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Are you a talented Community Education Officer, or are you aiming to be one?

Happy Jobs NI is working alongside Keep Northern Ireland Beautiful to recruit an organised, creative and engaging Community Education Officer to work in the Belfast and North Down area in conjunction with the Live Here Love Here partnership programme

If you can demonstrate experience of delivering community engagement, educational programmes or environmental education projects then you could be perfect for our client and we'd love to see your CV.

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The Package:
The basic salary for the Community Education Officer role is up to £22,500 per annum.

- Keep Northern Ireland Beautiful operates a blended working policy allowing some flexibility to work between home and an office in Belfast
- IT equipment and support is provided for all staff to enable them to be efficient and effective in their work

- Temporary post until end of June 2022 - extension subject to funding

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The Role:
In this Community Education Officer role you'll report to the Head of Operations and will be primarily responsible for providing ‘on the ground’ hands-on support, empowering and equipping communities, developing their capacity to assume a greater and more influential role in protecting their local environment. Specifically, the Community Education Officer will work with the live here love here team to create and execute a community environment engagement programme in line with the climate clever communities deliverables (funded by the UK community renewal fund).

Specific tasks include:
- Providing practical support to community groups (specifically in Belfast and ards & north down council areas) planning and executing a range of environmental/climate action activities at a local level
- Delivering interactive and engaging training and capacity building workshops and webinars in a community setting across a range of themes and engaging multiple contributors across a variety of specialisms (examples: conservation skills, biodiversity recording, litter and pollution; urban greening; woodland planting/urban greening/local Food Production/carbon literacy)
- Making promoting and developing community engagement opportunities on various programmes and campaigns
- Encouraging and facilitating collaboration and mentoring at a grass roots level to encourage communities to exchange learning and best practice
- Assisting in the development of capacity building resources, for example, community environmental toolkits/climate action plan templates
- Working to departmental timelines, budgets and reporting requirements
- Working with the live here love here manager to develop future outreach work
- Ensuring quality standards are maintained as well as accurate and thorough records of all work undertaken
- Meeting all contractual obligations on time and within budget

You'll spend part of the working week based in the company's Belfast office / working from home and the rest of it working in the field. Details around how this will work will be revealed on application.

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The Candidate:
To be the right person for Community Education Officer role you will need direct experience of the delivery of community engagement, environmental outreach or environmental education projects.

We also need you to have prior experience of:
- Establishing and maintaining strong and lasting partnerships and effective working relationships with stakeholders, including for example, community groups and schools
- Delivering environmental project/campaign/training delivery
- Providing practical support to community groups

It's important that you also have the following:
- A relevant degree level qualification or at least two years' demonstrate equivalent experience
- A high level of it competence including the MS Office package
- Excellent interpersonal and organisational skills
- A passion or desire to work within the environmental charity sector
- Knowledge of environmental issues and activities or community development approaches to behaviour change
- Great communication skills and ideally have experience using social media as a platform for communication

You'll also need to be the following:
- Able to be flexible, innovative and a keen problem solver
- Energetic, driven and a confident communicator
- Willing to travel and have access to suitable transport to fulfil the functions of the role
- Happy to work outdoors in a range of locations including beaches, streets and open greenspaces with people from all sectors of society

Is that you? If so, send us your CV.


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The Company:
The organisation you'll be working for is an independent charity dedicated to creating a cleaner, greener and more sustainable Northern Ireland by delivering on improving environmental education in every school in Northern Ireland, increasing public engagement for communities in need and raising environmental standards for the places where people spend time: where they live, work and relax.

Keep Northern Ireland Beautiful’s strategic plan 2020-2025 states that we must go further faster together in making transformational changes that deliver sustainable lifestyles for all in our society. In conjunction with key strategic partners, the live here love here partnership programme is Keep Northern Ireland Beautiful’s community engagement platform focused on improving our local environment and building upon and supporting a sense of civic pride in communities.

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Think that this Community Education Officer role is right for you? Then we'd love to hear from you.

Click the 'Apply Now' button, send us your CV and we'll consider you for the first round of interviews.

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You could be right for this Community Education Officer position if you've previously worked as any of the following: Community Officer, Outreach Officer or as an Education Officer.

