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Part-Time Seasonal Sortation Associate

  • Hawthorne
  • 12.00-12.00
  • Permanent
Posted 14 days ago

Our Delivery Stations allow you to work part-time early morning or latennight shifts. We are looking for individuals who can thrive in a fast-pacednwarehouse environment that involves working with and around moving machinerynand vehicles. Our AMZL Sortation Associates are the final step in ensuring thatneach and every package gets delivered to our customers on time.Shift Details:nBe willing to work an early morning ornlate night shift on a part-time basisnWe are currently hiring for ournFlexible overnight shifts which are typically from 1:15 AM – 6:15 AMnThis role is a flexible Part-Time, upnto 20 hours per weeknScheduled days are posted daily andnweekly. You will be able to select the days you want to work. (Subject tonbusiness needs)nAbility to work nights, weekends andnholidaysnThere are no guaranteed minimum weeklynhoursnGet shift requests and accept themnright on your phone!nExtra $0.50 shift differential fornworking nightsWorking in our warehousenSafetynfirst:We are committed to providing one of the safest work environments, which meansnrules are to be followednChangingntemperatures: Warehouse temperatures can widelynvary based upon local weather conditions, and may occasionally exceed 90ndegreesnCustomernobsession:Working vigorously to earn andnkeep customer trustnQuality isnkey:Delivering results with the rightnquality in a timely fashionnBenflexible:Associates should be open to extranhours, time off, and a fast paced environmentnRotatingntasks: Associates will rotate tasks multiplentimes throughout the weeknVariousnnoise levels: Noise levels may grow loud at timesBenefitsnWeekly pay schedulenHoliday overtime paynBasic Life, AD&D insurancenOn-the-job training and skill developmentnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnEmployee Assistance Program

Part Time Administrator

  • Leeds, West Yorkshire
  • £10.57 - £12.10 per hour
  • Temporary
Posted 8 days ago

The University of Leeds are recruiting for a temporary general adminisrtator to work part time 17.5 hours (time and days tbc). Please see the role details as below: Working with the Head of Schools PA with general admin Supporting the School Manager with the management of the Estate Service Committee meetings (must have minute taking experience) Arranging meetings outlook experience essential Maintain effective filing systems to ensure accurate record keeping and timely retrieval of information Experience of working in an administrative role Experienced in the use of Microsoft Office packages including Word, Excel Email/Outlook Excellent communication skills Excellent organisation skills and be able to prioritise work and meet deadlines General office admin experience * H&S support (admin related) This is a monthly rolling contract to last until potentially the end of May.

Part Time Catering Assistants/ Kitchen Porters

  • Harrogate, North Yorkshire
  • Up to £8.85 per hour
  • Permanent
Posted 6 days ago

Part Time Catering Assistants/ Kitchen Porters Are you looking for a part time role? Do you want to work evenings? Would you like to work in a team environment? Then we have the right job for you! Why work for Travail? Working 17.5 hours a week 5 Days over 7 4pm8pm Starting at £8.85 moving to £9.20 after twelve weeks Weekend enhancements starting from day one Working within a health care facility Close to the town centre If you are interested in this role please click on apply now to email your CV to Katie Vass or call into our office to register. Travail has been established since 1977 and has over 30 branches nationwide. Our Harrogate branch was opened in 1995 and has specialist consultants who each deal with different market segments. To apply for this or other similar roles in Harrogate, Knaresborough, Skipton, Leeds, Ripon, Northallerton or York area please email your CV to Katie Vass. Travail Employment Group Ltd is acting as an Employment Agency in relation to this vacancy. Travail Employment Group Ltd is acting as an Employment Agency in relation to this vacancy.

Part Time Customer Service Advisor

  • Leeds, West Yorkshire
  • £8.50 - £9.23 per hour + Canteen, pool area
  • Permanent
Posted 5 days ago

Customer Service Advisor Part Time 17 hours per week Leeds City Centre £8.50ph increasing to £9.00ph after 3 months Various Shifts Are you seeking a career rather than a job? Are you looking for progression and want to gain new skills? Then look no further! We currently have exciting opportunities for inbound customer service advisors who are available for an immediate start within a busy and vibrant customer service department. They are currently expanding and this is an incredibly exciting time to be joining their team. Benefits Temp to perm contract Real career progression opportunities made available Pay rate of £8.50ph increasing to £9.00ph after 3 months Fantastic learning and development team who will assist you in your journey Responsibilities within this role will include; Handling customer complaints and ensuring these are resolved in a timely and friendly manner Ensuring the customer leaves a happy customer once query or complaint is dealt with Handling large volumes of emails this will include queries and complaints and being able to adapt to each customer. Dealing with queries and complaints via social media platforms such as twitter Dealing with external queries To be successful within this role you will have the following; An excellent telephone manner being polite and courteous at all times Proven experience of handling complaints Excellent administration skills Please note candidates will need to be immediately available. The interview will take place in Leeds city centre so please make sure that you are available to attend. If this role is of interest then please apply online and we will be in touch with you in due course Randstad Business Support acts as an employment business when supplying temporary staff and as an employment agency when introducing candidates for permanent employment with a client. Randstad Business Support is an equal opportunities employer and decisions are made on merits alone.

