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  • Oxford, South East
  • £ 40,000 - £ 45,000 per year
    • Permanent
  • 17 Jun 2019

C# Developer - Oxford - 40k-45k

Time to pursue an opportunity that will allow you to progress your technical skill set? In this role you will be playing a pivotal role within the software development team of a market leader in the supply chain industry, collaborating on a global level on a number of exciting projects and challenges…

You will have…



* 3+ years commercial experience in C# or .NET software development
* 2:1 degree or above in software development
* Experience working within an agile environment
* A strong passion for technology and software development
* Unity 3D
* Jira / Kanban

A bit more on the role…

We are looking for an experienced and proactive C# Developer to join a hugely successful and innovative provider of supply chain solutions based in the Oxford area. We are ideally looking for a developer who can take a proactive approach in driving innovative projects.

You must also be able to demonstrate previous experience in working to and achieving project milestones and have the ability to work in a multi-project environment. In return the company offer an excellent working environment where you will have the opportunity to make a big impact on a growing business.

The package…



* 25 days annual leave
* Generous pension contribution
* On site parking
* Restaurant-canteen facilities
* Superb and collaborative work place culture

What to do next...

Please send your CV to Matilda or call for instant consideration

Email: Matilda . Harding @ Randstad .co.uk

Direct dial: 0117 311 6449

Randstad Technologies Ltd is a leading specialist recruitment business for the IT industry. Please note that due to a high level of applications, we can only respond to applicants whose skills & qualifications are suitable for this position. No terminology in this advert is intended to discriminate against any of the protected characteristics that fall under the Equality Act 2010. For the purposes of the Conduct Regulations 2003, when advertising permanent vacancies we are acting as an Employment Agency, and when advertising temporary/contract vacancies we are acting as an Employment Business.

  • Stirling, Scotland
  • £110 - £140 per day +
    • Contract
  • 17 Jun 2019
IT Service Desk / Helpdesk Analyst / 2nd Line Support
IT contractor required for a successful and award winning cyber security business, with offices in Stirling, to provide 1st and 2nd line support as well as be involved in some internal IT project work. The contract will run for an initial 3 - 6 month period, with potential to go permanent for the right individual.

Responsibilities will be:
*Supporting the company user base of circa 150
*Dealing with some 1st line service desk tickets, but taking responsibility for the majority of 2nd line support tickets
*Helping clear a backlog of current support tickets before moving forward on to related project work
*Use of SCCM to set up and update computers
*Set up and manage users accounts
*Set up laptops and desktops for end users
*Set up mobile devices
*Maintain asset management
*Accept and record deliveries in asset management system.
*Complete operational tasks e.g. maintain back up, checking status, changing tapes etc.
*Managing SPAM filter requests

To secure the contract you must have good 1st and 2nd line IT Support experience and be a technically adept and well organised individual. You will demonstrate good communication skills, work well as part of a team and have a great understanding of excellent customer service and work with a customer centric approach.

You should have experience of supporting a Windows environment, Microsoft Office, Active Directory, SCCM and an understanding of basic networking - TCP/IP, DHCP, DNS, VPN.

The daily rate is £110 - £140 p/d depending on the experience you bring to the role. This is a fast growing business, specialising in networking and security across an impressive client base, that may well offer longer term opportunities for the right individual. Please send your CV to register your interest in this role and stand a chance of securing an interview quoting the reference ASH17677RT/FF/A.


The Ashdown Group Ltd acts as an employment agency in respect of permanent vacancies and as an employment business in respect of temporary vacancies.
  • London
  • 17 Jun 2019

Business Development Executive


Location: Shoreditch



We’re looking for a Business Development Executive to open discussions and build relationships with exciting prospects across the retail industry. The role has been created in response to growing demand from high-profile, multi-market retailers who have complex and varied requirements. They are organisations with established buying processes and high expectations when it comes to vendors.



Who are we?


Ometria was created with the mission to help retailers create marketing experiences their customers will love. Our core technology is a customer marketing platform that enables retailers to send personalised marketing messages throughout the customer journey, increasing customer loyalty and lifetime value. We were just named 9th fastest growing UK tech company by Deloitte and are approaching our Series B fundraising round, so it’s a really exciting time to join the business.



