to work across a range of tasks. It will primarily involve the development of fiscal policy advice, which will include Undertaking research, e.g. economic, policy or statistical research Preparing advice / drafting reports Preparing formal and informal proposals Assessment of reform options Supporting others in the preparation and monitoring of project budgets Coordinating with other teams and/or firms Working with clients, which may include travel Supporting the team with other activities, e.g. conferences and thought leadership All our projects are undertaken in close collaboration with others, so candidates should be those who excel at working as part of a team. The role is based with the team in the London Embankment Place office, although may require short periods of international travel. Requirements We are seeking an Associate with a genuine interest in fiscal policy and experience working in related fields and/or with relevant public sector entities. Essential skills Experience working in a fiscal policy related field and/or with relevant governments or international organisations Enthusiasm for creative solutions to address policy issues Strong time management and interpersonal skills Strong research skills Ability to juggle multiple commitments without compromising the quality of deliverables Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written Exceptional attention to detail Desirable skills Masters or PhD in a field relevant to the team's areas of expertise (public policy, economics, public finance, public accounting, or similar) Language skills, particularly fluency in French or Arabic Experience working in a Ministry of Finance / Treasury or tax authority Experience with economic modelling Tax We help organisations and the people who run them answer the big business questions. How should we raise finance? Where should we be based? How should we reward our people? With some 3,300 experts whose expertise covers every conceivable area of taxation, we’re one of the UK’s leading tax practices. Not the role for you? Did you know PwC offer flexible contract arrangements as well as contingent work ( ie temporary or day rate contracting)? The skills we look for in future employees All our people need to demonstrate the skills and behaviours that support us in delivering our business strategy. This is important to the work we do for our business, and our clients. These skills and behaviours make up our global leadership framework, ‘The PwC Professional’ and are made up of five core attributes; whole leadership, technical capabilities, business acumen, global acumen and relationships. Learn more here www.pwc.com/uk/careers/experienced/apply Diversity We work in a changing world which offers great opportunities for people with diverse backgrounds and experiences. We seek to attract and employ the best people from the widest talent pool, as well as those who reflect the diverse nature of our society. And we aim to encourage a culture where people can be themselves and be valued for their strengths. Creating value through diversity is what makes us strong as a business and as an organisation with an increasingly agile workforce, we're open to flexible working arrangements where appropriate. Learn more here www.pwc.com/uk/diversity

Corporate Tax Compliance, Manager: Cardiff

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  • Cardiff
  • Cardiff

Who we are looking forCompliance Services currently employs approximately 350 people across the UK in a number of different areas, Corporate Tax, Global Mobility, Private Client and Accounting Services. CS provides a range of compliance services including preparing accounts and tax returns, to enable clients to meet their statutory obligations. You will join a team of experts who specialise in Corporate Tax Compliance. The team provides clients with advice on various compliance issues including paying and minimising their tax liabilities. Our clients range from multinationals to smaller mid tier clients across a wide range of industry sectors, providing you with opportunities to broaden your technical knowledge About the roleYour role will work alongside other compliance and relationship managers, you will manage a range of activities that together will result in high quality service for the clients in your portfolio including: Up-front scoping and engagement planning with clients Liaise with the Data Management team on the approach to data collection for your clients. Review and submission of tax accounting schedules Review and ultimate submission of corporation tax returns Opportunity spotting for related PwC services and helping clients to manage their tax risk. You will be expected to have a high level of client contact in this role and will, of course, be expected to organise, monitor and manage your own workload. Budget management/monitoring and assist in the development of other staff as required. Assist in the development of other staff, which includes delegation and coaching. In the role you will become involved in the running of the business in order to contribute to the growth and profitability of the business team. This will include continual development and involvement in the risk procedures for the business. RequirementsThe successful candidate will possess initiative and enthusiasm and will show the ability to work in and contribute to the team and will possess the personal skills needed to form successful relationships. The successful candidate will have the majority of the following skills and experience: Be ACA or CTA qualified (ideally through first time passes). Strong UK corporate tax skills. UK GAAP and IFRS tax accounting experience Has a highly developed client service ethos and can adopt a flexible approach to meeting client needs. Be able to establish, build and maintain a good working relationship with key decision makers, including partners and senior client personnel. Have the ability to help manage and build new business through referrals, networking and spotting client opportunities. Be an effective delegator, strong at coaching junior staff. This is a challenging and exciting opportunity to join a growing business that offers exposure to an unrivalled range of clients and specialist tax areas. We offer a competitive salary and a wide range of flexible benefits. Tax We help organisations and the people who run them answer the big business questions. How should we raise finance? Where should we be based? How should we reward our people? With some 3,300 experts whose expertise covers every conceivable area of taxation, we’re one of the UK’s leading tax practices. Not the role for you? Did you know PwC offer flexible contract arrangements as well as contingent work ( ie temporary or day rate contracting)? The skills we look for in future employees All our people need to demonstrate the skills and behaviours that support us in delivering our business strategy. This is important to the work we do for our business, and our clients. These skills and behaviours make up our global leadership framework, ‘The PwC Professional’ and are made up of five core attributes; whole leadership, technical capabilities, business acumen, global acumen and relationships. Learn more here www.pwc.com/uk/careers/experienced/apply Diversity We work in a changing world which offers great opportunities for people with diverse backgrounds and experiences. We seek to attract and employ the best people from the widest talent pool, as well as those who reflect the diverse nature of our society. And we aim to encourage a culture where people can be themselves and be valued for their strengths. Creating value through diversity is what makes us strong as a business and as an organisation with an increasingly agile workforce, we're open to flexible working arrangements where appropriate. Learn more here www.pwc.com/uk/diversity

Football Development Co-Ordinator

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Personal Best Education are currently looking to recruit a highly motivated Football Development Co-ordinator with the passion and vision to grow our current football development provision out to the wider community. Personal Best Education (Mountbatten School Services Ltd) is an inspirational and dynamic company, where no two days are the same. The organization’s aim is to provide activities, programmes and services that enable others to achieve their personal best. Your role will be to: To develop, implement and evaluate the Football Development Programme associated with the establishment of a 3rd Generation Artificial Grass Pitch at The Mountbatten School.  The Football Development Co-ordinator will act in partnership with partner clubs, community and voluntary groups to deliver key elements of the school’s community sports targets SPECIFIC DUTIES Strategic Planning: To devise, develop and implement the Football Development Plan within the catchment area and local community Ensure that the school facilities are used in a way that provides opportunities for school and community access To work with the Coaching Manager in relation to managing the income and expenditure plan for the facility and providing quarterly reports on the budget to the Football Development Group Produce annual work programme key objectives, and performance indicators, to the Coaching Manager To assist the Coaching Manager in reporting progress to the Football Foundation against targets agreed within the Football Development Plan To liaise/work with the County FA football development staff to ensure the smooth integration/implementation of multiple-plan requirements, i.e. training and education courses, social inclusion programmes, disability programmes and girls’ football Project Management: Lead the Football Users Group and engage partner clubs to deliver the Football Development Plan To engage and consult with local communities and partners in order to improve the delivery of opportunities and services at a local level and increase participation amongst target groups. This includes negotiating priority bookings with key stakeholders and marketing all other time slots to clubs and organisations in the community Produce and manage a balanced programme of use including club bookings, coached sessions, coach education and holiday schemes.  These will be organised to offer inclusive activity aimed at the full range of abilities and target groups within the community Facilitate the running of sessions including direct coaching where identified To work with the School, Hampshire County FA and County Sports Partnership on the delivery of education programmes to support new project development To develop a programme of education courses to support the football development plan Have an understanding of equality and social inclusion and, where appropriate, support delivery of specific projects To develop effective working relationships with key agencies such as: Test Valley Borough Council County Football Association Key Partner Clubs Football in the Community Schemes Sport England English Federation of Disability Sport Sports Hants and Isle of Wight Outside agencies Ensure that The Mountbatten School and Community Health and Safety, Child Protection and Equality policies are implemented Work with the Lettings Manager to ensure that appropriate systems for bookings, finance, customer care and safety are implemented and monitored Resource Procurement: To ensure that appropriate resources are procured to deliver the programmes Support clubs and community groups to bid for revenue funding to the Football Foundation and other agencies Marketing and Promotion: Raise the profile and promote access to the football facilities and other sporting facilities within The Mountbatten School Create a programme of use for the football facilities which helps maximise use of facilities Monitoring and Evaluation: Develop measures for annually evaluating the Football Development Plan in line with the conditions of the Football Foundation Take responsibility for ensuring the Sports complex and other related provision meets agreed targets Monitor and evaluate the FA Football Development Programme to ensure that there is effective delivery and equity throughout the programme General: Liaise with the Business Manager and Director of Finance to ensure that all legal requirements (including insurance, planning requirements, public safety etc.) are being met Support systems designed to secure and safeguard the facilities during all hours of opening and closure To undertake any other duties which might reasonably be deemed within the status of the job and appropriate to the post To attend training/seminar courses as deemed appropriate To be successful in this role you will have: Discretion in dealing with confidential data Good analytical and numerical skills and an attention to detail Excellent interpersonal skills Excellent communicator (verbal & written) Computer literate (Microsoft office, data management systems) Ability to manage own time and prioritise workload Ability to multitask Excellent teamwork and collaboration skills Excellent customer service skills This is a 52 week post for 37 hours per week. Application Process:- To apply, please visit our website via the button below. Closing deadline is Midday on the 6th September 2019. Interviews will be scheduled for Wednesday 18th September 2019 and you will need to commit to being available from 09.00 – 14.00. The interview process will comprise: A 20 minute coaching session for pupils aged between 7-11, a tour of the facilities and a panel interview.  Please bring training kit with you and be prepared to be with us from 09.00 am until approximately 14.00. We will be providing a light lunch. SAFEGUARDING STATEMENT “Personal Best Education (Mountbatten School Services Ltd) and Hampshire County Council are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. We will ensure that all our recruitment and selection practices reflect this commitment. All successful candidates will be subject to a Disclosure and Barring Check as well as other relevant pre-employment checks. All employees receive relevant training to ensure they are compliant with our safeguarding policy and procedures, and are fully competent in implementing this knowledge in practice. Employees knowledge of safeguarding is assessed regularly to ensure safeguarding standards are maintained throughout our work with young people. PRIVACY NOTICE Personal Best Education collects information about you in order to provide you with recruitment and employment services.  We will use the information for the recruitment and selection process and, if successful, to activate employment with our organisation. The legal basis for processing your personal data is that it is necessary for the performance of the employment contract or in order to take steps before entering into a contract and is necessary for us to comply with a legal obligation. The legal basis for processing special category data is that processing is necessary for the purposes of carrying out the rights and obligations in the field of employment, that it is necessary for the reasons of substantial public interest and that it is necessary for the purposes of the assessment of the working capacity of the employee. You have some legal rights in respect of the personal information we collect from you.  Please see our website for further details on our privacy notice and data protection policy. You can contact the Data Protection Officer if you have a concern about the way we collect or use your data.

