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HGV | LGV Driver

Smart Recruit Online

York, Yorkshire
1 day ago
York, Yorkshire
£30k - £33k Per Year
1 day ago
£30k - £33k Per Year

Are you a HGV Driver looking for a new opportunity?
Do you wish you had weekends and bank holidays off?
Then look no further, Copart is recruiting!
Copart UK Limited is a critical outsource partner to all of the UK motor insurance companies, providing essential services that relate to the UK transport infrastructure by collecting, transporting and storing accident damaged vehicles. Copart is also intrinsic to the waste management, recycling and disposal of end-of-life vehicles which has been deemed critical and therefore are able to remain fully operational whilst ensuring social distancing measures are met, during the current COVID-19 pandemic.
Copart currently owns and manages a fleet of over 300 vehicles that are a combination of vehicle transporters and plant machinery along with LGV Class 1 Drivers. Our Transport Operation handles the collection and delivery of predominantly accident damaged cars, vans, LGVs and other vehicles on behalf of insurance and automotive customers to industry leading service levels, across 15 geographically dispersed UK operations centres.
We are currently seeking experienced HGV/LGV Drivers to join our team at our Full Sutton (York) Operations Centre.
And in return we offer an initial training rate of £30,000 for experienced LGV drivers as well as excellent additional earnings opportunities that could see a total package of around £33,000 per annum, which includes a quarterly performance related reward.
A Copart Driver loads, collects and delivers vehicles of all shapes, sizes and conditions and therefore the role can be physically demanding. In addition to being a Class 1 or Class 2 driver with a current LGV Licence, you'll need to demonstrate a valid DQC, have relevant driving experience, have extensive driving experience in both rural and urban environments as well as possessing great communication and customer service skills.
LGV Driver | Class 1 & 2 | C&E Licence | Large/Heavy Goods Vehicles | Recovery Driving | HGV Driver | CPC | Customer Service
So, if you want:
  • Monday to Friday working
  • 28 days holiday including Bank Holidays
  • CPC Training provided
  • PATAM Identity Card
  • Employee benefits scheme providing discounts at many high street retailers
  • Discounted Employee Share Purchase Plan
  • Contributory Personal Pension Plan
  • Family Events

Then get in touch and send us your application today!

Additional Information


As part of the application process, you will receive an automatic email response containing preliminary questions which you are required to complete to be considered for the position. Please look out for this email and check it has not gone into your junk/spam email.

Essential Skills

  • HGV/ LGV Licence Class 1 or Class 2
  • A Good understanding of the EU 'Drivers Hours' and 'Working time' rules
  • Current CPC
  • Relevant HGV/LGV driving experience of rigid 26 tonne vehicles or similar
  • Have experience in driving HGV/LGV vehicles with manual transmissions
  • Have good geographical knowledge
  • Good work ethic
  • Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal
  • Great customer service skills

Desirable Skills

  • Car transportation or recovery experience

About Company


Copart was founded in the USA in 1982. Copart is a NASDAQ listed company and currently operates in more than 200 locations in 11 countries and has over 125,000 vehicles up for auction every day. With locations throughout Asia, North and South America, the Middle East and Europe, including 16 locations across the UK we are a fast-paced, growing and exciting business auctioning in excess of 250,000 vehicles per year through our online auction technology.
We work with many of the world's leading insurance, finance houses, banks, and automotive dealers, fleet and rental car companies who rely on the combination of our advanced technology, robust processes and our people to deliver industry-leading performance. Our continued investment in innovation and our customer-centric approach means we deliver bespoke solutions tailored to the specific needs of all our clients, and Copart is looking for the right people to join our team.
Copart is committed to promoting equal opportunities in employment and to avoiding unlawful discrimination in all aspects of employment. You and any job applicants will receive equal treatment regardless of age, disability, gender reassignment, marital or civil partner status, pregnancy or maternity, race, colour, nationality, ethnic or national origin, religion or belief, sex or sexual orientation.
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Lead Occupational Therapist

National Health Service

Primary Care Wellbeing Service, Yorkshire
1 day ago
Primary Care Wellbeing Service, Yorkshire
£38.89k - £44.503k Per Year
1 day ago
£38.89k - £44.503k Per Year

Job Reference: 453-21-2984850

Employer:
Bradford District Care NHS Foundation Trust
Department:
Occupational Therapist
Location:
Primary Care Wellbeing Service, Bradford
Salary:
£38,890 - £44,503 per annum

Bradford District Care Trust is an award-winning Trust that provides a range of innovative services that have been recognised as best practice nationally. As a provider of care for people of all ages who have mental and/or community health needs we are dedicated to providing a high quality service, close to where people live and as much as possible tailored to an individual’s needs.

The Trust’s purpose is to create connected communities and help people to feel as healthy as they can be at every point in their lives and our vision is to connect people to the best quality care, when and where they need it and be a national role model as an employer and provide our staff with the best place to work.

Everything we do is underpinned by our core values:- We Care, We Listen, We Deliver

We Care - We act with respect and empathy, and always value difference

We Listen - We understand people’s views and respond to their individual needs

We Deliver - We develop and provide excellent services and support our partners


The Primary Care Wellbeing Service (PCWBS) is an award-winning service specialising in integrated physical and mental health care. The service is a psychology led MDT based. We work closely with GP’s and other agencies involved in the patients care and provide interventions aimed at improving functional ability and quality of life

The post holder will have experience in working with complex presentations and within a multi-disciplinary team and provide highly-skilled assessment and management of individuals with complex interlinked physical and mental health problems.The post holder will provide flexible, dynamic and innovative care, responsive to health needs and focusing on those service users who present with complex mental health needs, co-morbidities and long-term conditions. They will proactively manage very high intensity users of services, co-ordinating care programmes to enable the patient to maintain independence and avoid unnecessary access to healthcare services. They will plan, co-ordinate, deliver and evaluate assessment and treatment for adults in the most appropriate community setting.

Closing date - Monday 8th March 2021

Shortlisting date - Wednesday 10th March 2021

Interview date - Thursday 18th March 2021

For further details / informal visits contact:

Name : Kirsty Shepherd

Job title :Lead Occupational Therapist

Email address : Kirsty.shepherd@bdct.nhs.uk

Telephone number :07753 430463



We manage candidates’ applications through the trac.jobs recruitment system. This means that all of the information provided in your application form will be securely transferred from NHS Jobs following submission, and it will only be used for the purpose for which it was provided.