On this journey to providing a product that really stands out we have grown a team of driven, self-reflective and dedicated Ometrians. We’re committed to finding candidates who can grow and flourish here, adding to the team culture.



What will you be doing?


As a Business Development Executive you will be working as part of our Mid-Market Revenue team of 14 people (wider Revenue team of 25) to source new opportunities through outbound cold calls, emails, inbound lead follow-up, marketing campaign follow-up, networking, conferences, breakfasts & face to face meetings.



You will qualify opportunities, ensuring that they are the correct fit for Ometria, before working with the Business Development Manager to build effective closing plans.



What kind of people do well in this role?


  • Experienced
    You have experience working in an outbound B2B sales development role, opening doors and qualifying opportunities

  • People person
    You pride yourself on your people skills, including the ability to build trust with strangers over the phone, over email, and face to face

  • Obsessive about learning
    You love learning new information and take proactive steps to educate yourself on what’s happening in the industry and how you can perform better in your role.

  • Goal-driven
    You have boundless positive energy and motivation, and the desire to work hard and do what it takes to win and make sales.

  • Improvement-focused
    You’re organised and able to prioritise in a busy environment. You actively seek feedback on what is and isn’t working, and proactively suggest initiatives to increase productivity, and promote happiness across the team.


Why join Ometria?


One of our values is “It’s awesome to be here”, here are some of the reasons we love working here:


  • Team of amazing people
    We are committed to hiring the right people and maintaining our culture as we grow

  • Making sure you’ll have an impact
    We’re solving interesting challenges and you’ll have a say in how we solve them

  • Supporting learning and development
    We’re in this together and want you to become the best and feel supported as you do so. We want all Ometrians to be able to continually learn and grow in their roles, with our development fund we make sure the team has the tools they need to excel.

  • Going above and beyond to help each other
    We’re all part of the bigger picture. We love helping each other to thrive and celebrate success together.
  • Uckfield, East Sussex
  • £55,000
    • Permanent
  • 17 Jun 2019

My client is a global leading engineering firm going through continued growth & expansion. They have a newly created role for an experienced MS Dynamics 365 engineer to support and manage their worldwide D365 ERP environment.

As their IT Business Systems ERP Manager you will be highly technical, ideally with MS Azure cloud experience, but also have the experience and confidence to deal with vendors, suppliers, stakeholders and regional managers.

The core of this position will be to support and manage the Azure cloud based Dynamics 365 configuration, maintenance and regular updates. Supporting the application through the knowledge LCS you will be responsible for ongoing system maintenance and platform release testing.

Although this role will be predominantly based in Uckfield, there will be the opportunity to work from home once you have settled in and got to grip with the systems and the role.

My client is offering a salary of between £45,000 - £55,000 and can offer an exciting and progressive work environment working on cutting edge technology at a global scale. If you are an experienced Dynamics 365 (D365) engineer with solid business IT systems management please send me your CV immediately. Please state ref: ASH17795CP in the subject line.

The Ashdown Group Ltd acts as an employment agency in respect of permanent vacancies and as an employment business in respect of temporary vacancies.

  • Farnborough, Hampshire
  • Up to £32000 per annum
    • Permanent
  • 17 Jun 2019
IT 2nd Line Infrastructure Support - £32,000 - Farnborough, Hampshire

A fantastic opportunity has arisen for a Second Line Engineer within a global aviation firm. Reporting directly to the Service Desk Manager, the company are looking for a candidate to support and maintain client's infrastructure, hardware and software including the installation and configuration of new solutions.

Responsibilities:
- Manage and maintain Active directory and Group policy.
- Provide out of office hours on call support, on a rota basis.
- Liaise with 3rd party vendors and suppliers.
- Carry out regular server reviews.

Key skills:
- A minimum of 3 years' experience within a 2nd line technical role.
- Expert in diagnosing, repairing and solving hardware/software server and network related issues.
- Understanding of Microsoft SQL, SharePoint, Microsoft Exchange.
- Understanding of virtualisation solutions (VMWare and Hyper-V.
- Understanding of networking principles VLANs and VPNs.

To apply:
If you think you have the right experience and would like to apply to the role then please send a copy of your CV to esayer@ashdowngroup.com with the reference 'ASHVN083ES12' in the subject line.