Part Time Seasonal Sortation Associate- Delivery Station

  • National
  • 11.75-11.75
  • Permanent
Posted 14 days ago

Our Delivery Stations allow you to worknpart-time early morning or late night shifts.We are looking for individuals who cannthrive in a fast-paced warehouse environment that involves working with andnaround moving machinery and vehicles. Our Sortation Associates are the finalnstep in ensuring that each and every package gets delivered to our customers onntime.Shift Requirements:nBe willingnto work an early morning or late night shift on a part-time basisWhat it’s like to work in an WarehousenSafetynfirst:we arencommitted to providing one of the safest work environments, which means rulesnare to be followednChangingntemperatures: Warehousentemperatures can widely vary based upon local weather conditions, and maynoccasionally exceed 90 degreesnCustomernobsession:Workingnvigorously to earn and keep customer trustnQuality isnkey:Deliveringnresults with the right quality in a timely fashionnBenflexible:Associatesnshould be open to extra hours, time off, and a fast paced environmentnRotatingntasks: Associatesnwill rotate tasks multiple times throughout the weeknVariousnnoise levels: Noisenlevels may grow loud at timesBenefitsnEmployeendiscountnBasic Lifenand AD&D insurance after 30 daysnHolidaynovertime paynEmployeenAssistance ProgramnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnWe’llnsupport your educational and career goals with our Career Choice program

Florists - full time and part time

  • Huddersfield
  • Competitive salary, plus excellent benefits
  • Permanent
Posted 8 days ago

Retail is at the heart of our business, we’re proud to be the UK’s fourth largest supermarket serving more than 11 million customers each week across our growing network of around 500 stores. We are looking for experienced florists for our Huddersfield store on a full and part time basis. We believe in recruiting people who are passionate about delivering fantastic customer service and want to play an essential part in our ongoing success. You will produce high quality products, using floristry techniques and expert knowledge, to create and maintain great product presentation and department standards throughout. You will be responsible for driving sales through value added products and specialised florist services and by providing advice and support to customers. You will also help to build floristry skills throughout the department by sharing knowledge and floristry techniques and by coaching and developing colleagues. Flexibility is really important to us as you will need to be able to work a range of shifts including some early mornings, evenings and weekends. To be successful you will need to be a fully qualified florist or have the equivalent years service in the industry. You will have an excellent level of knowledge and understanding of the floristry industry along with a high level of creative design and construction of floristry items. Personally you will be able to demonstrate strong communication skills with a passion for improving customer satisfaction, profitability and productivity throughout the department. Our aim to offer more of what matters extends to our employees too. Join us and you can expect to enjoy great career prospects and a very competitive pay and benefits package. In addition to an attractive salary, we offer discount cards for you and two friends or family members giving you 10% off your shopping in Morrisons. We also offer company share options, a highly competitive pension scheme, Life Assurance and more besides. We are an equal opportunities employer and welcome applications from all sections of the community. Please note; we may close the vacancy early if we receive a high volume of applications. Shopkeepers for over 100 years, we love providing our customers with a great shopping experience they won’t find anywhere else. At just under 500 stores across the UK, our retail colleagues work as one team to provide plenty of food essentials, a great service and a buzz people enjoy. It’s why our customers keep coming back for more. The UK’s 4th largest supermarket, we provide great value for money and good quality fresh food and groceries to over 11 million customers every week. Our focus on freshness makes us stand out as we prepare more fresh food in-store than any other supermarket. It’s challenging. It’s fast-paced. But from Market Street to checkout our friendly team loves going above and beyond to bring our customers what they want. At Morrisons we believe in investing in our colleagues and industry-leading training programmes. We provide our colleagues with the opportunities they need to make it to the top. Many of our store managers started out on the shop floor. They’ve been there and done that. It’s how they know how to support our colleagues and help our customers so well.

Part-Time Seasonal Flexible Sortation Associate - Delivery Station

  • National
  • 11.75-11.75
  • Permanent
Posted 14 days ago

Our Delivery Stations allow you to worknpart-time early morning or late night shifts. We are looking for individualsnwho can thrive in a fast-paced warehouse environment that involves working withnand around moving machinery and vehicles. Our AMZL Sortation Associates are thenfinal step in ensuring that each and every package gets delivered to ourncustomers on time.Shift Details:nBe willing to work an early morning ornlate night shift on a part-time basisnWe are currently hiring for our Flexiblenovernight shifts which are typically from 1:15 AM – 6:15 AMnThis role is a flexible Part-Time, upnto 20 hours per weeknScheduled days are posted daily andnweekly. You will be able to select the days you want to work. (Subject tonbusiness needs)nAbility to work nights, weekends andnholidaysnThere are no guaranteed minimum weeklynhoursnGet shift requests and accept themnright on your phone!nExtra $0.50 shift differential fornworking nightsWorking in our warehousenSafetynfirst:We are committednto providing one of the safest work environments, which means rules are to benfollowednChangingntemperatures: Warehousentemperatures can widely vary based upon local weather conditions, and maynoccasionally exceed 90 degreesnCustomernobsession:Workingnvigorously to earn and keep customer trustnQuality isnkey:Deliveringnresults with the right quality in a timely fashionnBenflexible:Associatesnshould be open to extra hours, time off, and a fast paced environmentnRotatingntasks: Associatesnwill rotate tasks multiple times throughout the weeknVariousnnoise levels: Noisenlevels may grow loud at timesBenefitsnWeekly paynschedulenHolidaynovertime paynBasic Life,nAD&D insurancenOn-the-jobntraining and skill developmentnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnEmployeenAssistance Program

