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REED Wembley
Olympic Office Centre, 8 Fulton Road
Wembley
UK
HA9 0NU
020 8902 6111 wembley.businesssupport@reedglobal.com
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REED Wembley
Olympic Office Centre, 8 Fulton Road
Wembley
UK
HA9 0NU

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REED Wembley operates on the following opening times
Monday 08.00-18.00
Tuesday 08.00-18.00
Wednesday 08.00-18.00
Thursday 08.00-18.00
Friday 08.00-18.00
Saturday Closed*
Sunday Closed*

About REED Wembley

We are Moving!

In December our Wembley office is relocating to:

Olympic Office Centre
8 Fulton Road
Wembley Park
Middlesex
HA9 0NU

At REED Wembley we cover the following sectors:

Business Support

All manner of business support roles, including administration, customer services, contact centre, and management, as well as entry-level roles in fields such as sales and marketing.

Hospitality & Leisure

Various roles including management and director level, conference & banqueting, food & beverage, front office, QA/production, food retail, leisure, front of house, and chefs.

Management

Management roles for those looking to take the next step or gain a first management job, spanning sectors including sales, procurement, marketing and the rest of our industry sectors.

 

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Facilities Administrator

  • WEMBLEY, MIDDLESEX
  • Temporary
  • 1 day ago

£10 Per hour

This is a short term temporary role based in Central Wembley.

As a Facilities Administrator your roles will include:
• Dealing with general enquiries relating to buildings
• Operating the switchboard and covering reception
• Booking meeting rooms
• Process incoming and outgoing post
• Dealing with car parking issues
• Maintaining all relevant documents for the building
• Updating notices and leaflets
• Logging maintenance issues
• Issuing keys and security passes
• Process incoming goods
• Dealing with complaints
• Photocopying and typing documents
• Creating and adapting spreadsheets for complex data gathering

Key skills required:
• Pro-active attitude
• Problem solving skills
• Ability to set up new systems (in office and on computer)
• Intermediate to advanced Excel skills
• Willingness to learn new things
• Excellent communication and written skills
• Ability to go to other sites and conduct audits (training provided)

Food Technology Teacher Needed in Secondary School Based in Brent – Immediate Start

  • WEMBLEY, MIDDLESEX
  • Contract
  • 1 day ago

Negotiable

The Role:
• As a Food Technology Teacher you will be teaching Key Stage 3 and Key Stage 4 to a high standard
• You will be working with a wealth of different students with a range of abilities. Your ability to differentiate within the classroom is key
• As a vital member of the Food department you will be expected to work as part of a team, take part in department meetings and parents evening and mark the work to a high standard
• This role is a great opportunity for a Teacher to learn from a strong department
• There is a possibility of this role becoming permanent

Supply Chain & Forwarding Executive

  • WEMBLEY, MIDDLESEX
  • Permanent
  • 1 day ago

£25,000 Per annum

• Understanding SOP requirements
• Multi-modal freight forwarding knowledge - Air, Sea, Road
•  Supporting Origin teams to ensure that the Origin Partners are aware of SOP content and that it is followed consistently, through day to day management of any exceptions
• Responding to all queries in a timely fashion
• Ensuring Client is provided with up to date sailing schedules
• Advising Clients of any changes to planned shipments or deliveries
• Dashboard maintenance – removing cancelled orders etc to maintain a clean dashboard
• Vendor Portal – first point of contact for suppliers and responsibility for training
• Support of client manager in any development tasks

European Transport Operator

  • WEMBLEY, MIDDLESEX
  • Permanent
  • 1 day ago

£25,000 to £26,000 Per annum

• Monitoring inbound and outbound shipments 
• Ensuring transport activities are operated in accordance with internal and customer service requirements
• Adherence to operational margins for modal transport
• Maximisation of load fill
• On-time delivery of cargo in line with customer service requirements
• Pricing for spot business as per customer requirement
• Demonstrate ability to reduce transport cost and improve margins at every opportunity
• Problem solving and corrective actions as appropriate
• Customer service ownership existing customer base
• Work within company standards at all times

Equality Officer (Temporary)

  • WEMBLEY, MIDDLESEX
  • Temporary
  • 1 day ago

£16 to £18 Per hour

The successful candidate will have the unique opportunity to support the Organisation’s wider Equality and Diversity programme, on the one hand, and the equality and diversity programme specifically targeted at the Organisation’s tenants and leaseholders, on the other hand.

