Job title: Line Leader
Location: Clitheroe, Lancashire, BB7 1QD
Benefits: 29 days holidays (including bank holidays) with extra accrual after 2 years' service, pension scheme, long service awards, health cash back plan, cycle and motor vehicle purchase schemes, wellbeing month, language courses, free onsite parking, social events, charity events
Working Hours: 06:00 - 14:30 (5 days out of 7)
Winterbotham Darby are looking to recruit 2 Line Leaders/Machine Minders to join our fast paced food manufacturing site based in Clitheroe, Lancashire.
Prior experience in a similar role is required.
We are not located on a bus route so travel to work may need prior planning if you do not have a car.
Please note, due to Covid-19 shift segregations the shift is currently finishing earlier at 14:00.
For nearly 60 years we have been supplying high-quality, chilled food produced in Europe to the major retailers and food service businesses in the UK. Since day one, our unique category insight has enabled us to identify market trends, positioning us as category leaders in a wide range of products.
If you wish to apply for the position of Line Leader please click 'Apply'.
No experience but a keen interest in working in a busy laboratory environment?
Microsearch Laboratories Ltd is a national food testing laboratory situated in Mytholmroyd at the heart of the beautiful Calder Valley.
Due to ambitious growth plans we currently have a unique entry level opportunity available within our microbiological laboratory team.
Titled as a Trainee Microbiological Food Analyst this role is ideally suited to someone qualified with a minimum of GCSE's grade 5-9 (A-C), although specific microbiological experience is not required for this role as full and ongoing training is provided.
Here at Microsearch Laboratories we are more interested in recruiting the right type of person for this role - someone with a keen interest in science, interested in getting started on their career path with a business that will offer the opportunity to work, develop and learn at the same time and someone with an enthusiastic, energetic and conscientious nature to succeed in this role. For the right candidate this role opens up great opportunities to progress within our business as we also develop and grow with great career prospects, employee development programmes and a range of benefits/incentives.
Key duties will include
We’d expect a high level of attention to detail and efficiency in your work at all times, good organisation skills and the aptitude and ability to learn and develop within the work environment.
Benefits & Incentives
In return for your talents, we are delighted to offer the below in addition to a competitive hourly rate:
So what next?
You’ll join us on a three-week training programme with a dedicated training officer. Ongoing training is then provided.
1.30pm - 10pm Monday - Friday & every third Saturday 1.30pm - 10pm
We look forward to hearing from you!
At Aldi, you'll never find yourself bored and twiddling your thumbs on the till as a Store Assistant. In fact, time will fly by.
You'll do everything from checking off deliveries to dealing with enquiries or ensuring that the shelves are fully stocked with well-presented products. And, of course, you'll provide excellent customer service at all times by attending to customer needs in a prompt and friendly way. It's a really fast-paced environment, and everyone understands exactly what needs to happen to make their store a success – and gets on with doing it. There's a real family feel here, and we all pitch in as part of a close-knit team.Benefits
We’re good at lots of things at Aldi, but we’re particularly good at looking after our people.• Market leading package – Yes, the rumours are true. We pay incredibly well! • Nice working environment – Fresh. Energized. Attractive. It’s the kind of place where you can do great things. A place where your ideas will be heard. • Excellent work-life balance – Plenty of time off, fantastic benefits and some decent salaries to holiday in style. • Great opportunities to develop – We’ll value you for what you can do, rather than where you’ve come from. So we’ll accept, recognise and often implement your ideas and recognise your contribution.
Residential Child Care (North West) Ltd will open the first of 5 residential child care facilities in the immediate future. This presents an outstanding opportunity for a candidate to join an ambitious, well funded business, which has childcare excellence at the core of its purpose. The successful applicant will bring with them a desire to build a child focused, family orientated culture. Rewards and career progression opportunities are truly outstanding.
To lead and manage the children’s home consistent with the approach and ethos of the organisation, delivering outcomes and high-quality care as set out in the home’s Statement of Purpose.
· Have responsibility for the management of services, including staff management and supervision, care and placement planning, safeguarding, communications, report writing and monitoring quality and compliance.
· Ensure full implementation of statutory and organisational policies and procedures and provide feedback on the effectiveness of all policies and procedures.
· Compliance with legal and regulatory requirements such as provisions set out in the Children’s Homes Regulations and Quality Standards 2015, Children’s Act 1989, Children’s Act 2004 as amended, General Data Protection Regulations 2018, Health & Safety at Work Act 1974 and Working Together to Safeguard Children 2018.
· To be responsible for developing constructive working relationships within the wider community to promote the overall outcomes for looked after children.
· Ensure that staff have the skills, experience and qualifications required to meet the needs of each child or young person placed in the home and provide continuity of care.
· To lead and manage the home in a way that is aspirational, inspiring both children and young people and the staff who work there.
· Produce monitoring reports, statistical data and evaluation as required and in keeping with organisational policies and procedures and within agreed deadlines.
· To ensure that the principles of equality and diversity are embedded in the culture of the home.