Location: Belfast, UK
Job type: Contract
Emp type: Full-time
Pay interval: Hourly
Pay rate: GBP £22,500.00

***Required: A new Support Worker to work for our client***

If you've got a background in working with and supporting vulnerable adults with complex needs, then you could be exactly what they're looking for.

Interested? Then read on...

Tell me a bit about the hiring company...
Our client is a homelessness charity helping people who become homeless across the UK. and the service is provided and managed by Depaul as part of the Housing First service. Housing First is built upon the principle that housing is a human right. It focuses on first giving someone immediate access to a settled and secure home. This is placed above goals such as sobriety or abstinence. The model is specifically tailored for individuals who have experienced chronic homelessness and have multiple complex needs

They're a great company to work for. People join them for many reasons, such as:

A working week of just 35-hours

- You are provided with a robust induction and probationary period to equip you with the knowledge and tools you need to carry out your role
Provide exciting training initiatives and genuine development opportunities –
Provide continuous support and access to free 24 hour counselling support
Provide enhanced terms and conditions: 25 days annual leave plus 10 statutory holidays

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What can I earn?
This Support Worker position offers an attractive basic salary of up to £19,019 per annum

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Tell me more about the role...
Working within the Housing First Service in the Derry area you will be primarily responsible for permanently housing individuals with chronic addictions and provide comprehensive intensive support to ensure these individuals can sustain their own tenancies within the community through a case management approach.

The case management process is led by you the Support Worker, who coordinates and manages the service users support plan which is service user centric.

You'll report to the Local Management Team and will be tasked with the following:

· To provide a harm reduction and low threshold service to individuals who are chronically homeless and with a range of complex needs.
 · To ensure that all service users have a service user lead needs assessment, safety & wellbeing plan and support plans that utilise harm reduction methods of practice and that these are regularly reviewed.
· To offer advice and practical support across a range of issues including housing, health, safety, addictions, and benefits.
· To develop and maintain Support Plans based on the assessment of needs with agreed outcomes that are measured and reviewed regularly.
· To liaise and refer to the relevant statutory and voluntary agencies.
· To establish and maintain professional working relationships with all stakeholders and relevant agencies using a case management model.
 · To adhere to lone working policy, procedures and risk management protocols.
· To approach the service users, at all times, with dignity and respect and ensure that they are provided with choices around the services they receive.
· To be a contributing team player, taking part in handovers, team meetings, core training, the mentoring of Volunteers and supporting other team member
· To ensure all Policies and Procedures are adhered too particularly Child Protection; Health and Safety; Code of Conduct and Confidentiality.
 · To at all times undertake your role in a professional manner maintaining a high quality standard of work in line with Depaul Values and ethos.


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What experience do I need?
My client wants someone who's got a background in working with vulnerable adults with complex needs, 1 years paid experience or 2 years volunteering experience.

Plus, you'll have a passion for supporting people at this critical time

In addition, you'll need the following:
- 3 GSCE’s A-C to include maths and English or equivalent
- Working knowledge of using IT systems to record case notes and compile and present reports
- Good written and verbal communication skills
- A good understanding of issues presented through alcohol /drug use
- A working knowledge of harm Reduction methods when dealing with individuals presenting with addiction issues
- Knowledge and willingness to work within the guidelines of Depaul vision mission and values and demonstrate the ability to manage a caseload

You must be able to work on a rota basis covering mornings, evenings, and weekends
A full driving licence and access to a car insured for business is essential

If you've got all of that, then you could be perfect for this Support Worker role and we'd love to see your CV.


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Think you've got what it takes?

If you think you're the perfect fit for this Support Worker role, then click the 'Apply Now' button, send us your CV and we'll consider you for the first round of interviews.

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You could be right for this Support Worker position if you've previously worked as any of the following: Charity Volunteer, Case Worker or as a Support Officer.

Location: Londonderry, UK
Job type: Permanent
Emp type: Full-time
Salary type: Annual
Salary: GBP £19,109.00

***Required: A new Support Worker to work for our client***

If you've got a background in working with and supporting vulnerable adults with complex needs, then you could be exactly what they're looking for.

Interested? Then read on...

