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  • £17,000.00 to £19,000.00 per annum
  • London, UK
  • 2 days ago

Role: Admin Assistant

Location: London

Part time 15 hours a week

Salary £17,000 to £19,000 per annum (pro rata)


Update files

Take calls


Responding to emails

Organising diaries and scheduling meetings

General office duties as directed by managers


Requires good communication skills

Good admin skills like system data input, Microsoft Office etc

Strong team player

Flexible to respond to multiple priorities



  • £25,778.00 to £27,345.00 per annum
  • Bradford, UK
  • 2 days ago

Role: NCOP Outreach Officer

Fixed Term until end July 2021


37 hours per week 


Bradford College is a dynamic College in the heart of West Yorkshire, offering further education and higher education to its diverse learners. The College has a strong commitment to delivering an outstanding student experience through a broad and inspiring curriculum


Bradford College has an exciting new opportunity for an Outreach Officer. This fixed term funded post will be responsible for championing and ensuring the success of the Office for Students (OfS) funded Go Higher West Yorkshire National Collaborative Outreach Programme (NCOP) project in University Centre Bradford College. The National Collaborative Outreach Programme aims to reduce the gap between the most and least represented groups in terms of progression to Higher Education.


The successful candidate


We are seeking to appoint an experienced and confident person who can bring knowledge and experience of working with key influencers and in communities and of higher education, to develop innovative and effective activity to help meet project targets. 


The successful candidate will have demonstrable experience of outreach work. This involves schools liaison, event and project management. You will be knowledgeable about widening participation and groups under represented inhigher education.


Degree qualified you will have a track record of successfully completing a similar role in an educational environment. 


You will help ensure the effective involvement of key stakeholders in the project and work within the wider team to set, progress and meet Programme targets and objectives. You will be highly motivated, able to work on your own initiative and solution oriented. You will be capable of managing a high workload and be able to prioritise and delegate effectively in order to ensure all deadlines are met.


This post requires a proactive and self-motivated individual, who can operate in a flexible manner.


As NCOP Outreach Officer you will:

Deliver the objectives of the National Collaborative Outreach Programme (NCOP) by:

· Being the principal contact and champion for the project within your institution, engaging academic and other staff in Go Higher West Yorkshire NCOP activities and fully supporting the Partner Agreement.

· Arranging, delivering and project managing one-off events, presentations, workshops or longer schemes of activity, to support engagement and progression of participants. These may take place at your institution, at a partner institution, school/college, employer or community location. This will include both direct delivery and making necessary arrangements for delivery by others (for example academics or student ambassadors).

· Maintaining and updating management information and data as required for your institution for Go Higher West Yorkshire and Office for Students evaluation and review.

· Developing and monitoring appropriate activity to ensure satisfactory progression of the project against agreed targets including preparing action plans and progress reports as required.

· Maintaining excellent contact with Go Higher West Yorkshire project staff (based in the GHWY central team, at partner institutions or school/colleges) and other partners (e.g. LEP, community organisations, employers) to progress collaboratively delivered activity, including providing reports and updates as required.

· Representing your institution and/or Go Higher West Yorkshire NCOP as appropriate at internal and external meetings and events.

· Monitoring project expenditure and other resources allocated to your institution working alongside the manager accountable for the funding.

· Effectively communicate with all stakeholders, Go Higher West Yorkshire staff and other delivery partners to ensure the success of the project and support the participants into Higher Education.

· Ensuring appropriate Health and Safety and safeguarding procedures are followed at all times.

· The list above is by no means comprehensive and is designed to give you an idea of the wide ranging tasks you may be asked to undertake.

If you think you meet the above criteria and are interested in finding out more, then please apply now to be considered for the position.


We are offering attractive benefits packages including a lucrative pension scheme, childcare vouchers, cycle to work scheme, training & development opportunities and numerous money saving options with local organisations.


Closing date: 19th November 2019. 

  • £20,149.00 to £21,767.00 per annum
  • Derby, UK
  • 3 days ago

Role: Senior Administrative Assistant

A position is available for a Senior Administrative Assistant in Academic & Student Experience (A&SE), with a main focus on supporting the award winning work of the Centre for Excellence in Learning Teaching (CELT) team. This is an opportunity to join an exciting area which is playing a key role in the continuous drive for teaching excellence at the University of Derby.

