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28A Swinegate
York
UK
YO1 8AZ
01904 688 760 york.businesssupport@reedglobal.com
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28A Swinegate
York
UK
YO1 8AZ

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REED York opening hours

REED York 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 York

At REED York we cover the following sectors:

Education

All education roles, including management & leadership, teaching and support staff, across nurseries, schools, academies, PRUs, and colleges & FE establishments.

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.

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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HR ADVISOR

  • YORK, NORTH YORKSHIRE
  • Permanent
  • 1 week ago

£25,000 to £30,000 Per annum

Duties And Responsibilities include:

• Providing HR support, advice and guidance to the management teams
• Responsible for dealing with complex Employee Relation Issues
• Ensuring HR policies and procedures are adhered to
• Dealing with Trade Unions and wage negotiation processes
• Absence management and analyse attendance
• Responsible for recruitment processes and take part in the selection process and manage employee inductions
• Provide appropriate information to the payroll department
• Ensure accuracy of HR and Payroll information for time and attendance, electronic and manual record systems
• Responsible for HR reports and statistics
• Delivery of HR projects

HR ADVISOR

  • YORK, NORTH YORKSHIRE
  • Permanent
  • 2 weeks ago

£25,000 to £30,000 Per annum

Duties And Responsibilities include:

• Providing HR support, advice and guidance to the management teams
• Responsible for dealing with complex Employee Relation Issues
• Ensuring HR policies and procedures are adhered to
• Dealing with Trade Unions and wage negotiation processes
• Absence management and analyse attendance
• Responsible for recruitment processes and take part in the selection process and manage employee inductions
• Provide appropriate information to the payroll department
• Ensure accuracy of HR and Payroll information for time and attendance, electronic and manual record systems
• Responsible for HR reports and statistics
• Delivery of HR projects

HR ADVISOR

  • YORK, NORTH YORKSHIRE
  • Permanent
  • 3 weeks ago

£25,000 to £30,000 Per annum

Duties And Responsibilities include:

• Providing HR support, advice and guidance to the management teams
• Responsible for dealing with complex Employee Relation Issues
• Ensuring HR policies and procedures are adhered to
• Dealing with Trade Unions and wage negotiation processes
• Absence management and analyse attendance
• Responsible for recruitment processes and take part in the selection process and manage employee inductions
• Provide appropriate information to the payroll department
• Ensure accuracy of HR and Payroll information for time and attendance, electronic and manual record systems
• Responsible for HR reports and statistics
• Delivery of HR projects

HR ADVISOR

  • YORK, NORTH YORKSHIRE
  • Permanent
  • 4 weeks ago

£25,000 to £30,000 Per annum

Duties And Responsibilities include:

• Providing HR support, advice and guidance to the management teams
• Responsible for dealing with complex Employee Relation Issues
• Ensuring HR policies and procedures are adhered to
• Dealing with Trade Unions and wage negotiation processes
• Absence management and analyse attendance
• Responsible for recruitment processes and take part in the selection process and manage employee inductions
• Provide appropriate information to the payroll department
• Ensure accuracy of HR and Payroll information for time and attendance, electronic and manual record systems
• Responsible for HR reports and statistics
• Delivery of HR projects

Recruitment Consultant

  • YORK, NORTH YORKSHIRE
  • Permanent
  • 2 days ago

£17,000 to £25,000 Per annum

Why should I join REED?
You can receive first class training at the REED Business School in the Cotswolds, voted as one of the most beautiful places to study in the world. This is supplemented by tailored courses and online learning. REED encourages people to develop by providing:

• Annual career development reviews to discuss your aspirations
• Up to £500 towards training/qualifications you want to take in your personal time
• Professional qualification funding for those who want to achieve a qualification that’s linked to their role
Being the number 1 Recruitment Business Superbrand means better access to candidates and clients. The REED brand will give you a head start in your career as a new recruiter, resulting in higher chances of success and bonus earning potential from early in your career. In addition, we’ll give you:
• An uncapped and competitive bonus structure.
• Salary progression based on your achievement; we expect this to be more than just an annual increase.
• Regular high achievers award programmes involving prizes such as weekends away.
• Our rewards are visible and accessible meaning you know what you can achieve

Paraplanner

  • YORK, NORTH YORKSHIRE
  • Permanent
  • 3 weeks ago

Negotiable

My client are a wealth management organisation based on the outskirts of York.