Candidates applying for this vacancy are informed that preference will be given to Trust staff who are currently going through the organisational change process within the Trust and the role may be withdrawn from external candidates on this basis. In the event of this happening the Trust will inform candidates via their email address on NHS Jobs.

We would welcome applicants with lived experience of providing unpaid care and/or support to a family member or friend with a disability, health condition, frailty, mental health problem, addiction or other health and care needs.

We welcome people from all backgrounds and in particular Bradford District Care Trust is keen to reflect the population we serve, we are currently under represented in terms of black and minority ethnic staff. Applications are encouraged from these groups but it must be stressed that selection will be solely on merit and in accordance with the Trust recruitment policy.

We will consider a variety of flexible working arrangements to enable staff to balance their work and homes lives and support staff by offering a range of benefits including nursery facilities. We are also proud to pledge our support to the Armed Forces and hold a Bronze Award in the Defence Employer Recognition Scheme.

We want to understand how you demonstrate the values, skills and knowledge that we are looking for. Please ensure that you read the job description and person specification attached below as this will help you complete your application.

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Registered Manager

Ad Warrior Ltd

York, Yorkshire
2 days ago
York, Yorkshire
2 days ago

Our client is a name trusted in the North of England to provide progressive residential and supported living services for adults with an intellectual disability.

With nearly two dozen homes across the area, they see care from the service user’s point of view. That means enabling them to receive the choices and rights they are entitled to and to become as independent as possible within an inclusive community.

They are currently seeking to recruit a Registered Manager to manage two of their homes located in Heworth and Fulford, York to promote profession, clinical, administrative and financial arrangements, training and care planning within the home. This is a great opportunity for someone who has the desire to help their service users to improve their independent living skills and an exciting time to join the staff teams at both locations. 

The suitable candidate needs to be hard working, flexible and willing to learn. The ability to maintain confidentiality is a must, as is a willingness to support our service users in a non-judgemental way, treating them all with respect and supporting them to develop their independence. Applicants should be able to provide a needs led service to people, be comfortable working alongside health and social care professionals and be able to be a role model to both our service users and staff.

Duties include, but are not limited to:

•Provide leadership to the team by providing motivation, support and mentoring the staff when needed and by ensure good team working.
•Completing rotas on a weekly basis, to ensure suitable cover is always provided.
•Provide on call cover working within on call guidance.
•Ensure that staff complete all necessary paperwork to an acceptable standard.
•Adhere to the BG Codes of Practice, Staff Handbook and The Company's Policies and Procedures.
•Ensure risk assessments are actioned as necessary, in line with policies and procedures.
•To be flexible and responsive at all times to meet the changing needs of the service and the service users.

•To complete all relevant Quality Assurance and audits on dates stipulated as well as all other required documentations listed.
•Ensure actions on house audits are completed by the appropriate person within a sufficient time frame.
•Work in a way that meets the statutory requirements of employees under health and safety at work.
•Support service users with regards to decision making and lifestyle choices enabling them to take control of their own lives, increasing independence.
•Support service users to take an active role in the community by accessing local facilities and wider community resources in the spirit of social inclusion.
•Ensure the security of the building and the safety of people living in the home.
•Contribute to / attend reviews and multi-disciplinary meetings.
•Work with individuals to promote a healthy lifestyle by liaising with local health care professionals.
•Work in partnership with care managers and other professionals to maximise quality of life for individuals.
•Develop positive relationships with family and carers.

Registration with CQC is required.

Whilst the hours of the role are 9 – 5 Monday to Friday, the successful applicant will be expected to be part of the on call team, which may require some unsociable hours.

If you feel you are a suitable candidate and would like to work for this reputable company, then please do not hesitate in applying. 

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Advanced Practitioner

National Health Service

The Ridings, Yorkshire
4 days ago
The Ridings, Yorkshire
£38.89k - £44.503k Per Year
4 days ago
£38.89k - £44.503k Per Year

Job Reference: 346-TSC-060-20-A

Employer:
Tees, Esk and Wear Valleys NHS Foundation Trust
Department:
Children & Young People's Services
Location:
The Ridings, Redcar
Salary:
£38,890 - £44,503 per annum

We are one of the largest specialist mental health and learning disabilities trusts in the country, with an annual income of £320m and a workforce of some 6,700 staff operating from around 100 sites in Durham, Teesside, North Yorkshire and York and Selby. We provide a range inpatient and community services to 2m people living in County Durham, the Tees Valley, Scarborough, Whitby, Ryedale, Harrogate, Hambleton and Richmondshire. We also provide additional specialist services to other parts of Northern England.

We deliver our services by working in partnership with eight local authorities and clinical commissioning groups, a wide range of voluntary organisations, as well as service users, their carers and the public. The services are spread over a wide geographical area of around 3,600 square miles, which includes coastal, rural and industrial areas.

We are a multi-award winning trust and are included within the Health Service Journal’s Best 100 Places to Work. The trust take a positive and proactive approach to support staff in their personal development and has embedded the Talent Management approach within the Trust, with the vision of helping people to be as good as they can be, helping TEWV to do things better.


We are seeking to appoint an enthusiastic Advanced Practitioner/Clinical Nurse Specialist, to provide a lead clinical role within the Redcar CAMHS Looked After Children's (LAC) Team.

Redcar LAC Team has the reputation of being a very supportive and highly effective clinical service. The post is a genuine opportunity to undertake meaningful, effective and rewarding short, medium and long-term interventions with some of the most vulnerable children and young people.

The post involves working in the community to provide therapeutic support to looked after children and young people. Experience and qualification of working therapeutically with children is an advantage but not imperative. The successful candidate would need to be passionate and committed to developing their therapeutic skills and willing to undertake training, in accordance with service need.

The post holder will provide psychologically orientated assessment, formulation and intervention to young people and their professional support network.

A key responsibility is to provide individual support and training to foster carers.

The post-holder would need experience of assessing and managing risk. You would be required to work with multiagency professionals in the development and review of risk management plans.

Providing specialist consultative support to multiagency professionals is a key element of this post. The post-holder will be required work closely with Children’s Services; especially social workers within the LAC and safeguarding teams.

