Lynn Recruitment

Financial Advisor

18736-18736
  • Full-Time Permanent

Due to rapid growth and expansion, we are liaising closely with our very prestigious and well established Client to recruit a Financial Advisor.The successful advisor will spend the day talking to clients about their financial objectives and risk tolerance and then recommend an appropriate financial planning strategy. To excel in this tightly regulated role you should already have the appropriate licenses and a deep knowledge of all the latest financial products on the market.

Financial Advisor Responsibilities:

  • Talking to clients to determine their expenses, income, insurance coverage, financial objectives, tax status, risk tolerance, or other information needed to develop a financial plan.
  • Answering client questions about financial plans and strategies and giving financial advice.
  • Advising strategies for clients in insurance coverage, investment planning, cash management and other areas to help them reach financial objectives.
  • Reviewing client accounts and plans on a regular basis to understand if life or economic changes, situational concerns, or financial performance necessitate changes in their plan.
  • Analyzing financial data received from clients to develop strategies for meeting clients' financial goals.
  • Preparing or interpreting financial document summaries, investment performance reports and income projections for clients.
  • Implementing financial plans or referring clients to professionals who can help them.
  • Managing and updating client portfolios.
  • Contacting clients regularly to discover changes in their financial status.
  • Building and maintaining your client base.

Financial Advisor Requirements:

  • Bachelor degree in business, finance or related field.
  • 1-2 years of sales experience.
  • Must have current FINRA Series 7 and 63 Securities Registration (66 or 65 preferred).
  • Life and health license.
  • Valid driver’s license.
  • Knowledge of mutual fund, securities, and insurance industries.
  • Proficient in Word, Excel, Outlook, and PowerPoint.
  • Comfortable using a computer for various tasks.
  • Experience providing quality financial advice.
 

 

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

  • Circa £26000.00
  • Full-Time Permanent

Working closely with our well established award winning client, we are recruiting for Graduate Civil Engineers to join this prestigious company, develop and enhance their skills.

The successful candidate will:

  • Manage project resources
  • Ensure that the costs remain within the budget
  • Conduct feasibility studies like site investigations, technical feasibility, etc.
  • Ensure that the project work goes on smoothly according to schedule
  • Acquire accurate information of the needs and requirements of the client
  • Evaluate the environmental impact of the project and the risks associated 
  • Prepare blueprints using CAD software
  • Prepare bids for tenders
  • Assist in preparing the designs, specifications, etc., for the project
  • Conduct routine inspection on the site to identify any potential problems
  • Plan and carry out repair work and renovations
  • Allocate work to the on-site staff
  • Ensuring that the sites meet all the legal, health and safety guidelines
  • Monitor the site work and prepare status reports for the management
  • Report to the planning bodies and public agencies
  • Coordinate with the other concerned professionals like architects, surveyors, contractors, etc.
  • Prepare quotations for labour and materials
  • Educate the on-site staff on safety precautions

As you gain experience and seniority, you will handle more complex work like managing other engineers, more advanced design or analysis, work, management of the more complex projects, etc.

You will have a degree in Civil Engineering accredited by Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE)

 

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

  • £12.94 - £14.00
  • Full-Time Temporary

Lynn Recruitment are working closely with their long term client to recruit a Temporary Vehicle Maintenance  – Skilled Operative

The Purpose and Function of the post is to inspect, service, and repair all assets within Client’s fleet register which includes a diverse range of specialist vehicles plant and equipment in accordance with manufacturer’s specifications.

Essential Education for post:

  • NVQ Level 3 or equivalent in Motor Vehicle Studies
  • Fully time served mechanic with 2 years’ post apprenticeship experience.
  • Possession of a current category ‘C’ driving licence

Essential Experience for post: 

  • Applicants must provide specific and personal examples of having at least 2 years’ relevant experience in the following areas: 
  • Preparing vehicles for Goods Vehicles Certificate Inspections 
  • Repair of petrol and diesel engines
  • Hydraulic electric and pneumatic systems
  • Working as part of a team

Desirable Criteria:

  • Applicants must provide specific and personal examples of having at least 2 years’ relevant experience in the following areas: 
  • Repair of grounds maintenance equipment
  • Electrical repairs and using fault diagnostic equipment
  • Working on Municipal vehicles (Refuse Collection, Street Sweepers, Skip Hoists)
  • Welding to include Arc, MIg, Tig and Gas

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

HGV Driver 1 & 2

18732-18732
  • 10.41-11.27ph
  • Full-Time Temporary
Lynn Recruitment are working closely with their long term client to recruit a number of HGV Drivers in the Mid Ulster area.
This is an excellent opportunity to help out within the current pandemic, ensuring the local environment and communities are maintained to the highest standard.
The successful candidates will drive a range of vehicles within Cleansing Services and to complete a range of vehicle checks as required.
  • Work as team leader ensuring the collection and removal of recyclables, household, industrial and commercial waste, including bulky items from various locations. 
  • Carry out street cleaning duties throughout the District.
  • Provide flexible and effective cover across a range of Client’s services delivered by the Cleansing Section

Essential Criteria:

  • Applicants must hold a valid Category C driving licence and have a valid up-to-date Certificate of Professional Competence (CPC) Driver Card.
  • Applicants must hold a valid Digital Tachograph Driver card.
  • Applicants must demonstrate that they are able to read and understand written instructions.
  • Applicants must provide specific and personal examples of having at least 1 year’s relevant experience in the following areas:
  • Driving a Category C Vehicle on a public highway;
  • Manual work and keeping simple records.

Desirable Criteria:

  • Applicants must provide specific and personal examples of having at least 6 months’ relevant experience in the following areas:
  • Working as part of a refuse collection/cleansing team or have operated a refuse collection vehicle/mechanical sweeper;
  • Working to a set daily schedule/plan e.g. collection round.

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

  • 16.25
  • Part-Time Temporary

Main Purpose of Post/Job Summary

To work as part of a team responsible for the implementation of Councils Community Plan, through the management of a District Electoral Area (DEA) Forum including input into delivery relating to:

PCSP

Good Relations

Neighbourhood Renewal

Community Development

Social Inclusion

Community Engagement

Ethnic Minority Communities

 

Datahub Information Management System To actively promote and take a lead role in coordinating a multi-agency approach to support the implementation of a local action plan.

