Opportunities


ID
7790
Posted
18/09/2018
Organisation
Campus Jobs - University of Lincoln
Location
University Library, Brayford Pool
Description

The Library’s Academic Writing Support service is looking for two current University of Lincoln post-graduate students to provide writing advice to students.

The Academic Writing Support team helps students of all disciplines and all levels to develop their writing. This includes giving verbal feedback on assignment format and structure, paragraph structure, introductions, conclusions and critical analysis. You can see our website here http://lncn.eu/ahwx

You will hold an evening drop-in from 17.00 -20.00 one evening per week, either Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday (to be agreed).

You will discuss constructive approaches to academic assignments with students of all disciplines and levels.

You will understand the limits of your role and experience and refer students to other members of the team or other teams in the Library and University.

Person requirements

  • Post-graduate student at the University of Lincoln  (E)
  • Native competence in written and spoken English (E)
  • Excellent communication skills (E)
  • Experience in one-to-one coaching or mentoring (E)
  • Experience in working as part of a team (D)
  • Ability to relate to a diverse student body (E) 
  • Commitment to supporting students including respect for confidentiality (E)
  • Consistent and reliable: able to keep appointments and follow procedures (E)

This is a temporary post.  7 weeks from approx. late October to early December 2018 and 10 weeks from approx. February to  April 2019

 

Please email your CV and covering letter, outlining your relevant experience, to [email protected]. If you would like to discuss the post, please email Judith Elkin [email protected] or ring Judith Elkin on 01522 839441

Closing date: Sunday 7th October.

Interviews: Wednesday 17th October between 10.00-16.00

Positions
2
Duration
3 hrs p/w
Salary
£12.09 p/h
Advert Closes
07/10/2018

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ID
7733
Posted
18/09/2018
Organisation
Campus Jobs - University of Lincoln
Location
University of Lincoln and Bishop Grosseteste University plus some working from home/library
Description

Vacancy / Job title: Research Higher Project Support

Department: Lincoln Higher Education Research Institute

 

The Research Higher Project has been funded by the LiNCHigher Project. LiNCHigher is the Lincolnshire strand of the HEFCE (now OfS) funded National Collaborative Outreach Programme (NCOP).

Research Higher aims to contribute to widening participation by offering an engaging outreach activity which provides participants with a well-rounded experience of Higher Education life.

A secondary aim of the project is to train participants to act as insider researchers, collecting valuable data exploring hard to reach community attitudes to Higher Education.

We are seeking 3 PhD students to support two programmes of the Research Higher Project.

Research Higher will invite FE pupils to engage with eight weeks of workshops to help them to develop research skills, build their confidence, raise their aspirations and then to complete a research project within their communities exploring attitudes to HE.

Project Supporters will attend lectures delivered by academics to approximately 75 FE pupils. The pupils will then split into three groups of approximately 25 and we are recruiting three candidates one to cover each group. The Project Supporters will be responsible for ensuring that participants have understood the course content and for guiding them through completion of a companion folder. The PhD students will be responsible for assisting the pupils in developing and carrying out their research projects and ensuring that these relate to the aims of the Research Higher project.

The successful candidates will be required to attend and lead on four sessions (three at UoL and one at BGU) and to be available by email to support participants through four blended learning sessions in their schools and the research phase.

Successful candidates will also have the opportunity to consult on the course design and to participate in many aspects of the project. Full briefing and training will be provided and throughout the post the project coordinator and an academic will be available to support you in completing your role. There will also be the opportunity to receive support in completing an application for Associate Fellowship (D1) of the Higher Education Academy, now part of Advance HE.

The hours for this post are to be finalised but the workshops are likely to take place 12-3pm on Wednesday afternoons and with 1 hour planning time Numer of paid hours per day per student: 4 hours excluding breaks.

Positions
3
Duration
Temporary / Ad hoc
Salary
£8.47 p/h.
Application
Please email a covering letter outlining your relevant experience and your CV to Ali Brumhead, Project Coordinator… [email protected]

Application closing date: 27th September 2018
Advert Closes
27/09/2018

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ID
7789
Posted
13/09/2018
Organisation
Red Carpet Ready
Location
Lincoln
Description

Red Carpet Ready are the UK’s largest Dress Specialists located in their £1m shopping venue located 8 minutes from Lincoln City Centre. We have won New Business of the Year, we are the Winners of Prom Queen on Channel 5 and just recently been shortlisted for UK Independent Womenswear Retailer of the Year.

As we head into the forth-coming prom season and continue to expand at a rapid rate, we are looking to extend our Award Winning Team. We want the best of the best and committed applicants, who will continue to WOW our customers! In return you will join a very fun team and be extremely well rewarded and valued for the results that you achieve! Excellent rates of pay and staff benefits offered, we offer some of the most competitive pay rates within the retail sector of Lincolnshire.

Our Sales Advisors must have a passion for fashion and the ability to provide a personal shopper experience in a very busy environment. You must be able to maximise sales and ensure that we maintain our excellence in customer service at all times.

This role requires someone who is confident and outgoing whilst being able to deal with multiple appointments, offering a personal shopper experience. It is key that your image fits with our brand, we want someone who loves fashion and is very well presented. We want people who thrives on a very busy working environment and likes the buzz of helping find prom girls and celebrities alike, their dream dress.

TYPE OF PERSON WE ARE LOOKING FOR

  • Outgoing, friendly and confident.
  • Must have a passion for fashion.
  • Thrive in a business driven environment.
  • Look well-presented and groomed.
  • Works well under pressure in a busy, demanding environment.

HOURS

  • Red Carpet Ready are open 7 days a week until 9pm, our busiest times are evenings and weekends. This role can be worked around: studying, full-time employment, child-care and University. Since the business model is seasonal, we have both peak and non-peak months. Our peak season runs October-Mid May and our non-peak season runs May-End of September.
  • We require applicants that can work at least ONE weekend day and ONE week day/night at minimum (normally Monday-Wednesday). This commitment will be consistent between October and the end of May. If you just want to work our prom season (October-May) that’s fine, if you want continual work that’s also fine.
  • School Holiday’s are a very busy time for us at Red Carpet Ready, if you cannot commit to them that’s fine, but if you can work them that’s a bonus! There are lots of extra hours available across all of the School Holiday’s.
  • Weekly rotas would be pre-agreed and based around customer demand, customer deliveries and retail resource requirements.
  • Evening shifts could be 15:30 – 21:30 or 17:30-21:30. You can work up to 3 evenings per week if you cannot commit to weekends.
  • There will be the opportunity for more work including School Holidays, when shipments arrive and when additional retail resource is required. There’s opportunities to work as much as you’d want to!

PAY PACKAGE

  • Very competitive rates of pay £7.50 - £16.80 per hour dependent on age and skills set.
  • Bonus scheme and incentives (during Peak Periods)
  • Part time shifts covering evenings, weekends and days.
  • Staff Discounts/Staff Days Out.
  • We are a fun, friendly team to work with – work hard, play hard ethic!

INTERESTED? APPLY NOW!

Please follow these Guidelines carefully:-

  • Apply now to [email protected] with your CV and a cover letter, including address and telephone number(s).
  • The cover letter MUST include why you would be suitable to join our award winning team within Retail Sales, why you believe you are perfect for this job and what interests you about Red Carpet Ready.
  • Include what hours you will be willing to commit to across days, evenings, weekends and School Holidays. (if you can work School Holidays that is.)
Advert Closes
04/10/2018

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ID
7788
Posted
13/09/2018
Organisation
Red Carpet Ready
Description

ROLE OVERVIEW

Red Carpet Ready are the UK’s largest Dress Specialists situated in their £1m shopping venue located 8 minutes from Lincoln City Centre. We have won New Business of the Year, we are the Winners of Prom Queen on Channel 5 and just recently been shortlisted for UK Independent Womenswear Retailer of the Year.

As we head into the forth-coming prom season and continue to expand at a rapid rate, we are looking to extend our Award Winning Team. We want the best of the best and committed applicants, who will continue to WOW our customers! You must be confident, fun, outgoing. This job does not suit shy and unconfident girls as you will be customer facing. In return you will join a very fun team and be extremely well rewarded and valued for the results that you achieve! Excellent rates of pay and staff benefits offered.

Our Junior Retails Staff are normally 15-17 years old, they must have a passion for fashion and the ability to work efficiently in a very busy environment. They must be able to think fast on your feet, whilst ensuring that we maintain our excellence in customer service at all times. The role of Junior Retails Staff includes; cleaning, dressing mannequins, the showrooms and changing rooms are perfect, replenishing stock and to ensure rails are neat, tidy and presentable. Your job role is to assist stylists, be proactive and work at a fast pace. Our aim is to train and develop Junior staff into Senior Sales staff as they progress.

This role requires someone who is confident and outgoing. It is key that your image fits with our brand, we want someone who loves fashion and is very well presented. We want people who thrive on a very busy working environment and likes the buzz of helping find prom girls and celebrities alike, their dream dress.

TYPE OF PERSON WE ARE LOOKING FOR

  • Outgoing, friendly and confident.
  • Works well within a team but also has the initiative to work on their own.
  • Must have a passion for fashion.
  • Thrive in a business driven environment.
  • Look well-presented and groomed.
  • Works well under pressure in a busy, demanding environment.

