Lynn Recruitment

Chef

2333
  • £10.00
  • Full-Time Temporary
Sous Chef temp wanted for Restaurant the Antrim area.  This is initially for a period of four weeks with the potential of a permanent position for the ideal candidate.  This is a full-time role at an hourly rate of £10.00 

Main Duties Include: 
  • To Prepare food and keep kitchen tidy
  • Working as part of a team to ensure service is fast
  • Cleaning kitchen and working areas
  • Food preparation (starters/ mains/ deserts)
  • Following Health and safety procedures 
Essential Criteria 
  • 1 years Chef experience

For more information on this role please call us on 02890234324. 

Please email your C.V. to belfast@lynnrecruitment.co.uk if you are interested in this position

  • £40000-£42000
  • Full-Time Permanent

We require a head chef for the Belfast area.  This is a full time / permanent role, with an annual salary between £40,000 - £42,000. 

Main Duties Include: 

  • Control and direct the food preparation process and any other relative activities
  • Construct menus with new or existing culinary creations ensuring the variety and quality of the servings
  • Approve and “polish” dishes before they reach the customer
  • Plan orders of equipment or ingredients according to identified shortages
  • Arrange for repairs when necessary
  • Remedy any problems or defects
  • Be fully in charge of hiring, managing and training kitchen staff
  • Oversee the work of subordinates
  • Estimate staff’s workload and compensations
  • Maintain records of payroll and attendance
  • Comply with nutrition and sanitation regulations and safety standards
  • Foster a climate of cooperation and respect between co-oworkers

Essential Criteria:

  • Proven experience as head chef
  • Exceptional proven ability of kitchen management
  • Ability in dividing responsibilities and monitoring progress
  • Outstanding communication and leadership skills
  • Up-to-date with culinary trends and optimized kitchen processes
  • Good understanding of useful computer programs (MS Office, restaurant management software, POS)
  • Credentials in health and safety training
  • Degree in Culinary science or related certificate

For more information on this role or any other vacancy please call us today on 028 9023 4324.

Please email your C.V. to belfast@lynnrecruitment.co.uk if you are interested in this position

  • £9.74
  • Full-Time Temporary
Driver – Labourers required in Belfast.  This is a full-time/temporary role at an hourly rate of £9.74.
 
You will be responsible for driving vehicles owned and operated by the Council. You must hold a minimum Category C driving licence and digital tachograph card. Knowledge of EU and Domestic drivers’ hours’ regulations and evidence of completion of Drivers CPC is essential. The role will require you being able to undertake duties in relation to the collection and disposal of waste materials.You must be prepared to work in all weather conditions, make early starts and be able to work flexible hours. This is a physically demanding job, the successful candidate will be expected to cover all aspects of the driver’s role including cleansing, loading duties, lifting and carrying boxes/bags and moving wheeled bins.
 
Summary of responsibilities and personal duties
  • To drive and be responsible for any allocated vehicle and any authorised passengers. Also to ensure that the vehicle is not overloaded and to safely manoeuvre the vehicle on the daily route.
  • To carry out refuse collection and recycling duties, with due regard to property and with minimum disturbance to members of the public, hence bins and other items should be emptied and returned to their proper location undamaged and with lids closed. Appropriate mechanical aids should be used and all spillages should be cleared up and gates closed after collection has been completed.
  • To empty all types of the receptacle and lift all loose waste, as required, ensuring the safe collection and disposal of waste. To undertake any inspection process required to ensure that the materials presented for recycling are not contaminated by non-appropriate materials. This will include both pre and post emptying of the receptacle.
Person Specification
  • Full current C1 category driving licence which enables them to drive in Northern Ireland
  • Full current Driver Certificate of Professional Competence (CPC) qualification
For more information on this role, please call us on 02890234324. 

Please email your C.V. to belfast@lynnrecruitment.co.uk if you are interested in this position

  • £9.78
  • Full-Time Temporary
Planning Administrative Assistant required in Newry.  This is a full time/temporary role, at an hourly rage of  £9.78. 
 
Duties and Responsibilities
  • To deal with all correspondence and telephone calls from Officers, Councillors, representatives of external organisations and members of the public, and to draft replies, route enquiries or refer to the appropriate officer for action.
  • To service and attend officer and external meetings as required including preparation of agendas, collation and distribution of supporting documentation, minute take at meetings, preparation and circulation of minutes, actions sheets, draft responses and arrange for the preparation of answers to queries from Councillors etc.
  • To assist in the administration of the section, including administration of budgets and financial assistance grants, preparing purchase orders, raising requisitions, recording expenditure and maintaining appropriate records etc.
  • To provide administrative support in the planning and delivery of events and conferences which may require working outside normal hours of business.
  • To collate data/information and produce statistical and other reports and presentations for internal and external use.
  • To assist in the production and distribution of internal and external communications in relation to the promotion of the Council, its services and facilities.
  • To operate and maintain manual and computerised information/filing systems including databases, spreadsheets etc.
  • To assist in the preparation and implementation of service business plans and to assist with the compilation of information for performance reports.
Essential Criteria 
  • Grade C or above in at least 4 GCSEs or equivalent, one of which must be GCSE English Language or equivalent and one of which must be a GCSE in a numerate subject or equivalent
  • 2 years’ previous experience of related duties in an office environment, including diary management, filing, typing of letters, reports etc.
  • Be able to demonstrate competence in use of e-mail and Microsoft office applications including word, excel and powerpoint.
For more information on this role, please call us on 02890234324.  

Please email your C.V. to belfast@lynnrecruitment.co.uk if you are interested in this position

  • £9.00
  • Full-Time Temporary

Gallery Attendant required in the Lisburn area.  This is a full time / temporary role at an hourly rate of £9.00 per hour. 

Gallery Attendants present the education programme through guiding visitors through tours of exhibitions and providing workshops. An important part of this role is to ensure the safety, security and cleanliness of associated areas within Castle Gardens and the Irish Linen Centre and Lisburn Museum. Duties involve assisting in the delivery of education services by participating in outreach and promotional programmes and special events, including the taking of photographs. 

Main Duties and Responsibilities 

  • To ensure the proper control and safety of the public to assist with the evacuation of the building in accordance with fire and security procedures. To maintain the security of the buildings and their contents by the invigilation of designated areas and galleries as required, carrying out security searches where necessary.
  • To provide guided tours and workshops for exhibitions, programmes and special events for the general public, schools and groups with special needs. To prepare for these by doing background reading.
  • To provide textile and craft demonstrations and subject based workshops such as hand-hackling, spinning, weaving and arts and crafts. To participate in training and practice to prepare as necessary materials and equipment for these.
  • To assist in the setting up of facilities for exhibitions and events which will included the carrying of furniture and equipment and assistance with display making. To clean, tidy and maintain facilities and exhibits to ensure public safety and enjoyment.
  • To assist on a rota basis with administration tasks such as stock taking, inventory, mailing and photocopying.
  • Ensure all Health and Safety legislation, published relevant guidelines and Council Health and Safety policies and procedures, including risk assessments are complied with in relation to the services and activities within facilities.
  • Any other duties seemed relevant to the post as directed 

Essential Criteria 

  • Five GCSEs Grace A-C or equivalent. One of these must be in a history, science and/or arts related subject
  • At least three years’ experience in one or more of the following;
    • Work as a gallery assistant in a museum, historic building or other heritage facility
    • Work with the public, preferably in an arts, history, science or crafts environment
    • Work in a customer care environment
    • Work with school children
  • Excellent communication skills and the ability to work as part of a team
  • Proven interest and ability in some area of arts or crafts e.g. needle skills, hand spinning or weaving, wood work, art, fine arts, drama
  • A current full driving licence and access to a car or have access to transport 

For more information on this role, please call us on 02890234324. 

Please email your C.V. to belfast@lynnrecruitment.co.uk if you are interested in this position

  • 9.00 per hour
  • Full-Time Permanent
Deli Assistant required full time for a busy Restaurant in County Down Area near Newtownards.  Working hours are Monday - Saturday, 7.30am - 5.30pm at an hourly rate of £9.00.
 
Main Duties include:
  • Packing fresh meats 
  • Serving customers 
  • Preparing food 
  • Cleaning
Essential Criteria 
  • Food safety knowledge 
  • Own transport 
  • 2 years experience in the kitchen 
  • Till experience
For more information on this role, please call us on 02890234324. 

Please email your C.V. to belfast@lynnrecruitment.co.uk if you are interested in this position

  • £11.19
  • Full-Time Temporary
We are recruiting for an Affordable Warmth Surveyor in Newry.  This is a full time / temporary role at an hourly rate of £11.19. 
 
The successful candidate will promote energy efficiency and the uptake of energy efficiency support through the Affordable Warmth Scheme.  The Affordable Warmth Programme will survey 1000 households per year within identified geographical areas and which are suffering from severe or extreme fuel poverty. The information will then be forwarded to the Northern Ireland Housing Executive who will work with eligible householders to improve the energy efficiency of the dwelling.
 
Duties and Responsibilities
  • Undertake programmed Affordable Warmth Scheme household surveys across the Newry, Mourne and Down Council area or on occasions as may be required, in other Council areas.
  • Generally promote energy efficiency to householders and respond to requests for advice.
  • Assist in the preparation, planning and administration of the survey work.
  • Report to the Programme Co-ordinator on a daily and weekly basis, providing updates and identifying any issues of concern.
Essential Criteria
  • Previous employment experience of completing administration duties including maintaining accurate records
  • At least one year's experience of dealing with the public in a customer service capacity.
  • At least one year's experience of working in partnership with a wide range of groups and individuals.
  • Full current driving licence and access to transport, or access to transport to meet the requirements of the post.
For more information on this role please call us on 02890234324. 

Please email your C.V. to belfast@lynnrecruitment.co.uk if you are interested in this position

  • 10.50 - 11.00
  • Full-Time Permanent
We are currently recruiting for HGV Class 1 & 2 Lorry Drivers in Armagh.  This is a full time / temporary role with working hours from 8:30am to 5:30pm Monday to Friday.
 
Main Duties and Responsibilities 
  • Mostly Class 2 work but some Class 1 so would need to have both licences.
  • Mostly local runs – within 1-2 hours of the Factory. 
  • Some overtime may be required from time to time. These may involve early starts (approx. 5am).
  • The role includes some yard duties while at the McShane Site.
Essential Criteria 
  • 2yrs minimum experience Class 1 driving
  • All cards up to date
  • Willing/able to carry out Yard duties
  • Forklift licence not essential but an advantage.
For more information on this role, please call us on 02890234324. 

Please email your C.V. to belfast@lynnrecruitment.co.uk if you are interested in this position

  • Competitive package
  • Full-Time Temporary

 We are looking for a dynamic and entrepreneurial Customer Services Executive for Belfast.  This is a full time/temporary role with working hours between 8am – 7.30pm on a rota basis with a competitive salary. 

The successful candidate will have an interest in working in providing top level customer care and will ideally understand the entertainment and leisure industry, though the latter is not strictly essential for a candidate eager to learn.

Duties and Responsibilities

  • Answering Customer Service Telephone queries
  • Responding to online/email Customer Service queries
  • Reporting to venues box offices and suppliers
  • Liaison with venue box offices on behalf of clients
  • Working with social buying and social media channels 
  • Proactively provide ideas and solutions towards the improvement of the business.
  • Any other reasonable operational duty requested by Manager

Essential skills

  • Experience in a Customer Service Role
  • Exceptional attention to detail
  • Excellent Telephone Manner
  • Experience of MS Office (Word, Excel and PowerPoint)
  • Strong numeric skills
  • Great communication skills (verbal and written)
  • Team/Solo player
  • Adaptable and flexible

Desirable skills 

  • Experience of a Venue Ticketing system
  • Experience of enta ticketing system

For more information on this role, please call us on 02890234324.  

Please email your C.V. to belfast@lynnrecruitment.co.uk if you are interested in this position

Driver

2278
  • £10-£11
  • Full-Time Temporary

Delivery driver required for well-known hospitality company delivering around the Belfast Area .  This is a full time /temporary role at hourly rate of £10.50. 

Main Duties include: 
  • Follow scheduled delivery routes, driving safely and responsibly
  • Following the correct procedures with every delivery – they ensure safety and great service
  • Take responsibility for keeping your vehicle clean and tidy
  • Keep your vehicle refuelled, maintained and operational, ready for the next delivery run
  • Making sure you carefully carry out all checks and procedures from pre-delivery to post-delivery
Essential Criteria
  • 7.5 ton license
  • CPC card
  • Digital tacograph card

For more information on this role or any other vacancy please call us on 028 9023 4324.

Please email your C.V. to belfast@lynnrecruitment.co.uk if you are interested in this position

  • Competitive
  • Full-Time Permanent
We are looking for an experienced Office Administrator, with Payroll and Sage experience. This is a full-time/permanent position with an immediate start.
The successful candidate will be responsible for administering and processing payroll, ensuring that each stage of the payroll process is actioned properly.  
 
Main Duties and Responsibilities 
  • Sage Payroll
  • Updating and maintaining computer records
  • General Clerical and Administrative duties
  • Typing reports and maintaining the filing system.

Essential Criteria 

  • 6 months experience in an admin role (face to face and/or on the telephone)
  • At least 6 months experience using Sage
  • Grade C or above in at least 4 GCSEs or equivalent, one of which must be GCSE English Language or equivalent.
For more information on this role, please call us on 02890234324.  

