Employment and Skills Support

employment support

More than just a landlord...

Great Places' Community Investment Team can support you (and anyone living in your Great Places home or community) to access employment, training, education and volunteer opportunities.

It doesn't matter if you're currently in or out of work or what qualifications and skills you currently have – there are lots of ways we can help.

Our specialist Employability Coaches can provide one to one support, or we may point you in the direction of a trusted service or partner.

Simply complete the form below and one of the team will be in touch, or email Community.Investment@greatplaces.org.uk with any general queries.


How can we help?

  • Job, apprenticeship, work experience and volunteer opportunities being offered in your area.
  • Help with your CV, cover letters and applications.
  • Interview practice.
  • Advice on setting up your own business.
  • Applying for funding for employment-related costs such as training, childcare, travel expenses or interview and work related clothing.               

Local opportunities | Lancashire

Are you unemployed? Would you benefit from employment and skills support?

The More Positive Together Programme can help you with:

-1-to-1 mentoring,
-Physical activity sessions,
-Training courses,
-Pre employment advice,
-Work experience & volunteering opportunities designed to boost confidence, improve wellbeing and increase employment prospects

To find out more information, fill in the self referral form below or contact Stacey on 07990441493.

about the role

Temporary until 22nd October 2021

37 hours per week

Area’s covered: Lancaster and Morecambe

An exciting opportunity has arisen for a motivated and passionate individual to work on the Rough Sleeper/Resettlement and Floating Support Project in Lancaster.  The ideal candidate will be required to work flexibly to help make a real difference to people experiencing the impact of homelessness.

Support Officer Role includes but not limited to:

  • Provide floating support to previous rough sleepers housed in temporary accommodation to sustain their accommodation.
  • To actively seek out, engage and assess people sleeping rough – identifying barriers and working with customers to remove barriers to accessing accommodation and support services, whatever these barriers may be.
  • To liaise and maintain positive relationships with local commissioners and key partners to seek out ways to work together to best meet the needs of rough sleepers.
  • To source appropriate permanent accommodation and provide resettlement support including practical independent living skills.
  • To ensure all service users are supported to access specialist health and wellbeing services to meet their needs.
  • To manage and support volunteers to undertake tasks within the operation of the Service.

key skills required

  • Excellent communication and organisational skills
  • Self-motivated and able to manage dispersed working.
  • Commitment to providing excellent support services
  • Flexibility
  • Knowledge of the issues surrounding homelessness and support networks
  • Ability to challenge decisions and achieve positive outcomes for customers
  • Able to maintain excellent records and a good level of ICT
  • Understanding of Welfare Benefits
Follow the link below to apply

Interested in applying for this role? Fill in the self referral form below for support with your application 

As a committed, hard-worker, you'll do vital jobs to the highest standards and make sure your store is always in tip-top shape.

It'll see you tackle things like removing litter and debris from the car park and loading bay. Washing external windows and glass doors till they sparkle. Or making sure the trolleys are clean and free of rubbish, just the way our customers like them. We're good at lots of things at Aldi, but we're particularly good at looking after our people. It's just another of the many things that makes us stand out head and shoulders above the rest. And we'll make every effort to show our appreciation, with some of the best pay rates in the sector and a friendly, supportive working environment.

£9.50 phr

Follow the link below to apply

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Team Members and Retail Assistants required.  Do you want a career; are you ambitious with a drive to succeed and a passion for customer service? Then start your journey now!

The Role

As a Team member, Customer Services Assistant you will be working as part of a wider team. Within this customer focused position you will be responsible for ensuring the delivery of an exceptional Customer service and experience is given in a professional and efficient manner.  Employed by Moto Hospitality you will have the opportunity to work in our motorway services sites whilst being brand advocates for leading brands and within your first year you may be trained in a second brand.

No experience required as full training will be given.

