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Fully Skilled Mechanic
Wage: Available On Request
Hours: Available On Request
Location: Cheam
Duration: Permanent
Date posted: 21/11/2017
Description
Honest and reliable Mechanic required to work on all makes of vehicles. Must be motivated and punctual. Busy workshop enviroment.
How To apply
Call 020 8644 3777 or email CV to churchhillmotors1@gmail.com
Employer
Church Hill Motors


Contracts Supervisor
Wage: £45,000 to £50,000 p.a. plus company vehicle and phone.
Hours: Full Time
Location: Epsom
Duration: Permanent
Date posted: 15/11/2017
Description
The Role Manage current projects to include liaising with on site contractors to ensure smooth running of project. Arrange and attend regular client meetings to ensure clients' needs are met keeping customers informed on progress of their project. Carry out surveys and estimates with new prospective clients. Daily monitoring of teams works The Person 5+ years experience in a Contracts Supervisor/Sites Manager role. Proven experience dealing with customers and site sub-contractors. Good time management skills. Articulate and good communictor, both verbally and written. A strong character with excellent people skills. An understanding of full multi trade but carpentry/roofing essential. Extremely motivated. The successful candidate will need a broad based knowledge of the domestic construction business. Salary £45,000 - £50,000 + company vehicle and phone. 20 days holiday per year + Bank holidays
How To apply
If you feel you are suitable for this role, please phone 020 8393 8545
Employer
A local loft conversion company


Volunteer Recruitment Day
Wage: N/A
Hours: 2 - 3 hours a week
Location: Richmond, Kingston & Hounslow
Duration: Permanent
Date posted: 15/11/2017
Description
Are you a parent or grandparent? Would you like to help local families? If you can spare 2-3 hours a week to help families with children under 5, local charity Home-Start can train you to support those having a difficult time. Come and meet us on 30 November at our Volunteer Recruitment Day, at The King’s Centre in Chessington, to learn more about becoming a volunteer. The next free volunteer training course will run in Chessington from January to March 2018 (starting 18 January), over seven Thursdays, 9.30am-2.30pm (excluding half-term).
How To apply
For full details on either the Volunteer Recruitment Day or the training course, contact Angie Ahmed: 020 8487 8500 info@homestart-richmond.org.uk
Employer
Home-Start


Help At Home Worker
Wage: £9.29 to £9.84 per hour
Hours: 18, 24 or 30 hours per week
Location: Kingston Borough
Duration: Permanent
Date posted: 15/11/2017
Description
Job Description: Exciting opportunity working for a local charity, supporting older people to stay independent at home, by assisting them with practical tasks, including shopping, housework and companionship. This role is part of a dedicated and supportive team with regular opportunities for training and development. Travel time and mileage are paid. Job satisfaction is guaranteed! Find out more - What our staff say: ‘I have been part of the Staywell team for just over two and a half years and I am not exaggerating when I say that this has been the best job I have ever had. We have gone from strength to strength to deliver a service which enables our clients to feel supported through decision making and choices which empowers their lives and gives them a greater sense of wellbeing. I have felt supported by everyone from the very first day I started.’ (Sally, Help@Home Team)
How To apply
Find out more - contact Alison Wakefield today on 020 8942 8256 or email your CV or application form to: recruit@staywellservices.org.uk
Employer
Staywell Services