Job Summary & Key Responsibilities

Request and review all necessary information and undertake financial analysis to produce financial reports for discussion with the Adviser. Undertake research to identify suitable solutions to meet the client’s needs. Request and obtain information/comparisons for analysis by the Adviser. Consider current and future allocation of assets for investment strategy with regard to client risk profile.

Check all compliance paperwork and internal sign off documents are present.

Prepare draft recommendation reports to be discussed/signed off by the Adviser. Ensure any recommendations detailed in a report are in line with any internal guidance/procedures.

Request and obtain application forms and other associated paperwork.

Submit paperwork when advice taken up in accordance with Company procedures. Ensure all paperwork is in order.

Ensure appropriate data is accurately recorded on Company back-office system(s) and updated in line with Company procedures.

Undertake annual reviews, where appropriate.

On-going servicing of clients as and when required.

Understand, follow and demonstrate compliance with all relevant internal and external rules, regulations and procedures that apply to the conduct of the business. Follow principles and rules of the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) and the internal requirements set out in the Compliance Manual, local and Group Compliance and Risk policies.

To ensure adherence to Department’s and Company procedures and Department’s Key Performance Indicators (KPIs).

Requirements 

Applicants will ideally hold, or will be close to acheiving their Level 4 Diploma in Financial Planning

Paraplanner

  • YORK, NORTH YORKSHIRE
  • Permanent
  • 3 weeks ago

£25,000 to £35,000 Per annum

My client are a successful IFA, who are looking to grow their team. This opportunity is based on the outskirts of York.

Helping the advisers provide excellent service to their clients, you will be responsible for preparing and maintaining the client's file.

This will involve data gathering, analysis, liaising with third parties and ensuring the highest level of compliance. You will be preparing bespoke suitability reports from scratch. As this is a highly technical role, you will need to have made progress towards your diploma and have experience in a regulated paraplanning, advice or compliance role.

Diploma qualified applicants are ideally suited to this position, the client will also consider applicants who have made progress towards the diploma.

Salary dependent on experience, apply today and a consultant will be in touch to discuss further details with you.

Recruitment Consultant

  • Yor
  • Permanent
  • 16 hours ago

£16,500 to £20,000 Per annum

• Delivering a world-class service that exceeds the expectations of the client. Candidate Activity :
• Searching/sourcing for candidates via direct advertising, job boards, social media and referrals.
• Conducting marketing activity to attract new candidates to register with REED.
• Developing strong relationships with candidates through effective networking.
• Registering and interviewing new candidates to evaluate their skills, experience and career goals. • Completing relevant background checks.
• Matching candidates to permanent opportunities and filling vacancies.
• Fully preparing candidates prior to them attending interview.
• Writing accurate and engaging candidate profiles and actively promoting them to clients.
• Working with urgency and ensuring that vacancies are filled to agreed timescales.
• Ensuring that all data relevant to the recruitment process is accurately recorded using internal databases.
• Ensuring all processes and procedures are followed to meet legislative and internal quality requirements.
• Producing ad-hoc reports as required.
• Compliance and general administration.

Recruitment Consultant

  • YORK, NORTH YORKSHIRE
  • Permanent
  • 16 hours ago

£16,500 to £20,000 Per annum

The role of a Recruitment Consultant within RSR is a professional sales role which can often be quite tough and demanding. For the right person, it is also very rewarding and exciting and can provide an excellent career as well as excellent earning potential.

As a Recruitment Consultant, you will be involved in the following;

• Developing business with new clients over the phone
• Attending business meetings with new and existing clients
• Maintaining working relationships with existing clients and identifying opportunities for further business
• Sourcing candidates to match your clients' recruitment needs
• Advertising vacancies in a professional and attractive manner, in order to find the best candidates
• Thoroughly Interviewing candidates and preparing them for interviews with your clients
• Negotiating offers between your clients and candidates
All job offers are subject to satisfactory references and compliance with vetting requirements applicable to the job role. Reed Specialist Recruitment is an equal opportunities employer. We aim to ensure that no candidate or employee receives less favourable treatment on the grounds of gender, race, disability, sexual orientation, religion or belief, age, gender reassignment, marital or civil partnership status, pregnancy or maternity. We offer a guaranteed interview scheme for disabled applicants who meet the minimum criteria.

REED is a global company, having grown organically from one office in Hounslow in 1960, to 425 offices in 180 locations worldwide. We know that our people are at the heart of our success and so it’s key that all our employees have the desire to progress and grow along with us. Our values make REED stand out from the crowd, and help us achieve and maintain our best in class status.