Responsibilities will vary depending on brand:

  • Serving customers in a timely and polite manner
  • Preparing refreshments
  • Maintaining standards around product quality and cleanliness
  • Merchandising
  • Handling cash

Who we're looking for

  • Those with a natural ability to talk to customers
  • A positive can-do attitude
  • You will be a Team player, able to work under instruction and independently when required
  • Must be of school leaver age

 What we offer:

  • Development programmes and career progression opportunities
  • Cash and voucher awards via our Reward and Recognition scheme
  • Up to 60% off our brands (Costa, Burger King, M&S, Greggs, WH Smith)
  • High street discounts with BUPA Rewards: cinema tickets, gym memberships, theatre, hotels and holidays and lots more!
  • Group Life Assurance Scheme
  • Company pension
Follow the link below to apply

Interested in applying for this role? Fill in the self referral form below to apply 

Job Reference: carpetri/TP/83/349
Number of Positions: 1
Contract Type: Permanent
Shift Pattern: 5 out of 7 days
Basic Salary Range: £13,183 per annum + uncapped commission
Contracted Hours Per Week: 39

Job Introduction

What is important to you in your next role?  Flexibility?  Variety?  Fun?  Competitive rewards?

You can have all of this and more at Carpetright.

We continue to exceed expectations and grow our business as we ensure we remain the leading floor coverings provider in the UK.

Key to our success is our people who are, and always will be the heartbeat of our great company. 

We’re looking for an exceptional Customer Advisor to join the Carpetright family and become part of something special, as we drive forward and look to the future.

How you’ll play your part

Your role will be to deliver an exceptional end to end customer experience in our store, helping our customers choose the right products to suit their needs as they look to transform their homes.

You’ll guide our customers through the entire sales journey, building rapport as you share your expert advice regarding our products, finance options and fitting service.   Confidence is key as you’ll proactively approach customers, interact with them and be happy to share your opinion to help them make their decisions.  You’ll also actively maintain the appearance of the store and support with promotions.

You’ll be naturally curious, learning more about each customer, their project and specific needs.  We want you to help them not only say yes to making a purchase, but also being happy to come back and do it again, as well as recommending us to their friends and family.

What you’ll need

The key to success in this role is a clear drive and passion, dare we say obsession, for customer experience.

We can teach you about our amazing products and services and provide you with market leading training to help get you up and running.  What we’ll need from you is a professional and friendly approach, a good dose of enthusiasm and the ability to build rapport with customers quickly and effectively.   

It’s likely that you’ll have done something like this before and are comfortable working in a sales and target focused environment.

Other key requirements:

  • Enthusiasm and a can-do approach
  • A keen interest in home interiors/design
  • Self-motivated with the ability to use your own initiative
  • The ability to build rapport quickly with customers
  • A flexible approach to working hours across the week, including weekends and evenings

Follow the link below to apply;

Interested in applying for this role? Fill in the self  referral form below for support with your application

Pensions Administrator


NHS AfC: Band 2

Main area
NHS AfC: Band 2
Full time: 37.5 hours per week
Job ref
Hesketh House
£18,005 - £19,337 per annum
Salary period
25/02/2021 23:59

Who we are
We’re the NHS Business Services Authority. We provide critical central services to NHS organisations, NHS contractors, patients and the public.  Have you had a European Health Insurance Card (EHIC)? Perhaps you’ve had an Exemption Certificate or have a Pre-payment Certificate to spread the cost of your prescriptions? We issue those. Maybe you’re a member of the NHS Pension Scheme? We administer the scheme on behalf of the Department of Health and Social Care. Ever applied for a vacancy on NHS Jobs? That’s one of our services too.
Our vision is to be the ‘delivery partner of choice’ for the NHS. Our values were developed with our people, for our people and they reflect the fact that we CARE passionately about what we do. They are to be Collaborative, Adventurous, Reliable, and Energetic. We know that how we approach our work contributes to our colleagues’ health, wellbeing, and sense of connection to the business. We aspire to be a great, inclusive place to work.
Our drive to make things easier for our customers has seen us increase the digitisation of our services and we’re using new technology to deliver efficiencies and improve the customer experience. We gather data and use it to help the NHS make more informed and effective decisions, as well as reduce fraud, error, and waste. We also see an opportunity to contribute to the wider health agenda in terms of prevention and health inequalities.
We’re doing exciting things in a complex and challenging landscape so come and join us.
What we offer
Come and work for us and you’ll receive a benefits package that rewards your hard work and commitment, including a minimum of 27 days annual leave per year which increases with length of service plus Bank Holidays and the option to purchase additional leave, time off for volunteering, flexible working options, a generous Pension Scheme, access to loads of online and high street discounts including holidays, computers, insurance, mobile phones and meals out, and perhaps most importantly – a work/life balance.


