Probation Officer Jobs in UK : 2 job openings

£16 - £18/hour
Service Care Solutions
Sittingbourne, Kent
Our client is currently searching for one Probation Service Officer to join their Offender Management team in the Kent region. The post will be full time and on ...
£23000 - £26000/annum overtime + vehicle + benefits
The Hammond Recruitment Group
Bracknell, Berkshire
REF: MM41078 - Service Engineer You will undertake water hygiene/water treatment works as per the needs of the Service & Maintenance Department, in ...
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£18000 - £22000/annum overtime+bonus+vehicle+fuel card
Kent, United Kingdom
Fire Extinguisher Technician Our client is a UK leader providing Facilities and Property Compliance services, working with a large portfolio of commercial, education, healthcare and retail customers across the UK. The role will entail visiting customer properties carrying out maintenance & service duties to ensure their compliance to fire safety regulations. Duties will include inspection of all fire safety equipment within each property followed by routine service and maintenance duties such as testing, refilling and making safe of extinguishers, checking and issuing safety signs, providing new and replacement parts, providing new and replacement units and any other associated tasks for Fire Extinguishers, Dry Risers and Hydrants, including all associated paperwork.Candidates will need to be experienced within the Fire Extinguisher Safety and Compliance sector and if possible ideally hold fire safety equipment qualifications or be BAFE qualified, but this is NOT essential and additional training will be offered, based on experience gained.This is a permanent role offering a company vehicle, PDA and a fuel card supplied as well as both overtime and a bonus scheme. Please send your CV ASAP or Call PPM Recruitment to discuss the role further on 01214508950
Canstaff
Merseyside, United Kingdom
Construction Christchurch CityWe are recruiting for a Site Manager to work for a top tier contractor on a permanent basis, throughout the North and South Islands of New Zealand The work will involve being a part of a team delivering a range of civil projects with values ranging from 1m to 20m.The company you will be working for is a national construction company with regional branches across the whole of New Zealand. They have an extensive and diverse portfolio that includes major infrastructure projects, building works, heavy civils, and road construction. This is a fantastic company to work for and have a number of major projects in the pipeline. For this position, your key responsibilities and duties will includeLeading, supporting and assisting a group of carpentersapprentice carpenters to ensure well executed projects.Lead Tool Box meetings and have oversight of quality of work carried out to minimize rework. Complete time sheets daily to ensure your team are paid.Provide direction, coordination, execution, control and completion of specific work ensuring consistency with company strategy, commitments and goals as delegated by the Project Manager.Building and maintaining positive relationships that establish credibility and rapport with both internal and external stakeholdersTo be successful in this role you will haveProven ability to contribute to the delivery of a profit to the businessPreviously worked as a Site Manager, Contract Manager, Building Manager Supervisor in a civils environmentNegotiation skills with the ability to define and articulate information, concepts and influence people and manage conflicting interestsExperience with Microsoft outlook, word, excel and projectAdaptability in responding to different ideas, situations and peopleUnderstanding of Zero Harm in the work placeCurrent Drivers LicenceThe successful candidate will benefit from a competitive salary and package, ongoing training, potential relocation, and a great work life balance.If you are looking for a change and to further your career in civil and construction, please apply now
Michael Kors
London, United Kingdom
The eCommerce Service Analyst will work with Business and IT resources performing support and operations tasks required to insure the smooth day to day functioning of the Michael Kors digital portfolio of global web store and omni-channel applications. Responsibilities• Work with business teams, internal IT resources, third party development partners, hosting partners, and other service providers to insure the smooth day to day operation of Michael Kors digital applications• Troubleshoot, document, and resolve support issues and service interruptions related to Michael Kors digital applications.