Part Time Op`s Manager

  • Leeds, West Yorkshire
  • Up to £29.86 per hour
  • Temporary
Posted 9 days ago

Main Duties Working with the Directors, you will maintain clear and effective organisational structures which will facilitate the smooth operation of the BRC within its member organisations. You will oversee the installation and project management of a new MRI within the BRC You coordinate the annual reporting of the BRC to the National Institute for Health Research Provide oversight and coordination of HR issues within the BRC Project Leadership of the Unit Leadership, in consultation with senior academic staff, of LMBRU projects, inclusive of consulting with those affected; these may include multimillion pounds projects in building or service developments. Be the main contact and manager for the NIHR, University and NHS and its staff relating to the Units activities and to represent the Unit in all issues delegated to this post by the NIHR, the University and NHS Head Office eg budget setting, staff issues and appointments, estates. Ensure that an administrative/management service (involving matters of, inter alia, budgets, estates, safety, policies and procedures for University of Leeds and Trust staff) is provided to the Section of Musculoskeletal Disease. This will include representing the Head of the Sections as necessary. Be the initial Budget Holder and manager for all accounts held within the Unit. Responsible for the production of management accounts and the adherence to financial processes. Liaison with associated Finance and Business Managers for the three employers. Proactively working with the University and Trust Administration to provide information on Unit processes, staff, finances and estates. Research Activities To identify local bottlenecks within the translational pathway that required infrastructure and people with specific scientific and management and advise on strategies to encourage research activities. To assist the Directors in setting research objectives and programme for implementation as well as preparing grant applications, contract negotiation and implementation Develop links with relevant research groups, industries and external bodies to encourage technology transfer opportunities and create opportunities for future research projects Committee membership You will also be a member of: the BRC Executive Group each of the Groups Management Committee The Director of Operations will also be an invited attendee, when requested, of the BRC Scientific Advisory Board and the BRC Board. NHS Contact Maintain NHS contacts and working with the Trust, line manage the NHS activities and staff within the Unit (staff issues, budgets and Special Trustee accounts, general estates issues). Proactively working with the BRC Directors in preparing, setting and supervising budgets across the Unit inclusive of: Regular monitoring of budget performance in each of the groups. Monitoring compliance with the financial policies and procedures for all activities and ensuring that these are at all times effective. Providing management/financial information to BRC Directors and the BRC Executive and BRC Board, as required. Responsibility for Staff and Personnel You will work closely with the Directors and the academic and scientific groups or team leaders in the managing, selecting, appraisal and training of these staff, and the proper planning and allocation of work (including compiling job descriptions). You will also be required to provide administrative support and advice to technical support staff in the Unit and to assist in the recruitment/interviewing of these staff. In conjunction with Human Resources, you will be responsible for ensuring the implementation of HR Policies and Procedures, as relevant and applicable, within the Unit and for reporting on these matters as required. Grants and Funding Administer the submission of grants using FEC procedures to the external funding agencies to which the Unit applies (eg AICR, NHS R&D, DoH etc) and internal LMBRU funding pools and ensuring that appropriate records are kept of all applications and ethics approval requests Identify innovative strategies for the funding of projects. General Keep the BRC Directors informed on a day to day basis about key developments within the Unit. Working with senior staff in the Unit and Sections to ensure they understand and use correct HR and financial procedures. Undertake assignments and projects agreed by BRC Directors without supervision over substantial periods of time. Ensure that all records relating to Unit administration and management comply with the requirements of the Data Protection Act. Such other duties as might be reasonably expected of the Director of Operations of the BRC Essential A post graduate experience (Masters Level) in a relevant scientific or technical subject or equivalent relevant experience Proven leadership skills, and ability to effect change, in a complex medical and/or scientific research environment Evidence of ability to manage change and work effectively in a rapidly evolving environment Excellent verbal and written communication skills Strong interpersonal and team working skills Experience of leading a large and diverse team with a track record of making major contributions to high performing organisations Ability to conceptualise, articulate and communicate persuasively about complex ideas Advanced organisational skills demonstrated by proven ability to successfully initiate, manage and complete projects Evidence of effective diplomatic, influencing and negotiating skills Experience and evidence of demonstrable results in problem solving by creating solutions, planning strategic action and reviewing impact This role is working part time (three days) Working ours to be confirmed with the client.