NHS Pensions is looking to recruit a number of enthusiastic and self-motivated Pensions Administrators.  This is an exciting opportunity to join a forward thinking, innovative organisation, contributing to a team that provides a comprehensive and flexible administrative service looking after our nation's NHS colleagues.

The post holder(s) will be required to deliver high quality customer service while administering case work in accordance with rules and regulations laid by government.  This will involve taking action for current and retrospective enquiries, from both internal and external customers in addition to employers and will require routine analysis, investigation, payment calculations and reconciliation of information.

You will need the ability to apply a high standard of concentration and attention to detail to ensure due diligence for accuracy.  Computer skills with experience of Microsoft Office are essential, along with excellent communication and grammatical skills in addition to a flexible approach for virtual training.

Successful applicants must have previously worked in administration and achieved GCSE Grade C passes (or equivalent) in a minimum of two subjects, including English and Maths; or demonstrate equivalent work experience.

Please note that previous applicants need not apply. 


Follow the link below to apply;

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Executive Officer

Contract type

Fixed Term

Length of employment

24 months - with potential for permanency

Business area

DVSA - Operations North - Vehicle and Driver Services

Type of role

Operational Delivery

Working pattern

Flexible working, Full-time, Part-time

About the job


We welcome applications from every part of the community. We’re particularly interested to hear from groups currently underrepresented in our workforce (Black, Asian, and Minority Ethnic people, women, disabled people and those who identify as LGBT+). We believe everyone is involved in making DVSA an inclusive and great place to work.

We’re responsible for carrying out driving tests, approving people to be driving instructors and MOT testers, undertaking tests to make sure lorries and buses are safe to drive, carrying out roadside checks on drivers and vehicles and monitoring vehicle recalls.

Our vision is of safer drivers, safer vehicles and safer roads.

The challenges presented by COVID-19 mean we’ve been unable to conduct the number of tests we would in a normal year, so we need to recruit more driving examiners to help get back to ‘business as usual’.

Job description

Help everyone stay safe on Britain’s roads.

This is a fantastic opportunity to join our team and make a real difference to road safety.

As a driving examiner you’ll be on the frontline of road safety in Great Britain

You’ll meet people from all backgrounds, while being an important part of a tight-knit, diverse team of professionals, all focussed on helping people start a lifetime of safe driving.

Using your people skills, and great customer service, to meet and greet candidates and instructors.

You’ll get to see the smiles and celebrations when you confirm a pass. But needing a clear, calm manner to explain your decisions and deliver the test result.

Follow the link below to apply

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Contract Type: Temporary until 31st May 2022

Contract Hours: 37 hours per week

Salary: Grade C, £19,312.00 - £19,698.00 per annum

Closing Date: 25th February at 12 noon

We are looking for an Administrator who can provide a friendly and professional front line service to our customers and visitors to the HealthWorks.  

The role involves dealing with queries face-to-face or by phone from our customers and carrying out a wide range of general administrative duties for the Positive Steps into Work Service.    

Follow the link below to apply

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Local opportunities | Manchester

Are you self employed, working in the gig economy or a small business owner?

Great Places are working with PeoplePlus to promote the EnterprisingYou programme, a government-funded programme specially designed to support self-employed individuals, including those who work in the gig economy and small business owners in Greater Manchester.

EnterprisingYou work with self-employed people to give them the tools, knowledge and support to be able to make their business a success.

What EnterprisingYou offers:
- 1:1 support from a Business Coach
- Bespoke financial advice
- Tailored health and well-being support
- Skills and training opportunities
-  Paid for co-working space
- Mentoring
- Opportunities to network

To find out more about this programme or to be referred in, fill in the form at the bottom of this web page

In partnership with SBA Nationwide Training we are delivering a 2-week online course. On successful completion of the course we can put forward learners for telephone interview for remote call handler roles.

The Course:

2 Weeks online via Zoom

Each session lasts about 1.5 hours and is then followed by self-study and one to one tutor support.

The learners complete the L1 Cert in Occupational Studies for the Workplace and L2 Cert in Contact Centre Operations.

The Job:

The role is home based, so the candidates will need to have access to a quiet space where they can work on their computer and answer calls. The role is part of a campaign to support the government response to COVID-19. The role will involve inbound and outbound calls, forming part of a team of Call Handlers who will provide the first point of contact for cases of COVID-19.

Learners will need to provide their own equipment, but if they are successful at interview and their equipment does not make the grade, the situation will be assessed and provide suitable equipment where possible.