CAMHS LAC Team has developed strong working relationships with Children's Services’ management and social workers, who have a high regard for the quality of the service. Working with colleagues, it will be the post holder’s responsibility to maintain these relationships. Experience of leadership is an advantage, but not a pre-requisite. You will be required to work closely with Children's Services to review/monitor performance and service delivery. You would be required to write clinical and performance reports. The post-holder will manage enquiries, referrals and facilitate efficient throughput of their own and colleague’s caseloads. You would play a key role in maintaining and developing the service.

The post holder would work closely with specialist CAMHS colleagues to facilitate fast-track entry of LAC into the other CYPS mental health services.

You may be asked to offer supervision to colleagues. The successful candidate will be well supported by management and senior clinicians. The post holder will receive regular supportive supervision; working closely with colleagues based both within the Redcar CAMHS’ specialist and LAC teams. Clinicians make excellent use of team supervision and psychological formulation sessions. Training and service developmental opportunities would be available for the post holder, in order to further develop specialist skills and interests.

If you would like to know more about working in this warm, welcoming and supportive team then please get in touch for informal discussion or visits.

For further details / informal visits contact:

Claire Baird, Team Manager/Psychologist claire.baird@nhs.net 03000132000 opt 3

Samantha fish can also be contacted on samantha.fish@nhs.net



Tees, Esk and Wear Valleys NHS Foundation Trust is committed to the protection of staff, service users and visitors to the Trust from second hand smoke and currently operates a no smoking policy which ensures all buildings and grounds are smoke free.

We are an equal opportunities employer and welcome applications from individuals who have experience of mental ill health or learning disabilities. Our service users and carers tell us our staff should be consistently concerned with maintaining and improving care with pride, empathy and compassion.

This job advert may close as soon as sufficient suitable applications have been received. If interested please apply for this post as soon as possible

Your submitted application will be imported into our preferred Third party recruitment system. All subsequent information regarding your application will be generated from apps.trac.jobs. You will not be able to track the progress of your application or receive messages via the NHS Jobs website and therefore, as an employer, we will not be able to respond to any e-mails sent to us via the NHS Jobs website. By applying for this post you are agreeing to Tees Esk and Wear Valleys NHS Foundation Trust transferring the information within this application to its preferred applicant management system. If you are offered a job, information will also be transferred into the NHS Electronic Staff Records system

Please note that if the post you are applying for requires a DBS check, you will be required to also subscribe to the DBS Update Service, if successful, and thereafter renew your subscription each year. The Trust will reimburse the subscription fee.

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Data Insights Analyst

National Health Service

York, Yorkshire
4 days ago
York, Yorkshire
£31.796k - £38.934k Per Year
4 days ago
£31.796k - £38.934k Per Year

Job Reference: J316-DIA-YORK

Employer:
Collaborative Procurement Partnership
Department:
Corporate
Location:
York
Salary:
£31,796.12 - £38,934.73

Data and Insight Analyst

Starting Salary £31,796.12

Sheffield / Home

The principal base location for this post is Sheffield. CPP is currently reviewing its working arrangements and it is anticipated that you will be required to also spend a percentage of your time working from home. You must be available to commute to our Sheffield Office as and when required. Further information will be made available should you be shortlisted for interview.

Our Business Intelligence team plays a central part in CPP’s success, serving Business Intelligence (BI) needs and catalogue management operations across the business, utilising cloud-based technologies tor data storage, workflow management and visualisations.

What we do:

We save money for the NHS.

Collaborative Procurement Partnership delivers effective procurement initiatives to source and supply surgical medical equipment and consumables.

We are very proud to be part of the NHS Supply Chain family and the savings we generate directly benefit the patient.

We ensure that the NHS can access the products it needs at the right time and at the right price – with everything robustly clinically tested so that quality is never compromised.

We are a Limited Liability Partnership formed in 2018 and we have huge plans for growth. There has never been a more exciting time to join us.

The Role:

We believe our people make CPP great. Do you look at things differently? Are you looking to be part of a dynamic team, as a Data and Insight Analyst, where you can make an impact, drive change, and grow your career?

At CPP, we are transforming the business through data, automation of workflows, and visualisations, providing insights to drive opportunities for savings.

Our employees are challenged to try new things, empowered to develop their own career path and create their own story.

We are currently looking for an experienced Data and Insights Analyst to design and construct new insight visualisations and workflows for data modelling and production using Microsoft Power BI, Alteryx, and Microsoft Azure Services.

This will include:

  • Developing and implementing workflows for the acquisition, cleansing, and transformation of data.
  • Developing visualisations, dashboards, reports and presentations.
  • Identifying savings opportunities through the production of analysis, comparisons, and benchmarks.
  • Undertaking complex analysis of information to ensure consistent and accurate reporting of operational activity to meet the needs of multiple stakeholders.
  • Supporting the submission returns and datasets for internal and external stakeholders.
  • Supporting our Category Towers through provision of benchmarking analysis, modelling, and reporting to support workstreams and meet business goals and targets.
  • Providing regular data and information updates.
  • Routinely undertaking data-quality checks to a high-level of data accuracy.

Who you are:

  • You will be educated to degree level or equivalent or experienced in a related subject matter.
  • You will have a previous experience in a similar role where you have designed data workflows and data visualisations, dashboards, reports & presentations.
  • Advanced experience of using MS Power BI is essential, developing visualisations, as well as some exposure to MS Azure Cloud and MS SQL Server. Experience of Alteryx is desirable.
  • You will be able to demonstrate advanced excel skillset and data analysis skills.
  • You will have great stakeholder management skills with the ability to build relationships at all levels.
  • You will have excellent attention to detail and to ensure information is accurate, congruent, reliable, and is easily available to users for direct consumption or integration with other systems.

The Rewards:

  • The starting salary is £31,796.12.
  • Workplace pension contributions.
  • Employee Assistance Programme.
  • Health cash benefit.
  • 25 days holiday entitlement & 8 bank holidays.
  • The opportunity to purchase additional holidays.
  • Death in service benefit.
  • Cycle to work Scheme.
  • Business car lease scheme – for roles with business miles of 4,000+ miles per annum.
  • Salary Sacrifice car scheme – open to all employees.
  • Excellent opportunities for career development.
  • A friendly, supportive, and energetic working environment.