The post holder will have a passion for supporting projects and initiatives that actively seek to enhance the quality of teaching and enrichment of the Derby student experience. Working day-to-day with a small team of dedicated academics, they will contribute to the success of key areas of CELT activity. These will include Advance HE professional recognition, the Undergraduate Research Scholarship Scheme (URSS), Derby Excellence in Learning, Teaching and Assessment (DELTA) staff development, and the Annual Learning and Teaching Conference, as well as exciting new projects as the remit of CELT grows.

The successful candidate will possess strong independent working skills and will be responsible for their own areas of work, supporting the wider A&SE support team on key priorities when needed. They will also be able to communicate efficiently and work collaboratively with key University stakeholders (from students to Executive) and external stakeholders to deliver consistent results. Adaptability is a key attribute and the post holder will have additional responsibilities within the A&SE area.

This exciting role is a unique opportunity to be part of a vibrant area of the University which is committed ‘to high-quality learning and teaching which promotes student engagement and success’.

Principle Accountabilities

All of the principle accountabilities incorporate the core values and behaviors of the University, which should be demonstrated throughout the role.

Primary administration of Learning and Teaching activity as directed by the Centre for Excellence in Learning and Teaching.

Day-to-day support of a small team of academic staff to deliver strategic areas of the Learning and Teaching portfolio.

Utilise strong organisational and communication skills to facilitate the delivery of events, conferences, panels, training sessions, and projects.

Compile information and data for yourself or colleagues to use in the production of institutional reports.

Contribute to the finance operations and departmental administration functions in support of activities across the ASE portfolio.

Create and develop support mechanisms for emerging Learning and Teaching priorities.

Awareness and accountability in handling sensitive and confidential data in a responsible manner.

Use attention to detail and keen analytical skills to promote the continuous improvement and development of processes and procedures.

Deputise for the Deputy Administrative Officer as required and coordinate the resourcing and delivery of operational needs.

This is the job description within the current team structure; it is subject to possible change in line with the needs of the business. Any such change will be through discussion with the individual. The individual will be expected to undertake any other reasonable duties as directed by your line manager, commensurate with the grade/level of the role and spirit of the job purpose.


  • Competitive Salary
  • Brough, UK
  • 2 weeks ago

Role- Advanced Business Administrator Apprenticeship

Location: Brough


Role Profile

The Advanced Business Administrator Apprenticeship is a two-year scheme and will offer you the opportunity to gain real experience working in the business areas which support all of our products. Through a combination of ‘off-the-job’ training, reviews and work placements, you will gain exposure to real challenges that support our business.

The number and location of your placements will depend on the site you apply for.

What Does The Apprenticeship Involve?

You will have the opportunity to learn how to:

  • Deliver your responsibilities efficiently and with integrity
  • Show a positive attitude
  • Work well within a team
  • To demonstrate strong communication skills (both written and verbal)
  • Time management
  • Problem-solving
  • Develop your organisational skills
  • Project management skills

Typically you will be placed within one business area for the duration of your apprenticeship. Business areas include:

  • Business Development
  • Commercial
  • Manufacturing Operations
  • Procurement
  • Project Management


What Qualification Will You Get?

The Advanced Business Administrator Apprenticeship will provide the opportunity to gain the following:

Level 3 Business Administrator standard

Level 2 Functional skills in Mathematics and English (if not already achieved)

 How Will I Be Rewarded?

Advanced Business Administrator apprentices typically start on a salary of £12,557 per year, with increases throughout the scheme, dependent upon performance and behaviours. You will also gain access to the Company pension and share saving schemes.

Overview of Business Unit

The Air sector is a world leader in the aerospace industry with expertise that can be traced back to the very earliest days of aviation.

We design and build advanced training and combat aircraft; develop and work with the latest in cutting-edge technology; and provide support and maintenance for our customers across the world
By joining our 23,000-strong global workforce, you could directly contribute to some of our leading aircraft including the Eurofighter Typhoon, F-35 Lightning II or our next generation of aircraft, in the UK or at one of our international sites. Whether you’re providing direct support to our customers, ensuring our programmes run to time and cost or influencing the design and manufacture of our products, you’ll be completing work that counts.

We’re looking for people who are passionate about delivering excellence and supporting some of the world’s most significant aerospace organisations.