The employer is currently only recruiting for full time positions of 40 hours a week, these are shift based and could be any times between 8am and 8pm seven days a week. The salary is £8.72 per hour.


Must be unemployed (not on furlough or working any number of paid hours)

Must have proof of address (dated in last 3 months)

Must have ID (passport, biometric residency permit, birth certificate, driving licence or provisional)

Must be Entry Level 3 or above in English

Must be resident of Greater Manchester

If you are interested in this opportunity, please fill in the self referral form below


This course includes:


  • Level 1 Health and Safety in a Construction Environment (One day course)
  • CSCS test
  • CSCS card (when passed)



The Broughton Trust

The Humphrey Booth Centre

Heath Ave


M7 1NY



To secure a place all candidates must complete the enrolment paperwork prior to starting the course (appointment only) Applicants will also need to download the ‘CITB Op/Spec HS&E test 2019’ this is available on a smartphone, tablet of computer.


All candidates applying must be eligible to work in the UK, and have photographic ID.


These courses are ongoing, to book an appointment please fill in the self referral form below or email community.investment@greatplaces.org.uk to be booked on

Various temporary customer assistant roles available across various Next stores


Interest in applying for this role? Fill in the self referral from for supply wit your application

Date: 05-Mar-2021

Location: Manchester, GB, M12 6AA

Company: Royal Mail Group

Part time Delivery Postperson with Driving

Job reference: 159823

Location:  Manchester South East Delivery Office M12 6AA 

Contract: Fixed Term (Until 26/02/22)

Hours: 32.30hrs  hours, between 9:00  and 16:00 , 5 days per week (Monday – Saturday)

Hourly Rate: Age 17         £8.35    Age 18         £10.74 

Royal Mail is one of the UK’s best-loved brands. Every day, we’re bringing letters and parcels to people around the country; something that communities across the UK rely on. We are 150,000 strong with 500 years of history, and we wear our badge with pride. Now, we want you to wear it too.


About the role

From scorching summer days to the depths of winter, our postal workers play a vital role, delivering the mail. It’s a physically demanding job – but it’s one the nation relies on. Here, you will:

  • Work part-time hours between the hours of 9:00 and 16:00 
  • Cover periods of leave for a fixed number of routes (so you’ll need to be a bit flexible)
  • Sort the mail for your route
  • Check your vehicle and join a colleague for your round
  • Spend between four and six hours delivering mail outdoors


About you

  • Upbeat and self-motivated: You’ll be happy working solo as well as part of a team.
  • Love of the outdoors: From rural farms to city apartments, corner shops to business parks, whatever the weather (and, this being Britain, it can get quite extreme) we’re there, six days a week. That means you’ll need to be happy being out and about.
  • Good level of fitness: There’s up to six hours per day of walking, so you should relish a role that keeps you fit.
  • Excellent organisation: You will need to be able to plan your round and make sure you complete all your deliveries in good time.
  • Resilience: You will be able to work under pressure and with the public, acting as a friendly face that people know and trust.
  • Flexibility: You will be working in different areas covering your colleagues’ holidays, so you might need to adjust your working hours to match your round.


Driving licence requirements

A full UK manual driving licence (in your current UK address), with no more than six penalty points is essential, but a clean licence is preferred. Please note you will be required to show this at assessment.


About us

We’re more than a household name. Using technology and logistics, we’re delivering a ‘one-price-goes-anywhere’, universal postal service to more than 29 million addresses across the UK – everything from birthday presents to exam results. This means you’ll make a difference to people’s lives, every day.

Our postal workers are part of the community. We don’t just deliver post: we deliver a promise. No matter the location, we make it to that doorstep – and we make our customers smile. It might seem like a little thing but, together, we have a big impact.

Royal Mail Group, delivered by people for people

We’re also an inclusive employer with equality, diversity and fairness at our heart. We welcome applications from individuals of all different backgrounds and are committed to promoting fair participation and equality of opportunity for all our job applicants.



We offer an industry-leading pay and benefits package

Age 17         £8.35        + 6 months         +12 months
Age 18         £10.74           £11.34                £11.93



You will be paid weekly, with pay increments after six months and twelve months, subject to satisfactory performance. We also offer a weekly supplement of £26.35 (pro-rata) plus overtime and shift allowance if applicable for Delivery work.