HOURS

  • Red Carpet Ready are open 7 days a week until 9pm, our busiest times are evenings and weekends. This role can be worked around: studying, sixth-form and School hours. Since the business model is seasonal, we have both peak and non-peak months. Our peak season runs October-June and our non-peak season runs June – end of September.
  • We require applicants that can work at least ONE weekend day and ONE week day/night at minimum. This commitment will be consistent between October and the end of May. If you just want to work our prom season (October-June) that’s fine, if you want continual work that’s also fine.
  • Weekly rotas would be pre-agreed and based around customer demand, customer deliveries and retail resource requirements.
  • Evening shifts could be 15:30 – 21:30 or 17:30-21:30. You can work up to 3 evenings per week if you cannot commit to weekends.
  • There will be the opportunity for more work including School Holidays, when shipments arrive and when additional retail resource is required.

PAY PACKAGE

  • Very competitive rates of pay £4.20 - £7.50 per hour dependent on age and skills set. The more efficient you are in your job role the more your pay will increase.
  • Bonus scheme and incentives.
  • Part time shifts covering days, evenings & weekends.
  • Staff Discounts/Staff Days Out.
  • Promotion Opportunity.
  • We are a fun, friendly team to work with – work hard, play hard ethic!

INTERESTED? APPLY NOW!

Please follow these Guidelines carefully:-

  • Apply now to [email protected] with your CV and a cover letter.
  • The cover letter MUST include why you would be suitable to join our award winning team within Retail Sales, why you believe you are perfect for this job and what interests you about Red Carpet Ready.
  • Include what hours you will be willing to commit to across days, evenings, weekends and School Holidays.
  • Include TWO recent pictures including one full length on your Application.
Advert Closes
04/10/2018

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ID
7787
Posted
13/09/2018
Organisation
Red Carpet Ready
Location
Lincoln
Description

Red Carpet Ready are the UK’s largest Dress Specialists situated in their £1m shopping venue located 8 minutes from Lincoln City Centre. We have recently won New Business of the Year, we are the Winners of Prom Queen on Channel 5 and just recently have been shortlisted for UK Independent Womenswear Retailer of the Year.

As we head into the forth-coming prom season and continue to expand at a rapid rate, we are looking to extend our Award Winning Team. We want the best of the best and committed applicants. In return you will join a very fun team and be extremely well rewarded and valued for the results that you achieve! Excellent rates of pay and staff benefits offered.

Our Bookings Co-ordinators must have a strong and charismatic/fun telephone manner who will WOW our customers from the point of contact. You will have a strong presence on the telephone, whilst being able to communicate over the phone efficiently, politely and clearly. You must be able to communicate in a clear and precise manner to avoid any issues arising around their appointment or collection of dress.

This role requires someone who is confident, outgoing and passionate, whilst being able to hold a friendly and clear telephone manner. We want people who thrive on a very busy working environment and likes the buzz of taking and making large volumes of phone calls.

TYPE OF PERSON WE ARE LOOKING FOR

  • Outgoing, efficient and pro-active individual.
  • Outstanding communication skills.
  • Has a clear, friendly and confident telephone manner.
  • Thrive in a business driven environment.
  • Works well under pressure in a busy, demanding environment.

WHAT ARE THE HOURS?

  • Red Carpet Ready are open 7 days a week from 9am - 9pm. This role can be worked around: studying, full-time employment, childcare and University. Since the business model is seasonal, we have both peak and non-peak months. Our peak season runs October-June and our non-peak season runs June - end of September.
  • The hours can work for whatever is best for you, this commitment will be consistent between October and May/June. If you just want to work our prom season (October-June) that’s fine, if you want continual work that’s also fine.
  • Weekly rotas would be pre-agreed and based around customer demand, customer deliveries and retail resource requirements.
  • Evening shifts could be 15:30/16:00 – 21:30 or 17:30-21:30. You can work up to 3 days/evenings per week if you cannot commit to weekends. Our evening shifts are popular as school girls normally come straight from school.
  • We are fully flexible around the days/weekends and evenings you can work. This job can work alongside: childcare and full-time employment.
  • There will be the opportunity for more work including School Holidays, when shipments arrive and when additional retail resource is required.

PAY PACKAGE

  • Very competitive rates of pay £7.50 - £10 per hour.
  • Part time shifts covering days, evenings and weekends.
  • Staff Discounts/Staff Days Out.
  • We are a fun, friendly team to work with – work hard, play hard ethic!

INTERESTED? APPLY NOW!

Please follow these Guidelines carefully:-

  • Apply now to [email protected] with your CV and a cover letter.
  • The cover letter MUST include why you would be suitable to join our award winning team within tele-communication, why you believe you are perfect for this job and what interests you about Red Carpet Ready.
  • Include what hours you will be willing to commit to across days, evenings, weekends and School Holidays.
Advert Closes
04/10/2018

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ID
7786
Posted
13/09/2018
Organisation
Paignton Zoo
Location
Paignton, Devon
Description

Ecology and Conservation

The Whitley Wildlife Conservation Trust, based at Paignton Zoo, owns three nature reserves in South Devon:

Slapton Ley National Nature Reserve - the largest natural lake in south-west England, surrounded by reed beds, marshes and woodland habitat.

Primley Park and Clennon Gorge - both adjacent to Paignton Zoo in Torbay with a variety of grassland and woodland habitats.

The Field Conservation and Research Department is responsible for managing the Paignton reserves, monitoring wildlife populations and conducting ecological research at all three sites. The Department also conducts conservation research in other parts of southwest UK and overseas.

Placements students will be primarily carrying out ecological research on any of these reserves plus the zoo site.

 

PAST PROJECTS

Several students have received BES small project grants and achieved awards, including best speaker at the Annual BIAZA Research Symposium. Past projects include:

- Territory mapping of the European badger (Meles meles) on a zoo site.

- Using yellow rattle Rhinanthus minor as a meadow restoration tool.

- Biology and habitat requirements of strapwort Corrigiola litoralis, an endangered plant of the Slapton Ley shoreline.

- Feeding preferences of bumblebees on species rich grassland.

- The use of linear features by bats in response to habitat and artificial lighting

 

POTENTIAL PROJECTS

Recent topics for research include meadow restoration in Primley Park, conservation grazing of Clennon plateau, bat foraging in the zoo and reintroduction projects for strapwort and hazel dormice. We also carry out regular monitoring of various populations such as butterflies, reptiles and bats within the reserves and Paignton Zoo site. Research projects will fall within these broad areas.

 

POST DESCRIPTION

The posts are exciting opportunities to learn ecological research and monitoring techniques in the field. You will also be trained in other transferable skills such as conference speaking. You will agree an individual training plan and have a full training record when you leave.

You will be a member of the Field Conservation and Research Department and you will spend the majority of your time collecting, analysing and interpreting data as part of high quality research projects and carrying out ongoing ecological monitoring on the zoo and reserve sites.

You will also be expected to be an active member of the Department and WWCT generally, which may involve helping with other UK conservation projects, giving talks to school groups, presenting at conferences and meetings, etc.

? Posts are offered on a voluntary basis.

? Most posts are for 6 months during the Spring/Summer. However, occasionally 10-12 month placements are available starting in September.

? The working week is 35hrs and times are flexible depending on the needs of particular projects. There are 20 days holiday p.a. pro rata

? Free accommodation is available for a small number of posts based at Paignton Zoo and is allocated at the discretion of the WWCT. Other reasonably priced accommodation is available close to the zoos.

 

FIELD CONSERVATION AND RESEARCH DEPARTMENT

The experience and expertise of the Field Conservation and Research Department members is extensive and diverse. Key staff involved in ecology and conservation are:

Dr Tracey Hamston – UK Conservation Officer

Dave Ellacott – Reserves Warden

Dr Andrew Bowkett – FCR Programmes Manager

 

HOW TO APPLY

The application form for applying for one our research placements can be found on our website: www.wwct.org.uk/research/placements

There are three application forms on the site: one for advocacy research, one for zoo-based research and one for ecology-based research. Please complete and submit the relevant form.

We also require a one-page covering letter explaining why you would like the placement, which should be sent, by email, to the WWCT Secretary [email protected]

 

The deadline for applications is 9am on Monday 19th November 2018

Interviews will be held during the week commencing 7th January 2019

Advert Closes
19/10/2018

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ID
7785
Posted
13/09/2018
Organisation
Paignton Zoo
Location
Paignton, Devon
Description

Student and voluntary research placement 2019-2020

Zoo-based research

Research in the three zoos is co-ordinated by the Field Conservation and Research Department. The majority of our research is applied, aiming to enhance knowledge and understanding that will lead directly to better practice in all aspects of zoo operations, such as animal husbandry, education delivery and field conservation support. We also sometimes offer opportunities for non-applied research such as investigating the cognitive abilities of different species.

? Applied research themes include environmental enrichment, husbandry training, human-animal interactions and nutrition.

? Non-applied research includes social dynamics, infant development, dominance hierarchies, cognitive understanding and discriminative abilities across a range of zoo species.

? Zoo-based studies may require collection of a variety of data types including behaviour, vocalisations, personality assessment, food intake, temperatures and other environmental data, faecal samples and visitor surveys.

? Zoo-based research involves working closely with other departments in the zoo, particularly the animal, veterinary, education and garden departments.

 

POTENTIAL PROJECTS

? Intensive management for highly threatened bird species

? Investigating behavioural responses of animals to visitor experience events

? Evaluating population management of captive species

? Investigating the behavioural and physiological effect of UVB provision for a range of species

? Evaluating the impact of diet changes in a range of species

? Evaluating the impact of environmental enrichment in a range of species

 

FIELD CONSERVATION AND RESEARCH DEPARTMENT

Field Conservation and Research Department members offer diverse expertise.

