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Several exciting opportunities have arisen for individuals with a background in investigation and loss prevention, covering the South and South West of the country.

The posts will be on a self-employed retainer basis with a guaranteed 10 days per month and will include customer visits and supplementing loss prevention investigations and operations for one of the UK’s biggest private companies.  Customer service is key to these roles.

Full training and transport will be provided.

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Process Servers required Nationwide

We are a nationwide award winning organisation providing services to victims of domestic violence and abuse. Our work specialises in obtaining court injunctions.

We have recently established a process serving department, NCDV ASSIST Process serving and we have rapidly become the largest process servers in the country.

http://www.ncdv.org.uk/news/

We are seeking for more process servers to join our team and serve the orders we procure.

You will be supplied with the orders to serve, a description and last known whereabouts of the respondent, usually this will be within 40 minutes from your home. Your job is to personally serve the documents.

You will need your own transport, computer and printer, access to a fax machine or scanner and a mobile phone.

You need to be able to follow our standard procedure and produce a sworn affidavit, for which templates will be provided.

It is very unlikely that you will be exposed to any dangerous situations, but the ability to think on your feet, work in a timely fashion to deadlines and be accurate with your written statements is essential.

The work is paid at a rate £60- £80 per job and you will operate as a self employed person responsible for your own expenses and income tax payments.

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Please include a CV with you address where you reside.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

KENT AND ESSEX INSHORE FISHERIES AND CONSERVATION AUTHORITY

Inshore Fisheries and Conservation Officer (Senior Enforcement)

Grade KR8 £23,991 to £27,494per annum

Location: Brightlingsea, Essex

Full Time Permanent Contract

Could you protect the waters around the Kent & Essex coast – including marine habitats and fish stocks - by upholding key legislation?

About the role

In this varied role, you’ll tackle a range of work centred on marine enforcement. You’ll ensure that anyone fishing in the Kent & Essex IFCA district complies with the Marine & Coastal Access Act and other marine, environmental and sea fisheries legislation. You will be expected to be the lead officer in gathering evidence and in conducting interviews when infringements are suspected, as well as building case files for prosecutions and developing a strategy for risk based enforcement for the Authority. As part of this process you will coordinate all referrals of suspected offences and liaise with other officers in directing patrols to ensure compliance of legislation around the district.

You will work closely with a range of contacts and stakeholders, carrying out inspections; collecting and recording data; and giving advice and guidance. Day-to-day, you could be doing anything from monitoring fish landings to carrying out surveys of fish stocks and habitats.

About you

To join us, you must have enthusiasm for the marine environment and a knowledge of marine issues and the fishing industry together with a strong drive to enforce rules protecting fish stocks, marine habitats and marine wildlife. You will have had experience in investigating offences and preparing case files, and the confidence to carry forward prosecutions for the Authority.  You’ll combine this with good communication skills, an organised approach and a gift for teamwork and collaboration. Crucially, you must be ready to work some unsocial hours (e.g. weekends and at night) and be physically capable of carrying out practical work both on the shore and at sea.

The first round interviews for this post will be held week commencing 24 October 2016 in Brightlingsea, Essex

For further information and to download an application form please visit our website: www.kentandessex-ifca.gov.uk.

Closing date for applications: 5 October 2016

 

 

Collection Technician

Our vision has been to continually strive for excellence and raise the standards within our industry sector. We want to create the template on how things should be done and ultimately lead by example for others to follow.

Our vision includes our people, we want our people to enjoy coming to work and take pride in the services they provide. Therefore, we recruit, train and retain people who uphold and enhance our vision and continuously strive for excellence.

You are expected to carry out Alcohol & Drug testing in line with Company protocols and procedures. You are to maintain the high level of service delivery to Hampton Knight and its clients, which ensures an effective and competent service.

We currently have opportunities for Alcohol & Drug Collection Technicians to join our team in the following regions:

  • Scotland - (Aberdeen/Invergordon/Scrabster (Caithness)/Lerwick/Shetland

Responsibilities can include:

  • Ensure collection of accurate information using the relevant paperwork
  • Carry out alcohol & drug testing, against Hampton Knight and Network Rail standards
  • Undertake inspection, correct use, storage and maintenance requirements of all equipment and resources provided by Hampton Knight, used in connection with work activities
  • Maintain confidentiality regarding any information and material handled in line with legal and statutory requirements as well as Hampton Knight needs
  • Some travel may be within our fleet of mobile screening vans
  • Travel is an expectation of this role within a two-hour radius from your home location
  • You are required to offer us regular availability and your hours of work are to be regarded as flexible.

