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Events Executive

Lovely independent company needs a top-class part-time Events Executive with exceptional organisational and administrative skills. A can-do attitude, and an interest in arranging conferences and awards with a track record to evidence.

Where’s the job?

Office in Central Harrow HA1, less than 5 minutes’ walk from Harrow-on-the-Hill station. It couldn’t be more convenient, you don’t need to experience the City commute.

For a full job description, or to register your interest, complete our contact form quoting TMLSep2017/005.

What’s the pay?

Circa. £23,625 per annum Full Time Equivalent, pro rata for part-time.

What about the hours?

Yes, it’s a part-time, permanent position.

Monday to Friday, circa. 20 hours a week to be discussed. There is a need for flexibility. When there is an event you would put in more hours and have time off to compensate.

About the company

The company is a leading provider of innovative media solutions to the kitchens, bedrooms and bathrooms, and electrical retailing industries. Working alongside the Events and Operations Director you will support the Events Team including day-to-day administrative tasks, communication with clients and suppliers and undertake research and analysis.

The client’s B2B and B2C publications are well renowned, as are their successful industry events and conferences.

About you

As the ideal person, you are adept at prioritising workload, managing your time effectively and multitasking. You are numerate, accurate and analytical. Your communication skills, both verbal and written, are excellent and you have a confident telephone manner and a strong customer service persona with the internal teams and with external stakeholders, enabling you to build relationships at all levels.

As an Events Executive are proactive, reliable, motivated, detail conscious with a conscientious work ethic. You contribute to generating ideas for team and client initiatives, and are open-minded to changing environments and circumstances. You observe, listen and contribute to both client and teams, and have a winning attitude and can demonstrate a commitment to business goals and objectives.

You may have a marketing or customer service qualification which you may have obtained working in other events roles which is an advantage, but is not essential. A driver’s licence is essential for mobility to attend events.

You have the flexibility to travel within the UK with overnight stays as required during events, and the flexibility to extend your working hours in the run-up to events.

Main responsibilities:

  • Support to the Events and Operations Director and the Sales Team
  • Develop procedures to enhance the smooth operation of the events portfolio, including supporting the team in the planning and delivery of current and new events
  • Liaise with and support sponsors, guests, finalists, winners, delegates before, during and after prestigious industry events
  • Liaise with judging panels and speakers, arrange judging sessions
  • Organise event industry catering
  • Manage seating plans, guest lists, table seating plans
  • Active involvement on site during build-up, open period and breakdown
  • Manage event databases
  • Build relationships with entrants, guests, external suppliers and venues
  • Contribute to digital marketing and social media, assist with marketing events including creating campaigns
  • Proficient user of Microsoft Office products
  • Other duties assigned by the Events and Operations Director

Benefits include:

  • Circa. 20 hour working week from Monday-Friday
  • Holidays 20 + 8 bank holidays, increasing to maximum of 25 + 8 bank holidays pro rata for part-time
  • Contributory company pension scheme
  • Attendance at prestigious industry events in the UK, including award evenings, conferences and exhibitions
  • Less than a 5-minute walk from Harrow-on-the-Hill Station
  • Friendly open working environment.

APPLY TODAY for this Events Executive role in Harrow. Complete our contact form quoting TMLSep2017/005.

Our client is an equal opportunities employer.

Embrace HR Limited is not a recruitment agency.

We recruit and select for our clients acting as their HR department.

No agencies please.

For further information please contact Amanda Shons by completing our contact form with your name, telephone number and email address and she will be in touch.

Please quote TMLAug2017/005


Embrace HR Limited is the proud winner of the SME Buckinghamshire Business Awards 2017

Based in Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, Embrace HR supports business owners who do not have their own HR department or those that do but need help from time to time. We also work across the Home Counties of Oxfordshire, Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire, and also SMEs based in London.

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Gloucester – carer / buddy

ARE YOU LOOKING FOR A JOB TO WORK AS A REHAB ASSISTANT / CARER / BUDDY?

Please contact us now and quote GL-CW2017.

This is a full-time position with a fixed term contract for one year, for a Rehab Assistant/ Carer / Buddy in Gloucester who has a cheerful and positive outlook, is proactive, reliable, trustworthy and a good communicator.

 

Working Time

School Term : 30 hours per week (split shift): Monday to Friday 7:30 am to 9:30am / 3:30pm to 7:30 pm

School Holidays: 40 hours per week: Monday to Friday – times to be mutually agreed and flexibility required for these hours and additional hours when required.

