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  • £9.00 to £12.00 per hour
  • Manchester, UK
  • 4 days ago

We are looking for a qualified plasterer and a multi trade operative to work mainly on domestic repairs and refurbishments. You must be NVQ Level 3 or above qualified in plastering.

It is essential that this person has experience in the trade for at least 3 years, preferably 5 years. 

As a multi-skilled trades person, you should also be able to carry out and support the team with other jobs too. This includes joinery skills, tiling, flooring and more.

We expect high quality and self dedication and motivation as a given. Inconsistent and lathargic workers will not be acceptable.

All applicants must have their own tools and van. They must be able to drive and have a clean UK driving licence.

Job Types: Full-time, Permanent

Experience:

  • Plastering: 3-5 years 

Others:

  • Driving (Required)
  • £10.00 to £12.00 per hour
  • Greater Manchester, UK
  • 4 days ago

Job Title: Plumber

Location: Greater Manchester (Mainly Oldham and Manchester)

Salary £10-12 ph

Experience: At least 3 years

Required: Full driving license and own vehicle. The applicant must have their own hand tools.

They must have good knowledge of hot and cold water systems in the domestic household, central heating system knowledge is preferable, including combi boilers. Drainage. 

We are looking for someone who can start as soon as possible.

Licence:

  • NVQ Level 3 Plumbing & Heating (Preferred)
  • £8.00 to £10.00 per hour
  • Manchester, UK
  • 4 days ago

Role: Site labourer

Full time

Salary £8-10 per hour

Location: Greater Manchester

We are looking for a labourer to work on site on high end domestic and commercial projects.

- Must be eligible to work in the U.K

- Hold CSCS card

- 4+ years previous experience working on a building site required

- Must be able to work unsociable hours and dedicated to early starts and late finishes.

- Must be hard working

  • General Labour: 3 year
  • Competitive Salary
  • Manchester, UK
  • 3 weeks ago

Role: Junior Project Manager

Location: Manchester Technology Centre

Q Sustain Ltd is an independent award winning specialist consultancy to the construction industry offering strategic support across many sectors.

We provide Clients with sustainable solutions that also provide economic and social success. Our offer is underpinned by technical excellence and understanding of our Client’s needs, culture and aspirations whilst always striving to go beyond best practice.

Q Sustain can help assess and optimise the environmental performance of the built-environment from pre-design through operation to complex refurbishment, as well as analyse complex challenges such as glare risk to the railway and highways from proposed developments.

Clients come to us to resolve developments with complex interfaces such as proposals adjacent to the railway with Asset Protection Agreements required to decipher and agree to the feasibility of district heating networks in large cities.

Our passion for green developments drives us to meet a project’s needs through an integrated and holistic design process at an early stage. We work as an integral part of the project team throughout the entire process to add value in different elements of a scheme with excellent Project Management capability combined with technical knowledge.

Q Sustain have been pivotal in implementing innovative solutions into large organisations like Network Rail thriving within complex project environments and delivering Sustainable solutions from the first BREEAM ‘Very Good’ rated train station, first BREEAM ‘Excellent’ rated trackside building, the first CHP plant on a main station, and first rainwater harvesting system in a mainline station.

Q Sustain are looking for a Junior Project Manager and you will work for the Employer based at the Manchester Technology Centre, Oxford Rd, Manchester, M1 7ED.

 

Whilst your basic duties are fully explained to you when you commence employment with the Employer, your duties are those which the Employer may from time to time consider as falling within the general ambit of the title of your appointment as a Project Manager but the Employer may at its discretion require you to undertake additional duties and responsibilities that it considers appropriate to your abilities according to the needs of the Employer’s business.

 

Basic day to day roles and responsibilities shall include;

 

  • Assisting with low carbon studies
  • Assisting with report writing, formatting, and checking
  • Carrying out research into innovation in sustainable and low carbon solutions
  • Assisting with sunlight reflection studies within the rail sector
  • Learn and develop understanding of the rail standards and procedures.

 

The candidate should be keen, enthusiastic, and willing to learn.

The candidate should also have an appreciation of sustainability and helping the environment.

 

  • £18,000.00 to £20,000.00 per annum
  • Manchester, UK
  • 3 weeks ago

A position for an experienced recruiter to step into a consultancy role in a rapidly growing company in the construction sector with a relaxed work environment.

  • £8.00 to £10.00 per hour
  • Manchester, UK
  • 4 weeks ago

Abbey Development is looking for a experienced decorator and painter to work on multiple sites across Greater Manchester.