Part Time Op`s Manager

  • Leeds, West Yorkshire
  • Up to £29.86 per hour
  • Temporary
Posted 15 hours ago

Main Duties Working with the Directors, you will maintain clear and effective organisational structures which will facilitate the smooth operation of the BRC within its member organisations. You will oversee the installation and project management of a new MRI within the BRC You coordinate the annual reporting of the BRC to the National Institute for Health Research Provide oversight and coordination of HR issues within the BRC Project Leadership of the Unit Leadership, in consultation with senior academic staff, of LMBRU projects, inclusive of consulting with those affected; these may include multimillion pounds projects in building or service developments. Be the main contact and manager for the NIHR, University and NHS and its staff relating to the Units activities and to represent the Unit in all issues delegated to this post by the NIHR, the University and NHS Head Office eg budget setting, staff issues and appointments, estates. Ensure that an administrative/management service (involving matters of, inter alia, budgets, estates, safety, policies and procedures for University of Leeds and Trust staff) is provided to the Section of Musculoskeletal Disease. This will include representing the Head of the Sections as necessary. Be the initial Budget Holder and manager for all accounts held within the Unit. Responsible for the production of management accounts and the adherence to financial processes. Liaison with associated Finance and Business Managers for the three employers. Proactively working with the University and Trust Administration to provide information on Unit processes, staff, finances and estates. Research Activities To identify local bottlenecks within the translational pathway that required infrastructure and people with specific scientific and management and advise on strategies to encourage research activities. To assist the Directors in setting research objectives and programme for implementation as well as preparing grant applications, contract negotiation and implementation Develop links with relevant research groups, industries and external bodies to encourage technology transfer opportunities and create opportunities for future research projects Committee membership You will also be a member of: the BRC Executive Group each of the Groups Management Committee The Director of Operations will also be an invited attendee, when requested, of the BRC Scientific Advisory Board and the BRC Board. NHS Contact Maintain NHS contacts and working with the Trust, line manage the NHS activities and staff within the Unit (staff issues, budgets and Special Trustee accounts, general estates issues). Proactively working with the BRC Directors in preparing, setting and supervising budgets across the Unit inclusive of: Regular monitoring of budget performance in each of the groups. Monitoring compliance with the financial policies and procedures for all activities and ensuring that these are at all times effective. Providing management/financial information to BRC Directors and the BRC Executive and BRC Board, as required. Responsibility for Staff and Personnel You will work closely with the Directors and the academic and scientific groups or team leaders in the managing, selecting, appraisal and training of these staff, and the proper planning and allocation of work (including compiling job descriptions). You will also be required to provide administrative support and advice to technical support staff in the Unit and to assist in the recruitment/interviewing of these staff. In conjunction with Human Resources, you will be responsible for ensuring the implementation of HR Policies and Procedures, as relevant and applicable, within the Unit and for reporting on these matters as required. Grants and Funding Administer the submission of grants using FEC procedures to the external funding agencies to which the Unit applies (eg AICR, NHS R&D, DoH etc) and internal LMBRU funding pools and ensuring that appropriate records are kept of all applications and ethics approval requests Identify innovative strategies for the funding of projects. General Keep the BRC Directors informed on a day to day basis about key developments within the Unit. Working with senior staff in the Unit and Sections to ensure they understand and use correct HR and financial procedures. Undertake assignments and projects agreed by BRC Directors without supervision over substantial periods of time. Ensure that all records relating to Unit administration and management comply with the requirements of the Data Protection Act. Such other duties as might be reasonably expected of the Director of Operations of the BRC Essential A post graduate experience (Masters Level) in a relevant scientific or technical subject or equivalent relevant experience Proven leadership skills, and ability to effect change, in a complex medical and/or scientific research environment Evidence of ability to manage change and work effectively in a rapidly evolving environment Excellent verbal and written communication skills Strong interpersonal and team working skills Experience of leading a large and diverse team with a track record of making major contributions to high performing organisations Ability to conceptualise, articulate and communicate persuasively about complex ideas Advanced organisational skills demonstrated by proven ability to successfully initiate, manage and complete projects Evidence of effective diplomatic, influencing and negotiating skills Experience and evidence of demonstrable results in problem solving by creating solutions, planning strategic action and reviewing impact This role is working part time (three days) Working ours to be confirmed with the client.

Part Time Admin Officer/Audio Typist

  • Leeds, West Yorkshire
  • £10.00 - £10.12 per hour
  • Temporary
Posted 13 hours ago

Manpower are lokoing for a part time admin officer to work for the Unviersity of Leeds on a three month temporary contract. The role will include: General admin duties Photocopying, filing and scanning Audio typing Data entry The right candidate will be able to work 2/3 days a week. The client are fairly flexible with regards to days. Ideally you will come from a healthcare background. if this sounds like the right role for you then please apply now!