We believe in investing in our people and inspiring continual innovation in our business. Developing and using the latest technology to compete with the world’s best is at the heart of what we do.  

Providing world-class training, support and development to our people means we inspire the very best talent to achieve great things

Security/ Export Control

Please be aware that many roles working for BAE Systems will be subject to both security and export control restrictions. These restrictions mean that factors including your nationality, any previous nationalities you have held, and/or your place of birth may limit those roles that you can perform for the organisation.

Diversity & Inclusion

We are an inclusive employer. Recruiting, retaining and inspiring the best people from the widest pool is vitally important to us. We encourage and welcome applications from all sections of society and are happy to discuss reasonable adjustments and/or additional arrangements you may need to support your application.


  • £22,000.00 to £27,000.00 per annum
  • Manchester, UK
  • 4 weeks ago

Role: Executive Assistant - Manchester
Salary for the Executive Assistant - £22k -£27k

An exciting opportunity to join an expanding accountancy firm in their Manchester City Centre HQ.

You will join this firm on a permanent basis, where over the last 6 years, they have grown substantially from around 25 colleagues to just under 200 – with this, comes huge capability for progression, development and exposure for yourself and those around you. For example, one colleague began his journey around 7 years ago as a Junior, and is now an Associate Director, this could also be you!

You will work with large, international trading clients, high net-worth individuals, like-minded professionals and more.

What You Will Do As The Executive Assistant

·       Work directly with one of the company Directors alongside the current Executive Assistant

·       Manage workload on a daily basis

·       Take meeting minutes and project manage to ensure all actions are completed as agreed

·       Complete follow ups to all meetings

·       First point of contact for updates and queries

·       Prepare meeting agendas and perform research for meetings

·       Communicate with board members and clients alike

·       Organise media appearances and events

·       Maintain a strong working relationship with other relevant departments and staff members

·       Prepare and deliver monthly reports


Required Skills for The Executive Assistant

·       Professional expertise in a senior Assistant position

·       Ability to multitask and work professionally

·       Excellent communication, written and verbally

·       Excellent time management and strong organisation

·       Flexibility and willingness to travel on occasion


Preferred Skills for The Executive Assistant

·       An exceptional role model and advocate of the brand

·       Strong with IT and MS Office

·       CPD/PRINCE Qualification

·       Experience using Zoho


Benefits for You, The Executive Assistant

·       £22k - £27k

·       Performance Related Bonus

·       Increasing Holidays

·       Flexible Working

·       Annual Salary Review

·       Private Medical Cover

·       Company Pension

·       Ongoing Training and Career Development

If you believe you are the Executive Assistant who would fit into this excellent company and are looking for a fresh challenge, then click apply now to find out more.

  • Competitive Salary
  • Blackburn, UK
  • 4 weeks ago

Role: Administrator

Location: Blackburn

Contract Type: Permanent

Department: Wealth Management

Hours: Full time


About us:

PM+M is a vibrant, dynamic and award-winning firm of Chartered Accountants and business advisers, with offices in Blackburn, Burnley and Bury, covering East Lancashire, Greater Manchester and beyond. We have ambitious growth plans and our goal is to be the best north-west firm of finance professionals. PM+M is a member of Praxity, the 7th largest global accountancy association and the largest association of independent firms. Being part of Praxity allows us to have strong international connections and a great source of secondment opportunities. An opportunity has arisen to join the Wealth Management Team as an Administrator.


Job purpose and primary objectives:

To work as part of the Wealth Management team providing an excellent service to their clients’ in accordance with the firm’s values, procedures, prevailing legislation and good professional practice so as to meet or exceed clients’ expectations and needs. Duties and responsibilities: Support our advisers and paraplanners in helping clients, many of whom are business owner managers, professionals and retired people, in all aspects of wealth management – planning, tax mitigation, investment strategy and asset protection.


· Responsibility for the incoming post, ensuring it is filed to systems and distributed.

· The completion of valuations, identity checks, attitude to risk questionnaires, set up of new clients, chasing providers and ensuring client files are compliant etc.

· Working as a team and supporting others where needed.


Reporting and performance management:

· Reporting to the team supervisor.

· Quarterly performance reviews, alongside an annual personal development plan, to ensure development is maintained to help you reach your full potential.

