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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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Administration Assistant - Wembley

  • WEMBLEY, MIDDLESEX
  • Temporary
  • 1 week ago

£12 Per hour

HSBC is one of the world’s leading banks, with a network covering 71 countries. Their size and global reach mean they offer many ways for you to develop your career. HSBC offer an inclusive, values-led culture, tailored learning and development programmes.

The role:

Under the overall supervision of the Branch Supervisor, the Admin Assistant provides administrative assistance in the On-site Storage of Physical Records project. The Admin Assistant will be responsible for processing documentation and files, working together with other Admin Assistants, to compile and maintain a comprehensive filing system and inventory for the branch.

Main duties will include:
• Sorting through and processing paperwork
• Understanding retention periods in relation to confidential paperwork (training will be provided)
• Ordering, packing and labelling boxes of records
• Creating and populating a Records Inventory on Microsoft Excel.
• Lifting boxes of records out of secure areas/ strong rooms
• Disposing of waste securely by following confidential waste procedures
• Understanding different types of documentation and detail of paper records
• Good monitoring and organisational skills

Skills and experience required:
• High attention to detail
• Organised
• Positive attitude
• MS Excel knowledge and confident on computers

This role is either for 13 weeks so commitment is paramount


Working address: 584 High Road, Wembley, Middlesex, HA0 2DB


*Please note* As the role is working in the financial services sector, all offers are subject to five years satisfactory references, credit, ID and criminal record checks.

Hours:

35 hours a week, Monday to Friday including some Saturdays – flexibility is required

Start Date and Duration:
October 2016 for 13 weeks

SYSTEMS AND PERFORMANCE MANAGER

  • WEMBLEY, MIDDLESEX
  • Temporary
  • 1 day ago

£26 Per hour

London Local Auhtority is looking for a Systems Service manager for their busy Housing needs service.

The post holder will be responsible for all key management  and performance information for the Housing Needs service.

Summary of Responsibilities:


-Forecasting responsibility for all cost centres associated with the provision of that service working closely with the Finance Partner on what is one of the most volatile budgets in the council, with an annual turnover of £50million. This includes overseeing the management of suppliers and payments for all aspects of the service.
-Managing a team of analysts and support staff that provide all statistics and information in response to internal and external requests for data on the service provided by Housing Needs.
- Make a positive contribution to the delivery of the service, this will include working flexibly and positively to achieve the objectives of the council.
- Manage and lead staff to achieve high performance and effective operational delivery, including developing and improving staff capability.
- Manage a customer focused service and the effective use of resources.
- Overall responsibility for the timely production of accurate data and reports to both internal partners and external organisations.
-Drive forward the programme and commitment to improved data integrity and quality.
-Ensure FOI’s are responded to in a timely and accurate manner, meeting legal requirements.
-Supplier and demand forecasting and setting direction of travel to make clear difference in the spend on temporary accommodation with regard for the clients accommodated.
- Forecasting on service cost centres, working closely with Finance Business partners to re-forecast and provide additional information regarding the way accommodation is provided and managed.
- Managing Oracle Cost centres, Purchase orders, and suppliers payments. 
- Ongoing liaison with FSC particularly the All Payments team.
- Management of a team of Systems and Performance Analysts, and their ongoing development.
- Managing IT implementations including upgrades to core Northgate data system, ongoing management of Vision, and ongoing liaison with ITU regarding the integrity and management of the Housing Needs systems.
 

Housing Needs Systems and Performance Manager

  • WEMBLEY, MIDDLESEX
  • Temporary
  • 1 day ago

£26 Per hour

I am looking for a high calible 'Housing needs systems and performance manager' to work on a temp basis from ASAP - 23/12/16 within London Borough Of Brent Council 