Assistant Accountant - 6 months FTC (Part-Time)

  • Wakefield
  • Competitive Salary & Excellent Benefits Package
  • Contract
Posted 9 days ago

We have a great opportunity for an Assistant Accountant for a part-time role at our Wakefield manufacturing site Rathbones. This is a 6 month position. The purpose of the role is to support in the delivery of company-wide transactions and processes within Finance function that your thinking is customer first in all aspects of your role. The accountabilities within the role are as follows; Customer Assist with financial reporting on both a regular and ad-hoc basis Provide and communicate financial information to stakeholders across the business Assist with the continuous improvement process for financial reporting in order to ensure that stakeholders' requirements are fully met. Colleague Participate in projects, providing expertise and support for improving business processes and procedures Take responsibility for cultivating positive working relationships with key business stakeholders and finance department peers. Operational Generate accruals, prepayments and adjustment journals and providing detailed analysis of overhead expenditure to key stakeholders Prepare balance sheet reconciliations and assisting the financial accountant/finance manager to identify key risks and opportunities within those accounts Take responsibility for assigned general ledger accounts to ensure they are correctly stated on a periodic basis Produce meaningful commentary to financial reports, enabling departments to manage their budgets more effectively and efficiently Ensure the application of operational and financial controls. Sales, Profit and Cash Provide variance analysis and trending techniques to measure cost accounts against budget, forecasts and cash flow. In order to be successful within this role, you will need the following role-specific knowledge, skills and experience; Knowledge A professional qualification of CIMA, AAT, ACA, ACCA or equivalent (or be working towards) Skills The ability to understand customers requirements and respond to their feedback, delivering excellent customer service every day The ability to drive personal development and share own learning with others The ability to be self-motivated and persistent Attention to detail Proficient analytical and numerical skills. Experience Experience of operating in a complex, fast-paced environment Experience of using IT packages in particular Microsoft Excel and/or Google Sheets Proven ability to deliver to deadlines. With an eye on the future and our finger on the pulse of what’s going on in our business, we partner with all of our teams and play a big part in the big decisions. We support change programmes and capital expenditure projects. We provide business leaders with vital management information and analysis. As well as looking after our cash, accounts and working capital, we also control costs, produce forecasts, deliver insight and manage supplier reporting and supplier payments. There’s never a dull moment. Our aim to offer more of what matters extends to our employees too. Join us and you can expect to enjoy great career prospects and a very competitive pay and benefits package. In addition to an attractive salary, we offer a discount card for you and two for friends or family members giving you 10% off your shopping in Morrisons. We also offer company share options, a highly competitive pension scheme, Life Assurance and more besides. We are an equal opportunities employer and welcome applications from all sections of the community.

Collections Advisor (Part Time)

  • Leeds, West Yorkshire
  • Up to £17218.50 per annum
  • Permanent
Posted 5 days ago

PartTime Collections Agent Leeds City Centre Opening hours: Monday to Friday 8am 5.30pm £17,218.50 pro rata + annual bonus Are you confident in dealing with customers over the phone? Are you adaptable, professional and selfefficient? We are looking for a Collections Agent to join one on the UKs leading organisations. Working on behalf of a multinational brewing company, youll become part of a closeknit team where employees are rewarded through incentives & vouchers and even free beer! As a Collections Agent you will: Investigate and manage your own caseload Recover money from nontrading customers Set up payment plans and increase cash flow for the business Work as a team to help customers get back on track The ideal candidate must have: Experience in credit control or collections The ability to communicate and negotiate with customers A calm and friendly approach Excellent organisational and listening skills If you are interested in the position and would pass a credit check & criminal record check then wed love to hear from you! Search is an equal opportunities recruiter and we welcome applications from all suitably skilled or qualified applicants, regardless of their race, sex, disability, religion/beliefs, sexual orientation or age.

GP Required - Part time

  • Halifax
  • Competitive
  • Permanent
Posted 15 days ago

A General Practitioner is required to join highly reputable Services which cover 3 sites across Halifax. The services offer high quality primary care and access to a range of health professionals. They provide a range of health services and information as well as advice and treatment for a range of illnesses. If you are successful for this position you will receive a competitive salary ranging from �100,000 - �110,000 per annum depending upon skill and experience, as well as great additional benefits. As a GP you will be joining 3 sites around Halifax where you will be on roster to provide cover on each site and share the share the Saturday morning cover on a rota basis, with the service manager in charge. Your main duties will involve: � Supervising nursing staff in matters relating to the treatment of patients � Encouraging and supporting the GP provisions of the service to promote the medical and clinical services delivery � Undertaking a variety of duties which will include surgery consultations, electronic consultations and queries, home visits, checking and signing repeat prescriptions � Assessing the needs of the patients and screen for disease risk factors and early signs of illness while developing treatment and associated care plans � Recording clear and contemporaneous consultation notes You will need the following: � Full and unrestricted GMC registration on the GP Register and named on the English National Performers List � Excellent communication skills � both written and verbal � The ability to work under pressure and within an ever changing environment To be considered for this role you must be a qualified General Practitioner with a current registration with GMC Reference ID: 2818