Person Specification
• Evidence of relevant CPD
• Knowledge of equality, diversity, cohesion and human rights policy, legislation and good practice
• Understanding of local government and the wider public sector and the major factors, influences and legislation facing these
• Understanding of project management

Key Requirements
• Support the delivery of equality action plans and objectives and contribute to the production of accurate and timely progress reports and updates.
• Provide sound professional advice on a range of equality, diversity, cohesion and human rights issues, particularly to support equality analysis to service areas and cross-council projects
• Collate, benchmark and interpret equality, diversity, cohesion and human rights information to produce statistical reports which provide analysis and recommendations
• Plan, deliver and evaluate the equality, diversity, cohesion and human rights events sponsored by the Organisation for internal and external audiences
• Support internal and external equality groups and forums, and coordinate their meetings and activities
• Research equality, diversity, cohesion and human rights issues and prepare briefing papers and recommendations
• Support the development and delivery of equality, diversity, cohesion and human rights training programmes

Other Duties

• Providing support to the Head of Equality for all aspects of the equality, diversity, cohesion and human rights work of the Organisation and its partner organisations by:
• Ensuring a robust understanding of local communities underpins the development and delivery of plans, strategies and policies;
• Supporting senior management and leadership to demonstrate leadership, partnership and commitment on equalities;
• Setting and achieving equality objectives which ensure best quality services and result in positive outcomes for local communities;
• Strengthening staff skills, expertise and engagement on equality issues and developing a more inclusive workplace;
• Engaging with communities and working with community partners to improve practices;
• Supporting the Organisation to achieve and maintain ‘excellence’ status in the relevant Equality Framework.
• As directed by the Head of Equality, provide sound professional advice on a range of equality, diversity, cohesion and human rights issues, particularly to support equality analysis, to service areas and cross-organisation projects.
• Provide administrative, IT and other support, as required, to the meetings and activities of internal and external equality groups and forums.
• Support the planning, co-ordination and evaluation of equality, diversity, cohesion and human rights events for internal and external audiences.
• Contribute to work to achieve the relevant Equality Framework and other relevant equality, diversity, cohesion and human rights awards.
• As directed by the Head of Equality, represent the Organisation and its partner organisations at external working groups and prepare and express their views on equality, diversity, cohesion and human rights issues.
• Contribute to the continuous improvement of team outputs, agree appropriate objectives and targets and support the development of the Equality Team.
 

Equality Officer

  • WEMBLEY, MIDDLESEX
  • Temporary
  • 1 day ago

£16 to £18 Per hour

The successful candidate will have the unique opportunity to support the Organisation’s wider Equality and Diversity programme, on the one hand, and the equality and diversity programme specifically targeted at the Organisation’s tenants and leaseholders, on the other hand.

Person Specification
• Evidence of relevant CPD
• Knowledge of equality, diversity, cohesion and human rights policy, legislation and good practice
• Understanding of local government and the wider public sector and the major factors, influences and legislation facing these
• Understanding of project management

Key Requirements
• Support the delivery of equality action plans and objectives and contribute to the production of accurate and timely progress reports and updates.
• Provide sound professional advice on a range of equality, diversity, cohesion and human rights issues, particularly to support equality analysis to service areas and cross-council projects
• Collate, benchmark and interpret equality, diversity, cohesion and human rights information to produce statistical reports which provide analysis and recommendations
• Plan, deliver and evaluate the equality, diversity, cohesion and human rights events sponsored by the Organisation for internal and external audiences
• Support internal and external equality groups and forums, and coordinate their meetings and activities
• Research equality, diversity, cohesion and human rights issues and prepare briefing papers and recommendations
• Support the development and delivery of equality, diversity, cohesion and human rights training programmes

Other Duties

• Providing support to the Head of Equality for all aspects of the equality, diversity, cohesion and human rights work of the Organisation and its partner organisations by:
• Ensuring a robust understanding of local communities underpins the development and delivery of plans, strategies and policies;
• Supporting senior management and leadership to demonstrate leadership, partnership and commitment on equalities;
• Setting and achieving equality objectives which ensure best quality services and result in positive outcomes for local communities;
• Strengthening staff skills, expertise and engagement on equality issues and developing a more inclusive workplace;
• Engaging with communities and working with community partners to improve practices;
• Supporting the Organisation to achieve and maintain ‘excellence’ status in the relevant Equality Framework.
• As directed by the Head of Equality, provide sound professional advice on a range of equality, diversity, cohesion and human rights issues, particularly to support equality analysis, to service areas and cross-organisation projects.
• Provide administrative, IT and other support, as required, to the meetings and activities of internal and external equality groups and forums.
• Support the planning, co-ordination and evaluation of equality, diversity, cohesion and human rights events for internal and external audiences.
• Contribute to work to achieve the relevant Equality Framework and other relevant equality, diversity, cohesion and human rights awards.
• As directed by the Head of Equality, represent the Organisation and its partner organisations at external working groups and prepare and express their views on equality, diversity, cohesion and human rights issues.
• Contribute to the continuous improvement of team outputs, agree appropriate objectives and targets and support the development of the Equality Team.
 