**The Service Manager will be responsible for all key management  and performance information for the Housing Needs service
**Forecasting responsibility for all cost centres associated with the provision of that service working closely with the Finance Partner on what is one of the most volatile budgets in the council, with an annual turnover of £50million. This includes overseeing the management of suppliers and payments for all aspects of the service.
**Responsible for the team of analysts and support staff that provide all statistics and information in response to internal and external requests for data on the service provided by Housing Needs.
**Make a positive contribution to the delivery of the service, this will include working flexibly and positively to achieve the objectives of the council.
**Manage and lead staff to achieve high performance and effective operational delivery, including developing and improving staff capability.
**Manage a customer focused service and the effective use of resources.
**Ensure that the council’s overall vision, values and ethos are central to the requirements of the service.
**Support effective working relationships and act as an ambassador and advocate with external organisations.
**Keep up to date with developments in service delivery and best practice to ensure the service performs effectively and to the highest standards.
**Overall responsibility for the timely production of accurate data and reports to both internal partners and external organisations.
**Drive forward the programme and commitment to improved data integrity and quality.
**Ensure FOI’s are responded to in a timely and accurate manner, meeting legal requirements.
**Supplier and demand forecasting and setting direction of travel to make clear difference in the spend on temporary accommodation with regard for the clients accommodated.
**Forecasting on service cost centres, working closely with Finance Business partners to re-forecast and provide additional information regarding the way accommodation is provided and managed.
**Drive service improvement, realising efficiencies where possible.
**Managing Oracle Cost centres, Purchase orders, and suppliers payments. 
**Ongoing liaison with FSC particularly the All Payments team.
**Manage the work of two business support staff, include responsibility for supplier set up and DEF payments to be made across the Housing needs service.
**Management of a team of Systems and Performance Analysts, and their ongoing development.
**Managing IT implementations including upgrades to core Northgate data system, ongoing management of Vision, and ongoing liaison with ITU regarding the integrity and management of the Housing Needs systems.
**Safeguarding is everyone's responsibility and all employees are required to act in such a way that at all times safeguards the health and well-being of children and vulnerable adults.
Carry out duties with due regard to the council’s customer care, equal opportunities, information governance, data protection and health and safety policies and procedures.
Undertake any other duties commensurate with the general level of responsibility of this post.

Commissioning Support Officer

  • WEMBLEY, MIDDLESEX
  • Temporary
  • 1 day ago

£20 Per hour

Reed are urgently looking for an experienced Commissioning Officer to work within the London Borough of Brent on a temporary, on-going basis.  

You will be working under the Lead Commissioner for NAIL (New Accommodation for Independent Living) this role is responsible for delivering all the commissioning and procurement associated with the delivery of new NAIL accommodation, including both accommodation and required care and support services.

The NAIL project team holds responsibility for the cycle of commissioning, from analysing future need and demand, developing strategies and plans to meet those needs and market development – specifically in relation to the delivery of new accommodation for independent living; Bringing services into operation within a demanding timescale whilst ensuring identified efficiency savings are achieved.

Duties: 

To lead on negotiations and dialogue with the external marketplace in the mobilisation of new NAIL services; working closely with the Lead Commissioner – NAIL and the IL Co-Ordinator  to realise the delivery of NAIL.

Lead the procurement and mobilisation of the new Dynamic Purchasing System (DPS) and be responsible for managing this on an ongoing basis.

Under the direction of the Lead Commissioner – NAIL, compile written reports regarding activity being undertaken around operational commissioning and procurement activity for the NAIL board and various other audiences – including the drafting of reports to cabinet.

Project Manage and support the de-registration process for identified local providers as part of the NAIL Programme, to ensure the appropriate actions are taken in a timely way and there is full legal compliance with CQC regulations and other legislation as required.  

Escalate any issues likely to impact on NAIL delivery timescales to the Lead Commissioner – NAIL and/or the NAIL board as appropriate, in relation operational commissioning and procurement activity.

Prevention:  offering information, advice and guidance which enables people to make informed choices and take personal responsibility 

Early intervention: Providing people with intensive short-term assistance so they can regain and sustain their independence

Support Planning: Ensuring that if people need on-going support from us that they can access practical support which is tailored to suit their individual need and is designed to maximise their independence now and in the future

Zero tolerance of abuse: helping people to avoid abuse and responding swiftly and effectively if abuse occurs.

Essential: 
**Educated to A/AS level or equivalent
**Evidence of significant relevant CPD.
**Good understanding of the commissioning cycle in public services
**Excellent understanding of the regulations and requirements of public procurement
**Good knowledge of formal and operational project management methodologies and systems
**Understanding of the policy and operating environment of health, social care and housing
**Good knowledge and understanding of supported living models of accommodation and services
**Proven track record of achievement at in a similarly large and complex organisation
**Experience of successfully implementing the key elements of operational commissioning and procurement  in an operational social care, health or other public sector environment

Commissioning Support Officer

  • WEMBLEY, MIDDLESEX
  • Temporary
  • 1 day ago

£20 Per hour

Reed are urgently looking for an experienced Commissioning Officer to work within the London Borough of Brent on a temporary, on-going basis.  

You will be working under the Lead Commissioner for NAIL (New Accommodation for Independent Living) this role is responsible for delivering all the commissioning and procurement associated with the delivery of new NAIL accommodation, including both accommodation and required care and support services.