Please email your C.V. to belfast@lynnrecruitment.co.uk if you are interested in this position

  • £9.74ph
  • Full-Time Temporary

We are currently recruiting for a Clerical Officer in Craigavon, £9.74 per hour,  Hours: 37 hours per week (Monday to Friday 9.00 am to 5.00 pm) plus additional hours as required. A flexible working hours scheme is in operation and thi is a fixed term contract for 3 months, may be extended

The successful applicant will provide the necessary administrative services within the Human Resources and Organisational Development Department and provide a high level of customer service to all users. The duties of this post will include dealing with the public, employees and casual workers, incoming telephone calls and visitors, making telephone calls, liaising with various Council Departments, dealing with confidential/sensitive information, maintaining computer and other records, filing, typing, photocopying and providing general secretarial support.

Main Duties and Responsibilities 

  • Provide a full range of administration support and advice for all HR activities in relation to the recruitment and selection process.
    • Produce all recruitment documentation;
    • Input applicants on PAMS system;
    • Prepare interview documentation;
    • Organise all facilities necessary for interviews e.g. room booking, room set up etc.
    • Deal with first level enquiries from job applicants;
    • Check and photocopy all documentation provided by candidates;
    • Ensure all pre-employment checks are satisfied prior to issue of offer letter;
    • Prepare all correspondence for unsuccessful candidates;
    • Ensure recruitment files are complete and PAMS is up to date at completion of recruitment exercise.
  • Make all necessary administrative arrangements regarding new employees eg. preparation of handbooks, induction packs, policies & procedures, new start forms, annual leave cards, flexi records and creation of new personal files.
  • Liaise with line managers to ensure necessary induction procedures are completed and appropriate documentation is completed and filed.
  • Assist the Human Resources & Organisational Development Department to maintain and manage records in accordance with the Council’s Retention and Disposal Policy and General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) requirements.
  • Maintain computerised and manual personnel record systems eg. annual leave records, time off in lieu records, flexible working hours, absenteeism etc. on a regular basis.
  • Advise new employees on how to operate time recording system and be the first point of contact for any queries.
  • Operate the computerised Purchase Ordering system within the Human Resources Section. Process monthly accounts and liaise with suppliers as required. Ensure that all invoices are paid in accordance with the Council’s targets.
  • Organise and co-ordinate work experience placements and assist in the organisation of and/or represent the Council at school liaison initiatives.
  • Maintain an up-to-date list of Casual workers and respond to queries raised by casual workers.
  • Undertake clerical and secretarial duties including word processing, filing and photocopying as required.
  • Receive incoming mail (date stamp, record onto system and distribute).
  • Undertake any other relevant duties that may be required and are commensurate with the nature and grade of the post.

Essential Criteria 

  • A minimum of 5 GCSE’s (Grades A – C) or equivalent/comparable including English Language and Mathematics
  • 1 year’s relevant administrative experience to include the following:-
    • Dealing with the public in a customer service capacity;
    • Word processing documents;
    • Data input;
    • Record keeping.
  • 1 year’s experience of using Microsoft Office applications including Microsoft Word and Excel Experience in the administration of accounts/invoices
  • Experience of dealing with confidential/ sensitive information
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills;
  • Effective team member;
  • Ability to undertake multiple tasks with minimal supervision;
  • Ability to work under pressure and organise and prioritise work;
  • Ability to act on personal initiative and take decisions within agreed guidelines;
  • Able to exercise tact and discretion in relation to confidential matters.

For more information on this role, please call us on 02890234324.  

Please email your C.V. to belfast@lynnrecruitment.co.uk if you are interested in this position

  • £8.21
  • Part-Time Temporary

We are seeking a Catering Assistant with Barista and Cash Register Experience for a temporary, ongoing role. This role will commence on the 9th of September. Working hours are Adhoc at an hourly wage of £8.21.

Main Duties Include:

  • Food preparation
  • Food serving
  • Till operation
  • Cleaning
  • Making coffee and tea

Essential Criteria

  • At least six months experience in the following areas:
    • Food preparation
    • Barista experience
    • Dishwashing
    • Cash register
    • Cleaning

For more information on this role, call us on 02890234324.

Please email your C.V. to belfast@lynnrecruitment.co.uk if you are interested in this position

  • 26000 - 28000
  • Full-Time Permanent
We are seeking an experienced Sous Chef for a busy restaurant in Belfast. This is a full time/permanent position with an annual salary between £26,000 £28,000.
 
Duties & Responsibilities:
  • Leads kitchen team in chef's absence
  • Provides guidance to junior kitchen staff members, including, but not limited, to line cooking, food preparation, and dish plating
  • Oversees and organizes kitchen stock and ingredients
  • Hires and trains new kitchen employees to restaurant and kitchen standards
  • Manages food and product ordering by keeping detailed records and minimises waste, plus works with existing systems to improve waste reduction and manage budgetary concerns
Essential criteria:
  • 2+ years exeperience
  • Own transport
  • Experience with Functions and Events
For more information on this role, please call us on 02890234324.

Please email your C.V. to belfast@lynnrecruitment.co.uk if you are interested in this position

  • £24,000 - 26,000 pro rata (based on experience)
  • Part-Time Temporary

We currently recruiting for a Business Development Manager in Belfast.  This is a part-time/temporary role with an annual salary between £24,000 -£26,000.  

The Business Development Manager will drive overall success by delivering on a plan that generates ongoing business from a diverse range of new and existing clients. The Business Development Manager will ensure that the clients product offering focuses on providing children and young people with unique arts and creative events that are mindful of their social and environmental impact.  Working together with the General Manager, they will work on a strategic vision for that promotes and enhances the work of the parent charity and oversee the financial health of the social enterprise. 

Main Duties and Responsibilities 

  • Promote the social enterprise, build and deepen relationships and undertake informal market research and analysis to generate ongoing business from current and new clients in existing and new markets;
  • Work with Events Coordinators to seek out and recruit suitable artists and casual event staff to deliver the high-quality arts and creative activity for which the company is known; 
  • Oversee contract and budget negotiations with clients that deliver on their event vision, needs and budget;
  • Work with General Manager to manage the company workload, compliance and finances in a highly seasonal business environment; and 
  • Work with Marketing & Communications Manager to oversee marketing and communications needs. 

Essential Criteria 

  • Recent experience (Min. 2 years) of developing business plans and delivering on business targets
  • Experience (Min. 1 year) of sales, bookings, promotions or customer relationship management 
  • Recent experience (Min. 1 years) of line management of staff or volunteers
  • Recent experience of creating and delivering on budgets of £10,000+
  • Experience of procurement, tendering or quotations
  • Experience of working with social media or other communications tools 

For more information on this role, please call us on 02890234324. 

Please email your C.V. to belfast@lynnrecruitment.co.uk if you are interested in this position

  • £9.36
  • Full-Time Temporary

We are currently recruiting for a Grave Digger in Craigavon.  This is a full time / temporary role with an hourly wage of £9.36.  The working hours are ; Monday to Thursday 8:00 am to 4:00 pm and Friday 8:00 am to 3:30 pm, evenings, weekends and public holiday working may be required.  

The successful candidate will be required to excavate and backfill graves manually or mechanically, making necessary preparations before and after burials as appropriate. The post holder will carry out grounds maintenance of cemeteries to agreed standards.

Main Duties and Responsibilities 

  • Identify and check grave spaces and report irregularities. 
  • Dig and backfill graves by mechanical or manual means, operating dumpers or diggers as necessary, and act as banks person when required at opening of graves. 
  • Ensure that all statutes, laws, rules and regulations pertaining to burials are strictly followed and report any breach of the regulations. 
  • Responsible for interments, including site preparation and lowering coffin into ground, backfill and finish grave including placing of wreaths. 
  • Ensure that corteges are properly received and accompanied, where necessary, to the appropriate site and assist if required at interments. 
  • Assist in exhumations as required. 
  • Monitor monumental masons to ensure that the specification as per application is being properly carried out. 
  • Ensure that all enquiries and complaints are dealt with properly and quickly and deal with the public in a courteous manner. 
  • Undergo periodic training as and when necessary to keep updated with modern developments relating to burials and ground maintenance. 
  • Carry out daily checks of the cemeteries, including vehicles, plant and equipment and report/deal with any damage observed as appropriate. 
  • Receive coffin from Undertaker and receive documentation including monies. 
  • Undertake maintenance of Cemeteries and buildings including sweeping, grass cutting, hedge trimming, planting and removal of litter/rubbish. 
  • Carry out grounds maintenance, including turfing, seed sowing and spraying. 
  • Operate appropriate plant /vehicles relevant to cemetery operations. 
  • Secure buildings and set security alarm as required. 
  • Undertake any other relevant duties that may be required and are commensurate with the nature and grade of the post. 

Essential Criteria 

  • Pesticide certificates PA1/PA6;
  • NVQ Level 1 Amenity Horticulture or equivalent; Chainsaw operation qualification. 
  • At least 12 months’ experience in two or more of the following areas:- 
    • Operating a variety of commercial grass cutting machinery;
    • Amenity horticulture skills;
    • Mechanical excavator operations (cemetery environment); 
  • 12 months’ experience of customer care. 

For more information on this role, please call us on 02890234324. 

Please email your C.V. to belfast@lynnrecruitment.co.uk if you are interested in this position

  • £10.14
  • Full-Time Temporary

We are currently recruiting for a management support assistant in Belfast. This is a full time/temporary position at £10.14 per hour.  

To be responsible to the appropriate senior officer for the provision of business and administrative support including word processing, typing, filing and arranging appointments within the unit. The post holder will also assist in providing support and operational cover for other functions.  To carry out all tasks within agreed time and quality targets.

Main Duties include: 

  • To provide administrative and secretarial support for the Chief Executive and Office of the Chief Executive as required.
  • To supervise and manage the performance of any assigned staff to actively ensure their development in line with corporate procedures.
  • To deal with incoming and outgoing calls for the Chief Executive and the Office of the Chief Executive. 
  • To process confidential incoming mail, internal and external, and distribute and copy on a daily basis.
  • To prepare minutes and agendas for meetings and service them as required.
  • To type confidential letters and reports (including committee reports) as directed from hand written notes or digital dictation.
  • To participate in the review and development of unit procedures as required.
  • To act in accordance with the council and departmental policies and procedures including customer care, equal opportunities, health and safety and any pertinent legislation. 
  • To undertake the duties in such a way as to enhance and protect the reputation and public profile of the council.
  • To undertake such other relevant duties as may, from time-to-time, be required.

Essential criteria

  • At least one year’s relevant experience in each of the following areas:
    • carrying out administrative duties which may include diary management including organising appointments and meetings;
    • liaising with senior management and professional officers; and
    • Servicing meetings including taking minutes and organising agendas.
  • The ability to compose and type confidential letters and memos, to prepare minutes and to draft reports for senior management and the ability to give clear instructions to staff and to provide operational information to managers.
  • The ability to use standard office programmes including word processing, spreadsheets and database packages.
  • The ability to prioritise work and make effective decisions to achieve objectives.

For more information on this role, please call us on 02890234324.  

Please email your C.V. to belfast@lynnrecruitment.co.uk if you are interested in this position

  • £10.14 per hour
  • Full-Time Temporary

We are currently recruiting for a Resource Advisor in Belfast.  This is a full time/temporary role at an hourly rate of £10.14.  

To be responsible through the Senior Resource Advisor to the Waste Manager (Education and Business Development), working as part of a team to deliver the goals of the Education and Business Development Unit through the efficient and effective delivery of a waste minimisation advice and recycling awareness service to the city.  Assist in improving the recycling and waste management habits of householders and the business community by providing advice and information on recycling, environmental sustainability, and green issues through ‘door-stepping’ and other awareness-raising initiatives.  Assist in assessing the effectiveness of the waste education campaign through undertaking surveys, data collection, and monitoring, and undertake to follow up pre-enforcement or promotion action as required.

Main Duties and Responsibilities 

  • To promote recycling, re-use, and waste minimisation through providing doorstep advice and education to householders and the business community to increase participation rates in the city’s recycling schemes.
  • To support the introduction of new recycling schemes and initiatives through raising awareness of environmental sustainability and green issues amongst households and the business community. 
  • To carry out a programme of work as identified by the Senior Resource Advisor.
  • To work closely with the Waste Education and Promotion Officers and other officers involved to ensure the smooth running and delivery of all waste promotion events.
  • To undertake participation surveys and to gather a range of information relating to household and commercial recycling schemes, including participation and contamination rate data as directed.
  • To assist with the compilation and assessment of data, the monitoring of poorly performing recycling areas and the provision of additional advice, education or pre-enforcement action as directed. 
Essential Criteria 
  • Driving licence and experience
  • At least one year’s relevant work experience of:
    • Dealing with members of the public as part of their daily duties in a face-to-face environment;
    • Compiling and analysing service information; and
    • Undertaking marketing and promotional activities and events.

For more information on this role, please call us on 02890234324. 

Please email your C.V. to belfast@lynnrecruitment.co.uk if you are interested in this position

  • £18,000.00 - £20,000.00
  • Full-Time Permanent
We are currently recruiting for a Payroll Administrator.  This is a full- time role of 35 hours per week, excluding lunch breaks. Office opening hours are 9am - 5pm, Monday to Friday with an annual salary between £16,320 – 20,400
 
As part of the payroll team the post holder is responsible for administering and processing the payroll for the service users ensuring that each stage of the payroll process is actioned properly; that all staff are paid correctly; that appropriate and accurate information is provided to the Payroll Service Manager, service users and appropriate statutory bodies.
 
