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The Town of Esher in the County of Surrey

The town of Esher is located within the county of Surrey.   Esher is situated in the South East region of the UK and is governed by Elmbridge District (B) council.  Esher has a train station called Esher Rail Station (ESH).

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Train Stations in Esher

Esher Rail Station (ESH)

Churches and Places of Worship in Esher

Our Lady of Lourdes
All Saints Weston

Roman Catholic Churches in Esher

Our Lady of LourdesThames DittonKT7 0LP
Holy NameEsherKT10 9EE

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Posted: 21/01/2019

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Posted: 21/01/2019

Salary: £16000 - £17500/annum per Annum

Category: Education

1. Accountabilities:

• Promoting a positive attitude and encourage positive behaviour which welcomes children of varying backgrounds and cultural experiences

• To ensure the effective operating of the key carer system you are responsible for within the room. To communicate daily with parents with regards to their child’s progress in order to ensure their confidence and trust in the Nursery

• Contribute to your training and development plan in your progress review.

• Ensure that students are adhering to the policies and procedures at all times. Ensuring every opportunity is given for the development of that student, and that each individual is presented with a good impression of the Nursery

• To be responsible for planning and organisation of activities on an individual and group basis by participating in regular staff meetings and curriculum planning. Making reference to the Day Nursery Curriculum Policies and Procedures and in particular the Birth to Three Matters Framework and the Foundation Stage Curriculum Guidance.

• Maintain observations of children’s play, behaviour and developmental progress, to inform future planning and to support children to reach their full developmental potential.

• Assist with the devising and maintenance of suitable routines in line with the National Daycare Standards, whilst considering the needs of children as individuals and as part of a group.

• To support room leader and management team in ensuring that all Day Nursery practices, policies, procedures and curriculum planning are implemented to deliver anti-discriminatory practice, making close reference to the Day Nursery Equal Opportunity Policy and Procedure and SEN Policy and Procedure.

• To plan and deliver a standard of care and education which meets legislative requirements and allows children to develop to their full potential.

• Develop & maintain effective communication with colleagues, children, Parents/Carers, Day Nursery managers & other individuals to ensure professional standards are maintained.

• To demonstrate a flexible approach and adaptability and be willing to work in any area of the Day Nursery as requested to ensure that the service needs are met.
Adhere to and implement, with support, all policies and procedures of the setting - Day Nursery Operational Policy and Procedure, Day Nursery Staff Operational Policy and Procedure and curriculum policy and procedures.

• To ensure that parents are aware of their child’s general behaviour and initially discuss any underlying problems, referring persistent or serious problems to the Room leader / Nursery Manager. To provide a written assessment of a child’s progress on a regular basis

• Ensure the Nursery represents the company brand in a professional, caring and customer focussed manner at all times

• To follow health and safety guidelines, checking all equipment, reporting any concerns to the management team and to contribute suggestions for future improvement

• To be responsible for reporting / recording of accidents and incidents within the Nursery

1. Qualifications, Training & Experience

• The jobholder must be up to date on childcare developments and have a good working knowledge of the Children Act 1989 and Local Authority regulations for day care provision.

• The jobholder will be required to pass a police check with the registering Local Authority.

• NVQ Level 3

1. Judgement Skills

• The jobholder is responsible for the general care and safety of all children, but within the room/unit and in the Nursery as a whole, ensuring that the needs of the children are met and are age appropriate.
• The jobholder is expected to take responsibility in ensuring that developmental charts / records are kept up to date.

1. Freedom of action

• The jobholder is expected to positively challenge staff behaviour and practices, always striving to provide highest quality care
• The jobholder must be able to use own initiative and work as part of a team with appropriate supervision from the nursery management team.

1. Dimensions

A room will have between 9 and 12 children in each session and 3 or 4 staff.

2. Environment

• The Nursery core opening hours are Monday to Friday 7.30am to 6.30pm. However, an out of hour’s service between 7.00am to 7.30am and 6.30pm to 7pm also operates and staff are expected to cover these hours on a rota basis.