The NAIL project team holds responsibility for the cycle of commissioning, from analysing future need and demand, developing strategies and plans to meet those needs and market development – specifically in relation to the delivery of new accommodation for independent living; Bringing services into operation within a demanding timescale whilst ensuring identified efficiency savings are achieved.

Duties: 

To lead on negotiations and dialogue with the external marketplace in the mobilisation of new NAIL services; working closely with the Lead Commissioner – NAIL and the IL Co-Ordinator  to realise the delivery of NAIL.

Lead the procurement and mobilisation of the new Dynamic Purchasing System (DPS) and be responsible for managing this on an ongoing basis.

Under the direction of the Lead Commissioner – NAIL, compile written reports regarding activity being undertaken around operational commissioning and procurement activity for the NAIL board and various other audiences – including the drafting of reports to cabinet.

Project Manage and support the de-registration process for identified local providers as part of the NAIL Programme, to ensure the appropriate actions are taken in a timely way and there is full legal compliance with CQC regulations and other legislation as required.  

Escalate any issues likely to impact on NAIL delivery timescales to the Lead Commissioner – NAIL and/or the NAIL board as appropriate, in relation operational commissioning and procurement activity.

Prevention:  offering information, advice and guidance which enables people to make informed choices and take personal responsibility 

Early intervention: Providing people with intensive short-term assistance so they can regain and sustain their independence

Support Planning: Ensuring that if people need on-going support from us that they can access practical support which is tailored to suit their individual need and is designed to maximise their independence now and in the future

Zero tolerance of abuse: helping people to avoid abuse and responding swiftly and effectively if abuse occurs.

Essential: 
**Educated to A/AS level or equivalent
**Evidence of significant relevant CPD.
**Good understanding of the commissioning cycle in public services
**Excellent understanding of the regulations and requirements of public procurement
**Good knowledge of formal and operational project management methodologies and systems
**Understanding of the policy and operating environment of health, social care and housing
**Good knowledge and understanding of supported living models of accommodation and services
**Proven track record of achievement at in a similarly large and complex organisation
**Experience of successfully implementing the key elements of operational commissioning and procurement  in an operational social care, health or other public sector environment

Social Worker - Leaving care

  • WEMBLEY, MIDDLESEX
  • Permanent
  • 1 day ago

£29,727 to £36,558 Per annum

1. Provide a service to children in need and their families in line with statutory requirements
and departmental priorities.

2. Participate in training as required in the overall interests of the service and as part of career
development.

3. Participate in supervision.

4. Participate in team meetings.

5. Participate in emergency duty rota within specific role.

6. Keep up to date and accurate records, using information technology where appropriate.

7. Respond to the public and other agencies by telephone, correspondence and direct contact
in order to provide a service within departmental priorities and timescales.

8. Liaise with relevant external agencies e.g. police, health authority etc.

9. Liaise with relevant colleagues in other Divisions and Council Departments.

10. Responsible for individual client case planning in line with the professional standards of the
department.

11. Active in implementing the Council’s Equal Opportunities Policy in professional practice and service delivery.

12. Responsible for professional decisions within the department’s priorities framework and in relation to specific procedural guidelines.

13. Undertake service development tasks as appropriate.

14. Familiarise with departmental policies and procedures.

Team Manager - Children's Services

  • WEMBLEY, MIDDLESEX
  • Permanent
  • 1 day ago

£48,000 to £53,000 Per annum

Some of the Duties of the role are as follows:

1. Make a positive contribution to the delivery of the service, this will include working flexibly and positively to achieve the objectives of the council.

2. Manage and lead staff to achieve high performance and effective operational delivery, including developing and improving staff capability.

3. Manage a customer focused service and the effective use of resources.

4. Ensure that the council’s overall vision, values and ethos are central to the requirements of the service.

5. Support effective working relationships and act as an ambassador and advocate with external organisations

Deputy Team Manager

  • WEMBLEY, MIDDLESEX
  • Permanent
  • 1 day ago

£40,218 to £42,951 Per annum

1. To work alongside a Team Manager to manage a team of Social Workers and other staff, providing a service to children and their families within the remit of the team’s specialist area.

2. To ensure the provision of a high quality, cost effective and efficient social work service to Children in need and their families. To provide such a service within agreed departmental service and financial priorities and the Council’s Equal Opportunity Policy.

3. To ensure that the Department’s key performance targets, as they apply to the specific team, are met. This will include responsibility for ensuring the protection of children, including taking action under Child Protection Procedures and emergency legal action under the Children Act.


