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23 Aug, 2019
£7.70 - £8.21 hourly
Part time- 8-12 hours a week  Do you have excellent customer service and communication skills? The Refectory are looking to hire Catering Assistants to work part time for approximately 8-12 hours a week throughout term time (there is potential to work more hours depending on your availability).  The shifts are flexible, easy to fit around your studies and involve evening and weekend work. What does the role entail? Your main duties will include: Serving food at counters to University staff and students in a pleasant and friendly manner Carry out cleaning necessary to meet University standards Presenting food and menu information in a way that is appealing to customers Labelling and understanding allergen information in order to deal with customer queries Working on the tills and processing payments What will you bring to the role? As a Catering Assistant you will: Have a commitment to providing excellent customer service Be able to work in a fast paced environment Have great communication skills The ability to work as part of a team You do not need to have previous experience in a catering role but experience in a customer facing role is ideal. Training will be provided (including till training).  First induction- Thursday 29th August 11am-2pm  (more inductions will be confirmed at a later date)  
Joblink The Refectory, University of Leeds, Lifton Place, Leeds, UK Part time & Casual
23 Aug, 2019
£10.33 hourly
People in Action (Yorkshire) UK Job Description & Person Specification  Design It Yourself Group Lead – Personal Health and Wellbeing   Salary Rate:          £10.33 per hour                                   Hours:                   4 hours per week (3 hours session delivery Monday 1pm – 4pm and 1 additional hour planning time) Location:              Space 2, The Old Fire Station, Gipton Approach, LS9 6NL Holidays:              6 sessions pro rata (Inclusive of statutory and bank holidays) Responsible to:      Personal Health and Wellbeing Project Manager About People In Action (Yorkshire) People in Action (Yorkshire) is a thriving Leeds based charity, established in 1983 to benefit people with learning disabilities, difficulties and similar conditions. The charity makes a real difference to the lives of the most vulnerable and socially isolated; inspiring and empowering people to recognise their potential, fulfil their aspirations and lead safer healthier, better connected lives. The charity provides a range of innovative, inclusive, person centred services which reflect the needs of the people it supports. The activities are wide ranging and include the provision of opportunities for leisure, learning, employment, health, wellbeing and the development of life skills. The range of activities runs from practical courses in employability to social groups that meet in the community to enjoy leisure time together.  Through individual care packages the charity also provides practical one to one support tailored to the needs to the individual.   Purpose of the Post To be part of a team that provides health, wellbeing and personal development groups/courses for adults with learning disabilities, Aspergers and Autism at weekly sessions. To develop and deliver a rolling “Design It Yourself” art and craft programme, whilst supporting members to achieve their person-centered outcomes alongside families, carers and People in Action Staff.   Key Duties and Responsibilities   Group members: To support the group members to achieve their own outcomes established at initial referral. To facilitate and carry out support in accordance with each members risk assessment (if applicable). To adopt an enabling approach with the emphasis on what group members can do instead of what they can’t do. To provide a person centred model of support which encourages independence and discourages dependence. To ensure activities are inclusive for all members.   Art & Craft programs:  To plan and deliver a Design It Yourself Arts & Crafts activity program in consultation with the group members/staff/volunteers and other relevant stakeholders.  To develop activities in a way that supports independence following the program and work in an innovative way when developing this. To complete weekly attendance records and other relevant information and submit to the PHWB Project manager in a timely manner. To complete quarterly monitoring reports detailing the planned activities and member outcomes achieved. To be flexible within the role where there is a business need. This may require you to deliver sessions outside regular hours on rare occasions. To lead and assist in the collection of feedback from all stakeholders using creative and person centered approaches. To support the promotion and marketing of the Personal Health and Wellbeing Development Service and People in Action. To listen and act on any compliments and complaints from all stakeholders and take responsibility for informing the line manager.   Personal Support and development: To attend training and meetings as and when required.  These may be outside of your session times. To receive supervision once every 12 weeks and liaise with the line manager as required.   To support with collecting evaluations with members/parents/carers or professionals and report to the line manager if required. To ensure the social, emotional, communication and physical needs of each group member is met in a manner that is sensitive to the religious, cultural, linguistic and ethnic origins of the individual. To support and empower group members to engage in activities of their choice. To use skills to communicate effectively with all group members, minimising and managing any adjustments required for members.   Other Duties To promote the work of the service and the charity. To adhere to and implement service policies, procedures and protocols within the employee handbook. To observe the requirements of member’s confidentiality and Data Protection legislation. To ensure that the service is provided in accordance with People in Action’s standards and objectives, safe guarding, risk assessments, Health and Safety requirements and the General Social Care Council’s Code of Conduct.  Any other reasonable duties as required   Person Specification       We are looking for a creative and approachable individual to join our Design It Yourself team.  You will be responsible for leading and developing weekly Art & Crafts sessions as part of the Personal Health and Well-being programme.  It will be important for the candidate to be committed to delivering outcome-based activities with a strong person-centred approach. It would be advantageous, but not essential, if the successful candidate had an Art Therapy background.  The below are all ESSENTIAL criteria for the role; Experience of working with groups Experience of working with adults with learning disabilities, autism and Aspergers, including learning difficulties, disabilities and complex needs Experience of developing and delivering outcome focused activities. Experience of working within community settings and working with parents and carers from diverse backgrounds A commitment to diversity and discrimination. An understanding of safeguarding A basic understanding of health and safety and risk assessments. Experience of delivering arts & craft activities relevant for adults with learning disabilities, autism and Aspergers.  Ability to plan evaluation activities and engage group members, parents and carers in these activities. Ability to communicate professionally with members/parents/carers, colleagues A constructive, flexible approach to team work An enthusiastic and flexible approach to the post This Job Description is not exhaustive. It will be subject to periodic review and may be amended following discussion between the post-holder and employer.
