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The Town of Horley in the County of Surrey

The town of Horley is located on the border of Surrey and West Sussex.   Horley is situated in the South East region of the UK and is governed by Reigate and Banstead District (B) council.  Horley has 2 train stations called Horley Rail Station (HOR) and Gatwick Airport Rail Station (GTW).

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Gatwick Airport Rail Station (GTW)

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Posted: 18/01/2019

Salary: £7.98 - £8.50/hour per Hour

Posted: 17/01/2019

Salary: £21000 - £24000/annum EXCELLENT BENEFITS per Annum

Category: Catering

NIGHT MANAGER

SURREY

UP TO £24,000 + GREAT BENEFITS

THE OPPORTUNITY:

We are exclusively recruiting on behalf of an amazing Hotel, located in Horley, that is seeking an experienced Night Manager to join the team.

The Night Manager needs to ensure the smooth and efficient running of the hotel to the satisfaction of all guests needs and that the night audit is completed to fulfil all audit and statistical information requirements for the hotel.

The Night Manager ensures the safety of the hotel guests and hotel and to provide services for hotel guests. Promotes the desired work culture. This is the perfect opportunity for a career driven individual.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

* Effectively and efficiently manage the operation of Nights.
* Be conversant with all front office systems of operation – Opera, Delphi micros etc
* Develop the night team and actively coach on customer care skills, department procedures etc.
* Carry out on the job training.
* Ensure that the handover procedures are followed in the transferring of all relevant information daily.
* Ensure a minimum of 2 safety checks at regular intervals with specific emphasis on safety, fire and health and safety.
* Check hotel guests in and out, assist with luggage when required.
* To serve food and liquor to company standards and be aware of Licensing Laws and Basic Food Hygiene.
* Ensure all team members have a sound knowledge of the local area regarding history, places of interest and events.
* Ensure early morning calls are actioned at the time specified and to the standards laid down.
* Service is given to the rooms when required.
* Ensure all cleaning of areas as dictated via the Operations Manager / Housekeeping Manager, removal of all trays from public areas, bedroom corridors as necessary.
* Establish a friendly and helpful attitude to all guests and staff.
* To show willingness to take on additional responsibilities when necessary.
* Recruit all new staff using the competency based interviewing procedure
* Responsible for the training and development of all new starters
* Ensure all new starters attend company orientation within four weeks of starting employment
* Carry out performance reviews as per the company performance management procedure.
* Be fully conversant with Interstate Hotels and Resorts disciplinary procedures and other relevant Human Resource Practices – Sickness and Absence.

THE PERSON:

Hotel Night Manager Experience or Serviced Apartments industry

* Follow the hotel rules and regulations and provisions contained in the employment handbook.
* Actively participate in training and development programmes Comply with hotel rules and regulations and provisions contained in the employment handbook.
* Actively participate in training and development programmes and maximise opportunities for self-development
* Perform other tasks at the level of the role as directed by your line manager in pursuit of the achievement of business goals.
* Ability to work as part of a diverse team with colleagues from different viewpoints, cultures and countries.
* Perform other tasks at the level of the role as directed by your line manager in pursuit of the achievement of business goals.
* Desire and ability to improve your knowledge and abilities through on-going training.
* Ability to work as part of a diverse team with colleagues from different viewpoints.

TO APPLY:

Please send your CV for immediate consideration as the client will be progressing to interview shortly.

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Posted: 17/01/2019

Salary: £19000 - £21000/annum per Annum

Category: Accounting/Financial/Insurance

Our lovely clients based in Horley are seeking a Sales & Purchase Ledger to join their exciting, busy team.

This position is full time, permanent with lots of benefits and progression opportunities within the company. The main function of this role will be to provide a high-quality purchase ledger and sales ledger function ensuring all relevant key performance indicators are followed.

Some responsibilities will include:

* Generating accurate sales invoices

* Effectively process and check the accuracy of purchase invoices

* Obtain prompt authorisation and scheduling of supplier payments

* Undertake thorough Bank Reconciliations to identify and immediately rectify any discrepancies

* Actively take responsibility for quality control for sales invoices and purchase invoices processed.

* Proactively seek to improve revenue assurance

* Produce regular reporting for management purposes.

* Participate in regular training/learning activities to maintain and develop skills and knowledge.