· Professional, technical and soft skill training. We also want you to be:

· Keen to play an active role in a dynamic team and willing to contribute to the success of the team and the firm as a whole.

· Passionate about providing great client service.

· Great at communicating with people at all levels – face to face and in writing.

· Positive and good at using your initiative.

· Organised and good at working under pressure.

· Motivated and well organised.


Our ideal candidate will:

· Be familiar with the use of recognised software applications (word, excel, outlook).

· Have excellent verbal and written communication skills as there will be contact with clients at all levels.

· Have good organisational skills as well as the ability to take initiative and contribute to the effective running of the department.

· Have at least 2 years administration experience within a wealth management background.


Package details:

Salary: Dependent on experience

Benefits: · 23.5 days’ holiday per annum + bank holidays (3.5 days to be used for the Christmas closedown)

· On site free parking

· Flexible benefits (salary sacrifice) scheme including a range of benefits such as private medical insurance, child care vouchers, extra holidays etc.

· Employer pension contribution of 8%

· Death in Service life cover of 4 x salary

· Full technical training and support towards the CII if applicable

  • £17,000.00 to £21,000.00 per annum
  • Birmingham, UK
  • 4 weeks ago

Role: Admin Assistant

Location: Birmingham

Salary £17,000 to £21,000 depending on experience

Full time

We are currently recruiting for an administrator to provide and efficient and effective administrative support service to our small accounts team


  • Updating admin files ie Coshh / certificates/ policies and procedures
  • Setting up staff files in line with CQC guidelines
  • Administration of the training matrix to ensure all staff are compliant
  • Dealing with petty cash and petty cash returns
  • Auditing and control of residents available cash
  • Undertaking all admin audits i.e. staff file audits
  • Archiving
  • Meeting and greeting visitors to the homes
  • General office duties as directed by the managers


  • £17,000.00 to £21,000.00 per annum
  • Birmingham, UK
  • 4 weeks ago

Role: Office Assistant

Location: Birmingham

Salary £17,000 to £21,000 depending on experience

Full time

We are currently recruiting for an administrator to provide and efficient and effective administrative support service to our small accounts team


  • Updating admin files ie Coshh / certificates/ policies and procedures
  • Setting up staff files in line with CQC guidelines
  • Administration of the training matrix to ensure all staff are compliant
  • Dealing with petty cash and petty cash returns
  • Auditing and control of residents available cash
  • Undertaking all admin audits i.e. staff file audits
  • Archiving
  • Meeting and greeting visitors to the homes
  • General office duties as directed by the managers
  • Managing the diary for staff jobs
  • Recording progress and reporting to managers


  • £17,000.00 to £19,000.00 per annum
  • Leeds, UK
  • 4 weeks ago

Role: Admin Assistant

Location: Leeds

Salary £17,000 to £19,000 depending on experience

Full time

We are currently recruiting for an administrator to provide and efficient and effective administrative support service to our small accounts team


  • Updating admin files ie Coshh / certificates/ policies and procedures
  • Setting up staff files in line with CQC guidelines
  • Administration of the training matrix to ensure all staff are compliant
  • Dealing with petty cash and petty cash returns
  • Auditing and control of residents available cash
  • Undertaking all admin audits i.e. staff file audits
  • Archiving
  • Meeting and greeting visitors to the homes
  • General office duties as directed by the managers


  • Not mentioned
  • Blackburn, UK
  • 2 months ago

Main purpose of job

1.       To provide cost effective administrative and secretarial support to the partner and other senior fee earners in the team in the work of the department.

Key tasks


1.         To undertake matters which you are competent to conduct having due regard to the policies and procedures defined in the Office Manual relating to your areas of work.


2.         Arranging appointments and attending new, current and former clients and dealing with their queries including:


·                  obtaining instructions and advising on course(s) of action, length and cost of case (as


·                  assessment of client’s financial means and explanation of private terms and  conditions and CFA’s;

·                  drafting and/or dictating correspondence to client, court, solicitors counsel and other third-parties, including Statements, Notices, Applications, and other Legal Forms/Documents;

·                  instructing counsel, experts, solicitor advocates or other third-parties, reviewing reports and continued liaison as required;

·                  advising on appropriate course of action;

·                  arranging and attending hearings and conferences as and when required;

·                  obtaining and reviewing evidence and statements;

·                  negotiation on clients behalf and, liaison with opponents etc. to obtain most preferable outcome for clients;

·                  ensuring efficient day-to-day progress of all matters, prioritising work as necessary and keeping the client informed on progress.