Main Responsibilities:
  • To work as part of the payroll team undertaking administrative, advisory and payroll duties to ensure that processes and systems are completed to a high standard.
  • To ensure that all payrolls are processed within the required timeframe and to liaise with other teams on matters relating to payroll.
  • To ensure that all pension administration, including Auto Enrolment processes are carried out in an accurate and timely manner.
  • To keep up to date with regulations relating to employment and pension issues.
  • To ensure that service user’s records are accurate and up to date and that all requirements and procedures relating to their payrolls are being followed.
  • To liaise with HM Revenue & Customs and other statutory bodies as and when required.
  • To reconcile service users’ payrolls ensuring that all new joiners are added to the payroll, leavers removed at the correct time and all payroll instructions are actioned in an accurate and timely manner.
  • To ensure that all FPS and EPS returns are made to HMRC and pension providers in an accurate and timely manner.
  • To carry out other duties considered mutually reasonable by the post-holder and line manager.
Essential Criteria 
  • A track record in a finance or payroll post including the use of a computerised payroll system involving all aspects of payroll
  • A knowledge of payroll systems, taxation / national insurance rules
  • Experience in administration of auto-enrolment will be an advantage
  • Experience of operating a payroll within a payroll bureau environment will be an advantage
  • IT proficiency in the basic functions of MS Word and experience in using MS Excel at intermediate level and ability to use and adapt quickly to new technology
  • Good interpersonal and communication skills which are applicable to a range of colleagues and service users
  • Good analytical and numeracy skills 
  • Exemplary customer service skills and a team player
  • Able to work flexibly and work necessary hours to meet the demands of the position
  • Able to process a high volume of detailed work in a short time frame
  • Accuracy and an eye for detail, with a meticulous, systematic approach to problem solving
  • Trustworthy with the ability to deal with confidential information
  • A positive and good humoured nature

For more information on this role, please call us on 02890234324. 

Please email your C.V. to belfast@lynnrecruitment.co.uk if you are interested in this position

  • £15.81 per hour
  • Full-Time Temporary
We are currently recruiting for an Estates Planning Officer for the Lisburn Area.  This is a full time/temporary position at an hourly rate of £15.81.  
 
The post holder will be responsible to the Estates Manager within the Estates Services Section of the Technical and Estates Services Unit and assist him in the efficient provision of a comprehensive range of estates management services for all properties and work in partnership across all Directorates to enable the Council to meet its strategic objectives.  The will deputise for the Estates Manager and undertake any delegated functions and assume additional relevant duties including participation in the interchange of duties to cover annual leave, sickness absences, which may include working out of hours with due notice.
 
Key Duties include: 
  • Plan, co-ordinate, and control a comprehensive range of Council property and building maintenance requirements from inception to completion including:-
  • Site/ building/asset surveys, project design, budget cost estimates, economic appraisals/ business cases, preparation of works plan and contract documentation, working drawings, specifications, bills of quantities, evaluate tenders, supervision of works to ensure compliance with works specifications to ensure completion of works to quality, time and budget and measurement of works for preparation and certification of payment certificates.
  • Compile and maintain a mechanical and electrical assets register for all properties.
  • Provision and review of the planned maintenance program.
  • Assist the Estates Manager and Energy Officer with the identification, investigation, implementation and reporting of energy/utility reduction and conservation measures within the estates.
Essential Criteria 
  • A degree in electrical or mechanical engineering.
  • A minimum of three years’ experience in the following:
  • Working in a building engineering/construction environment
  • Carrying out condition surveys and production of condition reports
  • Design and implementation of upgrading/improvement projects
  • Project management of upgrading/improvement projects
  • Production of tender documents to procure services to included cost estimates for upgrading/improvement projects
  • Management of multi-trade staff at multiple sites
For more information on this role, please call us on 02890234324.  

Please email your C.V. to belfast@lynnrecruitment.co.uk if you are interested in this position

  • £11.19
  • Full-Time Temporary

We are currently recruiting for a Coordinator in the Lisburn Area.  This is a full-time/temporary at £11.19 an hour.   

The successful candidate will work as part of a small central team providing a framework within which the company can function effectively. The post holder will be required to work in a fast-paced environment to provide business support within the Chief Executive’s Office.  To provide confidential executive, secretarial and administrative support to the Chief Executive’s Office in ensuring services are delivered efficiently and effectively. 

Key Duties and Responsibilities 
  • Responsible for the efficient coordination of relevant service areas within the designated area of responsibility. Provide interchangeability at that level, in all designated areas.
  • Providing a strictly confidential secretarial service to the Chief Executive’s Office to include Audit and Risk service areas including correspondence and other documentation which will include the following;-
    • Arranging and keeping a diary of appointments for appointed officers.
    • Typing reports and maintaining the filing system.
    • Dealing with routine inquiries referred to the Chief Executive’s Office including screening of telephone calls, and using own initiative when attending to such matters or referring to other appropriate Officers when necessary.
    • Maintaining a limited secretarial service to other officers as required.
  • Assist with Co-ordination of the Customer Care System and logging of complaints and compliments.
  • Assist with Co-ordination of implementation of the annual Performance Improvement Plan and quarterly monitoring of this.
  • Assist with Co-ordination of the Council’s Performance Management System.
  • Assist with Co-ordination of implementation of the annual Audit Plan and related internal audit and control frameworks.
  • Assume a range of responsibilities at the appropriate level to include the following;
    • Provide cover for the other Officers within the Unit.
    • Any other duties as assigned by the Chief Executive.
Essential Criteria 
  • Five GCSE passes at grade A-C, NVQ Level 2 or equivalent.
  • At least two years’ relevant experience in one of the following areas of responsibility:
    • Internal Audit
    • Risk Management
    • Performance Improvement

For more information on this role, please call us on 02890234324.

Please email your C.V. to belfast@lynnrecruitment.co.uk if you are interested in this position

  • £19 - £21
  • Full-Time Temporary
First line support officer required in the Belfast area.  This is a temporary ongoing role with an annual salary of £19,000 - £21,000.
 
Main Duties include:
  • Taking support calls and acting as the first line for support queries
  • It is expected that around 80% of calls will need to be triaged and resolved
  • Setting up voicemails
  • Configuring hunt groups
  • Providing basic phone handset and skype for business advice over the phone
  • Previous experience of Skype for Business preferable
  • Previous experience of telephony projects (preferred but not essential)
  • Customer is migrating to Polycom handsets so experience of using this handset before is preferable
Essential Criteria 
  • Enthusiastic
  • Personable
  • Good Communicator 
  • Able to work under their own supervision – reporting back to the project manager on an agreed basis
For more information on this role, please call us on 02890234324.   

Please email your C.V. to belfast@lynnrecruitment.co.uk if you are interested in this position

  • £25000.00
  • Full-Time Temporary
We are currently recruiting for a Technical Support Engineer for the Belfast area.  This is a full time / temporary position with an annual salary between £19,000-£21,000.  
 
Main Duties include:
  • Setting up voicemails
  • Configuring hunt groups
  • Demonstrating the key functionality of the phone handset (training will be provided)
  • Demonstrating Skype for Business and how this can be setup and used on the phone and on the client PC
  • Previous experience of Skype for Business preferable
  • Previous experience of telephony projects (preferred but not essential)
  • Customer is migrating to Polycom handsets so experience of using this handset before is preferable
Essential Criteria 
  • Someone who is good in front of the customer and can build a rapport with onsite teams
  • Comfortable to setup demonstrations or one to one session at short notice on the ground with teams
  • Enthusiastic
  • Personable
  • Good Communicator
  • Able to work under their own supervision – reporting back to the project manager on an agreed basis

For more information on this role please call us on 02890234324. 

Please email your C.V. to belfast@lynnrecruitment.co.uk if you are interested in this position

  • £23,866 - £25,463
  • Full-Time Permanent

We are currently working with Lisburn and Castlereagh Council to recruit a Project Support Officer on a pernament basis.  This is a full time role, with an annual salary between £23,000 - 25, 000.

Assist the Economic Development team by providing project support to facilitate the delivery of the Council’s Economic Development Strategy. Assist the unit staff in the effective administration, co-ordination and delivery of projects. Assume additional duties as reasonably determined by the appropriate Officer and participate in interchange of duties to cover for sickness, annual leave and staff vacancies.

Main Duties and Responsibilities 

  • To assist the unit staff in the effective co-ordination, administration and delivery of projects to fulfil the remit of the Council’s Economic Development Strategy. To assist in the development of consistent project standards and methodologies and to ensure that appropriate project management processes, procedures and guidelines are followed.
  • To ensure compliance with all administration of project expenditure including monitoring and reporting of same, processing of all relevant documentation, required by internal finance/audit staff and external grant awarding bodies. To undertake monitoring visits to external bodies to ensure compliance with processes and guidance.
  • To administer the collation and production of accurate financial reports relating to performance and budgetary management, in line with Council financial procedures as outlined in the Accounting Manual. 
  • To assist in the development and maintenance of any required records, databases and information systems in the unit and provide reports as required for unit staff.
  • To undertake research, as directed, on economic issues to support the development of targeted projects and programmes of work. 
  • To support Officers in maintaining the appropriate Council online platforms including social media and in developing promotional materials for projects. 
  • To support the Economic Development team in organising and managing events appropriate to the service.
  • To provide general project administration support including preparing presentations, procuring goods and/or services. 
  • To comply with Council policies and procedures and operate within the highest standards of personal behaviour, which reflect the core values and behaviours of the organisation.
  • To ensure the provision of high standards of customer care within the delivery of project support services to the unit and promote the service effectively and communicate in a way, which enhances and promotes the public image and overall reputation of the Council.

Essential Criteria

  • Two A-Levels grades A-C, NVQ Level 3 or equivalent
  • Three years’ employment experience in at least three of the following areas:
    • Assisting in the delivery of funded projects, including financial administration and monitoring; and liaison with funders
    • Undertaking research to inform the development of projects and programmes of work
    • Designing, planning and coordinating the delivery of events such as workshops; information sessions etc.
    • Undertaking marketing and communication activities to promote activities through social media and printed media
  • Hold a full (i.e. not provisional) and current UK driving licence and access to a car 

For more information on this role please call us on 02890234324.

Please email your C.V. to belfast@lynnrecruitment.co.uk if you are interested in this position

  • Competitive
  • Full-Time Permanent

Team Leaders required in Salford, Manchester.  We have a number of roles on a full time / permanent basis with a competitive salary.

The successful candidate will lead and deliver complex client engagements that help identify, design and implement creative business solutions for the company.

Main Duties Include:
  • Provide excellent customer service and determine the needs of the client.
  • Implement and oversee the quality of deliverables and manage team relationships effectively to ensure exceptional performance.
  • Participate in the development and presentation of proposals for business development.
  • Balance the needs of key stakeholders and ensure the teams they are involved with are aware of the combined end goals.
  • Establish operations objectives and work plans, delegate assignments to subordinate associates when necessary, and conduct regular meetings to improve productivity, product knowledge and customer satisfaction.
  • Do Root Cause Analysis to identify key AFIs and create action plans / goals to improve
  • Efficiently coach associates in meeting the metrics
  • Manage and drive performance from the Associates in meeting SLAs and KPIs
  • Manage team attrition
  • Collaborate with the different support groups – Recruitment, Training, Quality, HR, Workforce – to improve agent profiling and performance
Person Specification
  • Bachelor's/College Degree 
  • At least 2 years of working experience in the related field is required for this position.
  • Experience in handling a Telco program is required
  • Results-oriented
  • Process-oriented
  • Preferably Supervisor specialising in Customer Service or equivalent.

For more information on this role, please call us on 02890234324.

Please email your C.V. to belfast@lynnrecruitment.co.uk if you are interested in this position

  • Competitiive
  • Part-Time Temporary

We are currently recruiting for Process Trainers in Salford, Manchester.  These are full time roles with competitive salaries. 

Main Duties and Responsibilities include:

  • Responsible for conducting process training to new hires and evaluate their performance based on their competencies.
  • Deliver Product and Process Trainings
  • Take up new hire Training batches
  • Maintain attrition and throughput as per process guidelines
  • Coach and counsel where-ever needed
  • Document Training reports and trackers
  • Conduct Pre & Post assessment to identify any red flags (if any)
  • Provide feedback to specific areas of opportunity 
  • Coach associates on DSAT with a clear understanding of process requirement
  • Generate and maintain regular reports 
  • Understand process requirement
  • Conduct regular audits to check training effectiveness
  • Conduct Recursive Training based on the Training Need Identification/Analysis received from Operations/Quality

Essential Criteria 

  • Bachelor's Degree in a related field
  • At least 2 years of working experience in the related field
  • Experience in handling a Healthcare program is preferred
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Must possess good presentation skills
  • Excellent Organizational and planning skills
  • Good understanding of Group Dynamics (diversity)
  • Analytic and Results Oriented

For more information on this role please call us on 02890234324.

Please email your C.V. to belfast@lynnrecruitment.co.uk if you are interested in this position

  • TBC
  • Full-Time Temporary

Associate Customer Support worker required in Salford, Manchester.   This is a full time/temporary ongoing role, with a competitive salary.  