Sales Assistant Part Time

  • Leeds
  • Competitive
  • Permanent
Posted 12 days ago

Sales Assistant Established in 1981 with a single store in the North West of England, JD Sports Fashion plc is a leading Multi-Channel retailer of sports fashion and outdoor brands in the UK and Europe. The Group has over 1200 stores across a number of retail fascias and is proud of the fact that it always provides its customers with the latest products from the very best brands. Role Overview: Being part of the team you will be responsible for ensuring our customers receive the best possible service each time they visit your store. You will assist in maximising store profitability by exceeding your sales targets and utilising the in-store devices, while contributing to a successful store team. Customer Service Greet all customers in a warm, genuine and friendly manner. Ensure that customers receive the best possible service every time that they enter the store. Understand the process of the Customer Service measuring programme. Sales Drive sales, ensuring that targets are achieved and, where possible, exceeded. Utilise the in-store devices, offering the customer the whole product range. Provide alternatives and add on sales at every opportunity. Visual Merchandising Assist in the maintenance of standards on the shop floor and for all displays and merchandise. Keep stock, clean and presentable at all times. Replenish stock levels when needed, making sure the full size range is on the shop floor where possible. General To deputise for other staff, work within departments, or carry out other duties as required. Represent the company in the most professional manner at all times. Conduct your work in a safe and responsible manner. Skills/Experience/Knowledge Needed Good communication skills Confident and outgoing Effective selling skills Benefits Career Progression Company discount Competitive salary Company pension

Part time Senior Administrator

  • Leeds, West Yorkshire
  • £20.92 - £21.92 per hour
  • Temporary
Posted 25 days ago

Main Duties Working with the Directors, you will maintain clear and effective organisational structures which will facilitate the smooth operation of the BRC within its member organisations. You will oversee the installation and project management of a new MRI within the BRC You coordinate the annual reporting of the BRC to the National Institute for Health Research Provide oversight and coordination of HR issues within the BRC Project Leadership of the Unit Leadership, in consultation with senior academic staff, of LMBRU projects, inclusive of consulting with those affected; these may include multimillion pounds projects in building or service developments. Be the main contact and manager for the NIHR, University and NHS and its staff relating to the Units activities and to represent the Unit in all issues delegated to this post by the NIHR, the University and NHS Head Office eg budget setting, staff issues and appointments, estates. Ensure that an administrative/management service (involving matters of, inter alia, budgets, estates, safety, policies and procedures for University of Leeds and Trust staff) is provided to the Section of Musculoskeletal Disease. This will include representing the Head of the Sections as necessary. Be the initial Budget Holder and manager for all accounts held within the Unit. Responsible for the production of management accounts and the adherence to financial processes. Liaison with associated Finance and Business Managers for the three employers. Proactively working with the University and Trust Administration to provide information on Unit processes, staff, finances and estates. Research Activities To identify local bottlenecks within the translational pathway that required infrastructure and people with specific scientific and management and advise on strategies to encourage research activities. To assist the Directors in setting research objectives and programme for implementation as well as preparing grant applications, contract negotiation and implementation Develop links with relevant research groups, industries and external bodies to encourage technology transfer opportunities and create opportunities for future research projects Committee membership You will also be a member of: the BRC Executive Group each of the Groups Management Committee The Director of Operations will also be an invited attendee, when requested, of the BRC Scientific Advisory Board and the BRC Board. NHS Contact Maintain NHS contacts and working with the Trust, line manage the NHS activities and staff within the Unit (staff issues, budgets and Special Trustee accounts, general estates issues). Proactively working with the BRC Directors in preparing, setting and supervising budgets across the Unit inclusive of:Regular monitoring of budget performance in each of the groups. Monitoring compliance with the financial policies and procedures for all activities and ensuring that these are at all times effective. Providing management/financial information to BRC Directors and the BRC Executive and BRC Board, as required. Responsibility for Staff and Personnel You will work closely with the Directors and the academic and scientific groups or team leaders in the managing, selecting, appraisal and training of these staff, and the proper planning and allocation of work (including compiling job descriptions). You will also be required to provide administrative support and advice to technical support staff in the Unit and to assist in the recruitment/interviewing of these staff. In conjunction with Human Resources, you will be responsible for ensuring the implementation of HR Policies and Procedures, as relevant and applicable, within the Unit and for reporting on these matters as required. Grants and Funding Administer the submission of grants using FEC procedures to the external funding agencies to which the Unit applies (eg AICR, NHS R&D, DoH etc) and internal LMBRU funding pools and ensuring that appropriate records are kept of all applications and ethics approval requests Identify innovative strategies for the funding of projects. General Keep the BRC Directors informed on a day to day basis about key developments within the Unit. Working with senior staff in the Unit and Sections to ensure they understand and use correct HR and financial procedures. Undertake assignments and projects agreed by BRC Directors without supervision over substantial periods of time. Ensure that all records relating to Unit administration and management comply with the requirements of the Data Protection Act. Such other duties as might be reasonably expected of the Director of Operations of the BRC Person Specification Essential A post graduate experience (Masters Level) in a relevant scientific or technical subject or equivalent relevant experience Proven leadership skills, and ability to effect change, in a complex medical and/or scientific research environment Evidence of ability to manage change and work effectively in a rapidly evolving environment Excellent verbal and written communication skills Strong interpersonal and team working skills Experience of leading a large and diverse team with a track record of making major contributions to high performing organisations Ability to conceptualise, articulate and communicate persuasively about complex ideas Advanced organisational skills demonstrated by proven ability to successfully initiate, manage and complete projects Evidence of effective diplomatic, influencing and negotiating skills Experience and evidence of demonstrable results in problem solving by creating solutions, planning strategic action and reviewing impact Proven ability to build, maintain and develop effective working relationships with staff at all levels inside and outside an organisation