We reserve the right to close adverts early should we receive sufficient applications. Please apply for this job as soon as you can, if interested

Candidates selected for interview will be contacted after the short-listing process, usually within 2 weeks.

COVID-19 / Face-to-Face interviews are currently not permitted, therefore will be conducted via Microsoft Teams.

We regret we cannot contact everyone who is not selected for an interview, therefore if you do not hear from us within 21 days after submitting your application, please assume you have not been successful on this occasion.


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UKIMEA International Partnerships Manager

VirginPulse

Leeds, Yorkshire
30+ days ago
Leeds, Yorkshire
30+ days ago

Who is Virgin Pulse?

Virgin Pulse, founded as part of Sir Richard Branson’s famed Virgin Group, helps organizations build employee health and wellbeing into the DNA of their corporate cultures. As the only company to deliver a powerful, mobile-first digital platform infused with live services, including coaching and biometric screenings, Virgin Pulse’s takes a high-tech-meets-high-touch-approach to engage employees in improving across all aspects of their health and wellbeing, every day – from prevention and building a healthy lifestyle to condition and disease management to condition reversal, all while engaging users daily in building and sustaining healthy habits and behaviors. A global leader in health and wellbeing, Virgin Pulse is committed to helping change lives and businesses around the world for good so that people and organizations can thrive, together. Today, more than 3100 organizations across the globe are using Virgin Pulse’s solutions to improve health, employee wellbeing and engagement, reduce costs and create strong workplace cultures.

Who are our employees? 

At Virgin Pulse we’re passionate about changing lives for good. We want to make a difference in the world by helping people be healthy so they can perform at their best, every day, at work and home. Our award-winning solutions support leading employers in improving and simplifying the employee health and wellbeing journey and engaging people in all aspects of their health. But our world-class products and programs are nothing without our people – the employees who design, build, promote, sell, test and perfect the latest innovations in workplace health and wellbeing. Our people are our top priority and we invest in their health and happiness. At Virgin Pulse, we have so much more than a strong, supportive company culture – have a shared vision for a healthier, happier world.


Who you are. 

The International Partnerships Manager is responsible for creating channel distribution opportunities and building a network of referral partners within UKIMEA. 

 

In the role of International Partnerships Manager you will wear many hats and your attention will be crucial in the following areas:

 

Distribution Opportunities – 85% of role

  • Build and maintain a distribution sales pipeline from identification of prospects through to close.
  • Make cold contact with new target distributors and nurture existing opportunities.
  • Collaborate with the Demand Gen Marketing and ABM teams to target potential distributors in a meaningful and impactful way, researching and identifying relevant buyer groups.
  • Seek out new opportunities and innovative ways to attack the market.
  • Work closely with the International Distribution Team to share best practice, ensure efficiencies and to seek support and expertise.
  • Consult with potential distributors to solve for their needs and ensure we have the key stakeholders from our side and theirs round the table.
  • Work closely with Product Marketing to ensure you have all the necessary resources and tools to engage prospects in an impactful and engaging way.
  • Create deal strategies for each opportunity and proactively communicate and share with your Manager and wider team.
  • Effectively communicate our product roadmap and engagement solutions to prospects and partners with passion and excitement.
  • Proactively work cross regionally and departmentally daily, relying on a strong internal network.
  • Consistently use CRM to manage opportunities and maintain accurate forecasting and reporting.
  • Demonstrate accountability to your team through weekly progress updates within the team meetings.
  • Confidently create impactful and high quality PPT presentations and prospect proposals.
  • Live, breath and share your in-depth knowledge of the Virgin Pulse product portfolio.
  • Participation in external networking events, tradeshows, and other relevant conferences to build your network and seek out opportunities.
  • Tackle internal and external stakeholder negotiations with confidence, expertise, and thoughtfulness.
  • Manage the RFP process with the support of the proposal team where required.
  • Manage the contracting process through to signature.     

Referral Partners – 10% of role

  • Establish new referral partner opportunities
  • Negotiate referral fees and own the contracting process
  • Maintain regular contact with referral partner network and equip them with the tools they need to successfully refer business our way (assets, webinars etc.) 

Product Partners – 5% of role

Support our Product team and clients by scoping out potential new product partners within the UKIMEA region


What you bring to the team. 

  • Bachelor’s degree qualified or equivalent.
  • Full UK driving licence and use of own car.
  • 3+ years’ experience in software/SaaS channel, distribution and partner sales, selling to customers in the Human Capital, Employee Benefits, Health, Insurance, Wellbeing or Engagement space. 
  • Experience selling enterprise products/services with a focus on value-based selling methodologies.
  • Experienced in building strong internal network and collaboration.
  • Excellent track record of delivering results and working towards sales targets.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills that capture and articulate customer needs and deliver business value. 
  • Proficient in the use of Microsoft Office, including Outlook, Word, PowerPoint and Excel.
  • Willingness to accept and contribute new ideas, and adapt to a rapidly changing, high-growth, environment.
  • Passion for collaboration and team building across the sales organisation and cross-functionally within Virgin Pulse. 

In order to represent the best of what we have to offer you come to us with a multitude of positive attributes including:

  • A self-starter motivated to deliver.
  • Highly communicative to ensure visibility
  • Excellent stakeholder management
  • Thrives working to a fast pace.
  • Razor sharp attention to detail.
  • Takes pride in work.
  • Team player.
  • Self-motivated and proactive.
  • HUMBLE, HUNGRY, SMART
  • Highly organised.
  • Flexible and adaptable approach.
  • Genuine interest in the Corporate Health & Wellbeing industry.
  • Passion for the VP purpose and mission. 

Why work here? 

We believe a career should provide competitive pay and benefits, a collaborative and supportive work environment, strong employee culture and cutting-edge technology and services — so many reasons to love it here.

*We are an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to any protected class status.

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NHS Partnership Manager

National Health Service

Derby, MID
3 days ago
Derby, MID
3 days ago

NHS Partnership Manager

First Steps ED

The closing date is 16 March 2021

Job overview

First Steps ED supports people of all ages, genders and backgrounds experiencing problems with eating difficulties and eating disorders. This role will require the ability to coordinate our face-to-face and online services to provide individuals with the support they elect through our choice approach which is made available through our professional resources to facilitate progression and change.