To work with DEA colleagues to facilitate an integrated and multi-agency approach to community planning on areas such as Health & Well-being, Environment, Education, Economic Development & Safety. Duties and Responsibilities

 

1. To be the single point of contact for the DEA dealing with day to day enquiries from members of the public, elected members, key community statutory and voluntary partners in relation to local issues and concerns.

2. To be responsible for the development and implementation of a multi-faceted DEA Forum Action Plan which responds to identified local need.

3. To implement a programme of outreach work to enhance the public and community awareness of the DEA Forum and to increase the involvement of the public with the aim of achieving the Forums aims and objectives.

4. To support the development and implementation of the Councils Community Plan across all areas of the district.

5. To coordinate activities of the Council DEA Forum and to monitor and review on-going projects including the collation and review of progress reports, strategic grants and priorities.

6. To initiate and promote cooperation between Council departments in order ensure a holistic response to areas identified in the DEA forum action plan, and to implement effective responses to identified areas of need across the DEA.

 

Essential Criteria

Third level qualification or above (e.g. HNC/NHD, Level 4 etc, in line with the Qualifications and Credit Framework (QCF)

One years' experience in the management and delivery of projects in partnership with external agencies.

One years' experience of community development and working with / for community and voluntary organisations.

Full current driving licence and access to transport, OR have access to transport to meet the requirements of the post.

Contract length: 2 months

Part-time hours: 18 per week

Application deadline: 16/12/2020

Expected start date: 01/01/2021

Job Types: Part-time, Temporary

Salary: £16.25 per hour

Benefits:

 

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

LGV Driver

18624
  • £10.14
  • Full-Time Temporary

Job Description

If you are a HGV Driver interested in full time; hands on work, then this is the opportunity for you. Lynn Recruitment are working in connection with our public sector client to appoint a Driver with Cleansing duties for the Belfast area.

This is a full time, temporary on-going position offering an hourly rate of £10.14. The successful candidate will be required to drive refuse collection vehicles, road sweepers, sideloaders and vans. Full training will be provided.

Main Duties Include: Completion of daily and weekly vehicle checks and sign as a true record of defects, mileage and driving hours.

Drive refuse collection vehicles, road sweepers, sideloaders and vans.

 

Person Specification

The ideal candidate will possess:

C1+E license

CPC license

Experience driving a LGV.

 

This role provides an exciting opportunity to join our large public sector client, committed to ensuring that their customers receive a first class level of service and offering genuine opportunities for career progression.

For more information on this role please send your CV.

Job Types: Full-time, Temporary

Salary: £10.14 per hour

Contract length: 1 month

Job Type: Temporary

Salary: £10.14 per hour

 

Experience:

1 year preferred

 

Work remotely

No

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

  • £12.95 per hour
  • Full-Time Temporary

Job Description

Lynn Recruitment are working on behalf of our public sector client to recruit a IT Technician for the Lisburn area

KEY PURPOSE OF JOB:

As a member of the IT Section the post holder will be act as first level support for IT helpdesk enquiries providing solutions in relation to hardware and software within the Council.

The IT Technician assists with the deployment of hardware and configuration of iphones, Microsoft based devices, and any associated VPN requirements ensuring compliance with Council security requirements and assists senior officers in developing and managing the Council ICT infrastructure.

The post holder is required to provide support to Elected Members, administration and Senior Management in relation to various meetings which includes occasional support outside of normal working hours.

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES

Respond to requests for technical assistance in person, via telephone, via email, and be the initial point of contact for all IT requests. Provide first level support for all IT problems/queries.

Help administer the helpdesk system using standard helpdesk principles.
Manage responses to user’s hardware/software/infrastructure/telephony problems, Advise users, diagnose and resolve issues, escalate tickets where required, and update the helpdesk system.

Manage the creation/modification/deletion of Active Directory and various other user accounts.

Builds and deploys Windows 10 PC’s and laptops in accordance with our standard build procedure.

Set up and configuring Apple iphones and Microsoft-based workstation devices and peripherals, setting up and supporting VPN clients whilst ensuring devices are compliant with organisational security requirements.

Assist with the management and development of the Council’s ICT systems including hardware, applications, system performance, windows patching, anti-virus, and installation.

General administration for IT services, including maintaining / recording / updating the asset management and other related systems.

Assist the Assistant Manager - Infrastructure maintain a working organisational network / telecoms infrastructure including the ability to troubleshoot network/wifi/telephony problems at remote sites and visiting sites to solve problems.

Assist with maintenance, troubleshooting, configuration and monitoring of the network, maintain secure network connectivity on sites, follow Change Management to deliver and develop a secure Active Directory.

In conjunction with the Assistant Manager - Infrastructure, support the Council’s data management strategy, including data back-up and storage and disaster recovery. Ensure that Council staff save information to recoverable locations on the network.

Assist in the proposal, design and implementation of new hardware and software solutions.

Assist the Assistant Manager - Infrastructure with network-related issues affecting the WAN, liaising with external organisations to solve network-related problems, to minimise downtime and ensure minimum disruption to business operations.

Establish and maintain good working relationships with internal and external stakeholders whilst adhering to tight time-frames.

Undertake training as designated by the Assistant Manager - Infrastructure for your personal development, and to keep abreast of current industry news, staying current with system information, changes and updates.

Assist senior officers in the unit in ensuring that all IT systems work carried out meets applicable health and safety regulations.

Ensure personal compliance with Council policies and procedures and operate within the highest standards of management and personal behaviours, which reflect the core value and behaviour of the Council.

Promote equality of opportunity and access in service delivery.

It is essential that applicants have a minimum of :

QUALIFICATIONS

– 5 GCSE passes at grades A-C, NVQ Level 2 or equivalent.

EXPERIENCE

1.2 – A minimum of three years’ work experience in an I.T. related post, to include:
Operating a helpdesk facility in a large organisation.
Experience of Working with and trouble shooting Microsoft Office Products
IPhone Setup Experience
VOIP/Telephony Experience

Where applicants do not hold the qualifications as outlined in 1.1 above, they must demonstrate a minimum of five years’ experience as outlined in 1.2 above.

2.1 knowledge of the following:
ITIL experience and knowledge,
Cisco;
Office 365; and
Networking / Comms.