Lecturer in Fashion Marketing, Buying and Management

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The London School of Film, Media and Design, an exciting and innovative School of creative arts within the University of West London, provides a high quality career-focused student experience connected to the world of work and underpinned by a guaranteed work placement. The London School of Film, Media and Design’s vision is to be nationally and internationally recognised as a vibrant hub of creative learning, which will produce graduates who are fully equipped to meet the demands of the modern workplace - distinguished not only by their intellectual capabilities, but also by their enterprising qualities, employability and skills, and their aptitude and ambition to contribute to the creative lives of their communities. We wish to appoint a talented and inspirational Lecturer in Fashion to contribute to the leadership and development on our Fashion Branding and Marketing, Fashion Buying and Management and Fashion Promotion and Imaging courses as well as our planned new developments in this area. You should be supportive of the vision for the London School of Film, Media and Design, and to deliver research, innovation and enterprise. We would like to speak to candidates who are creative, entrepreneurial, committed and ambitious with the academic and professional credibility to develop our reputation with the creative industries and beyond, both nationally and internationally. Candidates will be aware of developments in the fashion industry and relevant innovative business applications. Candidates must have a postgraduate degree in a relevant discipline. You should ideally be undertaking a PhD, and/or have a research, innovation and/or enterprise record, and have professional experience in your field. You will have experience of teaching and learning in higher education. Applicants must also hold a recognised teaching qualification for Higher Education. For successful applicants without relevant teaching qualifications then they will join the UWL Academic Professional degree apprenticeship scheme supporting the UK government’s commitment to up skill the UK workforce. Previous applicants need not apply. Interviews are scheduled to take place during week commencing 30 September 2019.

Curator

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  • Birmingham
  • West Midlands

Midlands Arts Centre (MAC) is an exciting, ambitious arts centre which offers a wide range of free exhibitions, theatre, music, cinema and live performances as well as creative learning and participation activities. Well-loved and well used, it’s a friendly place attracting a diverse mix of visitors. Our work also extends across the city to community settings inspiring new audiences to experience high-quality art experiences. We are recruiting for a Curator (either as one full-time post or on a 50/50 job share basis) to develop, curate and manage MAC ’s busy exhibition programme and partnership projects. The ideal candidate will have direct hands-on programming and project delivery responsibilities, and experience of commissioning new work with an interest in collaborating with international artists, knowledge of presenting touring exhibitions and catalogue production. This post would favour a candidate who is interested in a cross-art form context, working alongside a wider arts team to devise seasons of work. MAC creates accessible programmes and prides itself on its strong links to community activism. Our audiences are interested in issue-based work, though not exclusively. We show a breadth of work with a focus on renowned British and international artists, these have included recent commissions and exhibitions by artists such as Peter Kennard, Barbara Walker, Jenny Holzer, Ben Venom, Andrew Jackson, Vanley Burke and Sahej Rahal. MAC partners with a wide range of national organisations, and recent touring partners have included Autograph, Artist Rooms and Hayward Touring. Job Description Principal Purpose of Post To work closely with the Artistic Director/CEO, this role will research, plan and manage the relationships involved in the creation and programming of new and existing work and exhibitions in the visual arts including craft and digital; ensuring effective communication, financial and resource management is in place. To support the development and delivery of a dynamic participation programme in the visual and applied arts. To contribute to the development of MAC ’s audiences and the resources available to realise our creative ambitions. Responsible for Freelance artists, associates and freelance curators, contract administration and technician support, volunteers and work placements/interns. Key Responsibilities Arts Programme Research, develop and curate content for MAC ’s exhibition programme, approaching and liaising with artists, curators, partners, and other stakeholders. Lead on the curation and project management of exhibitions, commissions to include participatory, live and public art. Develop exhibition texts for gallery interpretation and marketing/press materials, and to oversee the edit, design and production of gallery interpretation. Work across the Arts Team to develop ideas for talks, symposiums and special events orientated around current debates in contemporary visual arts, and to collaborate with the Performances Programmer on live art commissions and performances, when appropriate. Be willing to participate as a facilitator/speaker or similar in the public programme, and to lead gallery tours or facilitate group sessions. Oversee exhibition administration working closely with the Senior Administration Manager to issue contracts, inventories and condition documents. Devise, monitor and maintain budgets, obtain estimates and process invoices. Work with the Technical Manager to develop exhibition layout plans and installation schedules and to prepare exhibits for transport. Maintain an awareness of contemporary visual arts practice and socially engaged practice. Administration, Finance & Development The Curator will benefit from the support of the Arts team and Administrative Team, due to the nature of the post and demands within a busy programme, we expect this post-holder to be largely self-administrative. Work closely with the Artistic Director and Head of Finance to set annual core and project budgets. Directly manage and monitor the annual visual arts and project budgets as required, monitoring any relevant partnership led project budgets. Secure appropriate terms for the hire of toured-in exhibitions, ensuring that artists are paid appropriate fees and respecting national or local agreements in place. Contribute to documentation and archive, evaluation and monitoring systems at MAC . Communication Contribute proactively to marketing activity and campaign planning, attending marketing meetings as required. Ensure the visual and applied arts programme contributes creatively to the PR and digital strategies and guidelines and within resources available. General Participate in training and development activities as required and to assist with the training and development of colleagues as appropriate. Support the recruitment, induction and development of any freelance staff required including intern positions. Support any other duties which may be required from this post. Equal Opportunities & Diversity All staff are expected to further, promote, and ensure the implementation of, the equal opportunities and diversity policies of MAC . Note This job description outlines the principal responsibilities and duties of the post holder. It is not meant to be, nor is it, an exhaustive list of specific responsibilities and duties. The post holder will be expected to undertake any other duties which could reasonably be expected as being within the remit of the post and which arise out of changes in legislation, regulations, orders, rules and working practices, methods and procedures and reviews, as directed from time to time. Hours of work will include weekend and evening work. Weekend and/or evening work may be required on occasions for which time off in lieu will be given. The role is based at MAC – regional, national travel will be required and some international travel is expected. This position is not subject to an Enhanced Disclosure with CRB (see Criminal Records Bureau Policy & Procedure). Person Specification A person specification describes the areas of knowledge, skills and experience a person should possess in order to take up the post. Essential Ideally have at-least three years’ experience of programming, curatorial and / or commissioning role with proven project management skills within a visual arts or crafts context, in a gallery capacity. Ability to plan, develop and manage high quality arts projects. A proven track record in working collaboratively with producers, freelance curators and artists and is familiar with working within site-specific contexts. Demonstrate a commitment to supporting contemporary arts practice with a solid working knowledge and current trends within the UK’s visual arts and crafts scene and beyond. Understand the potential digital technology holds within creative practice. Possess a working knowledge of technical and contractual frameworks relating to co-producing, commissioning and curating. Demonstrate an enthusiasm for working collaboratively with others across the organisation. Have delivered successful arts projects with non-arts partners. Ability to communicate to a wide range of stakeholders from diverse backgrounds and communities. Have a proven commitment to developing arts programmes which will reflect the variety and diversity of community interests in Birmingham. Have experience of developing and managing significant project and programme budgets. IT Literate with working experience of MS Office Suite. Have excellent written and oral communication and presentational skills. A self-starter, who can motivate others, is not afraid to ask questions and can hold a keen eye for detail in a climate of change. An adaptable team player, who is able to plan, negotiate and make decisions with high standards of personal organisation. Have a commitment to continuing professional development and improving their professional practice. Be committed to an equal opportunities policy for MAC . Desirable Experience of developing cross art-form projects. Knowledge of the international visual arts scene. Knowledge of current trends within learning and community development. Successful track record in arts related fundraising. For further information and how to apply, please download the recruitment pack and supplementary information from MAC website via the button below. Deadline All applications must be received no later than 12 noon on Monday 7th October 2019. Late applications will not be considered. Interviews Shortlisted candidates will be invited to interview on Thursday 17th October 2019.