Tell me a bit about the hiring company...
Our client is a homelessness charity helping people who become homeless across the UK. and the service is provided and managed by Depaul as part of the Housing First service. Housing First is built upon the principle that housing is a human right. It focuses on first giving someone immediate access to a settled and secure home. This is placed above goals such as sobriety or abstinence. The model is specifically tailored for individuals who have experienced chronic homelessness and have multiple complex needs

They're a great company to work for. People join them for many reasons, such as:

A working week of just 35-hours

- You are provided with a robust induction and probationary period to equip you with the knowledge and tools you need to carry out your role
Provide exciting training initiatives and genuine development opportunities –
Provide continuous support and access to free 24 hour counselling support
Provide enhanced terms and conditions: 25 days annual leave plus 10 statutory holidays

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What can I earn?
This Support Worker position offers an attractive basic salary of up to £19,019 per annum

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Tell me more about the role...
Working within the Housing First Service in the Belfast area you will be primarily responsible for permanently housing individuals with chronic addictions and provide comprehensive intensive support to ensure these individuals can sustain their own tenancies within the community through a case management approach.

The case management process is led by you the Support Worker, who coordinates and manages the service users support plan which is service user centric.

You'll report to the Local Management Team and will be tasked with the following:

· To provide a harm reduction and low threshold service to individuals who are chronically homeless and with a range of complex needs.
 · To ensure that all service users have a service user lead needs assessment, safety & wellbeing plan and support plans that utilise harm reduction methods of practice and that these are regularly reviewed.
· To offer advice and practical support across a range of issues including housing, health, safety, addictions, and benefits.
· To develop and maintain Support Plans based on the assessment of needs with agreed outcomes that are measured and reviewed regularly.
· To liaise and refer to the relevant statutory and voluntary agencies.
· To establish and maintain professional working relationships with all stakeholders and relevant agencies using a case management model.
 · To adhere to lone working policy, procedures and risk management protocols.
· To approach the service users, at all times, with dignity and respect and ensure that they are provided with choices around the services they receive.
· To be a contributing team player, taking part in handovers, team meetings, core training, the mentoring of Volunteers and supporting other team member
· To ensure all Policies and Procedures are adhered too particularly Child Protection; Health and Safety; Code of Conduct and Confidentiality.
 · To at all times undertake your role in a professional manner maintaining a high quality standard of work in line with Depaul Values and ethos.


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What experience do I need?
My client wants someone who's got a background in working with vulnerable adults with complex needs, 1 years paid experience or 2 years volunteering experience.

Plus, you'll have a passion for supporting people at this critical time

In addition, you'll need the following:
- 3 GSCE’s A-C to include maths and English or equivalent
- Working knowledge of using IT systems to record case notes and compile and present reports
- Good written and verbal communication skills
- A good understanding of issues presented through alcohol /drug use
- A working knowledge of harm Reduction methods when dealing with individuals presenting with addiction issues
- Knowledge and willingness to work within the guidelines of Depaul vision mission and values and demonstrate the ability to manage a caseload

You must be able to work on a rota basis covering mornings, evenings, and weekends
A full driving licence and access to a car insured for business is essential

If you've got all of that, then you could be perfect for this Support Worker role and we'd love to see your CV.


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Think you've got what it takes?

If you think you're the perfect fit for this Support Worker role, then click the 'Apply Now' button, send us your CV and we'll consider you for the first round of interviews.

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You could be right for this Support Worker position if you've previously worked as any of the following: Charity Volunteer, Case Worker or as a Support Officer.

Location: Belfast, United Kingdom
Job type: Permanent
Emp type: Full-time
Salary type: Annual
Salary: GBP £19,019.00

We're looking for a Community Outreach Officer to work for our client.

Happy Jobs NI is working alongside Keep Northern Ireland Beautiful to recruit an organised, creative and engaging Community Outreach Officer to work in the Belfast and North Down area in conjunction with the Live Here Love Here partnership programme

Keep Northern Ireland Beautiful are an independent charity dedicated to creating a cleaner, greener and more sustainable Northern Ireland by delivering on improving environmental education in every school in Northern Ireland, increasing public engagement for communities in need and raising environmental standards for the places where people spend time: where they live, work and relax.

Keep Northern Ireland Beautiful’s strategic plan 2020-2025 states that we must go further faster together in making transformational changes that deliver sustainable lifestyles for all in our society. In conjunction with key strategic partners, the Live Here Love Here partnership programme is Keep Northern Ireland Beautiful’s community engagement platform focused on improving our local environment and building upon and supporting a sense of civic pride in communities.

