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£18,000 - £20,000 yearly
One to One Recruitment Helmsley, York, UK
Aug 14, 2018
Full time
We are working with an established and reputable organisation north of York to help them look for a warm, dynamic and organised Administrator with a mature approach to join their busy HR team. You will be involved in the efficient running of the office whilst providing an excellent service to all employees; delivering a range general office administration including database maintenance, data entry, minute taking and calendar management. As the HR Administrator, your main responsibilities will include; General office HR related administration Answering calls Assisting with the recruitment of new staff including advertising, dealing with enquiries, managing paperwork and arranging interviews Assisting with the new starter processes including arranging inductions, reference checking and issuing contracts and letters. Producing management reports re absences, accident reporting etc. Administering maternity and paternity leave. Maintaining employee files Organising and administering staff training sessions. The successful HR Administrator will ideally, but not essentially have experience within an HR department, however, it is more important that you have excellent communication skills and enjoy report writing and collating information (good numeracy skills would also put you in good stead!). It’s also key that you have exceptional organisational skills and enjoy using word, excel and outlook on a daily basis. Personality-wise, you will have an approachable manner and be very team orientated with a pro-active approach and nice sense of humour. In return, this organisation can offer a good pension scheme, subsidised membership to an onsite fitness and sports centre as well as free meals during working hours. Please get in touch with us for a more in-depth chat about the role of HR Administrator ASAP- we have a long-standing relationship with the organisation and can personalise this role for you in a lot more detail Due to location own transport essential.
£16,286 yearly
The Parisi Hotel York, UK
Aug 14, 2018
Full time
The Parisi is a unique place to visit or work in, a tiny boutique hotel, centrally located in the beautiful ancient northern city of York. Winner of TripAdvisor’s Travellers' Choice Awards in 2016, 2017 and 2018 - the hotel was rated the third in the UK and sixteenth in Europe for Best Service in 2018 by reviewers on Tripadvisor. We are often chosen by couples or friends wanting to celebrate a special occasion in a relaxed way or wanting a central, civilised and convenient base from which to explore the beautiful city of York. The hotel has been recognised as one of the best boutique hotels in Great Britain by the Telegraph and regularly features in ‘best of York’ lists by the Telegraph, Independent and Sunday Times Travel Magazine. We also feature as one of Alistair Sawdays’ special places. We are a small close-knit team, all flexible and dedicated to achieving the highest standards of experience for our guests. Everyone working here is multi-talented and not afraid to roll their sleeves up. Many of our staff have developed skills while working here that they did not imagine they ever would! This is a truly diverse role, where you will have the opportunity to learn about and become competent in a number of areas within a successful small hotel. This is an opportunity to learn many transferable skills and would be a great first step into a number of different future careers, for a hardworking candidate. Due to internal promotion, we are looking for a flexible, friendly, energetic, punctual and positive person, who will rotate between acting as host for our guests in the breakfast room, setting up, serving and clearing down breakfast on some days and cooking breakfast on others and then moving on to housekeeping to a 5 star standard, keeping the whole building spick and span, maintaining and organising supplies and linen and cleaning bedrooms to time and quality standards (full training will be provided). You will be responsible for checking your own rooms and those of others to ensure high standards. You will also be responsible for reception duties, checking guests in and out as necessary, and hosting them in the public areas. You will be involved in making sure a healthy and safe environment at work is maintained and for deep cleaning and dealing with maintenance issues in a timely manner. You will not be afraid to grab a paint brush when necessary! This is a physically active role. We have a stable team and aim to recruit for the long term and ask applicants only to apply if they are able to commit to at least 18 months with the business in order to provide continuity for the team and our guests. Required Experience Previous high quality experience in a relevant area would be an advantage, but is not essential as full training in all areas will be provided. More important is to be able to demonstrate a cheerful can-do attitude, guest focus and a willingness to learn. We operate a personal development and performance management system to make sure that our staff can access the support they need to achieve the standards required. The successful candidate will be keen to take full part in driving their own development as part of this. A good standard of English speaking and comprehension will be needed. We are looking for someone who shares our values of: Genuine hospitality – using empathy, ingenuity, expertise and hard work in everything we do to allow our guests enjoy their visit to the full and build lasting relationships with the hotel Working together – applying the same values and attitudes we offer to our guests to our colleagues Continuous improvement – making sure we are performing to the best of our ability, taking responsibility for our own development and always looking for ways to improve our skills Integrity - Being respectful and trustworthy in all our interactions whether with guests, colleagues, the local community or the environment. Salary and Hours The role is full time and permanent, working an average of 40 hours per week over 5 days out of 7. The salary is £16,286.40. Normally shifts will be 8 hours, falling between 7am and 5pm but you must be able to work a late shift up until 9pm if required. Shifts will vary and will include weekends. Shifts include half an hour paid break to be taken at a time according to the needs of the business. Flexibility will be required to ensure tasks are completed and to cover holidays and in the case of absence. Some holidays are fixed and others can be taken flexibly on a first come first served basis, subject to business needs. Please note that there is no accommodation or parking available with this role so travel to and from work at these times must be considered before applying. You must be eligible to live and work in the UK. This will be a permanent role after the initial probationary period has been satisfactorily completed. Please apply with your CV and a covering letter explaining why you want to work in this role at The Parisi Hotel.
