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Communications and Supporter Services Manager

  • Birmingham
  • £27,741 – £39,880
  • Full time

Work with us The Vegan Society is an anagram of The Nicest Voyage. Quite fitting, we think, as for many people veganism is a journey – and a pretty remarkable one at that. Regardless of where you are on your vegan journey, our staff are on hand to make it easier, healthier and more fun. If […]

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Communications and Supporter Services Manager Apply for Position

  • Birmingham
  • £27,741 – £39,880
  • Full time

Work with us

The Vegan Society is an anagram of The Nicest Voyage. Quite fitting, we think, as for many people veganism is a journey – and a pretty remarkable one at that. Regardless of where you are on your vegan journey, our staff are on hand to make it easier, healthier and more fun. If you think you’d be great at helping others with this, read on, as this may be right up your street.

The Vegan Society makes veganism more accessible and an easily adopted approach by supporting individuals, policy and decision makers, caterers, manufacturers, health care professionals and the media.

Who we’re looking for

Are you passionate about changing the way we treat animals? Do you want to help reduce damage to our environment? Do you want to get people to enjoy healthy vegan food that looks good and tastes great?

As individuals, we have a somewhat eclectic mix of skills, passions and idiosyncrasies…but it works. Probably because we all have one thing in common: we believe we’re onto something really special.

The Communications Team has grown in recent years and in order to meet our ambitious plans for the next few years, we need to recruit some new people to our team in our offices conveniently located by Snow Hill station in Birmingham.

The role

Our busy Communications Team needs a manager to supervise their workload, manage the retention and recruitment of members, plan our attendance at major consumer shows across the UK and together with the Head of Communications ensure effective external and internal communications.

The role will call for considerable involvement in day to day operational and management issues within the department, as well as involvement with media requests, engagement with external organisations and individuals to maximise The Vegan Society’s brand awareness and event coordination.

This role is one of first-line management and will call for a close relationship with and support for the Senior Management Team’s work.

 As Communications and Supporter Services Manager you will:

– Line manage members of the Communications and Supporter Services teams: conducting 1-1s, signing off leave, appraisals etc.

– Lead on staff-run events at vegan and plant-based consumer shows, managing negotiations and the booking process

– Act as a spokesperson for The Vegan Society for broadcast media as required

– Support our media and PR strategies

Liaise with the Campaigns Manager and the Business Development Marketing Manager to support their media and PR strategies.

– Project manage the implementation of the society’s new CRM with the selected supplier during 2021 and support the Senior Supporter Services Coordinator with the implementation and testing of the CRM ensuring that the society keeps to timescales and budgets.

– Maintain organisational engagement with partners, supporters and high-level (celebrity) supporters.

To be considered as our Communications and Supporter Services Manager you will need:

– Demonstrable team management skills

– A very high standard of literacy with good all-round writing skills and excellent proofreading skills.

– Good project planning experience

– Good understanding of the full spectrum of marketing communications with expertise in marketing and PR.

– Events management experience

– To be willing to adhere to a vegan lifestyle for the duration of your employment.

What we offer

– A fun and supportive team

– A solution-focused atmosphere and hard-working environment

– Flexible working hours

– Employee Assistance Programme and health cash-back scheme

– Cycle-to-work scheme

– Childcare vouchers scheme

– Animal companion compassionate leave

– Ethical pension scheme (5-7% employer contribution)

– Death in service benefit

– 28 Days leave + 8 Bank Holidays (25 days annual leave & 3 closure days)

– Central Birmingham office location

Please note: The role is typically an office-based role, however remote working will be in place until social distancing measures are relaxed/removed. After these restrictions are eased a flexible work schedule could be considered but you would need to live within commuting distance of Birmingham.

Salary and hours

– Interviews will be held w/c 22 February 2021.

– This is full time (37.5 hours per week) role with a salary of £27,741 – £39,880 per annum.

– The application deadline is 9am Monday 15 February 2021.

How to apply

  1. Fill out the application form: https://www.vegansociety.com/about-us/jobs
  2. Fill out our Equality and Diversity Monitoring form.
  3. Return the completed application form to jobs@vegansociety.com.