The role requires the ability to relate to and work with a range of professionals to ensure provision of high quality and safe services in accordance with our NHS Service Specifications. The NHS Partnerships Manager will be a member of the Management Team and be the Designated Safeguarding Officer working closely with Service Coordinators across the organisation.

The purpose of this role is to lead the coordination and oversight of our growing number of external partnerships and the development of the quality improvement and service planning agenda across the organisation.

Main duties of the job

With the ever-increasing focus on the integration of health and care systems, we are looking to appoint a strong leader to help oversee and coordinate our key strategic relationships and the increasing number of formal partnerships.

This role ensures that appropriate operational service development processes are in place across the organisation so that we are continuously making progress towards achieving our vision and strategic aims; both leading and supporting the development of quality assured, safe patient and service facing services through our departmental teams.

The post holder will have at least 2 years experience of working with people with mental health difficulties and have a good understanding of the pathways and services across NHS mental health and eating disorder services to ensure good quality and safe services are delivered on and off site.

A level 3 safeguarding qualification and previous experience as a Designated Safeguarding Officer will be an advantage.

About us

Candidates with level 2 safeguarding qualifications will be considered with a requirement to complete level 3 training within your first month of appointment.

As the Midlands multi-award winning mental health and specialist eating disorder charity our service teams work in schools, colleges and universities across the Midlands.

We offer blended services through our technology enabled care services, offering choice to our NHS partners patients, and service users with many choosing to receive a range of support services available through our bundled care packages.

We are looking forward to receiving your application to join our multidisciplinary team.

If you would like an informal conversation with our Clinical Lead prior to submitting your application, please email info@firststesped.co.uk

Job description

Job responsibilities

NHS Partnerships Manager and DesignatedSafeguarding Officer

HOURS: 37.5 hours per week

SALARY: £25,000 to £27,000

REPORTS TO: Clinical Lead

ACCOUNTABLE TO: CEO

Aim and Job Outline

First Steps ED supports people of all ages and genders experiencing problems with eating difficulties and eating disorders. This role will require the ability to coordinate our face-to-face and online services to provide individuals with the support they elect through our choice approach which is made available through our resources to facilitate progression and change.

The role requires the ability to relate to and work with a range of professionals to ensure provision of high quality and safe services in accordance with the NHS Service Specification.

The NHS Partnerships Manager will be a member of the Management Team and be the Designated Safeguarding Officer working closely with Service Coordinators across the organisation. The purpose of this role is to lead the coordination and oversight of our growing number of external partnerships and the development of the quality improvement and service planning agenda across the organisation. With the ever-increasing focus on the integration of health and care systems, we are looking to appoint a strong leader to help oversee and coordinate our key strategic relationships and the increasing number of formal partnerships. You will play a pivotal role in representing the organisation in the external environment at a local, regional and national level and help lead our approach to both policy changes and any subsequent responses.

This role ensures that appropriate operational service development processes are in place across the organisation so that we are continuously making progress towards achieving our vision and strategic aims; both leading and supporting the development of quality assured, safe patient and service facing services through our departmental teams.

The post holder will have at least two years experience of working with people with eating disorders and/ or mental health difficulties and have a good understanding of the pathways and services across NHS county mental health and eating disorder services and to work with service users, patients, NHS professionals and teaching professionals to ensure good quality and safe services are delivered on and off site.

Responsible For:

1.0 Main Tasks

1.1 Increase awareness of eating disorders amongst all ages and genders, using targeted information and resources, which are relevant and appropriate to specific patient groups

1.2 Provide an informal and accessible route for patients to seek advice and information about disordered eating or concerns about their relationship with food

1.3 Facilitate early intervention to prevent the escalation of symptoms and chronicity of eating disorders in patients who access the Service. Provide immediate physical and psychological assessment for patients who present with disordered eating symptoms with links to specialist services

1.4 Work with commissioners and key stakeholders including schools, colleges, universities, GP Practices, specialist eating disorders services and support groups to share experience and knowledge in relation to identifying and supporting people with eating disorders

1.5 Work collaboratively with existing eating disorders services to ensure a robust clinical pathway is in place. Effective partnership working will be required with various other providers including NHS Eating Disorders Services, local CAMHS Eating Disorders service and out of area services as required

1.6 Ensure that all sessions are monitored and information collated to show the range of users.

2.0 Publicity of Service

2.1 Produce and distribute relevant information and marketing materials to advertise EDISS

2.2 To raise awareness and understanding of eating disorders to reduce stigma and discrimination

2.3 Ensure that all relevant professionals are aware of ICS and FSED services

2.4 Distribute via email, twitter and face book weekly information and activities programme

2.5 Promote the service by giving or arranging for talks to schools, colleges, practice nurses, doctors and other potential users and referrers

2.6 Negotiate with statutory organisations referrals to the services for services users who have eating disorders

2.7 Regularly contribute towards updating the website.

2.0 Work with FSED All Services and All Genders and NHS Stakeholders

3.1 Offer brief intervention and psychological therapy treatment packages, which are tailored to the patients level of clinical risk and their presenting eating disorder

3.2 Improved patient experience of seeking help for eating disorder symptoms

3.3 Promotion of patient self-care and self-management that is tailored to the student target group

3.4 Arrange initial one to one appointments for services users and carers requiring more information before accessing additional support sessions

3.5 Ensure that the services and sessions are planned, coordinated and that ICS staff are given tasks according to their experience and ability

3.6 Ensure that service users can access fully the services of the organisation e.g. alternative therapies, online support and positive activities

3.7 Work in partnership with other key professionals to ensure a good quality outcome for students

3.8 To ensure that all sessions are monitored and information collated to show the range of users

3.9 To keep information current and up to date

3.10 To liaise and work closely with volunteers

3.11 Keep minutes of all meetings and provide weekly feed back to the First Steps team.

4.0 Monitoring & Evaluation

4.1 To collaborate and maintain close working relationships with others working within the service, aiming to maximise motivation and gain opportunities for ideas in order to improve the service

4.2 To work closely with staff, service users, volunteers and professionals to develop and evaluate the service

4.3 To participate in audit and research that allows evaluation and development of the service

4.4 To maintain records using an agreed format

4.5 To update database entries and provide monthly statistics for the chief officer

5.0 Training & development

5.1 To participate in relevant training to maintain and update specialist knowledge and competence

5.2 To work as part of a team in providing eating disorder training to other organisations

6.0 Other

6.1 To attend formal and informal supervision with your manager

6.2 To attend clinical supervision to discuss any service users concerns

6.3 To attend weekly team meetings and any other meetings relevant to the post

7.4 To evaluate and develop the service between March March

PERSON SPECIFICATION

You will need to demonstrate in your application/at interview that you possess the essential criteria as detailed below.

