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Part Time Receptionist
CVS UK Ltd – Newcastle-under-Lyme ST5 2EG
We are currently recruiting for a Veterinary Receptionist to join us at County Vets is in Staffordshire and Cheshire!
We are looking for a Receptionists to join our team here at County Vets to assist in the day to day running of the veterinary practice. In this role you will be welcoming arrivals, handling queries, booking appointments, dealing with cancellations as well as other general receptionist duties.
Ideally you will have previous Receptionist experience as well as being enthusiastic, friendly, and reliable. Excellent communication skills are of course a must!
This is a part time role 20 hours per week. There will be a mixture of early, middle, and late shifts on a rota basis. Saturday shifts will also be included.
In return, you will receive a range of benefits including:
Company discounts. Access to our share save scheme, Up to 5 weeks a year holiday + Bank Holidays (Pro Rata)
Please note this role will include meeting animals.
Customer Service Advisor – Leek (in Sainsbury’s)
Argos – Leek ST13 8YG
Payrate: £8.80 per hour (£8.08 if under 21)
Contracts: Part-time 15 or 20 hours per week.
Be a Customer Advisor at Argos
As a colleague in Argos, you are part of something so much bigger than just retail. You are part of the Sainsbury’s winning team. You will have an important part to play in making sure you are in the right place at the right time, ready to create a fantastic shopping experience for our customers.
You could be working inside the Argos store serving customers or supporting in the stock room, or you could be helping your colleagues in one of the other Sainsbury’s departments. Whatever you are doing, you will be doing an amazing job for our customers.
Know your shifts. Most of our roles work part-time with a variety of shifts across the stores opening hours, including weekdays and weekends. You will have your guaranteed part-time hours every week and there may be overtime opportunities.
It is helpful but not necessary to have previous experience to work for us. What we really want to see is a passion for delivering excellent customer service, taking pride in the work that you do.
You will get plenty of benefits including holiday allowance of 22 days, a company pension, and a 10% discount in Argos and Sainsbury’s, and 25% in Habitat (after 3 months).
Customer Sales Assistant
Travis Perkins804 reviews – Newcastle-under-Lyme
Joining our friendly and hardworking family as a Customer Sales Assistant, you will be on the front line dealing with our customers that come into your branch; playing a vital role in our continued success, providing a first class service and keeping colleagues and customers safe at all times.
What will I be doing?
No one day is the same as the next in TP branch life, but here are a few pointers:
Our success is built on strong relationships with our customers so it’s essential that you can help deliver the highest standards of service – the key thing is to be helpful and friendly, you will likely get to know our customers on a first name basis.
You will handle requests, provide information on our products, prepare quotes, and help each customer with their purchase, taking our sales from good to great.
You will also be responsible for ensuring the safe and correct movement of our products around the branch.
Safety is at the forefront of everything we do, your aim will be to ensure that our standards never slip, by adhering to all stay safe policies and procedures.
What experience do you need?
This is a key customer facing role, you just need the ability to provide great customer service, we can teach you the rest.
Does this sound like you?
We hope you can say Yes to all the characteristics below – they are in the DNA of all our fantastic Customer Sales Assistants. Are you:
Someone that is highly adaptable, resilient, and tenacious with high levels of energy and drive.
Someone who thrives in a dynamic and fast paced environment.
Someone that has a friendly and outgoing personality who is happy to communicate face to face with customers and build strong relationships.
Superdrug – Tunstall
£9.47 an hour
Passionate about health and wellbeing? Love delivering exceptional Patient care. As a Superdrug Dispensing Assistant, you will support the Pharmacy team to deliver great service to customers. In a fast-moving environment, you will know how to have fun too, while keeping the pharmacy’s performance on track.
We’re a team that puts our customers and our teams at the heart of everything we do. At Superdrug, we aim to be the best in accessible health & beauty, loved by our customers for value, choice, friendly advice, service, and fun.
Our success comes from our people – they make the difference. We’re all about personality, we have fun, and we work hard to deliver That Superdrug feeling!
Here’s the exciting bit…a great day includes
In our Dispensing Assistants, we look for individuals who can support the Pharmacy Manager and team to ensure that all customers and patients are served with care and efficiency. Your role at Superdrug will be all about working on both the counter and in the dispensary.
It is a great experience that will prepare you for even bigger challenges. We will actively develop your skills with the potential to offer real career progression in the Pharmacy team!