Experience/skills required:

* GCSE (or equivalent) Grade A-B Maths & English

* Excellent written and verbal communications

* Strong problem solving and analytical skills

* Intermediate Microsoft Office skills including Excel, Word & Outlook

* Maybe studying towards AAT or have a demonstrable interest in a career in Finance

Salary: £19,000-£21,000 per annum + fantastic benefits

Hours: Full time/permanent, Monday-Friday 9-5pm

If this role sounds of interest, and you wish to see a job spec, please give one of our consultants a call at Specialist Recruit or apply online!!

Please note a consultant at Specialist Recruit will be in touch with you regarding your application should you be suitable for the role.

Please be aware that under the requirements of the General Data Protection Regulations, (GDPR), May 2018, in applying for this position either by way of your initial CV submission and/or subsequent Registration Interview you, the "Data Subject/Candidate",* will be supplying Specialist Recruit International Ltd with "Personal Sensitive Data"*. Full details of how our agency complies with the new GDPR legislation can be found on our website and will be confirmed upon registration

Salary: £55000 - £70000/annum Package per Annum

Category: Construction

Role: Technical Manager (Civil Engineering)

Location: Horley

Sector: Residential Construction

Salary: >£70k plus Package

An opportunity has arisen for a Technical Manager to join a thriving and successful family owned residential developer in Horley. The main objective of the role will be to oversee the technical aspects of the new build homes from pre construction stage including planning, right through to construction and handing over to the end customer.

The company are a well established developer, who specialise in the construction of bespoke and quality residential homes and build around 20-30 high quality homes a year. The company have a secure and strong project pipeline for the next 5 years.

Main Purpose of the Job

* To control and co-ordinate of all technical information between external consultants and internal departments and ensure its timely distribution to commercial and construction to meet the build programmes.

Key Tasks and Responsibilities

Typically the Technical Manager will be expected to undertake the following duties:

* Attend regular design team meetings with consultants; take and distribute minutes as required.

* Assist with specification development and review.
* Ensure consultants working to brief and delivering to program
* Liaise with consultants during technical design and respond to queries raised
* Ensure the timely provision of production information to the project team
* Review and comment on technical information for best value engineered solutions and compliance with the specification

* Provide information for discharge of planning Conditions
* Liaise with Building Control body to achieve Building Control Approval
* Submit applications for NHBC Warranties, Robust Detail applications etc.
* Co-ordinate air testing regime and acoustic testing where required.
* Co-ordinate information in regard to EPC Certification and issue final certificates upon receipt.

* Brief specialist suppliers and send out design enquiries to include beam and block floors, floor joists, lintels, trussed rafters, ventilation , plumbing and heating

* Review and comment on specialist suppliers drawings to ensure co-ordination of detailed design

Person Specification

* Will have experience of working upon a variety of new build residential projects from pre construction through to delivery and handover.
* A good technical knowledge of residential, especially within the new build homes sector
* Have a proven track record of delivery while displaying commercial awareness.
* Be able to demonstrate strong organisational skills, as well as effective communication skills when dealing with internal and external resources.
* A good knowledge of Planning, Building Regulations, NHBC, Drainage Highway matters, Public Utilities, Party Wall Awards and associated legislation connected with the construction industry

In return you will be rewarded with a leading salary, bonus, car scheme and motivated environment on offer for the right calibre candidates. Contact me for more info.

This is a great opportunity to join a motivated and challenged team, heading up the Technical Department. This is a stable company with a good team spirit.

Role: Technical Manager (Civil Engineering)

Location: Horley

Sector: Residential Construction

Salary: >£70k plus Package
Posted: 17/01/2019

Salary: £45000 - £60000/annum car, pension, bonus etc per Annum

Category: Construction

Our client , a well run Housing Developer, whom are looking for a Site Manager to work on housing developments from £5million- £30 million.

The Site Manager will be responsible the delivery of the project, must be an effective communicator and be able to successfully lead and develop a team.

The desired Site Manager must have the following:

Experience of working on projects as a number one up to £10 million.
Large Volume Housing Experience
A record of being client facing.
Project leadership qualities and exceptional soft skills.
A strong previous employment background.
Strong technical and financial acumen.

Controlling all aspects of H&S on site, your key responsibilities will include programming work schedule and monitoring building progress ensuring compliance with regulations and cost limitations. You will manage site inductions, method statements, risk assessments, toolbox talks, and permits to work. Your remit will also include logistics planning, plant and labour resources management as well as progress meetings with site team and subcontractors.