The Ashdown Group Ltd acts as an employment agency in respect of permanent vacancies and as an employment business in respect of temporary vacancies.
  • London
  • 17 Jun 2019
ABOUT NATIVE SNACKS

We are a fast growing challenger snack brand part of the NatWest Accelerator. Native Snacks is looking for a Brand Ambassador to join our team. We’re looking for a proactive and confident self-starter to represent Native Snacks.

Feed your discovery – Native Snacks is on a mission to introduce new and exciting, better for you plant-based snacks. To experience a country, you need to experience its food. We unearth native snacks from across the world and bring them back for you to discover.

We take pride in our planet; we care about sustainability, support local charities and give back every step of the way. Join us in all things naturally Native and be part of our journey.

THE ROLE:

As a Native Student Brand Ambassador you will live and breath the Native brand and drive awareness at your university.

As an extension of our team you’ll be building relationships with store managers and ensuring we’re performing well in store, as well as conducting samplings to support sales and marketing.

THE PERSON:

- Proactive and confident self-starter

- Bright and energetic

- Loves food, sustainability and snacking

- Take on challenges, hustles and love meeting new people

THE JOB:

- 2nd / final year of University

- Past experience in sales or promotional roles is good to have but not a must have

- Part-time work which is flexible around your University schedule. You choose slots that work for you!

- £10-12 per hour, depending on sales experience

THE PERKS:

- Gain invaluable experience for your CV, working for one of the most exciting, and fastest growing FMCG companies, included on the NatWest Accelerator.

- Native Popped Lotus Seeds for you and your housemates to enjoy.

- Training day hosted at Native HQ in London and beers and snacks meetups.

- Prizes for the best performing Student Brand Ambassadors throughout the year.

Sounds good, what next? We’d love you to get in touch with your CV and why you would be a good fit for Native Snacks and we’ll get right back to you.
  • City of London, London
  • £38000 - £40000 per annum
    • Permanent
  • 17 Jun 2019
CRM Executive / CRM Associate / CRM Specialist - central London - £40,000 plus 10% bonus and excellent benefits!!

An amazing opportunity to join a high end, boutique and award winning financial services firm as a CRM professional.

In this role you will work closely with the Head of Marketing, focusing on the engagement, conversion and retention strategies to increase client acquisition and lifetime value.

To be suitable for this role you must;
-Have CRM strategy experience gained within financial services environment - ideally FX. However, experience across any of the following would be considered particularly attractive: spread betting, CFD's, options, futures, equities, derivatives.
-Have strong experience with Salesforce and maintaining reports
-Possess the ability to interpret data and drive business solutions
-Have strong stakeholder management skills

This is an exciting time to join a business enjoying exponential growth and successes in the industry.

The Ashdown Group Ltd acts as an employment agency in respect of permanent vacancies and as an employment business in respect of temporary vacancies.
  • London
  • 17 Jun 2019
We are looking for a hardworking, enthusiastic customer interactions representative to focus on providing exceptional, friendly, and professional service to Soldo’s corporate customers.


Primary Responsibilities:

- Support customers (by e-mail, telephone, social media, chat and Skype) with any query they may have including in relation to transaction processing, reporting requirements and related integration and technical queries.

- Accurately resolve customer queries and manage an escalation process to maintain customer satisfaction.

- Call existing customers to gather feedback to be shared with the rest of the business.

- Initiate appropriate actions to deal with issues likely to impact service delivery, such as system failures or temporary interruptions.

- Understand and comply with the key objectives of the company

- Deliver service / quality standards to agreed levels

- Carry out any other duties requested by the line manager in relation to the role


Requirements:

- Minimum 2 years experience dealing with customers over the phone or via email in a Fintech, Payment or accounting software company.

- Ability to build and maintain good working relationships.

- Committed to improving levels of Customer Care.

- Analytical approach to problem solving and a flexible approach to work, with the ability to multitask.

- Knowledge of MS Outlook, Word and Excel.

- Previous experience with Help desk software products is desirable.

- Professional telephone manner, with good listening skills.

- Fluent English speaker, with excellent verbal and written skills.


Benefits:

- Competitive salary.

- Private Health Insurance

- Career progression opportunities

- 25 days of holiday, plus public holidays
  • London
  • 17 Jun 2019

Contractor to join an intrapreneurial start-up venture building an employability solution


At Pearson we have a rare opportunity for a driven, entrepreneurial individual who is excited to get the experience of working on an employability start-up, with the unique benefits of innovation coaches and corporate backing by Pearson – the world’s leading learning company with global reach and market-leading businesses.