Relief Project Worker

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  • Runcorn
  • Cheshire

Brennan & Halton Lodge provides housing-related support for adults (including young adults aged 16 and 17) who are homeless or at risk of homelessness. Across the 2 services we can accommodate up to 105 people; Creative Support offers targeted support for people with a range of support needs including mental health related issues, learning disabilities and/or autistic spectrum conditions, people with substance misuse issues and people with a history of offending. The service provides short-term, focused support which aims to support residents to find sustainable, long-term accommodation in the local community. The relief position gives you the opportunity to work alongside, and as an integral part of, our structured and hardworking team across Halton Homelessness services. This will enable you to develop a diverse range of experiences and knowledge, whilst maintaining flexible working patterns to suit your circumstances. You will work closely with our local managers to book shifts in advance, planned around your availability, as well as being offered shifts on an ad-hoc basis. Halton & Brennan Lodge are both 24 hour services, therefore we wish to recruit relief staff members who are also willing to work waking night shifts from 10pm – 8am, as well as daytime & evening shifts, weekends, and bank holidays. You will provide a highly responsive Supported Accommodation service at Brennan & Halton Lodge by assisting hard to house / homeless people with complex problems to overcome their issues and develop the life skills to enable them to move on and sustain independent living. You will provide a safe and secure environment to enable people with a chaotic lifestyle, educational or health issues to stabilise their lives. You will support tenants to achieve outcomes across key life areas including: Independent living skills Community links and social inclusion Meaningful occupation and pathways to employment Social skills and self-management Quality of life and aspirations Health and well being Financial management and economic well being Reduction in offending behaviours Management of alcohol and substance misuse issues Keeping safe

Director of Rowing

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  • Cheltenham
  • Gloucestershire

From January 2020, Cheltenham College is looking to appoint an experienced and ambitious Director of Rowing to lead the development of Rowing and to further establish Cheltenham College as a centre of excellence. This is a term-time only role (35 weeks per annum) Applicants must have outstanding management skills, working knowledge of boat maintenance and have a background in performance rowing; either as a coach or an athlete. The appointee will take the lead role in the management, maintenance and organisation of the Boat Club and will work closely with the club committee to develop Rowing within the College for all ability levels, engendering an inclusive ethos in Rowing, whilst recognising and catering for exceptional performance. Applicants should have outstanding management ability, with a clear understanding of the role of sport within education and have excellent teaching and coaching skills. The College has its own salary scale. Expected salary starting from £25,000 per annum (pro-rated to reflect 35-week, part-year working) To apply, please visit our website via the button below. How to apply Please apply via the button below. Closing date for applications is 10am on 28 August 2019 with interviews planned to take place shortly after.

Support Worker

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  • Yeovil
  • Somerset

Here at Discovery we are looking for dedicated individuals to join our Support Worker team at Russet House in Yeovil . You don’t need to have experience as a Support Worker as we can give you the training and knowledge you’ll need but you will need to have a great attitude and be passionate about improving the lives of the people in our care. Discovery is a not-for-profit organisation that supports around 900 individuals with learning disabilities and complex needs with the aim to make a real difference. We are driven by our values. People with learning disabilities and their families are at the heart of everything we do and we want every person we support to have a great life, with excellent outcomes. About the role: Russet House is a supported living home split into two houses and a flat where we support 11 adults with profound, multiple learning disabilities and autism. The people we support here have their own unique ways of communicating with staff, and are empowered to choose what they would like to do each day. The residents of Russet House have their own unique ways of communicating, via eye contact, sign language or their own sounds and communication aids, and they need support with mobility, so a part of your role will involve using hoist equipment and wheelchairs. As a Support Worker at Russet House you will support the people in our care in going about their daily lives, by getting them involved in a broad range of activities including swimming trips, horse riding, theatre and much more. We will work with you to match your skills to those we support. Most will need support with daily living tasks - cooking, cleaning, activities, personal care, medication and looking after their health. Benefits and rewards: In return for your hard work you will receive: £9.00 per hour, £9.90 for waking nights, £30.50 per sleep in. Full time, part time, and relief work available. 22 days’ annual leave entitlement (plus bank holidays) Supported ‘Learn to Drive’ scheme (up to 10 driving lessons paid for by us) Pension scheme Long Service Awards Life Assurance Great Induction and training opportunities including the Care Certificate, and Diploma in Health & Social Care. Apply now: Discovery is such a special family to be a part of and we enable our ambitious staff to make a difference and inspire each day. So if you would like to be a part of our team, please apply by clicking the button below, or you can contact Sean Grange, on 0300 303 9202 for more information and an informal chat. This role requires an enhanced DBS Disclosure, which will be obtained for you by Discovery. Discovery is an equal opportunities employer that values diversity and is strongly committed to providing equal employment opportunities for all employees and applicants for employment. As Disability Confident Leaders we guarantee to interview all disabled applicants who meet the minimum criteria for this vacancy. Dimensions Group, which includes Discovery has been awarded this symbol by Jobcentre Plus to recognise our commitment towards the employment, retention, training and career development of disabled employees. As part of our commitment to making reasonable adjustments we can offer support to complete your application in one of our offices using assistive technology. Other organisations may call this role Community Support Worker, Residential Support Worker, Care Worker, Care Assistant, Social Care Worker, Social Care Assistant, Healthcare Assistant, Carer or Autism Practitioner

Creative Web Developer

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  • Frome
  • Somerset

Engine are growing and hiring an experienced and creative developer, who is passionate about great design, to join our team based in Frome, Somerset. Open to relocators. Us Engine collaborate with leading brands and agencies to produce engaging, carefully crafted digital experiences and tools. From our Somerset studio we work for a range of leading creating agencies and international brands such as Made Thought, Studio.Build, Moleskine and Red Bull - with a particular focus on architecture, design and independent music. We tailor simple solutions for often complex problems. Most of our work is bespoke, and hand made. The quality of finish is essential, and we take pride in achieving great outcomes for our clients, with work coming to us via referral and reputation. You You are an experienced coder with an appreciation and understanding of good design, a natural problem-solving ability, high standards and a meticulous attention to detail. You will have a demonstrable working knowledge of HTML, CSS, JavaScript and PHP with practical experience of modern web servers, version control and deployment. You will have the ability to scope and prototype projects, identify user needs and design data structures, whilst experience with REST APIs, hybrid app development and Adobe suite would be desirable. Finally, you will be articulate with strong interpersonal skills and the ability to clearly convey ideas. Our predominantly creative client base means a passion for music, design and technology is a bonus. Benefits A very competitive salary and benefits package. To be involved in every step of a project, from brief to launch, using the best available hardware and software for the job. We are open to conversations around flexible working and will actively support you in training or personal projects. Our studio is set in a light, modern workspace in central Frome, a ten minute walk from the train station, commutable from nearby Bath, Wiltshire and Somerset and with on-site parking and cafe. If you are looking to relocate to the South West, for the benefits of a rural lifestyle, but want to continue to work with interesting global brands, this could be the role for you.