Other benefits include:

•    Holiday entitlement starts at 22.5 days on entry rising with length of service (pro-rata)
•    Contributory Pension Scheme
•    Excellent career development opportunities
•    Full uniform provided
•    Excellent maternity / paternity leave policy
•    Cycle2work scheme*
•    Many varied corporate discounts* e.g. lifestyle discounts to include high street vouchers, travel & attraction discounts for family days out, fashion, gifts and health & wellbeing to include discount on beauty products and gym membership
*restrictions may apply


Shift patterns

  • Part time  32.30hrs  hours per week
  • Working between the hours of 9:00 and 16:00 
  • Five days across Monday to Saturday (rotational Sunday)
  • One day off during the week (rotational day off)
  • Please Note: This vacancy may require you to work as early as 7am or as late as 7pm, and may feature some Sunday's.

Follow the link below to apply;

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HOURS: Full time (37.5 per week) 

LOCATION: Manchester 

INTERVIEW DATE: 19th March 2021

(Given the COVID-19 pandemic, our assessment centre and interviews will be conducted remotely. Applicants should have access to a camera and microphone-enabled device. UA92 will conduct all interviews and assessment centre activities through Microsoft Teams. We will share further details and guidance with shortlisted candidates.)

Transform Higher Education: Join the UA92 Team

At UA92 we see things differently. We believe in the power of you. 

Newly opened to students in 2019, we are building a “best in class” team of expert educators and experienced professionals, with the ability to drive this new venture forward at pace, establishing it quickly as a sector leader.

At UA92, you will have the opportunity to make an impact in an organisation where innovation is constant, challenging convention is embraced and the vision is big! 

If you’re a highly skilled, forward-thinking team player with an entrepreneurial spirit and a passion for social mobility through life-transforming, career-making higher education, then we’re keen to hear from you!


We are currently looking to recruit a Student Administration Assistant. The successful applicant will be a self-starter, a genuine team player and someone with the drive, determination and resilience needed to help us to build this revolutionary new organisation from the ground up; an individual who essentially embodies the ethos and core principles of UA92 (which apply to our employees as much as they do to our students).

Reporting to the Registrar, you will:

  • Be a key member of the student administration team, assisting with the provision of administrative and operational support on all end-to-end student lifecycle matters, including:

    • Student Registry (including registration, assessment, attendance monitoring, student records management);

    • Academic Quality (including monitoring and evaluation data, programme administration)

    • Academic Governance (including committee servicing)

    • Admissions.

  • Work collaboratively with academic and professional service staff, providing support to and covering for colleagues, ensuring the delivery of efficient and effective administrative support services at all times. 

  • Support the development and implementation of administrative systems, processes, policies and procedures, as required. 


The successful candidate will have:

  • Experience of data inputting and of interrogating databases, systems in order to produce information and reports.

  • Strong verbal communication, interpersonal and relationship management skills, including the ability to interact successfully with a wide range of people, both face-to-face and on the phone.

  • Experience of working in a fast-paced, customer-focused environment.

  • A clear passion for and a desire to provide an outstanding student / customer experience.

  • Willingness and the ability to work independently and as part of a team.

  • Excellent IT skills including experience of data inputting, of interrogating databases, systems and information and the use of a variety of Microsoft Office applications including Microsoft Word, Outlook, Excel, PowerPoint.

Follow the link below to apply

Interested in applying for this role? Fill in the self referral form below for support with your application

Local opportunities | Sheffield

The Building Block -Would you like train or retrain as a construction professional in Sheffield?

Over the next 10 years, Sheffield is embarking on an amitious home-building scheme that will see the construction of more 10,000 new homes across the city.  In order to meet the anticipated demand for skills, hundreds of new jobs will be created in the local constructions sector.

The Construction Skills Fund trains local people through ‘The Building Block’ on-site at the Manor Boot housing development in S2 to gain skills, undertake work experience and enter sustained employment.  If you’d like the opportunity to retrain and work as a construction professional, get in touch.

Two-week constrution training ‘crash course’ in one or two of the following:

Bricklaying, Electrical, Plastering, Plumbing, Sealants, Roofing, Joinery or Painting and Decorating, plus CSCS Card training, relevant CPCS site tickets and site-specific skills

Two-week work experience placement on-site

If training is successful, the opportunity to work alongside subcontractors on the Manor new-build site to learn more about construction work.