Contract length: 6 months

Application deadline: 21/12/2020

Expected start date: 04/01/2021

Job Type: Temporary

Salary: £12.95 per hour

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

Mechanic

18571
  • £12.37 per hour
  • Full-Time Temporary

Job Description

Lynn Recruitment are working in connection with our public sector client to recruit a Mechanic in Craigavon

JOB PURPOSE: The post holder will be required to carry out scheduled maintenance operations on all fleet vehicles, plant and equipment. This will include light vans and lorries, specialist vehicles such as road sweepers etc, heavy goods and complex vehicles including refuse lorries and rear end loaders. The post holder will be required to act as Foreperson on rotational basis as and when required.

 

Candidates must have a valid driving License and experience in a similar role.

 

MAIN DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:

1. Repair and maintenance of light and heavy goods vehicles, plant and machinery including fault diagnosis.

2. Attend off-site breakdowns and effect necessary repairs to render vehicle roadworthy or recover to Depot.

3. Carry out new vehicle Pre-Delivery Inspections and Routine Vehicle Safety Inspections. Commission new plant and equipment and maintain fleet records.

4. Carry out planned maintenance works on all fleet vehicles in accordance with annual programme. Plan required maintenance operations and parts requirements etc to ensure efficient and effective servicing to minimise downtime for all fleet vehicles.

5. Identify, research, compile, deliver and evaluate relevant training courses to Craigavon Borough Council employees, Agency and Casual staff, on vehicle, plant and equipment related issues to Freight Transport Association and ‘O’ License requirements.

6. Lead, Supervise and implement projects commensurate with the post as and when required, taking responsibility for results, completion dates etc.

7. Road test vehicles, and make recommendations to Supervision on safety/road worthiness of vehicles.

8. Responsible for the security of fleet items and mobile plant while in the Garage premises and for the authorised movements of such items in and out of the Workshop.

9. Carry out responsive maintenance works on all fleet vehicles as necessary and as directed by Supervision. Operate a triage system.

10. Liaising with other Council Departments as required and to co-operate and assist Supervisors in the day-to-day running of the various sections with regard to machinery and fleet.

11. Make recommendations to Supervision and Stores management on parts/spares and repairs required to affect a cost effective repair to vehicles/plant.

12. Carry out detailed PSV/MOT pre-inspections on all vehicles and make recommendations to Supervision as to type and extent of repairs needed to ensure a PSV/MOT pass.

13. Carry out fault diagnositics on a wide range of specialist vehicle control systems, including hydraulic, pneumatic, electrical and electronic systems.

14. Use computer based vehicle test/diagnostic systems to diagnose and repair and adjust vehicle systems.

 

Contract length: 6 months

Application deadline: 10/12/2020

Expected start date: 20/12/2020

Job Types: Full-time, Temporary

Salary: £12.37 per hour

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

LGV Driver

18531
  • £10.14 per hour
  • Full-Time Temporary

Job Description

If you are a HGV Driver interested in full time; hands on work, then this is the opportunity for you. Lynn Recruitment are working in connection with our public sector client to appoint a Driver with Cleansing duties for the Belfast area.

This is a full time, temporary on-going position offering an hourly rate of £10.14. The successful candidate will be required to drive refuse collection vehicles, road sweepers, sideloaders and vans. Full training will be provided.

Main Duties Include: Completion of daily and weekly vehicle checks and sign as a true record of defects, mileage and driving hours.

Drive refuse collection vehicles, road sweepers, sideloaders and vans.

Person Specification

The ideal candidate will possess:

(HCC) Full driving license- HGV license

CPC license

Experience driving a HGV.

This role provides an exciting opportunity to join our large public sector client, committed to ensuring that their customers receive a first class level of service and offering genuine opportunities for career progression.

For more information on this role please send your CV.

Job Types: Full-time, Temporary

Salary: £10.14 per hour

  • £16.25 per hour
  • Part-Time Temporary

Main Purpose of Post/Job Summary:

The postholder will have responsibility for contributing to the delivery of an effective Health and Well Being Service which is customer focused, innovative and value for money, through the assignment to any area of responsibility, within the Health and Well Being Department. The postholder will undertake inspections of commercial and domestic premises, investigate complaints and accidents, enforce relevant statutory provisions and provide advice and make recommendations to the public, commercial and government organisations.

Up to 31 December 2020: 18.5 hour post: hours / days of work are flexible, in line with operational requirements

Hours of work are kept under review and may change in order to meet operational requirements, providing requisite notice

From 1 January 2021:  18.5 hour posts: Working pattern/shift rota: the hours of work will be an average of 18.5 hours per week, the shift/working pattern is to be confirmed, but will require night, evening and weekend working.  Hours to be incorporated into the shift/working rota, will include: • Mon-Sun – 2.30am to 9.30am • Mon-Fri – 2.30pm to 9.30pm 

When advised, you will be required, for operational reasons to work outside of these hours, including on extra statutory, bank and/or public holidays.

Duties and Responsibilities:

1. Undertake visits, inspections, investigations and initiate appropriate follow up action, including the servicing of notices and issuing of permits, licenses and approvals, as defined within their level of authorisation, in accordance with relevant legislation, regulations, codes of practice, statutory guidance and departmental policies and procedures.

2. Investigate and resolve complaints and process enquiries within the specific designated functional area of responsibility, whilst meeting timescales and performance indicators.

3. Conduct sampling programmes and surveys, to include interpreting and analysing results to ensure appropriate action is taken, including any enforcement action as necessary.

4. Assess and make comment on Planning and Building Control applications and consultations to include, providing professional/technical advice and guidance in respect of such consultations on the proposed design and layout of facilities and potential adverse environmental impacts.

5. Assist Head of Service and/or SEHO in the preparation and submission of funding applications and monitoring returns in respect of special projects undertaken within the functional area remit.

6. Liaise and engage with all stakeholders, elected members, contractors and other Council departments, user groups, voluntary and statutory agencies in order to promote areas of responsibility, meet service needs and ensure statutory regulations are complied with.

7. Produce written reports, business cases as required and attend necessary Council meetings and committee meetings.

8. Gather and retain evidence and provide witness statements in accordance with PACE, RIPA and when necessary, attend Court as a witness on behalf of Council, in the enforcement of relevant legislation and by-laws.

Essential Criteria

• Degree or Diploma in Environmental Health or equivalent qualification.

• Certificate of Registration with Environmental Health Officers Registration Board (EHORB) or equivalent.

• Have 6 months previous experience in the enforcement of environmental health legislation.

• Have at least 1 year’s previous experience in the enforcement of environmental health legislation.

