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Executry Assistant / Executry Support

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Recruiter
Bluetownonline Ltd
Salary
Competitive
Location
Arbroath East and Lunan
Job term
Permanent
Job hours
Full time

Job Title: Executry Assistant

Salary: Competitive

Based: Arbroath

The company is one of the leading legal firms in Scotland providing a full range of legal services for clients whether in their personal life, or in business.

Their legal and support teams work together to deliver exceptional expertise mirrored by a first class client service. Each and everyone in the firm, regardless of their role, has an important part to play in delivering this promise. They invest in the training for their people and advancement of their systems to ensure they are constantly at the forefront of service delivery in the legal sector.

The company's traditional values and innovative approach mean clients can rely on them for the right advice right through their life.

Job Role:

Are you an experienced and confident Executry looking for your next career challenge? If the answer is yes, the Company might just have the ideal opportunity for you to join one of the largest Private Client practices in Tayside.

Skills/ Experience Required:

* Ideally you will have at least 5 years' experience in an Administration or an Executry role
* Have excellent attention to detail and be extremely numerate.
* Good communication and computer skills are also required
* It would be beneficial if you have experience of a computerised case management system e.g. Visualfiles.
* A STEP, SOLAS or equivalent paralegal qualification would be an advantage.

Working hours may be negotiable for the right applicant.

To apply for this role please select the APPLY button and information will be sent to your inbox

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( Keywords: Legal Executry, Executry, Legal Client Executry, Executry Assistant, Senior Executry, Executry Support, Assistant, Executry Administrator, Executry Administration,Clerical Executive, Executry Support Assistant, Legal Executry Support Assistant, Executry Aid)

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REST

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Male* Support Assistant

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Recruiter
Cornerstone
Salary
From £14,622 to £15,190 per year
Location
Dunbartonshire
Job term
Permanent
Job hours
Part time

Ref: 1341. Salary: £14,622-£15,190 pro-rata per annum. Contract: Permanent.
Hours: 20 per week. Location: West Dunbartonshire.

Providing care and support in your community.

We are recruiting a male* support assistant for our supported living services in West Dunbartonshire. You will provide ongoing
support to the people who use our services. You will hold an SVQ Level 2 in Social Care or equivalent, or be willing to work towards this. Ideally you will also have demonstrable experience of working with people in a caring or supportive role.

You will be required to work shifts which include weekends, sleepovers and public holidays.

We are a care and support organisation with 1,800 employees operating in 20 local authority areas across Scotland. We are a growing business and there are always career development opportunities for those of our employees who consistently live up to and embed the values of our organisation. We are able to share a wealth of learning and invest strongly in the development of our employees, as well as providing a range of employee benefits.

Closing date: Monday 5 May 2014.

*for this position male is an Occupational Requirement as defined by the Equality Act 2010, to assist with personal care – Genuine Occupational Qualification – Privacy and Decency Under Section 7 (2) (b) and 7 (2) (e) of the Sex Discrimination Act.

Applications should be submitted online via our website.

Cornerstone welcomes applications from all sections of the community and actively seeks to increase the diversity of our workforce. Scottish Charity No: SC004780.

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Cornerstone
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224105781-01

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Residential Conveyancing Assistant / Conveyancing Support

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Recruiter
Bluetownonline Ltd
Salary
Competitive
Location
Dundee
Job term
Permanent
Job hours
Full time

Job Title: Residential Conveyancing Assistant

Salary: Competitive

Based: Applicants to be considered for both Dundee + Arbroath offices

The company is one of the leading legal firms in Scotland providing a full range of legal services for clients whether in their personal life, or in business.

Their legal and support teams work together to deliver exceptional expertise mirrored by a first class client service. Each and everyone in the firm, regardless of their role, has an important part to play in delivering this promise. They invest in the training for their people and advancement of their systems to ensure they are constantly at the forefront of service delivery in the legal sector.

The company's traditional values and innovative approach mean clients can rely on them for the right advice right through their life.

Job Role:

Due to a growth in business, the company have an exciting opportunity for experienced Conveyancing Assistants to join their busy Property Services teams in Arbroath and Dundee.

They take great pride in providing outstanding customer service while achieving the best possible outcome for their clients, and as a Conveyancing Assistant you will play a vital role in the client experience.

Skills/ Experience Required:

* Previous paralegal experience of processing house sales and purchases
* Good oral and written communication skills
* You must have excellent computer skills and preferably be experienced in using a case management system e.g. Visualfiles
* You must possess a good attention to detail and be comfortable working to tight deadlines

To apply for this role please select the APPLY button and information will be sent to your inbox

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( Keywords: Conveyancing Assistant, Conveyancing Support, Customer Support, Client Support, Residential Conveyancing Support, Conveyancing, Conveyancing Property Assistant, Residential Conveyancer Assistant, Conveyancer Assistant)

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Support Worker

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Recruiter
Cornerstone
Salary
From £16,467 to £17,562 per year
Location
Dunbartonshire
Job term
Permanent
Job hours
Part time

Ref: 1342. Salary: £16,467-£17,562 pro-rata per annum. Contract: Permanent.
Hours: 30 per week. Location: West Dunbartonshire.