Support Worker

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  • Westonzoyland
  • Somerset

Vesuvio is a friendly service situated on the outskirts of Westonzoyland, it is home to 7 people. 1 person lives in a self-contained bungalow and 6 people live in the main house. The people who live here have profound learning and mobility needs. This means that they require a high level of support with hoisting/moving, personal care, eating/drinking and taking required medication. The people who live at Vesuvio do not communicate verbally, this means we use different types of communication methods with them. We regularly hold parties and fundraising events, which include family involvement and charities. We regularly attend Macmillan Theatre to watch shows, we go swimming, and we do normal everyday activities such as food shopping, going to the bank and just need some extra support to do this. Our staff team get a great deal of satisfaction as they build positive relationships with the people we support. Due to the rural location of this service, you would need to be a driver unless you reside very close by. We also offer an additional £1200 (per year) Travel Allowance for those working at Vesusvio. We cover a range of shifts & offer full time, part time and relief contracts to suit what you're looking for and would also consider students who are interested in doing work experience with us. We offer fantastic benefits, training and a great team environment. We don't require you to have lots of previous experience however we will need you to have a positive attitude and be passionate about improving the lives’ of the people we support. We support over 900 adults with learning disabilities across Somerset underpinned by our values - courage, independence, partnership, integrity and ambition. We are looking for people who share our values and can support someone to have the life they want to live. Rewards Competitive rates of pay - £9 per hour for days, £9.90 for waking nights & sleep in shifts are paid at £30.50 per shift – with top up payment if applicable. 30 days’ annual leave entitlement (including bank holidays) Supported ‘Learn to Drive’ scheme (up to 10 driving lessons paid for by us) Support to obtain the Induction & Care Certificate, progressing to Diploma in Health & Social Care. Pension scheme Long Service Awards Life Assurance Established in 2017, Discovery (part of the Dimensions Group) is a Somerset-based social enterprise dedicated to ensuring that people with learning disabilities and autism have greater choice and control in their lives and are given a louder voice in society. We have ambitious plans to deliver the most effective and personalised support possible, ensuring that the people we support are the heart of everything we do. For further information, please contact Holly Seymour (Recruitment Coordinator) on 0300 303 9202 Apply now An enhanced DBS disclosure will be required for this role, the cost of which will be incurred by Discovery. We welcome applications from everyone and value diversity in our workforce As Disability Confident Leaders, we guarantee to interview all disabled applicants who meet the minimum criteria for the vacancy – Dimensions Group, which include Discovery has been awarded this symbol by Jobcentre Plus to recognise our commitment towards the employment, retention, training and career development of disabled employees As part of our commitment to making reasonable adjustments we can offer support to complete your application in one of our offices using assistive technology. An earn up to salary of £22,312.01 includes one sleep in shift and one overtime shift over a 40 week period.

Arts Marketing Manager

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  • Hatfield
  • Hertfordshire

UHArts is the University of Hertfordshire’s dynamic arts and cultural programme. Sitting within the vibrant School of Creative Arts, UHArts has a University-wide remit to deliver an engaging programme of arts and cultural events and exhibitions, for staff and student communities as well as public audiences beyond the campuses. More information about UHArts can be found in the Appendix attached to this vacancy. Main duties and responsibilities We are looking for a passionate and agile marketeer with experience in the arts, culture or heritage sectors to join our small, committed creative team. The Arts Marketing Manager will lead on a bold marketing strategy through effective communications, ticket sales, campus and public engagement, and partner relations. You will be expected to build a strong and effective on-line presence and create resources to drive sales and wide engagement, with press and broadcast media alongside website and social media. You will work collaboratively with colleagues and the Head of UHArts to build and maintain key relationships to work with stakeholders and partners both within and outside the University. Skills and experience needed You will have a track record in devising successful communications strategies, excellent press/media relations and brand development/consistency. Your energy, innovation, creativity and strong interpersonal skills will establish strong stakeholder relations and new opportunities, to drive forward UHArts’ ambition to be a leading UK university arts centre. You’ll be a confident communicator, with good negotiation skills but an eye for detail and data management skills including IT knowledge. You’ll be able to work effectively and adaptably both within a team or under your own initiative, managing conflicting priorities and varying workloads. You may already have experience of the Spektrix Box Office system. Qualifications required You will hold an Honours Degree in a relevant subject (for example arts, business or marketing); you may also hold a postgraduate qualification in arts marketing, and / or a design qualification. Contact Details/Informal Enquiries Please contact Annabel Lucas (Head of UHArts). Apply online via the button below. Closing date: 22 September 2019. Interview date: 10 October 2019. The University offers a range of benefits including a pension scheme, professional development, family friendly policies, a fee waiver of 50% for all children of staff under the age of 21 at the start of the course, discounted memberships at the Hertfordshire Sports Village and generous annual leave. We are a committed equal opportunities employer and we particularly encourage applications from women and BAME candidates to reflect staff underrepresentation where it exists and our diverse student cohort.

Senior Assocaite - Risk Assurance - Internal Audit - AWM

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  • London
  • London

We’re a leading provider of trust in the digital world - in the eyes of our people, our clients and our stakeholders. Today's business environment is different. More complex. More connected. Companies not only face new and unknown risks, but also new and untapped opportunities. Our team is at the forefront of this change, join us to be a part of transforming how risk is perceived and capitalised on. A career within Internal Audit services, will provide you with an opportunity to gain an understanding of an organisation’s objectives, regulatory and risk management environment, and the diverse needs of their critical stakeholders. We focus on helping organisations look deeper and see further considering areas like culture and behaviours to help improve and embed controls. In short, we seek to address the right risks and ultimately add value to their organisation. Responsibilities As a Senior Associate, you’ll work as part of a team of problem solvers with extensive consulting and industry experience, helping our clients solve their complex business issues from strategy to execution. Specific responsibilities include but are not limited to Proactively assist in the management of several clients, while reporting to Managers and above Train and lead staff Establish effective working relationships directly with clients Contribute to the development of your own and team's technical acumen Keep up to date with local and national business and economic issues Be actively involved in business development activities to help identify and research opportunities on new/existing clients Continue to develop internal relationships and your PwC brand This role provides a great opportunity for an individual with experience in Asset & Wealth Management or Regulation to join our growing team and gain exposure to dynamic clients in these industries. We work with a broad range of clients from small organisations to large multinationals, specialist firms to complex businesses, spanning the wealth management, pensions, hedge fund and private equity sub-sectors. Essential skills and experience An Accountancy or Internal Audit qualification; Experience in auditing financial and operational controls within a wide range of business processes within the Asset Management sector; Experience in evaluating and performing risk assessments at a task and organisation level; Strong analytical and project management skills; Identifying and effectively reporting any issues and recommendations for improvement to clients, as well as drafting the related sections of formal reports; The ability to work effectively in different teams for varying periods of time building good working relationships with both colleagues and client personnel at all levels; Experience in supervising and developing junior staff; Ability to communicate clearly with colleagues and clients at all levels; Flexibility in your approach to meeting goals as part of the wider team. Desirable skills An understanding of relevant regulatory issues; The ability to contribute and create new initiatives and be responsive to change Risk Assurance We’re a leading provider of trust in the digital world - in the eyes of our people, our clients and our stakeholders. Today's business environment is different. More complex. More connected. Companies not only face new and unknown risks, but also new and untapped opportunities. Our team is at the forefront of this change, join us to be a part of transforming how risk is perceived and capitalised on. Not the role for you? Did you know PwC offer flexible contract arrangements as well as contingent work ( ie temporary or day rate contracting)? The skills we look for in future employees All our people need to demonstrate the skills and behaviours that support us in delivering our business strategy. This is important to the work we do for our business, and our clients. These skills and behaviours make up our global leadership framework, ‘The PwC Professional’ and are made up of five core attributes; whole leadership, technical capabilities, business acumen, global acumen and relationships. Learn more here www.pwc.com/uk/careers/experienced/apply Diversity We work in a changing world which offers great opportunities for people with diverse backgrounds and experiences. We seek to attract and employ the best people from the widest talent pool, as well as those who reflect the diverse nature of our society. And we aim to encourage a culture where people can be themselves and be valued for their strengths. Creating value through diversity is what makes us strong as a business and as an organisation with an increasingly agile workforce, we're open to flexible working arrangements where appropriate. Learn more here www.pwc.com/uk/diversity

Chemistry Teacher

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Are you a motivated and forward thinking Science Teacher, who specialises in teaching Chemistry? Are you an experienced Chemistry teacher seeking a new challenge this September? Immediate Interviews Available Exceptional GCSE and A Level Results Excellent Support and CPD Fantastic Career Development Opportunities This is an excellent opportunity for an experienced Chemistry Teacher, ideally experienced delivering up to Key Stage 5, although support will be given where needed. This thriving, vibrant and compassionate learning community breeds a culture of excellence, whilst enabling the students to feel valued, happy and safe. The College is a high performing, academically focussed 16-19 College based in North London. This school is situated in North London and has beautiful surroundings, including a very popular town centre. The school is easily accessible by rail, tube and bus links and has good parking facilities. If you are a qualified Chemistry Teacher, please email your CV or call on 0207 337 0065.

Supported Living Workers

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  • Newbury
  • Berkshire

We are looking to welcome new staff into our supported living service based in the heart of Newbury, working within a dedicated team enabling people with learning disabilities and complex needs to enjoy a fulfilling and active lifestyle. You must be willing to actively embrace all aspects of the role including support with personal care and domestic tasks. You will also be supporting our service users with activities in the community such as swimming, day trips, going out for meals, cinema, concerts and theatre trips as well as their annual holidays. We are looking for kind, resourceful, proactive and energetic individuals to join our friendly and hardworking team. Prior experience is not necessary we are looking for people who are enthusiastic, warm, engaging, creative and want to make a difference to our service users lives. Drivers are preferred but not essential. This is a rewarding role bringing great job satisfaction and every day is different. What we offer: Competitive salary 28 days annual leave entitlement Relevant training including accredited H&S care diplomas through our own training academy. Supportive hands on management culture Regular supervisions and appraisals Recognition and reward schemes Childcare vouchers Thorough induction and training programme when you join us including the care certificate Free access to the Employee Assistance Programme Guaranteed contracted hours Free life assurance Pension with company contribution A range of employee discounts Discounted health cash plan (HSF) If you feel you have the right attitude, values and passion for this role we would love to hear from you.