  • £15.78 per hour
  • Full-Time Temporary

Working closely with our public sector client we are recruiting for a Finance Office Manager with immediate effect.

JOB PURPOSE:

To be responsible, as a member of a multi-skilled team, for a wide range of duties within the Finance Department, including tasks associated with Creditors, Debtors, Income and other accounting tasks. The post holder will be required to operate all systems within the Finance Department although it is expected that the main duties will focus on core ledgers.

To provide an efficient and effective administration service to internal and external customers which will include managing staff within the Finance Team, task allocation and prioritisation of work.

The post will require a high level of customer service, and ability to deal with and resolve issues using personal and professional judgement, building relationships with officers at all levels and promoting the profile of the Council. MAIN DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

1. Manage and develop staff to ensure that they:

Promote a “One Council” approach; Operate within Council policies and procedures; Deliver services in the most efficient and equitable manner and in accordance with Council governance and financial regulations; Efficiently and effectively manage available resources; Deliver their agreed targets; Work in a corporate and collaborative way with other services and departments.

2. Develop, implement and maintain policies and procedures within the Finance Office.

3.Operate computerised systems and associated software packages.

4. Operate the Purchase Ledger system; including managing and supervising regular payment runs whilst ensuring the accuracy of payments as well as the reconciliation of expenditure.

5. Operate the Sales (Debtors) ledger system; including ensuring adherence to debt management and credit control procedures.

6. Operate the Cash Management system and ensure the efficient processing of income, coding and input into system.

7. Ensure year-end and month-end close-down routines within the Finance Office are carried out accurately and according to agreed timetables.

8. Assist with the preparation of monthly reconciliations of responsible systems, agreeing system control totals and agreeing to General Ledger Control accounts.

9. Manage the input of information to the general ledger system and the production of information for senior managers.

10. Ensure accurate handling of cash including Cash Management System, lodgements and petty cash.

11. Provide management and administrative support to Senior Finance Managers and other managers.

12. Train staff and update Council officers on the core systems of responsibility and on finance procedures.

13. Assist with maintaining and updating the Council’s financial system.

14. Develop, maintain, review and update internal controls and procedures within the Finance Office.

15. Assist with reviewing and updating risk registers with specific regard to unplanned emergency situations.

16. Assist in the collation and provision of accurate, timely and relevant financial information to Council officers.

17. Assist in the annual abstract of accounts and budget-setting processes, including the provision of information.

18. Complete financial and statutory returns.

19. Assist in the production and completion of grant claims and with the provision and collation of information for the production of claims.

20. Assist Internal and External Auditors with their queries.

Essential Criteria:

Third level qualification in a Business or Management-related subject.

Applicants who do not possess a relevant third level qualification must demonstrate 5 years’ experience as below.

Two years’ relevant experience within an office management environment to include:

Management of staff;

Provision of support to senior managers;

Dealing with various stakeholders including customer queries;

Use of a computerised financial system.

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

  • £32,910.00 - £35,745.00
  • Full-Time Temporary

We have been commissioned by our prestigious Client to source an Environmental Health Officer; the successful candidate will provide an efficient, effective, economical and equitable Environmental Health Service to fulfil our Client’s statutory duties regarding the enforcement and administration of Environmental Health and allied legislation.

  • You will carry out the full range of enforcement, investigative, educational, promotional, consultative and advisory duties associated with the responsibilities of the Environmental Services Department in accordance with any departmental work programmes which exist as required by the Environmental Health Managers. 
  • Act in the absence of the Environmental Health Manager as necessary and to deputise as directed.
  • Provide information and assistance to members of the public, elected representatives and various statutory and non-statutory bodies. 
  • Participate in partnerships at a local and regional level aimed at tackling health inequalities and improving health and well-being within the community.
  • In conjunction with the EHM determine the most appropriate course of legal or non-statutory action in line with the enforcement policy and to make recommendations as necessary. 
  • Prepare and serve legal notices, present prosecution cases and attend Court/other hearings/public enquiries/appeals as required.
  • Develop guidance and written procedures to achieve continuous improvement in the quality of service. 
  • Contribute to the delivery of the unit business plan, and assist in the preparation of reports and recommendations for presentation to Client.
  • Prioritise daily work demands to ensure that all relevant agreed targets are achieved to ensure that a quality, customer focused environmental health service is delivered.
  • Carry out duties outside normal working hours as are necessary for the satisfactory efficient delivery of the Environmental Health Service, in accordance with an agreed policy on Lone Working.
  • Deal with hostile and confrontational situations, including the diffusion of the same on a professional basis using a range of communication skills. 
  • Undertake such training as required (including essential CPD training) in order to maintain up-to-date knowledge of professional, technical and legislative development across the range of Environmental Health disciplines as well as in relation to departmental and Client-wide policies and procedures.
  • Participate in the training of existing staff, new staff, BSc (Environmental Health) degree students and other persons assigned for training or work experience.
  • Ensure compliance with Client policies and procedures and operate within the highest standard of management and personal behaviour which reflect the core value and behaviour of the Client.
  • Ensure the provision of high standards of customer care across all the services provided by the Service Unit and communicate in a way which enhances and promotes the public image and overall reputation of the Client.
  • Promote equality of opportunity and access in service delivery and in the employment of staff through the mainstreaming of equality within the Client.

Essential Criteria:

  • It is essential that applicants have a minimum of:
  • A third level qualification (for example, an HNC, HND, NVQ Level 4, Degree) or equivalent in Environmental Health.
  • Graduate or voting membership of the Chartered Institute of Environmental Health.
  • Applicants must hold the Environmental Health Officers Registration Board Certificate or equivalent.

Relevant Experience:

  • Six months’ relevant experience in a field directly related to Environmental Health.
  • Ability to make effective use of I.T. systems and software packages.
  • An awareness of political sensitivities and the ability to maintain an unbiased approach and a positive public relations image.
  • It is essential that applicants hold a full (i.e. not provisional) and current UK driving licence and access to a car or * have access to a means of transport which would enable the applicant to carry out the duties of the post.*
  • *Applies only to applicants who have a disability under the Disability Discrimination Act.
  • One years’ relevant experience in a field directly related to Environmental Health.

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

Accountant

18137-18137
  • £17.67 per hour
  • Full-Time Temporary

Working closely with our Client we are recruiting for an Accountant to provide assistance to the Senior Finance Manager on key financial matters including with regards to Capital Accounting issues

(fixed assets), the Annual Abstract of Accounts, Management Accounts and Treasury Management; the role will also include staff supervision.