Providing care and support in your community.

We are recruiting a support worker for our supported living services in West Dunbartonshire. You will provide ongoing support to the people who use our services. You will hold an SVQ Level 2 in Social Care or equivalent, or be willing to work towards this. Ideally you will also have demonstrable experience of working with people in a caring or supportive role.

You will be required to work shifts which include weekends, sleepovers and public holidays.

We are a care and support organisation with 1,800 employees operating in 20 local authority areas across Scotland. We are a growing business and there are always career development opportunities for those of our employees who consistently live up to and embed the values of our organisation. We are able to share a wealth of learning and invest strongly in the development of our employees, as well as providing a range of employee benefits.

Closing date: Monday 5 May 2014.

Applications should be submitted online via our website.

Cornerstone welcomes applications from all sections of the community and actively seeks to increase the diversity of our workforce. Scottish Charity No: SC004780.

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Cornerstone
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224105781-01a

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Clerical Assistant

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Recruiter
The Hillcrest Group
Salary
From £15,411 to £20,007 per year
Location
Edinburgh
Job term
Permanent
Job hours
Full time

The Hillcrest Group is on of the largest and most diverse Housing Associations in Scotland, operating throughout Tayside, Angus, Edinburgh and Fife.
We take pride in the excellent service we provide to our customers and are now seeking a new team player to become a vital member of our organisation.

Clerical Assistant
Hours per week: 35.25, Salary: $15,411 - £20,007 per annum.
Housing Office - Edinburgh. Contract Terms: Permanent. Ref: HH14/094

An exciting new opportunity has arisen in the Hillcrest Group of Companies for a Clerical Assistant to join the housing team in our Edinburgh office.

Based in our busy reception area you will be the first point of contact to our tenants and customers delivering a responsive high level of customer service and administrative support.

The post holder will also provide corporate service support to other departments within the Edinburgh office.

Application packs for this position can be obtained by calling the Recruitment line quoting the Job Reference Number as detailed above.

Closing date for completed applications is: Friday 9th May 2014 at 12 Noon.

Please note we cannot accept CVs.

Applications are welcome from all minority groups. Working towards equality of opportunity. Hillcrest HA is a registered Charity No. SC006809.

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The Hillcrest Group
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224107558-01

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Assistant Manager

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Recruiter
The Original Factory Shop
Salary
Competitive
Location
Argyll
Job term
Permanent
Job hours
Full time

Assistant Manager

Rothesay, Isle of Bute

Up to £ 16,000 plus benefits .

We have an exciting opportunity for an Assistant Manager to join our growing business in Rothesay, Isle of Bute and salary up to £16000 + Excellent Benefits.

The Original Factory Shop is a growing national retail brand with over 191 stores across the UK and over 20 new stores opening every year. To support this growth we need talented and motivated retail assistant managers to join our business and take ownership of running all aspects of our fast paced stores.

The Original Factory Shops are a niche concept, providing local communities with a department store packed with quality branded products at reasonable prices. Our extensive range of discounted products changes with new deliveries every week, creating an exciting retail atmosphere with menswear, ladies wear, children's wear, shoes, gifts, toys, homewares and electrical ranges. As our Store Manager you will be delivering this experience daily to our loyal customers.

We offer you a competitive salary with great benefits, including alternate weekends off, and support you with excellent training, development and career opportunities.

As our Assistant Manager you will support the Store Manager to:

- Create a vibrant and enjoyable shopping experience for our customers.

- Train and lead the team

- Maximise sales through commercial merchandising

- Build a loyal customer base

- Achieve key KPI's

- Work closely with your area to share best practice

- Control stock and housekeeping standards.

If you are an experienced retail Assistant Manager who loves or strives to work in a hands on, fast paced, changing retail store where you will have the autonomy and support to really make a difference then apply now.

You will need to be an experienced, commercial and passionate Deputy Store Manager or Assistant Store Manager with a proven track record in managing a fast paced, high volume store as a commercial Manager.

BENEFITS include Annual Bonus, Free Life Insurance, Staff Discount, Alternate Weekends off and Contributory Pension Scheme.

To apply for our Assistant Manager position, Please click apply and attach an up to date CV.