Relief Support Worker

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  • Manchester
  • Bury

Creative Support is a non-profit provider of personalised care and support for people with learning disabilities, mental health needs, autism spectrum conditions, and older people. We are recruiting a Support Worker for our service for 12 people with learning disabilities and complex health needs, who live in two attractive new build properties in Wythenshawe. We are looking for a motivated, caring individual to provide person-centred support to people with a learning disability in Wythenshawe. Your responsibilities will include: Providing personal care, practical and emotional to people with a learning disability Identifying and accessing opportunities for social inclusion with service users Collaborating with service users, families, and involved professionals to provide a consistent and coordinated service that meets the needs of service users Assisting the line manager with the day-to-day running of the service This is a fantastic service which enables great outcomes for the people we support. We are looking for staff who have the commitment and dedication to go the extra mile to enable people to achieve their personal goals. Experience of working with people with a learning disability is essential. You must be warm and able to work in a person-centred way with people with a learning disability. The service is easy to travel to from across South Manchester as it is opposite the metrolink stop in Wythenshawe and therefore it is not necessary to be a car driver.

Relief Support Workers

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  • Kendal
  • Cumbria

Creative Support is a nationwide not-for-profit care provider who focuses on providing person centred services to people with a wide range of needs. This may include adults with learning disabilities, mental health, autism and many more. We tailor all our services to the needs of the service users and very much family orientated to ensure all standards are met. Within Cumbria, the services are commissioned by Cumbria County Council. We work closely with our commissioners and the multi-disciplinary team to provide a coordinated service which achieves positive outcomes for the people we support. The services are highly personalised tailored to the personal support plans of the service users and is characterised by high level of service user and family involvement and we are keen to develop this further. We are looking for resilient, outgoing and motivated individuals to provide individualised person centred support to service users with a learning disability and other health needs in a supported living accommodation. You will promote opportunity, choice and wellbeing to ensure service users experience a valued life and enjoy a wide range of opportunities for personal development based within Kendal. You must have excellent verbal and written communication. Previous experience within this sector is highly desirable, however we do consider applicants with no professional experience as we do provide a very detailed training course. What we offer… Creative Support also offers a wide range of training courses and this will be a perfect opportunity for those who are seeking to progress in the health and social care sector as we also offer the QCF Diploma in Health and Social Care level 2 – 5. As a senior practitioner and supervisor, we will support your continuous development by providing accredited courses such as person centred planning, communication approaches and many more. Although previous experience in a similar role is more advantageous, we would like to encourage the people with the right values and passion to apply and work to make a difference. In return we offer a wide range of benefits to ensure job satisfaction. This includes: Guaranteed Contracted Hours QCF Diploma in Health and Social Care Level 2 and higher Free life assurance Pension with company contribution Highly serviced employee advice line A range of employee discounts Creative Support is an equal opportunities employer and is committed to delivering local high quality care through a well established and supported local work force.

Senior Manager, Governance, Risk and Compliance

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  • London
  • London

Senior Manager, Governance, Risk and Compliance Permanent Location: Kings Cross, London Are you looking to develop your career in governance, risk and compliance?  Join the Springer Nature Governance, Risk and Compliance team as Senior Manager and you’ll be choosing an exciting central role providing compliance support with one of the world’s leading global STM publishers. At Springer Nature we’re dedicated to providing the best possible service to the whole research community. We help authors to share their discoveries; enable researchers to find, access and understand the work of others and support librarians and institutions with innovations in technology and data. You’ll enjoy a varied role, taking responsibility for our key areas; operation of our Compliance Program, guidance and monitoring controls regarding Anti-bribery and corruption, Anti-trust, Data privacy and protecting confidential information. You’ll take ownership of our Annual Risk Assessment Processes, Supply Chain Due Diligence Processes, Internal Audit and Internal Investigations. The role has an international scope and will require around one third of time to be spent travelling to our various global locations. We’re looking for someone with strong internal or external audit/review experience with the ability to anticipate issues and opportunities responding with appropriate, risk-aware and cost-driven solutions. It’s essential you excellent analytical skills to identify trends and themes regarding ethics and compliance risks from a wide variety of data sources. You’ll have excellent communication skills with all levels of our organisation and with key senior stakeholders. German language skills and/or legal or accountancy qualifications are highly desirable. To be successful and to gain the most out of the role, you’ll want to use this opportunity to make a real impact on our business and in the future success and development of the team.

Strategic Relationships Manager

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  • London
  • London

Creative United is looking for a Strategic Relationships Manager with specialist knowledge of the arts sector to play a pivotal role in the development and delivery of our two consumer credit schemes; Own Art and Take it away. About Creative United Creative United is a Community Interest Company that provides a range of financial products and services designed to enable the growth and development of the UK’s cultural and creative industries. The company was established in 2012 with the support of Arts Council England and is based at Somerset House in Central London. Our mission is to build a sustainable and resilient creative economy, making the arts accessible to all. Our two national interest free finance schemes (Own Art and Take it away) are designed to support the creative economy and increase participation and engagement in art and music. Own Art – delivered through a network of 300 member galleries, this scheme supports artists, galleries and consumers by offering interest free loans for the purchase of contemporary art and craft. Take it away – delivered through a network of 150 musical instrument shops, this scheme reduces the financial barriers to participation in music by offering interest free loans for the purchase of musical instruments. About the role Reporting to the Head of Finance and Operations, you will be responsible for developing opportunities and projects to achieve the programmes' goals in line with our business plan. You will achieve this through the successful brokering of strategic partnerships in order to improve the visibility of the schemes in their respective sectors and to create enhanced opportunities and benefits for our member galleries and retailers. You will also play a key role in reporting the programmes' impacts to our funders and stakeholders. You will do this through the analysis of evaluation data and sales information to demonstrate where the schemes are achieving success and where there are opportunities for growth and improvement. As a spokesperson at events, the role will also require you to have excellent communication skills and an ability to forge successful new relationships. With at least 2 years working in a similar role, you will already have a good knowledge of either the contemporary visual arts or music retail sectors. Ideally you will have a background working within a relevant arts organisation or cultural institution. Finally, you will be an effective team player who can effectively coordinate, and collaborate with, colleagues on all levels to achieve the common goals and objectives of the organisation. For further details please download the full job description. If this sounds like you then we would love to hear from you! To be considered for the role, please submit your CV and a covering letter setting out your suitability for the role with reference to the requirements of the role and person specification detailed in the job description. Interviews are expected to take place on Tuesday 24 th September 2019

Research Associate: Cyber Security Body of Knowledge (Phase III)

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  • Bristol
  • Bristol

Research Associate: Cyber Security Body of Knowledge (Phase III) Job number ACAD104160 Division/School - School of Computer Science, Electrical and Electronic Engineering and Engineering Maths Contract type - Open Ended Working pattern - Full time Salary £33,199 - £37,345 Closing date for applications 15-Sep-2019 The Bristol Cyber Security Group, led by Professor Awais Rashid, is seeking to appoint a post-doc for 17 months to join the Cyber Security Body of Knowledge project (https://www.cybok.org). The group forms part of the Academic Centre of Excellence in Cyber Security Research (ACE-CSR) at Bristol. You will join a major international programme of research on developing a cyber security body of knowledge that will underpin curricula at various education levels (from GCSE and A-levels, to Bachelor’s, Master’s and professional development programmes).The project aims to codify the foundational and generally recognized knowledge in the expanding area of cyber security following broad community engagement with the UK and internationally. The knowledge will be augmented with additional data, in particular concerning the knowledge dependencies for particular learning pathways. Your primary research will focus on providing guidance to UK higher education institutions on their relevant use of the CyBOK. You will work closely with existing cyber security degree programmes to support their transition to utilizing CyBOK as the basis, for curriculum and programme design which may be based on updated certification criteria. A key element will involve looking at the CyBOK knowledge areas and using tools to visualise coverage levels of these within existing bachelor’s and master’s programmes and then guiding institutions accordingly. You will collaborate with the CyBOK project team as well as the wider cyber security community, both in academia and industry. You will also work in collaboration with a critical mass of researchers within the Bristol Cyber Security Group and the wider Academic Centre of Excellence in Cyber Security Research. The Group participates in several major initiative, including leading projects as part of the Research Institute on Science of Cyber Security (RISCS) and the Research Institute on Trustworthy Cyber-Physical Systems (RITICS), co-leading the Security and Safety stream within the UK Research Hub on Cyber Security of Internet of Things and leading the programme of work on developing a Cyber Security Body of Knowledge (CyBOK). The group also leads a recently awarded EPSRC Centre for Doctoral Training on Trust, Identity, Privacy and Security in Large-scale Infrastructures. There is a strong expectation that you will actively contribute to the strong profile of Cyber Security at Bristol and its inter-disciplinary ethos through participation in the development and publication of research results. For informal discussion about the post you are welcome to contact: Professor Awais Rashid or Yvonne Rigby. We welcome applications from all members of our community and are particularly encouraging those from diverse groups, such as members of the LGBT+ and BAME communities, to join us.