If you can demonstrate experience of delivering community engagement educational programmes or environmental education projects then you could be perfect for our client and we'd love to see your CV.

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The Role:
Providing ‘on the ground’ hands-on support, empowering and equipping communities, developing their capacity to assume a greater and more influential role in protecting their local environment. Specifically, the community outreach officers will work with the Live Here Love Here team to create and execute a community environment engagement programme in line with the climate clever communities deliverables (funded by the UK community renewal fund).

This is a fixed term appointment until end of June 2022, with possible extension subject to funding.
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Responsibilities:
- Providing practical support to community groups (specifically in Belfast and ards & north down council areas) planning and executing a range of environmental/climate action activities at a local level
- Delivering interactive and engaging training and capacity building workshops and webinars in a community setting across a range of themes and engaging multiple contributors across a variety of specialisms (examples: conservation skills, biodiversity recording, litter and pollution; urban greening; woodland planting/urban greening/local Food Production/carbon literacy)
- Making promoting and developing community engagement opportunities on various programmes and campaigns
- Encouraging and facilitating collaboration and mentoring at a grass roots level to encourage communities to exchange learning and best practice
- Assisting in the development of capacity building resources, for example, community environmental toolkits/climate action plan templates
- Working to departmental timelines, budgets and reporting requirements
- Working with the live here love here manager to develop future outreach work
- Ensuring quality standards are maintained as well as accurate and thorough records of all work undertaken
- Meeting all contractual obligations on time and within budget

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Requirements:
Experience of the delivery of community engagement/environmental outreach/environmental education projects
Additional experience of establishing and maintaining strong and lasting partnerships and effective working relationships with stakeholders, including for example, community groups and schools
- Further experience of delivering environmental project/campaign/training delivery

- A relevant degree level qualification or at least two years' demonstrate equivalent experience
- A high level of IT competence including the MS Office package
- Excellent interpersonal and organisational skills
- A passion or desire to work within the environmental charity sector
- Knowledge of environmental issues and activities or community development approaches to behaviour change
- Great communication skills and ideally have experience using social media as a platform for communication
- Able to be flexible, innovative and a keen problem solver
- Energetic, driven and a confident communicator

- Willing to travel and have access to suitable transport to fulfil the functions of the role
- Happy to work outdoors in a range of locations including beaches, streets and open greenspaces with people from all sectors of society

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The Package:
- Basic salary:  Up to £22,500 per annum

- Keep Northern Ireland Beautiful operates a blended working policy allowing some flexibility to work between home and an office in Belfast
- IT equipment and support is provided for all staff to enable them to be efficient and effective in their work

- Temporary post until end of June 2022 - extension subject to funding
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Think that this Community Outreach Officer role is the perfect job for you? Then we'd love to hear from you.

Click the 'Apply Now' button, send us your CV and we'll consider you for the first round of interviews.

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You could be right for this Community Outreach Officer position if you've previously worked as any of the following: Community Officer, Outreach Officer or as an Education Officer.

Location: Belfast, UK
Job type: Contract
Emp type: Full-time
Pay interval: Monthly
Pay rate: GBP £22,500.00

We're looking for a Programme Co-Ordinator to work for our client.

Happy Jobs NI is working alongside Keep Northern Ireland Beautiful to recruit an organised, passionate and motivated Programme Co-Ordinator to manage programmes in line with the UK Community Renewal Fund (CRF) 

Keep Northern Ireland Beautiful are an independent charity dedicated to creating a cleaner, greener and more sustainable Northern Ireland by delivering on improving environmental education in every school in Northern Ireland, increasing public engagement for communities in need and raising environmental standards for the places where people spend time: where they live, work and relax.

The UK Community Renewal Fund (CRF) - UKCRF Programme Coordinator will provide strategic oversight to the delivery of the climate clever communities programme delivered by keep Northern Ireland beautiful and funded by the UK community renewal fund.

If you can demonstrate experience of the delivery and coordination of projects and programmes then you could be perfect for our client and we'd love to see your CV.


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The Role:

Manage work programme and provide oversight to operational activities relating to the Climate Clever Communities programme in Northern Ireland 

This is a fixed term appointment until end of June 2022, with possible extension subject to funding.