Profile:
In order to be considered you must have a strong employment background and have previously worked for Top Tier Housing developer. You must be able to demonstrate a strong track record in having delivered high profile projects.

For you hard work and dedication you will be rewarded with a genuine unique career path and a generous package (depending on experience) and bonus system from day one. Please note follow on projects will be in the Surrey, Crawley and Sussex areas.

Please apply here or call James Twidale on (phone number removed) for a confidential chat

Setsquare is committed to equality in the workplace and is an equal opportunity employer.

Setsquare is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy
Posted: 17/01/2019

Salary: £24000 - £29000/annum + Benefits per Annum

Category: Education

Our client has a School and Children's Homes and they are recruiting for a qualified and experienced Teacher to work at their Horley School.

The Role
You will be teaching students with SEMH across Key Stage 3 and Key Stage 4 and responsibilities include:

• Engaging and motivating studies, teaching in small classes.
• Delivering KS3 and KS4 curriculum following the School curriculum and assessment policy using ASDAN award scheme, ASDAN short term courses, Functional Skills and additional schemes, external provisions and variations to the curriculum.
• Assessing studies using the School assessment framework, informing planning and target setting, ensuring IEPs and lesson plans meet the needs of students and promote progress.
• Developing employability and independence skills in students, identifying and supporting work experience where possible.
• Liaising with the Head Teacher in contributing to the development and promotion of a creative student centred curriculum.
• Writing effective Individual Education Plans, lesson plans and school reports, maintaining accurate records evidencing planning and progress.
• Ensuring young person’s educational programme complies with the ethos of the company and curriculum specifications, following the Personal Education Plan.
• Working within a budget and maintaining financial records.
• Attending EHCP, PEP and LAC reviews, provide progress reports, working with additional professionals to promote the progress of students.
• To follow School Policies, Procedures and Practices.
• Ensuring effective liaison and communication is maintained with external agencies, the care team, Head Teacher and Head of Education.
• Demonstrating responsibility for safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children within the home and school.
• Promoting and developing a welcoming, child centred environment and uphold the highest standards of honesty, integrity and vigilance encouraging the very best for the young people in your care.
• Ensuring that student records are maintained.
• To be able to demonstrate good practice and work with care staff and teaching colleagues to enable practice developments.
• Demonstrate the ability to work under pressure, both reactively and proactively whilst meeting deadlines.
• Ensure that the young people when confronted with stressful situations or crisis are offered appropriate support.

Essential Skills & Attributes
• Suitably qualified with a teaching or training qualification
• Forge and maintain good working relationships with colleagues, young people and their families as well as other professional organisations
• Ability to communicate effectively with colleagues and others
• Can understand the needs of a young person and meet those needs in a planned way
• Knowledge of child development with an ability to relate theory to practice
• Experience of working with young people with SEMH
• Excellent organisation and planning skills with the ability to work under pressure
• To be able to risk assess and maintain the safety of staff and students
• Emotional resilience in working with challenging behaviours
• Experience of functional skills and ASDAN awards
• Strong IT skills
• Knowledge of Safeguarding and KCSIE
• Basic principles of Equal Opportunities
• Willingness to undertake all training provided

Hours and Salary
The role of Teacher is a permanent full-time position and we are looking for the right candidate to commence employment as soon as possible. The working conditions of the role is as follows:
• Working hours Monday to Friday, 8.30am to 4.30pm
• Holiday entitlement: As per school holidays
• In addition to the above our client offers a starting salary of £24,000 pa rising to £29,000 pa

How to Apply
Please note that CV applications or calls from Recruitment Agencies will not be accepted. This position is subject to the candidate being suitably qualified with satisfactory references and on completing an enhanced DBS Check.

eRecruitSmart is a Recruitment Agent and not a direct employer. Your CV will be sent to the Hiring Manager at the company who is responsible for the vacancy that you have applied to. Please only apply if you consent to these terms.

You must have eligibility to work in the UK. Please note, only suitable applicants will be contacted. If your address and contact details are not on your CV, you will not be considered.

We look forward to hearing from you!