People in Action (Yorkshire) Space 2, The Old Fire Station, Gipton Approach, Gipton, Leeds, LS9 6NL Part time & Casual
23 Aug, 2019
£8.00 hourly
We are an award-winning unique international air tour operator, specialising in providing holidays for blind and sighted customers who travel together with us to interesting world destinations (traveleyes-international.com). Our sighted customers travel at a considerable price reduction in return for ‘being the eyes’ for the blind travellers. We have a unique and exciting opportunity to offer in the area of Products. This is a very diverse, interesting and fulfilling role within a small, flexible, internationally-focused team. Some of the responsibilities of the successful applicant will include: Creating compelling Traveleyes holidays. This will entail researching destinations, identifying and building relationships with suppliers, establishing T&Cs, checking quotations and negotiating prices etc. Writing holiday itineraries and uploading content onto the web including maps, photos and itinerary details. Providing excellent customer management at all levels such as: collating and maintaining customer information, responding to enquiries, taking bookings, managing customer accounts, updating and analysing customer information. Other admin related tasks. Skills and requirements: Excellent IT skills, especially in the area of Microsoft packages and internet research Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal Excellent organisational skills and the ability to multi-task effectively A capacity to maintain excellence through close attention to detail Other languages would be an advantage Travel experience would be an advantage There is huge future potential for the right candidate. Application process: Please send a covering letter and CV to: hannah@traveleyes-international.com Due to the high volume of applications, we are unable to notify unsuccessful applicants. If you have not heard from us within 14 days of submitting your application, please assume you have been unsuccessful on this occasion.           
Traveleyes International Part time & Casual
22 Aug, 2019
£10.00 hourly
Data Analyst £10.00 per hour Temporary, part-time, flexible hours (Monday-Friday) A Data Analyst at the Knowledge Partnership is required to work with large Excel files of HESA (university enrolment) data to produce templated analysis of course performance measures.  Able to begin work in September 2019 Able to work at least 1 day a week (3 would be perfect and these could include half days) Person specification: Excellent accuracy and attention to detail Reliable Experience in using Microsoft Excel Hard-working You will be trained in the data analysis methods used and will need to be able to follow detailed instructions. Once training is completed you need to be self-motivated, self-sufficient and know when to ask a question.  As well as detailed Excel analysis, there may be other tasks required to support the market research and insight analyst team, including copy checking, data collation and website research. This role would suit a Masters student who has strong quantitative and data analysis skills. You will work as a member of the team in a great office environment in the centre of Leeds. Please send your CV and covering letter (with contact details) and the job role you are applying for, to will.hart@theknowledgepartnership.com  stating when you will be available for employment from and to, and why you consider yourself particularly suited to the role. Please send by 6pm on Sunday 8th September 2019. Please note only candidates who are eligible to work in the UK will be considered for this role. We will try to reply to all applicants but if you do not hear from us by 13th September, please assume you have not been successful on this occasion. Please note interviews are likely to be held in Leeds on Friday 13th September and we will expect candidates to meet their own travel expenses to get to the interview.