Roles and Responsibilities

  • Handle queries from business customers with the best use of customer service skills
  • Understand the background of the query, do required research with the provided tools, and respond appropriately, resolving issues if any
  • Escalate or communicate to other teams if it is required to solve the issue
  • Connect with customers at a professional level and build rapport with them
  • Undergo the required training once on boarded and during the course of the job and apply it where its required to process transactions

Key Deliverables:

  • Follow the right process as trained and as prescribed by the quality team
  • Provide appropriate resolution to the customer
  • Ensure we provide the resolution with the utmost level of customer service via Voice Call/Chat/e-Mail
  • Code / Document the transaction in the required tools appropriately for all the modes of interaction with the customer
  • Functional Competencies and skill sets required for the position
  • Demonstrate excellent consulting & communication skills 
  • Shows flexibility/ownership & works under pressure situation
  • Ability to work within challenging environment with tight delivery timelines 
  • Candidate should be ready to work in a 24*7 environment (Willingness to work in any shift)
  • The candidate should have excellent problem solving capabilities and lateral thinking skills
  • Understanding of the Business situation and capability to address issues
  • Candidate should be open to change, should be able to multi-task, should have good inter personal skills
  • Can switch tasks swiftly from one mode of communication to other as per Customer's preference

Essential Criteria 

  • 1+ years experience in a similar role
  • Experience handling customers over the phone, email and face to face.  
  • Working in a customer service centered environment
  • Excellent spoken and written English 

For more information on this role, please call us on 02890234324.  

Please email your C.V. to belfast@lynnrecruitment.co.uk if you are interested in this position

  • Competitive
  • Full-Time Temporary

We are currently recruiting for Fault Management Executives in Salford, Manchester.  These roles are an ongoing full-time basis with a competitive salary.    

Main Duties 

  • Fault management engineer is responsible for monitoring and resolving the fault ticket 
  • Responsible for directing and coordinating with internal and external teams to carry out corrective action ensuring that faults are effectively resolved within the SLA.
  • To maintain a high degree of customer service for all support queries and adhere to all service management principles. 
  • Work within multiple teams and operate in a high pressure, time-constrained work environment, should be analytical and be able to apply professional judgment to successfully perform the assigned responsibilities.

Essential Criteria

  • Two years' experience in a similar role.  
  • Excellent English – spoken and written communications must be clearly understood
  • Should have basic knowledge on Telecommunication / WAN network.
  • Good interpersonal skills to liaise with customers
  • Ability to review and analyse customer needs and provide appropriate client options/solutions

For more information on this role, please call us on 02890234324. 

Please email your C.V. to belfast@lynnrecruitment.co.uk if you are interested in this position

  • Competitive
  • Full-Time Temporary

We are currently recruiting for Fault Management Executives in Salford, Manchester.  These roles are an ongoing full-time basis with a competitive salary.    

Main Duties 

  • Fault management engineer is responsible for monitoring and resolving the fault ticket 
  • Responsible for directing and coordinating with internal and external teams to carry out corrective action ensuring that faults are effectively resolved within the SLA.
  • To maintain a high degree of customer service for all support queries and adhere to all service management principles. 
  • Work within multiple teams and operate in a high pressure, time-constrained work environment, should be analytical and be able to apply professional judgment to successfully perform the assigned responsibilities.

Essential Criteria

  • Excellent English – spoken and written communications must be clearly understood
  • Should have basic knowledge on Telecommunication / WAN network.
  • Good interpersonal skills to liaise with customers
  • Ability to review and analyse customer needs and provide appropriate client options/solutions

For more information on this role, please call us on 02890234324. 

Please email your C.V. to belfast@lynnrecruitment.co.uk if you are interested in this position

  • Part-Time Temporary
Recycling LGV Driver required in Lisburn.  This is a full time/temporary ongoing role.  
 
Reporting to the Transport and Priority Waste Manager through the relevant line manager, as appropriate. The Recycling LGV Driver/Operative will undertake a variety of duties connected with driving the refuse collection vehicle and overseeing the Recycling Operatives and undertaking the collection of recyclable materials from a variety of premises, for delivery to an appropriate location. Duties will be undertaken within a specified area or areas as appropriate and incorporate the use of the full range of refuse collection containers, associated collection equipment, information and telecommunications technology and vehicles.
 
Main Duties and Responsibilities 
  • To drive and be responsible for any allocated vehicle and any authorised passengers. Also to ensure that the vehicle is not overloaded and to safely manoeuvre the vehicle on the daily route.
  • To carry out refuse collection and recycling duties, with due regard to property and with minimum disturbance to members of the public, hence bins and similar items should be emptied and returned to their proper location undamaged and with lids closed. Appropriate mechanical aids should be used and all spillages should be cleared up and gates closed after collection has been completed.
  • To empty all types of receptacle and lift all loose waste, as required, ensuring the safe collection and disposal of waste.
  • To operate all vehicle systems which ensure the safety and security of the vehicle, staff and the public.
  • To assist with the collation of data relating to individual premises including the use of any computerised or manual data capture systems and to present any necessary reports as required. 
  • To undertake appropriate measures to identify premises not adhering to proper procedures for presenting materials for recycling, for example contamination, not suitably presented, not leaving out receptacle and providing the necessary reports on such premises as required.
  • To carry out any required processes necessary to inform the occupiers of premises who are not adhering to proper procedures for presenting materials for recycling.
  • To assist as required with any promotional activities designed to encourage the Public to recycle, including personal contact with the public, leaflet drops, attachment of bin stickers and assist with any public survey work as required.
  • To report back to the Operations Supervisor, on completion of the daily route, any premises/streets where collection has not been completed on the prescribed day for whatever reason.
  • To carry out the duties of the post in such a manner as to safeguard and enhance the profile of the client. 
Essential criteria
  • A full, current LGV (class C) driving licence which enables them to drive appropriate large refuse collection vehicles in Northern Ireland (a LGV will be provided for the purposes of fulfilling the duties of this post); 
  • A full, current Driver Certificate of Professional Competence (CPC) qualification; 
  • Be able to demonstrate, by providing personal and specific examples on the application form, at least one year’s relevant work experience in each of the following two areas:
    • driving a LGV in a commercial or public sector environment; and 
    • dealing directly with members of the public, in person. 

For more information on this role please call us on 02890234324. 

Please email your C.V. to belfast@lynnrecruitment.co.uk if you are interested in this position

  • TBC
  • Full-Time Permanent
We are currently working in connection with our Client, a leading multinational IT provider, to recruit an Assistant Manager Quality Assurance for their new location in Salford Manchester.
 
As a Quality analyst you will be monitoring the team’s performance on a weekly and monthly basis and sharing feedback for good work, improvements required and identifying areas for improvement. You will also be responsible for ensuring that the quality scores for the process are met and that the team is striving to exceed these at all times. 
 
The metrics should be achieved by using a range of quality monitoring techniques and constructive feedback delivered and praise given to associates to improve motivation.  As part of the process, the Quality Analyst should ensure that any development and training needs are highlighted, shared with the trainer and actioned. This should also be followed up with SMART objectives. When applicable, the Quality Analyst may also need to handle escalations.
 
Essential Criteria 
  • Experience in transactional quality of BPO
  • Drive process improvement and other quality tools for process performance measurement and standardization. 
  • Ensure Process compliance. 
  • Mentor and lead the quality team. 
  • Plan for effective resource utilization and process target alignment. 
  • Drive and track process parameters critical to quality and process. 
  • Adopting best practices, ensuring meeting of SLAs. 
  • Contribute to the development of the short and long term goals of the process.
  • Ensure client quality targets are met & exceeded. 
  • Driving quality initiatives in the team.
For more information on this role, please call us on 02890234324. 

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  • Part-Time Temporary

We are currently recruiting for a Bookkeeper with Sage Experience.  This is a full-time role in Belfast with a competitive salary.  

The successful candidate will provide bookkeeping services to clients and support to the partners and managers, enabling them to deliver outstanding client service.

Main Duties and Responsibilities 

  • Provision of bookkeeping services to trial balance stage, using various computerised packages and highly proficient in Sage.
  • Preparation of and submission of VAT returns working to deadlines.
  • Proactively dealing with clients, answering queries where able and acting on initiative to provide outstanding client service

Essential Criteria 

  • Knowledge of Sage 
  • Excellent IT skills in particular Excel and Word
  • Possess a good working knowledge of VAT 
  • Ability to communicate and establish professional relationships with colleagues and clients
  • Good organisational skills and ability to manage own time
  • Attention to detail
  • Professional and flexible approach to work

You will be required to undertake in-house compliance training as required

For more information on this role, please call us on 02890234324. 

Please email your C.V. to belfast@lynnrecruitment.co.uk if you are interested in this position

  • £10 ph
  • Full-Time Temporary

We are currently recruiting for a Breakfast Chef for a busy hotel in Belfast.  This roll with commence on the 22nd August on a temporary basis with an ongoing view of becoming permanent. 

Main Duties and Responsibilities 

  • Take control of the breakfast service
  • Ensure guests receive a truly delicious and memorable breakfast.
  • Cooking and managing breakfast service
  • Assisting with lunch service
  • Setting up and cleaning down the kitchen after breakfast.
Essential Criteria
  • 3 years of chef experience
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Own transports due to location
For more information on this role, please call us on 02890234324. 

Please email your C.V. to belfast@lynnrecruitment.co.uk if you are interested in this position

  • £9.74
  • Full-Time Temporary

We are currently working in connection with our Public Sector Client to recruit a Cleansing Operative to be based in Carryduff.  This is a Full-time, temporary position, consisting of 37 hours per week at an hourly rate of £9.74. 

The post holder will be required to undertake specialist cleansing duties, in order to provide an efficient and effective service for members of the public.

Main duties include:

  • To control and maintain the household recycling centre, and ensure it is available to the public. To adhere to EHS licence conditions and site working plan. 
  • To ensure that all visitors comply with site regulations. Provide information and assist users to the site regarding recycling. 
  • To ensure recyclable and recoverable materials are appropriately segregated for recycling purposes. 
  • Liaise with contractors to ensure efficient removal of receptacles and general waste for recycling or disposal. 
  • To carry out general site maintenance duties including cleansing as required. Operate site machinery for example - compactors, balers, and salt spraying plant. 
  • To provide cover for other site personnel as requested. 
  • To open and close sites as part of operation requirements.

Essential criteria:

  • Previous experience in a similar role
  • Strong work ethic
  • Ability to interact effectively with members of the public

For more information on this role or any other vacancy please call us on 028 9023 4324.

Please email your C.V. to belfast@lynnrecruitment.co.uk if you are interested in this position

  • TBC
  • Full-Time Permanent

We are currently working in connection with our Client, a leading multinational IT provider, to recruit an In House Recruiter for Salford Manchester on a temporary ongoing contract.

The successful candidate's responsibilities include identifying current and future hiring needs, advertising job openings online and designing employee referral programs. To be successful in this role, you should have an HR academic background along with work experience in sourcing, interviewing and evaluating candidates with at least 4 years experience.  Ultimately, you will help us build a strong employer brand and ensure we provide a positive candidate experience.

Main Duties and Responsibilities 

  • Collaborate with hiring managers to write job ads for current openings
  • Advertise job openings on careers pages, job boards and social networks (e.g. LinkedIn)
  • Screen resumes and applications and update candidates on hiring processes
  • Interview candidates during various hiring stages, including phone, first-round and second-round interviews
  • Report to hiring managers and HR managers on the status of open positions
  • Evaluate candidates based on their interview and assignment performance
  • Determine the qualifications criteria for each position

Essential Criteria 

  • A Degree or 3rd level qualification
  • Excellent understanding of recruitment processes.
  • Good interpersonal, presentation and communication skills.
  • Good time-management skills.

For more information on this role, please call us on 02890234324. 

Please email your C.V. to belfast@lynnrecruitment.co.uk if you are interested in this position

  • TBC
  • Full-Time Permanent
We are currently working with a leading multinational IT provider, to recruit a Recruitment Manager in Salford, Manchester.  This will be a temporary contract on an ongoing basis.  
 
The successful candidate will be an experienced and professional Recruitment Manager (Call Centre) to join our team, on a temporary ongoing position. As a Recruitment Manager, you will be responsible for sourcing, attracting and hiring job candidates for open positions. Your goal will be to always meet clients' needs by finding candidates that match their organisational culture and open job positions.
 
Main Duties and Responsibilities 
  • Communicate with clients to get a clear view of their hiring needs and organisational goals
  • Research into competitors and market place
  • Define job description and document specifications
  • Identify prospective candidates using a variety of channels
  • Conduct confidential interviews
  • Follow-up references and check credits
  • Present shortlisted candidates
  • Present detailed candidate profile summaries
  • Build long-term client relationships
  • Research and develop recruiting leads
  • Develop a sustainable candidate lead strategy
  • Advise clients on best recruiting practices
Person Specification
  • 5+ years of experience in recruiting or similar role.
  • Excellent understanding of recruitment processes.
  • Good knowledge of candidates selection methods.
  • Experience of high volume/fast-paced environment 
  • Good interpersonal, presentation and communication skills.
  • Good time-management skills.
For more information on this role, please call us on 02890234324. 

Please email your C.V. to belfast@lynnrecruitment.co.uk if you are interested in this position

  • Competitive
  • Full-Time Permanent
We are currently working with a leading multinational IT provider, to recruit a temporary ongoing Operations Manager in Salford Manchester.
 