Key staff involved in zoo-based research include:

Dr Amy Plowman – Statistics and nutrition

Dr Holly Farmer – Evidence-based husbandry and population management

Dr Kathy Baker – Evidence-based husbandry and animal personality

Dr Joanna Newbolt - Evidence-based husbandry and behavioural patterns

Dr Andrew Bowkett – Links to field conservation

 

POST DESCRIPTION AND DETAILS

Placements provide an exciting opportunity for you to learn more about your specialist subject and how it can be applied in a zoo setting. You will be trained in a variety of research techniques and other transferable skills such as conference speaking. You will agree an individual training plan and be provided with a full training record when you leave.

Whilst at the zoo you will be a member of the Field Conservation and Research Department and will spend the majority of your time collecting, analysing and interpreting data, as part of high quality research projects. You will also be expected to actively contribute to the environmental enrichment, animal training and/or nutrition groups and take part in department and zoo life generally. This can involve giving talks to school groups, presenting at conferences and meetings, helping with on-going projects and general duties.

? Posts are offered on a voluntary basis.

? Most posts are for 10-12 months starting in September. Some 6-month posts are available and may start at other times.

? The working week is 35hrs and times are flexible depending on the needs of particular projects. There are 20 days holiday p.a. pro rata

? Free accommodation is available for a small number of posts based at Paignton Zoo and is allocated at the discretion of the WWCT. Other reasonably priced accommodation is available close to the zoos.

 

HOW TO APPLY

The application form for applying for one our research placements can be found on our website: www.wwct.org.uk/research/placements

There are three application forms on the site: one for zoo-based research, one for ecology-based research and one for advocacy research. Please complete and submit the relevant form.

We also require a one-page covering letter explaining why you would like the placement, which should be sent, by email, to the WWCT Secretary [email protected]

 

The deadline for applications is 9am on Monday 19th November 2018

Interviews will be held during the week commencing 7th January 2019

Advert Closes
19/10/2018

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ID
7784
Posted
13/09/2018
Organisation
Valentine Thomas
Location
London
Description

 

Position:              ASSET MANAGEMENT ANALYST

Location:             London (City)

Duration:             12 months

Salary:                  Competitive Base Salary + Bonus

 

Who we are

Valentine Thomas & Partners is an independent, privately owned Executive Search boutique specialising in the recruitment of senior professionals in the asset management, private banking and alternative investment sectors.

The firm was founded in 2004 by Richard Valentine and Basil Reid Thomas who had previously worked together for a number of years at Whitney Group, where they ran the European Asset Management practice.

 

The Position 

Based at No 1 Cornhill in the heart of the City of London, Valentine Thomas & Partners offers placement students the opportunity to experience at first hand the workings of the international financial system, with a particular focus on the Fund Management sector.

We are familiar with the Industrial Placement programme and over the past 15 years we have taken on a number of students.  For 2019/20 we are looking to hire an additional Analyst to join our growing business, which currently comprises three partners and two researchers, backed up by IT and administrative support. 

We have a number of key clients in the UK and internationally for whom we conduct a wide range of retained assignments to recruit senior individuals within front office roles.  This is a research-intensive process, based on background sector research, intelligence from our knowledge management systems / database and active telephone research in the market.

The key duties of the role would be: -

  • To maintain the integrity of our knowledge management systems, particularly ensuring that all key market news / information is captured and recorded on our database;
  • To assist the consultants in preparing presentation materials for client meetings, by researching / collating relevant background sector data; 
  • To assist the consultants in all aspects of the job, particularly in terms of providing specific desk based research to support the delivery of assignments;

As well as an interest in the financial markets, the successful candidate will ideally be looking to develop a career in either asset management or executive search.  In addition, he/she will have an enquiring mind, strong attention to detail and possess well developed verbal and numerical reasoning skills.  A thorough knowledge of Windows based applications (Outlook, Word, Excel, Powerpoint etc) is essential. You should also be on course for a 2:1 degree in a Business Studies, Management, Finance or Economics related degree.

Applications by 4th January 2019, to include a covering letter and Curriculum Vitae, should be sent to:

Jake Holloway, Asset Management Analyst, [email protected].

Advert Closes
04/01/2019

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ID
7783
Posted
13/09/2018
Organisation
Lincoln Minster School
Location
Lincoln
Description

Required: September 2018

Part Time: 16 hours per week

Hours: 3.45pm to 7pm, Monday to Friday during term time.

 

Lincoln Minster School is an independent, co-educational day and boarding school for students aged 2 to 18. The school is set in the heart of Lincoln’s historic Cathedral quarter.

We are seeking to appoint a Domestic Assistant to join our facilities team and help provide a hygienically clean environment to support the professional operation of the school. You will be responsible for carrying out a range of cleaning duties in accordance with the relevant schedules and instructions from the Domestic Supervisor. These duties must be completed to agreed standards.

This position is term time only but there is a requirement to perform deep cleaning duties during school holiday periods over Christmas, Easter and summer.

 

To apply for the position please click visit: http://www.lincolnminsterschool.co.uk/vacancies

For further information, please contact Gill Eyre, Facilities Administration Manager on 01522 523224.

 

Closing Date: Tuesday 25 September 2018

Lincoln Minster School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and the successful candidate will be subject to an enhanced disclosure through the Disclosure and Barring Service.

Advert Closes
25/09/2018

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ID
7782
Posted
13/09/2018
Organisation
EYG Group
Location
South Hykeham, Lincoln
Description

Here at EYG we are looking to recruit highly motivated individuals to come and join our force of marketing staff

Office based role for Outbound Telephone Marketers

Full and Part time hours

Flexible hours which would fit around school runs, education and other commitments!

Hourly rate + Bonus!

This is an outbound marketing role so a great phone manner is crucial. Must be target driven and have a positive 'can do' mentality. No direct sales involved

Experience is not necessary as full training will be given   

To apply please click here:          https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/726880   

Salary
TBC
Advert Closes
04/10/2018

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ID
7780
Posted
13/09/2018
Organisation
Trent Nursing Agency
Description

Established in 2015, Trent Nursing agency Ltd is a specialist healthcare agency that supports clients and teams in secure services, in both private and NHS settings.

With our specialist knowledge and highly skilled team in this area of health and social care.

We are currently seeking support workers in the Lincolnshire area to work within mental Health & Learning disability services. As a zero hours contracted worker you must be reliable, hardworking and passionate about the industry. This is a great opportunity for people that really want to make a difference.

 

Your role will include:
• Supporting clients with daily living tasks
• Some personal care and physical support
• Supporting the service user with working toward their discharge.
• Working under the supervision and guidance of the multi-disciplinary team
• Managing complex behaviour and risks presented

 

We provide:
• Excellent pay – £9.10 - £14.00 per hour
• Nationwide positions
• Flexible shifts
• Holiday Pay
• Complex & diverse care
• Specialised training
• Appraisals & supervision
• MDT working
• Referral scheme (receive a bonus!)

 

Essential Requirements:
• Good communication skills
• 6 months related experience
• Positive attitude
• All applicants must be willing to undertake a DBS check and PMVA training.

 

If interested please e mail [email protected]

Advert Closes
04/10/2018

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ID
7781
Posted
13/09/2018
Organisation
Campus Jobs - University of Lincoln
Location
The role is based in One Campus Way but will also involve filming in a variety of locations within the University’s campuses.
Description

Please note that this position is only open to current first year undergraduate students at the University of Lincoln.

The role will involve creating or assisting in the production of video content for educational purposes and as student communications via the Student Life blog, social media channels and YouTube channel. The role will also involve assisting with the creation of video content for student-focused projects for University Schools and Departments.

As a Video Support Assistant, you will work alongside other students as part of a team managed by a graduate intern in the Digital Education & Student Life team. Often the role resembles that of a junior position within a production company, co-ordinating with clients to produce video materials which successfully fulfil an agreed brief.

Support and guidance will be provided to help you fulfil the role by the graduate intern who manages the team on a day-to-day basis and members of staff in the wider department. You will also initially be mentored by more experienced students in the team and will be offered various skills development opportunities to supplement what you are learning on your course.

Once you have gained some experience in the role, you will be expected to offer assistance to members of staff across the University, either face-to-face or online, supporting the use of video both in student communications and in teaching and learning, with a particular focus initially on supporting lecture recording.

Tasks may vary to reflect the demands of the academic community at Lincoln and the needs of the Student Life and other projects, but will include:
 
• Liaison with members of staff to produce creative and detailed project briefs.
• Camera work to create teaching and student-focused videos.
• Post-production editing and support.
• Creative input to briefs and ability to deliver projects that meet their briefs efficiently and to deadline.
• Providing support for staff to initiate and record their lectures and/or other events in lecture capture rooms.
• Providing support for staff using lecture recording software outside of the classroom.
• Promotion and awareness raising of Digital Education & Student Life and other initiatives, as necessary.
• Regularly liaising with and updating the Digital Education Engagement Officer and/or Digital Student Life Graduate Intern on progress of projects and activity conducted.
• Providing support and advice to staff in installing and using other video recording and editing tools as required.
• Supporting and assisting staff to develop and deliver interactive videos, e.g. Augmented or Virtual Reality.