Additional hours when accompanying family on holiday, for supervision and training

 

Pay

£11.00 per hour – Sunday to Friday 7:00 am to 8:00 pm

£13:00 per hour – Monday to Friday 8:00 pm to 7:00 am (this rate applies to overnight on family holidays).  Sleeping nights at NMW or National Living Wage will apply

 

About the job

Our client is an adolescent boy who has Cerebral Palsy and lives at home in Gloucester with his mum, dad and younger brother.  He has a physical disability and is a wheelchair user.  He is dependent for all aspects of his care.   He has good day to day understanding and communicates by vocalisation, facial expression and via an Eye gaze communicator.

You will work within the family home, as well as supporting him with activities in the community and on family holidays to assist with client care, this could be outside of the UK and for up to two weeks.

A current, clean driver’s licence is a requirement as you will be expected to drive the client’s vehicle.

 

You should be able to demonstrate the ability to work effectively as part of a team, to attend team meetings, supervisions and training as appropriate, and to ensure a safe and consistent approach to the client’s care.

You will assist our client in all aspects of daily living, (personal, domestic, social/leisure and vocational, this will involve the use of a range of specialized equipment for example, hoists, postural seating systems and communication aids etc,) with the object of assisting his parents to meet his care needs, carry out his therapy programmes and in enabling him to pursue a fulfilling lifestyle.  You will also prepare meals and drinks for the client when required.

  • You will also assist our client during Hydrotherapy sessions, so confidence in the water is a requirement of the role.
  •  It is of prime importance for the Rehab Assistant/Carer/Buddy to facilitate our clients independence at all times, respecting confidentiality and privacy of our client and his family at all times.

We are looking for the right person and will provide supervision, guidance and required training, you will be comfortable working in a home with two small family dogs.

 

About you and your experience

  • Confident in water.
  • Clean UK driving license
  • Availability to attend family holidays, supervision and training when required.
  • Happy to work in a home with pet dogs.
  • Proactive, encouraging approach and aptitude to work with young people with complex needs.
  • Reliable, trustworthy and a good communicator, sensitive to the needs and wishes of our client.
  • Able to work flexibly, use initiative and learn new skills through training and instruction as agreed with the client/his parents/case manager.
  • To have a positive outlook, cheerful disposition along with a sense of humour
  • * Physically fit – even with specialist equipment in place and appropriate training, it is important that you are physically fit and able to use a hoist. A Handling Management Plan designed to reduce the risk of handling injuries may require you to bend, kneel, squat or lunge to ensure good posture during handling tasks.
  • Responsible attitude with a respect for confidentiality and client/family privacy at all times.
  • Some experience in providing care and carrying out therapy programmes is desirable
  • An Enhanced DBS is a requirement of the post. A conviction will not necessarily prevent you from being employed

 

This post operates a non-smoking environment at all times.

 

Are you the right person for the job? Is the job right for you?

We would love to hear from you so send us your CV and covering letter.

 

 No agencies please.

*The Employer claims exemption under the Equality Act 2010

Send your covering letter and CV, quote reference GL-CW2017 to recruitment@embracehr.co.uk or contact us here for an application pack.

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Support Worker and Female Special Needs Nanny, Westcliffe on Sea

We are recruiting for our client who is looking for 2 support staff to assist with autistic children – brother and sister – at their own home in Westcliffe on Sea.

Pay: from £11 per hour weekdays and from £12 per hour weekends.

 

Please quote the relevant reference number in your application.

Support Worker – Ref RK/01

  • Minimum 12 hours per week during school terms; and school holidays when working times may be different
  • Term time hours: Wednesday, Thursday, Friday – total of 6 hours before and after school

*Female Special Needs Nanny – Ref RK/02

  • Minimum 24 hours per week during school terms; and school holidays when working times may vary
  • Term time hours: Thursday and Friday – total of 6 hours before and after school; and Saturday and Sunday – total of 3 hours

Who you are

You will be reliable, trustworthy and have experience working with children with autism (ASD) and additional needs including Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), Oppositional Defiant Disorder (ODD), and cerebral palsy.  You must be confident to work in the client’s own home as well giving supporting in the community.