Closing Date: Friday 11 th April 2014

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The Original Factory Shop
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Reference
10120

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Teaching Assistant

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Recruiter
Developing Your Potential Recruitment Limited
Salary
Competitive
Location
United Kingdom
Job term
Permanent
Job hours
Full time

Developing Your Potential Recruitment is seeking enthusiastic and committed teaching assistants to join us that would welcome the potential opportunity to work in a classroom setting within schools in your area. We are continuously working to build and maintain close partnerships with primary, secondary and SEN schools across the UK. We will canvas CV’s to schools within your area to maximize your chances of gaining supply/voluntary and long term teaching work.

Teaching assistant role and responsibilities:

• Assisting the classroom teacher
• Working with small groups and 1:1 support
• Supporting literacy and numeracy
• Help manage pupil behaviour
• Support the development and effectiveness of work teams
• Help pupils to access the curriculum
• Work with other professionals
• Liaise effectively with parents

Applicants that are qualified or have previous experience in a childcare setting are preferred however, we do not discriminate so all applications are welcome and will be considered.

Developing Your Potential Recruitment will review all candidates CV’s as we will aim to help you with any additional help you may require to maximise your employment opportunities.

Developing Your Potential Recruitment is a professional recruitment and training organisation which prides itself in getting all of their candidates to the very highest level.
In addition to all of our recruitment services, Developing Your Potential Recruitment also offers ongoing additional support to all of its candidates via the following:

• Your own dedicated consultant
• Access to opportunities throughout the UK
• Continuing Professional Development (CPD)

(* for further information on the additional support we give our candidates please visit our website)

Developing Your Potential Recruitment is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people. You will be required to complete a Disclosure Application Form with a full CRB check (this will cost you £65 if applied through developing your potential recruitment) you must also supply 2 references.

For further information, please visit our website at [contact details removed]

Send us your CV today to apply.
Developing Your Potential Recruitment Limited is an employment agency and employment business.

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Bradd Draycott
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Reference
1991149

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Hospitality and Support Roles

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Recruiter
PGL Travel Limited
Salary
From £372 to £1,147 per month + onsite accommodation, meals package, free uniform
Location
United Kingdom
Job term
Contract
Job hours
Full time

Hospitality and Support Roles

Salary: £372 - £1147 per month

Looking for a new challenge? With fantastic opportunities in hospitality and support roles – you could join the team at one of 24 stunning activity centres across the UK, France and Spain and start straight away!

PGL is the UK's leading provider of residential activity holidays and educational study courses for young people. Operating 24 centres across the UK, France and Spain, giving more than 400,000 young guests an experience to remember each year!

PGL has a wide range of hospitality and support roles suit any level of experience with development opportunities and amazing apprenticeships.

Catering roles:
PGL has a wide range of catering jobs from Catering Assistants to Head Chef to suit any level of experience.

We're not necessarily looking for people with masses of experience for a Catering Assistant role but we welcome applications from people who can demonstrate a willingness to learn and an interest in starting their careers on a PGL foundation programme. Many of our Head Chefs joined us in this role, progressing to their present roles as a result of our Apprenticeship programme and development opportunities.

This role offers the perfect chance to kick start your a career in catering even with no previous experience - we provide all the necessary training. You will work under the direction of your Chef or Head Chef, preparing and serving food to our guests as well as cleaning the dining and food preparation facilities after use. We attempt to use as many fresh ingredients in our dishes as possible and have a healthy eating charter to compliment the active nature of our holidays.

Other roles allow you to bring your previous experience and continue your development in a unique and exciting environment.

Hospitality roles:
We have great opportunities for anyone looking to gain experience or develop within the hospitality industry. This role offers individuals the chance to work as part of a highly motivated team, in a professional, friendly and supportive environment. No previous experience is necessary as we provide all the necessary training.

Our Housekeeping Teams prepare and maintain accommodation and communal areas to create a great first impression for our guests. We’re looking for Housekeeping Assistants to join our team from April 2014 and we have vacancies at a range of locations across the UK.

We’re looking for enthusiastic people who can work well both as part of a team and independently to ensure our accommodation and communal areas exceed our guests’ expectations.

Support roles:
Our guests have come to expect market-leading accommodation as well as amazing activities and fantastic food. Our Maintenance Teams are responsible for involves the upkeep and maintenance of the centres' guest and staff accommodation and facilities to create a great first impression for our guests.

This is your chance to join our team!

We are currently looking to recruit Maintenance Assistants on a fixed term contract to be based at one of our children's educational holiday centres in France or Spain.

Duties will include day-to-day maintenance issues reported by guests and staff and pro-active maintenance to reduce future problems. Reporting to the Maintenance Supervisor, you will be responsible for some of the essential auxiliary functions at the centre, including the site’s appearance, general upkeep and cleanliness.

As a Maintenance Assistant, you will play a crucial role to ensure the centre runs like clockwork and that the non-activity side of our guests’ stay exceeds their expectations.