Please apply using the application form provided on our website https://www.vegansociety.com/about-us/jobs/communications-and-supporter-services-manager

CVs cannot be accepted. No agencies.

To discuss this job role please email jobs@vegansociety.com.

Digital Communications Manager

  • Birmingham
  • £27,741 – £39,880
  • Full time

Work with us The Vegan Society is an anagram of The Nicest Voyage. Quite fitting, we think, as for many people veganism is a journey – and a pretty remarkable one at that. Regardless of where you are on your vegan journey, our staff are on hand to make it easier, healthier and more fun. If […]

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Digital Communications Manager Apply for Position

  • Birmingham
  • £27,741 – £39,880
  • Full time

Work with us

The Vegan Society is an anagram of The Nicest Voyage. Quite fitting, we think, as for many people veganism is a journey – and a pretty remarkable one at that. Regardless of where you are on your vegan journey, our staff are on hand to make it easier, healthier and more fun. If you think you’d be great at helping others with this, read on, as this may be right up your street.

The Vegan Society makes veganism more accessible and an easily adopted approach by supporting individuals, policy and decision makers, caterers, manufacturers, health care professionals and the media.

Who we’re looking for

Are you passionate about changing the way we treat animals? Do you want to help reduce damage to our environment? Do you want to get people to enjoy healthy vegan food that looks good and tastes great?

As individuals, we have a somewhat eclectic mix of skills, passions and idiosyncrasies…but it works. Probably because we all have one thing in common: we believe we’re onto something really special.

The Communications Team has grown in recent years and in order to meet our ambitious plans for the next few years, we need to recruit some new people to our team in our offices conveniently located by Snow Hill station in Birmingham.

The role

The Digital Communications Manager will provide support to the Head of Communications as well as team leadership and direction to the Digital Communications team.

The role will call for considerable involvement in day to day operational and management issues within the Communications Department, as well as engagement with external organisations and digital agencies to maximise The Vegan Society’s brand awareness.

This role is one of first-line management and will call for a close relationship with and support for the Senior Management Team’s work.

As Digital Communications Manager you will:

– Line manage members of the Digital Communications Team: conducting 1-1s, signing off leave, appraisals etc.

– Generate awareness of the society and its campaigns, and drive traffic to digital activities through online marketing and communications.

– Collate data from various sources across Digital Communications, and supplement that data with relevant research, producing detailed reports.

To be considered as our Digital Communications Manager you will need:

– Demonstrable team management skills and experience

– A very high standard of literacy with good all-round writing and proofreading skills

– Good project planning experience

– Good understanding of the full spectrum of marketing communications with digital marketing expertise

– Experience of programmatic advertising would be an advantage.

What we offer

– A fun and supportive team

– A solution-focused atmosphere and hard-working environment

– Flexible working hours

– Employee Assistance Programme and health cash-back scheme

– Cycle-to-work scheme

– Childcare vouchers scheme

– Animal companion compassionate leave

– Ethical pension scheme (5 – 7% employer contribution)

– Death in service benefit

– 28 Days leave + 8 Bank Holidays (25 days annual leave & 3 closure days)

– Central Birmingham office location

Salary and hours

– This is full time (37.5 hours per week) role with a salary of £27,741 – £39,880 per annum.

– Interviews will be held w/c 22 February 2021

– The application deadline is 9am Monday 15 February 2021.

Please note: The role is typically an office-based role, however remote working will be in place until social distancing measures are relaxed/removed. After these restrictions are eased a flexible work schedule could be considered but you would need to live within commuting distance of Birmingham

How to apply

  1. Fill out the application form: https://www.vegansociety.com/about-us/jobs
  2. Fill out our Equality and Diversity Monitoring form.
  3. Return the completed application form to jobs@vegansociety.com.

Please apply using the application form provided on our website https://www.vegansociety.com/about-us/jobs/digital-communications-manager

CVs cannot be accepted. No agencies.

To discuss this job role please email jobs@vegansociety.com.