Conservation and Engagement Assistant
Job No: IRC57693
Wage: £15,891 per annum plus benefits package
Hours: Full Time
Location: Great Bookham, nr Dorking
Duration: Permanent
Date posted: 15/11/2017
Description
National Trust place Polesden Lacey, Great Bookham, nr Dorking, Surrey, RH5 6BD Documents Role profile - Conservation Assistant - Grade 10.pdf Requirements Compliance.Eligibility to Work in the UK Additional information To apply for this vacancy simply click the 'apply' button in the top right hand side of the page. Closing Date: 24 November 2017 The Trust appoints on merit. Short listing is carried out objectively by assessing the information you provide against the requirements of the job as set out in the vacancy details on our website. If you are short listed, you will be contacted and invited to attend an interview. We will also tell you if we need you to do anything else such as a skills test, presentation or a property visit. We only accept on-line applications. However, if you require assistance to participate in the recruitment process, for example due to disability, please contact the Recruitment Team at 0370 240 0274 (option 1) for assistance. Having a criminal record will not necessarily prevent you from working at the National Trust. In reaching a decision we will take account of the nature of your work, the circumstances and background of the offence(s) and the time elapsed. Summary We protect everything from bats to buildings to beaches – and we want to share them with everyone too. Standen is no exception. But how do we care for special places like this, while helping everyone to enjoy them and their fascinating stories? It’s no small feat. In fact, it’s a big team effort and it’s why our Conservation Teams are so important. What it's like to work here It’s an exciting time to work at the celebrated Edwardian retreat of Polesden Lacey. New areas of the property will soon be opened to the public, making this a year-round attraction with lots of opportunities within the team. The property boasts glorious views of the surrounding Surrey Hills, as well as an impressive art collection, manicured gardens and a large National Trust Shop. Colleagues have a great team spirit with close links to the local community. This picturesque property is just four miles outside of Dorking, however you're likely to need your own transport to get here. Click here for more information about this location What you'll be doing As a Conservation and Engagement Assistant at Polesden Lacey, you’ll be working with a great team in an incredible place. You’ll be responsible for the daily opening and closing of our mansion, unlocking and opening the rooms, opening shutters and preparing our house ready for our visitors as well as closing and securing it at the end of each day. You’ll support the operational running of the house too by helping to run the house on occasion, give morning briefings to these volunteers and ensuring everything is running smoothly by checking on them throughout the day. You'll maintain high standards of customer care throughout the day and lead by example at all times. No detail will go unnoticed, and you’ll keep a keen eye on everything from the environmental conditions in a room, to signs of wear and tear and will help with the day-to-day cleaning routines to help us present and conserve Polesden Lacey to the highest standard. In this visitor facing role, we’d also love you to talk to visitors about the work you’re doing, and the collections we have as well as leading conservation events, volunteers and engagement. You'll also be part of the wider team of employees and volunteers, helping to cover where necessary. Please also read the full role profile, attached to this advert. Who we're looking for We'd love to hear from you if you have; A keen interest in history, historic properties and conservation of their collections A good understanding of preventive conservation Knowledge of the approach required when working with fragile historic collections as well as Health & Safety and emergency procedures Good manual dexterity and eye-to-hand skills Have an understanding of the volunteer journey in the Trust including being able to support volunteers to perform at their best Are a good team player with good interpersonal and communication skills Are willing to undertake continuing professional development and personal skills development and have an enthusiasm to learn The package Looking after you Health cash plan – from as little as £2.81 per month for you and your dependents Pension contribution match up to 10% EAP and proactive Health and Wellbeing Discounted gym membership Looking after your career Grow your career through professional training courses across the Trust Develop your skills with an internal secondment Pay review linked to values and behaviours, commitment to progression Income protection due to illness Unique to Us Work in some of the most beautiful, iconic and unique locations in the UK Free entry to NT properties for you, a guest and your children (under 18) 20% off in our retail and catering outlets Discount up to 35% off a National Trust holiday cottage booking
How To apply
Apply via www.indeed.co.uk
Employer
The National Trust


Library Assistant
Job No: LBH3781
Wage: £18,657 - £19,623
Hours: Full Time - 36 hours a week
Location: Hayes
Duration: Permanent
Date posted: 07/11/2017
Description
About Hillingdon Hillingdon Council: Putting our residents first About the Library Service We are proud of our award-winning and nationally recognised library service. All 17 libraries plus the Mobile library have been refurbished or rebuilt and are open to the public for a minimum of 6 days per week, including late nights. They offer up-to-date book stock, computers, online resources and a packed events programme to encourage a love of libraries and reading. Botwell Green Library in Hayes one of our largest and busiest libraries. We serve one of the most diverse communities in Hillingdon, providing a space for books, study, PCs use, activities and signposting. We are close to Hayes Town Centre, schools and transport links, and share a location with a popular leisure centre. About the job This is a full time position, working 36 hours a week at Botwell Green Library. As a Library Assistant, you will undertake a range of tasks and duties under the direction of the Branch Manager. The core purpose of this role will be to encourage the use of library services within the community, and to assist service users in making effective use of the resources and information available to them. About the person You will be working in a busy and pressured environment, so you will need to be confident and comfortable in a front-facing position in order to provide a customer orientated service to the public. You will need to have excellent communication skills with the ability to communicate clearly with customers and team members both verbally and in writing. Applicants will be expected to be able to ensure the efficient operation of the front line service in the absence of a manager. You will regularly encounter library users that require computer assistance and therefore good IT skills and sound knowledge of the Microsoft Office packages will be essential. In addition, you will need to be organised and methodical and able to follow instructions accurately, carrying out tasks and supporting users. Additional information The working pattern for this position will be as follows: Week 1: Monday 8.30-5 Wednesday 8.30.5 Thursday 8.30-8 Friday 8.30-5 Week 2: Monday 8.30-7 Wednesday 8.30-5.30 Thursday 8.30-8 Saturday 8.30-5 Sunday 9.30-1
How To apply
The Library Assistant Job Profile is on www.indeed.co.uk for further information about the skills and experience required for this role. When completing an application on www.indeed.co.uk please ensure you answer all questions. Proposed interview date: 8th December 2017
Employer
Hillingdon Council


