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HR Administrator

  • Evenwood
  • £22,000-£24,000
  • Full time

Clover HR are recruiting on behalf of our client, Fablink who are looking for a HR Administrator based in Evenwood, County Durham. Due to increase workload, we are looking for someone on a 12 month, fixed term contract to start as soon as possible. Reporting to the Head of Human Resources, we are looking for […]

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HR Administrator Apply for Position

  • Evenwood
  • £22,000-£24,000
  • Full time

Clover HR are recruiting on behalf of our client, Fablink who are looking for a HR Administrator based in Evenwood, County Durham. Due to increase workload, we are looking for someone on a 12 month, fixed term contract to start as soon as possible.

Reporting to the Head of Human Resources, we are looking for someone who has a strong administrator background with experience in or the interest in Human Resources.

The role

The successful candidate will support the Head of HR & Health & Safety to deliver a function that supports Fablink’s overall strategic aims and objectives. The HR Administrator is an integral part of the Operations team and will provide guidance and support to managers and staff across the full range of HR and Health & Safety work.

Main duties

– To ensure consistency of all employee files and documents

– Administer the processing of new employees and leavers

– Maintain accurate personnel and H&S files, documentary and electronic versions, including spreadsheets and databases, ensuring compliance with the GDPR

– Scanning, Filing and archiving

– Assistance in taking minutes during investigations and meetings

– Managing the H&S database

– Create and distribute HR & H&S communications

– Carry out all other duties requested by the Head of HR and Head of H&S as and when required.

– Ensure that all HR and H&S matters are dealt with in an appropriate, fair, professional and confidential manner

– Help deliver and improve a positive health and safety culture awareness by maintaining accurate records of health and safety check sheets and producing statistics/ suggestions for improvement

To be successful, you will

– Strong administration skills

– Familiarity with business software such as Microsoft Office (in particular Excel)

– A high level of confidentiality

– Excellent interpersonal and customer-facing skills

– Strong communication skills, both written and verbal

– The flexibility and willingness to learn

– To enjoy working with people

– Tact and diplomacy

Good administrative skills

The ability to work as part of a team

The ability to work accurately, with attention to detail

If successful, you will receive

– £ competitive salary

– 37 hour working week, Mon – Thurs 8.30am – 4.30pm and Fri 8.30am – 1pm

To be considered for this role

Should you wish to be considered, please apply prior to 28th April so we can make sure your application is considered.

General Manager – Bar and Catering

  • Stratford-upon-Avon
  • £38,000
  • Full Time

Clover HR are recruiting on behalf Stratford-upon-Avon Sports Club who is looking for a General Manager for the Bar and Catering department based in Stratford-upon-Avon. Due to changes and improvement opportunities within the business since Covid19, we are seeking someone who can take hold and lead the Bar and Catering department, recruiting your own team, […]

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General Manager – Bar and Catering Apply for Position

  • Stratford-upon-Avon
  • £38,000
  • Full Time

Clover HR are recruiting on behalf Stratford-upon-Avon Sports Club who is looking for a General Manager for the Bar and Catering department based in Stratford-upon-Avon.

Due to changes and improvement opportunities within the business since Covid19, we are seeking someone who can take hold and lead the Bar and Catering department, recruiting your own team, working alongside the Director of Operations.

We are looking for someone ideally from a sporting management environment or of similar atmosphere, who is passionate about sports and a dedicated General Manager to take hold of the role.

The role

The General Managers role is to provide best-in-class hospitality, ensuring that standards are maintained, financial targets are achieved and that customer expectations are met. Key to this is creating and maintaining an environment for the development and growth of the team, leading to high performing, highly trained and happy staff.