 

Production Planner

  • Hartlebury
  • £20,000 - £25,000 per annum.
  • Full time

Our client is a well known company based in Hartlebury who are recruiting for a Production Planner to join their team on a permanent basis. They are an industry leading manufacturing company in their field. Reporting to the Operations Director, we are looking for someone who has previous experience in this type of job role […]

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Production Planner Apply for Position

  • Hartlebury
  • £20,000 - £25,000 per annum.
  • Full time

Our client is a well known company based in Hartlebury who are recruiting for a Production Planner to join their team on a permanent basis. They are an industry leading manufacturing company in their field.

Reporting to the Operations Director, we are looking for someone who has previous experience in this type of job role with the ability to demonstrate excellent attention to detail, good organisation and communication skills combined with the relevant IT proficiency.

Main tasks and responsibilities include;

– Log orders received by customer service into Excel planning sheet

– Schedule each order onto the appropriate production machine taking into consideration;

Type and size of order

Requested customer delivery date

Number of production staff available

Efficiency and best use of machine time to give highest production output

– Communicate the schedule to both production team and customer service team

– Generate reports from Excel

– Regularly update customer service for order tracking

– Production order generation and processing

– Track raw material delivery schedules (emails between our suppliers and transport companies)

– Create purchase orders and keep track of stock in line with production planning

– General office administration including supporting with Human Resources and Health and Safety processes.

 

Based at the site in Hartlebury, the office based hours are 8.30am – 5pm, Monday to Friday with potentially some flexibility at the managers discretion. The salary is from £20,000 – £25,000 per annum.

 

If you are interested in this position, get in touch with charlotte@cloverhr.co.uk

 

Trademark Sales Executive

  • Birmingham
  • £23,541-£27,041
  • Full time

The Vegan Society is an anagram of The Nicest Voyage. Quite fitting, we think, as for many people veganism is a journey – and a pretty remarkable one at that. Regardless of where you are on your vegan journey, our staff are on hand to make it easier, healthier and more fun. And if you […]

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Trademark Sales Executive Apply for Position

  • Birmingham
  • £23,541-£27,041
  • Full time

The Vegan Society is an anagram of The Nicest Voyage. Quite fitting, we think, as for many people veganism is a journey – and a pretty remarkable one at that. Regardless of where you are on your vegan journey, our staff are on hand to make it easier, healthier and more fun. And if you think you’d be great at helping others with this, read on, as this may be right up your street.

The Vegan Society makes veganism more accessible and an easily adopted approach by supporting individuals, policy and decision makers, caterers, manufacturers, health care professionals and the media.

In order to meet our ambitious growth plans for the next few years, we need to recruit some additional people to join our team in our new offices conveniently located by Snow Hill station in Birmingham. As such we are looking to recruit a Trademark Sales Executive, this role is key in supporting our growth strategy.

As a Trademark Sales Executive, you will;

– Work with leading manufacturers and brands across the UK and around the world, actively promoting the Vegan Society’s trademark.

– Be responsible for selling the vegan trademark, by identifying leads, educating prospects on our services through calls and presentations.

– Identify trademark sales opportunities, and drive these forward to confirmed order stage, this will be achieved by direct sales calls, networking and making use of social media.

– Convert leads into orders, through engaging your prospects.

– Manage and grow your own accounts in identified business lines, ensuring excellent customer care in order to retain client accounts.

– Develop new business by attending client visits, video / phone calls and selling the features and benefits of the portfolio.

– Identify new business lines to enter with the trademark.

– Develop a good understanding of the FMCG market across the range of products we register with the trademark.

To be considered as our International Trademark Sales Executive, you will need;

– Proven experience in a Sales Executive or Business Development role.

– Excellent consultative selling capabilities, matched with effective pipeline management and reporting skills.

– Be able to offer a high level of customer service and key account management.

– You must be willing to adhere to a vegan lifestyle for the duration of your employment.

What We Offer

– A fun and supportive team.

– A solution-focused atmosphere and hard-working environment.

– Flexible working hours.

– Employee Assistance Programme and health cash-back scheme.

– Cycle-to-work scheme.

– Childcare vouchers scheme.

– Animal companion compassionate leave.