The children

Both children are academically bright, however, they require guidance and assistance when interacting with others and benefit from routines and consistent direction/prompts from their caregivers. They find social situations difficult to manage and their thought processes are rigid, there is only ‘black and white’ with ‘no grey’ areas. There are four children in the home which can result in frequent incidents of difficulties and outbursts.

The children lead active lives with activities such as swimming, football, tennis and basketball and you will be expected to take part in these activities in the home and the wider community.  You will have good IT and numeracy skills to support with educational tasks to further their learning, therefore your spoken English should be excellent to assist with speech and language tasks.

The role

You will be required to undertake domestic tasks relating to the client and children such as helping with dressing, planning activities, cleaning up following kitchen tasks, tidying the house following use and supporting the siblings when required. You will work closely with the family and their therapy teams and implement their daily therapeutic programmes.

You should have a full UK driving license plus use of your own vehicle.

Your role will include accompanying the family on annual holidays as well as on whole day activities.

ESSENTIAL SKILLS & EXPERIENCE

  • Happy to learn new things in accordance with the clients programme
  • Aptitude and desire to work with young people with complex needs
  • Able to demonstrate an understanding of confidentiality and privacy
  • *Fit and well to carry out activities such as swimming, playing in the park, physiotherapy and speech and language therapy activities.
  • Confident and prepared to listen and learn new things
  • Patience and tolerance
  • Ability to work as part of a team
  • Responsible attitude
  • Ability to work under own initiative and be creative
  • Excellent planning skills and ability ‘risk assess’ activities
  • Excellent communication and social skills
  • Reliable and trustworthy
  • Sense of humour
  • Organised and an excellent time keeper

This post operates a non-smoking environment at all times

Training and support will be provided (outside of normal working hours)

* The Employer claims exemption under the Equality Act 2010


Apply NOW sending your CV and cover letter

For a full job description and an application pack click here to complete our contact form quoting :

Ref RK/01 for the Support Worker 

Ref RK/02 for the *Female Special Needs Nanny 

Satisfactory references, an enhanced DBS disclosure and proof of eligibility to work in the UK are essential. A conviction will not necessarily prevent you from being employed.

Based in Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, Embrace HR supports independent case managers, and business owners who do not have their own HR department or those that do but need help from time to time. We also work across the Home Counties of Oxfordshire, Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire, and also SMEs based in London.

Embrace HR is not an employment agency. We recruit directly for our clients.

If you are an agency please do not contact us.

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Support Workers in CM22 Essex

Support Workers : Part-time and Bank in Essex

Pay:

£12.00 per hour weekdays and £14.00 per hour weekends

If you have experience of working with children with special needs, or can demonstrate a genuine interest in this area, with the right aptitude and willingness to learn, we would like to hear from you. We can offer a rewarding job with a bright and enthusiastic 8-year old boy who has cerebral palsy and non-verbal communication needs.  Our client lives at home in spacious accommodation in CM22, Essex with his mother, needing support in all activities of daily living including personal hygiene, feeding and dressing. He also needs support when enjoying out of school outdoor activities such as ice skating.

You will need to be:

  • Confident and respectful about working in the client’s own home
  • Keen to learn new things e.g. personal care routines (training will be given)
  • Proactive with an encouraging approach and able to positively engage with the client
  • Able to work under your own initiative in a family setting
  • Able to undertake all aspects of the handling management plan using specialist equipment
  • A basic knowledge and understanding of computers, and the ability to operate electronic devices is desirable
  • Car driver desirable

We can offer:

  • A rewarding and enjoyable role
  • Training and development, including use of Eye Gaze technology
  • Good rates of pay
  • Flexible working – hours are available to cover Thursday to Sunday during school term time. Hours required on other days and some support is required also during school holidays.
  • Weekday hours include 7 – 9 a.m, 4 – 8 p.m. and sleeping nights 10 p.m. to 7 a.m.  Weekends and holidays 7 a.m. to 8 pm and sleeping nights.

 

For a full job description and and application pack click here to complete our contact form quoting reference JBMAR2017.

Satisfactory references, an enhanced DBS disclosure and proof of eligibility to work in the UK are essential. A conviction will not necessarily prevent you from being employed.

Closing date for applications 9 April 2017

Based in Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, Embrace HR supports independent case managers, and business owners who do not have their own HR department or those that do but need help from time to time. We also work across the Home Counties of Oxfordshire, Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire, and also SMEs based in London.

Embrace HR is not an employment agency. We recruit directly for our clients.