Main duties

– Developing a high performing and motivated team

– Responsible for the successful management of the entire operation including, kitchen, restaurant, bar, function rooms, events, and stunning outside areas to name a few

– Strong planning, forecasting and financial acumen skills are must haves

– Ensure all compliance standards are maintained and that you deliver a safe and legally compliant venue

– Ensure that areas of hospitality are delivered upon and that our members and visitors are provided with exceptional service

– To always exceed expectations and provide best in class hospitality

– Continuous growth and progression of your team, developing the future leaders of our business

To be successful, you will have;

– Proven experience in a high-end busy restaurant / bar environment at a similar level

– Previous experience of budgets, recruitment, stock control, ordering & team management

– Ability to manage a multifaceted, multifarious business where no two days are the same

– Ability to work at pace without compromising on standards

– A keen eye for fine attention to detail, high standards and be quality driven

– Excellent organisational & communication skills

– Able to work on your own whilst still contributing to the wider operational team

– A ‘Can Do’ attitude

– A hands-on approach and leadership by example

– A passion for sport, health and wellbeing

If successful, you will receive;

– Up to £38,000 per annum

– Bonus opportunities

– 28 days holiday per year

– 37.5 hours per week, evening and weekends

– Pension contributions

To be considered for this role

Should you wish to be considered, click ‘apply now’ prior to 7th May 2021 so we can make sure your application is considered.

Job Types: Full-time, Permanent

Salary: Up to £38,000.00 per year

Additional pay:

– Bonus scheme

Schedule:

– Day shift

– Weekends

Experience:

– Bar management: 2 years (preferred)

– Events management: 2 years (preferred)

Work remotely:

– No

COVID-19 precaution(s):

 – Remote interview process

Outreach and Development Facilitator

  • Liverpool
  • £25,000 to £30,000
  • Part Time

We’re recruiting! Job Opportunity at Comhaltas in Britain for Part Time Outreach and Development Facilitator. Comhaltas in Britain is a charity that is dedicated to the promotion of Traditional Irish culture, education, heritage and welfare, through music, song, dance, language and friendship across Britain. Comhaltas in Britain is part of the worldwide Comhaltas movement. Comhaltas […]

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Outreach and Development Facilitator Apply for Position

  • Liverpool
  • £25,000 to £30,000
  • Part Time

We’re recruiting! Job Opportunity at Comhaltas in Britain for Part Time Outreach and Development Facilitator.

Comhaltas in Britain is a charity that is dedicated to the promotion of Traditional Irish culture, education, heritage and welfare, through music, song, dance, language and friendship across Britain.

Comhaltas in Britain is part of the worldwide Comhaltas movement. Comhaltas Ceoltóirí Éireann is the largest worldwide organisation devoted to the promotion and preservation of Irish Traditional Music, Song, and Dance & Language since 1951.

In Britain there are 25 branches across four regions that are spread throughout the country, each with its own story and dynamic interpretation of Irish Culture. Comhaltas in Britain have been accredited by Investors in People in spring 2020 and as part of their review process we will be subject to annual reviews and the initial accreditation period is for 3 years – running until spring 2023.

Part funded by the Irish Abroad Unit, at the Irish Department for Foreign Affairs and Trade, we are now seeking to appoint a part time Outreach and Development Facilitator to join a dynamic team of volunteers and employees, who has a combination of initiative, rigour and excellent communication/fundraising skills. This role needs a hard-working, highly efficient, experienced individual who has gained credible experience of project work and fundraising and has a demonstrated track record of delivering results and achievement in this area.

As a Development and Outreach Facilitator, you will aim to increase the capacity of individuals and groups by building relationships and exploring new opportunities from various sources

You will need to be able to network, since success in the role depends heavily on being able to forge positive relationships with supporters. Another area of your role will be to raise awareness of the charity’s work, aims and goals and promote our health and wellbeing programme.

You will also ideally, be able to demonstrate great leadership qualities as you will be building, developing and empowering a volunteer team.

This role offers a fantastic opportunity for a self-motivated individual to join our caring organisation at a really exciting time of radical change in the way we think about the promotion of Traditional Irish culture.

Terms and Conditions of Employment

The Development and Outreach Facilitator contract is for 6 months, part time hours 18.75 per week, Salary will be offered in the range of £25,000 to £30,000 depending upon experience and will be pro rata to 18.75 contracted hours per week.

However, the nature of the role requires flexibility and a willingness to work outside of normal office hours. Time off in lieu will operate on an agreed basis. There are 20 pro rata annual leave days excluding Public Holidays.

The role is based regionally in Britain, you will be working flexibly across the locations that Comhaltas is active across, and visits to stakeholders throughout the country and abroad, if required.

DBS Disclosures/Disclosure Scotland.

This post is subject to DBS or Disclosure Scotland Vetting and there being no disclosure of convictions which Comhaltas in Britain considers would render the candidate unsuitable to work with children/vulnerable adults. This vetting process will commence on appointment.