Main duties and responsibilities:

  • Assist with compiling and prepare financial accounting information including the preparation and completion of schedules and reconciliations for inclusion as part of the annual Abstract of Accounts in line with the Statement of Recommended Practice guidelines and within the deadlines set out in legislation.
  • Responsibility for the management and updating of the fixed asset system and the preparation of information and input into financial accounting notes and statements.
  • Maintain management accounting systems and ensure compliance with month end/year end routines in accordance with strict accounting deadlines, including posting journals and maintaining accurate records to support these.
  • Assist in the preparation of the monthly management accounts including development of reports and carrying out variance analysis.
  • Supervision of staff within the Creditors and Debtors teams and engaging with other managers across the Council.
  • Assist with compilation and preparation of financial accounting information including the preparation and completion of schedules and reconciliations for inclusion in the annual Abstract of Accounts in line with the Statement of Recommended Practice guidelines and within the deadlines set out in legislation.
  • Assist with bank account reconciliations – revenue, wages and petty cash accounts, including processing transfers on the electronic banking system to ensure the Councils bank accounts agree with the reconciliations.
  • Operation of the Cash Management system: including ensuring the efficient processing of income, coding input into the finance system.
  • Assist with the Treasury Management function including managing borrowings, investments and the production of reports to Committees and Council as required.
  • Liaise with Local Government Auditors regarding the provision of information regarding the Year-end Accounts.
  • Support the Finance team regarding identifying, extracting and collating robust and accurate information for inclusion in the annual accounts in a timely manner.
  • Provide support within the Finance section regarding Council procedures and undertake financial analysis exercises as necessary in respect of creditors, debtors, banking and income.
  • Assist with the review of the coding and authorisation of payments on the computerised financial system to ensure adherence to proper financial procedures.
  • The provision of business support to Directorates and Departments and assisting with economic appraisals and service reviews.
  •  Support the transformation and efficiency processes within the Council.
  • Assist, as necessary, with statistical and statutory financial returns.
  • Undertake the preparation and provision of various ad-hoc financial management reports.
  • Work closely with finance staff and budget holders regarding the coding structure, including creating new and deactivating existing codes.
  • Undertake any other relevant duties that may be required and are commensurate with the nature and grade of the post.
Essential Criteria:
  • Qualified accountants from a recognised professional accountancy body e.g. ACA, CIMA, ACCA, CIPFA or an equivalent relevant professional body.
  • Minimum of two years’ relevant employment experience in 3 of the following areas: ?
  • Financial Accounting including the reconciliation of ledgers and the preparation and completion of financial statements;
  • Capital accounting and fixed assets;
  • The provision of detailed managements reports to senior management (to include both numerical analysis and written commentary); Computerised financial systems including the extraction of detailed information and the development of reports;
  • Treasury Management including borrowings, loans, investments and cashflow management;
  • Staff supervision.
 
 
 

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

Solicitor

18102-18102
  • £44,863.00
  • Full-Time Temporary

Working closely with our prestigious Client we are recruiting for a Solicitor with immediate effect.

  • Based in Magharafelt; the appointed solicitor will be responsible to the Client’s Solicitor and/or the Chief Executive’s Office for the provision of a comprehensive legal service, advice and advocacy to the Client in relation to an assigned caseload. The caseload will primarily be in relation to land and commercial property matters and regulatory matters but will include other matters across the Client’s wide range of functional responsibilities. 

Principal Duties:

  • Carry out professional duties as a qualified solicitor in connection with an assigned caseload primarily relating to the matters set out below. 
  • Be responsible for all of the Client’s general and complex commercial property and land matters including the negotiating, drafting and settling of documents in relation to conveyances, leases and licences.
  • Advise and assist with all other commercial property and land related matters including the registration of the Client’s title and resolution of title problems, complex commercial development agreements, Section 76 planning agreement, maintenance agreements, rent reviews, lease renewals, development and maintenance of property registers, compulsory acquisition of property, funding applications, encroachment and the defence of adverse possession claims.
  • Provide accurate and timely legal advice on matters relating to the functions and exercise of the powers and duties of Client’s including the interpretation of legislation, leases, licences along with other agreements that may have entered into with other parties and the requirements of administrative law to Officers of the Client and other bodies and to draft reports and attend before committee in connection with related matters as required.
  • Undertake the initiation and defence of litigation arising from property transactions (and other civil and criminal matters as directed) and to appear as an advocate for the Client before Civil and Criminal Courts, Inquiries, Tribunals etc.

Essential Criteria:

  • You must be a qualified Solicitor who is entitled to practise in Northern Ireland and hold a current practicing certificate;
  • Have a third level qualification in a relevant subject, such as Law; 
  • Provide personal and specific examples at least three years’ post qualification relevant experience in the following areas:
  • Advising on the interpretation of legislative provisions, good governance and administrative and public law, including representing clients in relation to public law challenges and regulatory matters;
  • Providing comprehensive legal advice and guidance to clients on all manner of complex commercial property and land transactions to protect the client’s interests; 
  • In addition to the standard pre-employment checks, this position will also be subject to receipt of a satisfactory Enhanced Access (NI) check.
 

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  • £10.14 per hour
  • Full-Time Temporary

Working closely with our client we are recruiting for a Recycling LGV Driver/Operative with immediate effect.  The successful candidate must meet the following essential criteria:

  • Have 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); 
  • Have a full, current Driver Certificate of Professional Competence (CPC) qualification; 
  • Have the ability 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.  

Special skills and attributes:

  • Applicants must be able to demonstrate, by providing personal and specific examples, evidence of the following skills and attributes which may be tested at interview:
  • Excellent written communication skills with the ability to complete standard forms clearly and to collate basic information into written reports.
  • The ability to communicate effectively and deal with confrontational situations in a professional manner.  
  • The ability to give clear oral instructions and information to team and members of the public.
  • Demonstrate an understanding of the importance of responding appropriately to the needs of internal and external customers.  
  • The ability to apply customer care procedures and deal with the public in a helpful and positive manner.
  • The ability to make decisions on a day to day basis in relation to working methods and requirements of a small operational team.
  • The ability to plan and prioritise work to ensure that tasks are completed within appropriate timescales.
  • The ability to work as an effective team member who contributes to the success of the team and achievement of objectives by making contributions and building on the contributions made by others.
  • An understanding of health and safety responsibilities in relation to employees and the public in a high risk working environment.