The ideal candidate will hold the following skills and experiences:

  • Excellent communication and customer service skills
  • Valid driving license
  • Be available for scheduled or last minute work
  • Experience is not essential as training is provided
  • IT literate
  • Confident with working automatously and travelling
  • Motivated and enthusiastic

This is an ad-hoc permanent role. Travel within a two-hour radius is expected within this role.

In return you will receive competitive rates of pay plus travel expenses.

If you want to join a company that values its people, please send your CV to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Self-Employed people ENGLAND, SCOTLAND & WALES
Part Time: earn £10 – £21 per hour (varies by region)

Enjoy the flexibility and freedom of being a self-employed handyman/woman without the hassle and cost of setting it up from scratch.

Q: Are you skilled in DIY and home or garden maintenance?

Q: Do you like helping people?

Choosewhen and where you work.Planyour work around your life.Getreliable monthly pay.

We are looking for retired officers who enjoy getting out into the real world, who are happy to work independently and who are punctual and reliable. All members are expected to come with extensive home DIY experience and will be required to supply two references relating to practical or maintenance skills.

Handymen/women can either cover General Skills; such as putting up shelves, blinds and curtains, building flat pack furniture, hanging pictures and changing light bulbs or if you have relevant required qualifications you can focus on one or more of our Specialist Areas such as plumbing, heating or electrical works.

Handymen/women do not require any qualifications, however those with current formal accreditation (such as electrical, plumbing or gas) will enjoy increased pay in line with their trade.

We will

• Advertise your services online and in print media
• Supply you with advertising materials for local promotion
• Orchestrate National group marketing campaigns
• Take your calls, manage your customers and log bookings
• Give you centralised support, back-up and assistance
• Pay for your Enhanced DBS Check
• Provide card payment facilities to your clients and issue invoices on your behalf

You provide

• Tools
• Transport
• Expertise
• Insurance

We are bringing new levels of integrity, peace of mind and customer service to the handyman/woman sector and we need good, solid, reliable people to help us to do this.

Click here for full details of our handyman services. 

If you wish to apply to join or to learn more about opportunities at Trust in Blue please complete the form at www.trustinblue.com/careers and someone will contact you with information.

 

 

Logging Technicians

The role is in various locations around Woking, Luton and Harlow areas.

RPS Group is a leading multi-disciplinary consultancy, employing over 5,000 staff worldwide.  

Our Water business employs around 1000 staff and has been providing services to the water industry since 1993. Working on all of the UK water and sewerage companies and most of the water only companies, our services include water networks management; leakage consultancy; waste water network management; software solutions; utility, land and building surveying; design; water resources and efficiency advice; and flood risk and water environment consultancy.

As the leading provider of leakage detection services, we have attractive opportunities for Logging Technicians to join our team supporting Affinity Water in meeting their challenging leakage management objectives.

As a Logging Technician you will perform a vital role supporting the Leakage team to ensure they receive the data they need to identify areas of leakage. As well as being able to manage your work load, you will cover a large area deploying, retrieving, downloading and interpreting data from acoustic noise loggers. Occasional night work will be required.

We are keen to hear from candidates with a flexible ‘can do’ attitude and who possess the following attributes:

  • Health and Safety awareness with the ability to understand and communicate safe working instructions
  • Computer literate
  • Ability to communicate effectively at all levels inclusive of customers and external contractors
  • Excellent time management with ability to manage own workload
  • Ability to interpret data and communicate accordingly.

Applicants must possess the following certification (training will be available for the right candidates):

  • NRWSA Operative Unit 2
  • EUSR – Water Hygiene
  • Full UK Driving Licence.

This is an exciting opportunity to join a reputable Company who are proud to offer career progression, the opportunity for development and the scope to obtain recognised qualifications whilst gaining a wealth of experience.