• A shift pattern will operate through out the nursery, which is organized at a local level by the Nursery Manager to ensure that, the correct children: staff (as set out by OFSTED) ratios are maintained at all times.

• The job is predominately based within a particular room and age group of children within the Nursery

Salary: £35000 - £48000/annum per Annum

Category: Automotive/Aerospace

As a skilled automotive technician you will encounter a wide range of vehicle-related breakdowns and you will be motivated by ensuring we continue to fix at least 4 out of 5 cars at the roadside - Your mechanical and diagnostic skills will be the key factor to ensuring we keep motorists moving.

No two days will be the same; with a variety of different faults to fix and meeting a wide diversity of people (even celebrities, as they breakdown too).

You will be the face of RAC and you will be the one who can not only fix the breakdown, but also bring a sense of relief and calmness to what can be a stressful situation.

This role is not like working in a garage, completing job card after job card without seeing the satisfaction of the customer you have just helped - you will be out there at the roadside, providing first class customer service and seeing the relief and gratitude on people`s faces when you fix the breakdown - also do not be surprised if the public want to take your photo and thank you across social media. You will become a true ambassador of the RAC.

What will you receive from us?

By joining our team you will be part of an incredible success story, one of the UK`s most trusted brands and an integral member of the core business of RAC.

Being the oldest motoring organisation we have a rich history of leading the way and that continues today with our state-of-the-art diagnostic tools, computer technology and comprehensive tool kits.

Naturally not only do you get the freedom of being out on the road, getting great satisfaction from meeting our members and repairing their vehicles, but you will also:

-Have your own RAC Service Patrol van for work

-Have no wasted time or the cost of commuting to your office (your van will be outside your front door)

-Not have to worry about buying your own tools - you will be provided with the comprehensive & advanced RAC tool kit

-Enjoy the variety of not working a standard 9-5 shift

-No daily stress about what to wear to work - you will get your own RAC Uniform (suitable for all weather conditions)

-Highly competitive basic salary with a great opportunity to earn more. Our colleagues are earning £35,000-£48,000 with our highest earning in excess of £80,000 per annum - there is no limit to what you can earn

-Receive fantastic training. Not only will you have a comprehensive induction but you will have on-going development with access to all of the latest vehicle technology

-Be provided with first class support from other RAC Service Patrol colleagues out on the road and from a team of technical experts at our Head Office

-Have access to a broad range of career progression opportunities; you could develop your career into team management, training or even into other business areas if you fancy a new career direction

-Be rewarded with additional benefits including pension, life cover, a generous holiday entitlement, breakdown cover for you and your household and also access to a comprehensive Flexible Benefits Scheme so you can tailor the benefits to suit your lifestyle.

So what are we looking for in you?

-proven experience working as a car and light vehicle mechanic

-passion for providing great service, putting customers first and going above and beyond for our members

-Full driving licence

-Qualifications including a Level 2 light vehicle maintenance qualification from IMI, NVQ or City & Guilds

-Flexibility - your shifts will include evenings and early mornings, weekends and Bank Holidays and there is the opportunity to do overtime

RAC is an equal opportunities employer and a company committed to diversity. This means that all job applicants and RAC colleagues will receive equal treatment and that we will not discriminate on grounds of gender, marital status, race, ethnic origin, colour, nationality, national origin, disability, sexual orientation, religion or age.

Disclosure Information:
The personal information we have collected from you will be shared with Cifas who will use it to prevent fraud, other unlawful or dishonest conduct, malpractice, and other seriously improper conduct. If any of these are detected you could be refused certain services or employment. Your personal information will also be used to verify your identity. Further details of how your information will be used by us and Cifas, and your data protection rights, can be obtained by contacting the recruitment team
Posted: 18/01/2019

Salary: £0 - £17.15/hour per Hour

Category: Medical/Pharmaceutical/Scientific

We are currently recruiting for a Registered Nurse to join our team in Esher.

The salary for our Registered Nurse is up to £17.15 per hour. Based on a 42 hour contract DOE

Part time, full time or flexible hours available.