To manage the performance of the Contact Center & support to clients (internal and external) and ensure that service levels are achieved. To ensure that customer expectations are met or exceeded. Responsible for ensuring the staff is meeting and exceeding expectations in regards to performance, meeting defined metrics/benchmarks, and that standards and processes are followed to provide effective customer service and meet requirements.
 
Key Responsibilities 
  • Oversee 100% of the Calls. Manages and coordinates urgent and complicated support issues. Act as an escalation point for all requests and incidents. Develop and mature phone/ticket escalation processes to ensure free-flowing escalation and information within the organization. Determine root cause of issues and communicate appropriately to internal and external customers. 
  • Train, coach and mentor Managers and Team Leads, ) including career development. Oversee staff activities. Builds/obtain (from other departments) training material for support staff. As needed, schedule employees working times and provide backup support. Interact with internal and external customers. 
  • Provide data and reporting of KPI’s and trends to Customer and others in ad-hoc, weekly, monthly and as needed. Will drive Deep Dive and develop strategies for improvement. Work to make the Contact Center a single source of truth and service delivery channel for Customers. Monitor and manage phone queue (participating in escalated calls as needed). 
  • Oversee Solutions repository and ensure top quality solutions are available to the staff. Develops Service and Business Level Agreements to set expectations and measure performance. Develops an effective and workable framework for managing and improving customer experience. Advise management on situations that may require additional client support or escalation. 
  • Manage the process for communicating outage/emergency activities to the organisation. Manage vendor relationships as it depends on daily operational needs. PO review and approval/budgeting responsibility. Review survey feedback to improve services, tools and support experience. Keep confidential all applicant, client, and verification and company proprietary information. 
  • Manage Project P&L, highlight issue and build an action plan if we miss a target.
Person Specification
  • Leadership – leading teams from different departments / Locations to achieve organizational goals. Manage a team of 100+ resources
  • Communication – ensuring that communication is ongoing and effective between different departments.
  • Presentation – Presenting ideas and results to different stakeholders across the business including staff and senior management.
  • Team working – fostering an environment of teamwork to ensure that all products are delivered on time and company goals are met.
  • Initiative – The ability to work alone and take a lead when hurdles arise or when tasks require completion.
  • Planning - staying ahead of the game and ensuring that plans for the future are clearly labeled out for everyone to follow.
  • Problem Solving – adapting to the ever-changing environment and reacting quickly to meet challenges.
  • Transformation – Lead large transformation program for Contact Center
Financial Management
  • Direct annual budgeting and planning process for the organization's annual budget
  • Develop and manage annual budget
  • Oversee monthly and quarterly assessments and forecasts of the organisation's financial performance against budget, financial and operational goals.
  • Oversee short and long-term financial and managerial reporting.
  • Managing day to day processing of accounts receivable and payable
  • Administering payroll and employee benefits and organizational insurance.
  • Ensure that Accounting Department requests are resolved and communicated in a timely manner to internal and external parties.
  • Develop long-range forecasts and maintain long-range financial plans.
  • Develop, maintain and monitor all fundraising and accounting systems and procedures capturing all pledges, billings, and receipts and for the recording of all revenue transactions, recommend and implement improvements to systems.
Organisational Effectiveness
  • Manage functions.
  • Increase the effectiveness and efficiency of Support Services through improvements to each function (HR, IT, Finance) as well as coordination and communication between functions.
  • Drive initiatives in the management team and organizationally that contribute to long-term operational excellence.
  • Providing consulting services on matters related to fundraising, tax and insurance questions, and business structure and growth.
Organisational Leadership
  • Contribute to short and long-term organisational planning and strategy as a member of the management team
Risk Management
  • Serve as primary liaison to legal counsel in addressing legal issues e.g. copyright, antitrust, governing instruments, partnerships, licensing, etc.
  • Oversee organizational insurance policies.
Qualifications
  • College degree in business administration, commerce, management, industrial technology or industrial engineering. 
  • Industry-relevant production experience
  • Knowledge and experience in organisational effectiveness and operations management
  • Knowledge of business and management principles and practices
  • Knowledge of financial and accounting principles and practices
  • Knowledge of human resource principles and practices
  • Knowledge of project management principles and practices
For more information on this role, please call us on 02890234324. 

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  • €50,000
  • Part-Time Permanent
We are currently recruiting for a Regional Operations Manager in  Castleblayney, Co. Monaghan. This is a full time / permanent role with an annual salary of €50,000.  
 
The successful candidate will provide overall day to day management of the Domiciliary Care service. Support the National Operations Director to achieve a high degree of service delivery, ensuring that goals are achieved through effective management practices and staff are motivated and supported to build strategic, long term and sustainable customer service relationships. 
 
Main Duties and Responsibilities
  • To maintain a high-quality service working in partnership with colleagues to manage services.
  • To ensure the service meets and indeed exceeds the requirements of our service users and tender requirements.
  • Provide regular management reports to the National Operations Director on turnover; recruitment activity; absence and all other employee relations matters as required 
  • Maintain and develop established communication practices in order to enable a proactive team-driven service
  • Provide the National operations Director and the Finance Department with data analysis and statistics that assist in financial planning budget setting and target management.
  • Ensure that people in the unit understand how their work relates to the business’ plan
  • Ensure that everyone understands and identifies with the unit’s focus.
  • Ensure that the unit develops goals and a plan to help fulfill the business’ plan
  • Be knowledgeable of and implement company policies and procedures 
  • Any other duties that may reasonably fall within the purview of the job
Essential Criteria
  • 3+ Years of Management experience in the Home Care sector. Further education or training relevant to the position
  • Experience in managing secondary relationships in a fast-paced environment.
  • Understanding of Data reporting and analysis to improve service delivery
  • Significant management experience, in a complex organisation with experience of performance analysis and business planning techniques.
  • Knowledge of general management theory and practice to include quality, operations, Leadership, planning, performance management, and control mechanisms within an evolving environment.
  • Computer literate particularly with spreadsheets and database software.
  • Personal Circumstances Working hours will include unsocial hours, including evenings and weekends.

For more information on this role, please call us on 02890234324.

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  • £16.60
  • Part-Time Temporary
We are currently recruiting for an Arts Info & Education Officer in the Lisburn Area.  This is a part-time/temporary role with an hourly wage of £16.60. 
 
The successful applicant will be responsible for the development of a full Arts Marketing and Arts Education service for the Council’s Arts Service. These responsibilities include the creation and management of an Audience Development Plan to meet expected targets for expanding overall usage of the Arts Service.  The post holder will undertake duties relevant to the post allocated by the Arts Service Manager and participate in the interchange of duties to cover for staff breaks, sickness, leave and staff vacancies and will act as a Duty Officer as required.
 
Main Duties and Responsibilities 
  • Responsible for the effective integrated marketing delivery of the Council’s Arts Service to ensure optimum use of the service and for promoting ISLAND Arts Centre as a corporate venue to potential and existing users, through marketing objectives, which dovetail with the Council’s Arts Development Strategy. 
  • Responsible interpreting market trends through the extraction and analysis of marketing intelligence from the Box Office system for the Arts Service Manager to guide and inform decisions on the work of the Arts Service and to provide data analysis for regional/national benchmarking projects, as required. 
  • Develop and manage key media relationships with stakeholders in the Arts including on all matters relevant to ensure effective partnership working for the promotion of the Arts Service and ISLAND Arts Centre.
  • Responsible for leading an innovative Arts Education programme by targeting schools within the Council area to develop key audiences and strategic partnerships to enable the delivery of the Arts Service Education programme.
  • Responsible for the effective management of expenditure and income for the Arts Information and Education programme including; budgetary planning, costing, monitoring, quotations, grant-aid and sponsorship in accordance with the Council’s financial regulations and contribute to the preparation of annual estimates for the Arts Service.
  • Prepare external grant aid and sponsorship applications for the Arts Information and Education programme and be responsible for the processing and monitoring of such funding in line with the requirements of relevant funding bodies for monitoring, drawdown and evaluation. 
Essential Criteria 
  • A third level qualification (for example, HNC, HND, NVQ Level 4, a Degree) or equivalent
  • Three years’ relevant employment experience in the arts with responsibility for at least 3 of the following key task areas:
    • Organising Events 
    • Marketing
    • Fundraising/sponsorship
    • Public Relations
    • Community Development
    • Budgetary Control

For more information on this role, please call us on 02890234324.  

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  • £10.14
  • Full-Time Temporary
We are currently recruiting for a Plant Engineer in the Lisburn Area.  This is a full time/temporary role at £10.14 per hour.  
 
As a member of the Operational Services team, the postholder will be required to carry out maintenance tasks to ensure the efficient operation of mechanical, electrical and electronic systems under the direction of the Plant Manager Officer.  The post holder will assume other delegated duties appropriate to the post reasonably assigned by management.
 
Main Duties and Responsibilities 
  • Carry out the planned maintenance programme and reactive maintenance activities as required, including carrying out all relevant checks and keeping associated records.
  • Service and maintain the ice surface using appropriate machinery in order to maintain safe ice conditions.
  • Carry out routine service, calibration, fault diagnosis and repairs on bowling plant and associated equipment and daily safety checks.
  • Stock taking activities including receipt of stock and associated paperwork.
  • Drive and operate Council vehicles as required.
  • Help ensure that all health & safety legislation, relevant guidelines and Council Health & Safety policies are complied with in relation to the services and activities of the facility and ensuring that any defects or potentially risks are reported to their immediate supervisor, including carrying out relevant checks and completing relevant forms and reports. 
Essential Criteria 
  • Completed a recognised registered apprenticeship in a mechanical or electrical engineering craft (NVQ Level 3, or equivalent)
  • At least 3 years’ post apprenticeship relevant experience in the maintenance of mechanical, electrical services installations, plant and equipment, including the following:
    • Carrying out routine maintenance tasks, diagnosis and repair of faults on engineering and/ or building services plant
    • Carrying out minor repairs to building services / engineering plant /building fabric.

For more information on this role, please call us on 02890234324.  

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  • £29,033.00 - £31,288.00
  • Full-Time Temporary
We are currently recruiting for an Economic Development Officer in Lisburn.  This is a full time / temporary role with an annual salary between £29,000 - £31,000.  
 
The successful candidate will assist the Economic Development Manager with the implementation and project management of a range of high quality, relevant and targeted Business Development initiatives for SME’s in accordance with the agreed Economic Development Strategy, including monitoring and evaluation of key projects arising from the strategy.
 
Main Duties
The post-holder may not perform all of the listed duties and/or may be required to perform additional or different duties from those set forth below to address business needs and changing business practices.
  • Assist in the delivery of business development projects and programmes in accordance with the Council’s economic development strategy.
  • Provide quality business services through the efficient and effective use of Council resources. This will include the monitoring the achievement of all targets, annual objectives and performance indicators, improvement plans and project evaluations.
  • Liaise with all appropriate external organisations, including in particular third party project delivery agents, and internal staff to ensure all strategic and operational matters are dealt with efficiently.
  • To comply with operating procedures and financial control systems in accordance with external funding requirements, the Council’s financial regulations as set out in the Accounting Manual and departmental monitoring systems and processing all relevant documentation and conditions required by grant awarding bodies.
  • Assist the Economic Development Manager to monitor income and expenditure targets set as part of the Annual Budget Estimates, and in assessing and controlling these against programme performance.
  • Provision of advice, information and practical support on accessing grants, programmes and funds for local businesses, key stakeholders and officers of the Council. Maintain and develop the profile of the Economic Development Service through ongoing marketing and communications activities and events.
  • In consultation with the Economic Development Manager and Human Resources participate in recruitment and training in accordance with Council strategies and policies.
  • Develop and enhance working relationships with relevant partners and stakeholders to maximise corporate and community planning outcomes and to generate innovation in service delivery. 
Essential Criteria
  • A third level qualification (HNC, HND, NVQ Level 4, Degree) or equivalent.
  • A minimum of three years’ employment experience in each of the following areas:
    • Assisting in the delivery of Local Economic Development Programmes, with a focus on enterprise and business development involving Public or European funding of a minimum of £100,000.
    • Provision of business advice and information to SME’s, start up and growth, and completion of business diagnostics and assessments of need
    • Financial management, analysis and reporting.
    • Planning, monitoring and evaluation of economic development projects, in particular enterprise and business development.
    • Experience of developing and implementing PR and marketing initiatives for Economic Development projects.
    • Market research activities for the development of economic development initiatives, including identifying external funding opportunities.

For more information please call us on 028234324. 

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Sous Chef

2069
  • £28,000 - £32,000
  • Full-Time Permanent

We are looking to recruit an enthusiastic and well organised Sous Chef for a busy Hotel in County Fermanagh.  Salary is negotiable depending on experience.

Facilities include a branded brasserie, conference and banqueting for 200, a busy wedding portfolio, Spa & Gym. The hotel also has a strong afternoon tea trade. 