It is a part time role with flexible hours, with a minimum of 10 hours a week. 

Within 6 months, the successful applicants can expect this to become a full time role. 

 

  • £8,000.00 annum
  • Manchester, UK
  • 4 weeks ago

Employer: PSG Law Limited

Role: Office Administrator Apprentice

Opportunity to work at a market leading, growing and successful law firm based in centre of Altrincham. You will form part of a small but crucial administration team that ensures the smooth running of the firm. The role reports to the Deputy Admin Manager with input from the Practice Manager

·       Opening and sorting incoming post on a daily basis

·       Scanning of all incoming post and sending to team leaders for checking

·       Management of paper copies of post, including secure destruction after a defined period

·       Management of outgoing post, including monitoring special deliveries, organising courier services.

·       Co-ordination of collection and delivery of confidential records by 3rd parties

·       Management of stock levels of stationary and ordering replacement supplies as required.

·       Assist in the archiving and management of medical records, including those stored offsite.

·       Meeting and greeting visitors

·       Assist Deputy Admin Manager in facilities management of the offices

·       Other administration tasks as required by the demands of the business

Price Slater Gawne started life in 2010 as Price & Slater.  Victoria Price and Mark Slater had spent several years working together in a leading national law firm, and wanted to find a better way to help their clients. With the freedom that starting a new law firm brings, they were able to build a firm exactly the way they wanted it, and it continues in the same ethos today.

What started as 2 people wanting to do something different and better than their competitors, has grown into one of the largest teams of claimant clinical negligence solicitors in the North West, based in Cheshire, Greater Manchester, Tameside, Lancashire, Cumbria, Merseyside, across the border into South Yorkshire, down to Kent, and with some paralegal support from Melbourne, we regularly win substantial compensation for our clients

This is a fantastic opportunity for an individual to experience and develop all aspects of administration with a successful law firm.  There is a wealth of knowledge within the business and opportunities to develop a successful career with a fast growing business within the legal sector.  Our last apprentice has successfully completed his apprenticeship and moved on to a permanent role in the firm, so we are looking for our next apprentice to join our small but essential administration team.  If you would like to be a key part of the firm, helping deal with the day to day administration tasks necessary to keep us working efficiently, then we would like to hear from you

 

  • £4.00 to £5.00 per hour
  • Manchester, UK
  • 4 weeks ago

Employer: RKRS Legal

Role: Business Admin Apprentice

Hours: 37.5

Multi National, Accredited Legal Recruitment Consultants with a proven track record within the Legal Industry, are seeking a Recruitment or Business Administration Apprentice to join our Legal Perms team in Central Manchester.

Due to overwhelming growth, we are seeking dynamic, fast paced individuals to join our NVQ Business Apprenticeship scheme through 'on the job' training alongside theoretical development.  We fund your Apprenticeship and guarantee a job post 12 months completion.  Our Manchester office is located Centrally and is convenient to public transport, parking and all amenities. 

We are looking to appoint fast paced, dynamic, vibrant and well presented Apprentices. You must be forward thinking and hold excellent tasking skills with organisation.  You will work within a team of Recruitment Consultants and gain a Business Administration Apprenticeship, with a view to securing permanent employment. 

 

·       Meet and greet guests to the office and providing refreshments.

·       Database maintenance

·       Report running

·       Filing, scanning and archiving documents

·       Searching on job portals for Candidates

·       Formatting CVs to a high standard

·       Candidate compliance Checks

·       Answering telephone calls and taking messages

General ad hoc duties as required

 

The successful applicant could progress onto a Level 3 Apprenticeship if they do well.

This is an excellent role if you're looking to launch your career within the world of recruitment and there's the chance of progression for the right person.  Once you have successfully completed this apprenticeship, there will be a permanent role that you can progress onto. 

 

You can also develop your skills further and use your technical experience and knowledge gained to progress on your learner journey in the business and recruitment sector.  You will receive a structured learning and development programme with the very best training and support throughout your Apprenticeship journey.

  • £17,000.00 to £20,000.00 per annum
  • Manchester, UK
  • 4 weeks ago

Job: Paralegal

Full time

As a paralegal, you'll need to:

  • carry out office administration, including billing and writing letters
  • organise diaries, schedule meetings and respond to telephone queries
  • write first document drafts and proofread documents
  • analyse and input data, write articles for internal or external circulation
  • organise case files, attend court inquests, transcribe legal opinion and compile litigation bundles
  • network with clients and build valuable relationships
  • write reports, conduct legal research, take witness statements and attend meetings with experts or claimants - usually the duties of a more experienced paralegal.