Person Requirements:

• Knowledge and understanding of video production, including filming and editing (E)
• Confident in using new digital technologies (especially video based); a willingness to explore and experiment to develop own understanding of the features and benefits available (E)
• A willingness to learn and improve skills in all aspects of video creation (E)
• Ability to conceive, produce & direct projects to fulfil a brief (D)
• Skills in video editing software such as Adobe Premier Pro and/or Avid (E)
• Problem solving and skills in managing and running film shoots (D)
• Confident in the capture of high quality audio (D)
• Working to deadlines whilst undertaking a broad range of tasks (D)
• Organised, flexible and efficient with a positive and proactive approach to work (E)
• Team player but able to work under own initiative (E)
• Excellent interpersonal skills (E)
• Excellent customer service skills (E)
• Flexible and willing to travel around campus to meet needs of projects (E)

D= Desirable E= Essential

How to apply:

Please email a copy of your current CV to [email protected] supported by a maximum of 500 words outlining why you would like to become a Video Support Assistant and why you think you would be a good fit for the role.

Please also include a link to at least one example of a video that you have helped to create, explaining briefly your role in its creation.

Please title your email Video Support Application

If you are successful at application stage you will then be invited to take part in a short interview where you can show us further examples of your work.

Closing date: 11 October 2018

Positions
3
Duration
15 hours p/w
Salary
£8.63 p/h
Advert Closes
11/10/2018

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ID
7779
Posted
11/09/2018
Organisation
Branston Limited
Description

Looking for a 12-month placement for 2019/20? Do you want real responsibility with the chance to influence the PR and corporate communications of household name coffee brands including Tassimo, Kenco, L'Or and Jacobs?

 

Global Fast Moving Consumer Goods Company (FMCG) JACOBS DOUWE EGBERTS (JDE) are looking for year-in-industry PR students to join their diverse, global team of over 12,000 coffee champions, on 12-month placements in corporate communications and public relations.

 

Company

Jacobs Douwe Egberts

Location

Hurley, Maidenhead

Roles

12-month Year in Industry Placements in PR

Salary

£16,000 + £1,000 sign-on bonus

Assessment dates

26th November - 7th December 2018

Start Date

July 2019

Apply here

www.sanctuarygraduates.co.uk/jde-comms/?ref=CAREERS

Deadline

9th November 2018

 

Who is the company?

- JDE is a €5 billion global business with around 15,000 associates based in 28 different countries, selling their brands in over 100 different countries around the world.

- Formed in 2015, JDE retains a start-up feel containing some of the leading brands in the Coffee and Tea industry including – Kenco, L’OR, Tassimo and Douwe Egberts to name a few.

- JDE UK is headquartered in Banbury, Oxfordshire, which is one of JDE’s global ‘Power Plants’ responsible for producing 20,000 tonnes of coffee per year across 9 production lines.

- The UK represents a top 5 global market for JDE and continues to be a growth engine for the category, driving premiumisation by leading the single-serve partition with the Tassimo brand and premiumising the instant coffee segment through Kenco, L’OR and the Douwe Egberts brands.

- JDE believes amazing things can happen over a cup of coffee and with values including Entrepreneurship, Solidarity, Accountability, Simplicity and Discipline working at JDE offers you an exciting opportunity to make an impact in the world’s largest pure play coffee company.

- JDE’s goal is simple but ambitious: a coffee for every cup.

 

Everyone deserves the coffee they love.

 

What are the roles?

- You will be the first point of contact for all of JDE’s UK corporate communications and PR.

- Day to day you could be:
            - Taking calls from national journalists and the press

- Creating content for JDE’s website news feed and newsletter
            - Coordinating director meetings and creating documents & presentations for senior leadership meetings
            - Creating and publishing Q&A documents, press releases and consumer care line data

 

Why should you apply?

- Travel: JDE provide awesome opportunities to travel. Last year around half the placement students travelled abroad.

- Fantastic perks: 25 days holiday, free hot beverages (not just coffee!) and even Barista training!

- Student Charity Committee: Every Friday all the placement students get together for a fun charity meeting. Last year their charity work raised over £30,000 in total.

- Culture: At JDE they have a friendly, hands-on environment where everyone is encouraged to contribute and all opinions are valued. There is also a strong mentoring programme and you will be periodically reporting to senior business stakeholders and interacting with other placement students.

- Corporate Social Responsibility: From sourcing ingredients responsibly with internationally recognised standards, to partnering directly with suppliers to improve working conditions and protect natural resources, and aiming to make all manufacturing sites landfill free by 2020, at JDE they are driven by their passion for coffee & tea, care for people and respect for the environment.

 

Who is best suited to this role?

- We are looking for students studying Public Relations/Corporate communications degrees

- You must have fantastic organisational skills and great attention to detail
- Highly developed written skills are desired, for example knowing the different writing styles to use for a Q&A document vs. a press release
- You must have an interest in engagement & sustainability
- Candidates with a confident and creative personality will really flourish in this role

- We are looking bright and enthusiastic students who can work well in a team and are willing to get stuck in.

- You must be an undergraduate looking for a 12-month Year in Industry placement from July 2019 to July 2020.

 

Click here to apply now:

www.sanctuarygraduates.co.uk/jde-comms/?ref=CAREERS

It only takes 30 seconds to register your interest in these roles, and we’ll support you throughout the full application process.

Advert Closes
09/10/2018

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ID
7778
Posted
11/09/2018
Organisation
Waitrose
Location
Lincoln
Description

For further information on this role and how to apply please click the following link:

https://www.jlpjobs.com/search-jobs/seasonal-temporary-night-replenishment-supermarket-assistant-2/?utm_source=Indeed&utm_medium=organic&utm_campaign=Indeed

Salary
Up to £9.60
Advert Closes
02/10/2018

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ID
7776
Posted
10/09/2018
Organisation
Volkswagen
Description

Who are we?

One group. Five brands. Unlimited possibilities.

We’re driven by difference. With five globally recognised brands under one roof – Audi, SEAT, Volkswagen, ŠKODA and Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles - each with its own history, designs and inventions – we’ve created some of the world’s most iconic vehicles, from luxury sports cars to family camper vans. Here, you’ll discover opportunities, explore ideas and tackle challenges that you won’t find anywhere else.

 

Where can you work?

Our placements give you the chance to choose a real role that matches your specific interests and aspirations.

We have forty opportunities in six business areas:

  • Marketing & Communications
  • HR
  • Finance
  • IT
  • Operations & Support
  • Business Performance Analytics

 

What will you be doing?

What are you driven by? Whether it’s numbers or strategy, marketing or technology, our Undergraduate Placement will let you test your skills, work in real business roles on key projects, and turn your knowledge and passion into real-world, value-adding impact.

On our twelve-month placement, you’ll immerse yourself in one of our five very different brands and business functions, and develop specialist expertise in your chosen area. At the same time, you’ll do important work, put forward ideas, and collaborate with senior leaders and participate in high-profile projects.

 

What’s in it for you?

As an undergraduate on one of our placements, you’ll receive a £17,500 salary, as well as a new car every four months (as long as you have a full, clean UK driving licence). You’ll receive 27 days’ holiday – plus bank holidays – a discretionary bonus, an award-winning pension scheme, flexible benefits allowance, employee well-being support, an on-site restaurant and shopping discounts. Upon completion, you’ll also have the opportunity to be considered for our Graduate Programme.

 

What do you need?

Our placement is open to any student at a UK university who is eligible to work full-time in the UK for twelve months from June 2019. You should be on a sandwich degree or course which offers a one-year industrial placement. We have a duty of care to our people and wouldn't want you to spend a large amount of time commuting, so we require undergraduates to be based within a 20 mile radius of our Milton Keynes head office.

 

How can you apply?

Use the link below to find out more and apply now.

www.vwgjobs.co.uk  

Advert Closes
31/12/2018

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ID
7775
Posted
10/09/2018
Organisation
AstraZeneca
Description

Applications for Industrial Placement Students for 2019/2020 in the following areas are now open:

  • SYNTHETIC ORGANIC CHEMISTRY
  • ANALYTICAL SCIENCE
  • DEVICE ENGINEER
  • PROCESS ENGINEERING
  • BIOSCIENCE

Full details on the placements plus application forms can be downloaded via the AstraZeneca Careers website: https://careers.astrazeneca.com/students

Advert Closes
31/12/2018

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ID
7777
Posted
10/09/2018
Organisation
Lincolnshire Post Polio network
Description

The Trustees of the 22 year old Lincoln based Registered Charity 1064177 Lincolnshire Post-Polio Network known as Polio Survivors Network – an information service for Polio Survivors, their family and Friends and Health Professionals require:-

Part-Time Administrator (10hrs approx. p/w)

Part-Time Research Student for our Medical Library (10hrs approx. p/w)

(Both roles can be applied for to create a combined 20 hour p/w role. Please identify this in your application)

Salary:  Competitive but above minimum wage dependent on knowledge and experience.

Start date: As soon as possible after appointment.

Hours: An average of 10 hours per week with extra 25 hours in the first two months to familiarise with the Website and aims and objectives of the Charity.

Location: Ability to work from home liaising with the Trustees by Skype and email. Occasional face to face meeting.

Requirements: Knowledge of the medical condition Post-Polio Syndrome is not essential but experience of or caring for someone with a neurological condition would be an advantage.

 

Our Services – A Website providing information, medical articles and quarterly newsletters on the symptoms and issues being experienced by Polio Survivors. The most commonly used term is Post-Polio Syndrome [PPS}. People who caught Polio in their earlier lives, achieved best recovery and then years of stable functioning [average 34 years] and now experiencing NEW symptoms for which there is no other explanation.

  • Fatigue often overwhelming, both physical and mental. Loss of muscle strength and/or use also in muscles below the line of clinically evident weakness at the time of the original infection. Pain in muscles and joints. Trouble breathing and/or swallowing. Problems sleeping. Intolerance of cold, causing muscle weakness and sometimes burning pain and/or discolouration in limbs.
  • Other symptoms related to or affect us more because of polio virus damage  
  • We can have other medical conditions instead of/or as well as PPS. 
  • There is no diagnostic test available it is a diagnosis of exclusion.