Have a look at the job description and person specification attached and see if we fit the bill for the sort of role you are looking for and that you can demonstrate examples from your past experience which highlights that you have the skills, experience and desire for this role then please send us your CV with a covering letter telling us how you fit the requirements for the role.

Application Process
The closing date for applications is 21st April 2021.

Comhaltas in Britain Policy & Priorities and other general information about the organisation is available upon request. Interested applicants are advised to contact us.

Please forward your CV and covering letter in strict confidence to Louise Rance at Clover HR
Email: louise@cloverhr.co.uk

No agencies please

Interview Dates and Selection Methods
initial short-listing of candidates will be on the basis of the information contained in their CV and covering letter. Candidates who are short-listed will be invited to attend for an interview to be held on either 19th or 20th April 2021.

Application Guidance

– The job description describes the principal purpose and main elements of the job. It is a guide to the nature and key responsibilities of the job, but it is not intended as a wholly comprehensive or permanent description.

– Applications can be made by email.

– In the event that a large number of candidates will meet minimum eligibility requirements for the role, Comhaltas in Britain may decide to invite a smaller number to interview. This is not to suggest that other candidates are necessarily unsuitable or incapable of undertaking the job, rather that there are some candidates who are, prima facie, better qualified and/or have more relevant experience.

– The onus is on short listed applicants to make themselves available on the date(s) specified by Comhaltas in Britain.

– Comhaltas in Britain is an Equal Opportunities Employer and is committed to the legislation governing the equality of opportunity

React Native Developer

  • Birmingham
  • £50,000-£65,000
  • Full time

  WHO WE ARE uTrack is a young innovative dynamic Company that has grown fast in a short time. With clients encompassing top 100 FTSE Companies across Ireland, UK, Europe and the USA, we are looking to find like-minded people to join our expanding and award-winning team. At uTrack, we have one core vision: to […]

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React Native Developer Apply for Position

  • Birmingham
  • £50,000-£65,000
  • Full time

 

WHO WE ARE

uTrack is a young innovative dynamic Company that has grown fast in a short time. With clients encompassing top 100 FTSE Companies across Ireland, UK, Europe and the USA, we are looking to find like-minded people to join our expanding and award-winning team. At uTrack, we have one core vision: to create a platform that elevates a passenger’s experience of using public transport, while allowing our clients to use real-time business intelligence data to transform their businesses.

WHAT WE LOOK FOR

We are continuing to grow and so is the demand for our services, and we’re now looking to bring an experienced React Native Developer as a new addition to our team in Birmingham.

The successful candidate will be part of our technology and development team, primarily working on our new product line, with opportunities to work on standalone projects. Our client-side technology drives mobile apps as well as our React.js web apps.

Expect to collaborate closely with product, design, QA and backend teams in a SCRUM format, to build new features, drive technical direction, and build scalable web technology targeting the most modern devices.

Coming into a company where almost everyone has a technical background, from the CEO, through to Product and Project managers, there is ample opportunity to work through technical ideas and challenges, and have them, not only listened to, but engaged with and developed.

We would be interested in hearing from people within UK and beyond who can travel to/ work from our central Birmingham office.

WHAT YOU WILL BE DOING

Your primary workload will be to lead the development of our “Unity” product, which is focused on engagement and communication between drivers and their managers, continuing with visualising all kinds of interesting data about a large-scale public transport service, including the key performance metrics of vehicles and drivers. An important aspect of this product is the development of impressive graphs, dashboards, visualisations etc. of driver safety and performance metrics. You will work closely with everyone in the Unity team, including Ruby, React.js, QA specialists and report into the Unity Technical Product Manager.

It is important to note that having experience and being comfortable with working alongside remote teams is paramount for this role.

SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE

– Experience with React Native is paramount

– Experience building rich data-driven web applications, consuming information from APIs and dynamically filtering data sources

– Computer Science fundamentals in object-oriented design, data structures, algorithm design, problem solving, and complexity analysis

– Experience working with visual designers in the complete product development lifecycle of successfully launched applications

– Experience with modern web technologies and techniques such as HTML5, CSS3, ES6, CSS pre-processors (SASS, Less, Stylus), JavaScript, build tools like Browserify, WebPack, Grunt, Gulp

– Experience with Node.js and the NPM package ecosystem

– The ability to rapidly prototype ideas into working code to assist in the design process

– Experience writing a JavaScript library, either individually or as part of a team

– Strong debugging and diagnostic skills

– An understanding of unit tests and regression testing

– Experience shipping large scale web applications

DESIRABLE

– Experience with React.js

– Knowledge and working experience with Heroku or AWS for web app deployment

– WebGL experience

– Working knowledge of tools like Gulp, Grunt, Express, Tape, Sinon, and Chai

– Familiarity with geographic information systems • Experience working with Continuous Integration and Continuous Deployment workflows

– Working familiarity with backend technology like Ruby, Python or PHP-

– A desire to learn new things!

– If we think you’re a potential fit, we will arrange an HR telephone interview, if all goes well, you’ll be further tested on your technical abilities through a technical test involving the development of a small prototype application; going from sample API data to generating a dynamic UI in React native.

GET IN TOUCH

We’re a diverse bunch and come from all over the world – Lithuania, Bulgaria, Serbia, Romania, Venezuela, Ireland, UK so candidates from all backgrounds are welcome. We don’t need help from recruitment agencies at this point, but if we get stuck, we’ll let you know.

Senior Helpdesk Analyst

  • Birmingham
  • Competitive depending on experience
  • Full time

WHO WE ARE uTrack are a young innovative dynamic Company that have grown fast in a short time. With clients ranging from top100 FTSE Companies across Ireland, UK, Europe and the USA we are looking to find like-minded people to join our expanding and award-winning team that has one core vision. To create a platform […]

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Senior Helpdesk Analyst Apply for Position

  • Birmingham
  • Competitive depending on experience
  • Full time

WHO WE ARE

uTrack are a young innovative dynamic Company that have grown fast in a short time. With clients ranging from top100 FTSE Companies across Ireland, UK, Europe and the USA we are looking to find like-minded people to join our expanding and award-winning team that has one core vision. To create a platform that elevates a passengers’ experience of using public transport, while allowing our clients to use real time business intelligence data to transform their business.

WHAT WE LOOK FOR

Due to an increase in demand for our services, uTrack are now looking for a Senior Helpdesk Analyst.

We have several new interesting projects booked and anticipate busy times ahead. This role will focus on working with the Technical Support Team assisting our clients and maintaining our excellent relationship with them.

WHAT YOU’LL BE DOING

Working with the technical support team, you will be providing first class support to our clients by triaging tickets in our help desk software solution and working closely with others to resolve those tickets in a timely manner.

You will also be responsible for supporting internal members of staff with any technical issues they experience using our cloud systems.

Our products process hundred of thousands of data every day. It’s imperative that the data we analyse is correct and any issues are identified and addressed as quickly as possible.

A average day in uTrack support may include:

– Triaging tickets based on priority and attempting to resolve any requests to the best of your ability.

– Liaising with the development team when required to submit and detail bugs, with an aim to advance your technical knowledge of our many products over time.

– Traverse our client’s backend databases and API endpoints to compare and locate data.

– Maintain our internal and client documentation to facilitate self-service.

– Join in and host the ad-hoc client service reviews with the rest of the support team, taking notes to further the client relationships.

– Work occasionally on an on-call subsidised rota.

SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE

– At least 3 years experience in a technical customer facing role.

– Fundamental understanding of databases and SQL (searching for data and constructing queries).

– Experience with CSV/XLSX files and confidence in filtering data.

– Understanding of REST/SOAP APIs (consuming and constructing requests).

– Experience supporting software/web applications.

– Experience with Microsoft Azure AD/Office 365.

– Comfortable working within both the Windows and Linux terminals (executing commands, traversing directories and finding files).

– Fundamental understanding of front-end script languages (JavaScript).

– Solid understanding of IT infrastructure.

– This is a great opportunity for someone who has the desire to progress within a team that will be growing exponentially over the next year.

BENEFITS

UTrack offer a competitive salary in line with experience, a generous healthcare and pension plan, Udemy subscription, annual performance bonus, gym membership and flexible working arrangements to all our employees.

If we think you’re a potential fit, we would love to hear from you.

To apply please email your CV to charlotte@cloverhr.co.uk

 

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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