Equivalent to NHS Band 5 & 6
Excellent benefits including NMC Subscription fee paid, paid breaks.

Our care centre offers a range of specialist care for young and old and specialises in the care of those with challenging behaviour and complex needs.

Registered Nurse - What you'll be doing

- The Registered Nurse will take responsibility for the well-being of our residents, including making sure their physical, emotional and social needs are met
- The Registered Nurse will lead, motivate and mentor the team and deliver clinical guidance and training to ensure the safe, smooth and efficient running of the care home
- The Registered Nurse will carry out assessments and developing, implement and evaluate individualised care plans for each of our residents
- The Registered Nurse will monitor work areas and practices to ensure they are safe and conform to relevant standards, policies and legislation
- The Registered Nurse will generally promote our residents' independence, choice, dignity and respect by delivering the very best standards of care and striving for continuous improvement

If you're a dedicated Staff Nurse with a valid NMC PIN Number and ENB998 and/or 941, consider a move to our Care Homes.

We provide expert nursing, dementia, residential and specialist care to around 18,000 people in over 300 UK homes. Our aim? To help each and every one of them to live longer, healthier and happier lives.

What you'll need

- A demonstrable passion for caring for the elderly and infirm and a flair for helping people maintain their independence and choice in homely surroundings
- A proven ability to lead, motivate and mentor a team, delegate effectively and promote excellent customer relationships
- A willingness to coach, guide and support your team on a daily basis, including providing formal and informal programmes of teaching to colleagues and other care professionals
- A genuine commitment to adhering to the NMC Codes of Conduct and expanding your professional development
- A respectful, courteous and compassionate nature and belief in giving your personal best at all times

Adult Nurse - Salary Package

- Paid breaks
- Cycle to Work Scheme
- Cash Plan discounts
- Full time, part time or flexible hours available.
- We cover the cost of your DBS Check (£44)
- Comprehensive induction and on-going training and development
- Competitive staff benefits such as weekly offers and discounts
- Hot meal provided
- Uniform provided
- Stakeholder pension and life assurance scheme available
- 20 days annual leave, plus statutory bank holidays

RGN / RMN / REGISTERED GENERAL NURSE / REGISTERED MENTAL NURSE / RN1 / RNLD / ADULT NURSE / REGISTERED NURSE ADULT / Disability / challenging behaviour / complex needs support worker

Yellow Hat UK is acting as an Employment Agency in relation to this vacancy.

Yellow Hat UK is acting as an Employment Agency in relation to this vacancy
Posted: 16/01/2019

Salary: £22500 - £35500/annum car + bonus + benefits per Annum

Category: Accounting/Financial/Insurance

Our client, one of the UK's leading names in property services, is seeking an experienced Mortgage and Protection Adviser to join their team.

Working within an estate agency environment, you will be tasked with selling mortgages and associated life assurance with access to a panel of leading mortgage lenders.

Applicants MUST be CerMAP qualified (or equivalent) and have 1+ years experience working in an advice capacity.

Key Duties:
•Selling products based on providing clients with a full advice and recommendation service
•To refer, when appropriate, clients to our Company's in house conveyancing and surveying business, and generally support all parts of the Group's business as appropriate.
•Ensure all advice is given on the basis of a full and detailed fact-find, which complies with Company standards and the requirements of the Financial Conduct Authority, ensuring that all advice given is fully documented to Company Business Advice Standards (condensed)
•Ensure management information is provided on a timely basis and as required by line management (condensed)
•To undertake any additional tasks as set from time to time by the Company
•Use effective administration and follow up systems to ensure all opportunities are maximised
•Project a professional image to the public and work colleagues (condensed)
•You will take responsibility for achieving sales from self-generated appointments.
•To be familiar with and make use of, all systems and opportunities provided in the Estate Agency office and across the business to assist in generating sales.
•Maintain the necessary knowledge and skills and to fulfil and comply with both the Company Compliance requirements and those of the Financial Conduct Authority and all other related legislation (condensed)
•You will achieve sales targets set by the Sales Manager
•Ensuring professional and productive relationships are built and maintained with the Estate Agency and Financial Services staff (condensed)
•Taking a positive lead to develop the relationship with Estate Agency staff in order to maximise Financial Services sales opportunities.
•You will maintain competence in the role through participation in all remedial, refresher and development training. Maintain records of all training and development activities to Company standards.