Shortlisting criteria:

  • In addition to the above qualifications and experience, the Client reserves the right to shortlist only those candidates who, as at the closing date for receipt of application , can demonstrate by providing personal and specific examples, at least two years’ relevant experience in area (C) driving a LGV in a commercial or public sector environment. 

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HR Administrator

18017-18017
  • £11.50 per hour
  • Full-Time Temporary

Partnering our prestigious Client we are recruiting for a HR Administrator to provide a comprehensive and confidential administrative service across areas of work undertaken within the Human Resources Department.

  • The successful candidate will be the first point of contact for HR queries received from the Client’s internal and external customers.
  • Carry out all of the administration associated with recruitment and selection including all documentation for selection and recruitment, from the creation of vacancies, through to notification of outcomes to applicants.
  • Arrange, administer and score selection assessments and tests where these are used.
  • Issue offers of employment, ensure conditions of offer are met; prepare contracts of employment, ensuring they are issued within legal timescales and arrange for probationary reviews to be completed and appointments confirmed.
  • Provide a full support role in nominated recruitment and selection exercises including dealing with queries; organising and chairing selection panels and advising panel members on current employment legislation and codes of practice.
  • Coordinate and arrange learning and development interventions as identified in the client’s learning and development plan, including dealing with providers; delegates; venues; equipment, refreshments, course materials and recording evaluations.
  • Coordinate the distribution, recording of and reporting on the Client’s Employee Performance
  • Liaise with the Client’s Occupational Health Provider in connection with pre-employment medicals and employee medical referrals.
  • Acknowledge correspondence received and respond to requests for information on services provided by the HR Department, via telephone, letter, email, social media etc.
  • Coordinate and arrange requests for work experience, work placements and apprenticeships for the Client.
  • Confidentially and accurately maintain and update employee records and details, including annual leave; sickness; training and education; promotions; disciplinary etc.; on electronic and manual filing systems as required and accordance with data protection requirements.
  • Maintain and follow procedures for recording and managing absence including the administration of notifications; issue and receipt of relevant documentation; processing referrals and follow-ups and dealing with confidential forms and producing reports where required.
  • Arrange and administer attendance absence management meetings including preparation of materials; recording of conclusions and recommendations and appropriate follow-up actions.
  • Be responsible for the administration of the Client’s time attendance system including daily updates; data input; troubleshooting; issuing of associated materials and reports.
  • Raise, check and process invoices for authorisation where required
  • Confidentially and accurately maintain employees’ equal opportunities monitoring information to facilitate the production of statutory returns to the Equality Commission for Northern Ireland and compliance with other equality and associated duties.
  • Provide a seamless, confidential service for customers including directing and signposting senior managers and officers to the appropriate source for issues outside the remit of this post. This may include carrying out duties for other posts within the HR department, providing cover for service areas other than that initially assigned.
  • Authorise the purchase of goods and/or services in accordance with the client’s procurement policy.
  • Provide a high level of confidential internal and external customer service including taking ownership of customer queries and complaints and following issues through to completion.
  • Contribute to corporate, departmental and regional working groups as required.
  • Assist in the preparation and implementation of the Human Resources Departmental Business

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.
  • A minimum of one year’s relevant administrative experience in at least two of the following areas: - Recruitment - Learning and development - Absence management
  • At least one year’s experience in using Management Information Systems (MIS) and producing reports using MIS
  • Must be able to demonstrate competence in the use of Microsoft Office applications including Word, Excel, and manage all emails
  • Hold a full current and valid driving licence with access to transport to meet the requirements of the post OR have access to a mode of transport the will enable the post holder to fulfill the role
  • Previous experience in the use of any of the following systems:
  • Hallmark, PAMS, Timeware, TMS
 

 

 

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  • £15.81 per hour
  • Full-Time Temporary

Due to exciting new developments we are currently recruiting for a Finance Programme Officer to deliver a professional service to our prestigious Client. As a member of the Economic Development Team the appointee will; 

  • Manage all financial projections developed as part of the programme and vouch all those submitted by the delivery agent, marketing and enquiry handling contractors.
  • Assist the NIBSUP Programme Manager to administer all grant aid expenditure associated with the work of the Central Service Team, including monitoring and reporting of the same, processing of all relevant documentation, and off site verification visits, required by grant awarding bodies.
  • Develop, implement and manage collaborative agreements and other relevant Service Levels Agreements where required with the 11 partner Councils, external contractors or other 3rd party providers.
  • Assist the NIBSUP Programme Manager to ensure the unit provides a high quality business services through the efficient and effective use of available resources. This will include monitoring the achievement of all targets, annual objectives and performance indicators, improvement plans and project evaluations (mid-point and end of programme), and producing reports for the Management Group and other key stakeholders.
  • Responsible for ensuring the collation and production of Unit service, performance, and budgetary information, including information and reports for Council Committee, appropriate data and statistics.
  • Comply with operating procedures and financial control systems in accordance with external funding requirements (e.g. ERDF Investment for Growth & Jobs Programme), 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.
  • Provision of advice, information and practical support on accessing grants, programmes and funds for local businesses, and other key stakeholders 
  • Line management duties associated with the management of the NIBSUP Project Support Officer.
  • Deputy for the NIBSUP Programme Manager on any relevant Committee, group/company within and outside the City as deemed appropriate by the NIBSUP Programme Manager.

Essential Criteria:

  • A third level qualification (e.g. HNC, HND, NVQ level 4, a degree or equivalent) in the relevant discipline.
  • At least three years employment experience in finance.
  • Where applicants do not hold the qualifications as outlined in 1 above they must demonstrate a minimum of 6 years’ experience as outlined above

 

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Technical Assistant

18003-18003
  • £11.19 per hour
  • Full-Time Temporary

Working closely with our reputable client we are currently recruiting for a Technical Assistant to join their existing industrious team.   The successful candidate is expected to provide Technical Assistance and advise appropriate Staff, liaise with IT Staff, deal with normal enquiries to ensure that services are provided. The Technical Assistant will be;

  • Responsible for the operation and maintenance of all specialist computer systems within the Technical and Leisure Services Department.
  • Responsible for the maintenance of the database for Refuse, Burials, Grounds Maintenance, Street and Environmental Cleansing and Complaint Computer Systems.
  • Production of maps and other information as derived from G.I.S. mapping systems.
  • Production of up to date squad sequential route sheets for management as required.
  • Responsible for recording details as to any new premises and new developments added to council database for the appropriate department to arrange collection and cleansing.
  • Reporting to line manager following regular audits of Systems relating to Work Instructions, to error compliance with all departmental quality targets and operational procedures. 
  • Participate in route data collection and on-board surveys, in relation to operational services.
  • Responsible for training any new staff members with respect to operation of computer systems specific to the Council’s management services section.
  • Review systems and provide advice to senior management on details, costings and specifications of programmes etc in relation to systems specific to technical services.
  • Participate in staff training and development activities to update and enhance knowledge, skills and competence required to fulfil the role in full.