Our aims and objectives have and are to provide as much information on the many symptoms and issues that Polio Survivors are now experiencing after years of stable functioning for Polio Survivors, their family and friends and medical professionals.Thanks to a generous legacy we are now offering FREE MEMBERSHIP which will reduce the basic admin work collecting fees. We anticipate an increase in membership and the database will need to be kept up to date and must comply with the current GDPR.

UK Members have the option of having correspondence and their newsletter by post or email. Overseas members all communication is by email.

The Trustees are looking for: 

  1. Someone who will take over the main admin work, including the maintenance of the membership database complying with GDPR. Who will suggest and manage new and innovative ways of increasing our aims and objectives 
  2. A research student who will help us improve on the work started by Chris Salter and the Lincolnshire Post-Polio Library. Collating all other and new articles into sections so that we can provide easy links and save busy health professionals and others when searching for the latest information.

Closing Date:  30th September 2018

Interviews:  Early October 2018 

Contact:  Please email your CV: [email protected] or to request for further information on the roles.

 

 

 

Positions
2
Advert Closes
30/09/2018

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ID
7774
Posted
10/09/2018
Organisation
Lawson’s Bar and Bistro
Description

Part time front of house required. 

Experience would be preferable but not essential. 

Please call Lawson’s on 01522 520202 and ask for Paul or Stacey or send in a CV.

Lawson’s Bar and Bistro, The Strait, Lincoln 

Salary
National minimum wage
Advert Closes
01/10/2018

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ID
7769
Posted
06/09/2018
Organisation
Fun Farm
Location
Lincoln
Description

For further information on this role and how to apply please click the following link:

https://www.indeed.co.uk/cmp/Fun-Farm-Day-Nursery/jobs/Supervisor-33392c08b1b89300?vjs=3

Advert Closes
27/09/2018

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ID
7770
Posted
06/09/2018
Organisation
Country Court Care Homes Ltd
Location
Lincoln
Description

For further information on this role and how to apply please click the following link:

https://www.indeed.co.uk/viewjob?jk=e521d91e870df35a&tk=1cmn72prf9nhp9nn&from=serp&vjs=3

Duration
20 p/w
Salary
£7.83 an hour
Advert Closes
27/09/2018

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ID
7771
Posted
06/09/2018
Organisation
The Bears Coaching
Location
Sleaford
Description

For further information on this role and how to apply please click the following link:

https://www.indeed.co.uk/cmp/The-Bears-Coaching/jobs/Experienced-Football-Coach-07963b6474891dad?vjs=3

Salary
£10 to £20 p/h
Advert Closes
27/09/2018

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ID
7772
Posted
06/09/2018
Organisation
Neurosupport Services
Location
Lincoln
Description

For further information on this role and how to apply please click the following link:

https://www.indeed.co.uk/cmp/Neurosupport-Services/jobs/Therapy-Assistant-66fd71db988b1d11?sjdu=QwrRXKrqZ3CNX5W-O9jEvWfaAAi-sKx4O2865S4SHSNPri0jmoZ0RG6bToFpHOtfutaQ-iyQ9ydkCR09xmxoeA&tk=1cmn72prf9nhp9nn&vjs=3

Duration
part time
Salary
£10 p/h
Advert Closes
27/09/2018

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ID
7768
Posted
06/09/2018
Organisation
Campus Jobs - University of Lincoln
Location
Lincoln
Description

Lincoln Performing Arts Centre is a 444 seat theatre. We host an array of performances ranging from children’s productions to contemporary theatre. The venue also occasionally takes use of the four studios above the auditorium. The venue is home to Lincoln School of Fine and Performing Arts (LSFPA) at the University of Lincoln.

Zing Café Bar is an open-to-all café and bar which aims to provide day to day food and refreshments to suit customers during the daytime and evening events. Zing Café Bar is home to Friday morning Lil’Pacs and Friday evening Commuter Jazz.

 

What we need from our employees:

To provide high quality service in the bar, catering and front of house service at the Lincoln Performing Arts Centre, and to support the promotion of the venue.

To deliver, under the guidance of the Front of House and Café Bar Management team, the best standard in service and quality to all its customers, Thus, enhancing the student and audience experience, and professional image of the University.

To be an integral part of the Zing Café Bar and Lincoln Performing Arts Centre team and work alongside a number of other roles in order to provide a successful working environment and an enjoyable customer service.

To act under instruction from the Front of House and Café Bar Manager.

 

Your Role:

Your duties will include, but are not limited to:

  • Bar service, glass collecting, cloakroom operation, box office service, ticket collecting, guest list checking, toilet checking/cleaning, stock rotating, ushering, selling merchandise, food service, cash handling and flyering for the venues.
  • Lincoln Performing Arts Centre manual, and instruction and guidance of the Front of House and Café Bar Management team. To deliver services in accordance with the
  • To provide a high customer service standard within the bounds of the licensing laws.
  • To provide a welcoming and friendly atmosphere for customers to encourage repeat business.
  • To provide marketing and promotional support for the Lincoln Performing Arts Centre and Zing Café Bar, e.g. flyering after performances and in public areas.
  • To follow procedure regards stock and cash movement.
  • Handle Cash and input into tills.
  • Collect glassware and rubbish from around the café and auditorium; ensuring that the floor is kept clear at all times.
  • To observe (where applicable) Licensing laws, procedure and instructions relating to fire and accidents, food Hygiene, and Health and Safety Regulations, all aspects of consumer law.

Must be available over Christmas/New Year period (except from Christmas Day and Boxing Day)

To apply please send a covering letter and CV to our Front of House and Café Bar Manager,  Holly Cox   [email protected]

Positions
up to 3
Duration
Part time
Salary
NLW
Advert Closes
19/09/2018

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ID
7759
Posted
05/09/2018
Organisation
Positive Health
Location
Lincoln LN1
Description

For further information on this role and how to apply please click the following link:

https://www.indeed.co.uk/cmp/Positive-Health-(Lincolnshire)/jobs/Sexual-Health-Outreach-Worker-5663b9ff2a97ef0b?vjs=3

Duration
16-20 hours p/w
Salary
£7,513.00 /year
Advert Closes
24/09/2018

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ID
7760
Posted
05/09/2018
Organisation
Mundys Estate Agents
Location
Lincoln
Description

A PART-TIME ACCOMPANIED VIEWER

To join our busy Sales and Lettings Departments.
All applicants MUST be able to work weekends and hold a full, clean driving licence.

Please forward your CV to:

Simon Bentley
Mundys Property Services LLP
29-30 Silver Street
Lincoln, LN2 1AS

Job Type: Part-time

Advert Closes
26/09/2018

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ID
7761
Posted
05/09/2018
Organisation
EYG Group
Description

Are you enthusiastic, self-motivated and confident with a proven record in sales and marketing?

Are you confident in a one to one appointment generation / sales environment?

We want you!

  • Full or part time - flexible hours
  • £7.83ph plus excellent bonus package
  • Full training will be provided
  • Immediate start
  • Must have full driving licence
  • Company vehicle provided for the right candidate

Please contact Chris on 07913413760

Job Types: Full-time, Part-time

Salary: £7.83 /hour

Licence:

  • Driving License (Required)
Salary
£7.83 /hour
Advert Closes
26/09/2018

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ID
7762
Posted
05/09/2018
Organisation
Screwfix Direct Ltd
Location
Lincoln
Description

For further information on this role and how to apply please click the following link:

https://www.indeed.co.uk/viewjob?jk=36b1eec460857223&tk=1cmkg7qdg924habk&from=serp&vjs=3

Advert Closes
26/09/2018

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ID
7763
Posted
05/09/2018
Organisation
Allied Healthcare
Location
Lincoln
Description

For further information on this role and how to apply please click the following link:

https://www.indeed.co.uk/viewjob?jk=147e9274dc7979c3&tk=1cmkiitud951na35&from=serp&alid=3&advn=9895721709896955

Duration
25
Salary
£287 p/w
Advert Closes
26/09/2018

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ID
7764
Posted
05/09/2018
Organisation
Making Space
Location
Lincoln
Description

For further information on this role and how to apply please click the following link:

https://www.indeed.co.uk/cmp/Making-Space/jobs/Support-Worker-d938ad78e3b3cea1?sjdu=QwrRXKrqZ3CNX5W-O9jEvS1gourFHyRJ_ePmqQ76eTq5StDkMhQd5HPuXOqUAxOh67yUeSKgclkxQs5Kt6d34UJt952tat-C9o3vV_OsyWo&tk=1cmkih1gv924hd3d&vjs=3

Duration
part time, perm
Salary
£8.15 p/h
Advert Closes
26/09/2018

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ID
7765
Posted
05/09/2018
Organisation
UPS ltd
Location
Lincoln and surrounding areas
Description

For further information on this role and how to apply please click the following link:

https://www.indeed.co.uk/viewjob?jk=2d9d066a2fe68fc9&tk=1cmkih1gv924hd3d&from=serp&vjs=3

Duration
20 hors min p/w
Salary
£9.73 p/h
Advert Closes
26/09/2018

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ID
7766
Posted
05/09/2018
Organisation
Buzz group
Location
Lincoln
Description

For further information on this role and how to apply please click the following link:

https://www.indeed.co.uk/viewjob?jk=e23787ec6af2cdef&tk=1cmkih1gv924hd3d&from=serp&vjs=3

Salary
£7.83 an hour
Advert Closes
26/09/2018

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ID
7767
Posted
05/09/2018
Organisation
Safe Haven Accommodation
Location
Lincoln – travel required
Description

For further information on this role and how to apply please click the following link:

https://www.indeed.co.uk/cmp/Safe-Haven-Accommodation/jobs/Key-Worker-f945f90f868e9340?vjs=3

Duration
Zero Hours Contract (ad h
Salary
£8.50 per hour
Advert Closes
26/09/2018

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ID
7754
Posted
04/09/2018
Organisation
Lincolnshire Action Trust
Description

Lincolnshire Action Trust is a local charity that works with people with convictions and their families, to support their care, resettlement and rehabilitation. We therefore have a variety of volunteer roles available in prison and community settings to support our projects, working with both adults and children. 