Equality Officer

  • WEMBLEY, MIDDLESEX
  • Temporary
  • 1 day ago

£16 to £18 Per hour

The successful candidate will have the unique opportunity to support the Organisation’s wider Equality and Diversity programme, on the one hand, and the equality and diversity programme specifically targeted at the Organisation’s tenants and leaseholders, on the other hand.

Person Specification
• Evidence of relevant CPD
• Knowledge of equality, diversity, cohesion and human rights policy, legislation and good practice
• Understanding of local government and the wider public sector and the major factors, influences and legislation facing these
• Understanding of project management

Key Requirements
• Support the delivery of equality action plans and objectives and contribute to the production of accurate and timely progress reports and updates.
• Provide sound professional advice on a range of equality, diversity, cohesion and human rights issues, particularly to support equality analysis to service areas and cross-council projects
• Collate, benchmark and interpret equality, diversity, cohesion and human rights information to produce statistical reports which provide analysis and recommendations
• Plan, deliver and evaluate the equality, diversity, cohesion and human rights events sponsored by the Organisation for internal and external audiences
• Support internal and external equality groups and forums, and coordinate their meetings and activities
• Research equality, diversity, cohesion and human rights issues and prepare briefing papers and recommendations
• Support the development and delivery of equality, diversity, cohesion and human rights training programmes

Other Duties

• Providing support to the Head of Equality for all aspects of the equality, diversity, cohesion and human rights work of the Organisation and its partner organisations by:
• Ensuring a robust understanding of local communities underpins the development and delivery of plans, strategies and policies;
• Supporting senior management and leadership to demonstrate leadership, partnership and commitment on equalities;
• Setting and achieving equality objectives which ensure best quality services and result in positive outcomes for local communities;
• Strengthening staff skills, expertise and engagement on equality issues and developing a more inclusive workplace;
• Engaging with communities and working with community partners to improve practices;
• Supporting the Organisation to achieve and maintain ‘excellence’ status in the relevant Equality Framework.
• As directed by the Head of Equality, provide sound professional advice on a range of equality, diversity, cohesion and human rights issues, particularly to support equality analysis, to service areas and cross-organisation projects.
• Provide administrative, IT and other support, as required, to the meetings and activities of internal and external equality groups and forums.
• Support the planning, co-ordination and evaluation of equality, diversity, cohesion and human rights events for internal and external audiences.
• Contribute to work to achieve the relevant Equality Framework and other relevant equality, diversity, cohesion and human rights awards.
• As directed by the Head of Equality, represent the Organisation and its partner organisations at external working groups and prepare and express their views on equality, diversity, cohesion and human rights issues.
• Contribute to the continuous improvement of team outputs, agree appropriate objectives and targets and support the development of the Equality Team.
 

Finance Analyst

  • WEMBLEY, MIDDLESEX
  • Temporary
  • 2 days ago

£18 to £20 Per hour

Finance Analyst required for a 2-3 month temporary opportunity in Wembley.

Are you immediately available?
Do you have previous experience?

Key requirements are:

- ACA, ACCA or CIMA qualified
- The ability to work under pressure and on own initiative
- Strong Excel skills and the ability to manage complex accounting reconciliations

Desirable:

- Experience using Oracle
- Knowledge of Northgate Housing V5 system

Please contact 01727 731980 if you fit these requirements.

Looking for an excellent opportunity to develop your experience within education?

  • WEMBLEY, MIDDLESEX
  • Contract
  • 1 day ago

Negotiable

The school:

The school is a mixed Secondary School with the ages of 11 – 18 with a successful sixth form. The school is an inclusive school with a diverse community. The school is thriving and concentrates on supporting every pupil within the school so they can reach their full potential.