Essential Criteria

  • Educated to A Levels standard 
  • Hold a valid IT qualification or equivalent qualification
  • At least 1 year’s relevant working experience in a technical environment to include:
  • The operation and maintenance of databases and spreadsheets
  • The use of computerised Management Information Systems, for example Complaints Systems and Work Instruction Systems

OR

  • In lieu of the above qualifications, 2 year’s relevant working experience in a technical environment, to include:
  • The operation and maintenance of databases and spreadsheets
  • The use of computerised Management Information Systems, for example Complaints Systems and Work Instruction Systems
  • Previous experience of raising purchase orders and processing invoices using a computerised system
  • Experience in the operation of GIS Mapping Systems.
  • Experience in working in a vehicle operation environment.
  • Knowledge of vehicle operating procedures and practices under an Operator License including relevant legislation, licensing and running costs.
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills.
  • Excellent administration, organisational and analytical skills.
  • Competent in the use of Microsoft Office applications (which includes Word, Email).
  • Demonstrate a high level of competence in the use of:
  • Spreadsheets
  • Databases
  • Basic accounting procedures

 

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  • £10.14 per hour
  • Full-Time Temporary

Working closely with our client we are recruiting for a Store Person/Tractor Driver with immediate effect.  The successful candidate will be responsible to the Senior Stores Person/Tractor Driver for driving duties and allocated tractor and dumper and carrying out of associated duties, across all sites.

  • You will assist relevant staff in the general husbandry of animals including feeding, administering medication and tagging.
  • Be responsible for transportation of food stuffs, daily collection and removal of animal waste and other rubbish, goods and equipment.
  • Be responsible for the allocated tractor, dumper and all ancillary equipment and associated duties.
  • Be responsible for driving a range of vehicles on and off site/s in accordance with the council’s Driver Handbook.
  • Keep the vehicle clean and check the oil, water, tyre pressures etc and any other areas contained within the Driver Vehicle Inspection Book and amend records accordingly.
  • Assist in the timely and efficient control of equipment and stock items in conjunction with other relevant staff and for the receipt, handling and safekeeping of all items of stock held within the stores.
  • Ensure that stores areas are kept clean and tidy.
  • Ensure that animal dietary requirements are met, through transportation and required preparation of foodstuff.
  • Maintain the orderly condition of grounds, such as litter/rubbish clearance, sweeping and general tidiness and assist with associated work, for example, labouring duties, mowing.
  • Be responsible for the removal of any animal waste ensuring that the relevant animal by-products order is adhered to off site.
  • Be responsible for the transportation and handling of dead animals and quarantine waste ensuring relevant animal by-products order is adhered to off site.
  • Assist in the safe movement of animals and to ensure the security of animal compounds, for example, key holding.
  • Deputise for the Senior Stores Person/Tractor Driver as required within own functional area of responsibility.
  • Be responsible for the transportation and decanting of chemicals.
  • Be involved in team meetings on a weekly/monthly basis and to assist with special events as and when required.
  • Be responsible for assisting with the training of any new starts.
  • Complete associated paperwork.
  • Comply with all Health and Safety at Work legislation.

It is essential that the successful candidate meet the full criteria below:

  • Possess a full, current driving licence(classes C1+E and F) which enables them to drive in Northern Ireland;
  • Possess a full, current Driver Certificate of Professional Competence (CPC); and be able to demonstrate on the application form, by providing personal and specific examples, that they have relevant experience of driving a tractor and operating mobile plant; and operational stores experience such as stock control and replenishment. 

Please note, all eligible applicants must undergo a tractor driving assessment as part of the selection process.

 

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  • £12.85 per hour
  • Full-Time Temporary

We have been appointed by our most prestigious client to recruit for an experienced Project Officer.  As a member of the Economic Development Team the successful candidate will be required to:

  • 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, coordination 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.
  • Ensure compliance with all administration of project expenditure including monitoring and reporting of the same, processing of all relevant documentation, required by internal finance/audit staff and external grant awarding bodies.
  • Undertake monitoring visits to external bodies to ensure compliance with processes and guidance.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Undertake research, as directed, on economic issues to support the development of targeted projects and programmes of work.
  • Support Officers in maintaining the appropriate Council online platforms including social media and in developing promotional materials for projects.
  • Support the Economic Development team in organising and managing events appropriate to the service.
  • Provide general project administration support including preparing presentations, procuring goods and/or services.
  • Comply with Client policies and procedures and operate within the highest standards of personal behaviour, which reflect the core values and behaviours of the organisation.
  • 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 Client.

It is essential that the successful candidate meets the following criteria:

  • Two A-Levels grades A-C, NVQ Level 3 or equivalent 
  • Prince 2 project qualification

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
  • Where applicants do not hold the qualifications as outlined, they must demonstrate a minimum of five years’ experience in a similar post

A full clean and current driving licence is required to carry out this role.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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  • £18.03 per hour
  • Full-Time Temporary

~Main Purpose of Post/Job Summary

The postholder will be responsible for the effective leadership and management of services within the area of Waste Facilities and Enforcement, and includes: Management of Waste Recycling Facilities, Waste Disposal Facilities and Bring Site locations. The postholder will contribute to the achievement of departmental, directorate and Council targets with respect to waste reduction and increased recycling targets.

Duties and Responsibilities

Management of Household Recycling Centres / Waste Facilities 1. Responsible for day-to day management of Household Recycling Centres within the Council area ensuring no contamination to land, air and water.

2. Ensuring sites are compliant with site licence conditions as issued by licensing authority and that sites operate within conditions of a site operational plan.