In 2018 a small team of employees from Pearson VUE successfully pitched to receive £200k of seed-stage funding from Pearson’s internal incubator, the Tomorrow’s Markets Incubator (TMI). The Tomorrow’s Markets Incubator is designed to build completely new products, with new business models, that reach new customer markets for Pearson, and deliver social impact through reaching underserved communities.


The team have completed comprehensive market research and are in the ‘prototype phase’ of the incubator. They are in the process of taking a concept on paper and turning it into an actual business (the minimum viable venture) that is ready to begin pilot sales. Ventures in the incubator follow a unique ‘venture innovation’ methodology, and the Field Assistant will be expected to learn and effectively apply that methodology in their role, in support of the Venture Director and Field Lead.


In addition to direct funding, the Tomorrow’s Markets Incubator provides support to venture teams by way of strategic guidance and hands-on coaching that the Field Assistant will benefit from.



The Role


The Venture Field Assistant will join a small, dynamic team of employees from Pearson VUE. In this career-enhancing opportunity, it will be your responsibility to:


  • Assist the Venture Field Lead to conduct desk, academic and in-field customer research with diverse customer demographics and employer organisations. This will include designing the research plan, building research guides, identifying who to interview, executing research to uncover unarticulated pain points and taking detailed notes

  • Ability to synthesise both quantitative and qualitative research into key findings, to demonstrate an understanding of the market and strategic realities within a corporation and use insight to drive a fully-fledged start-up that is capable of generating significant revenue

  • Help analyse successes and failures from any testing of the ‘minimum viable venture’ (note: this includes not just testing the product but the marketing, HR support, customer acquisition, etc.)

  • Build exceptional relationships with internal and external stakeholders (including the Pearson leadership team, the TMI investment committee, potential customers, etc.)

  • Help with day-to-day project management: scheduling meetings, collating meeting notes, writing regular status reports to the core TMI team, communicating with precision and clarity on the venture’s latest progress and next steps

  • Track and monitor key performance indicators, including compiling reports as inputs into operational and/or financial modelling activities e.g. researching market wages

  • Use own initiative to ensure the team stays “on track” to plan, be adaptable to take on a diverse range of tasks, to manage multiple deadlines and deliverable, and to effectively manage own workload in a dynamic and ever changing startup environment (e.g. can work under pressure).

You will come with a strong academic background and some professional and/or entrepreneurial experience, perhaps having contributed to start-up businesses in your career, and ideally with good knowledge of the education and/or recruitment industry.


We are looking for someone with a strong can-do attitude, great people skills, entrepreneurial spirit, determination to problem solve in an uncertain environment and evolving project definition of success. As the Venture Field Assistant, you will have strong research and analytical skills (both exploratory and evaluative), experience reporting and KPI tracking, an eye for detail, be highly organised and able to independently structure and lead your own work. You will be working in a fast paced, detail oriented and flexible environment and must be open to adapting your knowledge and skills to suit the requirements of the accelerator programme and are comfortable with non-traditional work hours. Think start-up rather than corporate!


In return, you will gain hands on experience in all aspects of venture development (e.g. how to build a profitable business), learn a proprietary venture innovation methodology, get exposure to experienced innovation coaches and be part of the team redefining recruitment.


You will report to the Venture Field Lead, and work closely with the Venture Director, Tomorrow’s Market Incubator external support team and an experienced venture innovation coach. Key to the success of this position will be working closely with the Venture Field Lead, following directives in a support role, to build a minimum viable venture.



The Opportunity


Venture Field Assistant

  • Flexible working location (field office and/or home-based)
  • London/Manchester based with monthly travel opportunities to Manchester/ London
  • Project expected to last up to 6 months (with potential option for contract renewal)
  • Pay rate up to £22,500 – £28,000 pro-rata, working full-time hours
  • Independent contractor



How to Apply


Please complete the answers below and send to Alexandra.Simmons@pearson.com along with a copy of your CV.


We are reviewing applications regularly and interviews are being scheduled now, therefore we encourage you to submit your application as soon as possible. Should you have any questions please message Alexandra.