 

 

You'll need to have:

  • excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • the ability to manage multiple tasks or caseloads
  • good attention to detail to be able to carefully analyse files and data
  • legal research skills and the desire to develop your understanding of the law
  • the ability to work well under pressure and to tight deadlines
  • office administrative skills for tasks such as filing, typing and letter writing
  • good teamwork skills particularly when working with other departments to complete your tasks
  • flexibility and adaptability in your attitude and approach to work
  • a flexible and adaptable approach to your work
  • business acumen and an understanding of the clients' needs
  • professionalism when working with colleagues, senior partners, experts and clients
  • legal database certifications, such as LexisNexis or Westlaw, are very useful
  • Competitive Salary
  • Manchester, UK
  • 2 months ago

**PART-TIME ASSOCIATE DENTIST MANCHESTER**

An exciting opportunity has become available to join our mixed, independently-owned 5 surgery dental practice. The position has become available as one of our current long-standing associates is unfortunately relocating. 

We are based just outside of Manchester city centre, with great links to Manchester and wider Lancashire. 

Our practice has an excellent reputation in the local area, and has been providing quality dentistry to the local community for over 40 years. 

We are looking for an ethical, motivated dentist with excellent communication skills, and a commitment to continued professional development. Post-graduate training and experience in delivering private treatment will place candidates at an advantage. 

The practice is currently going through an exciting period of change and expansion. Confidence in general restorative skills and a willingness to contribute to the overall business growth is essential. 

We are committed to supporting the successful candidate with an experienced clinical support network. This consists of long standing-nursing staff, highly experienced senior dentists and colleagues with a broad clinical skill-mix. The candidate will strive to develop a strong rapport with both our team and our patients. 

 

The practice boasts:

• Modern, spacious and naturally-lit surgeries

• Fully computerised

• R4 software

• Digital x-rays 

• Rotary endodontics

• Access to advanced restorative and oral surgery referral network within the practice

• A highly-experienced implant dentist

• Currently offering a range of orthodontic systems including Invisalign and Quick Straight teeth

• Clinical and lab freedom 

• Wide material choice

• Finance system in place

 

This is a part-time position for 2-3 days, with a potential for becoming full-time in the future. 

UDA rate and amount negotiable dependant upon experience. 

 

  • Competitive Salary
  • Manchester, UK
  • 3 months ago

Key Responsibilities:

 

  • To lead the site team in accordance with Connolly Ltd values.
  • To effectively implement Health & Safety procedures and practices to industry leading standard.
  • To ensure customer delight by promoting the highest standards of service delivery and workmanship, in accordance with Connolly Ltd quality standards.
  • To control the costs effectively and build within budget constraints, and keep wastage and materials stored on site within acceptable levels.
  • To ensure that the work and services are valued properly and that the client is aware throughout the project of the likely level of the final account.
  • To ensure project teams deliver services in accordance with the various regulations and prescribed recommendations and standards.
  • To ensure we meet key dates/construction programme, including effective use and management of the shuttle systems and management of available resources.
  • To participate and offer assistance in local resident group activities.
  • Adhere to stated company policies and procedures and carry out all duties in a way which is consistent with and which promotes Connolly Ltd values.
  • Competitive Salary
  • Manchester, UK
  • 3 months ago

Working as part of a team you will be part of a strong operational delivery team for our planned maintenance service offering a high quality service. You will be supported by our site management team in and directed by them on a daily basis,

 

Key Accountabilities

Carrying out competent general joinery installations,

example installation of new kitchens, Fire doors, Composite doors

You must;

Be able to work as part of a team and be able to pro actively work on your own

Be supportive to our apprentice cohort and provide support and guidance.

Undertaking training as and when appropriate and as directed by your manager.

Ensuring that all of the above are carried out within the Health & Safety guidelines, and the Group’s Health & Safety Policy.

Where issued, maintain tools and equipment ensuring that they are clean condition, and  carry out weekly checks and report any defects found.

Be comfortable in working in a live environment and occupied homes.

 

Self Employed / Labour only will be considered

  • £7.00 to £9.00 per hour
  • Greater Manchester, United Kingdom
  • 3 months ago

Sia licensed Staff required on a part time basis to work on Professional premiership football matches and high profile events. Mainly weekends and could be unsociable hours.