· To ensure that each child or young person has individual care and care planning which is tailored to their specific needs and requirements as laid out in their relevant plans.
· To maintain professional relationships with the team around the child, multi-agency partnerships and where appropriate parents, families and other stakeholders.
· Ensure that the homes ethos is embedded in the service and that service users are fully involved in the day-to-day running of the service.
· Ensure that the service meets the needs of service users from a diverse range of backgrounds in line with legislation, policy and best practice standards.
· Take responsibility for the management of safeguarding children and young people, risk and service governance.
· Ensure that children and young people have access to services which meet their health, education, social, psychological and emotional needs and well-being.
· Ensure that the service and its programmes are planned and delivered to meet the needs of all children and young people.
· Monitor appropriate outcomes and progress for children and young people.
· Ensure that a social inclusion focus is embedded within services.
· Take part in on-call arrangements if required.
· Responsible for the regular supervision of the staff team and others as required.
· Ensuring that all staff have access to practice based consultation within their own area of service delivery as well as management supervision, reviewing and monitoring standards, caseloads and practice development.
· Responsible for recruitment of staff in line with organisational policy and procedure.
· Coach and support development of the staff team in line with their statutory training requirements and continuous professional development (CPD).
· Responsible for staffing structures and rotas in addition to planning and prioritising key areas of work.
· Responsible for providing short basic instruction/training sessions/briefings to the staff team in areas of best practice.
· Ensure staff are properly inducted and briefed on how to work with children and young people’s care planning systems and any programmes for care.
· Responsible for ensuring effective team building within and promoting a constructive spirit of co-operation within staff team.
· Pro-actively manage sickness absence in line with organisational policy and procedure.
· Responsible for the maintenance of physical assets located at the home.
· Responsible for the health and safety of the premises and furnishing of the home.
· Responsible for budget management across the service, ensuring expenditure is contained within the income that is available within the financial year.
· Ensuring central ICT policies and procedures are adhered to by staff and children and young people.
· To co-ordinate and monitor the administrative functions of the home and evaluate standards of performance.
· Lead on contract management and placements with the relevant commissioners.
· Ensure that an Annual Development Plan is reflected within the service business plans.
· Take the lead in the delivery and development of services in accordance with any service agreement between external agencies and the organisation.
· Identifying and managing opportunities for growth.
· Responsible for expanding existing businesses and identifying and/or developing new business opportunities.
Quality and Service Development
· Ensure the Quality of Care Report (Regulation 45) is submitted to Ofsted twice yearly and that the monthly Regulation 44 visits are carried out by an Independent person.
Qualifications and Education
· Level 5 Diploma in Leadership for Health and Social Care and Children and Young People’s Services; or equivalent; or a preparedness to work towards the same.
· Demonstrate commitment to continuing professional development.
· 3 years’ experience working with children in the last 5 years and at least 1 year at senior level.
· Supervision or management experience.
· Working with children, young people and their families.
· Work in a residential setting.
· Inter-agency work.
Knowledge and Understanding
· Children’s Home Regulations and Quality Standards 2015, Social Care Common Inspection Framework (SSCIF), Children Act 1989, Children and Families Act 2014, Care Standards Act 2000, Children Act 1989 and 2004, Working Together to Safeguard Children 2018, Health and Safety at work and associated guidance and regulation.
· Policies and procedures pertaining to running a residential children’s home.
· Child protection, safeguarding children, impact of abuse and neglect, education and health needs of looked after children, equality and diversity and children’s rights.
· Care and placement planning, risk and review processes.
· Understanding of the education, health, social, emotional and psychological needs of looked after children and young people and how to ensure these needs are met.
Skill and Abilities
· Ability to lead and inspire a staff team, take responsibility for staff team training and development, supervision, rosters ensuring continuity of care for each child or young person.
· Able to manage stress and difficult dynamics and demonstrate emotional resilience.
· Capable of performing a wide variety of administrative tasks consistent with the day-to-day management of a children’s home.
· Prioritise and organise workload in a manner that maintains and promotes quality, evaluating the quality of own and others’ work and raises any quality issues and related risks to the relevant person.
· To be ‘fit’ to manage a children’s home as outlined in the requirements for registration as a Manger.
· Ability to sustain and work through placement issues to prevent placement breakdowns.
· Ability to monitor the service for quality of care and in line with the requirements of Ofsted inspection.
· Ability to develop constructive working relationships with the wider community and multi-agency teams.
Equality and Diversity
· Promote equality and value diversity by interpreting equality, diversity and rights in accordance with legislation, policies and procedures and relevant standards.
· Identify patterns of discrimination and take actions to overcome this and enable others to promote quality and diversity and a non-discriminatory culture that supports people in exercising their rights.
At Hi-Tech Plastics we are seeking an Injection Moulding Setter to join our busy and fast-moving team based in Blackburn. You will work in a modern, progressive and expanding company alongside an excellent team in an environment with scope to progress further within the company. Hi-Tech Plastics runs 24hrs, 5 days per week and this role is for a double day shift 6 am-2 pm, 2 pm-10 pm on a rotating basis.