Your main duties will include:

1. To meet regularly with the relevant members of staff to discuss students who need monitoring and intervention
2. To work with these students on a one to one basis and to work towards short term and long term goals
3. To maintain full records on students being mentored and to provide regular written reports on students to appropriate staff
4. Support a number of students within the school

Looking for an excebrentllent opportunity to develop your experience within education?

  • BRENT, MIDDLESEX
  • Contract
  • 1 day ago

Negotiable

The school:

The school is a mixed Secondary School with the ages of 11 – 18 with a successful sixth form. The school is an inclusive school with a diverse community. The school is thriving and concentrates on supporting every pupil within the school so they can reach their full potential.

Your main duties will include:

1. To meet regularly with the relevant members of staff to discuss students who need monitoring and intervention
2. To work with these students on a one to one basis and to work towards short term and long term goals
3. To maintain full records on students being mentored and to provide regular written reports on students to appropriate staff
4. Support a number of students within the school

Geography Teacher Required For Thriving Brent Secondary School – January 2017 Start - Apply Today!

  • BRENT CROSS, LONDON
  • Contract
  • 1 day ago

Negotiable

The high achieving school has excellent facilities, a supportive staff structure, and a fantastic extra- curricular programme. Along with an exceptional reputation and brilliant links with the local community, it will be a wonderful environment to work in!

You will become an active member of the school community, promoting Geography, taking part in extra curricular activities and supporting their progressive ethos!

Geography Teacher Required For Thriving Brent Secondary School – January 2017 Start - Apply Today!

  • WEMBLEY, MIDDLESEX
  • Contract
  • 1 day ago

Negotiable

The high achieving school has excellent facilities, a supportive staff structure, and a fantastic extra- curricular programme. Along with an exceptional reputation and brilliant links with the local community, it will be a wonderful environment to work in!

You will become an active member of the school community, promoting Geography, taking part in extra curricular activities and supporting their progressive ethos!

Geography Teacher Required For Thriving Brent Secondary School – January 2017 Start - Apply Today!

  • EALING, LONDON
  • Contract
  • 1 day ago

Negotiable

The high achieving school has excellent facilities, a supportive staff structure, and a fantastic extra- curricular programme. Along with an exceptional reputation and brilliant links with the local community, it will be a wonderful environment to work in!

You will become an active member of the school community, promoting Geography, taking part in extra curricular activities and supporting their progressive ethos!

6 Sewing Machine Operators Needed

  • NORTH WEST LONDON, LONDON
  • Temporary
  • 3 days ago

£7 Per hour

Our Client is looking for 6 Sewing Machine Operators to start immediately.

You must have had previous experience as a Sewing Machine Operator as my client will test all applicant's sewing skills.

Please be aware that this will be sewing for hardware products and you must be able to handle tough materials.

You also must be available immediately or within the next week

For more information please send your CV to David Rodgers: david.rodgers@reedglobal.com

6 Sewing Machine Operators Needed

  • NORTH WEST LONDON, LONDON
  • Temporary
  • 5 days ago

£7 Per hour

Our Client is looking for 6 Sewing Machine Operators to start immediately.

You must have had previous experience as a Sewing Machine Operator as my client will test all applicant's sewing skills.

Please be aware that this will be sewing for hardware products and you must be able to handle tough materials.

You also must be available immediately or within the next week

For more information please send your CV to David Rodgers: david.rodgers@reedglobal.com

6 Sewing Machine Operators Needed

  • NORTH WEST LONDON, LONDON
  • Temporary
  • 1 week ago

£8 Per hour

Our Client is looking for 6 Sewing Machine Operators to start immediately.

You must have had previous experience as a Sewing Machine Operator as my client will test all applicant's sewing skills.

Please be aware that this will be sewing for hardware products and you must be able to handle tough materials.

You also must be available immediately or within the next week

For more information please send your CV to David Rodgers: david.rodgers@reedglobal.com

6 Sewing Machine Operators Needed

  • NORTH WEST LONDON, LONDON
  • Temporary
  • 1 week ago

£8 Per hour

Our Client is looking for 6 Sewing Machine Operators to start immediately.

You must have had previous experience as a Sewing Machine Operator as my client will test all applicant's sewing skills.

Please be aware that this will be sewing for hardware products and you must be able to handle tough materials.

You also must be available immediately or within the next week

For more information please send your CV to David Rodgers: david.rodgers@reedglobal.com

6 Sewing Machine Operators Needed

  • NORTH WEST LONDON, LONDON
  • Temporary
  • 1 week ago

£8 Per hour

Our Client is looking for 6 Sewing Machine Operators to start immediately.