• Drive efforts to identify root cause and deliver resolutions for system and process failures within defined SLAs• Perform regular operations activities related to order reconciliation, service management, reporting, and SLA adherence• Participate in various phases of QA and testing activities for software releases• Provide end user support to business colleagues across the core Oracle Commerce(ATG) platforms including BCC and CSC• Provide end user support to business colleagues for JIRA Software, JIRA Service Desk, Confluence• Provide assistance monitoring 3rd party systems integrated with Michael Kors digital applications• Provide assistance determining correct thresholds, rules, and response SLAs for service monitors including Synthetic Traffic Monitoring, Application Performance Monitoring, CDN Monitoring, and Analytics• Maintain a knowledge of the core business drivers to ensure correct coordination, prioritization, and escalation of associated support activities• Create and update system diagrams and process flows on an ongoing basis• Maintain systems operations run book Qualifications• Bachelor’s Degree with experience providing application support for eCommerce platforms within a retail business domain – Oracle Commerce(ATG) experience preferred• Candidate should be able to apply specific knowledge of business domain and knowledge of systems technology capabilities for problem solving providing operational support• Experience providing first- and second-line support and managing escalations• Experience with multi-tier systems analysis, support and troubleshooting with an ability to understand complex environments• Proficient in MS Office products (Word, Excel, Power Point, Project, Visio)• Experience working with website monitoring and content delivery network (CDN) systems• Strong analytical and good communication skills to interact with internal business users and external vendors• Ability to set and manage expectations with business partners, IT resources, and third parties• Must have strong writing skills with the ability to convey clear and concise thoughts and ideas• Ability to identify, research, prioritize and resolve multiple complex and critical production data and application issues• Ability to take initiative and move projects forward with limited direction• Good understanding of relational databases, data design and normalization• Familiar with Agile and Waterfall development methodologies• Must be willing to travel We are an Equal Opportunity Employer M/D/F/V Apply here
EQUIPMENT, JOIE AND CURRENT ELLIOTT
London
The Collected Group UK Customer Service Representative will be responsible to support all activities associated with collecting, maintaining, and shipping the UK/EU order base. This position will be a key team member supporting the sales team and office operations. The individual will partner closely with Sales, Accounting, 3rd Party Logistics, and US partners in Customer Service, Distribution, and IT. They will be an integral partner in executing the global growth initiatives of the company.Major Responsibilities Include:• Manage the UK and EU regional customer order base including order entry, audit, and resolution of discrepancies• Issue Return Authorizations to customers• Partner with Production Team to ensure demand/supply match and bookings coverage• Monitor receipts and OH positions against Order base and allocate per business priorities• Works with accounting to ensure orders are credit approved prior to dropping to the DC• Generate required documents for customer orders and shipments including order confirmation, commercial invoice, Proforma invoice, among any other required documents. • Maintains shipping schedule while monitoring on-time delivery of orders.• Provide analysis on monthly shipping performance, understanding variance to plan and prior forecast• Investigate and respond to all UK/EU customers or sales team inquiries.• Maintain and updated records in the Customer Master file.• Processes and follows up with all email correspondence from the customers and the sales team. • Works closely with US based teams inclusive of Customer Service, Logistics, Production, and Distribution• Manages order maintenance such as order changes, cancellations, additions • Work with IT to continuously assess process and make the necessary improvement recommendationsDesired Skills and Experience:• Excellent written and verbal communication skills• High level of attention to detail • Ability to work effectively within a team and with cross functional partners• Strong problem-solving skills. • Ability to multitask and appropriately prioritize conflicting deadlines• Expertise within Microsoft suite specifically Microsoft Office Excel, Word, and PowerPoint • Familiarity with EDI transactions is preferred• Familiarity with AX ERP system is a plus•Headquartered in Vernon, California, The Collected Group is recognized globally as leading designer, distributor, and retailer of three contemporary, consumer-inspired, apparel lifestyle brands: Joie, Current/Elliott and Equipment. Each brand in The Collected Group portfolio offers a distinct point of view with superior design, craftsmanship and attention to detail at a compelling value. This portfolio approach has distinct advantages over single-brand contemporary companies by appealing to a broad consumer base while maintaining the focus and authenticity of each brand. The Collected Group employs a diversified and disciplined approach to product design, expansion, distribution and geographies.Led by a knowledgeable and passionate management team, the hard work, loyalty and breadth of experience amongst The Collected Group employees has given the company a distinct competitive advantage that has led to its success. The combination of its leading brand portfolio coupled with an analytical approach to design and production drive the strong results in The Collected Group products you see today.