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Responsibilities:
- Ensuring external and internal targets relating to the climate clever communities programme are delivered efficiently, on-time and within budget.
- Overseeing and taking responsibility for all operational targets, deliverables and outcomes within agreed budgets and on time relating to climate clever communities programme
- Managing programme quality including where delivery is via contractors or any other third party
- Making recommendations, and implement agreed actions to develop and improve programme delivery
- Ensuring that the climate clever communities programme is compliant with legal, regulatory and contractual requirements
- Scheduling project activities effectively to ensure the project team’s workload remains on target to deliver the climate clever communities programme
- Undertaking effective budget planning, monitoring and reporting on budget and work programme performance to the senior management team at keep Northern Ireland beautiful and to external funder
- Developing methods of measuring the impact of the programme to enable accurate monitoring, reporting and evaluation of success, ensuring capture of robust data
- Liaising with the communications team to ensure positive PR and marketing of the climate clever communities programme
- Ensuring quality standards are maintained as well as accurate and thorough records of all work undertaken
- Commissioning external independent evaluation of the climate clever communities programme and manage evaluation process
- Meeting all contractual obligations on time and within budget

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Requirements:
Experience of delivery and coordination of projects and programmes
Additional experience of establishing and maintaining strong and lasting partnerships and effective working relationships with stakeholders, including for example, community groups and schools
- Further experience of staff management with proven ability to effectively motivate staff

- A relevant degree level qualification or demonstrate equivalent experience - environmental management/sustainable development/project management/operations management
- A high level of IT competence including the MS Office package
- Excellent interpersonal and organisational skills
- A passion or desire to work within the environmental charity sector
- Able to be flexible, innovative and a keen problem solver
- Energetic, driven and a confident communicator

- Willing to travel and have access to suitable transport to fulfil the functions of the role

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The Package:
- Basic salary:  Up to £26,000 per annum

- Keep Northern Ireland Beautiful operates a blended working policy allowing some flexibility to work between home and an office in Belfast
- IT equipment and support is provided for all staff to enable them to be efficient and effective in their work

- Temporary post until end of June 2022 - extension subject to funding
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Think that this Programme Co-Ordinator role is the perfect job for you? Then we'd love to hear from you.

Click the 'Apply Now' button, send us your CV and we'll consider you for the first round of interviews.

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You could be right for this Programme Co-Ordinator position if you've previously worked as any of the following: Project Manager, Project Co-Ordinator or as a Programme Director.

Location: Belfast, UK
Job type: Contract
Emp type: Full-time
Pay interval: Monthly
Pay rate: GBP £26,000.00

We're looking for a Reservations Co-Ordinator to work for our client.

They are one of the largest independent owner/operators of hotels, bars, pubs, restaurants and night clubs in Ireland.

Founded over 30 years ago, Northern Ireland's leading hospitality group with a portfolio of brands that is diverse, with restaurants, café’s, bars, hotels and night clubs, but they all operate with the same aim, to operate with the highest possible service standards delivering a product that is exceptional within its field.

If you can demonstrate experience of delivering excellent customer service in a detail orientated environment then you could be perfect for our client and we'd love to see your CV.

Please note:  In this position you'll be needed to work at weekends. Full details of how this will work will be revealed at interview.

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Responsibilities:
- Handling calls and emails in an efficient and professional manner, and selling or upselling bedroom accommodation over the phone and emails
- The processing of reservations on phone / email / and via various online platforms
- Effectively processing of all data and customer requests
- Ensuring the smooth and efficient running of the reservations department on shift and the selling of three unique properties
- Being knowledgeable on hotel facilities and room rates
- Prioritising work depending on business levels

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Requirements:
Experience of delivering excellent customer service in a detail orientated environment
Additional experience of engaging confidently on the phone with guests and customers
- Further experience of the use of MS Office in particular excel and outlook and in the use of a CRM system ideally to process reservations
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills and a friendly approachable telephone manner
- A high attention to detail and be methodical in their approach
- Excellent listening skills, and engaging with your guests
Confident in working with numbers and sensitive data
Confident in upselling products and generating sales
- Passionate and enthusiastic about customer service and delivering sales

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The Package:
- Basic salary:  Up to £10 per hour

They're a great company to work for. People join them for many reasons, such as they:
- Offer 29 days annual leave including your birthday off
- Give Christmas and boxing day off
Provide a rota in advance, flexible in day off requests and rotational weekends off
- Only work at the weekend until 6pm
- NVQ opportunities
Provide group discounts and offers across three leading hotels

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Think that this Reservations Co-Ordinator role is the perfect job for you? Then we'd love to hear from you.