As an Injection Moulding Setter your duties will include:
To be a successful Injection Moulding Setter you will have the following skills and experience:
Hi-Tech Plastics design and manufacture injection moulding tools / components for the pharmaceutical, automotive, electronic and industrial markets. We also offer a tool repair and maintenance service. Hi-Tech Plastics runs 27 injection machines supplying various industries and we use most thermoplastic materials.
In return, the Injection Moulding Setter will receive a salary of £28,000 - £31,000 per annum depending on experience.
If you are interested in joining Hi-Tech Plastics as a Setter / Technician, click apply now and send an updated copy of your CV today!
At East Lancashire Hospitals NHS Trust our vision is to be widely recognised for providing safe, personal and effective care. We currently provide high quality services and treat over 600,000 people across East Lancashire and the surrounding area. We employ over 8,000 staff, many of whom are internationally renowned and have won awards for their work.
If you would like to work for a forward thinking organisation who puts patients first, has safety and quality at the heart of everything they do, invests and develops their workforce, encourages innovation and supports positive change then you’re ready to join us at East Lancashire Hospitals NHS Trust.
We are offering you the opportunity to join our nursing team as a Band 5 Registered Nurse nurse on our 32 bedded Rehabilitation ward at Clitheroe Community Hospital. This is a friendly, supportive, innovative team, whom are committed to providing and maintaining high standards of patient care. Clitheroe Community hospital is set in the heart of the picturesque Ribble Valley.
We are looking to work with someone who is highly motivated, committed and a passionate individual to work within this excellent team. You must have excellent communication skills and be able to work effectively in a multi-disciplinary team, whilst being able to maintain and provide outstanding standards of care. The Registered Nurse is someone whom is equally accountable for the day to day delivery of patient care and is a support to the ward sisters and ward manager
In return we can offer you a structured orientation programme with the support of the department Ward Manager. You will be supported to develop yourself with regular one to one meetings and appraisals and access to study days and preceptorship. You will receive a supernumerary period to enable you to gain the skills and competencies required and support form the team
For further details / informal visits contact:
Name - Kirsty Thomasson - Ward Manager
Email - Kirsty.email@example.com
Telephone number01200 4409010
The salary advertised is for 37.5 hours pw. Salaries will be pro-rata if the hours are less than this. For posts on AfC payscales, new entrants to the NHS will normally commence on the first pay point.
The vacancy may close before the closing date if sufficient applications have been received. Please complete your application as early as possible to avoid disappointment.
Shortlisting is completed anonymously with candidates being assessed against the essential criteria for the post.. Therefore only applicants who can clearly demonstrate how they meet our person specification criteria in their application will be short-listed.
Disclosure and Barring Scheme (DBS)
If the role you are applying for is identified as either controlled or regulated activity as defined in in the Safeguarding vulnerable Groups Act (2006) any offer of employment is provisional upon a satisfactory DBS check being obtained.
The Healthcare sector is exempted from the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974.
In line with other NHS trusts, the DBS check charge is paid by the successful candidate who has been offered the post. Candidates can choose to pay this over 1-3 months as a salary deduction. However, if you are applying for a post as a BANK worker, the payment must be made in full before the offer can be progressed. By applying for this post you agree to this undertaking.
The cost of an Enhanced Disclosure will be £44.00 and for a Standard Disclosure £27.00 which includes a small handling fee.
Applicants who have a disability and meet the essential criteria for the job will be interviewed if you indicate you wish to be considered under the Guaranteed Interview Scheme.
If you require a reasonable adjustment at any stage of the recruitment process please make the recruitment services team aware as soon as possible. Telephone 01254 732075 or email firstname.lastname@example.org or write to Employment Services, Parkview Offices, Haslingden Road, Blackburn, BB2 3HH
The Trust is an equal opportunities employer – please see attached for further information
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Customers are at the heart of everything we do.
It takes lots of different people to run a store and this is a job for doers, with plenty of variety. It’s a committed role, full of everyday challenges, but that’s one of the things that makes it so rewarding.
Being a colleague in one of our stores means that you will help to serve our shoppers better every day.
You’ll meet great people, learn new things and be part of an expert diverse team where everyone is welcome.
Whether you are looking for stability or flexibility to suit your lifestyle, or the opportunity to progress your career, this can be the role for you
PLEASE NOTE YOU MUST BE OVER 18 TO APPLY FOR THIS ROLE.
The Customer is at the heart of everything we do.
It’s your responsibility to ensure:
Whether you are looking for flexibility to suit your lifestyle or the opportunity to progress your career, this can be the role for you.
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Should you require further information regarding this vacancy please contact the organisation direct.
Part Time Receptionist/Administrator at St James Medical Centre Rawtenstall
30 hours per week
Friendly supportive team.
Practice experience preferred but training can be given.
Flexibility in hours and times will be required.
Applications via NHS jobs please.
For more information or to arrange an informal visitcontact Helen Bond or Ellie Jones on 01706 213060 or via email to email@example.com
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