Job placement in construction

If work experience is successful, support in gaining sustained employment

To get on the the Building Bloc Programme, please fill out the self referral from below

The Sheffield Volunteer Centre is a great resource to find volunteer opportunities in the Sheffield area.

Part of Voluntary Action Sheffield, they offer advice and support for people looking to volunteer in Sheffield. 
Suitable for all adults.

How to get in touch - call 0114 253 6649 or email vc@vas.org.uk


If you would like support applying for a volunteer role, fill in the self referral form below

Team Leader - The Cafe
Hours: 7am to 7pm

Salary: £10 per hour

Location: Sheffield S4 7UD

United Kingdom

Apply by: 24/02/2021

About the role


Cafe Team Leader job in your local Cafe. Join Tesco Family Dining, serving our guests with the best food & drink inside their local Tesco store.

Work flexibly & motivate your cafe team to give the best guest service & smiles when Tesco shoppers pop in for a quick bite to eat or a lovely cup of coffee.

Should you be successful in your application, your offer will be subject to and conditional upon you providing your bank account details before your agreed start date.

You will be responsible for

  • Motivate your cafe team to deliver guest service worth recommending!
  • Supporting the General Manager & deputise
  • Coach your cafe team to smash weekly targets
  • Know your Cafe Menu - be prepared to check & challenge all food & drink
  • Upsell our delicious extras & drive your team to do the same
  • Encourage guests to give online feedback on you, your team & your Cafe
  • Help your team to make sure your Cafe stays clean, safe & legal

You will need

  • To be 18 years of age or older
  • Practical work experience in Cafes, Fast Food, Restaurants, Pubs etc
  • Currently Team Leader, F&B Supervisor, Deputy or Assistant Manager
  • Understand what makes great service & passionate about it!
  • Support & develop teams to always put the guest first
  • Warm & engaging personality
  • Multi-tasker who loves the buzz of working in a busy local Cafe

What’s in it for you

Alongside afantastic work life balance, we offer excellent benefits that help make The Cafe a great place to work. These include but aren’t limited to:

  • Retirement savings plan - 5% employee contribution and 3% employer contribution
  • Life Assurance - 1 x contractual pay
  • Colleague Clubcard after 3 months service
  • Colleague Discounts: -
    • 10% increasing to 15% after every pay day for a four day period, off most purchases at Tesco (from April 2020)
    • 10% off One Stop
    • 10% off pay monthly & SIM only deals with Tesco Mobile
    • 20% off all F&F purchases
    • 20% off car, pet and home insurance at Tesco Bank. T&C’s apply
    • 25% off Tesco Café
    • 50% off complete glasses purchases & free eye tests (other offers available) at Vision Express
    • 50% off health checks at Tesco Pharmacy
  • An exclusive deals and discounts website saving you money on everyday purchases, treats for the family, eating out and utility bills for the home
  • Uniform provided
  • Holiday starting at 28 days (Including Bank Holidays)

Follow the link below to apply;

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Legal Administrator
£17,800 plus benefits including flexible working (Grade H10)

12 month fixed-term contract

We’re looking for an enthusiastic legal administrator to join our Sheffield-based customer engagement team. This busy team is responsible for making sure that colleagues are provided with necessary documentation to allow them to meet with customers, provide estate planning advice and deal with probate cases. t It also deals with customer queries around their life planning documentation like wills and powers of attorney. If you’re a natural communicator with great organisational skills and an interest in legal services, then this could be the role for you.

As a legal administrator, you’ll be responsible for taking calls from clients and case managers and our field-force of consultants, answering their queries and document requests professionally and within agreed deadlines. You’ll support the wider team by carrying out a range of admin tasks to help make sure things are running smoothly. This is a great opportunity for you to gain valuable exposure across our legal business, and to spot opportunities to improve ways of working in order to provide our clients with the outstanding service they expect from us.

What you’ll do:

• manage a variety of queries from colleagues and clients, mainly surrounding historic wills documentation requests (the team manage around 100 document requests a week)
• make sure that all queries are logged and responded to within agreed timescales
• request documentation from our off-site storage facility
• prepare documents to send to case managers
• carry out a range of general admin tasks to support the team
• learn to check the validity of legal documentation and prepare it for storage off-site
• spot opportunities to improve ways of working, and provide a consistently excellent service to clients and colleagues

This role would suit someone who has:

• previous admin experience (if this is in a legal environment then this’d be beneficial but isn’t essential)
• a high level of attention to detail and accuracy
• great communication skills, both verbal and written
• good organisational skills and the ability to effectively manage a high volume of work
• lots of self-motivation and ambition; you’re willing to learn new things and have a positive and solution-driven approach

Why Co-op?