Click the 'Apply Now' button, send us your CV and we'll consider you for the first round of interviews.

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You could be right for this Reservations Co-Ordinator position if you've previously worked as any of the following: Reservation Manager, Hotel Reservationist or as a Front Desk Receptionist.

Location: Belfast, UK
Job type: Permanent
Emp type: Full-time
Salary type: Annual
Salary: GBP £20,800.00

We're looking for an Assistant Store Manager to work for our client.

They are are one of Europe's fastest growing pizza chains, a fast casual pizza company where all their pizzas are made in-store using only fresh dough and delicious ingredients.

This customer centred organisation will go that extra mile for the customer in delivering excellent service with a quality product and are looking for an energetic, outgoing Manager to join their growing team.

If you can demonstrate experience of leading a team within a busy food-based environment or similar role then you could be perfect for our client and we'd love to see your CV.

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The Role:
Assisting the Store Manager with leading the store and your team in this competitive market, this includes management of the store team, health and safety, stock, product quality, marketing initiatives, sales targets and store financial controls to increase unit sales and capitalise on sales opportunities

Responsibilities:
- Till reconciliation and banking
- Stock ordering and inventory management
- Completion of all the H&S & Food Safety checks relating to basic food hygiene and preparation
- Weekly restaurant report analysis and driving improvements
- Staff scheduling: Rota, time and attendance management
- Inventory management: Ordering and stock takes
- Working alongside your team to prepare a wide variety of pizza doughs and prepare pizzas in line with customer orders
- Kitchen preparation and set up in line with demand
- Maintaining the POS system to take orders and customers payments
- Maintaining store close and opening procedures

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Requirements:
Experience of leading a team within a food-based environment or similar role for at least 1 year
Additional experience of completion of legal paperwork for due diligence and traceability
- Further experience of motivating and managing a team's performance
- Hands-on experience with preparing/handling food
Understanding of food safety, health and safety measures and ideally hold food hygiene level 3
- Good time-management skills
- A great team spirit
- A clean driving licence
- Flexible towards work schedules - shifts, including weekends and evenings
- A customer orientated individual

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The Package:
- Basic salary:  £21,500 - £24,500 per annum
- Bonus:  A personal bonus is also available if you hit your targets - full details of the scheme will be revealed on application

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Think that this Assistant Store Manager role is the perfect job for you? Then we'd love to hear from you.

Click the 'Apply Now' button, send us your CV and we'll consider you for the first round of interviews.

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You could be right for this Store Manager position if you've previously worked as any of the following: Assistant Restaurant Manager, Assistant Store Manager or as an Restaurant Supervisor.

Location: Dundonald, UK
Job type: Permanent
Emp type: Full-time
Salary type: Annual
Salary: GBP £24,500.00

We're looking for a Software Tester to work for our client.

Led by a team of election experts, with almost 50 years’ experience an award-winning leader in the delivery of elections software and services to local government in the UK. They are the industry leader in Digital Transformation at the polling station and are growing fast and have some exciting roles to fill to help us at this pivotal point in our development.

If you can demonstrate experience of relevant Software testing then you could be perfect for our client and we'd love to see your CV.

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Responsibilities:
Responsible for ensuring the quality of existing and new features through both manual and automated testing and use of continuous integration techniques where practical
- Create acceptance criteria for the user stories and leverage the acceptance to create tests that can be automated
- Produces test scripts, materials, and regression test packs to test new and amended software or services. Specifies requirements for environment, data, resources, and tools
- Evaluates and plans for regression testing for new released cloud-based solutions and any specific configurations or customization
Communicates daily with the Scrum Team/Agile Team on progress made and planned progress for the coming day, reports any impediments blocking progress
- Continuously monitor and control the test activities to achieve project objectives
- Thinks with the mind of the end customer at all times, ensuring solutions seek to improve the customer experience and delight their customers

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Requirements:
Experience of relevant IT testing - Automation frameworks
Additional experience of test planning, test estimation, test strategy, design, test cases design, test environment setup, test data setup, defect management & configuration management
- Further experience with Agile Development Methodologies
- A 3rd level qualification
- A minimum 2 years of relevant experience in IT testing
- Able to work from our office in Derry on request and at short notice

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The Package:
An excellent salary is on offer for the Software Tester position.