Teacher, qualified, KS3 and KS4, AQA, Looked After Children, ASDAN, Functional Skills, challenging behaviours, EHCP, SEBD, SEN, safeguarding, SEMH
Posted: 17/01/2019

Salary: £32295/annum + Benefits per Annum

Category: Medical/Pharmaceutical/Scientific

Experienced Staff Nurse ( RMN ) - mental health unit

We are looking for registered Mental Health Nurses based in Surrey to work with adults with mental health needs. These roles would suit either Mental Health Nurses (RMN) who is either newly qualified or experienced as we have opportunities for both.

Key details -

Grade: Staff Nurse - experienced
Location: Crawley, Surrey - free parking at site
Salary: Up to £32,295 per annum ( negotiable depending upon experience )
Bonus: £1,000 annual bonus
Hours: full time ( 37.5 hours per week ) or part time ( 24 - 36 hours per week )
Shifts: day shifts / night shifts / rotational shifts available
Contract: Permanent

Service Details / Job Description:

An exciting opportunity has arisen for a qualified nurse RMN to work within a hospital in the Surrey area. This hospital offers low and medium secure services for patients who have been detained under the Mental Health Act (1983).

The role of Staff Nurse involves providing the highest possible standard of care to clients whilst developing therapeutic relationships. The Staff Nurse must follow all codes of conduct, standards and legislation, respecting the rights of others and promoting ethical practice. The Staff Nurse will be responsible for assessing, developing, implementing and evaluating clients care plans, ensuring each client received bespoke, individual care.

This nursing team are inclusive and supportive, working in this role you will receive excellent training and development. Any nurses applying for this role should share values of commitment, compassion, motivation and dedication.

Employee Benefits:

We are offering a range of benefits including -

- £1,000 bonus

- 50% contribution towards NMC registration

- 25 days annual leave plus bank holidays

- A Group Personal Pension Plan (GPPP)

- Free meals while on duty

- Care First - Employee Assistance Services

- Continuous learning and development

- Childcare vouchers

- Career development

- Voluntary Benefits

- Free parking on site

Person Specification:

The successful candidate will be a qualified mental health nurse RMN holding a valid NMC PIN. The Nurse will be eligible to live and work in the UK.

For more information and or to apply please call Lydia Robinson on (phone number removed) and or email

APPHC

Salary: £28425 - £31499/annum + Benefits per Annum

Category: Medical/Pharmaceutical/Scientific

Staff Nurse ( RMN ) - newly qualified or experienced - mental health unit

We are looking for registered Mental Health Nurses based in Surrey to work with adults with mental health needs. These roles would suit either Mental Health Nurses (RMN) who is either newly qualified or experienced as we have opportunities for both.

Key details -

Grade: band 5 Staff Nurse - newly qualified or experienced
Location: Crawley, Surrey - free parking at site
Salary: £28,425.44 - £31,499.88 per annum ( negotiable depending upon experience )
Bonus: £1,000 annual bonus
Hours: full time ( 37.5 hours per week ) or part time ( 24 - 36 hours per week )
Shifts: day shifts / night shifts / rotational shifts available
Contract: Permanent

Service Details / Job Description:

An exciting opportunity has arisen for a qualified nurse RMN to work within a hospital in the Surrey area. This hospital offers low and medium secure services for patients who have been detained under the Mental Health Act (1983).

The role of Staff Nurse involves providing the highest possible standard of care to clients whilst developing therapeutic relationships. The Staff Nurse must follow all codes of conduct, standards and legislation, respecting the rights of others and promoting ethical practice. The Staff Nurse will be responsible for assessing, developing, implementing and evaluating clients care plans, ensuring each client received bespoke, individual care.

This nursing team are inclusive and supportive, working in this role you will receive excellent training and development. Any nurses applying for this role should share values of commitment, compassion, motivation and dedication.

Employee Benefits:

We are offering a range of benefits including -

- £1,000 bonus

- 50% contribution towards NMC registration

- 25 days annual leave plus bank holidays

- A Group Personal Pension Plan (GPPP)

- Free meals while on duty

- Care First - Employee Assistance Services

- Continuous learning and development

- Childcare vouchers

- Career development

- Voluntary Benefits

- Free parking on site

Person Specification:

The successful candidate will be a qualified mental health nurse RMN holding a valid NMC PIN. The Nurse will be eligible to live and work in the UK.

For more information and or to apply please call Lydia Robinson on (phone number removed) and or email

APPHC

Salary: £10 - £12/hour per Hour

Salary: £65 - £80/day Plus CPD per Day