Graduate Internship

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  • London
  • London

We have a fantastic opportunity for a capable, well-motivated and personable graduate who is seeking a paid internship to work within our three Extra Care service offices for older people in Bromley. You will need to be resourceful and able to work independently, as well as work positively alongside others. This fantastic role will be based in Bromley, very close to public transport links. Hours: 37.5 per week (3 month opportunity) The Role: To provide support to the Registered Manager and Project Managers by working closely with our personnel department to set up client files in line with CQC, data protection and confidentiality requirements. In addition you will offer assistance and support with local recruitment processes for staff and volunteers. You will need to have a degree qualification and demonstrate good administrative, planning, organisational, filing, writing and planning skills. A warm, enthusiastic and empathetic approach is essential. Direct experience in health/social care is not required, although you must have an interest for working within this sector. The role will give you confidence as well as providing invaluable skills, life and work experience and knowledge that will serve you for many years to come! Main Duties: To set up and maintain client files. Maintaining accurate records of client files. To assist with the recruitment of staff, volunteers and other related administrative duties associated with recruitment. To audit client files and ensure they meet contractual and CQC standards. To develop good filing systems in line with data protection and confidentiality policies and procedures. To communicate effectively with Creative Support Head Office Personnel department in order to ensure robust procedures are put in place. To assist with setting up and maintaining Registered Office operational files. Any other duties as required. As a Charity Creative Support can offer you: Great overall experience and satisfying, responsible work An opportunity to develop/enhance transferable skills that can be applied in a range of settings, as well as health and social care.  You will be able to build up your CV and we can provide you with a reference. Please call Sophie Mulder on 07580 969 322 for an informal chat Closing date: 9 September 2019

Social Worker

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We are seeking an experienced Social Worker to join our growing services for children, young people and young adults with disabilities services. The post will be based in Child Health and Disability (CHAD), Cardiff Children’s Services. Adopting a signs of safety approach, your ongoing case management and risk monitoring will include undertaking of a variety of assessments and the implementation and review of care and support plans - as underpinned by the Social Services and Well-being (Wales) Act 2014. Social workers within the CHAD team work collaboratively with colleagues across a range of agencies and council directorates from Health, Education, the voluntary sector and Adult Services. This post offers a unique opportunity to support children and young people with physical and learning needs who may require Care and Support plans; Transition planning; Child Protection plans; Looked After Children procedures; Court proceedings. Alongside regular supervision and peer meetings you will have the opportunity to attend a variety of training courses and practice enhancement to build on your portfolio of continual professional development. The service is co-located with Targeted Services case management teams within County Hall, with agile working in place to support staff to work independently across the city. There are a number of touch down points across the city, however the service has a touch down point within Ty Gwyn School on the Western Learning Campus for the use of staff within the CHAD teams For an informal discussion about the role please contact Lisa Lewis on 02920 536400. This post is subject to Disclosure and Barring Service Enhanced checks. Safeguarding and Child Protection are key priorities for the Council. We aim to support children and vulnerable adults to ensure they are as safe as they can possibly be. Our services and schools are committed to ensuring the safety and protection of all children and vulnerable adults, and will take action to safeguard their well-being, and acknowledge that children and vulnerable adults have a right to protection. This is supported in the general ethos of the Council and all schools. This post is temporary until 1 st April 2021. Internal candidates who wish to apply for this position on a secondment basis must obtain approval prior to application using Form SEC1 (4.C.081). Requests may only be approved by the relevant Director/ Assistant Director/ Chief Officer or senior nominated officer graded no lower than OM2 or in the case of schools based staff the Headteacher / Governing Body. This vacancy is suitable for post share. We welcome applications in both English and Welsh. Applications received in Welsh will not be treated less favourably than English applications. As an equal opportunities employer, we value diversity. Therefore, although not a requirement for application , we welcome and encourage applications from underrepresented individuals including those: aged under 25; not in employment, education or training; from our local communities including in particular disabled individuals, carers and those from the Cardiff BAME and LGBT+ communities; ability to communicate fluently in Welsh. Rydym yn chwilio am Weithwyr Cymdeithasol profiadol i ymuno â’n gwasanaethau plant, pobl ifanc ac oedolion ifanc ac anableddau. Mae’n wasanaeth sy’n tyfu. Bydd y swydd hon yn cael ei lleoli yn Iechyd ac Anabledd Plant (CHAD), Gwasanaethau Plant Caerdydd. Gan ddefnyddio dull Arwyddion Diogelwch, bydd eich gwaith rheoli achosion a monitro risg yn cynnwys ymgymryd â nifer o asesiadau a gweithredu ac adolygu cynlluniau gofal a chymorth – fel y’u tanategir gan Ddeddf Gwasanaethau Cymdeithasol a Llesiant (Cymru) 2014. Mae gweithwyr cymdeithasol y tîm CHAD yn cydweithio gyda gweithwyr o ystod o asiantaethau a chyfarwyddiaethau’r cyngor, o Iechyd, Addysg, y sector gwirfoddol a Gwasanaethau Oedolion. Bydd y swydd hon yn cynnig cyfle unigryw i gefnogi plant a phobl ifanc gydag anghenion corfforol a dysgu y gall fod angen y canlynol arnynt: cynlluniau Gofal a Chymorth; Cynllunio Pontio; cynlluniau Amddiffyn Plant; gweithdrefnau Plant sy’n Derbyn Gofal; achosion Llys. Ochr yn ochr â chyfarfodydd monitro a chyfarfodydd gyda chymheiriaid, bydd cyfle i chi hefyd fynychu amrywiaeth o gyrsiau hyfforddi a chyfoethogi ymarfer i gynyddu eich portffolio datblygiad proffesiynol parhaus. Mae’r gwasanaeth yn rhannu gofod gyda thimau rheoli achosion Gwasanaethau Targedig yn Neuadd y Sir, gyda dulliau gwaith ystwyth ar waith i alluogi staff i weithio’n annibynnol ledled y ddinas. Mae nifer o fannau gwaith ar hyd a lled y ddinas, ac mae pwynt cyswllt arbennig yn Ysgol Tŷ Gwyn ar Gampws Dysgu’r Gorllewin ar gyfer staff sy’n gweithio yn y timau CHAD. I gael sgwrs anffurfiol ynglŷn â’r swydd hon, cysylltwch â Lisa Lewis drwy ffonio 02920 536400. Mae’r swydd hon yn destun gwiriadau Manwl y Gwasanaeth Datgelu a Gwahardd. Mae Diogelu ac Amddiffyn Plant yn brif flaenoriaethau gan y Cyngor. Ein nod yw rhoi cymorth i blant ac oedolion sy’n agored i niwed gan sicrhau eu bod mor ddiogel â phosibl. Mae ein gwasanaethau a’n hysgolion wedi ymrwymo i sicrhau diogelwch pob plentyn ac oedolyn sy’n agored i niwed, a byddant yn gweithredu i ddiogelu eu llesiant. Maent yn cydnabod bod gan blant ac oedolion sy’n agored i niwed yr hawl i gael eu hamddiffyn. Cefnogir hyn yn ethos cyffredinol y Cyngor a’r holl ysgolion. Swydd dros dro tan 1 Ebrill 2021 yw hon. Dylai ymgeiswyr mewnol sy’n dymuno gwneud cais am y swydd hon ar secondiad gael caniatâd cyn ymgeisio trwy lenwi ffurflen SEC 1(4.C.081). Bydd angen caniatâd gan y Prif Swyddog perthnasol neu uwch swyddog arall a enwebwyd, nad ydynt ar raddfa is nag OM2 neu gan y Pennaeth / Corff Llywodraethu yn achos staff ysgolion. Mae’r swydd hon yn addas ar gyfer ei rhannu. Croesewir ceisiadau yn y Gymraeg ac yn y Saesneg. Ni chaiff ceisiadau a dderbynnir yn y Gymraeg eu trin yn llai ffafriol na cheisiadau Saesneg. Fel cyflogwr cyfleoedd cyfartal, rydym yn gwerthfawrogi amrywiaeth. Felly, er nad yw’n ofyniad ar gyfer cais , rydym yn croesawu ac yn annog ceisiadau gan unigolion nad ydynt yn cael eu cynrychioli’n ddigonol, sef y rhai: 25 oed ac iau; nad ydynt mewn addysg, cyflogaeth na hyfforddiant; o’n cymunedau lleol, yn benodol y rhai o gymuned pobl dduon ac Asiaidd a lleiafrifoedd ethnig a Phobl Lesbiaidd, Hoyw, Deurywiol a Thrawsrywiol Caerdydd; yn gallu cyfathrebu’n rhugl yn y Gymraeg.