Job role:

  • To have total accountability for the day to day running of the kitchen service in the absence of the head chef and to ensure stock takes are produced monthly in conjunction with the head chef
  • To participate in the design of seasonal menus and purchase all food and food-related products using company nominated suppliers to achieve food budgeted cost controls, ensuring minimum wastage within the venue and to ensure all menus are costed accurately
  • To maintain all equipment within the catering operation
  • Assist the head chef in the discipline of all staff in the line of command in liaison with HQ Theatres’ HR representative as required
  • To take an active part in the annual Training Days and participate in the staff meetings to help identify training needs of all staff within line of responsibility on both an individual and group basis, including work methods, safety at work, health, hygiene, and quality
  • To undertake staff briefing with all team members at the start of their working day
  • Ensure Labour tracking sheets are compiled daily and within budget, Timesheets are signed off and submitted to payroll

Essential Criteria 

  • 2 years experience as a Sous Chef 
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Ability to effectively lead a team

For more information on this role, please call us on 02890234324. 

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  • 11.19
  • Full-Time Temporary
Planning Assistant required in Lisburn.  This is a full time / temporary role at an hourly rate of £11.19.  
 
To provide professional and technical planning advice, guidance and recommendations in respect of development management matters and to assist with the delivery of the Council’s responsibilities and statutory functions in regard to a range of planning matters.
 
Main Duties and Responsibilities 
  • Validation and processing of planning applications under the supervision of a planning officer;
  • Carry out site visits, participate in site meetings and write up reports of site visits;
  • Assess planning applications and form recommendations for discussion at internal group meetings;
  • Carry out consultations on planning related matters including attendance at meetings as required (as required);
  • Assist planning officers with the generation of decision notices, preparation of material for planning appeals and inquiries;
  • Assist with research on development management matters and preparation of reports in respect of policy related issues;
  • Provide professional planning advice on planning policy and/or development management matters by telephone, correspondence and face to face;
  • Provide support to other colleagues within planning team and to ensure the delivery of integrated planning functions and services;
  • Assist with development plan and enforcement related work streams if required;
  • Operate effectively the Council’s IT Systems and software to research, organise, evaluate and communicate information’
  • Undertake such other relevant duties as may be required;
Essential Criteria
  • A third level qualification in a planning related subject (HNC, HND, NVQ Level 4, Degree) or equivalent 
  • At least six months’ experience in the following areas:
    • Working in a planning environment including experience of planning policy work or processing of planning applications or investigation of enforcement complaints; and 
    • Working within a customer focussed environment dealing effectively with members of the public.

For more information on this role, please call us on 02890234324. 

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  • £13.99 per hour
  • Full-Time Temporary

We are currently working in connection with our Client to recruit a Professional and Technical Planning Officer for the Lisburn area. This will be a full-time, temporary position, consisting of 37 hours per week at a rate of £13.99 per hour.

Completion of the following duties are required:

  • Validation and processing of planning applications under supervision of a senior officer
  • Undertaking site visits, participating in site meetings, writing up reports of visits, formulating professional opinions
  • Assisting with the preparation of material for planning appeals and public inquiries;
  • Monitoring planning decisions and investigating suspected cases of unauthorised development, interviewing parties, taking statements, inspecting, surveying and photographing sites, writing up reports, representing the Agency in the service of enforcement notices and acting as a witness at court and enforcement appeals
  • Assisting with the preparation of development plans, enhancement strategies and regeneration proposals for conservation areas, town centres and other selected settlements
  • Assisting with research into and preparation of reports relating to policy formulation and development control
  • Managing technical support staff (if any)
  • Dealing with enquiries from the public, by telephone, correspondence and face to face
  • Operating the Planning Units IT Systems.

It is essential that all candidates meet the following criteria:

  • A Degree or equivalent in a recognised planning qualification, e.g. Planning, Environmental Science, Geography, Architecture, Urban Regeneration and a minimum of one year’s post qualification experience working in a Planning Environment OR
  • A HNC or equivalent in a recognised planning qualification, e.g. Planning, Environmental Science, Geography, Architecture, Urban Regeneration and a minimum of two year’s post qualification experience working in a Planning Environment

AND

  • Experience in the preparation and presentation of planning application reports in relation to development and enforcement planning matters
  • Knowledge of relevant NI Planning Policy and Legislation
  • A full (i.e. not provisional) and current Driving Licence which enables the licence holder to drive in Northern Ireland or access to a form of transport to enable the duties of the post to be carried out in full.

For more information on this role please call us on 028234324. 

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  • £28 – 29,000 with some negotiability
  • Full-Time Permanent

We are currently recruiting for an IT Sales Executive in the Greater Belfast area.  This is a permanent opportunity with a starting salary £28,000 - £29,000. 

The post is focused upon the building of new customer business. The successful candidate will sell across the company portfolio of telecoms and network services and products providing the maximum score for cross selling and up-selling.

Key Tasks & Responsibilities

  • To actively seek out new business, self-generate and close opportunities
  • Proactive prospecting, building, winning and account management of new customer base built by sales person.
  • Primary selling of company products and services
  • Take responsibility for identifying new market opportunities
  • To be responsible for the continual targeting of new accounts all to be delivered against agreed targets in an agreed time frame.
  • Ensuring maintenance and upkeep of the Customer Relationship Management to improve sales effectiveness
  • To attend all sales meeting and training courses as and when requested by Management
  • To be fully compliant with Industry Standards which include: ISO 9001 and ISO 2700
  • Develop and adapt the role to meet the expectations of future business developments, opportunities and expansion
  • Ensuring maintenance and upkeep of the Customer Relationship Management to improve sales effectiveness
  • Providing all necessary information to ensure that customers orders are processed in an efficient manner
  • To attend all sales meeting and training courses as and when requested by Management.

Essential

  • Educated to GCSE level including Grade C passes in English and Math.
  • Customer Service and/or sales training within ICT Industry.
  • A minimum of three year’s sales experience selling ICT/Telecoms/Date/Software. 
  • A minimum of two years Field Sales, (face-to-face), selling ICT/Telecoms/Data/Software.
  • Have experience selling into and managing a variety of accounts across small medium and large organisations
  • Excellent prospecting and selling skills.
  • The ability to manage and develop new sales
  • The ability to work under pressure and meet sales targets by Sales Manager.
  • Excellent negotiation and influencing skills.
  • An ability to proactively generate new sales opportunities.
  • Office administration skills ie Microsoft Office and Report Writing
  • Excellent communicator on telephone, face to face and in writing. 
  • Must be able to work on own initiative and take decisions within Company Policies.
  • Ability to travel to clients across NI and occasionally to ROI
  • Clean UK driving license or ability to show full access to transport (Travelling outside of NI will be occasionally required)

Desirable

  • Experience of selling network data services and products. 
  • Experience of selling in the Public Sector.
  • Experience of using a CRM System
  • Working knowledge of British Safety Standards ISO 9001 & ISO 27001

Job Pearks 

  • Salary: £28,000 – 29,000
  • Probationary: 6 months with an increase by £1,000
  • OTE: £45,000 however, uncapped
  • Car Allowance and fuel card
  • Laptop and mobile
  • Private Health Insurance
  • 33 days holiday plus service days

This role provides an exciting opportunity to join a business that is committed to ensuring that their customers recieve a first class level of service and offer genuine opportunities for career progression. 

For more information on this role or any other vacancy please call us on 02890234324.

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  • £10 per hour
  • Full-Time Permanent

We have a fantastic opportunity to join an established and well-respected Removals & Storage Company based in Belfast.  This is a full time and permanent role with a competitive salary.   The successful candidate will be a friendly, motivated and dedicated individual ideally with removal experience. 

Duties include:

  • Driving across Belfast and NI
  • Taking apart and putting furniture together
  • Packing
  • Loading unloading with care

Essential Criteria

  • HGV experience
  • Clean driving license

For more information on this role, please call us on 02890234324.  

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  • £9.55
  • Full-Time Temporary

We are currently recruiting for Cleansing operatives in Belfast.  This is a full time/temporary role at £9.55 per hour.  

The successful candidate will be responsible to the relevant line manager for undertaking any of the duties listed associated with any of the following functions and within the prevailing establishment:

• Waste Collection

• Street Cleansing

Summary of responsibilities and personal duties

  • To work according to operational rosters as specified by management. 
  • To start and finish at the appropriate depot daily and undertake to required standards in all weather conditions any cleansing, waste collection priority waste or cleansing activity in any relevant location.
  • To use and operate any collection system, equipment, and associated materials as required. To ensure the safe use and storage of such equipment and to report any defects to management in a timely manner; for example, bin lifts or tail lifts. 
  • To assist with the collation of any required data including the use of any computerised or manual data capture systems and to present any necessary reports as required.
  • To ensure that all operations are carried out with due regard to property and with minimum disturbance to members of the public, hence bins, etc should be emptied and returned to their proper location undamaged and lids should be replaced. Appropriate mechanical aids should be used where access permits, spillages should be cleared up and gates should be closed. 
  • To report back accordingly on completion of the day’s route and to inform management of any missed collections and any collections required from new premises or any unfinished work or problems encountered and to return to any premises or area overlooked on the days route. 

Person Specification

  • Applicants must, as at the closing date for receipt of application forms, be able to demonstrate on the application form, by providing personal and specific examples, that they have at least six months’ relevant experience of each of the following:
    • cleaning an outdoor area;
    • dealing with members of the public, in a face-to-face environment; and
    • dealing with health and safety issues, including the safe use of machinery and/or equipment.

For more information on this role, please call us on 02890234324. 

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  • £10.14
  • Full-Time Temporary

Driver – Labourer required in Belfast.  This is a full-time/temporary role at an hourly rate of £10.14.

Reporting to the Assistant Manager (Priority Waste and Transport) or other line managers as appropriate, the primary function of the Pool LGV Driver/Loader is to provide operational cover for all vehicles and associated duties utilised in Cleansing Services.  The Pool LGV Driver/Loader will undertake a variety of duties connected with driving a range of vehicles, supervising operatives, undertaking street cleansing and the collection of waste and recyclable materials from a variety of locations, for delivery to a reception point. Duties will be undertaken within specified area or areas as appropriate and incorporate the use of the full range of refuse collection containers, associated collection equipment, information, and telecommunications technology. 

Summary of responsibilities and personal duties

  • To drive and be responsible for any allocated vehicle and any authorised passengers. Also to ensure that the vehicle is not overloaded and to safely manoeuvre the vehicle on the daily route.
  • To carry out refuse collection and recycling duties, with due regard to property and with minimum disturbance to members of the public, hence bins and other items should be emptied and returned to their proper location undamaged and with lids closed. Appropriate mechanical aids should be used and all spillages should be cleared up and gates closed after collection has been completed.
  • To empty all types of the receptacle and lift all loose waste, as required, ensuring the safe collection and disposal of waste. To undertake any inspection process required to ensure that the materials presented for recycling are not contaminated by non-appropriate materials. This will include both pre and post emptying of the receptacle.
  • To adhere to instructions given regarding the use of landfill or other disposal sites and transfer stations.
  • To adhere to appropriate driving guidelines – driver daily checks, accident procedure, and drivers’ procedures, and other relevant duties. Adherence to health and safety at work legislation and appropriate codes of practice. This also covers the wearing of appropriate protective and reflective clothing, safety footwear and other PPE, the safe lifting of heavy objects and ensuring the safety of the public and other council staff where appropriate.

Person Specification

  • Have a full, current ‘C’ category driving licence which enables them to drive in Northern Ireland (a Large Goods Vehicle (LGV) will be provided for the purposes of fulfilling the duties of this post); 
  • Have a full, current Driver Certificate of Professional Competence (CPC) qualification; and
  • Be able to demonstrate, by providing personal and specific examples on the application form, at least one year’s relevant work experience of each of the following:
  • Driving an LGV in a commercial or public sector environment; and 
  • Dealing directly with members of the public, in person.

For more information on this role, please call us on 02890234324. 

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  • Competitive
  • Full-Time Permanent

We are currently recruiting for a Graduate Quantity Surveyor in Newry.  This is a full time / permanent role with a well-established business who has considerable experience in Civil Engineering & Groundworks.  The role will be Monday - Friday with a competitive salary.   

Typical duties include:
  • Full contract administration from inception to completion
  • Agreement of interim valuations and final accounts including admeasurements and compensation events
  • Preparation of documents for adjudication and discussions with legal advisors
  • Cost and productivity reporting, financial forecasts, programming of works and liaison with clients, commercial manager and directors.
  • Allocation and recording of site resources, checking time-sheets, plant returns and bonus payments.
  • Surveying of Groundworks Engineering Projects
  • Production and management of accurate valuations, including subcontract enquiries, cost monitoring and preparation of valuation and final accounts.
  • Management of sub-contractors.
  • Working closely with clients, commercial and contract delivery teams.

Candidates should be able to demonstrate the following:

  • Groundworks Experience – Essential
  • Good knowledge of Microsoft Office
  • Methodical style of working
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Ability to work under pressure and to tight deadlines
  • Excellent team working ethic

You will be working on schemes of substantial value in the following areas:

  • Civil Engineering Substation Design & Build CHP Design & Build Environmental Improvements & Regeneration Groundwork's
  • Bulk Excavations & Drainage Hard & Soft Landscaping Reinforced Concrete Works & Formwork Car Parks, Roads, Footpaths & Cycle Paths Associated Demolition

For more information on this role, please call us on 02890234324.

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  • £23.63 per hour
  • Full-Time Temporary

We are currently recruiting for a Principal Auditor for the Lisburn area. This is a full time / temporary position with an hourly wage of £23.63 per hour.

The successful candidate will provide a modern, effective internal audit, governance and risk management service to the company through the provision of an excellent assurance and advisory service. To assist the Head of Audit and Risk and the relevant managers in achieving the overall aims and objectives of the service as set out in its Strategy and Plan by ensuring completion of work to agreed quality, time and budget targets.