CRITERIA ESSENTIAL DESIRABLE SKILLS & ABILITIES

CRITERIA

ESSENTIAL

DESIREABLE

SKILLS AND ABILITIES

Postgraduate degree in a mental health discipline (e.g. mental health nurse, occupational therapist, counselling and psychotherapy)

Safeguarding qualification Level 3 or willing to achieve within 3 months of appointment

Ability to communicate effectively at all levels and demonstrate an understanding of sensitive and complex issues

Good interpersonal and listening skills

Excellent written and verbal communication skills

Ability to plan and prioritise workload using excellent time management skills

Ability to liaise effectively with a wide range of people/organisations

Able to demonstrate a commitment to self- development & training

Able to maintain confidentiality appropriately

Ability to work under pressure and to work to deadlines with quality outcomes

Able to work effectively unsupervised and as part of a team

Able to demonstrate a flexible and creative response to problem solving

Able to keep good and accurate records

Excellent IT skills, including in a variety of Microsoft packages (Word, PowerPoint, Excel etc), the use of databases and email

KNOWLEDGE

Of the Voluntary/Community Sector

An understanding of current mental health legislation

A good understanding and working knowledge of diversity and equal opportunities

Risk assessment and risk management in mental health

Legal and ethical issues in peer support services

Clinical Governance and Clinical Supervision

Research and development methodology

Safeguarding and its application in practice

Knowledge of relevant mental health conditions

Knowledge of best practice in counselling interventions for clients with mental health conditions

QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE

Post-graduate diploma or higher degree in a relevant discipline

Recent peer support delivery experience in the provision of both long-term and time-limited, focussed service models

Minimum of 2 years

experience of working with people with mental health difficulties

Evidence of continuing professional development

Experience of working in highly confidential settings

Liaison with, and referral on to, other services or agencies

Experience working with clients with a wide range of mild to moderate support needs

Experience of developing positive partnerships and multiagency working

Experience working within boundaries and frameworks

Mentoring of volunteers

OTHER

Full driving licence and access to own transport with appropriate business insurance

Ability to travel independently in accordance with First Steps ED policies and service need

Able to work flexibly to meet the needs of the Service and people using services including ability to work unsociable hours (including evenings and some weekends)

A satisfactory Disclosure and Barring Service check

The job description will be subject to revision in light of the development of the service, following discussion with the post-holder. The effectiveness of the role will be reviewed on a regular basis in conjunction with the Management team.

Signed:.. Dated: ..

(Manager)

Signed: .. Dated:...

(Employee)

Person Specification

Qualifications

Essential

  • Level 3 Safeguarding qualification.
  • Previous experience as Designated Safeguarding Officer.

Desirable

  • Postgraduate experience with a related HND/HNC.

Disclosure and Barring Service Check

This post is subject to the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act (Exceptions Order) 1975 and as such it will be necessary for a submission for Disclosure to be made to the Disclosure and Barring Service (formerly known as CRB) to check for any previous criminal convictions.

Employer details

Employer name

First Steps ED

Address

Woburn House

Vernon Gate

Derby

DE1 1UL


Employer's website

https://firststepsed.co.uk

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Beauty Partnerships Manager

THG (The Hut Group)

Manchester, NW
5 days ago
Manchester, NW
5 days ago

As one of the largest categories on Lookfantastic, we are looking for an experienced buyer to join our beauty buying team responsible for delivering continued sales and profit growth across their brand range while building strength in relationships with brand partners.
Key responsibilities will include:
P&L responsibility and management across all brands
Responsible for building, managing and delivering the category and brand budgets, providing a clear and structured rationale for how each budget is to be achieved given the agreed upon JBP and marketing exposure
Liaising with trading & marketing teams to make sure all products, ranges and promotions are planned and presented correctly
Stock management through pricing and promotion, utilising our replenishment model to drive availability across new partners
Forms & nurtures strategic brand relationships building strength in relationships with key brand partners to leverage investment opportunities, terms discussions and their global networks.
Continuous monitoring and review of category performance to analyse sales patterns, advises teams and ensures appropriate action is taken to unforeseen sales reactions.
Completing regular competitor analysis to ensure our ranges and prices are in line with the current market
Coaching and developing team members to reach their full potential within the business
Reviewing and evaluating the effectiveness of joint business plans, taking appropriate action where necessary
Develop, implement and deliver brand plans including range reviews, promotions and pricing ensuring consistency with commercial strategy
KPI’s
Responsibility for building strength in key strategic brand relationships while delivering sales & profit growth
Brands Sales Growth Target(s) - achieving sales growth in line if not above of budget as defined with your manager.
Brands Gross Margin Target(s) - achieving sales growth at an agreed margin rate as defined with your manager
Securing commercial terms improvement across margin, payment terms, marketing investment and purchasing retro’s as aligned upon with your manager.
Stock management across availability, aged stock profile and range reviews
Delivery of a complete JBP 6 months in advance that is built to deliver continuous sales growth to outperform previous year’s performance
Globalisation of brand contracts
New Customer Growth Targets – by brand as defined with your manager
Requirements
Prioritise, structure work & effectively manage time
Financial and analytical ability – ability to budget and review performance
Excellent communicator – able to give clarity and set direction
Commercial awareness of the beauty industry
Strong knowledge of your brand partners
Ability to form good working relationships with internal teams and external clients
Critical thinker and problem-solving skills
Project management skills
Negotiation skills
Benefits
What We Offer
Competitive salary
Company bonus scheme
Pension scheme
Onsite Doctor
Employee discounts
Childcare vouchers
Apply for this job

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Director of Strategy and Partnerships

National Health Service

Stockport Greater Manchester, NW
2 days ago
Stockport Greater Manchester, NW
2 days ago

Director of Strategy and Partnerships

Stockport NHS Foundation Trust

The closing date is 10 March 2021

Job overview

The Director of Strategy and Partnerships will work closely with Executive Directors and the senior leadership team across the Trust. The purpose of this role is to lead the coordination and oversight of our growing number of external partnerships and the development of the strategic planning agenda across the Trust. With the ever-increasing focus on the integration of health and care systems, we are looking to appoint a senior leader to help oversee and coordinate our key strategic relationships and the increasing number of formal partnerships. You will play a pivotal role in representing the Trust in the external environment at a local, regional and national level and help lead our approach to both policy changes and any subsequent regional responses.