Housekeeper (Part-Time), Three Valleys Hospital

  • Steeton, West Yorkshire, England
  • £7.83 - 7.83 per hour
  • Permanent
Expires in 12 hours

Elysium Healthcare brings together a unique approach to the delivery of care where the service user is embedded in the heart of all aspects of hospital life. Our inclusive way of working has the service user as a true partner in their care. We recognise that each and every member of staff has an important role to play in the success of Elysium. It is with their dedication, passion and hard work that we can deliver excellent care programs that truly benefit the service users. Elysium Healthcare has a network of over 70 services strategically placed across England and Wales. Annual salary: £8,143.20 (£7.83 per hour) Hours per week: 20 Our Housekeeper role involves: Carrying out housekeeping operations in line with departmental procedures Using all chemical and machinery in line with department procedures, health and safety regulations and manufacture instructions Effectively monitoring the usage of janitorial products and oversee the maintenance of storage areas Ensuring that all housekeeping tasks are achieved around the needs of the patients Working as part of a team to ensure that all rooms, corridors, offices and communal areas under our responsibility are cleaned, tided and left ready for use Being pro-active in helping to further improve our service delivery through liaisons with the manager Promoting and maintaining professional relationships within the department and with customers Acting as a mentor to newly trained staff when required Taking personal responsibility for ensuring the work practices and the environment meet the requirements of the Health and Safety at Work regulations and reporting all deficits to management To be successful as a Housekeeper, you'll need: A good standard of literacy and numeracy Knowledge of Health & Safety Knowledge of COSHH regulations Good customer service skills A willingness to learn A positive can-do attitude Experience of working in a similar role (desirable) About our benefits In return for your expertise and hard work, we offer a wide range of benefits: 25 days annual leave plus bank holidays (at commencement of employment) A Group Personal Pension Plan (GPPP) Life Assurance Free meals while on duty Employee Assistance Services Continuous learning and development Childcare vouchers Career development * Voluntary Benefits Elysium Healthcare follows safer recruitment of staff for all appointments. It is a requirement that all staff understand it is each person's individual responsibility and are committed to promoting and safeguarding the welfare of service users. Candidates will be subject to an Enhanced DBS disclosure.

Customer Solutions Specialist Part-time

  • Leeds
  • £18-24k FTE plus uncapped bonus
  • Permanent
Posted 14 days ago

The RoleOur rapidly growing business has ongoing opportunities for enthusiastic, engaging people who want to develop their career in financial services.As a Customer Solutions Specialist you will work on the telephone, contacting clients through existing leads generated by our marketing team, people visiting our website and our TV Adverts - absolutely no cold calling!If you are a target driven self-starter with a passion to succeed, this could be the ideal role for you to start your career in Financial Services. If you can empathise with customers, quickly build rapport and can also work on your own initiative, then read onTo apply you'll need fantastic negotiation skills, be resilient and patient and used to working in a fast paced team environment.Reports toTeam ManagerHours of workMinimum 25 hours over 5 daysPersonal SpecificationThe roleKey outputs Outbound calling of customers within the AP database To contact client leads generated by marketing / advertising Discuss appropriate product with client and influence client to agree to an appointment with one of the specialist teams Speaking to existing clients across key business areas to confirm appointments To promote the business at all available opportunities Achieve agreed sales targets for calls made and appointments booked Other ad-hoc duties as and when required by the businessSkills & knowledgeMandatory Experience of working towards and achieving targets Proven track record within an outcome driven environment Experience of customer services environmentDesired Experience of working within a financial services organisation Experience of telephone-based financial services Previous experience within a fast paced contact centre preferably in an outbound dialling environment GCSE or equivalent in Maths GCSE or equivalent in English CeMAPRead more

Customer Assistant - (Fresh) Part time - Flexi

  • Leeds
  • Competitive
  • Permanent
Posted 8 days ago

Customers are at the heart of everything we do. It takes lots of different people to run a store and this is a job for doers, with plenty of variety. Within one shift you could be guiding a customer to a product, serving on the checkouts, helping to fill shelves, taking a delivery or moving stock around the warehouse. It’s a committed role, full of everyday challenges, but that’s one of the things that makes it so rewarding. Whether you are looking for flexibility to suit your lifestyle or the opportunity to progress your career, this can be the role for you. You’ll be someone with great communication skills and works well in a team, while being ready to roll up your sleeves and do what’s needed to give our customers great service. We’ll be depending on you, as the face of Tesco, to Serve Britain’s Shoppers a Little Better Everyday: - Get to know your customers, greet them with a smile and serve them with pride - Take time to listen, and help out wherever you can - Make decisions that are right for our customers - Be passionate and knowledgeable about our products and services - Always be there, on time and properly presented. We’re proud to have an inclusive culture at Tesco where everyone is welcome and truly feels able to be themselves. Our aim is to attract and welcome a diverse range applicants from all walks of life to help improve and develop our team every day. Our business was built with a simple mission – to be the champion for customers, helping them to enjoy a better quality of life and an easier way of living. This hasn't changed. Customers want great products at great value which they can buy easily and it's our job to deliver this in the right way for them. Benefits Package - Colleague Discount Card (including a second card for a family member) after 6 months service with 10% off most purchases at Tesco. - An annual bonus scheme where you could achieve up to 3.5% of eligible 2017/18 earnings. - Childcare Vouchers - Share Schemes - Deals & Discounts through Tesco including Tesco Mobile & - Tesco Bank - Deals and Discounts through many other external businesses - Sunday and Out of Hours premiums available