Science Teacher

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Science Teacher required for School in East London. Are you a passionate Science Teacher who has experience teaching Science up to Key Stage 5? Are you a qualified Science Teacher available for a September start? Exceptional GCSE and A Level Results School Rated Ofsted “Good” Regular Training and CPD Excellent Support from SLT This mainstream school based in East London has strong values, which it imparts through its local community and it’s forward thinking approach to education. The school has recently gone through excellent changes of leadership, supporting teachers and offering them training sessions on a frequent basis. A key component of training is to keep a strong, friendly environment which will help drive results for the upcoming year. The senior members of staff have continued to provide “Good” quality of teaching since their last Ofsted inspection. If you would describe yourself as an knowledgeable Science Teacher then please email your CV in or call 0207 337 0047.

Centre of Excellence CoE Senior Associate - Leeds

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  • Leeds
  • West Yorkshire

A career in our Assurance Transformation Centre of Excellence practice, within Assurance Transformation Services, will provide you with the opportunity to be responsible for developing functions in PwC that support audit engagement teams and audit quality efforts. You’ll focus on enhancing our services related to data auditing, business analytics, visualisation and leveraging of analytic technologies to evaluating complex Enterprise Systems for audit and non audit services. As part of our team, you’ll work with a broad and diverse range of clients, providing you with exposure to businesses of varying sizes, industries and complexity. You’ll use cutting edge technology working virtually on various audit engagements. You’ll develop specialist Assurance knowledge and play a key role in improving the quality and efficiency of our audits and lead innovation in a range of areas, with an initial focus on pensions assets and liabilities, share based payments, and the audit of Tax. The passion of our people, combined with access to the latest technology, helps us deliver the highest quality audits and build trust in society. We pride ourselves on our global reputation as a trusted place to do business, whilst giving our people access to the best opportunities and lots of variety through your home team, internal secondments and international assignments. We’ve all experienced the impact of extraordinary technological change over recent years. All of our clients are impacted by digital advancements, and so our propositions need to respond to that. We’re also seeing that our clients are changing how they work; increasingly working remotely and across multiple locations. For PwC, this means designing an operating model where we’ll improve quality, deliver outstanding value to our clients, and create a better experience for our people. PwC Assurance Centres of Excellence (CoEs) are one of our key priorities to respond to this challenge. As part of the Assurance CoE you will utilise cutting edge technology to execute delivery of more complex and judgemental Assurance activities virtually. Working closely with PwC Assurance teams from across the country you will improve the quality, efficiency, and innovation in the more complex areas of the audit, and have exposure to a wide range of clients from FTSE 100 to owner managed businesses across a variety of industries. The work is location agnostic with the majority of work being office based, and as such we are looking for individuals to be based in any regional UK office (with a nucleus of individuals in our Manchester and Glasgow offices). We have a range of opportunities available in the areas of - Auditing of Pensions balances - Auditing of Share Based Payments - Auditing of tax However the list of areas delivered by the CoE is expected to grow rapidly, in line with the firm’s strategy, over the next 5 years. Which will create opportunities to experience new areas of the audit, to build expertise in more than one technical area and to support the growth and development of this part of our business. The Assurance CoE will provide initial training and ongoing coaching and support on the technical areas you are assigned to through weekly lunch and learns, professional skills courses, and coaching from managers and activity leaders. As a Senior Associate within the Assurance CoE you will Execute the audit in these more complex areas, in line with technical (both accounting and auditing) requirements and operating procedures. Have flexibility in when and how you work, utilising technology and best practice virtual working to coach and interact with teams of clients remotely Provide coaching and support to more junior team members. Liaise with clients to complete audit assignments. Build and maintain strong relationships with new and established audit clients. Work and liaise with other members of the audit team and colleagues in other parts of the firm as necessary to provide a high quality client service. Utilise your strong business awareness and sound reporting skills to provide insights to clients. Have the chance to give back to community and social welfare projects, often using your business skills. Have access to internal mobility both nationally and internationally. As part of an Assurance CoE you will make a difference by Developing deep, respected specialisms in more complex areas. Working with and becoming brilliant, high performing experts in their field. Driving innovation and thought leadership. Helping drive PwC Assurance strategy, by shaping a critical element of our delivery model. Successful candidates will have At least part completed their accounting qualification. A drive and aptitude to build deep accounting and auditing specialisms in more complex areas. A willingness to drive change by helping further define the CoE model embracing virtual working and other technology defining and leveraging our virtual working practices of the future Excellent written and oral communication skills, at all levels. Strong influencing skills. An ability to work under their own initiative, and under pressure. A willingness to build relationships with other PwC specialists to better provide a high quality, efficient and robust service. A desire to challenge the status quo. Demonstrable experience of working on multiple engagements at the same time and prioritising appropriately. Demonstrable experience of coaching junior members of teams to develop both technical and professional skills. Experience in applying professional skills in the audit of pension balances or share based payments is highly desirable, but a demonstrable experience of learning new and complex technical areas is more important. This role offers the potential for flexible working. It is expected, at most, only very minimal travel will be required with the vast majority of interactions (with clients and core engagement teams) being virtual in nature.

Support Worker

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  • Castle Cary
  • Somerset

We are looking for Support Workers at The Maples. This service is a bungalow set in Castle cary, where we support 6 people with profound and multiple learning disabilities, the philosophy of the home is to include and involve people in their lives as much as possible, we support with all aspects of daily living including personal care, financial support and health and wellbeing, we are situated close to the town centre and have a regular presence within our local community, linking in with local activities regularly, The maples is an active busy home where we focus on a relaxed homely environment that supports people to be who they are and to reach their goals and aspirations. We are looking for people to cover various shifts from full time, part time, day and night shifts and relief to suit you, we’d also be interested in hearing from students looking for work experience. We offer fantastic benefits, training and a great team environment. You don’t need any previous experience, but you do need a caring and positive attitude and the desire to support our people in living their lives to the full. Established in 2017, Discovery (part of the Dimensions Group) is a Somerset-based social enterprise dedicated to ensuring that people with learning disabilities and autism have greater choice and control in their lives and are given a louder voice in society. We have ambitious plans to deliver the most effective and personalised support possible, ensuring that the people we support are the heart of everything we do. For further information, please contact: Tia Keshwala - 03003039202 Your rewards In return for your hard work and dedication, we offer ongoing development opportunities and the support of a great team, plus a range of great benefits including: £9 - £9.90 per hour (flexible hours). 30 days’ annual leave entitlement (including bank holidays). Supported ‘Learn to Drive’ scheme (up to 10 driving lessons paid for by us). Support to obtain the Induction & Care Certificate, progressing to Diploma in Health & Social Care. Pension scheme. Long Service Awards. Life Assurance Apply now An enhanced DBS disclosure will be required for this role, the cost of which will be incurred by Discovery. We welcome applications from everyone and value diversity in our workforce As disability confident leaders, we guarantee to interview all disabled applicants who meet the minimum criteria for the vacancy. As part of our commitment to making reasonable adjustments we can offer support to complete your application in one of our offices using assistive technology.

Support Worker

newabout 1 hour ago
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  • Chester-le-Street
  • County Durham

We are looking for Support Workers for our new development, ‘Apple Tree Court’ in Street. Apple Tree Court opens in September and will enable people with learning disabilities to have greater independence and to live the life they choose. The development will have 18 individual supported flats and bungalows, with state of the art assisted technology, in a lovely cul-de-sac within the community of Street. It’s a flagship development for us, and paves the way for our future plans, it’s new and it’s different and we’re putting together a great team to support it! We are looking for people to cover various shifts from full time, part time, day and night shifts and relief to suit you, we’d also be interested in hearing from students looking for work experience. We offer fantastic benefits, training and a great team environment. You don’t need any previous experience, but you do need a caring and positive attitude and the desire to support our people in living their lives to the full. We are looking for people who share our values and can support someone to have the life they want to live. Get involved with activities such as swimming, hobbies and interests, college or clubs and accessing the community visiting local places of interest. The people you’ll be supporting range from those with complex physical support needs and learning disabilities, through to those that are more independent and self-sufficient. We will work with you to match your skills to those we support. Most will need support with daily living tasks - cooking, cleaning, activities, personal care, medication and looking after their health. Families and friends play a big part in their lives so we also require support with maintaining those relationships. Established in 2017, Discovery (part of the Dimensions Group) is a Somerset-based social enterprise dedicated to ensuring that people with learning disabilities and autism have greater choice and control in their lives and are given a louder voice in society. We have ambitious plans to deliver the most effective and personalised support possible, ensuring that the people we support are the heart of everything we do. For further information, please contact: Tia Keshwala - 03003039202 Your rewards In return for your hard work and dedication, we offer ongoing development opportunities and the support of a great team, plus a range of great benefits including: £9 - £9.90 per hour (flexible hours). 30 days’ annual leave entitlement (including bank holidays). Supported ‘Learn to Drive’ scheme (up to 10 driving lessons paid for by us). Support to obtain the Induction & Care Certificate, progressing to Diploma in Health & Social Care. Pension scheme. Long Service Awards. Life Assurance. Apply now An enhanced DBS disclosure will be required for this role, the cost of which will be incurred by Discovery. We welcome applications from everyone and value diversity in our workforce As disability confident leaders, we guarantee to interview all disabled applicants who meet the minimum criteria for the vacancy. As part of our commitment to making reasonable adjustments we can offer support to complete your application in one of our offices using assistive technology.