We are holding volunteer recruitment sessions on the afternoon and evening of Tuesday 25th September at our Lincoln office, to introduce the organisation, share our opportunities, and advise of the processes involved in volunteering. Those attending who are interested in pursuing a volunteering role within a prison or detention centre will also be able to register their interest in a site visit to HMP Lincoln or IRC Morton Hall.

LAT understands the importance of gaining meaningful work experience alongside academic studies, and is keen to provide an insight into the criminal justice system where possible. Many volunteers have also progressed into employment with us in a variety of roles.

Volunteer recruitment event details:

25th September 2018

1PM-2PM OR 6PM-7PM

1st Floor, Lincoln House, Newland, Lincoln, LN1 1YA

Advert Closes
30/09/2018

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ID
7755
Posted
04/09/2018
Organisation
Lincolnshire Action Trust
Description

 

Lincolnshire Action Trust

Departure Lounge Volunteer

 

Lincolnshire Action Trust:

Lincolnshire Action Trust was established in 2000 and works with a variety of agencies within the criminal justice system to reduce re-offending, by working with offenders to address some of the issues and challenges which have resulted in their sentence.

 

The charity offers a range of training opportunities and employment support to prepare people for their release.  Additional key services are also offered to their families and dependants, both during their time in prison and following their release.

 

General overview:

Lincolnshire Action Trust’s innovative Departure Lounge facility is available to every person released from HMP Lincoln, providing advice and practical support such as accommodation advice, making contact with probation and supporting agencies, local services available, money and benefits, or simply giving directions. Every person also receives a ‘release pack’ containing essentials such as a toothbrush, toothpaste, contraception, clean socks and underwear, and key contact information. The Departure Lounge also provides a safe environment for family, friends, and support agencies to meet people on release.

 

The main tasks will include:

  • Working as a member of a team to greet people being released from HMP Lincoln
  • Speaking to those being released to ascertain their support needs
  • Listening and talking to family members or support services that arrive to meet those being released
  • Liaising with external agencies such as probation and supporting agencies
  • Providing advice and support where required
  • Organising release packs and donations in the Departure Lounge
     
    Skills required:
  • Patience and understanding
  • Adaptability
  • Reliability and commitment
  • Friendly and welcoming attitude
  • Confident and able to use own initiative
     
    Locations:
    This volunteer role is available at:
  • HMP Lincoln
     
    Expenses:
  • Public transport costs with receipts or mileage up to a 20 mile radius at 45p per mile
     
    Training and support:
  • Initial project induction and training, including safeguarding and an overview of the criminal justice system
  • LAT offers a training and recognition day for all volunteers annually
  • Volunteers may be eligible to attend some prison organised training
     
     
    Commitment:
    LAT asks volunteers to:
  • Commit to the project and its purpose
  • Give notice of absence as soon as possible
  • Be available for a minimum of three sessions/12 hours per month (availability on Friday is desirable)
  • Undertake an induction and training programme
  • Agree to an Enhanced DBS check and reference checks
     
    Volunteers can expect:
  • Regular support and supervision from the volunteer coordinator and senior practitioners
  • Training and progression opportunities
  • A clear and understandable volunteer policy
  • Invitation to volunteer meetings
  • Recognition of their work
     
    Recruitment process:
  • Email or call for more information or to request an application form. Alternatively download an application form from the website
  • Complete and return the application form via post or email
  • Applicants will be invited to attend an informal interview with the volunteer coordinator and/or a senior practitioner
  • If both parties wish to continue the application process a DBS (Disclosure Barring Scheme) will be required and references will be sought
  • The applicant will then be invited to a volunteer training session relevant to the role they have applied for
  • After training, the applicant will meet with the volunteer coordinator and/or senior practitioner after training to discuss next steps
  • Volunteers will be given regular support and supervisions, as well as the opportunity to access development opportunities and training. Volunteers are also reimbursed for ‘out of pocket’ travel and expenses incurred in the role

 

To apply:

  • Download an application form from the ‘Getting Involved’ page of our website
  • Email [email protected]
  • Ring 01522 806611
  • Next steps and further information will be given on receipt of an application form
Advert Closes
30/09/2018

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ID
7756
Posted
04/09/2018
Organisation
Lincolnshire Action Trust
Description

Lincolnshire Action Trust

Volunteer Mentor

 

Lincolnshire Action Trust:

Lincolnshire Action Trust was established in 2000 and works with a variety of agencies within the criminal justice system to reduce re-offending, by working with offenders to address some of the issues and challenges which have resulted in their sentence.

 

The charity offers a range of training opportunities and employment support to prepare people for their release.  Additional key services are also offered to their families and dependants, both during their time in prison and following their release.

 

General overview:

The volunteer mentor project matches volunteers with individuals in the criminal justice system to provide them with encouragement, support, and confidence to develop themselves and access new opportunities, ultimately aiming to reduce reoffending.

 

Mentoring matches work together to identify goals and participate in activities that progress the mentee towards achieving them. This could include working towards employment, volunteering, gaining new skills, emotional wellbeing, confidence and self-esteem, and much more.

 

Volunteers in this role will therefore act as a mentor to an individual over a period of time, working one-to-one with them in the community. They will provide regular feedback of any activities undertaken, adhering to LAT’s safeguarding procedures.

 

Main tasks will include:

  • Working closely with an individual to achieve their desired goals
  • Meeting regularly to undertake various activities with the individual
  • Providing verbal and written feedback of activities
  • Communicating information effectively to aid multi-agency working and reporting
  • Respecting confidentiality and acting professionally at all times
  • Adhering to professional boundaries throughout the mentoring relationship
  • Providing emotional and practical support
     
    Skills required:
  • Confidence and effective communication
  • Active listening
  • An understanding of confidentiality
  • Patience and understanding
  • Reliability and commitment
     
    Locations:
    The role is available throughout Greater Lincolnshire. Your own travel is desirable, but not essential.
     
    Expenses:
  • Public transport costs with receipts or mileage up to a 20 mile radius at 45p per mile
  • Reimbursement for refreshments with receipts
     
    Training and support:
  • Initial project induction and training, including safeguarding and an overview of the criminal justice system
  • LAT offers a training and recognition day for all volunteers annually
     
    Commitment:
    LAT asks volunteers to:
  • Commit to the project and its purpose
  • Give notice of absence as soon as possible
  • Be available for a minimum of 1 hour per week over a 4-6 month period
  • Undertake an induction and training programme
  • Agree to an Enhanced DBS check and reference checks
     
    Volunteers can expect:
  • Regular support and supervision from the volunteer coordinator and senior practitioners
  • Training and progression opportunities
  • A clear and understandable volunteer policy
  • Invitation to volunteer meetings and outreach
  • Recognition of their work
     
    Recruitment process:
  • Email or call for more information or to request an application form. Alternatively download an application form from the website
  • Complete and return the application form via post or email
  • Applicants will be invited to attend an informal interview with the volunteer coordinator and/or a senior practitioner
  • If both parties wish to continue the application process a DBS (Disclosure Barring Scheme) will be required and references will be sought
  • The applicant will then be invited to a volunteer training session relevant to the role they have applied for
  • After training, the applicant will meet with the volunteer coordinator and/or senior practitioner after training to discuss next steps
  • Volunteers will be given regular support and supervisions, as well as the opportunity to access development opportunities and training. Volunteers are also reimbursed for ‘out of pocket’ travel and expenses incurred in the role

 

To apply:

  • Download an application form from the ‘Getting Involved’ page of our website
  • Email [email protected]
  • Ring 01522 806611
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30/09/2018

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ID
7757
Posted
04/09/2018
Organisation
Lincolnshire Action Trust
Description

Lincolnshire Action Trust

Play Area Volunteer

 

Lincolnshire Action Trust:

Lincolnshire Action Trust was established in 2000 and works with a variety of agencies within the criminal justice system to reduce re-offending, by working with offenders to address some of the issues and challenges which have resulted in their sentence.

 

The charity offers a range of training opportunities and employment support to prepare people for their release.  Additional key services are also offered to their families and dependants, both during their time in prison and following their release.

 

General overview:

Lincolnshire Action Trust provides children and family services within a number of prisons throughout Lincolnshire; this includes operating play area facilities within visits halls during domestic visits. The aim of the project is to ensure the welfare of children and their need for good quality contact with his or her imprisoned parent or relative.

 

Volunteers in this role will therefore offer support and a warm welcome to all children who are visiting their parent or family member, as well as having the option to assist in play activities within the visits hall.