– Ethical pension scheme (5-7% employer contribution).

– Death in service benefit.

– 28 days leave + 8 bank holidays.

Central Birmingham office location (our roles are typically office-based, however remote working will be in place until social distancing measures are relaxed/removed. After these restrictions are eased a flexible work schedule could be considered).

The Vegan Society as an organisation values equality, diversity, and inclusion. We want to be an organisation that tackles any structural discrimination or prejudice. We are actively trying to increase diversity in our organisation and encourage applications from all sections of the community.

To apply please follow the below link:

 

https://www.vegansociety.com/about-us/jobs/trademark-sales-executive

Sales Executive for the International Trademark Team

  • Birmingham
  • £23,541 - £27,041 per year
  • Full time

The Vegan Society is an anagram of The Nicest Voyage. Quite fitting, we think, as for many people veganism is a journey – and a pretty remarkable one at that. Regardless of where you are on your vegan journey, our staff are on hand to make it easier, healthier and more fun. And if you […]

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Sales Executive for the International Trademark Team Apply for Position

  • Birmingham
  • £23,541 - £27,041 per year
  • Full time

The Vegan Society is an anagram of The Nicest Voyage. Quite fitting, we think, as for many people veganism is a journey – and a pretty remarkable one at that. Regardless of where you are on your vegan journey, our staff are on hand to make it easier, healthier and more fun. And if you think you’d be great at helping others with this, read on, as this may be right up your street.

The Vegan Society makes veganism more accessible and an easily adopted approach by supporting individuals, policy and decision makers, caterers, manufacturers, health care professionals and the media.

In order to meet our ambitious growth plans for the next few years, we need to recruit some additional people to join our team in our new offices conveniently located by Snow Hill station in Birmingham. As such we are looking to recruit an International Trademark Sales Executive, this role is key in supporting our growth strategy.

As an International Trademark Sales Executive, you will;

– Work with leading manufacturers and brands across the UK and around the world, actively promoting the Vegan Society’s trademark.

– Be responsible for selling the vegan trademark, by identifying leads, educating prospects on our services through calls and presentations.

– Identify trademark sales opportunities, and drive these forward to confirmed order stage, this will be achieved by direct sales calls, networking and making use of social media.

– Manage and work with global agents.

– Convert leads into orders, through engaging your prospects.

– Manage and grow your own accounts in identified business lines, ensuring excellent customer care in order to retain client accounts.

– Develop new business by attending client visits, video / phone calls and selling the features and benefits of the portfolio.

– Identify emerging markets and new business lines that are right for the trademark.

– Develop a good understanding of the FMCG market across the range of products we register with the trademark.

To be considered as our International Trademark Sales Executive, you will need;

– Proven experience in a Sales Executive or Business Development role.

– Excellent consultative selling capabilities, matched with effective pipeline management and reporting skills.

– Be able to offer a high level of customer service and key account management.

– You must be willing to adhere to a vegan lifestyle for the duration of your employment.

What We Offer

– A fun and supportive team.

– A solution-focused atmosphere and hard-working environment.

– Flexible working hours.

– Employee Assistance Programme and health cash-back scheme.

– Cycle-to-work scheme.

– Childcare vouchers scheme.

– Animal companion compassionate leave.

– Ethical pension scheme (5-7% employer contribution).

– Death in service benefit.

– 28 days leave + 8 bank holidays.

Central Birmingham office location (our roles are typically office-based, however remote working will be in place until social distancing measures are relaxed/removed. After these restrictions are eased a flexible work schedule could be considered).

The Vegan Society as an organisation values equality, diversity, and inclusion. We want to be an organisation that tackles any structural discrimination or prejudice. We are actively trying to increase diversity in our organisation and encourage applications from all sections of the community.