Main Duties and Responsibilities

  • To undertake planned internal audit assignments using the risk-based audit approach/appropriate audit techniques/methodologies.
  • To access control environments/assurance frameworks by:
    • Interviewing relevant personnel
    • Challenging and verifying information obtained
    • Evaluating risk and controls
    • Drawing conclusions
    • Documenting and reporting findings
    • Recommending and agreeing on actions with management.
  • To provide professional, technical advice and guidance on financial/no financial audit, risk, control and governance matters.
  • To review and advise management on policies, procedures, guidance notes and regulations.
  • To undertake unplanned audits/assignments as required, for example, fraud, financial property, and whistle-blower related investigations and consultancy work.
  • To advise on major system implementations and projects.
  • To facilitate risk management arrangements within the Council, to include business continuity management, when required.

Essential Criteria

  • A third level qualification (for example, an HNC, HND, NVQ Level 4, Degree) or equivalent in a relevant discipline
  • Membership of a professional body affiliated to the Consultative Committee of Accountancy Bodies (CCAB) or be a fully qualified member of the Chartered Institute of Internal Auditors.
  • A minimum of one years’ relevant post-qualification experience in each of the following three areas:
  • Undertaking planned internal audit assignments using appropriate audit techniques and methodologies.
  • Providing professional advice and guidance to management on audit, risk and governance matters; and Effective planning and project management skills
  • Undertaking unplanned assignments including investigations or consultancy work relating to audit, risk, control, and governance matters.

For more information on this role please call us on 02890234324.

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  • £9.17 per hour
  • Full-Time Temporary

We are currently recruiting for a Clerical Officer in Craigavon.  This is a full time / temporary role with an hourly wage of £9.17 per hour.  

Main Duties and responsibilities 

  • Provide a comprehensive and confidential administrative service to include management of incoming and outgoing mail, filing, answering incoming calls, wordprocessing, photocopying, faxing and preparation of correspondence and files.
  • Assist with the completion of forms and reports and preparation and maintenance of correspondence and files as required.
  • Assist with the preparation of Employee Handbooks and associated records prior to commencement of new employees.
  • Maintain detailed records of annual leave and update systems accordingly.
  • Assist with maintaining and updating stationery stock and records.
  • Ensure files/documents are held and maintained in line with the Council’s Retention and Disposal policy.
  • Undertake any other relevant duties that may be required and are commensurate with the nature and grade of the post.

Essential Criteria 

  • Grade C or above in at least 4 GCSEs or equivalent, one of which must be GCSE English Language or equivalent and one of which must be a GCSE in a numerate subject or equivalent and a minimum of 1 year’s previous experience of related duties in an office environment to include diary management, filing and word processing.

OR

  • In lieu of qualifications, you must have at least 2 years’ previous experience of related duties in an office environment to include diary management, filing and word processing.
  • OCR Stage II or equivalent in Word Processing
  • 6 months experience in an admin role (face to face and/or on the telephone)
  • Experience of cash handling

For more information on this role, please call us on 02890234324. 

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  • £13.99
  • Full-Time Temporary
We are currently recruiting for a Community Development Officer for Lisburn.  This is a full time / temporary role at £13.99 per hour.  
 
To be responsible to the Community Development Officer for the programming, organisation and development of activities for groups within and outside council community centres, contributing to the work of a community development team within both the designated area and citywide.  To coordinate and integrate the service work in the promotion of community development, equality of opportunity and the promotion of good community relations.  To initiate and assist local groups or organisations, through community development, to meet their objectives.
 
Main Duties and responsibilities 
  • To assist the Community Development Officer in the development and delivery of community support plan strategies and corporate objectives by means of a team approach, under the direction of the relevant unit manager.
  • To assist the Community Development Officer to research and identify area needs, implement recommendations and to initiate groups and projects for the benefit of the community.
  • To observe any pertinent legislation (Children’s Order or other relevant legislation) and advise groups of their responsibilities under legislation.
  • To recruit, train and develop volunteers from within the community and coordinate and supervise the activities of volunteers.
  • To assist the Community Development Officer to develop the community centre programme and to ensure the programme reflects the needs of the community.
  • To provide administrative support to centre committees and prepare reports and relevant administration as requested.
Essential Criteria 
  • At least one year’s relevant experience, gained in the workplace, of:
    • organising and developing community development programmes of activities; and
    • supporting and supervising volunteers.

For more information on this role, please call us on 02890234324. 

Please email your C.V. to belfast@lynnrecruitment.co.uk if you are interested in this position

  • 8.21 per hour
  • Part-Time Temporary
Telesales canvasser required for a short term contract from the 28th of August until the 6th of September in Belfast.  Working hours are 8.30am - 4.00pm with an hourly wage of £8.21. 
 
The main purpose of this role will be to act as a telephone canvasser to sell the companys educational products while engaging with schools to participate in their fun and educational primary school projects.
 
Essential Criteria 
  • Excellent and enthusiastic verbal communicator
  • Strong sales skills and the ability to engage key school personnel in order to achieve targets
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office with excellent admin skills
  • Self-motivated with enthusiasm and determination to complete the project by the deadline. 
For more information on this role, please call us on 02890234324.  

Please email your C.V. to belfast@lynnrecruitment.co.uk if you are interested in this position

  • £10.14
  • Part-Time Temporary
Health and Fitness Officer required for the Lisburn area. This is a part-time /temporary position for an initial six months; with an hourly wage of  £10.14
 
To be responsible to the Sports Programme Coordinator for the delivery of an innovative Health and fitness programme for customers at Lagan Valley Leisureplex.  To provide and maintain a quality customer service, including devising and delivering Health and fitness instruction programmes, centre-based coaching classes and the Healthwise, GP Referral and Cardiac Rehab programmes. To ensure that facilities are clean and well prepared, all relevant equipment is serviceable and properly handled/set up/taken down.
 
Main Duties and responsibilities 
  • Gym equipment and prepare personalised and tailored fitness programmes, monitor programmes, undertake fitness testing and respond to customer complaints/enquires as required.
  • Promote, develop the Gym Programme and undertake the delivery of centre based classes for customers ranging from school age to senior citizens, to include target Groups where relevant.
  • In Conjunction with the Healthwise and Well Being Officer, be responsible for the delivery of the Healthwise exercise referral scheme including the screening of clients and the delivery of programme related activities. Liaise and provide written reports to health professionals and ensure safe storage of sensitive medical records under the data protection act as required.
  • Contribute to the following:
    • The operation and promotion of the Vitality Health and Fitness Gym, Dry side programmes of classes, the scheduling and delivery of Induction sessions and the promotion of membership, both generally and at special events. (i.e. Health Promotion Fairs/stands).
    • The induction of new staff and work placement students and training of employees as required.
    • The implementation of Health and Safety policies and procedures within the LeisurePlex. Ensure all Health & Safety legislation, published relevant guidelines and Council Health & Safety policies and procedures are complied with, including any personalised and Activity specific risk assessments for activities coached especially external classes i.e. walking/cycling Schemes.
  • Ensure high standards of cleanliness, maintenance and presentation of all equipment within the Centre, reporting any defects or potentially hazardous situations to the manager on duty.
  • Help ensure that all Child Protection and Vulnerable Adult legislation, published relevant guidelines and Council policies are complied with in the operation of the services and activities of the facility, to help ensure a safe environment for both customers and work colleagues.
  • Carry out lifeguard duties as required and assist with the setting up and take down of equipment as required. 

Essential Criteria 

  • Five GCSE passes at grade A-C, NVQ Level 2 or equivalent.
  • Possess a recognised and current coaching qualification in all of the following areas:
  • Fitness or Gym Instruction Level 2
  • Kettlebells
  • Group Cycling
  • A minimum of two years’ experience in lifestyle and fitness testing and health promotion within the Leisure Industry.

Please note an Access NI check is required

For more information on this role please call us on 02890234324. 

Please email your C.V. to belfast@lynnrecruitment.co.uk if you are interested in this position

  • £8.21
  • Full-Time Temporary

We are seeking a Catering Assistant with Barista Experience for a temporary, ongoing role.  This role will commence on the 10th of September.   Working hours are 15.30-20.30 ongoing at an hourly wage of £8.21. 

Main Duties Include:

  • Food preparation
  • Food serving
  • Till operation
  • Cleaning
  • Making coffee and tea

Essential Criteria 

  • At least six months experience in the following areas: 
    • Food preparation
    • Barista experience
    • Dishwashing 
    • Cash register 
    • Cleaning

For more information on this role, call us on 02890234324. 

Please email your C.V. to belfast@lynnrecruitment.co.uk if you are interested in this position

  • £10.00-£12.00
  • Full-Time Temporary

We are seeking Chefs for immediate shifts within Belfast City Centre and the surrounding areas.  These are full time and part-time temporary roles with wages ranging between £10 - £12 per hour. 

Main Duties include: 

  • Day to day management of the food services
  • Cooking duties
  • Development your current team
  • Staffing and rotas
  • Staff supervision and training.

Essential Criteria

  • 3 years' experience in a Chef role and experience of working as part of the kitchen team and also independently.
  • Proven track record in management
  • Excellent communication skills

For more information on this role, please call us on 0289234324. 

Please email your C.V. to belfast@lynnrecruitment.co.uk if you are interested in this position

  • £8.68 per hour
  • Part-Time Temporary
We are currently working to recruit a Full-time Temporary HRC Operative in the Downpatrick area.  This is a full time/temporary with an hourly wage of £8.68. 
 
As HRC Operative you will be responsible for guiding and assisting users to dispose of approved waste and materials for recycling at Household Recycling Centres.  You will undertake general duties at any Household Recycling Centre.  It is expected that the role will evolve and transform with on-going changes.  You will be expected to be flexible and adaptable to meet the changing needs and requirements of the organization, and duties and responsibilities may vary.
 
Main Duties and Responsibilities
  • Responsible for the operation of the Civic Amenity and Recycling Centre and the promotion of recycling to all site users.
  • Cash handling in accordance with procedures, for all monies received at skip sites, to include issue of receipts and deposit of monies to safe. Collection and recording of all prepaid vouchers presented by commercial customers using the site.
  • Control traffic entering and leaving the site, issue of directions for tipping and assistance to the public with tipping as required.
  • Responsible for the upkeep and cleansing of the site and its surrounds to include the site office and facilities.
  • Responsible for the general maintenance of the approach road and verge in the immediate vicinity of the site, which is under Council control, e.g. spreading of salt.
  • Completion of all associated records and paperwork as required, including site records and issue of Controlled Waste transfer notes. 
  • Ensure the skip site is opened each morning and locked each evening as appropriate, ensuring that the alarm system is activated accordingly.
  • Report to the Refuse Officer or other designated officer on damages, loss, repairs, etc, so as to ensure the continued safe running of the site.
  • Operation of CCTV recording system as required.
  • Ensure that materials are separated and placed in relevant skips, eg, timber, metal, green waste, in order to promote recycling on the site.
  • Responsible for application and monitoring of on-site pest control and insect control measures.
  • Separate and store electrical goods, fridges and freezers and white goods, in accordance with the model conditions of the site.

Essential criteria:

  • Flexible, able to work unsociable hours, including weekends and bank holidays
  • Ability to operate mechanical equipment
  • Ability to work as part of a team and on own initiative 
  • Previous experience within a similar role
  • Knowledge of the waste and recycling industry

For more information on this role or any other vacancy please call us on 028 9023 4324

Please email your C.V. to belfast@lynnrecruitment.co.uk if you are interested in this position

  • £15.36
  • Full-Time Temporary
Energy Management Officer required in Newry.  This is a full time/temporary role consisting of 37 hours per week.  
 
The postholder will be responsible for developing, implementing and maintaining an Energy Management Programme and Monitoring plan for the Council to drive and create an innovative approach to minimise and reduce energy consumption within Council buildings and facilities. 
 
Duties and Responsibilities 
  • Develop, implement and monitor policies, plans, and initiatives that deliver both measurable and quantifiable continuous improvements in the Council’s use of energy. 
  • Responsible for researching current and proposed legislative requirements relating to energy conservation and in liaison with Head of Sustainability introduce and manage effective measures to ensure compliance. 
  • Develop, implement and manage an effective IT-based energy monitoring and targeting programme. Benchmark consumption data against best practice guidelines – produce and distribute performance reports both internally and to relevant external bodies. 
  • Conduct energy trend analysis and undertake utility consumption audits of Council buildings and associated assets to identify best practice, measure performance and drive continuous energy efficiency improvement schemes and complete mandatory Display Energy Certificates (DEC’s). 
  • Investigate, develop and deliver new sustainable energy proposals for Newry, Mourne and Down District Council. 
  • Conduct site inspections and energy surveys as required, initiate and manage specialist technical energy audits and feasibility studies conducted by internal/external service providers. 
  • Investigate, develop and implement energy management-related projects for the Council using the principles of good project management. 
  • Identify opportunities and funding packages for cost-effective energy schemes with particular emphasis on opportunities for the use of renewable energies.
Essential Criteria 
  • A third level qualification (e.g. HNC/NHD, Level 4, etc, in line with the Qualifications and Credit Framework (QCF) 
  • At least 1 year’s experience in EACH of the following: 
    • Development, implementation, and management of energy management projects and or programmes. 
    • Data Collection and Analysis 
  • Energy Auditing experience in the use of Building Management systems. accreditation for Completion of Mandatory Display Energy Certificates or equivalent qualification/certification. 
For more information on this role please call us on 02890234324. 

