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25 Hours Kitchen Porter
at Queens Park Community School
Queen's Park, NW6
Kitchen Porter – Queens Park Community School At Pabulum, you’re important; without our employees we wouldn’t be where we are today with such a strong, innovative and constantly growing business. With over 120 sites across Southern England there’s plenty of opportunity for you to grow, learn and develop. We are now seeking a Kitchen Porter to join our fantastic team!
There are three basic ingredients for this role; • The food – Here at Pabulum, we take our values so seriously that we put Education, Passion, Sensation and Innovation forefront of everything we do. 94% of our food is freshly prepared on site every day, using 75% British produce and little or no frozen or processed foods.
The people - Happy customers always come back for more, so we expect you ensure they have an excellent customer experience.
And you – We are recruiting for an enthusiastic Kitchen Porter to join our positive and professional team. About The Role And Benefits; • 25 Hours a week • £10.42 per hour • Monday – Friday • 9am – 2pm
Excellent work/life balance due to term time only contract • NEST pension scheme • Comprehensive Employee Assist Programme • Consistent training and development Responsibilities And Duties; • Service and cleanliness will be a top priority for you. There’s washing up and cleaning the kitchen and equipment to Pabulum’s high standards to create a kitchen to be proud of. • You’ll ensure that pots and cooking utensils are clean and properly stored away. • Make our cutlery trays are clean and the cutlery shine. • Once everything is clean, you’ll ensure the dishwasher is empty and clean and any rubbish is taken away.
You’ll get essential training on Food Hygiene and Health & Safety and there’s plenty of opportunity to further your career. • Present yourself in a professional, in the correct Pabulum uniform, which includes a name badge. As you will be working in Education, you must provide two employment/character references and we’ll also carry out an Enhanced DBS / Criminal Record Check as well (which we’ll pay for). Please do not contact the school/college direct.
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Team Assistant (Kickstart role)
Gemini Gemini - Queen's Park
Part-time across 5 days
We are looking for a positive, proactive Team Assistant for our office in Queens Park. Preferably someone on Universal Credit, as we are enrolled on the kickstart scheme. Duties include: - Greeting visitors and contractors - Signing for deliveries and collection dockets - Sending out orders to clients and celebrity ambassadors - Packing boxes to send to clients - Providing hospitality for visitors / team (tea/coffee making) - General administration tasks such as filing, typing, copying, scanning - Weekly inventory checks of Company food supplies, stationery and bathroom supplies- ensuring all stock is up to date and ordering more when necessary - Keeping kitchen clean - Working (and walking) our office dog – must like dogs! - Assisting with social media - Helping with our photoshoots - Assisting at our events The office is located in the heart of Queens Park. Office hours 10-3pm Monday- Friday.
Everyone is welcome at M&S. No exceptions. It's your background, abilities and differences that make you, uniquely you. And when you're part of M&S, that individuality has the potential to make waves.
This section tells you all you need to know about the position and its responsibilities, outlining everything we hope to see in a successful candidate.
WORK PATTERN Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, & Saturday 18.30-22.30
• To deliver a great shopping experience for their customers, putting customers before task every time • Champion new ways of working within stores through an open mindset and positive attitude • Complete tasks and processes that deliver 'best in town' standards • Serve and sell across all channels brilliantly well • Be the voice of our customer to help us continually improve Key Accountabilities • Serve our customers efficiently and brilliantly well - on the shop floor and at service points.
Work across the store to get things done right first time within timescales • Comprehensive knowledge of customer shopping channels • Good level of product knowledge and services across the store • Up to date knowledge of the commercial operation and brilliant basics.
Apply on the M&S Food website or via Google
Room Leader - Katharine Bruce Nursery and Pre-School - Full-Time
Salary - £27,000 - £28,500
Location - W10 4QA
Work Type - Full Time
This is a permanent, full time vacancy
We put people before profit: work for a family of nurseries with heart
“LEYF gave me the confidence and the teaching to go further in my job.” ‒ Victoria, Room Leader
We’re the London Early Years Foundation, or LEYF Nurseries for short; a family of 40 nurseries. Our people love working for us because we focus on the child and their family, and give them the best start in life.