Recruitment Consultant

  • YORK, NORTH YORKSHIRE
  • Permanent
  • 16 hours ago

£16,500 to £20,000 Per annum

The role of a Recruitment Consultant within RSR is a professional sales role which can often be quite tough and demanding. For the right person, it is also very rewarding and exciting and can provide an excellent career as well as excellent earning potential.

As a Recruitment Consultant, you will be involved in the following;

• Developing business with new clients over the phone
• Attending business meetings with new and existing clients
• Maintaining working relationships with existing clients and identifying opportunities for further business
• Sourcing candidates to match your clients' recruitment needs
• Advertising vacancies in a professional and attractive manner, in order to find the best candidates
• Thoroughly Interviewing candidates and preparing them for interviews with your clients
• Negotiating offers between your clients and candidates
All job offers are subject to satisfactory references and compliance with vetting requirements applicable to the job role. Reed Specialist Recruitment is an equal opportunities employer. We aim to ensure that no candidate or employee receives less favourable treatment on the grounds of gender, race, disability, sexual orientation, religion or belief, age, gender reassignment, marital or civil partnership status, pregnancy or maternity. We offer a guaranteed interview scheme for disabled applicants who meet the minimum criteria.

REED is a global company, having grown organically from one office in Hounslow in 1960, to 425 offices in 180 locations worldwide. We know that our people are at the heart of our success and so it’s key that all our employees have the desire to progress and grow along with us. Our values make REED stand out from the crowd, and help us achieve and maintain our best in class status.

Recruitment Consultant

  • YORK, NORTH YORKSHIRE
  • Permanent
  • 16 hours ago

£16,500 to £20,000 Per annum

The role of a Recruitment Consultant within RSR is a professional sales role which can often be quite tough and demanding. For the right person, it is also very rewarding and exciting and can provide an excellent career as well as excellent earning potential.

As a Recruitment Consultant, you will be involved in the following;

• Developing business with new clients over the phone
• Attending business meetings with new and existing clients
• Maintaining working relationships with existing clients and identifying opportunities for further business
• Sourcing candidates to match your clients' recruitment needs
• Advertising vacancies in a professional and attractive manner, in order to find the best candidates
• Thoroughly Interviewing candidates and preparing them for interviews with your clients
• Negotiating offers between your clients and candidates
All job offers are subject to satisfactory references and compliance with vetting requirements applicable to the job role. Reed Specialist Recruitment is an equal opportunities employer. We aim to ensure that no candidate or employee receives less favourable treatment on the grounds of gender, race, disability, sexual orientation, religion or belief, age, gender reassignment, marital or civil partnership status, pregnancy or maternity. We offer a guaranteed interview scheme for disabled applicants who meet the minimum criteria.

REED is a global company, having grown organically from one office in Hounslow in 1960, to 425 offices in 180 locations worldwide. We know that our people are at the heart of our success and so it’s key that all our employees have the desire to progress and grow along with us. Our values make REED stand out from the crowd, and help us achieve and maintain our best in class status.

Recruitment Consultant

  • Yor
  • Permanent
  • 16 hours ago

£16,500 to £20,000 Per annum

• Delivering a world-class service that exceeds the expectations of the client. Candidate Activity :
• Searching/sourcing for candidates via direct advertising, job boards, social media and referrals.
• Conducting marketing activity to attract new candidates to register with REED.
• Developing strong relationships with candidates through effective networking.
• Registering and interviewing new candidates to evaluate their skills, experience and career goals. • Completing relevant background checks.
• Matching candidates to permanent opportunities and filling vacancies.
• Fully preparing candidates prior to them attending interview.
• Writing accurate and engaging candidate profiles and actively promoting them to clients.
• Working with urgency and ensuring that vacancies are filled to agreed timescales.
• Ensuring that all data relevant to the recruitment process is accurately recorded using internal databases.
• Ensuring all processes and procedures are followed to meet legislative and internal quality requirements.
• Producing ad-hoc reports as required.
• Compliance and general administration.

Senior/Manager

  • YORK, NORTH YORKSHIRE
  • Permanent
  • 1 week ago

£30,000 to £45,000 Per annum

To keep up with the general expansion of the firm they are looking for experienced accountants who will be able to take on their own portfolio of clients. This role will be very much a career building role with your progression being at the forefront, you will be client facing and keen to build good, solid relationships with both new and existing clients as you will be the sole contact for them.

They will look at both newly qualified as well as manager level accountants, for a newly qualified the pathway will lead to manager level up to partner, for a more senior accountant the pathway will begin at manager level and take you to partner.