MANAGEMENT RESPONSIBILITIES

4. To assist the Team Manager in the management of devolved budgets within the designated service area and to ensure adherence to financial regulations.

5. To share responsibility for the day-to-day management of the team, ensuring that services are delivered to the highest professional standards, meet key measurable objectives and operate within clear and up to date operational policies.


6. The Deputy Team Manager will be responsible for the supervision of designated members of staff and for the organisation and management of the team’s duty system as well as other specified areas. Support for staff and ensuring the smooth conduct of day-to-day business are important aspects of this role.

7. To ensure that the needs of service users are identified and that the assessment of these needs form the basis of individual care planning as well as the wider commissioning strategy for children in need.

8. To process and maintain cases using the Department’s Electronic Case Management System utilising the Integrated Children’s System and the Children’s IS Index.

9. To ensure that such services are provided in a manner that reflects departmental and corporate policies and those decisions about resource allocation are made with due regard to the Department’s eligibility criteria and reference to the Team manager and Head of Service as required.

Senior Social Worker - Older People and Physical disabilities

  • WEMBLEY, MIDDLESEX
  • Temporary
  • 1 day ago

£32 Per hour

Reed are currently recruiting for a Senior Social Worker for a client based in North West London. 

You must have established experience of working in an Older People & Physical Disabilities support planning team, supervision of qualified and unqualified staff and working with complex situations £32 LTD

YOT OFFICER

  • WEMBLEY, MIDDLESEX
  • Temporary
  • 1 day ago

£24 Per hour

PURPOSE OF JOB

To work as part of a multi agency team of staff providing an integrated approach to the delivery of services to achieve the principal aim of the Youth Offending Service which is to prevent offending and re-offending by young people in Brent.

Working within the requirements of relevant legislation, guidance and the National Standards governing the youth justice field, to deliver appropriate oversight, supervision and support to young people and their families.

As part of a multi-agency Youth Offending Service, to provide a comprehensive service to young people and their families involved in, or at risk of offending.

Responsibility for assessments of risk of re-offending, risk of vulnerability and risk of serious harm by young people, and the completion of intervention plans and risk management plans to address identified need,

Responsibility for the preparation of reports including Pre-Sentence and Referral Order Reports in line with National Standards

To manage statutory programmes and interventions for young people subject to all statutory orders, including custody, in line with National Standards

The post-holder will have overall case responsibility for all orders and reports allocated to them and will be expected to prepare cases for variation, revocation or breach where relevant

To develop, contribute towards and participate in programmes of intervention designed to prevent re-offending, individually and in group work settings.

To participate in a duty rota system, interviewing young people and carers, responding to telephone enquiries and communicating with external agencies as necessary.

To maintain performance against standards and targets set by Brent YOS and by the YJB

Responsible for recording effectively on the Youth Offending Services’ computerised recording systems and maintaining accurate and timely records of all work undertaken.




Education, Training & Qualifications
Candidates must hold a recognised qualification in Social Work or be a qualified Probation Officer (PO2) or educated to degree level with substantial experience of working with vulnerable adolescents. (PO1)


Knowledge & Experience

At least 18 months experience of working with young people or related vulnerable groups and tangible experience of working professionally within a criminal justice setting of at least 12 months.

Able to demonstrate understanding of Criminal Justice legislation and other relevant legislation including that relating to Children and Young People.

Knowledge of the current legislation relating to the reduction of offending by young people

Knowledge of the role of Effective Practice in reducing re-offending and experience of delivering interventions in keeping with this.

Understanding of developing YOT services to meet the needs of young people, victims and the community

Familiar with, and experience of, the application of restorative justice principles

Experience of undertaking assessments and writing reports including Pre-Sentence Reports.

Homelessness Prevention Officer

  • WEMBLEY, MIDDLESEX
  • Temporary
  • 1 week ago

£26 Per hour

Local Council in London are looking for a Homelessness Prevention Offcer to join them on an interim basis.