 

The main tasks will include:

  • Working as a member of a team to welcome children and visitors
  • Supporting and encouraging children to access and participate in play and  activities
  • Setting out toys, resources and equipment for the children before the visit starts
  • Helping to facilitate a short activity session with children
  • Working to the LAT safeguarding policy, keeping the safeguarding of children in mind at all times and ensuring their emotional and physical wellbeing
  • Monitoring the number of children using our resources and interacting with LAT
  • Tidying and collecting toys at the end of visits, returning them to the correct place and storing them securely
  • Ensuring all toys are clean and undamaged, and updating records and diaries as needed
     
    Skills required:
  • A passion for supporting children
  • Patience and understanding
  • Reliability and commitment
  • Friendly and welcoming attitude
  • Confident and enthusiastic when interacting with children
     
    Locations:
    This volunteer role is available at:
  • HMP Hull
  • HMP Humber
  • HMP Lincoln
  • HMP Stocken
  • Morton Hall Immigration Removal Centre
    The role is available in visitors centres based outside of the prison, and in visits hall within the prison. Volunteers initially begin in the visitors centre, and progress to the visits hall, but can choose to limit their support to the visitors centre if they do not wish to enter the prison.
     
    Expenses:
  • Public transport costs with receipts or mileage up to a 20 mile radius at 45p per mile
     
    Training and support:
  • Initial project induction and training, including safeguarding and an overview of the criminal justice system
  • LAT offers a training and recognition day for all volunteers annually
  • Volunteers may be eligible to attend some prison organised training
     
    Commitment:
    LAT asks volunteers to:
  • Commit to the project and its purpose
  • Give notice of absence as soon as possible
  • Be available for a minimum of two sessions/8 hours per month
  • Undertake an induction and training programme
  • Agree to an Enhanced DBS check, reference checks, and potentially prison clearance (this will require a form of photo ID)
     
    Volunteers can expect:
  • Regular support and supervision from the volunteer coordinator and senior practitioners
  • Training and progression opportunities
  • A clear and understandable volunteer policy
  • Invitation to volunteer meetings
  • Recognition of their work
     
    Recruitment process:
  • Email or call for more information or to request an application form. Alternatively download an application form from the website
  • Complete and return the application form via post or email
  • Applicants will be invited to attend an informal interview with the volunteer coordinator and/or a senior practitioner
  • If both parties wish to continue the application process a DBS (Disclosure Barring Scheme) will be required and references will be sought
  • The applicant will then be invited to a volunteer training session relevant to the role they have applied for
  • After training, the applicant will meet with the volunteer coordinator and/or senior practitioner after training to discuss next steps
  • Volunteers will be given regular support and supervisions, as well as the opportunity to access development opportunities and training. Volunteers are also reimbursed for ‘out of pocket’ travel and expenses incurred in the role

 

To apply:

  • Download an application form from the ‘Getting Involved’ page of our website
  • Email [email protected]
  • Ring 01522 806611
  • Next steps and further information will be given on receipt of an application form
Advert Closes
30/09/2018

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ID
7758
Posted
04/09/2018
Organisation
Lincolnshire Action Trust
Description

Lincolnshire Action Trust

Visits Centre Volunteer

 

Lincolnshire Action Trust:

Lincolnshire Action Trust was established in 2000 and works with a variety of agencies within the criminal justice system to reduce re-offending, by working with offenders to address some of the issues and challenges which have resulted in their sentence.

 

The charity offers a range of training opportunities and employment support to prepare people for their release.  Additional key services are also offered to their families and dependants, both during their time in prison and following their release.

 

General overview:

Visitors’ centres exist to meet the needs of adults and children visiting relatives or friends in in prison and immigration removal centres.

 

Prison Service Guidelines state that they aim to offer "a safe, pleasant environment where all visitors are met with dignity and respect, provided with the facilities they need, and offered information, support and the opportunity to discuss the difficulties they may face in confidence”. This statement is reflective of the visitors’ centres that Lincolnshire Action Trust runs.

 

Volunteers in this role will therefore offer a warm welcome to all visitors arriving for a domestic visit and assist in the processes of booking in visitors. They will offer emotional support to the families who are waiting for a visit, providing information and answering questions when required.

 

Main tasks will include:

  • Welcoming and talking to visitors as they arrive
  • Ensuring new visitors are able to understand visiting processes
  • Assisting staff with booking visitors in and ensuring everyone adheres to prison regulations
  • Providing information and support as necessary to the families of prisoners or detainees
  • Respecting confidentiality and acting courteously at all times
  • Possibly serving refreshments or assisting visitors with food and drink orders
  • Ensuring the visits centre and visits hall are tidy at the end of visiting time
     
    Skills required:
  • Welcoming and friendly attitude
  • Non judgemental
  • Ability to work confidently as part of a team
  • An understanding of confidentiality
  • Patience and understanding
  • Basic numeracy and literacy
     
    Locations:
    The role is available at:
  • HMP Humber
  • HMP Lincoln
  • HMP Stocken
  • Morton Hall Immigration Removal Centre
    The role is available in visitors centres based outside of the prison, and in visits hall within the prison. Volunteers initially begin in the visitors centre, and progress to the visits hall, but can choose to limit their support to the visitors centre if they do not wish to enter the prison.
     
    Expenses:
  • Public transport costs with receipts or mileage up to a 20 mile radius at 45p per mile
     
    Training and support:
  • Initial project induction and training, including safeguarding and an overview of the criminal justice system
  • LAT offers a training and recognition day for all volunteers annually
  • Volunteers may be eligible to attend some prison organised training
     
    Commitment:
    LAT asks volunteers to:
  • Commit to the project and its purpose
  • Give notice of absence as soon as possible
  • Be available for a minimum of two sessions/8 hours per month
  • Undertake an induction and training programme
  • Agree to an Enhanced DBS check, reference checks, and potentially prison clearance (this will require a form of photo ID)
     
    Volunteers can expect:
  • Regular support and supervision from the volunteer coordinator and senior practitioners
  • Training and progression opportunities
  • A clear and understandable volunteer policy
  • Invitation to volunteer meetings
  • Recognition of their work
     
    Recruitment process:
  • Email or call for more information or to request an application form. Alternatively download an application form from the website
  • Complete and return the application form via post or email
  • Applicants will be invited to attend an informal interview with the volunteer coordinator and/or a senior practitioner
  • If both parties wish to continue the application process a DBS (Disclosure Barring Scheme) will be required and references will be sought
  • The applicant will then be invited to a volunteer training session relevant to the role they have applied for
  • After training, the applicant will meet with the volunteer coordinator and/or senior practitioner after training to discuss next steps
  • Volunteers will be given regular support and supervisions, as well as the opportunity to access development opportunities and training. Volunteers are also reimbursed for ‘out of pocket’ travel and expenses incurred in the role

 

To apply:

  • Download an application form from the ‘Getting Involved’ page of our website
  • Email [email protected]
  • Ring 01522 806611
Advert Closes
30/09/2018

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ID
7741
Posted
03/09/2018
Organisation
Waitrose
Location
Lincoln
Description

For further information on this role and how to apply please click the following link:

https://www.indeed.co.uk/viewjob?jk=6e1fa1123ce9bc45&tk=1cmf6bd6094tmc5u&from=serp&vjs=3

Salary
Up to £9.60
Advert Closes
24/09/2018

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ID
7742
Posted
03/09/2018
Organisation
John Greed Jewellery
Location
Lincoln
Description

For further information on this role and how to apply please click the following link:

https://www.indeed.co.uk/cmp/John-Greed-Jewellery/jobs/Seasonal-Warehouse-Assistant-529ad5888435dd95?vjs=3

Duration
part time/casual
Advert Closes
24/09/2018

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ID
7743
Posted
03/09/2018
Organisation
Primark
Location
Lincoln
Description

For further information on this role and how to apply please click the following link:

https://www.indeed.co.uk/viewjob?jk=d154b6b80b2130b8&tk=1cmf5ts2n94tmd0f&from=serp&vjs=3

Advert Closes
24/09/2018

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ID
7744
Posted
03/09/2018
Organisation
The Works
Location
Lincoln
Description

For further information on this role and how to apply please click the following link:

https://www.indeed.co.uk/viewjob?jk=df3a86413aff5efe&tk=1cmf5ts2n94tmd0f&from=serp&vjs=3

Duration
Part time
Advert Closes
24/09/2018

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ID
7745
Posted
03/09/2018
Organisation
Hair Dressing Supplies Lincoln
Location
Lincoln
Description

For further information on this role and how to apply please click the following link:

https://www.indeed.co.uk/cmp/Hair-Dye-Wholesale/jobs/Order-Picker-Packer-38ef93da3911e12b?vjs=3

Duration
16 hrs p/w
Salary
£8.00 /hour
Advert Closes
24/09/2018

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ID
7746
Posted
03/09/2018
Organisation
DIS Contractors Ltd
Location
Lincoln LN6
Description

For further information on this role and how to apply please click the following link:

https://www.indeed.co.uk/cmp/DIS-Contractors-Ltd/jobs/Admin-Assistant-f92f373e68e8eccf?vjs=3

Duration
Part Time
Salary
£7.85 /hour
Advert Closes
24/09/2018

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ID
7748
Posted
03/09/2018
Organisation
Angling direct
Location
Lincoln
Description

For further information on this role and how to apply please click the following link:

https://www.indeed.co.uk/cmp/Angling-direct-Reading/jobs/Store-Assistant-c20e9ba766540c1d?vjs=3

Duration
Part time
Advert Closes
24/09/2018

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ID
7751
Posted
03/09/2018
Organisation
Lincoln Golf Club
Location
LN1
Description

For further information on this role and how to apply please click the following link:

https://www.indeed.co.uk/jobs?q&l=Lincoln&jt=parttime&start=20&vjk=3f835b1f6a3e9624

Duration
Part time
Advert Closes
24/09/2018

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ID
7752
Posted
03/09/2018
Organisation
ISS Facility Services
Location
Lincoln city centre
Description

1.5 hrs shift Monday to Friday and 2 hrs shift on Saturday for a general office cleaning.

