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The Town of Congleton in the County of Cheshire

The town of Congleton is located on the border of Cheshire and Staffordshire.   Congleton is situated in the North West region of the UK and is governed by Cheshire East (B) council.  Congleton has a train station called Congleton Rail Station (CNG).

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Map of the town of Congleton in Cheshire

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List of Streets in Congleton

Train Stations in Congleton

Congleton Rail Station (CNG)

Churches and Places of Worship in Congleton

Parish Church of St John the Evangelist
United Reformed Church

Roman Catholic Churches in Congleton

St MaryCongletonCW12 4ES

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Salary: £16 - £16.50/hour per Hour

Category: Medical/Pharmaceutical/Scientific

Night Manager / Clinical Nurse Specialist (NIGHTS)
£16 an hour

Wells-Brooks Associates are working in partnership with an outstanding care provider who urgently seek an experienced Senior Registered Nurse to join their amazing team in their beautiful care home in Congleton.

About the role:
Reporting to the Deputy Manager, you will work with a team of dedicated Nurses and Care Assistants, assisting them to achieve our high standards of care and clinical excellence. Through regular staff supervision, you will help develop the clinical expertise of the care team and will provide specialist clinical advice to support them. You will be assessing prospective residents, understanding their individual needs to enable effective care planning, and delivery of that care, from admission. You will be responsible for regular medication reviews, ensuring records are accurate and that all relevant documentation is always up to date. An open communication style is essential in this role along with the ability to implement action plans for improvement, and to reinforce our reputation within the local community for the delivery of excellent care.

About you:
This is an ideal opportunity for a senior Registered Nurse with robust clinical experience, wanting to take the next step in their career in clinical management.

Applicants will need to have relevant, demonstrable experience and must be highly motivated with strong leadership capabilities. Excellent oral and written communication skills are essential as you will need to impart complex information to residents, their families and care staff with different levels of understanding. Professional in both approach and appearance, we are looking for individuals with a genuine warm and friendly manner, who can multi-task where necessary whilst remaining enthusiastic in their approach. Capable of working under your own initiative, you will be IT literate with a working knowledge of MS Office and you must be able to pay attention to the details. You will also be available to work shifts, including some weekends.

Successful appointments are subject to satisfactory references and a DBS check. Candidates must have a valid NMC Pin Number and be authorised to work in the EU. A clean driver’s licence and your own transport are also essential.

To ensure our staff can provide the highest possible standards of care, we provide a comprehensive induction programme as well as on-going training and development. Relevant courses, such as moving and handling, infection control, fire training and food hygiene, ensure all our employees continually update their skills and knowledge.

Wells-Brooks Associates are a specialist healthcare consultancy working in partnership with the NHS, private hospitals and luxury care homes, if you or someone you know is looking for an amazing nursing career then do not hesitate to contact Lara or Marie on the Nursing team
Posted: 19/10/2018

Salary: £12.02/hour per Hour

Category: Other

Rullion Limited are recruiting on behalf of our client for a Process Operator, to work for a large Utilities client based in the Congleton/Biddulph area.

The purpose of this role is to be responsible for the delivery of identified operational tasks for all Wastewater Treatment Assets over a designated asset base, to support the achievement of regulatory, financial, customer and key business performance targets. You will ensure that all assets are operated to efficiently meet all regulatory compliance, health and safety and Customer Service standards. To include sampling, taking readings, analysing, cleaning UWWTD, MCERTS.


•Reporting to the Production Manager you will be part of a team of up to 25 people. You will be responsible for required operational and maintenance activities on site.

•You will be required to undertake operational activities on a variety of Wastewater Treatment Processes.
•Ensure compliance with Environmental Regulations and key business performance targets.

•The nature of this activity will be physically demanding and will require you to be flexible in your approach with a mixture of proactive and reactive work orders.