Summary of Responsibilities:
-Managing a caseload of people who are currently experiencing a housing crisis, and  provide a service that seeks to minimise the duration of that crisis;
-Understanding the complex, multiple needs as well as strengths of those individuals/households; and develop trusting, non-dependent relationships to improve their confidence and motivation to progress towards their next step in housing
-Empowering individuals/households to find their own solution to their housing crisis, drawing on the assistance provided by the Housing Options team.
-Motivating and enabling individuals to create and progress through individual action plans to find and sustain new housing, taking account of their personal circumstances;
-Help people to understand the rented housing market, keeping up-to-date with Local -Housing Allowance, benefit changes, and opportunities;
-Providing some support for households through the resettlement process when moving to a new home;
-Help tenants with preparing defence forms for section 21 and other relevant court proceedings
-Attend court where necessary and appropriate to support tenants with a defence against claims by their landlords.
-Deliver the Housing Needs Out of Hours Service on a rota basis as required.
-To interview all applicants who approach the Council in housing need, to determine what actions can be taken to resolve the issues that are threatening them with homelessness, to secure their occupation of their current accommodation.  If this is not possible, or appropriate, to explore what other options are available to them to prevent them from becoming homeless.
-To conduct home visits to appropriate locations both inside and outside of the borough, as and when is necessary, to assist in the investigation of households circumstances.  This could be achieved through some use of public transport, however it is desirable that the postholder has access to some form of their own transport.
- To facilitate the Housing Options and Advice surgeries within the community throughout the borough as may be arranged from time to time.

The successful candidate will:
- Have detailed knowledge of homelessness legislation, case law and government guidance concerning the Council’s statutory duties and maintain a working knowledge of related housing, property, immigration and family legislation
-Up to date knowledge of the different housing options available to service users seeking accommodation and systems of access to housing of all types including; the private rented sector, intermediate housing schemes, and hostels.
- Experience in a similar role within Local Authority

Recptionist /Administrator

  • WEMBLEY, MIDDLESEX
  • Permanent
  • 1 week ago

£24,000 to £25,000 Per annum

Meeting and greeting clients and visitors  assisting them with  viewing new properties . Arranging appointments. Assisting the project manager with general admin. This is a varied and interesting role ideally suited to someone who enjoys working with people and who is good with admin

Recptionist /Customer Service

  • WEMBLEY, MIDDLESEX
  • Permanent
  • 1 week ago

£24,000 to £25,000 Per annum

Meeting and greeting clients and visitors  assisting them with  viewing new properties . Arranging appointments. Assisting the project manager with general admin. This is a varied and interesting role ideally suited to someone who enjoys working with people and who is good with admin

Accounts and Audit Semi Senior

  • WEMBLEY, MIDDLESEX
  • Permanent
  • 1 week ago

£28,000 to £33,000 Per annum

Your duties will include
- Preparation of year end accounts for limited companies, charities and sole traders
- corporation tax computations
- Audit assignments for a range of organisations, from small charities to large commercial companies
- Bookkeeping using Sage Line 50 and bespoke software

The work load will be 75% accounts and 25% Audit

Accounts and Audit Senior

  • WEMBLEY, MIDDLESEX
  • Permanent
  • 1 week ago

£33,000 to £39,000 Per annum

Your duties will include
- Preparation of year end accounts for limited companies, charities and sole traders
- corporation tax computations
- Audit assignments for a range of organisations, from small charities to large commercial companies
- Bookkeeping using Sage Line 50 and bespoke software

The work load will be 75% accounts and 25% Audit

Gujarati speaking Teaching Assistant Wanted in Thriving Brent Secondary School

  • NORTHOLT, MIDDLESEX
  • Contract
  • 1 day ago

Negotiable

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 the teacher in and out of the classroom
5. Support a number of students within the school

Gujarati speaking Teaching Assistant Wanted in Thriving Brent Secondary School

  • BRENT, MIDDLESEX
  • Contract
  • 1 day ago

Negotiable

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 the teacher in and out of the classroom
5. Support a number of students within the school

Gujarati speaking Teaching Assistant Wanted in Thriving Brent Secondary School

  • WEMBLEY, MIDDLESEX
  • Contract
  • 1 day ago

Negotiable

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 the teacher in and out of the classroom
5. Support a number of students within the school

Forklift Drivers Needed

  • UXBRIDGE, MIDDLESEX
  • Temporary
  • 4 days ago

£8 to £9 Per hour

We are looking for Forklift Drivers to register for work as we deal with a range of clients that require your skills!

We need enthusiastic, hard working and reliable forklift operatives available for work. If you have a reach, counter balance or Bendi license please get in touch as soon as you can.

You can also send your CV directly to david.rodgers@reedglobal.com to be considered

Forklift Drivers Needed

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

£8 to £9 Per hour

We are looking for Forklift Drivers to register for work as we deal with a range of clients that require your skills!

We need enthusiastic, hard working and reliable forklift operatives available for work. If you have a reach, counter balance or Bendi license please get in touch as soon as you can.

You can also send your CV directly to david.rodgers@reedglobal.com to be considered
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