HR Assistant

  • YORK, NORTH YORKSHIRE
  • Permanent
  • 16 hours ago

£20,000 to £20,400 Per annum

Key tasks will be:

• Recruitment
• Absence Monitoring
• System administration of the HR database/ HR Records/Staff Intranet
• Annual Leave
• Production of Reports
• Support for HR team
• HR Document Controller
• Training Administration
• General Administration

HR Assistant

  • YORK, NORTH YORKSHIRE
  • Permanent
  • 16 hours ago

£20,000 to £20,400 Per annum

Key tasks will be:

• Recruitment
• Absence Monitoring
• System administration of the HR database/ HR Records/Staff Intranet
• Annual Leave
• Production of Reports
• Support for HR team
• HR Document Controller
• Training Administration
• General Administration

Accounts Receivable Clerk

  • YORK, NORTH YORKSHIRE
  • Contract
  • 2 days ago

£18,000 to £20,000 Per annum

An excellent opportunity exists for an experienced Accounts Receivable Clerk to work within this central York-based organisation on a 9-month fixed term contract basis. Supporting the Finance Manager you will manage and maintain the Sales Ledger keeping outstanding debts to a minimum

Sales Ledger
• Promptly and accurately generate weekly and monthly Sales Invoices to maximise income
• Proactively collect outstanding debts and keep bad debts to a minimum, escalating and issues when necessary
• Provide reconciled data for invoicing purposes
Housing Ledger
• Reconcile rent accounts ensuring the accurate information of amounts owed
• Update systems and track receipts
• Ensure timely collection of direct debit payments
• Process refunds due and overpayments
• Assist credit control in analysing and prioritising accounts in arrears
Finance
• Regular arrears reviews to provide debt data to the FD and inform of collection issues and provision of debt
• Prepare monthly prepayments journal to ensure accurate financial position
• Generate bank standing orders

The successful candidate:
• Experience working in Debt Recovery or a related revenue role (minimum 1 year)
• AAT would be desirable as would evidence of continued training and development
• Excellent IT skills particularly Excel, experience of using Microsoft reporting tools and producing performance data

This role would suit a professional candidate who possesses excellent numeracy skills and is able to understand and analyse complex problems to develop solutions. You will have effective communication skills (verbal and written) and interpersonal skills. Ability to organise and prioritise own workload in order to meet targets and tight deadlines is a must, as is the ability to work flexibility.

Deputy Director of Finance

  • York
  • Permanent
  • 4 days ago

Negotiable

• Develop and implement systems and structures that underpin the day to day financial administration of the University and be accountable for the effective delivery of a cost effective, timely and relevant finance service that meets the needs of the University.
• Maintain an appropriate and efficient system of financial control.
• Ensure the production of the statutory annual accounts for the University, ensuring completeness and accuracy.
• Ensure the timely and accurate production of all financial and statutory returns to funding bodies and relevant other parties.
• Ensure full regulatory and legal compliance and that appropriate financial records are maintained to meet external requirements, including Tax, VAT and PAYE.
• Ensure an efficient system of financial accounting and transaction processing including payroll, purchasing, treasury management, cash flow forecasting, invoicing, accounts receivable and fixed assets.
• Ensure that appropriate systems, policies and procedures are in place in relation to procurement and the selection and control of suppliers and service providers.
• Work with the Executive Director of Finance on the annual budget setting process, ensuring effective collaboration and liaison between the staff in the Finance department and budget holders.
• Ensure the timely and accurate production of monthly accounts and periodic forecasts for departments and schools and produce monthly financial performance reports, including forecast outturn, balance sheet, cash flow and KPIs for the Executive Board, Professional Services Leadership Team and Academic Leadership Team.
• With the Executive Director of Finance continually maintain an up-to-date five-year financial forecast that will facilitate the delivery of the Strategic Plan.
• Play a key role in University-wide business decisions through appropriate costing and pricing models and engagement in contract negotiations.
• Provide strategic and operational leadership for the finance team to ensure the delivery and achievement of strategic objectives.