Main duties of the job

This is an incredibly exciting time to be joining Stockport NHS Foundation Trust as we take forward the development of our Integrated Care and Acute Service Models, securing clinical and financial sustainability; improving outcomes for our patients and service user experiences.

You will ensure that appropriate business and operational development processes are in place across the organisation so that we are continuously making progress towards achieving our vision and strategic aims; both leading and supporting the development of large-scale business cases which help to realise our longer term ambitions

If you are interested in applying for this role and would like to arrange a discussion with Karen James OBE, Chief Executive, then please contact Lisa Murch, Office Manager / Senior Executive Assistant, via email lisa.murch2@stockport.nhs.uk

About us

Stockport NHS Foundation Trust provides hospital services for children and adults across Stockport and the High Peak, as well as community health services for Stockport, Tameside and Glossop. Stepping Hill Hospital treats over 500,000 patients per year and community health services are run across 24 sites in Stockport and 17 sites in Tameside and Glossop.

There are lots of good reasons to choose to come and work at Stockport NHS Foundation Trust. A dynamic integrated Trust with integrity and vision. Exactly the same qualities youll see in yourself.

Stockport NHS Foundation Trust aims to be the organisation of choice for patients and an employer of choice for staff. In order to continually improve all aspects of our patient experience, we rely upon having a highly skilled, motivated, diverse, productive and patient focussed workforce.

We are constantly improving how we work with staff and this is reflected in the awards we have been awarded, which can be viewed on our website.

Job description

Job responsibilities

The Director of Strategy & Partnerships is responsible to the Chief Executive for taking forwardall aspects of the Strategic Development and Planning agendas. This involves working withpartners and the Trusts commissioners to shape the health economies integrated care and theTrusts Acute strategy. He / She will ensure that appropriate business and operationaldevelopment processes are in place across the organisation so that the Trust is continuouslymaking progress towards achieving its vision and strategic aims.

The Director will work closely with operational and clinical colleagues to review clinical servicesand collaborative opportunities. They will also work with partners, patients and service users totake forward the development of Integrated Care and Acute Service Models to secure clinicaland financial sustainability in addition to improving patient outcomes and service usersexperience.

Person Specification

Qualifications & Training

Essential

  • Graduate level education and/or professional qualification
  • Educated to Master's Degree level of equivalent experience, preferably supported by a formal management/ business qualification
  • Evidence of continuous and proactive professional & personal development demonstrating specific knowledge / expertise over more than one discipline.

Experience

Essential

  • Extensive experience in a similar provider organisation at a senior level
  • Track record of achievement as a senior leader which demonstrated significant successes through innovation and a strong but sensitive style, which contributes directly to the patient experience
  • Significant experience of working with Executive and Senior Management Teams
  • Experience of strategy development
  • Experience of business Planning
  • Demonstrate well developed negotiation skills coupled with the ability to tackle difficult situations
  • Evidenced experience of working across organisational boundaries including statutory, voluntary and private sector
  • Experience in the delivery of complex work, incorporating multiple inputs and stakeholders with fluctuating and competing priorities
  • Evidence of a collaborative management style coupled with improving quality of service provision at a strategic level
  • Experience of working with multiple services or organisational Divisions with sometimes opposing objectives to gain consensus
  • Evidence of significant programme and project management experience
  • Previous experience of undertaking senior manager on call responsibilities

Knowledge & Skills

Essential

  • Able to develop successful relationships with internal colleagues and departments as well as externally with a wide range of stakeholders and work with individuals and groups from a range of backgrounds
  • Excellent communication skills, both written and formal
  • Strong commercial and business acumen and judgment, understanding the need for efficient services and well commissioned services
  • High degree of political sensitivity and experience of dealing with a range of issues in a complex stakeholder environment
  • Sound analytical, negotiation and numerical skills
  • Ability to establish rapport/credibility with Trust colleagues including clinicians, managers, staff, staff representatives and professionals from outside the Trust
  • Establish strong, credible supportive working relationships with key stakeholders
  • Experience in the execution of stakeholder engagement exercises, and a skilled influencer who is outcome focused

Demonstates Trust Values

Essential

  • Is an exemplar in demonstrating in Trust values

Employer details

Employer name

Stockport NHS Foundation Trust

Address

Stepping Hill Hospital

Stockport Greater Manchester

SK2 7JE


Employer's website

http://www.stockport.nhs.uk/

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Administration Assistant in Breast Imaging

National Health Service

York, Yorkshire
2 days ago
York, Yorkshire
£18.005k - £19.337k Per Year
2 days ago
£18.005k - £19.337k Per Year

Job Reference: 419-2957023-AA-CG4

Employer:
York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
Department:
Breast Imaging
Location:
York
Salary:
£18,005 - £19,337 pro rata

Please note that contact with applicants will usually be by email, and so please check all of your mail folders regularly (unfortunately some providers filter our messages into junk mail folders).

Our Values

  • We are KIND
  • We are OPEN
  • We pursue EXCELLENCE

We are looking for applications from people who share our values to help make us a valued and trusted partner within our care system, that delivers safe effective care to our local population

People for Patients. Our People, our Patients, our Priority


We are looking for a highly motivated individual who has a desire to make a difference in the health care environment whilst being committed to excellence in patient care and delivering a high quality administration service to the service users.

The North Yorkshire Breast Screening Service provides a high quality Mammography Service to the North Yorkshire area. You will be part of a team responsible for the administration of the North Yorkshire Breast Screening Service and the Symptomatic Breast Imaging Service using bespoke computer software.

Duties include making and changing appointments via telephone and email , data input, reception work, preparation of documentation and encrypted devices for local clinics and clinics being undertaken in the community setting, and data input of clinical and personal information.