To apply please follow the below link:

https://www.vegansociety.com/about-us/jobs/international-trademark-sales-executive

Community Network Volunteer Coordinator

  • Birmingham
  • £14,989.20
  • Part Time

The Vegan Society is an anagram of The Nicest Voyage. Quite fitting, we think, as for many people veganism is a journey – and a pretty remarkable one at that. Regardless of where you are on your vegan journey, our staff are on hand to make it easier, healthier and more fun. And if you […]

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Community Network Volunteer Coordinator Apply for Position

  • Birmingham
  • £14,989.20
  • Part Time

The Vegan Society is an anagram of The Nicest Voyage. Quite fitting, we think, as for many people veganism is a journey – and a pretty remarkable one at that. Regardless of where you are on your vegan journey, our staff are on hand to make it easier, healthier and more fun. And if you think you’d be great at helping others with this, read on, as this may be right up your street.

The Vegan Society makes veganism more accessible and an easily adopted approach by supporting individuals, policy and decision makers, caterers, manufacturers, health care professionals and the media.

In order to meet our ambitious growth plans for the next few years, we need to recruit some additional people to join our team in our new offices conveniently located by Snow Hill station in Birmingham. As such we are looking to recruit a Community Network Volunteer Coordinator on a part time basis, for 3 days per week.

The Community Network Volunteer Coordinator will focus on managing and growing The Vegan Society’s Community Network of volunteer activists. They will ensure the smooth running of the network, keeping the local groups engaged and developing actions that further The Vegan Society’s aims. The Community Network is split into two tiers, with both Organisers and Advocates. This role will communicate with Organisers, who in turn will manage Advocates in their local groups.

As Community Network Volunteer Coordinator, you will:

Manage the Community Network

Build and maintain relationships with volunteer Community Network (CN) Organisers.

Provide support to the CN Organisers and local groups where needed.

Ensure that new CN Organisers complete a full induction and provide training to CN Organisers on various relevant topics.

Monitor progress of CN actions and report back to the Campaigns and Policy team.

Grow the Community Network

Seek opportunities to grow the existing CN so that there are effective local groups in all areas of the UK.

Assist with advertising and promotion of CN Organiser roles, including writing advert copy and selecting appropriate advertising platforms.

Build Community Links

Reach out and connect with other local community groups (e.g. charities, foodbanks) to share and promote our campaigns and policy work.

Look for opportunities to collaborate and connect with local community organisations to ensure our messages reach a diverse audience.

To apply please follow the link below

https://www.vegansociety.com/about-us/jobs/community-network-volunteer-coordinator

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Compliance Manager

  • Bolton
  • Competitive salary offered, depending on experience
  • Full Time

Our client are an established Road Haulage business, with a large and varied fleet of vehicles. Due to their success they are seeking a Compliance Manager with experience in the Transport sector to work closely with our HR team. KEY RESPONSIBILITES – Managing drivers tachographs -The recruitment of drivers across 3 sites. -The induction and […]

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Compliance Manager Apply for Position

  • Bolton
  • Competitive salary offered, depending on experience
  • Full Time

Our client are an established Road Haulage business, with a large and varied fleet of vehicles.

Due to their success they are seeking a Compliance Manager with experience in the Transport sector to work closely with our HR team.

KEY RESPONSIBILITES

– Managing drivers tachographs

-The recruitment of drivers across 3 sites.

-The induction and training of new staff into the company.

-Carrying out disciplinaries.

-Supporting with dismissals.

-Handling complaints.

-Administration of driver files.

-Updating contracts for drivers.

-Conducting “toolbox talks”

-Take responsibility for health and safety and the co-ordination of associated activities.

-Assist with managing, auditing and reviewing compliance systems to ensure they are effective.

-Keep up to date on relevant changes in standards and legislation.

The Successful Applicant must have…

-Operational understanding of team roles within a transport operation

-Good communication skills

-Experience of working within the transport sector

This is a varied role and involves interacting with the transport desk, HR team, drivers, workshop and office staff.

DevOps and Cloud Infrastructure Engineer

  • Birmingham OR Dublin
  • Competitive depending on experience

uTrack is an innovative technology company that has created a platform to elevate passengers’ experience of using public transport. We are a growing, award-winning company with FTSE 100 customers based in Ireland, the UK, Europe and the USA. We’ve grown quickly in the short time since our inception and the demand for our services has […]

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DevOps and Cloud Infrastructure Engineer Apply for Position

  • Birmingham OR Dublin
  • Competitive depending on experience

uTrack is an innovative technology company that has created a platform to elevate passengers’ experience of using public transport. We are a growing, award-winning company with FTSE 100 customers based in Ireland, the UK, Europe and the USA.