3. Ensure that processes at the sites to receive and handle wastes are appropriate and developed to ensure that Council’s recycling targets are met

4. Responsible for ensuring a planned maintenance schedule is in place for all aspects of site operation including building, grounds, equipment and CCTV maintenance.

5. Responsible to ensure appropriate arrangements and contracts are in place, relevant to the servicing of the sites. Responsible to manage the performance of such contracts.

Essential Criteria • Hold a degree qualification (or equivalent qualification) in an environmental management, environmental science or civil engineering related subject • at least 2 years’ experience in the waste management industry to include: • Managing Staff OR If you DO NOT hold the qualification stated above, you must demonstrate at least 3 years’ relevant experience in the above.

  • £10.14 per hour
  • Full-Time Temporary

Working closely with our client we are recruiting for a Recycling LGV Driver/Operative with immediate effect.  The successful candidate must meet the following essential criteria:

  • Have 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); 
  • Have a full, current Driver Certificate of Professional Competence (CPC) qualification; 
  • Have the ability 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.  

Special skills and attributes:

  • Applicants must be able to demonstrate, by providing personal and specific examples, evidence of the following skills and attributes which may be tested at interview:
  • Excellent written communication skills with the ability to complete standard forms clearly and to collate basic information into written reports.
  • The ability to communicate effectively and deal with confrontational situations in a professional manner.  
  • The ability to give clear oral instructions and information to team and members of the public.
  • Demonstrate an understanding of the importance of responding appropriately to the needs of internal and external customers.  
  • The ability to apply customer care procedures and deal with the public in a helpful and positive manner.
  • The ability to make decisions on a day to day basis in relation to working methods and requirements of a small operational team.
  • The ability to plan and prioritise work to ensure that tasks are completed within appropriate timescales.
  • The ability to work as an effective team member who contributes to the success of the team and achievement of objectives by making contributions and building on the contributions made by others.
  • An understanding of health and safety responsibilities in relation to employees and the public in a high risk working environment.


Shortlisting criterion:

  • In addition to the above qualifications and experience, the Client reserves the right to shortlist only those candidates who, as at the closing date for receipt of application , can demonstrate by providing personal and specific examples, at least two years’ relevant experience in area (C) driving a LGV in a commercial or public sector environment. 

 

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  • 24,000.00 - 35,000.00
  • Full-Time Permanent

Due to business expansion we are recruiting for a Client Account Manager/Para-planner for a busy practice in Belfast. The successful candidate will support Financial Planners to provide high quality, compliant financial planning and advice to their clients. The role involves liaising with the Financial Planner regarding clients’ objectives, circumstances and requirements.

Accountabilities/Responsibilities

  • Provide  technical, research and administrative support to enable the Financial Planner  to develop suitable client recommendations
  • Produce all relevant paperwork and regulatory requirements for the Planner to present potential solutions to clients.
  • Produce compliant, clear, technically accurate, detailed Financial Planning and  Client Suitability Reports.
  • Assist in the management of client relationships including, receiving client phone calls and providing information of a technical nature if requested.
  • Produce regular client portfolio reviews, technical and industry updates with relevant additional commentary to support the client proposition and ongoing servicing reviews
  • Liaise in a proactive manner with the Planner on a regular and structured basis to work on cases and provide updates.
  • Establish and build strong relationships with clients and attend client meetings with the Financial Planner if required

Key responsibilities include:

  • Contacting prospective or existing clients to update current information 
  • Gather necessary information from clients so that a financial analysis can be completed
  • Review the client’s financial statements, legal documents and other data
  • Identify areas for planning
  • Prepare summaries of: The client’s goals and objectives, the client’s present situation, the effect of their current arrangements on future circumstances using relevant financial planning tools
  • Prepare detailed options for the Adviser to consider supporting the client’s financial planning objectives
  • Prepare calculations summarising the clients investment management needs, critical illness, disability and life insurance needs
  • Prepare proposals for the solution that the Adviser has selected for the client including approved product illustrations and literature and establish details on the chosen investment platform where applicable
  • Complete & process new business applications, establish and maintain OWS and Platform records for new and existing clients.
  • Update clients OWS, platform and provider records where appropriate to ensure correlation with the internal CRM.
  • Provide efficient resolution to client queries and ensure clients receive effective communication regarding case processing.
  • Manage client communication to ensure the practice delivers service requirements in line with Client's Proposition Complete LAT analysis 
  • Liaise with Openwork and key providers to ensure all practice material is relevant and up to date and all practice members are aware of changes and updates.  Act as the primary point of contact with providers and Openwork for issue resolution and disputes
  • Compliance - understand and adhere to the practice and Openwork’s systems and regulatory requirements and, where appropriate, comply with all relevant regulatory policies.  This includes completion of any mandatory training requirements.  
  • Work within the established Client's processes aiming for consistency of delivery in line with the values

The Company reserves the right to vary your duties and responsibilities at any time and from time to time according to the needs of the Company’s businessThe Company reserves the right to alter working hours as necessary 

Key Interfaces

  • Internal
  • External
  • Practice Principal/Financial Planners
  • Operations Director
  • Practice Administration team
  • Practice Clients
  • Potential Practice Clients
  • Openwork FIRST
  • Openwork Business Quality Manager 
  • Openwork Product Providers
  • Openwork Investment Platform Providers
  • Openwork Management Team

Competence / Knowledge / Skills required

  • Payband:    £24,000 - £35,000 dependent on qualifications and experience
  • 5  years’ administration experience in the Financial Services market place                     
  • Diploma L4 qualified or on track to qualify with 18 months of start date 
  • Knowledge of the Financial Service market including
  • Core products/tax wrappers
  • UK taxation regime
  • Principals of Fund management
  • Highly detail conscious
  • Experience of the financial services industry gained within a client contact role
  • Strong background in client and product administration 
  • Strong communication skills gained within a client facing role
  • Knowledge and experience of the advice process and regulatory requirements
  • IT literate including the ability to use:
  • Email
  • Word
  • Excel
  • PowerPoint
  • Database management tools
  • CRM systems
  • (other systems as required)
  • After a period of training have an expert knowledge of
  • OWS
  • Openwork platform
  • Zurich platform
  • Financial cash-flow modelling
  • Client focused
  • Conscientious and accurate
  • Good telephone manner
  • Able to show initiative
  • Work as part of a team
  • Take ownership of allocated work

 

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