You can also earn an extra personal bonus if you hit your targets and an annual bonus if the company hits its objectives

You'll also get the following benefits with the role:
- Pension scheme
- Life insurance
- Eye care scheme
- Open holiday policy

Full details of the package on offer will be revealed once we receive your application.

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Think that this Software Tester role is the perfect job for you? Then we'd love to hear from you.

Click the 'Apply Now' button, send us your CV and we'll consider you for the first round of interviews.

Location: Londonderry, UK
Job type: Permanent
Emp type: Full-time
Salary type: Annual
Salary: negotiable

We're looking for a Biodiversity Recovery Officer to work for our client.

Happy Jobs NI is working alongside Keep Northern Ireland Beautiful to recruit an organised, passionate and creative Biodiversity Recovery Officer to join this passionate team at a time of exciting growth

They are an independent charity dedicated to creating a cleaner, greener and more sustainable Northern Ireland by delivering on improving environmental education in every school in Northern Ireland, increasing public engagement for communities in need and raising environmental standards for the places where people spend time: where they live, work and relax.

Biodiversity recovery is one of Keep Northern Ireland Beautiful’s three key strategic themes identified in the organisations strategic plan 2020-2025.

If you can demonstrate experience of the delivery of environmental programmes then you could be perfect for our client and we'd love to see your CV.

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The Role:
Implementing a range of projects that aim to reverse the loss of biodiversity and improve habitats and ecosystems across Northern Ireland. These projects connect with and embed across the suite of Keep Northern Ireland Beautiful’s programmes including, but not limited to, live here love here grant programmes, eco-schools & other environmental education programmes

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Responsibilities:
Actively working to collaborate and integrate the work on biodiversity recovery across the suite of Keep Northern Ireland Beautiful work programmes, i.e., eco-schools; live here love here and local environmental quality activities
- Engaging and maintaining positive working relationships with potential project partners, e.g., councils, schools and businesses, to secure support and assistance in developing and delivering a range of biodiversity recovery projects
- Providing practical support and assist with delivery of outdoor planting, harvesting and other environmental education workshops with a variety of audiences including the live here love here network and eco-schools network
- Developing and maintaining close communications with fellow employees to ensure the maximum flow of information, understanding and ideas
- Assisting the biodiversity recovery coordinator maintain relevant website pages and coordinate press release activity relating to the biodiversity recovery projects
Supporting in the conversion of sales and additional marketing activities when required
- Identifying and representing Keep Northern Ireland Beautiful on relevant groups and committees and at conferences
Actively working to connect and embed the work on tackling plastics across the suite of Keep Northern Ireland Beautiful’s work programmes and strategic themes
- Ensuring quality standards are maintained as well as accurate and thorough records of all work undertaken
- Preparing and disseminating reports/promotional materials in a timely manner
- Meeting all contractual obligations on time and within budget

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Requirements:
- A relevant degree level qualification or at least two years' demonstrable equivalent experience
Experience of the delivery of environmental programmes

- Further experience of establishing and maintaining strong and lasting partnerships and effective working relationships with stakeholders, including for example, community groups and schools
- A high level of it competence including the MS Office package
- A full current driving licence and/or access to a suitable means of transport to enable you to carry out the duties and responsibilities of the post
- Knowledge of ecological issues, activities and techniques, including knowledge of habitats, protected, vulnerable and endangered species
- A passion or desire to work within the environmental charity sector and ideally have an understanding of habitat restoration, including tree and hedge planting
- Able to be flexible, innovative and a keen problem solver
- Energetic, driven and a confident communicator
- Happy to work outdoors in a range of locations including beaches, streets and open greenspaces with people from all sectors of society

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The Package:
- Basic salary:  Up to £25,000 per annum

- Keep Northern Ireland Beautiful operates a blended working policy allowing some flexibility to work between home and an office in Belfast
- IT equipment and support is provided for all staff to enable them to be efficient and effective in their work

- Temporary post until end of June 2022 - extension subject to funding
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Think that this Biodiversity Recovery Officer role is the perfect job for you? Then we'd love to hear from you.

Click the 'Apply Now' button, send us your CV and we'll consider you for the first round of interviews.

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You could be right for this Biodiversity Recovery Officer position if you've previously worked as any of the following: Education Officer, Environmental Officer or as an Project Co Ordinator.