Capita Asset Services
Beckenham, England, United Kingdom
Company DescriptionCapita Asset Services, recently acquired by Link Group, are the UK’s leading provider of business process management and integrated professional support solutions. We support clients involved in the creation, facilitation and utilisation of capital market flows. We assist with asset and company administration, sourcing investment, distribution, origination, governance, finance and accounting and data analytics. We firmly believe that one size does not fit all. Our solutions are specifically designed around our clients’ needs. Our vast capabilities mean we can provide an integrated, end-to-end service, from corporate and fund structuring, through to registrar services and transfer agency.Job DescriptionAn opportunity has arisen for an experienced Contract Manager to join us in an exciting period of change to provide a commercial service to the business which will include the setting up and negotiation of contracts, licensing and adherence across all business lines.You will be responsible for ensuring that Asset Services complies with its contractual obligations; customer and partner organisations are accountable for their obligations under their contract(s) and assisting the division with any other contract related matters.What being a Contract Manager involves:Review requests for proposals commercially; identify risks; identify unacceptable terms. Complete overall risks assessment in support of bid-no-bid determination.Review proposals to ensure compliance with company policy and acceptable risk standardsTo lead negotiations effectively with Asset Services customers and suppliers to ensure robust and enforceable contracts are in place in a timely manner and with acceptable risk for CTSL.To prepare contractual documents such as licences, NDA’setc.Provide commercial and contractual advice to the organisation and ensure that any issues are resolved.To monitor and review internal processes such that they remain robust and updated with company policy and requirements.To work closely with and provide advice and support to Asset Services’ Project Managers and department managers in the management of projects.To manage variations from receipt to closure including approving and signing of responses and price builds; attending Kick Off meetings and bid reviews.To manage claims processes in an auditable manner.To manage and negotiate the timely prosecution of legitimate claimsTo manage, negotiate and mitigate any deleterious effect of claims made on Asset Services by sub-contractors and/or suppliers.To consider ways in which new forms of contract may be employed to improve timeliness or efficiency or reduce the risk to Asset Services.To contribute to the development of strategic objectives of Asset Services and to work as directed in implementing them.Attend meetings; prepare presentations and such like as required internally and externally.QualificationsSkills and qualities you'll need: Professional procurement/contract management qualification or equivalent.Extensive and proven experience in effective contract preparation, negotiation and administration.Exposure to large-scale change initiatives and embedding new organisations with new ways of working.The ability to work with and influence a broad range of customers, stakeholders and supplier staff at senior levels.Proficient analytical skills and a measured approach to decision makingA collaborative approach with the ability to maximise the short term position while building long term productive relationshipsAbility to plan and manage multiple work programmes effectively.Proven knowledge of supply chain principles, procedures and methods.Strong negotiation skills, strong contractual and commercial competenceSuperior influencing and communication skillsCommercially astute with sound judgementConscientious and detail consciousAdditional Informationnull
£28000 - £32000 pa
Ricardo Energy & Environment
South East, Oxfordshire
We are seeking a customer focused and innovative individual to join our Customer Services Team. You will be responsbile for managing the complex data that we receive from our growing customer base, as well as providing direction to and developing our Data Team. Ricardo Energy and Environment is a leading sustainability consultancy combining energy, climate change, environmental and chemical risk expertise. The National Chemical Emergency Centre (NCEC) sits within the Chemical Risk practice of Ricardo Energy and Environment and has a 40+ year reputation as a premium provider of global chemical emergency response provision. NCEC works with a global client base including 50% of the world’s top 100 chemical manufacturers and a large number of other public and private sector clients. As part of NCEC’s emergency response helpline, chemical companies display the NCEC emergency telephone number on their chemical product paperwork (typically, safety data sheet documents C;SDSD;). These documents are registered by the data team on a bespoke emergency response database, along with instructions (C;proceduresD;) which tell our emergency call handlers how to respond to an emergency call on that company’s behalf. When calls are received the emergency call handlers write a report which is sent to the client detailing the content of the call. The role of the Data Manager is to provide technical solutions, leadership and strategic direction of the data area. NCEC’s business continues to grow and as we expand our customer base the amount of data that we need to manage also increases, we currently store around 1.7 million customer SDS. Customers send this data through on a regular basis as they add to their product ranges and make other changes to the documents. NCEC’s emergency responders use the information on these and other customer specific documents to