Here you’ll do work that matters. We’re a commercial organisation with a purpose beyond profit, you’ll have an opportunity to help us build a stronger Co-op and stronger communities. You’ll also get a package that includes:

• competitive salary
• coaching, training and support to help you develop
• pension with up to 10% employer contributions
• annual incentive scheme
• 28 days holiday (rising to 32 in line with service)
• discounts on Co-op products and services

Building an inclusive work environment

We’re actively building diverse teams and welcome applications from everyone. But simply having a diverse workforce is not enough. We aim to build an inclusive environment, where everyone can contribute their best work and develop to their full potential. We celebrate our differences, and recognise the importance of teams reflecting the communities they serve.

We can make reasonable adjustments to our interview process according to your needs. And we offer a flexible working environment so you can adjust your hours to suit your personal circumstances. You can find out more about Co-op people policies at coop.co.uk/peoplepolicies.

As part of your application you’ll need to complete an online assessment. It will take you around 12 minutes to complete this test.
Follow the link below to apply;

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Trading from 100 stores, Millets supply a more casual outdoor customer who seeks value for money, providing for a wide range of recreational activities with an emphasis on exclusive brands, such as Peter Storm and Eurohike.

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.



  • 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.



  • 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



  • Career Progression
  • Company discount
  • Competitive salary
  • Company pension

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Part Time Warehouse Operative Evenings (UK)
Position Summary:
Ensure accurate movement of all packages, safely within the warehouse sort environment whilst working to specific deadlines.
The warehouse operative role is critical to the success of UPS and has a direct impact on both UPS colleague’s working day and most importantly our customer’s.
Hours are: 17.00pm - 20.00pm - 15 hours per week
Salary starts at £9.25 per hour
Key Responsibilities:
  • Unload parcels from vehicles maintaining a high activity level whilst using safe working methods.
  • Accurately load parcels on vehicles ensuring maximum utilization of space and proper securing of load.
  • Ensure that packages are correctly handled and stored to avoid damage.
  • Prioritize “guaranteed service” parcels, segregating them as appropriate.
  • Assist in the electronic scanning of all parcels using a handheld scanner.
  • To identify any ‘Cash on Delivery’ parcels.
  • Comply with Company and Health and Safety regulations to ensure a safe working environment.
  • Undertake other miscellaneous duties as directed by the Manager.
Key Skills and Experience:
  • Excellent communication skills.
  • Good team player.
  • Flexible, friendly and enthusiastic attitude required.
  • Ability to work on own initiative and meet tight deadlines.
  • Accurately follow written instructions.
  • Attention to detail whilst working in a fast paced, pressurized environment.
  • Willing to perform other duties as and when required.


We offer a wide range of benefits from a Company pension scheme to a corporate discount programme.


UPS operates a ‘promotion from within policy’ with all our employees having the opportunity to progress within the Company.


If you wish to contact UPS prior to applying for this position please email; jobenquiries@ups.com

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Salary     £20,850 pa pro rata

Hours       22.5 hours per week, exclusive of lunch breaks.  Sundays between April and September inclusively.  Regular weekend and evening working is required. 

Green Estate CIC has a fantastic opportunity for an energetic and enthusiastic person to join our visitor focused team at Sheffield Manor Lodge.

Our Visitor Experience Officer will have an understanding of the importance of urban nature and will take a personal interest in bringing rich and varied urban nature stories and experiences to life for our visitors.

We are looking for someone with a pragmatic and resourceful approach, a can-do attitude, who has a passion to provide exciting and creative opportunities for visitors to explore and enjoy nature in urban areas. Someone who takes great pride in providing the best customer service and has excellent communication skills; who is experienced and confident in working with children and general visitors; is super-organised, proactive and likes to work hard, and who wants to create better places to live with nature at their heart.

In turn we can offer you a friendly and supportive working environment working within a unique and diverse organisation, ongoing training and development, 31 days annual leave pro rata, company sick pay scheme, company life assurance and free onsite parking.

If this sounds like you, we definitely want to hear from you!

Closing date:     5th February

Interview date: 15th February 2021

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