The Knowledge Partnership 9 Somers Street, Leeds, UK Part time & Casual
22 Aug, 2019
£8.50 hourly
Data Entry Clerk £8.50 per hour Temporary, part-time, flexible hours (Monday-Friday) Working within our small research team, we are looking for new temporary members of staff to work on our annual Tuition Fee Benchmarking project. This is a large data collection process, collecting data from UK universities websites, to help produce a database of all university courses, their tuition fees and entry requirements. Ideally you will be: Able to begin in September 2019 Able to work at least 1 day a week (3 would be perfect and these could include half days) Able to commit until the end of the academic year (June/July 2020) Person specification: Excellent accuracy and attention to detail Reliable Experience in using Microsoft Excel Hard-working You will work as a member of the team in a great office environment in the centre of Leeds. This role would suit any student who has good attention to detail and is willing to work methodically on building an accurate and complete database. Enquiries: For an informal discussion about this role only, please contact Jacob Holder on  jacob.holder@theknowledgepartnership.com Please send your CV and covering letter (with contact details) and the job role you are applying for to will.hart@theknowledgepartnership.com  stating when you will be available for employment from and to, and why you consider yourself particularly suited to the role. Please send by 6pm on Sunday 8th September 2019. We will be contacting successful candidates for interview w/c 9th September. Please note only candidates who are eligible to work in the UK will be considered for this role. We will try to reply to all applicants but if you do not hear from us by 13th September, please assume you have not been successful on this occasion. Please note interviews are likely to be held in Leeds w/c 9th September and we will expect candidates to meet their own travel expenses to get to the interview.
The Knowledge Partnership 9 Somers Street, Leeds, UK Part time & Casual
21 Aug, 2019
£18,711 - £21,417 yearly
£18,711 -  £21,417 per annum  Full time - 36.5 hours per week, will include occasional evenings and weekends, job share considered Closing Date: 9am Monday 9 September 2019 Job ref: 89/19 Leeds University Union is a charity that helps over 38,000 students love their time at Leeds. Located at the heart of campus, the Union is a space to meet people, make new friends and get involved. Find out more about Leeds University Union at   www.luu.org.uk   or follow us on Twitter   @LeedsUniUnion . We are looking for an exceptional Outreach and Engagement Coordinator who is passionate about student participation and inclusion and who will ensure that students love their time at Leeds. The Clubs and Societies Team provide support to over 320 student-led groups enabling them to thrive, learn new skills and build a student community where people belong. This role has a digital focus so we are looking for someone who enjoys using technology and can bring digital innovation to the team. You will play a vital role in ensuring that students are engaged, well supported and that their activities run smoothly. Your energy, commitment to excellent customer service and your ability to communicate effectively with a range of stakeholders will be the key to your success. This is a brilliant opportunity to use your skills and innovation to make a real impact on the student experience. We offer 26 days’ holiday (plus generous statutory and customary closure days) and a pension scheme. To apply, please visit our website using the link provided. Please note that we do not accept CVs. If you haven't heard from us within four weeks of the closing date then, unfortunately, you haven't been successful on this occasion. Closing date:  9am Monday 9 September 2019     Interviews:  Friday 20 September 2019                 LUU is committed to equality and valuing diversity within its employees. We particularly welcome applications from ethnic minority candidates who are currently underrepresented at LUU.
Leeds University Union Leeds University Union, Lifton Place, Leeds, UK Full time
21 Aug, 2019
£18,711 - £21,417 yearly
£18,711 - £21,417 per annum  Full time - 36.5 hours per week, will include occasional evenings and weekends, job share considered Closing Date: 9am Monday 9 September 2019 Job ref: 90/19 Leeds University Union is a charity that helps over 38,000 students love their time at Leeds. Located at the heart of campus, the Union is a space to meet people, make new friends and get involved. Find out more about Leeds University Union at  www.luu.org.uk  or follow us on Twitter  @LeedsUniUnion . We are looking for an exceptional Outreach and Engagement Coordinator who is passionate about student participation and inclusion and who will ensure that students love their time at Leeds. The Clubs and Societies Team provide support to over 320 student-led groups enabling them to thrive, learn new skills and build a student community where people belong. You will play a vital role in ensuring that students are engaged, well supported and that their activities run smoothly. Your energy, commitment to excellent customer service and your ability to communicate effectively with a range of stakeholders will be the key to your success. This is a brilliant opportunity to use your skills and innovation to make a real impact on the student experience. We offer 26 days’ holiday (plus generous statutory and customary closure days) and a pension scheme. To apply, please visit our website using the link provided. Please note that we do not accept CVs. If you haven't heard from us within four weeks of the closing date then, unfortunately, you haven't been successful on this occasion. Closing date:  9am Monday 9 September  2019      Interviews:  Thursday 19 September 2019                 LUU is committed to equality and valuing diversity within its employees. We particularly welcome applications from ethnic minority candidates who are currently underrepresented at LUU.
Leeds University Union Leeds University Union, Lifton Place, Leeds, UK Full time