Please email your C.V. to belfast@lynnrecruitment.co.uk if you are interested in this position

  • £28,000 - £32,000
  • Full-Time Permanent

We are seeking a Senior Sous Chef for a busy Bistro close to Portadown. This is a full-time,  permanent role with a salary ranging from £28,000-£32,000 depending on experience. 

Main Duties 

  • Conducting the daily operations for the kitchen, supervising the team and ensuring a smooth running of service for breakfast, brunch, afternoon tea and dinner.
  • The Senior Sous Chef will have a strategic role in the organisation, supporting the team with menu creation, food cost and training of the brigade.

Essential Criteria 

  • Own transport is compulsory
  • 2 years experience at sous chef level required

This is a fantastic opportunity for a Senior Sous-Chef to take a new exciting challenge within a foodie place!

For more information on this role please call us on 02890234324. 

Please email your C.V. to belfast@lynnrecruitment.co.uk if you are interested in this position

  • £9.14
  • Full-Time Temporary

General Operative required for the Craigavon area.  This is a full time / temporary role at an hourly rate of  £9.14.  

The post holder will carry out general labouring, grounds maintenance, refuse collection, street cleansing duties and cemetery grounds maintenance duties and will also be used for the essential cover for annual leave.

Main duties and responsibilities 

  • Work as part of the refuse collection, street cleansing, recycling centre, grounds maintenance and cemetery teams as required throughout the area. The post holders will be required to carry out duties such as refuse collection, grass cutting, hedge cutting, weeding, watering, street cleansing, recycling centre duties, cemetery grounds maintenance and general labouring.
  • Provide staff cover at events, to include setting up and taking down of crowd control barriers, supervising car parking and litter picking. 
  • Drive vehicles as and when required and report any defects or damage to the vehicle to the Operations Supervisor.
  • Clean and maintain all equipment/ tools etc. issued and report any defects immediately to your Supervisor.
  • Ensure wear of all protective clothing issued and ensure it is kept clean and neat and in good practical condition.
  • Complete timesheet on a daily basis and return to your Supervisor at the end of each working week.
  • Have due regard for your own health and safety, and the safety of your colleagues and the general public.

Essential Criteria 

  • 3 months’ experience in at least two of the following:
    • General labouring in an outdoors environment, e.g. grounds maintenance, cleansing or refuse collection;
    • Using push lawn mowers;
    • Using ride on mowers;
    • Dealing with the public in a customer service capacity.
  • Excellent communications skills;
  • Ability to work as part of a team;
  • Ability to work on own initiative;
  • Understanding of Health and Safety requirements.
  • Hold a full current Driving Licence (valid in the UK)

For more information on this role please call us on 02890234324. 

Please email your C.V. to belfast@lynnrecruitment.co.uk if you are interested in this position

  • 10.14
  • Part-Time Temporary

We are currently working in connection with our Public Sector Client to recruit a temporary Receptionist to be based in Lisburn. Part-time position, consisting of 22 hours per week at a rate of £10.14 per hour.

The postholder will be at the forefront of customer services dealing with the public at reception desk and by telephone. The duties will also include operating a computerised booking/cash system, selling tickets/issuing receipts and maintenance of information databases, directing conference delegates and other users.  The post holder will assume other delegated duties relevant to the post reasonably assigned by the Senior Retail and Administration Co-ordinator including participation in the interchange of duties/location to cover annual leave/other absences.

Main Duties: 

  • Provision of a full range of receptionist services including dealing with the public in person, by telephone and by email in accordance with the  Customer Care standards. Processing incoming/outgoing mail. Operation of the switchboard ensuring calls are correctly diverted and messages received promptly delivered.
  • Operation of a computerised booking/cash system including recording, monitoring and reporting to management all relevant information in relation to bookings and usage. Reconciliation of cash processing lodgements in accordance with procedures.
  • Promotion of stock, stock control and merchandising. 
  • Provision of clerical and administrative support to include word processing, filing and maintenance of records.

Essential Criteria 

  • Five GCSE passes at Grade A-C, NVQ Level 2 in Administration or equivalent.
  • A minimum of one years’ experience in a customer service environment or receptionist post.
  • A working knowledge of computer packages to include database experience.

Desirable Criteria

  • Experience in the operation of a computerised booking/cash system.

For more information on this role please call us on 02890234324.  

Please email your C.V. to belfast@lynnrecruitment.co.uk if you are interested in this position

  • £11.00
  • Full-Time Temporary

We are currently working with a leading multinational IT provider, to recruit an Associate Team Leader in the Belfast area.  This is a full time / permanent role at an hourly rate of  £11.00. 

Working within one of the organisation’s largest campaigns, the successful candidate will be responsible for managing the support team, which is providing comprehensive Voice and Email support to customers.  This support service provided by the team will range from offering end-user support to coordination with the vendor, client problem management team & other towers, whilst delivering a high level of customer service and quality of service. 

Main Duties and responsibilities
The role requires proficiency in support desk area as the team members will support:
  • Performing Life Cycle of Incident Management Process, starting with Incident Logging to Call Closure and customer satisfaction survey.
  • Telephonic support to End Users and co-ordination with Vendors, Client Problem Management team and other Towers.
  • Troubleshooting on Application Support (Off Shelf or Customized)
  • Troubleshooting on Printers & MFD’s
  • Troubleshooting on VPN software and Collaboration tools
  • Troubleshooting on Password Reset tools and Remote Control tools
  • Troubleshooting of MS Windows & Office, Desktops, Laptops, iPad Peripherals and -Networking
  • Troubleshooting Application and Workplace IT & Communications & Collaboration Support (including IP Telephony)
Essential Criteria 
  • Exposure to a similar role for a minimum of 1 year.
  • Experience of working in a 24/7 environment.
  • Team Leader experience gained in an I.T Help Desk environment.
Desirable Criteria 
  • ITIL foundation certified or exposed to the framework.
  • CompTIA A+ / Microsoft Certified Desktop Support Technician (MCDST)
  • Comp TIA PDI+ 
  • Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS)

This role is subject to a 6-month probationary period after which a permanent contract will be offered.

For more information on this role please call us on 02890234324. 

Please email your C.V. to belfast@lynnrecruitment.co.uk if you are interested in this position

  • £19,500k + Commission
  • Full-Time Temporary
We are currently working with a leading media and advertising agency to recruit several Field Sales Representatives in the Belfast area.  This is a Full Time / Temporary role with an annual salary of £19,500 + commission.  
 
The successful candidate will maximise all selling opportunities, ensuring that all targets are met, whilst providing an exceptional level of service at all times. This is the perfect opportunity for a confident, hardworking individual who thrives when working in a customer facing environment. A good people person who can build and maintain relationships.
 
Person Specification
  • Previous field sales experience essential - ideally 2 years
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Excellent customer service skills
  • Strong negotiating and closing sales techniques
  • Top performer that meets and exceeds targets
  • Full driving licence essential
Benefits 
  • Paid weekly
  • Excellent basis salary £19,500 + attractive bonus 
  • Pool car and fuel provided during working hours 

For more information on this role please call us on 02890234324.  

Please email your C.V. to belfast@lynnrecruitment.co.uk if you are interested in this position

  • £22, 000 - £25,000
  • Full-Time Permanent

We are currently working in connection with our Client to recruit a Chef De Partie for their well-renowned and established restaurant. Full-time, permanent position, consisting of 40 hours per week, with an annual salary between £22,000 - £25, 000. 

This is an excellent opportunity to join a locally owned restaurant with an enthusiasm for food, culinary expertise and the delivery of exceptional customer service.

Main duties include:

  • Preparing, cooking and presenting dishes within your speciality
  • Assisting the Head Chef and Sous Chef in the development of new dishes and menus
  • Using local ingredients to prepare high quality dishes
  • Ensuring that you adhere to all Health & Safety legislation
  • Keeping your section of the kitchen clean and tidy

Essential criteria:

  • Two years of previous experience in a similar role
  • Level two food safety
  • Genuine desire to develop your career
  • High level of flexibility to meet the needs of the business

For more information on this role or any other vacancy please call us today on 028 9023 4324.

Please email your C.V. to belfast@lynnrecruitment.co.uk if you are interested in this position

  • 8.21 per hour
  • Full-Time Temporary

We are currently working in connection with our long standing Client, a global finance company, to recruit multiple Market Researcher for their ongoing assignment. Based out of their modern Belfast City centre based offices there will be a range of shifts available on both a full-time and part time basis. 

Making calls to existing customers (no selling involved), you will gain an in-depth understanding of their experiences with a particular product or service. Building a rapport with customers you will help uncover their experiences (whether that be positive or negative) and record all answers into the in-house computing system.

Essential criteria:

  • Excellent telephone manner
  • The ability to build a good rapport with customers
  • Ability to communicate in a friendly and courteous manner
  • Exceptional customer service skills
  • Strong work ethic

If you are struggling to find a position that offers flexible working hours then this could be the perfect opportunity for you.

For more information on this role or any other vacancy please call us on 028 9023 4324.

  • £24,000 - £27,000 p/a
  • Full-Time Permanent
We are currently searching for a Senior Payroll and Pensions Administrator to join a market-leading Agency.  Full-time, permanent position, consisting of 37.5 hours per week, Monday to Friday and a salary of £24,000 - £27,000 per annum.
 
 The position will entail end to end processing of payroll for 600+ people within a payroll team ensuring that calculations and payments are accurately produced in a timely manner within strict deadlines.
 
Main Duties include: 
  • Management and completion of end to end weekly Payroll processes across various contracts. Ensuring all overtime, sickness, parental leave and annual leave accrual is recorded and input into the system accurately and on time
  • To ensure that all payments to Temporary workers, staff, HMRC and Pension Providers are processed correctly according to the agreed schedule
  • To produce weekly payslips
  • Process new starts and leavers
  • Respond to and resolve complex payroll related queries in a professional and timely manner
  • To produce payroll reports
  • To process end of year returns accurately and on time
  • To maintain all necessary administration relating to payroll
  • To ensure that payroll is administered in accordance with all legislative requirements
  • Maintaining accurate pensions data for all Temporary Workers including auto-enrollment and opt-out the documentation
  • Assistance with general finance duties within the department as necessary
Essential Criteria 
  • A minimum of 5 GCSE’s at grade C or above to include English Language and Mathematics (or equivalent)
  • Recognised Sage Payroll qualification
  • Sage Computerised Payroll experience
  • High level of competency using Microsoft Excel
  • 3 years relevant experience in a similar role 
  • Ability to manage high volume end to end payroll
  • Previous experience of dealing with pensions and management of autoenrollment
  • Knowledge of manual calculations and Payroll legislation
  • Ability to work with large volumes of data with a high level of attention to detail
  • Resilient with the ability to work under pressure to ensure deadlines are met
  • Ability to communicate clearly and effectively
  • Customer-focused with the ability to be flexible to meet the demands of the role
  • Understanding the need to follow established procedures and working to best practice at all times
  • Ability to use time effectively and show initiative within a team environment
  • A progressive approach, contributing to overall service, through continuous improvement
  • Ability to think logically and solve problems effectively
  • Have a ‘can-do’ attitude
Desirable Criteria
  • Experience working within a Recruitment Agency

For more information on this role or any other vacancy please call us on 02890234324.

Please email your C.V. to belfast@lynnrecruitment.co.uk if you are interested in this position

  • 8.19 – 12.28 per hour
  • Full-Time Temporary
2 Field Market Researchers required for the Belfast area to work with our long-standing Client.  
 
Main Duties:
  • Conducting observations of the punctuality of trains and buses.
  • Conducting short face-to-face customer satisfaction surveys with customers of Translink services.
  • Observing conditions at stations and on trains.
Essential Criteria 
  • Confident about approaching and engaging with members of the public.
  • Need to be able to travel for substantial periods on public transport and should, therefore, consider carefully whether they suffer from any form of motion sickness. 
  • Familiarity with mobile devices (iPads) for interviewing.
  • Working mobile phone. 
For more information on this role or any other vacancy please call us on 028 9023 4324.

Please email your C.V. to belfast@lynnrecruitment.co.uk if you are interested in this position

  • £12.13 per hour
  • Full-Time Temporary

We are currently working in connection with our Public Sector Client to recruit a Vehicle Maintenance Fitter for the Lisburn area. Full-time, temporary position consisting of 37 hours per week at a rate of £12.13 per hour.

As a member of the Operational Services Team the post holder will be responsible for the effective and efficient maintenance of the organisations entire vehicle fleet, including refuse vehicles, commercial trucks, light vans, heavy plant and grounds maintenance equipment.

Diagnosing, repairing and maintaining heavy commercial plant/vehicles including servicing and preparation for PSV’s and MOT’s you will carry out vehicle safety checks, preventative maintenance and daily response maintenance/repairs.

Essential criteria:

  • Recognised Apprenticeship in Heavy and/or Light vehicle or Plant maintenance
  • A recognised Motor Vehicle Trade qualification to either NVQ Level 3 or City & Guilds 381 parts 1 and 2 or equivalent
  • A minimum of 3 years’ post apprenticeship employment experience

For more information on this role or any other vacancy please call us on 028 9023 4324.

Please email your C.V. to belfast@lynnrecruitment.co.uk if you are interested in this position

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