Hunter Gee Holroyd York, UK
Aug 13, 2018
Full time
Could you Make a Difference? Do you enjoy helping clients to manage their business finances? Hunter Gee Holroyd, a highly successful, well established and professional firm of chartered accountants, based in York is searching for a   bookkeeper , ideally who has knowledge of   Xero ,   Quickbooks   and   Sage. Bookkeeper Role Description Joining as a Bookkeeper, you will be based in Hunter Gee Holroyd’s office in York. You will be a professional, friendly team player who enjoys working accurately and to the best of your ability. The role will require you to deliver on the preparation of bookkeeping and preparing quarterly VAT returns, to a varied small to medium-sized enterprise client base. Three years’ hands-on bookkeeping experience for businesses ranging in size from sole traders, partnerships and limited companies is key to the role. You will be responsible for the following: Monthly bookkeeping Preparing quarterly VAT Returns Answering telephones and assisting in other general office duties. Bookkeeper Qualifications and Competencies This Bookkeeping role will require at least 3 years experience in bookkeeping and VAT from any small, medium or large practice environment. Knowledge of   computerised   accounting software is beneficial. You will have hands-on experience in bookkeeping, with knowledge of   Xero , Quickbooks   and   Sage. You will be looking to further your career within a leading firm based in North Yorkshire. About you You are a pro-active, positive and enthusiastic individual who enjoys delivering an excellent level of service to clients. You enjoy working as part of a team, are approachable and self-motivated. You are keen to develop your skills and knowledge working in a collaborative and supportive environment. About Hunter Gee Holroyd Hunter Gee Holroyd is an independent accountancy practice offering a range of chartered accountancy and business advisory services throughout North Yorkshire.  A friendly team of 38 staff including three   directors,   operate from three offices in York, Easingwold   and   Filey. Its clients include owner managed and   family owned   companies in the agricultural, legal, transport and construction sectors, plus independent operators offering IT and technology services. Hunter Gee Holroyd prides itself on its actively engaged forward thinking team who share traditional values whilst providing outstanding levels of service. Hunter Gee Holroyd’s values are: Respectful Professional Friendly If you’d like to help us to Make a Difference please apply for the role: Please apply in writing, enclosing a CV to Mr Mark Grewer, Hunter Gee Holroyd, Club Chambers, Museum Street, York, YO1 7DN or by email to   mark.grewer@hghyork.co.uk
£18,000 - £23,000 yearly
One to One Recruitment York, North Yorkshire, UK
Aug 09, 2018
Part time
We are looking for a mature, positive and enthusiastic, part time, permanent, Facilities Assistant to work closely with the Facilities Manager to assist in the day-to-day servicing and maintenance of the facilities within this organisation. This includes room set-up for events, organising and carrying out maintenance of the equipment and facilities as well as presenting an efficient and customer-focused service. Your days will be varied and will involve the following: Liaising with internal and external customers, and to contribute to the provision of excellent customer care through the use of good inter-personal skills and an innovative approach to problem solving. Supporting the Facilities Team on minor repairs and maintenance where competent and cost effective to do so. Assisting with problems associated with the facilities and maintenance of the site and to ensure they are resolved in a timely and efficient manner. Ensuring vending machines are stocked and in full working order as well as stock ordering Keeping external areas clear and tidy, including gritting and clearing of snow as required in poor weather conditions. Carrying out basic plant room checks and weekly checks of fire alarms/doors etc. and moving furniture and equipment. Setting out training rooms etc. Occasional emergency call out cover for evening and weekends The Facilities Assistant role is instrumental in ensuring that all colleagues, customers and visitors to the Centre in York experience a positive experience; directly attributable to the excellent physical facilities available. This is a part-time role (18-23 hours a week Monday to Friday) you will need to be flexible around the department’s workload, this may mean that you will occasionally be required to be available for an odd weekend, early morning, late evening working or full time holiday cover. The successful Facilities Assistant will have excellent hands on skills, ideally from a trade/repair/maintenance back ground and a basic understanding of health and safety would be desirable but not essential. You should also have excellent IT, communication and customer service skills. Salary £18-23K pro rat’d Closing date: 4th September Interviews: 13th September

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