Knowledge and Skills

•You will need to be able to demonstrate knowledge of the Wastewater assets and processes and be comfortable in an operational environment as well as having:
•An understanding of the environmental output standards and procedures.
•Computer skills giving you the ability to carry out reporting and other information recording activities across a variety of platforms.
•You will be expected to achieve an NVQ2 or equivalent qualification.

Desirable Criteria
•Experience of working on a Wastewater Treatment Works

Rullion celebrates and supports diversity and is committed to ensuring equal opportunities for both employees and applicants
Posted: 19/10/2018

Salary: per

Posted: 18/10/2018

Salary: £34000 - £37000/annum per Annum

Category: Retail/Purchasing

Store Manager / Retail Manager

£34,000 + £37,000

Bonus, Benefits & exciting prospects

Location: Congleton, Cheshire

Store Manager superstar required!

My client is without doubt the market leader within their sector within Retail – their business has seen superb growth on growth for the past 5 years and due to the continued success they are looking to recruit an experienced store manager who is passionate about working in a fast paced environment.

To be successful in this role you must have the passion, energy and drive to deliver outstanding customer service and uphold their current core values, you must also ensure that the customer walks away with exactly what they want.

It is of key importance that you have solid management experience and have worked in an environment that has the customer as its core value, we expect our new management staff to have a pro active approach to selling and expect all our team to approach or customers and assist them with their shopping experience.

A good understanding of process and procedure, shrink and loss, driving sales, commerciality, marketing and standards within store is helpful.

You will ideally have experience of working as an Store Manager in an out of town retail park environment though some of our most successful Store Manager recruits have come from Electrical, Mobile Phones and other Non Food retail backgrounds, ideally you will have managed teams of up 15 to 35 staff and worked in stores with an annual turnover between £1million to £10 million.

In return, you will receive a generous basic salary, excellent benefits package and massive development opportunities to progress to field management.

This is an exciting time to join this progressive retailer with exceptional career prospects for the right candidate, please email or get in touch today. Interviews are next week and would love to hear from you

Salary: £18000 - £25000/annum per Annum

Salary: £25 - £30/hour per Hour

Posted: 18/10/2018

Salary: £8/hour per Hour

Category: Accounting/Financial/Insurance

Job Title: Finance Assistant (Temp)

Location: Congleton

Contract: Cheshire

Reporting to: Management Accountant

Key Purpose: To assist in the process, prepare, and assist in the analysis of management accounting information.

Role Specification

Specific Accountabilities:

* Production of the daily record sheets for all direct work
* Assist in the preparation of the journal to post costs on a weekly basis
* Assist the Commercial team when workload dictates

General Responsibilities:

* To assist the Management Accountant with recording of the daily record sheets
* Working closely with Fleet Co-ordinator to ensure costs recorded in a timely manner.
* Analysis of the Fleet and plant costs
* Ensure all GRNs are completed in a timely manner
* Development of utilisation reports with the Management accountant
* Ad hoc reporting.

Person Specification

Core Competencies:

* Experience in a Finance role
* Advanced level Microsoft Excel skills
* Demonstrated knowledge of accounting principles and processes
* Effective time management and prioritisation skills to ensure deadlines are met
* Proficient in the use of Microsoft Office applications, Word, Excel, Outlook etc.


* Experience in an office environment
* Experience in the use of Microsoft Office applications

Randstad CPE values diversity and promotes equality. No terminology in this advert is intended to discriminate against any of the protected characteristics that fall under the Equality Act 2010. We encourage and welcome applications from all sections of society and are more than happy to discuss reasonable adjustments and/or additional arrangements as required to support your application.

Candidates must be eligible to live and work in the UK.

For the purposes of the Conduct Regulations 2003, when advertising permanent vacancies we are acting as an Employment Agency, and when advertising temporary/contract vacancies we are acting as an Employment Business
Posted: 17/10/2018

Salary: £38000 - £40000/annum Generous Bonus Scheme per Annum

Salary: £27000 - £28000/annum per Annum

Category: Manufacturing/Surveying

Roevin Engineering, part of Adecco Group, is delighted to be working on behalf of a global leader who is renowned for creating ground-breaking technologies across various sectors.