provide our emergency response telephone support line. Often as data changes links need to be made to customer procedures, our written instructions of how to handle calls. This role is therefore essential to the provision of NCEC’s premium service offering. Purpose:NCEC’s customer data is essential to our services and we seek a new Data Consultant to take over the responsibility of this area. There is currently a Data Coordinator in post, who will work closely with the Data Specialist, who manages the day-to-day elements of the data area such as the registration, manipulation, storage and associated linking of the data. For example documents need to be correctly registered against a customer and any impact of their procedures would need to be recorded. The applicant should have a degree qualification in a numerate or computing based subject and should also have data manipulation, analysis and cleaning experience. Personal attributes such as a high level of attention to detail and effective organisational and communication skills (both written and verbal) are essential for the delivery of this role. The Data Consultant role supports the activities of the Customer Services Team who are currently the link between the data tasks and the customer contacts. The successful applicant will be working closely with the Customer Service Team to enable them to development their own customer relationships, and the ability over time to directly liaise with customers over data matters Key accountabilities: * Provide direction to the data area including where improvements and enhancements can be made to existing processes * Provide or define solutions for example in determining how to process complex data sets * Overall responsibility for the delivery of the data service to include the registration, manipulation, storage and associated linking of customer data (delivered by the Data Coordinator) * Establish and maintain relationships with new and existing customers to improve the submissions of data * Creation of a ‘maintenance’ programme for our existing data to include a process for checking the quality of data after processing * Undertake trend analysis of our data which can feed into a strategy focussed on improvements and efficiency * Develop relationships with other areas of the practice in order to increase the visibility and importance of the data area Key competencies and experience:Essential: * Undergraduate degree in a numerate or computing based subject * A strong track record in data management including customer engagement and communication * The skills to understand the impact that data management has on our service offering and working to ensure the implications are considered and actioned * Effective problem solving skills with ability to take responsibility for an issue and show initiative in finding resolution * Highly organised in relation to task / time management with effective prioritisation skills. * Effective and proactive team working across the wider practice * Excellent communication and interpersonal skills * Proficient in the use of standard office software packages, with expert knowledge of MS Excel. Desirable: * Relevant experience of chemistry (or a related industry) * Knowledge and / or understanding of SDS * A second language would be advantageous This is a fast-paced and challenging environment offering you the opportunity to help develop NCEC’s business through careful data management and excellent customer service. You will have support from the NCEC management team and additional investment and development of the team, systems and tools will be made over time.In return for your commitment, drive and enthusiasm, we offer an attractive benefits package including bonus, a personal development plan, and the opportunity to make a difference in a challenging and rewarding field.
Amazon.com
City of Edinburgh
We are Amazon; we pioneer.Since opening our virtual doors in 1995, we’ve been pushing the boundaries of possible further and further.Our entire business works hard to delight our customers – from the second an order is placed online to the seamless coordination of that order behind the scenes, we strive to stay agile, fluid and intentional. That can be described in one of our core Leadership Principles, which is Bias for Action. This means that our teams band together, roll up their sleeves, and aren’t content with just standing still. We’re aiming to become the most customer-centric company on Earth.Yard Marshall: Wednesday - Saturday, 19:00 - 05:30, 40 hoursYour responsibilities:Keeping Bias for Action front of mind is reflected in the Yard Marshall’s main responsibilities, including monitoring deliveries from a host of different vendors and carriers: here, a laser-like attention-to-detail is required. Alongside this, we’ll need you to ensure that Amazon’s Yard & Dock closely adheres to all policies and Standard Operating Procedures, including those beyond just Health & Safety.The success of the Yard Marshall is dependent on his or her ability to build healthy, symbiotic relationships with all departments, both internal and external. This will help you facilitate effective, consistent communication between multiple teams including: Service Providers, Drivers and Security.You will need to manage the yard in a tenacious and assertive manner. You’ll achieve this by remaining alert to the arrival and departure of vehicles from the the Amazon site. You’ll need to stay on your toes, proactively ensuring compliance with our strict safety procedures.A crucial duty assigned to the role of Yard Marshall is to review and implement any required changes to checks and audits concerning the Amazon Yard and Docks. A working knowledge of how to prioritise the most commercially important deliveries to the Amazon Yard and Docks will be a skill you’ll need to acquire rapidly.