We offer an attractive salary with many other benefits, including:

  • Opportunity to work overtime (dependant on the requirements of the client), for which attractive rates are offered
  • Attractive night work allowances
  • 20 days annual leave plus bank holidays (28 days total)
  • Contributory pension scheme
  • Employee assistance program
  • Company Share Incentive Plan
  • Childcare voucher scheme.

If you would like to be considered for this position, please email your CV and a covering letter to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

NDORS Trainers – Fluent in Welsh

National Speed Awareness Course (NSAC)

TTC Group, are the UK’s pioneers in learning and development and recently won the accolade of Shropshire Business of the Year 2016. We are at an exciting stage of our growth and development plans. Serving both the private and public sector markets.

At TTC Group, our mission is to improve lives by providing safer communities by reducing risk through creative and innovative solutions. To do this we need to have the right people, who are as passionate as we are about ensuring our customers are delighted with their experience.

As part of our ongoing Growth Plan, we are seeking to broaden our training panel who deliver courses to over 350,000 people each year throughout the UK.

We are currently looking to increase our training panel who deliver National Speed Awareness Courses in the Welsh Language in the following areas of Wales:

Conwy (County Borough)

Bangor (Gwynedd)

Ffestiniog (Gwynedd)

Mold (Flintshire)

St Asaph (Denbighshire)

What is the National Speed Awareness Course?

The National Speed Awareness Course is offered to drivers as an alternative to prosecution for an alleged speeding offence. Drivers are referred to the scheme by participating Police Authorities.

The course is a half-day (4 hour) theory based workshop designed to help drivers recognise speed limits, address the reasons for speeding and provide them with information to help reduce the likelihood of speeding in the future. Completing the workshop means that drivers will not have to pay the Fixed Penalty Notice nor will they get penalty points on their licence.

The course is delivered to a national model as prescribed by the National Driver Offender Retraining Scheme (NDORS) regulatory body. NDORS licence Service Providers to deliver the course content to the national model. Trainers are required to deliver the course prescribed in the national model.

Qualifications / Experience:

  • A nationally recognised qualification in delivering training
  • At least one year’s experience of delivering learning or training in a one to one or one to many setting.

Fees:

From £75.00 to £100.00 for 4 hour course, usually 2 courses are ran each day.

How to Apply:

Please visit our vacancy section on our website and complete the Expression of Interest https://www.ttc-uk.com/vacancies/ttc-trainer/

 

Collection Technician

Our vision has been to continually strive for excellence and raise the standards within our industry sector. We want to create the template on how things should be done and ultimately lead by example for others to follow.

Our vision includes our people, we want our people to enjoy coming to work and take pride in the services they provide. Therefore, we recruit, train and retain people who uphold and enhance our vision and continuously strive for excellence.

You are expected to carry out Alcohol & Drug testing in line with Company protocols and procedures. You are to maintain the high level of service delivery to Hampton Knight and its clients, which ensures an effective and competent service.

We currently have opportunities for Alcohol & Drug Collection Technicians to join our team in the following regions:

  • Ireland (Limerick, Donegal)
  • Plymouth (Exeter/Torquay)
  • Sheffield/Leeds
  • Telford
  • Oxford
  • Cardiff

Responsibilities can include:

  • Ensure collection of accurate information using the relevant paperwork
  • Carry out alcohol & drug testing, against Hampton Knight and Network Rail standards
  • Undertake inspection, correct use, storage and maintenance requirements of all equipment and resources provided by Hampton Knight, used in connection with work activities
  • Maintain confidentiality regarding any information and material handled in line with legal and statutory requirements as well as Hampton Knight needs
  • Some travel may be within our fleet of mobile screening vans
  • Travel is an expectation of this role within a two-hour radius from your home location
  • You are required to offer us regular availability and your hours of work are to be regarded as flexible.

The ideal candidate will hold the following skills and experiences:

  • Excellent communication and customer service skills
  • Valid driving license
  • Be available for scheduled or last minute work
  • Experience is not essential as training is provided
  • IT literate
  • Confident with working automatously and travelling
  • Motivated and enthusiastic

This is an ad-hoc permanent role. Travel within a two-hour radius is expected within this role.

In return you will receive competitive rates of pay plus travel expenses.

