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18 October - 31 October 2013 / Issue 303
Cumbria View Care Services
Providing quality care to clients in their own homes
Part-time Home Support Carers Established over 20 years ago, Cumbria View Care Services provide quality care and support to clients within their own homes, enabling our clients to remain as independent for as long as possible. These services are available to our clients 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. We are looking for reliable, caring and friendly people who want to make a difference to our clients’ lives. Experience is not essential as full training and support is provided. A full UK driving licence and access to a reliable vehicle is essential as travelling between client’s homes is a key component of the role. We are looking for people to provide care to clients within Kendal and the surrounding area’s on our day service, which operates between the hours of 7am and 11pm. We have various shift patterns to suit a variety of lifestyles. Permanent part-time vacancies currently exist within the 7am to 2pm and also the 4pm to 11pm shift patterns. Part-time hours are 16 to 25 hours per week. We provide full training, uniform, mobile phone, holiday pay and business mileage. If you would like an application pack, or would like to have a chat about our vacancies then please call Joanne or Amanda on 01539 735694 All posts subject to enhanced DBS disclosure checks (previously CRB check)
Jobs Jobs Jobs Jobs Inside:
We are now recruiting for the following vacancy:
Cleaner in Charge Location: Millness Depot Job Ref: CL0075 Salary: £8.23 per hour Hours: 5 core hours, Monday – Friday. We are looking to recruit a flexible, enthusiastic person to deliver a high standard of cleaning in line with the onsite cleaning specification.
Kitchen Team Member Location: Threlkeld School Job Ref: FS0028 Salary: £6.44 per hour Hours: 5 core hours, Monday – Friday. This post will involve cooking, preparing and serving meals to a high standard.
Support Team Member 2 Location: Various Locations in the West Area Job Ref: CL0080 Salary: £8.23 per hour Hours:15 Core hours per week, Monday – Friday We are looking to recruit a flexible, enthusiastic person to join our foodservice team. This role will primarily be kitchen team leader support, assisting the food service coordinator, providing cover for sickness and annual leave.
Cleaning Operative Permanent, part-time
Office Administrator required
Lakeland Vintners, The Wine Warehouse, Ings, Nr Staveley, LA8 9PY Must have:• Good communication and interpersonal skills • Previous customer service experience • Good computer knowledge • An eye for detail Working days are Monday, Thursday and Friday 8.30-17.00, with some occasional extra days to cover holidays and to ensure the smooth running of the business. Full training will be given. Salary is dependent on experience. Please apply in writing to the address above or by email enclosing a CV and a detailed cover letter to:- firstname.lastname@example.org Closing date – 25/10/13
Location: Kirkby Lonsdale Library Job Ref: CL0074 Salary: £6.44 per hour Hours: 4 Hours per week, Monday – Friday. We are looking to recruit a flexible, enthusiastic person to deliver a high standard of cleaning in line with the onsite cleaning specification. This post is subject to the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act (Exceptions Order) 1975 and as such it will be necessary for a submission for Disclosure to be made to the Disclosure and Barring Service (formerly known as CRB) to check for any previous criminal convictions. To request an application form please contact Katie Heaney on 01228 404711 or e-mail Katie.email@example.com Closing date for returned applications is Friday 24th October 2013. Orian Solutions Ltd is ultimately owned by Cumbria County Council
Hotel & Catering
Lindeth Howe, a 4 Star Country House Hotel once owned by Beatrix Potter, has 34 bedrooms and a 2 AA rosette awarded Restaurant.
Low Sizergh Barn is a thriving farm shop and tearoom uniquely located in a 17th century Westmorland barn on a working dairy farm.
We are now seeking applicants to join our friendly team in the following positions:
COOK / BAKER
• Sous Chef • Chef de Partie • Accounts / Administrator • Chamber person Company Benefits include: Excellent rates of pay, discounts on stays at Classic British Hotels, use of in house leisure facilities and training. Apply to: Alison Magee-Barker, General Manager LINDETH HOWE COUNTRY HOUSE HOTEL Longtail Hill - Bowness on Windermere - Cumbria LA23 3JF
We require an experienced cook/baker to join a busy team that makes homemade food for our tearoom and for sale in our farm shop. You will be able to demonstrate enthusiasm for local food and produce overwhelmingly tempting baking. Hours: 5 days per week – 42 hours (approximately) over 5 days between the hours of 7.00am and 4.00pm. Rate of pay: £7.25 - £7.42 per hour (21 and over) (Other rates of pay apply aged 16 - 20) This is a permanent position working for 12 months of the year. Please apply in writing or by email with a cv to: Belinda Smith, Low Sizergh Barn, Sizergh, Kendal LA8 8AE. Tel: 015395 60426 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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• Chef de Partie • Pastry Chef
The applicants must have a minimum of 3 years experience. • 40 hour week • 5 day week • Straight shifts only • Live in or out • Pension Scheme • Uniform provided and cleaned • Full-time and permanent
Excuses -v- Reasons Quite an ironic title for this piece seeing as I’ve been meaning to write it for several weeks now, but something has always gotten in the way. A reason for not writing it or just a poor excuse for my lack of prioritisation? But surely I’m not alone; can I be the only person who sees an interesting email whilst also juggling a dozen or so other tasks and means to get back to said email a little later on, only to realise a week or so later that I never actually did go back to it after all? I thought not. So what’s the answer?