Part-time Primary Teacher | Leeds

  • Nationwide / Work from Home
  • £100 - 189 per day
  • Permanent
Posted 14 days ago

Vision for Education is seeking to appoint a Primary Tea cher to join our successful supply teaching team and to work in a local primary school in Leeds, West Yorkshire. This will be for a part-time role working 2/3 days per week. This is a large and successful two form entry primary school, which is oversubscribed and has a strong reputation in the local community. The behaviour and attitude of the children is outstanding, and children enjoy coming to the school to learn. The desired Primary Teacher will be supported by an outstanding and passionate management team, and will work alongside some excellent practitioners, who put children at the heart of everything they do. The desired Teacher must have experience of working across both Key Stages. To be considered for the position of Key Stage 2 Teacher you must: Have experience teaching primary education at Key Stage 1and 2 Level Hold Qualified Teacher Status (QTS) Have a genuine desire to become part of a committed team of Primary Teachers Have a passion for teaching with the ability to plan and deliver inspiring lessons At Vision for Education we take our responsibilities to you seriously and our aim is to ensure you are well supported and rewarded for your efforts. As part of Vision for Education Supply Team the desired Primary Teacher will benefit from: Excellent daily rates paid weekly through PAYE £50 reward every time you recommend a colleague Support throughout your placements Access to a dedicated Primary consultant 24 hours a day, 7 days a week Unparalleled daily rates Access to free CPD such as Team Teach, Autism Awareness and Moving and Handling qualifications Full compliance with AWR (Agency Worker Regulations) to make sure you get paid what you deserve £50 reward every time you recommend a colleague Pension Contributions (subject to qualifying period) Regular social events with 100% complimentary food and drink If you are a qualified PrimaryTeacher who can enthuse, motivate and engage students and would like the challenge of working in a demanding and rewarding environment then we want to hear from you. Apply today or for more information on this and other teaching opportunities across Vision for Education contact the Primary Education team in the Leeds Branch. #####@######.### | ##### ######

Registered Mental Health Nurse (RMN) (part time)

  • Dewsbury, West Yorkshire, England
  • £14 per hour
  • Permanent
Posted a month ago

Ready for the recognition and rewards you deserve? We don't just talk about putting employees first. We know that Priory wouldn't exist without their combined energy, expertise and effort. So we invest heavily in training, provide first-class support, promote collaborative teamwork and give everyone on our team the opportunities and resources to achieve their full potential. Set within a safe and therapeutic environment, the Priory Hospital Dewsbury is a 32 bedded locked service, supporting two different service user groups: Hartley Ward focuses upon the active rehabilitation of men with mental health issues. The emphasis is upon stabilising mental health, reducing risks and enhancing independent living skills, with a view to reintegration into the community. This is a 22 bed ward. Jubilee Ward supports men with dementia, and behaviours that challenge. This is a 10 bed ward. The role: The above role will be primarily focused around the effective delivery of clinical care and working towards improving standards within the clinical areas of the service. The successful candidate will be expected to have excellent interpersonal skills when liaising with members of the multi-disciplinary team, external agencies and organisations, patients and relatives. The post holder should also have a good working knowledge of the mental health and mental capacity acts Qualifications and skills: Candidates will be expected to demonstrate genuine commitment and enthusiasm for working with this client group. Registered Mental Health Nurse qualification * NMC pin Priory Hospital Dewsbury offers great benefits including £250 contribution towards CPD, full NMC payment, contributory pension scheme, a comprehensive employee assistance programme and discount centre, and paid birthday leave. There's also free car parking and subsidised meals while you're on duty. Our site is located just off J28 of the M62 and J40 of the M1 and is easily reached from the major West Yorkshire conurbations of Bradford, Halifax, Huddersfield, Leeds. Sheffield and surrounding areas. About us From education to hospitals, care homes and secure facilities, the Priory Group of Companies offers individually tailored, multidisciplinary treatment programmes for those with complex educational needs or requiring acute, long-term and respite mental healthcare. The integrated strength of each service provides a seamless transition for the individual as they progress between higher and lower dependency care and across services. This unique approach ensures that every individual has the opportunity to achieve the best possible outcomes and quality of life with the Priory Group. As 85% of our services are publicly funded and delivered in partnership with commissioners, our teams work with commissioning bodies across the country to provide transparent pricing models and evidence-based care programmes. Disclosure All roles will be subject to a successful disclosure at an appropriate level from the Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS), Access NI or Disclosure Scotland. We are an equal opportunities employer.

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