Location: Belfast, UK
Job type: Contract
Emp type: Full-time
Pay interval: Monthly
Pay rate: GBP £25,000.00

We're looking for a Waste And Pollution Solutions Strategic Lead to work for our client.

Happy Jobs NI is working alongside Keep Northern Ireland Beautiful to recruit an organised, driven and creative Waste And Pollution Solutions Strategic Lead to join this passionate team at a time of exciting growth

Keep Northern Ireland Beautiful are an independent charity dedicated to creating a cleaner, greener and more sustainable Northern Ireland by delivering on improving environmental education in every school in Northern Ireland, increasing public engagement for communities in need and raising environmental standards for the places where people spend time: where they live, work and relax.

Waste & pollution solutions is one of Keep Northern Ireland Beautiful’s three key strategic themes and, as such, this role is key to their dynamic and developing suite of programmes within the organisation.

If you can demonstrate experience of working within an environmental or waste management role then you could be perfect for our client and we'd love to see your CV.

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The Role:
Designing, managing and implementing a range of projects that further waste and pollution solutions across Northern Ireland, including management oversight and delivery of the tackling plastics NI initiative, funded by the Department of Agriculture, Environment and Rural Affairs.
You will be expected to contribute to new policy development where relevant, and engage and collaborate with multiple sectors, delivering a cross-cutting work programme that provides a focus for existing and new initiatives to reduce waste and pollution

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Responsibilities:
- Delivering services to clients and to make presentations to senior local government officers, councillors, businesses, schools, NGOs and other organisations
- Engaging and maintaining positive working relationships with potential project partners, e.g. councils, schools and businesses, to secure support and assistance in developing and delivering a range of waste & pollution projects
Leading the development of waste & pollution solutions business development opportunities and annual work plans
- Updating and maintaining centre of learning website pages
- Gathering all necessary data (for example through on-street attitudinal surveys, focus groups and litter composition analyses) to inform Keep Northern Ireland Beautiful’s development of effective measures to reduce litter and littering behaviour
Supporting in the conversion of sales and additional marketing activities when required
- Organising and delivering relevant tackling plastics events and workshops disseminating examples of good practice and effective pro-environmental behavioural change to a range of audiences
- Engaging with producers and suppliers of single use plastic (sup) packaging to identify and work through barriers to implementing alternative (e.g., biodegradable, recyclable, re-usable or non-plastic) solutions
Actively working to connect and embed the work on tackling plastics across the suite of Keep Northern Ireland Beautiful’s work programmes and strategic themes
- Ensuring quality standards are maintained as well as accurate and thorough records of all work undertaken
- Preparing and disseminating reports/promotional materials in a timely manner
- Meeting all contractual obligations on time and within budget
- Manage other staff, interns and volunteers as required

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Requirements:
- A relevant degree level qualification
Experience of working within an environmental or waste management role
Additional experience of successful project management including the management of stakeholder relationships and a team
- Knowledge of environmental matters, preferably in relation to waste and pollution issues relevant to Northern Ireland

- Further experience of developing and delivering targeted campaign materials and create content for various channels
- A high level of IT competence including the MS Office package
- A full current driving licence and/or access to a suitable means of transport to enable you to carry out the duties and responsibilities of the post
- A creative flair and ideally have experience in digital communications/public relations/marketing
- An understanding of or experience of working with other sectors in Northern Ireland including local and central government and businesses
- Able to work effectively both independently and as part of a wider team
- Energetic and driven to meet and exceed expectations
- Passionate about pro-environmental change and ideally have a knowledge of single use plastics

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The Package:
- Basic salary:  Up to £30,000 per annum

- Keep Northern Ireland Beautiful operates a blended working policy allowing some flexibility to work between home and an office in Belfast
- IT equipment and support is provided for all staff to enable them to be efficient and effective in their work

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Think that this Waste And Pollution Solutions Strategic Lead role is the perfect job for you? Then we'd love to hear from you.

Click the 'Apply Now' button, send us your CV and we'll consider you for the first round of interviews.

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You could be right for this Waste And Pollution Solutions Strategic Lead position if you've previously worked as any of the following: Project Manager, Head of programmes or Waste Management Officer

Location: Belfast, UK
Job type: Permanent
Emp type: Full-time
Salary type: Annual
Salary: GBP £30,000.00