For further information on this role and how to apply please click the following link:

https://www.indeed.co.uk/jobs?q&l=Lincoln&jt=parttime&start=20&vjk=135f890ecbdf3f37

Salary
£7.85 /hour
Advert Closes
24/09/2018

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ID
7734
Posted
31/08/2018
Organisation
Toolstation
Location
Location - Lincoln
Description

For further information and how to apply please click the following link:

https://www.indeed.co.uk/viewjob?jk=0fb100950794dec1&tk=1cm7thk3s93lv9hk&from=serp&vjs=3

 

 

 

 

Duration
20 per week
Salary
up to £7.83 per hour
Advert Closes
22/09/2018

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ID
7735
Posted
31/08/2018
Organisation
Maid2clean
Location
Local work to Lincoln, Lincolnshire - in postcodes: LN2, LN3
Description

For further information and how to apply please click the following link:

https://www.indeed.co.uk/viewjob?jk=121c08280579b587&tk=1cm7thk3s93lv9hk&from=serp&vjs=3

Salary
£8.50 - £10
Advert Closes
22/09/2018

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ID
7736
Posted
31/08/2018
Organisation
Gala Bingo
Location
Lincoln
Description

For further information and how to apply please click the following link:

https://www.indeed.co.uk/viewjob?jk=e23787ec6af2cdef&tk=1cm7thk3s93lv9hk&from=serp&vjs=3

Duration
Part-time, Permanent
Salary
£7.83 an hour
Advert Closes
22/09/2018

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ID
7737
Posted
31/08/2018
Organisation
Fever and Boutique
Location
Lincoln LN2
Description

For further information and how to apply please click the following link:

https://www.indeed.co.uk/cmp/Fever-and-Boutique/jobs/Team-Member-4bb6d5e1fc044726?vjs=3

Duration
Part-time
Salary
£5.90 to £8.50 /hour
Advert Closes
22/09/2018

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ID
7738
Posted
31/08/2018
Organisation
PREMIER INN
Location
Canwick (outskirts of Lincoln)
Description

For further information and how to apply please click the following link:

https://www.indeed.co.uk/cmp/Premier-Inn/jobs/Housekeeping-Team-Member-7a6349e197d55c10?vjs=3

Duration
Part-time
Salary
£7.83 /hour
Advert Closes
22/09/2018

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ID
7739
Posted
31/08/2018
Organisation
McDonald's
Location
Carlton Centre, Lincoln
Description

For further information and how to apply please click the following link:

https://www.indeed.co.uk/viewjob?jk=c2415354199fbc7f&tk=1cm7vbd4v93lvbtc&from=serp&vjs=3

Duration
Part-time
Salary
Various£ 5.50 - Age 16-17
£ 6.50 - Age 18-20
£ 7.95 - Age 21-24
£ 8.00 - Age 25 +
Advert Closes
22/09/2018

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ID
7740
Posted
31/08/2018
Organisation
Moka and Shack
Location
Lincoln city centre
Description

For further information and how to apply please click the following link:

https://www.indeed.co.uk/cmp/Pulse,-Moka,-Shack-Nightclub/jobs/Bar-Staff-11e4291792cd6b73?vjs=3

Advert Closes
22/09/2018

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ID
7732
Posted
30/08/2018
Organisation
Mini Kicks Lincoln Ltd
Location
•Lincoln, Lincolnshire
Description

For further information on this role and how to apply please click the following link:

https://www.indeed.co.uk/jobs?l=Lincoln&jt=parttime&vjk=f7d64d12270d40a8

Advert Closes
27/09/2018

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ID
7731
Posted
30/08/2018
Organisation
Pole Star Products Limited
Location
Bardney (village south of Lincoln)
Description

For further information on this role and how to apply please click the following link:

https://www.indeed.co.uk/jobs?l=Lincoln&jt=parttime&vjk=27fcf6b9ae780c35

Duration
20 hrs p/w
Salary
£9.15 per hour
Advert Closes
27/09/2018

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ID
7730
Posted
30/08/2018
Organisation
Fill the Gap
Location
Lincoln LN6
Description

For more information and how to apply please click the following link:

https://www.indeed.co.uk/jobs?l=Lincoln&jt=parttime&vjk=7c9253c3cdbf0ab9

Duration
12 hours p/w, Part-time,
Salary
£8 an hour
Advert Closes
27/09/2018

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ID
7729
Posted
30/08/2018
Organisation
The Adam and Eve Tavern
Location
Lincoln
Description

For further information and how to apply please click the following link:

https://www.indeed.co.uk/cmp/The-Indigo-Pub-Company/jobs/Bar-Staff-1bca91961868b30e?vjs=3

Duration
Evening and weekends (par
Advert Closes
27/09/2018

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ID
7728
Posted
30/08/2018
Organisation
BOOTS
Location
Lincoln
Description

For further information and how to apply please click the folowing link:

https://www.indeed.co.uk/viewjob?jk=910f905938df34df&tk=1cm5e215o94pdcl1&from=serp&vjs=3

Advert Closes
20/09/2018

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ID
7113
Posted
29/08/2018
Organisation
Campus Jobs - University of Lincoln
Location
University of Lincoln Campus
Description

About the role:

An opportunity to be in a small pool of student workers who will be offered work assignments across the university.  Students successfully recruited into this pool will have the flexibility to accept work assignments as they arise.  Work assignments will be varied and arise on an ad hoc basis, types of work may include; filing, proofing, data entry, promotional campaigns and manual work. 


Person Requirements:

  • Positive attitude
  • Reliable and trustworthy
  • Conscientious
  • Quick learner
Positions
10
Duration
AD HOC
Salary
Meets NMWVARIOUS- WILL MEET OR EXCEED NMW
Application
To apply, please copy and paste the link below into your web browser and complete the application form.

https://ps.lincoln.ac.uk/services/CampusJobs/Lists/Central Pool Application Form/NewForm.aspx?&Source=https://ps.lincoln.ac.uk/services/CampusJobs/SitePages/Home.aspx

Interviews will be held on Monday 8th and Tuesday 9th October 2018, you must be available on one of these dates to be considered.

If you are short listed for interview, you will be notified by close of play Tuesday 2nd October 2018.
Advert Closes
30/09/2018

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ID
7720
Posted
28/08/2018
Organisation
Lidl
Location
North Hykeham
Description

For further details please click the link:

https://www.indeed.co.uk/viewjob?jk=baab50903c48e2b7&tk=1clvnpl6r14ks10k&from=serp&vjs=3

Duration
11-20 hours
Advert Closes
18/09/2018

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ID
7721
Posted
28/08/2018
Organisation
Horse and Groom
Location
Lincoln
Description

For more details please click the link:

https://www.indeed.co.uk/cmp/The-Horse-&-Groom/jobs/Front-House-Team-Member-8f6969bb8314ef00?sjdu=QwrRXKrqZ3CNX5W-O9jEvbjdddvUZDdhMoWB1NXU6_2gUDwkX6iMqxl8vHnPXHvotG7szjDqEbdonZjbEwJke_vvUHF0auO85BYCua-wIFc&tk=1clvnpl6r14ks10k&vjs=3

Duration
Part-time
Salary
£6.00 - £7.93 an hour
Advert Closes
18/09/2018

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ID
7722
Posted
28/08/2018
Organisation
Euro Garages
Location
Lincoln
Description

For more information please click the link:

https://www.indeed.co.uk/viewjob?jk=ba4e6fe1d929b629&from=recjobs&vjtk=1clvoophs9v9lcpq

Duration
Part-time
Salary
£7.83 an hour
Advert Closes
18/09/2018

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ID
7723
Posted
28/08/2018
Organisation
Lincolnshire Co-operative Ltd
Location
Washingborough, Lincoln
Description

For more information please see the link:

https://www.indeed.co.uk/viewjob?jk=9abfa334344431ba&from=recjobs&vjtk=1clvorv5n9v9kb5g

Duration
Hours Per Week: 16
Salary
£8 an hour
Advert Closes
18/09/2018

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ID
7724
Posted
28/08/2018
Organisation
Lincolnshire Co-op
Location
Dunholme, Lincoln
Description

For more information please click the link:

https://www.indeed.co.uk/viewjob?jk=0eff8440b6c56793&from=recjobs&vjtk=1clvovud59v9lesp

Duration
Hours Per Week: 12
Salary
Hourly Rate: £8.00
Advert Closes
18/09/2018

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ID
7725
Posted
28/08/2018
Organisation
Kids
Location
Recruiting for the following areas:
•Lincoln
•Washingborough
•Grantham
•Boston
•Spalding
•Gainsborough
•Louth
Description

For further information please click the link:

https://www.indeed.co.uk/cmp/Kids-Charity/jobs/Play-Worker-df6e9692557560bb?vjs=3

Duration
part time
Salary
£7.83 per hour
Advert Closes
18/09/2018

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ID
7727
Posted
28/08/2018
Organisation
Wicks Building Supplies
Location
Lincoln
Description

For further deatils please click the link:

https://www.indeed.co.uk/viewjob?jk=2a1cf890508d9f94&from=recjobs&vjtk=1clvr65lu9v9keua

Duration
Part-time
Advert Closes
18/09/2018

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