Experience & Qualifications Required:

•Minimum 5 GCSE's Grade C or above including Math's and English (or equivalent)
•CEMAP 1,2,3 Qualification and product knowledge prior to advising clients
•Full mortgage qualification and competent status achieved within 2 years of entering Financial Services sales role
•An understanding of the Company's Training and Competence Scheme
•Able to demonstrate a high degree of personal integrity and honesty i.e. no adverse references from previous employers, no CCJ's or other financial problems
•Professional image portraying confidence, organised individual, able to make things happen smoothly
•Tenacious, proactive individual, able to work without close supervision, but as part of a team
•A target driven and results orientated individual

On offer is a salary commensurate with experience and excellent benefits package. This includes a company car and uncapped commission scheme

Salary: £25000 - £65000/annum per Annum

Category: Accounting/Financial/Insurance

Mortgage Adviser / Mortgage Broker and Protection Adviser - employed or self employed

Salary will be £25,000 - £65,000 OTE per annum depending on experience pro rata

We are a successful Directly Authorised whole of market Mortgage & Protection Brokers and due to our expansion and growth, an opportunity has arisen for professional and ambitious Mortgage and Protection Advisers to join our existing team

We are seeking ambitious, conscientious team players with excellent customer service to work either on an employed or self employed basis.

If you are looking for an employed role, we will pay a basic salary plus commission. You would be based from our offices

If you are looking for a self employed role, retainer can be paid for the first 3-6 months and we offer generous rates of commission. You can also be based from you home after reaching CAS status.

The Role:

- Provide high quality mortgage advice and explain different types of mortgages available from the whole of the market to the client
- Advising and arranging life protection for clients from the whole of the market
- Follow a structured compliance sales process from initial meeting to completion
- Ensure all regulatory documentation completed within the required time scales and meet the quality standards set
- Keep up to date with monthly CPD in line with FCA requirements and attend the in house quarterly compliance visits

The person:

- You will need to have a minimum of 6 months successful experience as a Mortgage and Protection Adviser
- You must hold the CeMAP (or equivalent) qualification
- You must be able to build strong relationships with our clients, understand their circumstances and requirements, recommending products accordingly
- Confident, numerate, IT proficient and professional individual who enjoys using their initiative and who has a 'can do' working style
- Excellent communication skills and highly organised
- Excellent computer and data entry skills
- Excellent Customer Service
- Conscientious

Full training will be given on our internal computer systems.

Unfortunately due to the volume of applications we receive, if Copperfield Recruitment Ltd has not contacted you within five days of your application then please assume you have been unsuccessful on this occasion.
Please note that by applying for this vacancy you accept Copperfield Recruitment Ltd’s Privacy Policy and GDPR Policy which can be found at our website and therefore give us consent to contact you.

Copperfield Recruitment Ltd are acting as a recruitment agency in relation to this vacancy and are an equal opportunities employer
Posted: 15/01/2019

Salary: £7.83 - £9.36/hour per Hour

Posted: 15/01/2019

Salary: £10 - £12/hour pension, bonus, training per Hour

Posted: 15/01/2019

Salary: £55000 - £65000/annum Good benefits package per Annum

Category: Engineering

We have a wonderful job opportunity to join a well-respected civil engineering business, with strong order book of prestigious projects in and around London.

With varied civil engineering works, you can expect to get involved in engineering, construction, demolition, decommissioning, remediation, rail, environmental services and reinforced concrete structure work.

Experience sought

An experienced Planner, able to work independently and manage a project programmes from start to finish. This will include the ability to put together tenders, project plan, and see the programme through to completion.

* Experienced Planner with demolition and civil engineering site experience.