LEYF is known for quality teachers — we give you strong in-house training and access to promotion. Our nurseries feel independent and community focused, and teams take care of each other. You join a family of nurseries with a great support network.
What’s in it for you-
“The best thing about working for LEYF is I really believe in what they do.” ‒ Pethro, Deputy Manager
Lots of training, promotions and a good salary for the sector
Flexible working contract choices ‒ full-time, part-time (3 days, AM or PM shifts)
Generous pension at 7% from us (1% from you)
70% discount on childcare fees
Up to 35 days off a year, including 8 bank holidays, 3 days off between Christmas and New Year, and your birthday (pro-rated for part-time hours)
Sector-leading parental leave
Many other benefits that take care of you, including access to the Headspace app, shopping discounts, annual conference and money for team celebrations
A bit about the role
“We work as a team. We work as a family.” ‒ Zainab, Room Leader
We know you work in Early Years because you love helping children develop and learn. You are warm and keen to give children the best education to succeed in life.
You’ll manage a team in your room to create and plan daily activities to engage and teach the children. You’ll also work closely with the management team and parents building great relationships and practice.
Every nursery shares LEYF’s unique teaching model. But you will have the freedom to be creative to suit how the children learn best. Whether you hop on a train to the Science Museum, take a bus to make friends at a nearby LEYF nursery, or bake with your nursery chef, it’s always about the children in our nurseries.
You will need:
The right to work in the UK
Level 3 or above childcare qualification
The ability to lead a ratio bound team and build strong relationships
An ability to safeguard and protect children
To be positive, adaptable and friendly
About the nursery
Rated Good by Ofsted, Katharine Bruce Nursery and Pre-School provides Early Years education and care to children from birth to 5 years old.
You can find us in Kensal Green, close to Queen’s Park and Kensal Rise stations. We’re a bright, roomy nursery with plenty of space for all-weather outdoor activities.
Our children enjoy science experiments, yoga, growing vegetables in our greenhouse, messy arts play, woodwork and more. We also have a sensory room for babies.
Contact us today, our friendly recruiters are waiting to hear from you.
COMMUNITY CLIMATE ACTION COORDINATOR
Title: Community Climate Action Coordinator
Hours: Full time 35 hours per week
Salary: £32k - £35k per year depending on experience
Contract type: Temporary – 18 month contract with potential to extend depending on funding
Annual leave: 25 days per year + bank holidays Reports to: PDT Health and Communities Programme Manager Location: North Paddington
Background to Role:
The North Paddington area has many challenges including high levels of health inequalities, overcrowding, low incomes, unemployment, youth violence; and high levels of mistrust of statutory services. The area also has many strengths including large areas of well-established green and blue infrastructure including Westbourne Green, Meanwhile Gardens and Queens Park Gardens in addition to smaller green squares and the Grand Union canal. There is a strong sense of community and a strong network of local organisations already working to tackle health inequalities through engaging residents with green spaces and tackling climate change. Based in Paddington Development Trust, the new Community Climate Action Coordinator is funded by the North Paddington Programme and will support the community to strengthen existing green projects including Green Westbourne, as well as identify and develop new neighbourhood projects, with an overall aim of increasing community engagement with green spaces, nature, and the outdoors. The postholder will also work closely with the Westminster Council Climate Emergency team to link activities into wider borough initiatives. The Mayor of London’s Future Neighbourhoods Strategy will be one of the guiding approaches, which provides the opportunity to implement our net-zero ambitions by adopting an area-based, community-partnership approach.
Required and Desired Skills:
To identify, support and foster key residents to take a leadership role in climate change activities in North Paddington going forward. • Attend fortnightly Climate Project Board meetings to share progress, lessons learnt and risks and issues. • Provide quantitative and qualitative content for monthly highlight reports. Person Specification Desirable Essential Understanding and interests Good knowledge of urban sustainability issues in at least one of the following areas: resource use, waste and recycling, biodiversity/wildlife, community energy, and active travel x Understanding of the barriers to engaging residents and organisations in North Paddington x Highly motivated and passionate about tackling climate change through empowering communities x Experience Experience of building and maintaining diverse networks of individuals, groups and organisations x Experience of successfully applying for funding x Skills Vision to see, create and exploit new opportunities x Ability to recruit, maintain and develop volunteers x Strong negotiation and influencing skills x Ability to empower individuals and organisations to take ownership of community-based projects x Highly organized, able to plan and manage a complex workload to tight deadlines x Knowledge and understanding of data protection, health and safety, safeguarding and boundaries x Experience of maintaining and developing websites (WordPress) and social media. x Committed to the principles of equal opportunities and diversity
The closing date for this post is 09:00 am am on Friday 1st December 2023.