Army & Air Force Exchange Service
Lakenheath, United Kingdom
# Job DescriptionSELLS A VARIETY OF MERCHANDISE TO CUSTOMERS USING SALESMANSHIP AND COURTESY. MAY OPERATE A CASH REGISTER OR OTHER SALES RELATED EQUIPMENT; BALANCES DAILY FINANCIAL TRANSACTIONS. PRACTICES LOSS PREVENTION PROCEDURES AND PERFORMS OTHER RELATED RETAIL DUTIES AS REQUIRED. NOTED FOR PERSONAL SERVICE, CONCERN FOR CUSTOMERS, AMIABLE DISPOSITION AND KNOWLEDGE OF AAFES/RETAIL POLICIES AND BUSINESS PROCEDURES. THIS POSITION REQUIRES ASSOCIATE TO BE FRIENDLY AND PASSIONATELY FOCUSED ON DELIVERING A PERSONALIZED CUSTOMER EXPERIENCE.ACTIVELY COMMUNICATES/PROMOTES THE BENEFITS OF THE IN-STORE CREDIT CARD TO CUSTOMERS IN ORDER TO DRIVE SALES GROWTH AND INCREASE CUSTOMER LOYALTY.# Job QualificationsCOMPLETION OF HIGH SCHOOL OR THE EQUIVALENT.If a sufficient number of qualified candidates do not apply, the minimum qualifications may be lowered without reposting.# Additional Qualifications/RequirementsEARLY MORNING (0500-1400); MORNING (0700-1500); AFTERNOON (1100-1900); EVENING (1700-0000). MUST BE ABLE TO WORK A FLEXIBLE SCHEDULE TO INCLUDE WEEKENDS AND HOLIDAYS.*Vacancy Number:* H-029326-2017*Job Title:* STORE ASSOC*Exchange Location:* United Kingdom - - Lakenheath*Facility Name:* LAKENHEATH SHOP*Employment Category:* Regular Part Time*Career Area:* Retail Operations*Job Grade:* 1*Job Tier:* 0*Supervisor:* No*Salary Minimum:* $8.00*Salary Maximum:* $14.14*Number of Positions Remaining:* 1*Removal Date:* 21-Nov-2017
Bonus plus benefits
i-Pharm Consulting
UK
Data Management Lead - Home basedThis position we''re working on is a with a global CRO we have had a successful record bringing talented people into their Data Management group. They are looking for one more Data Management Lead to join their successful and relaxed group. This position is to manage 3 small studies (ranging from 500-1500 patients) or 2 large 1500+ patient studies across 2-3 accounts that they work with. As a project manager you will be looking at Forecasting new work and changes in timelines, resources and scope of work and managing a budget for the studies you work on. Despite having many projects and programmes to cover, this company is in a brilliant position to offer their employees flexibility and a brilliant work life balance, so when it says you work 37 hours per week - that''s the most you''ll do (if you''re a great Project Data Manager)LOCATION: Home based, reporting to the UKSALARY: Dependent on candidate, competitive to the market ratesWhat does this client wants the candidate to look like:*BSc in Life Sciences or Technologies degree*At least 6+ years working in the CRO, Pharmaceutical, Medical Device or Commercial Life Sciences.*Have had experienced leading teams or studies *Must have been in an FSP model or Account Management position for Clinical Data Management.*Experience in industry leading EDC tools i.e. Medidata RAVE or Oracle Inform*Must have the rights to work in FranceInterested in applying?Please call J-Ney Antique on +44 (0)20 3189 0461 for a confidential discussion on this opportunity. You can also email jantique@i-pharmconsulting.com to arrange a time to discuss. If this role is not suitable, J-Ney is also available to discuss other possible positions or answer any general questions regarding your career and the current market.ABOUT i-PHARM CONSULTINGi-Pharm Consulting is a specialist Recruitment Company servicing the Pharmaceutical industry in the UK and Europe. We provide both permanent and contract staff to a wide range of Pharmaceutical, Medical Device, Biotechnology and Contract Research Organisations (CROs). i-Pharm has specific expertise in Clinical Research, Medical Affairs, Regulatory Affairs, Pharmacovigilance, Quality Assurance and Bioinformatics.www.i-pharmconsulting.com