What you’ll need to succeed
To come on board as a Superdrug Dispensing Assistant you will have NVQ Level 2 in Pharmacy Services or equivalent and previous experience of working in a community pharmacy role is essential.
You will enjoy working with others in a team, work well under pressure in a fast-paced environment and have a passion for learning and a willingness to be trained on additional services for the needs of the business.
Here’s how you are rewarded
Up to 28 days holiday
- Up to 30% discount for you and a nominated friend or family member
- Excellent training
- Internal progression opportunities
Hours:35 hours a week, Hourly Rate: £9.47
Essential Employment – Stoke-on-Trent
£8.72 an hour – Contract
Catering Assistant needed in Stoke Ref 5148569 Paying £8.72 per hr
- Assist in the preparation, production, heating, and reheating of food for patients, staff and visitors.
- To produce items using basic cooking techniques e.g. porridge, breakfast items, soup, sandwich, salads.
- To pick, pack, decant food items in required pack sizes.
- To work in all areas of the catering department including freezers, fridges, and cold rooms.
- To load and unload food, beverage trolleys manoeuvring in a range of locations.
- Always perform tasks wearing the correct uniform and protective clothing.
- Maintaining food hygiene standards and records as required to comply with statutory obligations and HACCP.
- To clean all areas of the catering department and equipment and undertake in line with the Daily Weekly Cleaning Schedules recording and signing off the required records using paper or electronic equipment.
- Wash up all items associated with the service using appropriate chemicals and equipment.
- Apply below
Apprentice Technical Support/Lean Manufacturing Operative
This role is ideal for those who enjoy getting stuck in, seeing jobs through, and working under pressure to meet tight customer deadlines. You would also improve working methods, meet customers and work in many other aspects to grow this entrepreneurial small business
Closing date: 07 Oct 2020
Possible start date: 21 Oct 2020
The successful candidate will receive full training in welding disciplines while working in a productive environment. For the right person, there is the opportunity to secure full time employment and progress to higher level qualifications.
- Closing date: 25 Sep 2020
- Possible start date: 05 Oct 2020
Customer Service Apprentice
An exciting opportunity has arisen for a Customer Service Apprentice. First point of contact for day to day enquiries from staff & visitors
- Closing date: 04 Oct 2020
- Possible start date: 12 Oct 2020
VOLUNTEERING Activity Volunteers
Agnes and Arthur
Safe Harbor are looking for Activity Volunteers to work closely with
our Activity Coordinators to provide meaningful activities in our homes and to aid with excursions if necessary.
Safe Harbor care homes providing residential dementia and respite care to adults in Stoke-on-Trent and, as such, you will be working with residents of varying capacities.
• To provide activities in accordance with each resident
Person-Centred Care Plan taking in to account their individual
interests, wishes and preferences.
• To treat residents with dignity and respect always.
• To respect residents’ right to confidentiality.
• To safeguard the residents always; and to always speak up if
you think that a resident is being harmed or negatively affected in
• To support the relatives, sponsors, and friends of relatives.
• To minimise risk by ensuring that policies/procedures and all
legislative and registration requirements are adhered to.
Community Fundraiser Volunteer
Stoke-on-Trent Where will you be volunteering? Come and join our team in Staffordshire.
In a nutshell
In this role you will be responsible for supporting fundraising activities in aid of Royal Voluntary Service within your local area. You will raise funds through various fun activities such as quiz nights fetes and raffles.
Be part of something
Exercise values and beliefs
Learn new skills
Make a difference
Make new friends
As a Community Fundraising Volunteer for Royal Voluntary Service you will be responsible for supporting fundraising activities in aid of Royal Voluntary Service within your local area. Volunteers help raise money in a variety of ways such as organising fêtes dinner dances curry & quiz nights Christmas concerts and raffles. This is an interesting and flexible role that could involve working with other volunteers to raise money or working independently on your own events.
You’ll need to have a friendly outgoing personality good communication skills honesty reliability passion and enthusiasm. If you have a can-do attitude and like to get stuck in, then this could be the role for you! Examples of fundraising volunteer opportunities include working with local shops schools’ rotary clubs and businesses for support such as displaying collection tins or posters giving raffle prizes and other donations and saying thank you on behalf of the charity. You can also fundraise yourself with activities such as helping at a bag pack at a local supermarket selling raffle tickets or baking a cake to sell at an event. We also have opportunities available for people with specific skills so please tell us what your strengths are when we meet.