Educated to GCSE level or equivalent including Maths and English at grade C or above. The successful candidate will be able to demonstrate: excellent computer/IT skills to include Microsoft Office Packages, good organisational skills, the ability to work to high quality standards, paying attention to detail and accuracy, have good written and oral communication skills and excellent telephone communication skills.

You will have a positive attitude to work ethic and demonstrate willingness and motivation to learn and develop. You will be also be required to demonstrate a full understanding of patient confidentiality and the ability to function as part of a team.

Please note: This job advertisement will close at short notice once sufficient applications have been received. We encourage you to apply promptly if you are interested in this role.

For further details / informal visits contact:

Geraldine Oxby

Breast Imaging Services Admin manager

geraldine.oxby@york.nhs.uk

Susan Ibbotson

It's not just the area that's a great draw. In addition, as a member of our team you’ll have access to one of the most generous and comprehensive pension schemes in the UK, a minimum of 27 days annual leave (on top of Bank Holidays) and an award-winning package of staff benefits (see link on the right).

Susan.ibbotson@York@nhs.uk



Please note that some of our substantive vacancies may be available on a smaller number of hours than advertised. If you would be interested in applying on this basis, we would encourage you to contact the appointing manager to enquire further.

Agile and Flexible Working - We are committed to helping all staff balance their work with other commitments whilst ensuring minimal service impact, and have recently launched our new Agile and Flexible Working policy to support this. We encourage you to speak to the recruiting manager named within this advert to discuss any requirements you may have.

We are a carer friendly employer.

DBS Checks - All new employees starting work with us will be charged for the cost of their DBS check if it is required for the role. The cost will be deducted from your salary either in 1 payment or over a six month period once you start employment. The charges are currently £27.20 for a standard check and £44.20 for an enhanced check. The level of check will be determined by the post you are applying for. Please note that Volunteers and Bank only staff will not be charged.

A bit more about us and the surrounding area:

North Yorkshire is a fantastic part of the country. It is home to two national parks, a beautiful coastline, and the city of York; a place which is consistently voted one of the best to live in the UK. It's a great place to be and, as the largest provider of healthcare locally, we’re proud to serve 800,000 people.

What next? Explore the documents attached to the advert and be sure to read our ‘Our guidance for applicants’ before applying. Good luck with your application!

Armed Forces Friendly Employer - We are holders of the Gold Award from the Defence Employer Recognition Scheme, which is helping actively promote SaBRE - Supporting Britain’s Reservists and Employers.

Sponsorship - If you require sponsorship to work in the UK, check you are eligible under the UKVI points based system online.

Salary

£30k - £33k Per Year

Job Type

Full Time

Posted

1 day ago

Description


Are you a HGV Driver looking for a new opportunity?

Do you wish you had weekends and bank holidays off?

Then look no further, Copart is recruiting!

Copart UK Limited is a critical outsource partner to all of the UK motor insurance companies, providing essential services that relate to the UK transport infrastructure by collecting, transporting and storing accident damaged vehicles. Copart is also intrinsic to the waste management, recycling and disposal of end-of-life vehicles which has been deemed critical and therefore are able to remain fully operational whilst ensuring social distancing measures are met, during the current COVID-19 pandemic.

Copart currently owns and manages a fleet of over 300 vehicles that are a combination of vehicle transporters and plant machinery along with LGV Class 1 Drivers. Our Transport Operation handles the collection and delivery of predominantly accident damaged cars, vans, LGVs and other vehicles on behalf of insurance and automotive customers to industry leading service levels, across 15 geographically dispersed UK operations centres.

We are currently seeking experienced HGV/LGV Drivers to join our team at our Full Sutton (York) Operations Centre.

And in return we offer an initial training rate of £30,000 for experienced LGV drivers as well as excellent additional earnings opportunities that could see a total package of around £33,000 per annum, which includes a quarterly performance related reward.

A Copart Driver loads, collects and delivers vehicles of all shapes, sizes and conditions and therefore the role can be physically demanding. In addition to being a Class 1 or Class 2 driver with a current LGV Licence, you'll need to demonstrate a valid DQC, have relevant driving experience, have extensive driving experience in both rural and urban environments as well as possessing great communication and customer service skills.

LGV Driver | Class 1 & 2 | C&E Licence | Large/Heavy Goods Vehicles | Recovery Driving | HGV Driver | CPC | Customer Service

So, if you want:
  • Monday to Friday working
  • 28 days holiday including Bank Holidays
  • CPC Training provided
  • PATAM Identity Card
  • Employee benefits scheme providing discounts at many high street retailers
  • Discounted Employee Share Purchase Plan
  • Contributory Personal Pension Plan
  • Family Events

Then get in touch and send us your application today!

Additional Information


As part of the application process, you will receive an automatic email response containing preliminary questions which you are required to complete to be considered for the position. Please look out for this email and check it has not gone into your junk/spam email.

Essential Skills

  • HGV/ LGV Licence Class 1 or Class 2
  • A Good understanding of the EU 'Drivers Hours' and 'Working time' rules
  • Current CPC
  • Relevant HGV/LGV driving experience of rigid 26 tonne vehicles or similar
  • Have experience in driving HGV/LGV vehicles with manual transmissions
  • Have good geographical knowledge
  • Good work ethic
  • Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal
  • Great customer service skills

Desirable Skills

  • Car transportation or recovery experience

About Company


Copart was founded in the USA in 1982. Copart is a NASDAQ listed company and currently operates in more than 200 locations in 11 countries and has over 125,000 vehicles up for auction every day. With locations throughout Asia, North and South America, the Middle East and Europe, including 16 locations across the UK we are a fast-paced, growing and exciting business auctioning in excess of 250,000 vehicles per year through our online auction technology.

We work with many of the world's leading insurance, finance houses, banks, and automotive dealers, fleet and rental car companies who rely on the combination of our advanced technology, robust processes and our people to deliver industry-leading performance. Our continued investment in innovation and our customer-centric approach means we deliver bespoke solutions tailored to the specific needs of all our clients, and Copart is looking for the right people to join our team.

Copart is committed to promoting equal opportunities in employment and to avoiding unlawful discrimination in all aspects of employment. You and any job applicants will receive equal treatment regardless of age, disability, gender reassignment, marital or civil partner status, pregnancy or maternity, race, colour, nationality, ethnic or national origin, religion or belief, sex or sexual orientation.