* This position combines planning and engineering knowledge, working within the pre-construction department. Primarily the position will be in the tendering of new projects, but also extends to planning and monitoring input on projects at both budget, tender and on site (visiting) stages of projects.

* Having worked for main contractors, for at least 5-6 years, and not have moved jobs often.

* Good communication skills and an outgoing approach. This is a client facing role.

* Experience of the UK / London market is essential.

Additional job requirements

* On site progress recording and ongoing management of contract programmes

* Formation of progress reports, look ahead and target programmes

* Bid development and production of submission documents.

* Presentations and client interviews.

* Development of phasing plans and construction sequences.

* Provision of pre-construction services / advise as part of client team

* Experience of Asta Powerproject is required, and use of Primavera P6 planning package would be beneficial

* Use of full Microsoft office suite required


* This job will be based in Surrey, with site visits as required within London and the South of England.


Flexible, but circa £55-65k salary, + benefits package.

To Apply

Apply now for further details and immediate consideration. Construction Futures are an equality and diversity recruitment agent and employer. Services advertised by Construction Futures are that of an Employment Agency/Business
Posted: 14/01/2019

Salary: £0 - £18.24/hour per Hour

Category: Medical/Pharmaceutical/Scientific

We are recruiting a Unit Lead / Senior Nurse for our Care home in Esher.

The salary for our Unit Lead / Senior Nurse is up to £18.24 per hour DOE

The Unit Lead / Senior Nurse role

Whether you’re in charge of a unit or a floor the day-to-day lives of your residents will be shaped by your care and dedication. You’ll lead your team to ensure that everything we do provides the absolute highest quality of service – not to mention developing the kind of deep relationships that make residents’ lives longer, healthier and happier. The Unit Lead / Senior Nurse and team will do that first of all by caring for each person’s well-being – assessing their physical, mental and social needs, and maintaining impeccably accurate records on every individual. It’s not just about the hard facts though: it’s about understanding them and their families inside and out; taking the time to know them and care for them as people – their stories, their passions, their backgrounds. As well as building personal relationships with the residents and the people they care about, you’ll also care about the home itself and about fostering a sense of community. The Unit Lead / Senior Nurse will create and develop strong links with local professional bodies, raising the care home’s profile in the community. You’ll go above and beyond – sometimes covering outside of normal hours too – to make sure that our home is everything it can be, for residents and staff alike.

Who we’re looking for

Our Unit Lead / Senior Nurse will need to be a level one Registered Nurse – but we’re looking for more than just qualifications on paper. We want someone who cares about the same things the residents do: their independence, their choice, and their sense of dignity. You value their quality of life, their sense of spirit, and you care about making every day special for them, whatever comes your way. Our Unit Manager must radiate commitment and a passion for care – and because of that, our Unit Lead / Senior Nurse must form relationships of deep trust and understanding with residents and their families.

Who we’re looking for

Our Unit Lead / Senior Nurse will need to be a level one Registered Nurse – but we’re looking for more than just qualifications on paper. We want someone who cares about the same things the residents do: their independence, their choice, and their sense of dignity. You value their quality of life, their sense of spirit, and you care about making every day special for them, whatever comes your way. Our Unit Lead / Senior Nurse must radiate commitment and a passion for care – and because of that, our Unit Lead / Senior Nurse must form relationships of deep trust and understanding with residents and their families.

Suitable for RNLD's, RMN's or RGN's in this Challenging Behavior Unit

What’s in it for you?

A competitive salary and benefits, equivalent to NHS band 6 that include:


* Paid breaks included
* A starting salary reflective of your skills and experience, with the chance to increase as you train and develop
* Our ‘Smile Everyday’ health and wellbeing package
* 28 days annual leave (pro-rata), including bank holidays
* Excellent pension and life assurance scheme
* Interest free travel ticket loans
* Free uniform
* Comprehensive induction, on-going training and development to widen your career prospects


Yellow Hat UK is acting as an Employment Agency in relation to this vacancy.

Yellow Hat UK is acting as an Employment Agency in relation to this vacancy