Support Worker

newabout 1 hour ago
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  • Yeovil
  • Somerset

Here at Discovery we are looking for dedicated individuals to join our Support Worker team at Grove Avenue in Yeovil . You don’t need to have experience as a Support Worker as we can give you the training and knowledge you’ll need but you will need to have a great attitude and be passionate about improving the lives of the people in our care. Discovery is a not-for-profit organisation that supports around 900 individuals with learning disabilities and complex needs with the aim to make a real difference. We are driven by our values. People with learning disabilities and their families are at the heart of everything we do and we want every person we support to have a great life, with excellent outcomes. About the role: Grove Avenue is a mixed supported living home of 6 adults, close to Yeovil town centre. Each of our residents has their own lives and enjoys different activities, and it is your role as a Support Worker to empower them to take part in a range of activities such as swimming, arts and crafts, going swimming or doing the gardening! You will also be helping with daily tasks such as supporting people with their personal care, eating and drinking needs, medication and communication. Being able to drive would be a big help in this role. Benefits and rewards: In return for your hard work you will receive: £9.00 per hour, £9.90 for waking nights, £30.50 per sleep in. Full time, part time, and relief work available. 22 days’ annual leave entitlement (plus bank holidays) Supported ‘Learn to Drive’ scheme (up to 10 driving lessons paid for by us) Pension scheme Long Service Awards Life Assurance Great Induction and training opportunities including the Care Certificate, and Diploma in Health & Social Care. Apply now: Discovery is such a special family to be a part of and we enable our ambitious staff to make a difference and inspire each day. So if you would like to be a part of our team, please apply by clicking the button below, or you can contact Sean Grange on 0300 303 9202 for more information and an informal chat. This role requires an enhanced DBS Disclosure, which will be obtained for you by Discovery. Discovery is an equal opportunities employer that values diversity and is strongly committed to providing equal employment opportunities for all employees and applicants for employment. As Disability Confident Leaders we guarantee to interview all disabled applicants who meet the minimum criteria for this vacancy. Dimensions Group, which includes Discovery has been awarded this symbol by Jobcentre Plus to recognise our commitment towards the employment, retention, training and career development of disabled employees. As part of our commitment to making reasonable adjustments we can offer support to complete your application in one of our offices using assistive technology. Other organisations may call this role Community Support Worker, Residential Support Worker, Care Worker, Care Assistant, Social Care Worker, Social Care Assistant, Healthcare Assistant, Carer or Autism Practitioner

Senior Associate - Audit - Banking & Capital Markets- Bristol

newabout 1 hour ago
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  • Bristol
  • Bristol

The passion of our people, combined with access to the latest technology, helps us deliver the highest quality audits and build trust in society. We pride ourselves on our global reputation as a trusted place to do business, whilst giving our people access to the best opportunities and lots of variety through your home team, internal secondments and international assignments.To really stand out and make us fit for the future in a constantly changing world, each and every one of us at PwC needs to be an authentic and inclusive leader, at all grades/levels and in all lines of service. To help us achieve this we have the PwC Professional; our global leadership development framework. It gives us a single set of expectations across our lines, geographies and career paths, and provides transparency on the skills we need as individuals to be successful and progress in our careers, now and in the future. As a Senior Associate, you’ll work as part of a team of problem solvers, helping to solve complex business issues from strategy to execution. PwC Professional skills and responsibilities for this management level include but are not limited to Use feedback and reflection to develop self awareness, personal strengths and address development areas. Delegate to others to provide stretch opportunities and coach to help deliver results. Develop new ideas and propose innovative solutions to problems. Use a broad range of tools and techniques to extract insights from current trends in business area. Review your work and that of others for quality, accuracy and relevance. Share relevant thought leadership. Use straightforward communication, in a structured way, when influencing others. Able to read situations and modify behavior to build quality, diverse relationships. Uphold the firm’s code of ethics and business conduct.

Events Executive

newabout 1 hour ago
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  • London
  • London

We’re excited to announce that in April 2019, Breast Cancer Care and Breast Cancer Now united to create one charity for everyone affected by breast cancer. From research to care, our new charity has people affected by the disease at its heart – providing support for today and hope for the future. United, we can carry out even more world-class research, provide even more life-changing support and campaign even more effectively for better services and care. By bringing together our passion, energy, expertise, funds and networks, we will make greater progress in more effective ways to make sure that, by 2050, everyone who develops breast cancer will live and receive the support they need to live well. About the role An exciting opportunity has arisen to join a lively, dynamic and driven fundraising Events Team. Over the last decade, Breast Cancer Care has built up a strong events function, with events currently accounting for a quarter of the charity’s overall voluntary income. We are looking for an experienced Events Executive to help deliver our Bespoke Events portfolio – currently comprising of our walking events, overseas and UK challenges, fashion shows, carol concerts, and a range of other prestigious events.  The post holder will work across these events, with a particular focus on walking and trekking events, to maximise participant numbers and income and providing an excellent supporter journey for our participants. About you We are looking for someone with fundraising experience who is able to provide first class customer service, build great relationships at all levels and to take responsibility for areas of our portfolio. You will have outstanding organisational and communication skills as well as being a key team player and able to deal with conflicting demands and meet tight deadlines. There will also be requirements for event day attendance across the entire Events team portfolio, so an enthusiasm to be involved with events of all natures is a must. Closing date:  30 August 2019 Interview date:  w/c 2 September 2019

Business Development Manager Private Business Midlands 6 mths FTC

newabout 1 hour ago
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  • Birmingham
  • West Midlands

About The RolePwC is looking for an experienced and highly motivated Business Development Manager to work within the Sales & Marketing team driving new business development activity within the Midlands region focusing on the Private Business market. You will be expected to establish a network of commercial relationships and a pipeline of new business opportunities, providing the catalyst in your market for revenue growth. We are looking for someone who can identify and create new opportunities and has a track record of building strong relationships with key decision makers. You’ll also be comfortable talking to established clients to seek out new growth opportunities. You will use your sales expertise, knowledge of our products and services, and sector specialism to identify and convert new business opportunities to deliver return on investment and profitable growth. This role sits in the Private Business Sales and Marketing team and will focus on the following Driving new business development activity within the Midlands region focusing on the Private Business market. You will be expected to establish a network of commercial relationships and a pipeline of new business opportunities, providing the catalyst in your market for revenue growth. Driving business development activity across a portfolio of targets and clients throughout the geography. Working closely with the key Partners across all service lines and Private Business leadership to drive profitable revenue growth. The jobholder must possess the experience and professionalism to be credible in the market, as well as to challenge and influence senior management internally, and be able to demonstrate a thorough understanding of the strategic business drivers for PwC. About the team Sales & Marketing is a centralised support function and covers all aspects of professional services marketing, sales support and business development. The prime area of focus for the function is to support the development and implementation of the firm’s market strategy and in particular to ensure We innovate every day We are inclusive by default We deliver commercial impact with purpose We tell stories that inspire The Midlands Sales & Marketing team deliver the firms market strategy locally and is made up of a group of marketing, proposals and new business professionals. Role ResponsibilitiesThis role will focus on driving new business development activity for Private Business and will report to the Private Business Sales and Marketing Leader. You will work with key stakeholders internally to identify, develop and convert new business opportunities. Key responsibilities will include Management of a portfolio of key targets consisting of a blend of existing clients and new (whitespace) opportunities. Drive client facing activity by identifying opportunities and securing meetings within that portfolio. Implement best practice to expand our relationships across the portfolio and drive new opportunities. Build your profile in the market and establish yourself as a recognised PwC figurehead, acting as the focal point of all business development activity. Establish a network of commercial relationships with intermediaries and the wider business community Develop a pipeline of opportunities & drive the pursuit process through to conclusion Attend relevant client and/or intermediary events to network and represent PwC in the market. Ensure effective follow up. Develop an understanding of key client issues and the relevant PwC propositions that are successfully generating revenue Support, drive & deliver key national Sales Campaigns when required Coach Partners & Staff on business development best practice Attend and/or chair relevant internal business development meetings and drive subsequent actions. Ensure the messages & learnings from Client Feedback are shared and acted upon to help increase opportunity conversion & client satisfaction Accurately record all business development activity (meetings and opportunities) in our CRM system to evidence performance and ROI Essential Requirements Graduate calibre with a proven track record in a client facing business development role. An expert understanding of targeting & lead generation with the ability to implement both strategic and tactical initiatives. The proven ability to drive and develop a pipeline of opportunities. Strong knowledge of Pursuit, SPIN, Miller Heiman or another relationship/sales methodology and evidence of using it to drive opportunities through to revenue. Experience of operating in a complex organisation with service focused propositions Strong relationship management skills Proactive with a positive ‘can do’ attitude Self starter able to work effectively as part of a ‘virtual team’. A team player. Able to actively contribute & participate as a member of the Sales capability and wider Sales and Marketing function. The ability to build networks with Partners & staff at all levels across the firm and influence effectively. A sound business understanding as well as being commercially astute and risk aware.

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