The English Tourist Board has awarded us a “Highly Commended” three stars with silver accolade for food and service. We offer imaginative Country House cuisine and use only the finest locally sourced ingredients. Contact or send C.V. to Head Chef Leon Whitehead MEREWOOD COUNTRY HOUSE HOTEL Windermere Cumbria LA23 1LH Telephone:- 015394 46484 Email:- firstname.lastname@example.org
I keep meaning to clean it out... The thing with time management is that there’s no one right answer, if there were there’d only be one book on the subject and we’d all own it. Many years ago when I said I didn’t have time to do something a wise colleague asked “If I gave you a million pounds for doing it, would you find the time to do it?” When I said that I would, they pointed out that lack of time was a poor excuse for a lack of prioritisation.
Sometimes we just get into a pattern of doing things that’s hard to break. Many managers I’ve worked with over the years say they don’t have the time to tackle people about poor performance, but they do appear to have the time to deal with the constant additional pressures that result from covering for the underperformer. “I don’t have the time” is their excuse when “I’m not sure how to go about doing it” is often the real reason.
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The first step to improving things is to sit down and be brutally honest with yourself about the things that aren’t getting done. The Five Whys model is a great tool for this and it couldn’t be simpler; start by asking yourself “why” something isn’t getting done and then keep on asking yourself “why” until you get to the heart of the problem. And once you’ve got to the heart of the problem the question becomes “so what can I do about that?”. You may not like the answer, but at least you’ll be all out of excuses. Beth Pipe is a Learning and Development Professional and freelance writer. You can find more of her professional work here: bethpipe.hubpages.com. You can also follow her at @cumbrianrambler on Twitter.
General Vacancies Apprenticeships in hospitality.
please contact the number below
and ask to speak to Pam or Cindy.
Applications are invited from motivated & customer focused candidates for the following positions
CASUAL LEISURE ASSISTANTS – KENDAL & ULVERSTON
Candidates preferably holding the National Pool Lifeguard Qualification however training can be provided. To work on an ad-hoc basis - £6.75 p/h
CASUAL RECEPTIONISTS – KENDAL P/T WEBSITE ADMINISTRATOR
Candidates should be familiar with website maintenance Approximately 6 hours per week – flexible hours Rate of pay - negotiable A staff benefits package is available for successful candidates A Disclosure & Barring Service check will be made for some posts Application forms & job descriptions can be obtained by contacting reception at either centre Kendal – 01539 729777 Ulverston – 01229 584110 or via firstname.lastname@example.org
Full-time Carer wanted in Lancaster £9 per hour plus 45p p/m mileage 35 hours per week (extra hrs available) 4 / 5 days P/W, Mon - Fri, some weekends. 5.6 weeks paid annual leave To assist young disabled person Car driver required. Casual Workers also wanted. £9 per hour + mileage Prior care experience an advantage but not required Please email email@example.com Job description & application form will be sent by email
George Banks jewellers are currently recruiting for a
Full-time Sales Assistant
working five days a week, including weekends.
The ideal candidate would have experience in a high-end retail situation however this is not essential, as full training will be given. For more information please contact Kerry on 015394 48822.
2 X Full Time Vacancies (35 Hours per week) 2 X Part Time Weekend Only Vacancies (16 hours per week) Based – South Lakeland £7.10 - £7.41 per hour The Oaklea Trust are seeking caring, supportive and flexible people to fill four vacancies in South Lakeland. We are looking for two full time staff to work weekdays, evenings and weekends and two part time staff to work weekends only. As a Lifestyle Co-ordinator you will work with a variety of customers both in the community and individuals homes. You will provide support with daily living skills and enable our customers to be a part of their community. Customers include adults and children with learning and physical disabilities and older adults requiring support in their own homes. Mileage is paid at 25p per mile and travel time will be paid. A full Job Description and Person Specification is available at www.oakleatrust.co.uk/jobs For further information and an application pack please call 01539 735025. Alternatively send a CV and covering letter to firstname.lastname@example.org
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Cumbria in the running for national enterprise funding Partnership working to address key gaps through the Countywide Enterprise Education group has led to a joint bid to raise the profile of self-employment and entrepreneurship among young people in Cumbria. The bid, co-written by Cumbria County Council and submitted by Furness Enterprise Partnership on behalf of the group, has recently been shortlisted for national funding. If successful, the application will provide nearly £50,000 to inspire, engage, equip and support a new generation of budding young Cumbrian entrepreneurs. Funding will enable five events to take place across Cumbria, organised and run with young local entrepreneurs and partners focusing on entrepreneurship/self-employment as a career option with 1,000 students aged 14-24. Events will include inspirational speakers, workshops developing business ideas, information on funding, support and advice available. A ‘start your own business’ toolkit will also be provided at the events offering tips for setting up in business featuring a student friendly business plan template, useful contacts, websites and publications and video case studies showcasing a diverse range of young Cumbrian entrepreneurs to inspire young people to consider starting a business. A student countywide Enterprise Competition to plan/design innovative products/ services with seed funding and mentorship for the winners will also be launched with the funding. Lead applicant, Furness Enterprise Partnership, has 22 years’ experience of delivering successful business support/entrepreneurship programmes. While the Furness Enterprise Partnership has submitted the bid on behalf of the group, the scheme is a collaborative effort involving Cumbria County Council, local entrepreneurs, schools, sixth-forms, further education colleges, The University of Cumbria, enterprise agencies and Inspira - who provided letters of support for the bid. Furness Enterprise Partnership said: “We are delighted to have reached this stage. Not only will the project “inspire, engage, equip and support a new generation of budding Cumbrian Entrepreneurs”, but it will also showcase the talent and knowledge of current young entrepreneurs and raise the profile of enterprise in Cumbria.” Councillor Anne Burns, Cumbria County Council’s cabinet member for Children’s Services, said: If successful it will make a massive difference to enterprise education in the county and could help nurture a new generation of business stars. I’m delighted Cumbria County Council has played a key role in developing the submission by bringing different organisations together and shaping the application.”
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