Deputy Director of Finance

  • York
  • Permanent
  • 4 days ago

Negotiable

• Develop and implement systems and structures that underpin the day to day financial administration of the University and be accountable for the effective delivery of a cost effective, timely and relevant finance service that meets the needs of the University.
• Maintain an appropriate and efficient system of financial control.
• Ensure the production of the statutory annual accounts for the University, ensuring completeness and accuracy.
• Ensure the timely and accurate production of all financial and statutory returns to funding bodies and relevant other parties.
• Ensure full regulatory and legal compliance and that appropriate financial records are maintained to meet external requirements, including Tax, VAT and PAYE.
• Ensure an efficient system of financial accounting and transaction processing including payroll, purchasing, treasury management, cash flow forecasting, invoicing, accounts receivable and fixed assets.
• Ensure that appropriate systems, policies and procedures are in place in relation to procurement and the selection and control of suppliers and service providers.
• Work with the Executive Director of Finance on the annual budget setting process, ensuring effective collaboration and liaison between the staff in the Finance department and budget holders.
• Ensure the timely and accurate production of monthly accounts and periodic forecasts for departments and schools and produce monthly financial performance reports, including forecast outturn, balance sheet, cash flow and KPIs for the Executive Board, Professional Services Leadership Team and Academic Leadership Team.
• With the Executive Director of Finance continually maintain an up-to-date five-year financial forecast that will facilitate the delivery of the Strategic Plan.
• Play a key role in University-wide business decisions through appropriate costing and pricing models and engagement in contract negotiations.
• Provide strategic and operational leadership for the finance team to ensure the delivery and achievement of strategic objectives.

Deputy Director of Finance

  • York
  • Permanent
  • 4 days ago

Negotiable

• Develop and implement systems and structures that underpin the day to day financial administration of the University and be accountable for the effective delivery of a cost effective, timely and relevant finance service that meets the needs of the University.
• Maintain an appropriate and efficient system of financial control.
• Ensure the production of the statutory annual accounts for the University, ensuring completeness and accuracy.
• Ensure the timely and accurate production of all financial and statutory returns to funding bodies and relevant other parties.
• Ensure full regulatory and legal compliance and that appropriate financial records are maintained to meet external requirements, including Tax, VAT and PAYE.
• Ensure an efficient system of financial accounting and transaction processing including payroll, purchasing, treasury management, cash flow forecasting, invoicing, accounts receivable and fixed assets.
• Ensure that appropriate systems, policies and procedures are in place in relation to procurement and the selection and control of suppliers and service providers.
• Work with the Executive Director of Finance on the annual budget setting process, ensuring effective collaboration and liaison between the staff in the Finance department and budget holders.
• Ensure the timely and accurate production of monthly accounts and periodic forecasts for departments and schools and produce monthly financial performance reports, including forecast outturn, balance sheet, cash flow and KPIs for the Executive Board, Professional Services Leadership Team and Academic Leadership Team.
• With the Executive Director of Finance continually maintain an up-to-date five-year financial forecast that will facilitate the delivery of the Strategic Plan.
• Play a key role in University-wide business decisions through appropriate costing and pricing models and engagement in contract negotiations.
• Provide strategic and operational leadership for the finance team to ensure the delivery and achievement of strategic objectives.

Deputy Director of Finance

  • York
  • Permanent
  • 4 days ago

Negotiable

• Develop and implement systems and structures that underpin the day to day financial administration of the University and be accountable for the effective delivery of a cost effective, timely and relevant finance service that meets the needs of the University.
• Maintain an appropriate and efficient system of financial control.
• Ensure the production of the statutory annual accounts for the University, ensuring completeness and accuracy.
• Ensure the timely and accurate production of all financial and statutory returns to funding bodies and relevant other parties.
• Ensure full regulatory and legal compliance and that appropriate financial records are maintained to meet external requirements, including Tax, VAT and PAYE.
• Ensure an efficient system of financial accounting and transaction processing including payroll, purchasing, treasury management, cash flow forecasting, invoicing, accounts receivable and fixed assets.
• Ensure that appropriate systems, policies and procedures are in place in relation to procurement and the selection and control of suppliers and service providers.
• Work with the Executive Director of Finance on the annual budget setting process, ensuring effective collaboration and liaison between the staff in the Finance department and budget holders.
• Ensure the timely and accurate production of monthly accounts and periodic forecasts for departments and schools and produce monthly financial performance reports, including forecast outturn, balance sheet, cash flow and KPIs for the Executive Board, Professional Services Leadership Team and Academic Leadership Team.
• With the Executive Director of Finance continually maintain an up-to-date five-year financial forecast that will facilitate the delivery of the Strategic Plan.
• Play a key role in University-wide business decisions through appropriate costing and pricing models and engagement in contract negotiations.
• Provide strategic and operational leadership for the finance team to ensure the delivery and achievement of strategic objectives.
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