To apply please complete and send the attached application and diversity monitoring forms to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please note that CVs will not be accepted. If you have any questions about the role please contact Lizzie Fletcher at email@example.com or call 07593690705 If shortlisted, interviews will be held during the week starting 11th December.
Head of Operations
QUEENS PARK RANGERS FOOTBALL & ATHLETIC CLUB
Full–time and Part-time
The Head of Operations will be responsible for leading and managing the Operations department in delivering the first-class services which are essential for the safe and effective operation of Loftus Road stadium, and the Club’s state of the art training ground facility. A key part of the role is the day-to-day accountability to statutory organisations such as the FA, EFL, London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham, Sports Grounds Safety Advisory (SGSA), Metropolitan Police, and other emergency services and legal entities. The role will form part of the Senior Management team at QPR, reporting directly to the CEO and having a significant impact on all areas of Club operations. Main Duties and Responsibilities: • Management of several key departments across the Operations department, including Operations, Safety & Security, Matchday Operations, Facilities & Stadium Management, Training Ground Operations, Grounds Maintenance, IT, and Project Management. Covering 16 full-time and part-time staff, in addition to responsibility for 200+ casual matchday staff
• Responsibility for health and safety across both sites and ensuring all legal and statutory compliance requirements are met. Key elements are contingency planning, robust infrastructure, appropriate technology, and cost-effective delivery. • Maintain financial control of Operational expenditure (approx. £4 million OPEX) and liaise with the Finance Director in setting annual budgets and key financial strategies. • Working with the Commercial department in hosting events at the stadium and training ground, and securing key non-matchday revenue through hiring of facilities • Lead on the development of an environmental strategy and driving sustainability procedures across the Club.
To comply with all company polices and procedures. To adhere to all company regulations regarding policies, procedures, safeguarding, health and safety.
All other duties that may arise from time to time and fall within the scope of this position.
We ask that applicants complete our diversity monitoring form. You are not obliged to answer any of these questions but the more information you supply, the more effective our monitoring will be. All information supplied is anonymous and will not be viewed by recruiting managers.
Weekend Work in Luxury Retail
Queens Park, West London, W10
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£10.50 - 10.50 per hour
Are you looking for weekend work in luxury retail, supporting leading brands in the world of fashion?
We are currently seeking energetic, proactive, and professional individuals, who want to work at weekends.
If you have previous premium or luxury retail experience, this could be the perfect role for you!
If you are looking for a part time temporary role within luxury retail, we would love to hear from you.
Please apply ASAP below:
Part Time Bookkeeper
Maida Vale, West London (W9)
£18,800 per annum
Our client, in the fast-paced hospitality sector, is growing exponentially and is looking for a detail-oriented part-time Bookkeeper who could join their team.
As a Bookkeeper, you will play a vital role in managing supplier invoices, chasing suppliers for payments, processing remittances, and reconciling statements.
Offering flexible working hours, this role would be ideal for someone seeking a work-life balance and at the same time contributing to this growing concern.
·Supplier Invoice Management and communications
·Remittance and Payment Handling
·Financial Record Maintenance
·Compliance and Documentation
Proven experience in bookkeeping and bookkeeping principles
Proficient in Excel
Record keeping and attention to detail
Strong communication skills
Work well independently
·Previous experience in hospitality or restaurant industry would be advantageous.
What the company offers:
An attractive basic
Monday – Friday (9am – 2pm)
Contact: Michelle Stavrou
Job ID: 101224337
Police Community Support Officer
£33,348 a year - Full-time, Part-time
Pay - £33,348 a year
Job type - Full-time and Part-time
Shift and schedule - 12 hour shift
Police Community Support Officer
Salary: £33,348 including £1,841 location allowance. This role may also attract a shift disturbance allowance of between 12.5% and 20%. Your salary will progress to the band maximum of £34,480 via incremental progression.
