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BULLETIN

THE

JOBS AND

OPPORTUNITIES Summer 2017 Supplement Edition

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The Careers & Job Shop would be happy to support you with your application for any of these vacancies.

Opportunities in Bedford! Full and part time opportunities available

Kitchen opportunities! Wagamama has fantastic opportunities for kitchen porters and line chefs to join our beautiful Bedford kitchen! If you love cooking fresh food at home then read on! This could be the beginning of your career as a chef. We are also looking for brilliant front of house team members! We love brilliant people who want to create a positive environment for our guests to ensure they leave happy, nourished and refreshed. No one said it would be easy, but it’s all about balance here at Wagamama and our teams love the mix of hard work + good times! Working at Wagamama is more than just a job, it’s a career. We will offer you a fantastic training programme, brilliant hourly rate, a share of tips, a free meal on every shift, amazing team parties and loads of opportunities for progression. Hourly pay ranges from £7.50 - £8.40+ of course a share of our team tips!

For more information and to apply please visit: https://jobs.wagamama.uk/jobs/

Casual Breakfast Cook – North Bedfordshire Hinwick House has re-opened its doors as a wedding venue and celebration home after extensive refurbishment. We are now looking for a Breakfast Cook, who would be available to make Full English Breakfast for 36 guests on Sunday 27th and Monday 28th August. There would be similar positions in the future (helping us out on casual basis).

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For more information please contact: Nora Makai, Operations Manager on 07476 832328 or by email at nora@memorable.london For more information on Hinwick House please visit: www.HinwickHouse.com

Note takers – Shuttleworth College Clear Links Support is a specialist provider of academic support to students in higher education. Reliable Note takers are required to produce an accurate and legible handwritten record of the content of lectures, seminars and classes which is then handed over to the student. The work is flexible, to suit applicants availability/timetable. A range of hours are available, but are subject to support requirements and assigned hours cannot be guaranteed. Applicants must have completed at least 1 year of higher education study, or be able to demonstrate an equivalent level of experience. Applicants must also have clear and legible handwriting as well as accurate spelling and grammar skills. Location: Shuttleworth College Pay rate: £10.20 per hour + 1.23 per hour holiday pay For more information please contact: howard.harrison@clear-links.co.uk

To apply please visit: https://www.clear-links.co.uk/apply/

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Telesales Executive - (Immediate Start) Bedford, Elm Farm Industrial Estate Hours: 25 Hours per week (10am - 3pm Monday – Friday) Pay: £9.00 per hour + Commission it'seeze Websites is an established company that create awesome looking websites and marketing services to small & medium sized business owners. As a Telesales Executive, your role will be to work through our very refined database, calling prospects who have a need of a better quality website, and building relationships with those people and appointment setting for the field sales team. You'll be contacting new businesses, acquiring new business, prospecting, following up leads, calling back, sending emails, carrying out admin tasks and using your best sales skills to create quality appointments for the business. This role involves speaking to business owners & directors so a completely professional and pleasant telephone manner will be required. Cool Stuff  Gorgeous working environment in open shared office  NO evening or weekend work  FREE GYM Membership  FREE On-Site Car Parking  FREE Fresh Ground Coffee, Tea & Drinking Water  UNCAPPED & ATTRACTIVE BONUS SCHEME Essential Requirements  Outstanding warm & professional telephone manner  Outstanding communication skills - verbally & written  Quick thinking & able to speak to people of all levels  A good attitude and strong work ethic  Positive, bubbly & friendly Type of people we like  Tenacious, go-getters who own themselves & take responsibility for themselves  Energy driven people  Sales focussed  Interested in marketing & technology We're a friendly and happy kind of bunch, but we do require results and are looking for nothing less... We work hard, but play hard too, & you'll be rewarded for your hard work plus you'll have a good working environment to do your great stuff. There are very realistic and achievable bonus payments available to incentive you to get more results. Full training will be provided for you to do an awesome job. If you think you've got the sales skills & what it takes, grab your phone, and record a quick video of yourself, outlining a little bit about you, why you'd be great at this role, and why we should consider hiring you!! Take video, upload it to YouTube, and send us the link. E-MAIL LINK OVER TO: - yiannis.triplis@itseeze.com 3


Street Scene Grounds Operatives x3 positions - (Landscaping) - Stevenage Post Number: 000575 Salary:

Grade 3 (£18,746 - £21,268)

Working Hours:

Annualised hours based on 37 hours per week

Contract:

Permanent

The Heart of a Town Lies in its People” and at Stevenage Borough Council our people are at the heart of what we do. We are looking for conscientious and reliable Operatives to join our busy Street Scene team to undertake a wide range of horticulture maintenance and Landscape duties throughout Stevenage. As well as having the enthusiasm for achieving high standards, you will have experience of working in a similar environment and be knowledgeable with all types of grass cutting, shrubs, hedges and bedding maintenance, along with the safe use of subsequent mowers and other mechanical equipment. Successful post holders will have good practical skills, maintain good working relationships with colleagues and the public and understand safe working practices at all times. Applicants will possess two or more of the following qualifications (or equivalent): NVQ level 2 horticulture or Fine Turf husbandry, NPTC PA1 & 6 spraying certificates, NPTC chainsaw certificates to small fell, ROSPA play equipment safety inspection, 7.5 tonne drivers licence, COTS cemetery operative’s accreditation in grave shoring and preparation. Also the ability to work daily shifts over a seven day working week, where enhanced payments will be paid is essential. A full UK driving licence is required.