Mobile Funeral Arranger
Job No: (170004NZ
Wage: £15,504 - £19,379 plus London weighting
Hours: Full Time
Location: Purley
Duration: Permanent
Date posted: 07/11/2017
Description
Joining the UK’s leading funeral provider as a Funeral Arranger, you’ll reassure and support families during the toughest of times, and work on their behalf to make each tribute as unique as the loved one they’ve lost. Getting to know families and the little things that matter to them, you’ll expertly guide them through a tough and unfamiliar process, at a time when emotions can be running high. Helping people when they’re at their most vulnerable is a real privilege. If you believe this as strongly as we do, we’ll train you to become qualified in Funeral Operations and Services and support your career development. What you’ll do • Welcome our clients, make them feel comfortable and understand their needs • Accompany and support relatives when they visit to view the deceased • Look after the deceased in our care, from helping doctors with certification to checking the deceased’s personal effects • Accurately complete all important and relevant paperwork • Maintain the highest quality standards within the Funeral home • Provide a confidential, sensitive and discreet service • Play an active role within the community, building strong relationships with people and acting as a trusted and well-respected ambassador for Funeralcare Working in Funeralcare can be quite a balancing act. On the one hand, it’s tough. On the other it’s incredibly rewarding. Providing practical, hands-on care for the deceased of all ages and circumstances calls for high levels of understanding, empathy and compassion. Working alongside the deceased and their grieving relatives at times of high emotion and pressure isn’t for everyone. It takes a cool head and a warm heart, so please think carefully before you apply. What you’ll bring • A caring nature and emotional maturity combined with a practical can-do attitude • The adaptability and resilience to cope with a changeable and unpredictable workload, ranging from quiet solitude one minute to immense pace and pressure the next • The ability to listen, understand and accurately capture and share vital details of the deceased to help make each tribute uniquely special • Organisational skills and IT literacy, with experience of Microsoft Office • An appreciation that you only get one chance to deliver a perfect final tribute Why Co-op? 172 years ago a group of businessmen in Rochdale created an idea that changed the world. They believed that when people work together, they’re stronger. And that principles are just as important as profits. They were pioneers. And they left us a legacy that’s never been more important or relevant than it is today. We’re actively building diverse teams and we welcome applications from all people. But we know that simply having a diverse workforce is not enough. We want to create an inclusive environment, where everyone can contribute their best work and develop to their full potential. We celebrate our differences. And we recognise the importance of our teams reflecting the communities they serve. We want to change the world all over again. And we know that to achieve our goal, we need to recruit teams that reflect the communities we serve. We’re committed to equal opportunities, and we’re re-discovering the pioneering spirit on which a British institution was built. If you believe in our purpose, then join us. And make a real contribution to the revival of an iconic British brand.
How To apply
Thanks for your interest in the role, if you have decided to apply then we will be in touch with you on or after the closing date so please bear with us during this time. Apply via www.indeed.co.uk
Employer
CO-OP


Trainee Legal Secretary
Wage: £22,000 yo £24,000 a year
Hours: Full Time
Location: Isleworth
Duration: Permanent
Date posted: 02/11/2017
Description
We are an established firm of solicitors with a good reputation for service and expertise. Garner & Hancock covers areas of work including conveyancing, wills and probate and litigation. Our offices overlook the Thames in a beautiful part of west London, Isleworth. We are looking to recruit an enthusiastic trainee legal secretary. In this role you will be trained to provide high quality secretarial, organisational and administrative support to our fee earners, the workload is varied and interesting The duties would involve email management, typing correspondence and file management and general office work. You should ideally be local, living in West or South West London. Job Type: Full-time Salary: £22,000.00 to £24,000.00 /year Job Location: Isleworth, Greater London Required experience: Office Secretary: 3 years
How To apply
Apply via www.indeed.co.uk
Employer
Garner & Hancock Solicitors