Location: Across London
Details: Full-time (36 hours per week) and part-time opportunities available. Day and evening shifts. Full training provided.
You’re a people person who can build relationships with people from all walks of life, who’s looking for a role that makes real-world impact. Then how does reducing crime and working with communities to make London safer sound?
As a Police Community Support Officer (PCSO) conversations will be your bread and butter. Working in the heart of communities, you’ll work with local people, support officers and build vitally important relationships that mean the world to residents. All in the name of preventing crime and making communities safer.
You’ll join either our Safer Neighbourhood or Transport team. Our Safer Neighbourhood teams offer a visible police presence and reduce crime and antisocial behaviour at local levels. And our Transport teams focus on keeping London’s roads and over-ground transport networks moving and operating safely.
Depending on your role, you could be trained in:
Providing support at ceremonial and special events.
Responding to major incidents and security alerts.
Making house-to-house enquiries.
Helping to keep London’s road network running.
Issuing fixed penalty notices.
Of course, your responsibilities could extend far beyond this (depending on where you’re needed), from policing special events and responding to major incidents, to keeping roads running smoothly.
In return, you’ll get a competitive salary, full training package – including Personal Safety and Emergency Life Support – and we’ll make sure we support your personal development.
What you’ll need
You’re comfortable speaking to members of the public.
You’re a keen learner who’s motivated to complete initial and further training programs.
You understand the importance of community engagement and care about others, wanting to see them safe and well.
You’re comfortable spending lots of time on your feet – you’ll walk a lot during your shift.
You’ll have a GCSE Grade C (or equivalent) in English. (If you don’t have the GCSE, you can take a written test that’s the equivalent.).
Right now, we’re looking for PCSOs across London. We can’t guarantee where you’ll be placed but we’ll try to balance your preference with where the Met needs you the most.
Benefits/What you can expect
28 days' holiday rising to 33 days after five years' service.
Choice of two generous civil service pension schemes.
Interest-free season ticket loans - so you can spread the cost of travel.
Free travel on London's buses - both when you're on and off duty.
Use of the Met sports and social club facilities.
We view diversity as fundamental to our success. To tackle today’s complex policing challenges, we need a workforce made up from all of London’s communities. Applications from across the community are therefore essential.
As a Disability Confident Committed Employer the Met have committed to ensuring that disabled people and those with long term health conditions have the opportunities to fulfil their potential and realise their aspirations.
What happens next?
Ready to start making communities safer? Click for further information and to apply visit the Metropolitan Police Service website today.
Temporary Sales Assistant - UNIQLO 311 Oxford Street
£12.40 an hour - Full-time
Pay - £12.40 an hour
Job type - Full-time
Shift and schedule- 8 hour shift
UNIQLO is a modern Japanese company dedicated to creating great clothing with new and unique value to enrich the lives of people everywhere, and every day! We are committed to creating a diverse and inclusive workplace where all employees feel valued, respected, and supported.
Previous experience in retail is not mandatory. If you love fast-paced, dynamic and customer focused work environments then this position is for you!
Salary: starting rate of £12.40 per hour
Hours: Full Time (37.5 hours) and Part time (30 hours) available
Shift patterns: 8.5 hour shifts per day including 1-hour unpaid meal break.
Full flexibility from Monday to Sunday is required (within contracted hours)
What’s in it for you?
You will be provided with comprehensive and ongoing training to ensure you have the knowledge and skills to excel in the role.
You'll enjoy a range of generous perks and benefits, including a Sales Assistant discount on our products.
We celebrate our employees' achievements through monthly awards, where outstanding performance is recognized and rewarded. Your dedication and contributions will not go unnoticed.
While this position is temporary, we offer permanent position opportunities for hardworking committed individuals who consistently generate results.
Who are our Sales Assistants?
Creating Lasting Impressions: Engage closely with customers to assist with product selection and inquiries, welcome them in the fitting room, operate the cash register, all with a view to offer exceptional customer service.
Sales Excellence: Meet sales targets to drive business growth. Relay the voice of customers about products and services to management to continue to make our business relevant for the customers of today and tomorrow.
Teamwork: Collaborate with team members to achieve collective goals and create a positive work environment.