You must have had previous experience as a Sewing Machine Operator as my client will test all applicant's sewing skills.

Please be aware that this will be sewing for hardware products and you must be able to handle tough materials.

You also must be available immediately or within the next week

For more information please send your CV to David Rodgers: david.rodgers@reedglobal.com

6 Minibus Drivers D1 Licence

  • NORTH WEST LONDON, LONDON
  • Permanent
  • 1 month ago

£19,000 to £25,000 Per annum

Our Client is a fantastic Organisation based in North West London. They are currently looking for 6 Minibus Drivers to join there team. As this is driving a Minibus, you will need to hold a D1 Licence.

This is ideal for people who are flexible to work to rotas, split shifts, evening or weekends.


Scope of Role:

To drive our vehicles to transport young people, adults and individuals who have mobility difficulties e.g. disabled and older members of the community with due consideration to theirs needs and comfort.

MAIN DUTIES:
1) To cover when required and familiarise themselves with duties and specific requirements.

2) Collect children from an agreed pick up point, take to school and return the children to the agreed drop off point in accordance with the contract schedule.

3) To assist passengers to and from the vehicle when necessary.

4) To assist passengers with light shopping as and when necessary.

5) To collect fares and complete receipt of payment as required by transaction where necessary. The post holder is responsible for the security of the money collected and inform the booking co-ordinator of the transaction.

General

The driver will complete paperwork and fill in log-sheets, as required, on a daily basis and return all paperwork to the bookings office within 24 hours of the job being complete.

The driver will attend training courses relevant to the transportation and safety of older people and those with disabilities.

The driver will be responsible for daily safety checks of the vehicle. These include the daily checking of oil, water and exterior bodyworks before the commencement of their daily round. All defects must be reported immediately as per instruction outlined in the Defect sheet.

The driver will be responsible for the cleaning and maintaining of their vehicles.(Refer to our Handbook)

The driver will report to the Transport Team any accidents, incidents or damage to the vehicle, and possible offences under the Road Traffic Acts as well as all matters affecting the efficiency and day to day running of the transport service.

 The driver is responsible for payment of any penalty charge incurred as a result of contravening a Highway Code regulations during the course of their duties.

 The driver will assist the Transport Team in promoting our services to the community.

 To undertake all other duties commensurate by the Operations & Bookings Manager or responsible operations staff.

 The Job Description is not exhausted and is subject to change in light of the service, work, priorities or requirements. Such change will be discussed and consulted on with the post holder.

Please send your CV to david.rodgers@reedglobal.com to be considered

Casual: Connector - Team Member

  • WEMBLEY PARK, MIDDLESEX
  • Contract
  • 1 day ago

£10 Per hour

Casual: Connector - Team Member (General Admission)

Are you looking to work for one of the most famous and iconic stadiums in the world?
Do you want to be part of creating “the best stadium experience” for a world class venue?
Are you available on an ad-hoc basis?

If the answer is YES for all of the above then please continue to read on…

I am working in partnership with The FA Group to recruit for enthusiastic, friendly and flexible team members to support them in managing big events in sports, music and entertainment with more than 2 million visitors per year.


Ethos:

“We care about our guests and want them to have a memorable experience each and every time they visit us. We believe we will achieve this with power of a strong staff culture that is passionate about the guest experience”.

You will be the face of Wembley Stadium therefore it is imperative that you are able to support all guests along their event experience, to ensure that they have wonderful and unforgettable time – from supporting with accurate information, providing directions to general assistance.

The main roles include:
- Pre Screening
- Directional
- Information Point and Language Services
- Usher
- Accessibility Support

Key responsibilities include:
- Provide a warm smile and welcome to all of the guests
- Assist the guests with FAQ’s providing accurate information and direction
- Ensure the safety of the guests is at the forefront of all that you do, whist providing exceptional customer service
- Support the accessible guests with a pushing and chaperone service
- Engage with the guests with face painting, giveaways, or a ‘high five’ with a foam hand

Availability:
- Available to commit to working a minimum of 25 days in 2017
- Weekday evening and weekend availability required
- Commitment to working between 6 to 10 hours per event day

If you are interested and keen to be considered then please apply direct with the FA at the link below:
http://jobs.thefacareers.com/jobs_apply/vacancies/948/connector_team_member_general_admission/



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