If you want to join a company that values its people, please send your CV to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

The Role

Occupational Health Technician

Full-time, London

Monday – Friday, 08.30am until 16.30pm

Competitive salary of £22-24K per annum & benefits

Mileage contribution of £0.45 per mile

The Company

Our vision has been to continually strive for excellence and raise the standards within our industry sector. We want to create the template on how things should be done and ultimately lead by example for others to follow.

Our vision includes our people, we want our people to enjoy coming to work and take pride in the services they provide. Therefore, we recruit, train and retain people who uphold and enhance our vision and continuously strive for excellence.

We have an exciting opportunity available for an Occupational Health Technician to join our growing Clinical Services Team.

Responsibilities can include:

  • Working across various client sites from a number of different industry sectors carrying out health surveillance assessments using both electronic and manual Occupational Health equipment including; audiometry, spirometry, vision, skin surveillance, height, weight, blood pressure etc.
  • Ensure collection of accurate information using our internal system
  • Carry out alcohol & drug testing, against Hampton Knight and Network Rail standards
  • Undertake inspection, correct use, storage and maintenance requirements of all equipment and resources provided by Hampton Knight, used in connection with work activities
  • Opportunity to conduct health promotion and raise general health awareness and encouraging lifestyle changes to clients and workers where appropriate
  • Some travel may be within our fleet of fully equipped mobile screening vans
  • Travel is an expectation of this role within a two hour radius from your home location, at times travel may exceed this radius requiring a degree of flexibility

The ideal candidate will hold the following skills and experiences:

  • Excellent communication and customer service skills
  • Due to the nature of the role a full valid driving licence will be required
  • Experience in the Occupational Health sector is not essential as training is provided
  • IT literate
  • Confident with working automatously and travelling
  • Motivated and enthusiastic

This is a full-time permanent role. On-going support and career development will be provided within an interesting and rewarding field.

If you want to join a company that values its people, please send your CV to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

 

Zero Hours Seasonal Sample Collecting Officers

Locations: Swansea, Newport, Cardiff, Manchester, Birmingham, Rugeley, Wednesbury, Dunfermline, Gourock, Hemel Hempstead, St Albans, Milton Keynes, Luton, Leicester, Peterborough, Banbury, Basildon, Bristol,

Bournemouth, Falkirk, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Felixstowe, Maidstone, Weybridge, Sheffield, Southampton, Exeter, London, Brighton, Worthing

Salary: The hourly rate starts at £11.00 per hour on a Zero Hour Contract

Type of Contract: Seasonal - Zero Contract Hours

Company: Alere Toxicology Plc

Our global leading client is looking for Sample Collecting Officers - Drug and Alcohol Testing, covering the above locations. As part of a team you will be responsible for helping companies manage the impact of drugs and alcohol in the workplace.

This key role requires candidates to carry out Drug and Alcohol pre- employment testing for workplace customers, requiring excellent customer service skills and a professional manner.

They are looking for people who have the following skills and experience:

  • Excellent customer facing skills
  • Methodical in your approach to work
  • Attention to detail
  • Excellent time management
  • Diplomatic and reliable
  • Professional appearance
  • Must have own mobile phone and email
  • Must have full driving license and use of a car
  • Flexibility with coverage across the team


Shift patterns:
To conduct collections mainly during office hours, with the provision of working evenings and weekends as per business needs.

Full training and on-going support provided.

How to Apply

If you have the skills for this role or you know someone who is interested in this positionplease email a copy of your CV to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

We welcome applications from people who live outside of these recruiting areas.

If you do not hear from us within 14 days you have not been successful.

 

Who Are Engage Services?

Founded in 1999, Engage (formally Chase Solutions) was originally formed to service the deregulation of the utility industry. Making a strong impression in the market place, the company was acquired by a high street bank followed by a leading debt collection agency in 2007.  Since 2013, Engage has been owned and run by its own, independent management team and has diversified into many different markets.  Now a well-established business with over 70 employees and large network of over 800 active field agents covering the UK and Ireland, Engage are the UK’s field service specialists. We are constantly striving to improve our service and to that end are now looking to recruit to be able to meet the demand of new businesses employing ours services.