Whilst training can be provided the following skills are essential:

• Basic plumbing
• Basic electrical knowledge
• Basic carpentry

The role of Maintenance Assistant offers great scope for personal development in a supportive environment.

Staff Package:
We offer a competitive wage, paid monthly, meals and on-site accommodation provided, access to training and development opportunities and a free staff uniform that reflects your job role, location and contract length. If you are working in France or Spain we also provide return transport from a UK departure point as part of your employment package.

This is a residential job role with staff accommodation provided on centre and is available at numerous locations across the UK, France and Spain.

What are you waiting for?
If you can’t wait to start then you can join our 2014 team now.

How to apply...
To apply for any of these roles all you need to do is click the 'Apply' button and sign up for a MyPGL account where you can fill in our simple application form.

***Unfortunately CV’s and cover letters are not accepted for this role, you will be redirected to PGL’s website where you can create an account and fill in their application form.***

Make a change and start a new challenge today...

Successful applicants are required to undergo an enhanced DBS disclosure, which PGL will pay for. You need to possess the legal right to live and work in the UK to be considered for employment with PGL. PGL is committed to the principles of equality and diversity and welcome applicants from all sectors of the community.

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The PGL Recruitment Team
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Reference
PGL0002
Duration
fixed term, up to 10 months

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Linux Support Specialist

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Recruiter
Fintec Recruit Ltd
Salary
From £35,000 to £38,000 per year + Healthcare, life and critical illness insurance
Location
Glasgow
Job term
Permanent
Job hours
Full time

FINTEC recruit is seeking a Linux Support Specialist for our client delivering communication systems development, integration and consultancy services to a variety of sectors.

This is a permanent position based in Glasgow. The salary is £35,000 - £38,000 plus benefits including healthcare, life and critical illness insurance.

Our client is looking for applications from those at a junior level looking to develop their skills and those more experienced in Linux Support Administration who are looking to progress into cloud based specialist solution monitoring.

Qualifications & Experience

• Bachelors Degree qualification
• Experience with UNIX/Linux system administration and support, preferably CentOS or RHEL Unix/Linux system programming using a shell scripting and ideally a higher level language
• Sound knowledge in various systems disciplines - sh, snmp, ssl, ntp, package managers, tcp/ip internals, volume managers/filesystems, dns, ldap, smtp, sql etc.
• Intermediate Windows Server knowledge
• Knowledge of web servers and technologies
• Experience configuring systems for use with one of the major database packages

Requirements
• Customer service mentality
• Strong organization and documentation skills
• Ability to work independently with minimal supervision
• Ability to travel

Responsibilities

• Help develop tools to monitor and maintain systems.
• Ensure compliance of server infrastructure.
• Optimize existing environment based on business and security needs.
• Ensure the overall reliability of services.
• Troubleshoot and resolve problems as required.
• Troubleshoot complex Unix/Linux issues in production customer environments
• Deploy and scale production systems with minimal downtime
• Develop and maintain scripts to automate tasks
• Develop and document operational procedures and functions

Full details of the Linux Support Specialist role on application. Please send your C.V. to apply and quote Ref: FT1420. Applicants must have the right to work in the UK.

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Audrey Parker
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Reference
FT1420

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Sales Support / Sales Administrator

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Recruiter
Recruitment Genius
Salary
Competitive
Location
Glasgow
Job term
Permanent
Job hours
Full time

This organisation, part of a progressive Group of companies offering engineered solutions to the oil and gas and global energy sector, delivers weld overlay solutions to its customers within the oil and gas industry, using state-of-the-art technology. It was one of the first companies in Europe to routinely clad alloy steels with corrosion resistant alloys, and its reputation now extends around the world. It has a proven track record, and delivers to market-leading quality standards.

They are currently looking to recruit a Sales Support position for their sales team, based in their Glasgow office.

Job Role:

- Calculating client quotations and administering client accounts
- Reading engineering drawings and calculating weld metal requirements
- Negotiating tender and contract terms and conditions to meet both client and company needs
- Liaising with other members of the sales team and other technical experts
- Tracking customer order commitment dates and ensuring alignment between sales and production
- Managing customer accounts by coordinating with other departments, such as production planning, engineering, quality and accounts
- Prioritising and managing client requests/queries on a daily basis
- Focusing on & working to specific client prices/discounts/agreements
- Planning for and attending Monthly Business Review (MBR) meetings with key clients
- Managing the correspondence between the sales team and their clients
- Monitoring communications between other departments and clients
- Monitoring performance against sales team KPIs in order to report to management

Skills & Experience required:

- Proven ability to achieve sales objectives and a sound knowledge of typical sales processes
- Ability to read engineering drawings
- Excellent numeracy and communication skills
- First class organisational skills with the ability to adapt and multi task
- Strong customer orientation and results driven style
- An enthusiastic and dependable team player
- Be inventive and resilient

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