How to apply For an informal discussion about this role please contact Paul Seaby on (01438 218772). Applications must be returned by 5pm on Tuesday 29 August 2017 Please note that Stevenage Borough Council cannot accept CV’s, all applications must be made on the Council’s standard application form which can be found at the link below – http://www.stevenage.gov.uk/about-the-council/careers/vacancies/

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Operative Assistant x 2 Street Scene Grounds - Stevenage Post Number: 000087 Salary:

Grade 1 (£16,303 - £16,491) pro-rata for hours worked

Working Hours:

37 (Annualised hours based on 37 hours per week)

Contract:

Temporary – fixed term (6 months).

The Heart of a Town Lies in its People” and at Stevenage Borough Council our people are at the heart of what we do. We are looking for several hard working, conscientious people to work throughout Stevenage, carrying out a range of duties within the Street scene areas of landscaping, horticulture, sports husbandry maintenance and cemetery operations to a high standard at any location within the Borough. Duties will include: The care and maintenance of shrubs, hedges, grass, flower beds, trees and verge maintenance in amenity and recreation areas. This will include removal of litter and any other works necessary. Successful candidates will ideally have a working all round knowledge of grounds maintenance duties, combined with the ability to manage their own workload within a team. You will have good working relationships with colleagues and the public and understand safe working practices. The ability to work overtime and at week-ends is necessary. Training will be provided where necessary in the operation of mechanical horticultural machinery.

How to apply For an informal discussion about this role please contact Paul Seaby on (01438 218772). Applications must be returned by 5pm on Tuesday 29 August 2017 Please note that Stevenage Borough Council cannot accept CV’s, all applications must be made on the Council’s standard application form which can be found at the link below – http://www.stevenage.gov.uk/about-the-council/careers/vacancies/

Grounds Operative Assistant – Stevenage Temporary - fixed term (6 months)

Ref Number: ES37165

We are looking for several hard working, conscientious people to work throughout Stevenage, carrying out a wide range of duties within the Street scene areas of landscaping, horticulture, sports husbandry maintenance and cemetery operations to a high standard at any location within the Borough. Duties will include the care and maintenance of shrubs, hedges, grass, flower beds, trees and verge maintenance in amenity and recreation areas. This will include removal of litter and any other works necessary. 5


Successful candidates will ideally have a working all round knowledge of grounds maintenance duties, combined with the ability to manage their own workload within a team. You will have good working relationships with colleagues and the public and understand safe working practices. The ability to work overtime and at week-ends is necessary. Training will be provided where necessary in the operation of mechanical horticultural machinery.

How to apply For an informal discussion about this role please contact Paul Seaby on (01438 218772). Applications must be returned by 5pm on Tuesday 29 August 2017 Please note that Stevenage Borough Council cannot accept CV’s, all applications must be made on the Council’s standard application form which can be found at the link below – http://www.stevenage.gov.uk/about-the-council/careers/vacancies/

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Line Technician - Bedford What Danfoss offers you: Take your career to the next level, develop yourself in a Fast Moving Production Environment. Roles and Responsibilities This role is part of the Quality Engineering team supporting Production in ensuring that products manufactured to specification, on time, to quality and cost in line with key performance indicators. The role involves ensuring that any production issues are flagged, resolved and that continuous improvement is initiated where required.

Your typical day will include:            

Ensure Operators are supported on Technical Issues so that products are delivered on time, to cost and the correct quality standard. Follow and apply Health and Safety processes on site. Ensure Machinery is operated in accordance with Standard Operating Procedures. Ensure that housekeeping standards are maintained at workstation and surrounding areas. Provide a proactive support to Manufacturing supervision as part QRQC. Diagnosis of failure modes driving Root Cause Problem Solving through Pareto Analysis. Operation of modern oscilloscopes, multimeters, DC Voltage measuring and continuity checking. Interchanging of PCBs and their electrical components. Identify constraints in production flow and any line stoppages. Identify opportunities for Continuous Improvement to work area and processes. Work as part of a Team to increase Productivity and Quality Performance across the factory. Work within a range of operational areas to support changing operational requirements.

Your Experience/Qualifications: HNC qualified in Electrical & Electronic Engineering with experience in a Manufacturing Environment or similar Apprentice trained.    

Ideally high Level of Soldering Skills, ideally qualified to IPC610. Ability to read Electronic Circuit Diagrams and Drawings. Attention to Detail and Quality driven. General Computer based skills including Microsoft Office.

For further information, please contact Laura in HR on 01234 320128 or email laura_graham@danfoss.com 8


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The information in this bulletin was correct and in date at the time of publication.

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