Gardening Assistant
Wage: Upon Request
Hours: Full Time Weekdays with occasional early start or weekend work
Location: Dorking
Duration: Permanent
Date posted: 02/11/2017
Description
Scotts Tree Surgery & Garden Maintenance was established in 2002, since then we have built a client base across Surrey and Sussex . We are proud to offer a friendly, fully qualified and insured professional service for all your gardening needs. We can do it all , from grass cutting, weeding and planting to the felling, pruning and reduction of trees and everything else in between!. Scotts is truly individual in this respect as it means you don’t have to shop around for a gardener and a tree surgeon we can do both. Scotts Tree Surgery & Garden Maintenance can also provide the erection of all types of garden fencing and gates. Our skilled team will do this with as little hassle to you as possible. We are excellent value for money and we ensure that your garden, which is the first thing people see when they visit your home, is a beautiful , tidy , relaxing place to be. If you would like to join our team, we are looking for an experienced gardener with preferably a good knowledge of plants to join our team. We also have team leader vacancies open for the right candidates who can communicate with our customers in a professional and knowledgeable fashion. Full UK driving licence required as we often work in remote locations. Normal weekday working hours apply, however early starts and some occasional weekend work is required. Responsibilities will include but are not limited to the following: Grass Cutting Strimming Hedge Cutting Site Clearance Pruning Salary details upon request. Immediate Starters preferred
How To apply
For more information please call Rob on 07739713986
Employer
Scotts Tree Surgery & Garden Maintenance


Home Support Worker
Wage: £10.00 to £12.20 per hour
Hours: To suit your lifestyle
Location: Epsom
Duration: Permanent
Date posted: 02/11/2017
Description
Right at Home are looking for special, caring people to join our team of Home Support Workers; providing a first-class service in the community. Right at Home deliver quality personal care and companionship to seniors and vulnerable adults in the comfort of their own home. Previous care experience is not essential, however a kind and caring attitude, with a willingness to put the people we look after at the heart of everything, certainly is. We pay really well – from £10 to £12.20+ per hour (including holiday pay) + Mileage Your clients will be local to you You’ll always feel supported With one-to-one mentoring, ongoing training and help at the end of a phone, you’re never alone Our Home Support Workers must be 18 years + and preferably able to drive. As a result, you will enjoy a unique package of rewards, personal fulfilment and work hours to suit your lifestyle. We provide industry leading training and support; and have excellent pay rates . There are also genuine career progression opportunities via our Career Pathway. Benefits / Package Excellent rates of pay - from £10 to £12.20+ per hour (including holiday pay) + Mileage Holiday pay accrued from the start An opportunity to work for a growing, forward thinking company Genuine career progression opportunities via our Career Pathway. Full Time and Part Time Opportunities available Option to work in your chosen area. Fast-track registration Requirements Caring and kind Home Support Workers must be 18 years+ Able to drive with a car Willing to do personal care tasks Able to follow instructions and procedures You need to be 100% committed to helping improve the quality of life of vulnerable people. You must have the right to work within the UK
How To apply
If you would like further details on becoming a valued member of our team, please contact us on 01372 705785 or submit your CV.
Employer
Right At Home


Piano Showroom Sales Assistant
Wage: Typically £40 - £50 per Hour
Hours: Most Saturdays
Location: New Malden
Duration: Permanent
Date posted: 27/10/2017
Description
We are looking for a friendly, outgoing, Grade 8 Pianist to meet customers in our Piano Showroom. Generous rates of pay and looking for someone who can stay with us in this role for many years to come.
How To apply
Please email mgpianos@gmail.com
Employer
Mark Goodwin Pianos


PAYE Heating Installer/Service Engineer
Wage: Salary Depending On Experience
Hours: Full Time
Location: Hounslow
Duration: Permanent
Date posted: 19/10/2017
Description
Full time PAYE Heating installer/service engineer position available for local family run company. NEW exciting opportunity to work for a friendly and relaxed family run company, we are looking for a confident individual to join the team. Job offer includes excellent benefits for the right applicant. Salary depending on experience 24 days paid holidays plus 8 bank holidays Company van Company phone Company private health care Saturday Rota and overtime available Job requirements: Must live within 20 Mile drive of our office Must have a minimum of 5 year’s experience Must have a clean driving license Must hold minimum of 2 years remaining on your gas qualifications for CCN1, CPA1, CENWAT, CKR1, HTR1 & UVHW1
How To apply
Please email cv to Shaun Davidson Info@registeredgasservices.co.uk
Employer
Registered Gas Services


Experienced Roofer
Wage: Excellent Rates Of Pay
Hours: Full Time - Self Employed
Location: Epsom Based
Duration: Permanent
Date posted: 19/10/2017
Description
Experienced Roofer required for local building company. All local contracts on a self-employed basis. Excellent rates of pay. Must have own tools. A vehicle would be an advantage but not necessary.
How To apply
Please call 020 8393 8545 for more information.