Wishing you the very best of success with your application!



Application Questions


1/ What is the biggest challenge with the way employment / recruitment currently happens today?


2/ What elements are needed to make a venture successful?


3/ Please tell us about a recent project where you have been responsible for completing in-depth research to uncover insights using both consumer research and data analysis.
[We are interested in your approach to problem solving through research, your ability to identify themes, and how you collate and validate ideas]


4/ What other skills or experience do you have, that we did not mention in the job description, but would make you particularly effective at this role?


5/ Why are you interested in this role?


  • Edinburgh
  • 17 Jun 2019

Content & Communications Coordinator – FutureX


Thank you for your interest in the Content & Communications Coordinator position! Please read over the job description and requirements carefully before you begin.


Location: Edinburgh
Salary: £19,500 – £21,500 (dependent on experience)
Full-time, Permanent
Closing date: 30th June
Interview date: w/c 8th July
Starting date: w/c 15th July



ABOUT THE COMPANY
FutureX is empowering the purposeful. Our aim is to connect, inspire and educate businesses to put humanity and values at the very core of what they do. We believe that the power of business can be harnessed to create a new global economy that puts people and the planet first.


We curate and create resources for individuals and businesses, supporting purpose-driven approaches and new methodologies. Each year, we host a variety of programmes and events, bringing together some of the brightest minds of our time in iconic venues across the UK and beyond. Our portfolio includes Startup Summit, Scotland’s leading startup event; Impact Summit, one of the largest celebrations of values-led business in the UK; the Silicon Valley Accelerate programme; and regular informal socials for our community.


We also share a selection of digital resources and articles with our audience, mixing our own content with thought leadership pieces and opportunities from our network. This is something we are looking to grow in the future.


Our work connects us with business leaders, governments, corporations and game-changing individuals – all of whom have a role to play in redefining the role of business in today’s world.


THE ROLE
You will play a key role in creating and delivering external content and communications from FutureX. You will work across a variety of events and programmes, maintaining the distinctive style of each.


Working with, and reporting to the Head of Events & Marketing, your responsibilities will involve:


  • Produce copy for marketing materials for events and programmes, including information guides, partner packs, one-pagers and websites
  • Create press releases, maintain relationships with the press and generate new leads with publications
  • Communicate with a variety of audience types with frequent newsletters and mailshots
  • Write thought-leadership pieces and blog posts based around the ecosystem, current events and values-led entrepreneurship
  • Maintain and develop the house styles for each branded event and core FutureX website
  • Proofread copy and content from the rest of the team and external contributors
  • Provide engaging copy for social media channels including Twitter, LinkedIn, Instagram and Facebook

FutureX believe in providing a safe space for our team to grow and flourish. All ideas, thoughts and opinions are welcomed as we work collaboratively. We have embraced a flexible working policy, which is designed to empower our team to manage their workload in whichever format is optimal for them. We believe this allows people greater ownership of productivity and provides a greater sense of accomplishment and quality of life.


REQUIREMENTS
FutureX is looking for a bright, confident and proactive person who is passionate about making a positive impact on the world through their work. Applicants from all academic backgrounds are welcome as long as you can prove that you have the skills to do the job.


You must be computer literate, be considerate and personable when dealing with people, and have excellent oral and written communication skills.


You will be expected to generate ideas, working confidently to organise and implement projects both with the team and independently. The successful candidate will be comfortable working across multiple projects at the same time and will be able to demonstrate the following skills:


  • Excellent written and spoken English
  • Self-starter who can work independently, as well as part of a wider team
  • Confident in presenting ideas and solutions
  • Creative attitude towards content and marketing
  • Experience creating engaging content for different audiences using a range of social media platforms
  • Comfortable and confident communication skills – online and in person
  • Excellent planning and organisational skills
  • A hard-working team player with a willingness to support the team in any situation
  • Good attention to detail
  • Ability to work to deadlines
  • Eager to grow and develop with the role and the company

If you can, please highlight any experience in a similar role and send over any examples of your published work.


APPLICATION
Closing date for applications is Sunday June 30th, 5pm. Please answer the following questions and attach your tailored cover letter, CV and any relevant examples of your published work. All applications must be submitted by 5pm on the closing date. Please make sure to state the relevant information on your skills/experience relating to the role and requirements.