We’ve grown quickly in the short time since our inception and the demand for our services has continued to increase. As such, we’re looking for a DevOps and Cloud Infrastructure Engineer to join our hard-working team.

As a DevOps and Cloud Infrastructure Engineer, you will:

– Work with the Product and Back End teams to build new features and scalable web applications targeting modern browsers and phones
– Liaise with the Testing and QA teams to analyse problems and review incidents
– Manage the AWS infrastructure such as RDS/prostgres, ECS/Fargate, EC2, S3, CloudFront, Elastic BeanStalk, ALBs and Lambda
– Maintain our monitoring and altering tooling
– Help the Development team to investigate and resolve service issues
– Contribute to the system architecture and design to ensure we deliver robust and secure services

To be considered as our DevOps and Cloud Infrastructure Engineer, you will need:

– At least three years’ experience of managing and deploying applications and systems in a cloud-based environment
– Experience of developing cloud-based technologies and an understanding of how systems can be built using them
– The proven ability to write scripts, automate systems tasks and orchestrate systems

Other organisations may call this role Systems Engineer, Cloud Infrastructure Engineer, Development Operations Engineer, Infrastructure Engineer, Developer, Cloud Developer, or Systems Developer.

What are the benefits?

– Take on a new position within our business where you’ll have a high level of autonomy
– Work from home for two days a week
– Flexible working hours (work a 7.5 hour day any time between 7:45am and 6pm)
– Drive the technical direction of our products
– Great benefits such as generous healthcare and pension plan
– Perks such as gym membership and team nights out
– Work with the latest tech
– Join a diverse team who come from all over the globe

To apply please email your CV to Charlotte Leigh charlottel@cloverhr.co.uk

HR Consultant

  • Worcestershire, Manchester, London, Warwickshire, Leicestershire, West Midlands, Birmingham and Coventry areas.
  • £15 - £20 per hour
  • Part Time

Responding to an ever increasing demand from a growing Client base, Clover HR is now in its fourth year reflecting the need for highly tailored, added value HR support of the highest calibre. We are looking to further expand our team of HR specialists with experienced part-time HR Consultants/HR Business Partners to work on a […]

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HR Consultant Apply for Position

  • Worcestershire, Manchester, London, Warwickshire, Leicestershire, West Midlands, Birmingham and Coventry areas.
  • £15 - £20 per hour
  • Part Time

Responding to an ever increasing demand from a growing Client base, Clover HR is now in its fourth year reflecting the need for highly tailored, added value HR support of the highest calibre.

We are looking to further expand our team of HR specialists with experienced part-time HR Consultants/HR Business Partners to work on a flexible basis from home.

The successful candidates will join a rapidly growing team providing HR solutions and Business support to clients face to face, over the phone and via email. These are field-based roles working from a home office. There will be some requirement to travel to client sites from time to time which will typically be in and around the Worcestershire, Manchester, London, Warwickshire, Leicestershire, West Midlands, Birmingham and Coventry areas.

Key responsibilities of the role will include:

  • Provide quality, pragmatic and commercially focused HR advice and support to a varied portfolio of clients.
  • Provide HR advice on a range of matters across the employee life cycle including recruitment, disciplinary and grievance processes, performance management processes and sickness absence management issues
  • TUPE & Redundancy support
  • Coaching and mentoring.
  • The review, development and implementation of HR policies and procedures, handbooks and employment contracts
  • Networking and onboarding of new business opportunities

Key skills and experience:

  • CIPD qualified or equivalent
  • Employee relations experience is essential
  • Good understanding and knowledge of UK employment law and its practical application
  • A sense of humour!

Hours: A minimum of 3 hours per week initially, but the flexibility to increase this in line with the needs of our clients. There is flexibility how this can be worked.

Salary: £15 – £20 per hour, dependent upon experience and project requirements

Job Type: Part-time

Salary: £15.00 to £20.00 /hour


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