Apply directly on the UNIQLO website
QPCS ethos is summed up by our vision statement based on our initials: Quality, Progress, Creativity and Success. QPCS is a successful school, rated good by Ofsted in December 2019. We are committed to the highest of standards in all we do, and set ourselves challenging targets. We invest heavily in maintaining a high quality of teaching and learning which continues to impact upon the academic performance of our students. Humanities Teacher (with Geography, Sociology or History as a specialism would be preferred - but not required) On Inner London salary scale Humanities is a large and successful faculty at QPCS and is a core subject throughout the school. At Key stage 3 it includes Geography, History, RE and Citizenship. All students are required to take either History or Geography GCSE along with a short RE course in KS4. History, Geography, Sociology, Philosophy, Criminology and Politics are popular A level subjects. We are looking for an enthusiastic and a proven.
Queen's Park Primary School
Do you want to be part of an innovative, highly collaborative and inclusive school? Queen's Park are seeking a proactive, suitably qualified administrator to join our team. Queen's Park is a thriving community school in North Westminster. Rated Good at our last Ofsted (November 2022), we are passionate about mental health, wellbeing and creating life long learners. We are seeking a friendly and motivated administrator who has a welcoming and friendly manner for both parents and visitors to the school. The post holder will undertake all administrative tasks as delegated by the senior leadership team. The post holder will be responsible for routine office work and to provide a good administrative service to the entire school. This will include ensuring that administrative systems are established, monitored and maintained; assisting the Headteacher and staff in keeping of accurate and up to date records of pupils and ensuring that all communications with external agencies or individuals are dealt with effectively, confidentially and in a professional manner. Working Hours: Monday to Friday 8am to 4.30pm Salary: £29 364 (pro rata £25 252) You will: - Have experience working in administration (primary school desired but not essential) - NVQ Level 3 or above (desired but not essential) - Excellent literacy and numeracy skills -Experience with specialist ICT packages (SIMS desirable) -Ability to organise own workload and prioritise appropriately -Strong communication skills (both written and verbal) -Have up to date knowledge of relevant legislation in relation to working with and the protection of children and young people -Be able to work collaboratively with others -Be able to meet deadlines -Be able to work flexibly in a dynamic, fast-paced environment.
For more information, please do not hesitate to contact the school on 02033515860 or to find out more information about our school, visit the website https://www.queensparkprimaryschool.co.uk
Do you want to help disadvantaged children in London by teaching them how to read? We believe that every child has the right to read. No child, of any background, should be educationally doomed. We work with primary schools in west and northwest London where there are high numbers of disadvantaged pupils in need of our literacy help. We run intervention literacy classes during the school-day to groups of up to 15 pupils. We are looking for teachers to deliver our literacy intervention classes. • All training is provided. • The work is paid on a sessional basis and the timetable is varied. If you would like to help us help disadvantaged children achieve mastery of literacy, please complete our online Job Application Form or send your CV to the address below. Send your CV along with a brief description of why you are applying for the role to: The Education Director, The Learning Store, 3 Mozart Street, London W10 4LA
Cocotte Queens Park is looking for an experienced, positive, and motivated Full-time AM Our menu focuses on high-quality produce, seasonality, great flavors, and cocktails. What we are looking for: - A passion for the industry and the challenges that come with it - Energy and motivation to successfully provide great customer service - A can-do attitude and multitasker to ensure the right things are done on time - A result-driven and ambitious individual keen to develop your career and grow with us. In return, we will provide you with a great package including • Competitive salary & bonus • 28 days of holiday • Pension • Retail discounts Amazing Staff food • Fun culture surrounded by a supportive team Despite all the fun we have, we also take your personal development as seriously as we take our food and drinks, a great opportunity to learn and grow within the company with a few new openings coming up. Pay monthly 40-45 hours a week Free staff food Wage stream - giving you access to your wages whenever you need it! Apply today to join the growing team here at Cocotte! Job Types: Permanent, Full-time Salary: £11.00-£14.00 per hour Schedule: • 10 hour shift • 12 hour shift • 8 hour shift • Weekend availability Supplemental pay types: • Bonus scheme • Tips Ability to commute/relocate: • London: reliably commute or plan to relocate before starting work (required) Work Location: In person.