3.         To ensure that all work carried out meets or exceeds the requirements of the SRA Code of Conduct and meets Quality Mark standards


To record all work carried out accurately and appropriately on the firm’s computerised time recording system.


  • £18,000.00 to £22,000.00 per annum
  • London, UK
  • 2 months ago

Post Title: Paralegal

Service Area: Residential Property

Team: Residential Property Department

Salary: £18,000 - £22,000 depending on experience

Post Reports to: Head of Residential Property and Partner

Post Responsible for: Paralegal within the Residential Property Department responsible for managing a caseload

We are now offering Graduates (with or without completing the LPC) to join our team as a Conveyancing Paralegal. We prefer candidates with at least 6 months experience however candidates without experience who are driven and committed will also be considered. The candidate will assist a Conveyancing Solicitor helping with a caseload from instruction through to completion. This will include sales, purchases, transfers and re-mortgages.

Once the candidate has received a high level of training and has also gained sufficient experience, we will expect the individual to deal with a high volume of matters with minimal supervision.

We pride ourselves on the quality of service we provide our clients and therefore merely completing the work is not enough. We will expect the candidate to maintain excellent standards of work, achieve set targets and adhere to client service level agreements. Experience in using a case management system is desirable however training to utilise this tool will be given.

This vacancy requires an individual with excellent communication and interpersonal skills, and to work as part of a close-knit team. A demonstrable enthusiasm and drive for property law is a must, as well as the ability to build relationships with clients. The successful applicant will join a team of committed and experienced lawyers working in a friendly and professional environment.

You will report to the Conveyancing Department Team Leader who will review your performance each month on a one-to-one basis. This provides a real opportunity to monitor and enhance your personal development and also to organise your case load. For the right individual, this is also an opportunity to ask for more responsibility taking on more challenging roles in order for you to maximise your potential and to also gain some vital experience.

A competitive salary and excellent benefits package will be provided to candidates of the right calibre.

  • Competitive Salary
  • High Wycombe, UK
  • 2 months ago

Employee Communications Executive

High Wycombe



Biffa plc is the leading nationwide integrated waste management business providing collection, treatment, recycling and technologically-driven energy generation services. Through the expertise of our people and investment in technology we promote and deliver sustainable waste management solutions.

Working closely with the Head of Communications, the Employee Communications Executive helps drive all communications activities and plays an integral role in the positioning and strategic direction of the business. Employee Communications are responsible for assisting in developing and implementing communication strategies to improve employee engagement and satisfaction, and develop a clear consistent approach to communications for a workforce of over 7,500.




·       Creating engaging content for our 8,000 employees from writing news stories for our intranet to proofing newspaper articles for our quarterly internal news

·       Managing all event logistics from negotiating venue rates to arranging external suppliers to briefing designers and supporting the requirements for all Group events

·       Managing the Group Employee Recognition scheme – writing all monthly nominations recognition letters, liaising with CEO and other Exec Members throughout the year and shortlisting period

·       Full responsibility for managing and designing the annual “Diamonds” awards ceremony including production of collateral and speeches.

·       Designing and delivering various collateral using In-design for Group events and HR projects

·       Managing external suppliers for all print and design Group communication requirements

·       Liaising with external agency and supporting the production of employee newspaper “Biffa News”, including editorial support, collating and researching content

·       Responsible for the upkeep of the intranet “OBi” and employee app “Beat” content on a weekly basis as well as developing pages when required within Sharepoint

·       Support the development and execution of short-term communication plans aligned to business needs; including communication requirements and design aspects for Cycle2 Work, Health & Safety and Wellbeing projects

·       Responsible for managing all Group Communication purchase orders




·       A creative/strategic thinker with a sharp eye for detail

·       Well organised and able to consistently deliver whilst working to tight deadlines

·       Able to prioritise and manage multiple projects

·       Hands on and proactive with a flexible approach to work

·       Able to communicate confidently at all levels from the CEO through to front line colleagues

·       Excellent stakeholder management, persuasion and influencing skills