This exciting role as Diagnostic Specialist is based at the client's world class manufacturing facility in Congleton and are looking for a highly motivated and reliable candidate to fit into a fast paced and innovative production environment. As a Diagnostic Specialist you will be reporting to the Repair Team Leader.

Role Overview:
The key element of this role is to deliver World Class Diagnostic and repair services for Variable Speed Drives and associated products underpinning our Zero Defect Quality Culture.

As part of Manufacturing Engineering’s fast-paced and dynamic environment, the successful candidate's primary focus is on the factory, providing excellent and timely diagnosis of product failures allowing root cause actions to be undertaken helping to drive on-going productivity improvements for the business. As Diagnostic Specialist, it would be expected to support and inspire the manufacturing teams that deliver outstanding products for their customers.

Job Description:
- Strip down and re-build of high power electronic variable speed drive products ensuring high quality build processes are maintained.
- Root cause diagnosis of drive defects using bench test and measurement instrumentation.
- Repair and reporting of defects and defect trends. Follow up of root cause investigations working with R&D, Quality and manufacturing teams to prevent further re-occurrence and improve the factory’s productivity.
- Improvement and development of the tools and methods used to diagnose and repair products.
- Coaching and passing on knowledge and skills to fellow team members.

The role will be initially based on 7.5 hour day shift, but may progress to a two shift early/late alternating pattern (with additional shift rate) in the future as volumes increase. Occasional flexible working outside normal hours may be required to support production needs.

- HNC or Degree in Electrical/Electronic Engineering or similar discipline.
- Good working knowledge of analogue and digital electronic circuitry.
- Good knowledge of power electronics function test principles and practices.
- Experience of diagnosis and fault finding on power electronics assemblies down to component level.

- Self motivated, with a passion for continuous improvement.
- Must be able to manage demands simultaneously and prioritise work to meet production requirements.
- Have excellent communication and organisational skills.
- A friendly, approachable individual, with good team working skills.
- Calm, logical, methodical approach to problem solving.

If this exciting role sounds like the perfect role and you tick all the boxes then please don't hesitate to contact Roevin (Sophia - (Apply online only))or alternatively apply.

Roevin acts as an employment agency for permanent recruitment and an employment business for the supply of temporary workers. Roevin UK is an Equal Opportunities Employer.

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Posted: 15/10/2018

Salary: £35000 - £40000/annum per Annum

Category: Construction

Assistant Site Manager

£35,000 - £40,000



The Company:

We are currently searching for an experienced Assistant Site Manager, for our client a highly successful housing developer that has experienced steady growth and has established themselves as a leading name in the Residential market. Their projects are all based in the Congleton area, making this a great opportunity for an individual in the area looking for a local opportunity. We are looking for a passionate individual with a strong track record in delivering exceptional projects on time and on budget.

Role duties:

* Reporting to our client's Site Manager, your responsibilities will include but not be limited to;
* Ensure that the programme deadlines are achieved
* Assist the contractors and subcontractors to ensure they have a full understanding of the required program dates
* Ensure that all building operations are carried out in line with current health and safety standards and that all method statements and risk assessments have been reviewed and checklists completed
* Conduct and monitor tool box meetings, health & safety training, including site inductions and site training are conducted as necessary
* Ensure that all works are carried out to the highest standards of quality
* Assess the quality of work at all stages

To be successful in the role you will possess the following skills and attributes:

* CSCS Card
* First Aid
* Have excellent communication and problem solving skills
* Must be computer literate


If you feel that you have the relevant experience to be successful in this position and would like to find out more please apply online today attaching a copy of your current CV.

Due to the vast amount of applications that we receive, it is not possible for us to contact all applicants; therefore only suitable candidates will be contacted. If you do not hear anything back within 7 days of submitting your application, you have unfortunately not been selected.

Linsco are an Equal Opportunities employer. All applications will be dealt with in the strictest confidence.

Linsco is acting as an Employment Agency in relation to this vacancy