Situations Vacant at Engage Services Ltd

For more information about Engage Services Ltd visit www.engageltd.co.uk         

Document Handling Services – Self Employed Field Agent

The role is a strictly non-sales, self-employed role. You will be attending pre-arranged appointments on behalf of legal and financial companies to complete documentation accurately and return it promptly. The appointments will normally take place at the client’s home. To be successful you will need to have good interpersonal skills, organisational skills, a keen eye for detail and be able to provide a smart and professional service. Experience is not necessary as training will be provided. The appointments are available on an ad-hoc basis and suitable for flexible working. We have agents working full time and on an occasional basis to suit their needs. This role fits well with the retired officer looking for an additional income stream without being committed to set hours of work. We have positions available throughout the country.

Warrant Officers – Self Employed

Based in the field within geographical regions, the role involves face to face contact with our client’s customers as well as working alongside 3rd party providers including locksmiths, MOPs and dog handlers as appropriate in order to carry out the execution right of entry warrants that have been obtained through the local magistrate / sheriff’s court.

You will be attending court with information obtained via a previous PDV / PWV in order to obtain a right of entry warrants under the Gas Act 1986 (as amended) and / or the Electricity Act 1989 (as amended) and Section 2 of the Rights of Entry (Gas and Electricity Boards) Act 1954 (as amended).

Full training is provided

Office based roles – Darwen, Lancs.

Diary Coordinator - Employed

Front line telecommunications point of contact for clients, customers and agents, responsible for ensuring key information is relayed between all the necessary parties and ensuring that the highest levels of customer service are observed. The successful individual will be a strong team player but with the initiative to make their own decisions and follow these through in an enthusiastic and decisive manner.

Starting salary £15,000 P/A

Essential Requirements: Field Roles

Driving licence and own Vehicle, Smart phone with good quality camera, printing facilities and a CRB/DBS check will also be needed at the acceptance stage.

If you are interested in joining the team please forward your CV to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.    or visit  www.engageltd.co.uk for more details

 

 

Job title: Security Officer
Post Ref No:R0364
College: Professional Services
Department: Security

Salary: £18,212 - £20,989

Grade: D

Campus: City, Clifton and Brackenhurst

The Security department at Nottingham Trent University (NTU) has built an excellent record of preventing crime and facilitating emergency situations, to ensure that our campuses are some of the safest in the UK.

Working alongside a strong and multi-skilled team, the successful applicant will be heavily involved in overseeing the safety and security of over 30,000 students, 4,000 members of staff across 3 campuses.

The selected candidates will be a good communicator with excellent prioritisation skills, strong attention to detail who is flexible and pragmatic.

It is essential that successful candidate has good IT skills and is able to adapt to using new software and systems. Experience of working in a law enforcement, security, or military background is useful, but not essential.

A practical knowledge of the Freedom of Information, Data Protection and Diversity and Equality awareness are also key to the role.

New members of the security team will receive excellent training opportunities to equip themselves with both the skills you need for your role and personal development. They will interact with a variety of people from different backgrounds.

For further job details and information, please refer to the job description and person specification documents.

If you have any specific queries in relation to this position, please contact Courtney Morgan, Security and Operations Administrator, on +44 (0)115 848 2154, or via emailThis email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. All applications must be made through the NTU website- www.ntu.ac.uk/vacancies, we are unable to accept any direct applications.

Successful applicants will usually be appointed to the base of the advertised salary grade, except in justifiable circumstances

Please note this role does not meet the UK Border Agency requirements for sponsorship.  Nottingham Trent University is unable to apply for sponsorship for any applicant not eligible to work in the UK and therefore we cannot progress applications from candidates who require sponsorship under the Points Based Immigration System.

 

         

 

 

 

 

 

Part-time ONS Interviewer Vacancies

  • Are you interested in part time work?
  • Do you like meeting and talking to new people?
  • Do you want to carry out vital data collection to shape future policies?

In Field Recruitment we have ongoing vacancies for 3 Field Forces. 

Field Interviewers throughout  England Scotland and Wales. 

International Passenger Survey Interviewers at Airports and Docks. 

Telephone Interviewers based at Titchfield Hampshire. 

If our current vacancies are not in your area please continue to look as we continually recruit across the country. 

For details of all of our current vacancies and instructions on how to apply online for a post, visit the Civil Service Jobs website at: civilservicejobs

  

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