Hartington Heath offers Smart Lighting Solutions ranging from LED Lights to WIFI Switches. We believe everyone should have access to a smart home and modern lighting solutions. Sound like your kind of values? Join us as our Retail Business Manager based in our North London Warehouse, Bounds Green and be a key part of our growing and dynamic business. What will the job involve? We are looking for a Retail Ecommerce Assistant who is proficient in Wordpress and Woocommerce website. This person will have first-hand experience in working with wordpress websites, adding, removing and editing products and listings. We are looking for someone who can concept ideas and has the motivation and ingenuity to make these ideas happen. The ideal candidate is someone who can create and update new product listings, work with the media team to update images and content on the website. You must be; Proficienct in wordpress websites. Able to work with woocommerce and related plugins Work with a media team and exceute ideas that will drive sales to the website Working closely with media partners to optimise assets and elevate asset performance and ensure the website is up to date and current What kind of person are you? We hire our team based on values, behaviour and attitude. You must also possess the following skills; Ability to organise and self-motivate Flexibility. We are an evolving business and need someone that will grow with us Excellent time management skills Ability to plan on a short and long-term basis Ability to positively influence the team Desire to display and promote company values In return, we will offer a competitive salary and the potential to develop personally in an exciting and growing business. Job Type: 9:00 - 5.15, Monday to Friday, Full-time Salary: £2,000.00-£24,000.00 per year
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Store Supervisor - Customer Team Leader Location: 14 Queens Road, Bournemouth, BH2 6BE Pay: £10.45 per hour & amazing benefits. Contract: 30 hours per week + regular overtime, permanent, part time Full training givenWorking pattern: Varied shifts including early mornings (store opening), afternoons, late evenings (store closing) and weekends, to be discussed at interviewAs a Co-op store supervisor, you'll step up into a position of responsibility. If you've proven yourself as a leader before, now is the time to apply. You'll help us run our store and support some brilliant local projects by sharing our profits with our communities. It's not just talk. It's what we do.What you'll do as a Store Supervisor To support the successful running of the store, you'll guide your team's learning and development and be a go-to person for advice and support. There's a wide variety of duties to handle, including: * being a positive role model to the team * train and on-board colleagues * ensuring the store is safe and secure by performing daily checks * preparing and presenting all store products, including from the bakery * keeping the store well stocked and looking good * being a key holder - often opening and closing the shop. What it takes to be a Store SupervisorThis is the role for you if you're keen to show leadership in a fast-paced environment. You need to be the kind of person who gets things done without fuss or delay. We're also looking for:* great organisational skills * experience of supporting and coordinating colleagues' daily activities * experience of handling and resolving customer queries * the ability to build relationships with people of all kinds * the drive and ideas to help improve store sales * the flexibility to work a range of shifts to support the opening times of the store Please note, you have to be aged 18 to take on this role, as it involves authorising age-related sales.Why Co-op?As the perfect springboard for career progression, store supervisor is a role that combines rewards and a sense of purpose. We'll nurture your development, while you help us foster stronger community relationships. You can also look forward to a package that features:* a competitive pay rate * premium rates for hours worked before 6am or after 10pm * flexible shifts/working hours and regular overtime opportunities. We provide rotas to your mobile phone 3 weeks in advance. So, you have time to plan around your shifts * 20% off Co-op branded products in our food stores all year-round * 10% off other brands all year-round, which doubles to 20% on the Friday and Saturday after every payday * discounts on other Co-op products and services * pension with up to 10% employer contributions Building an inclusive workplace We're actively building diverse teams and welcome applications from everyone. We want to create an inclusive environment, where we can all celebrate our differences, contribute our best work and develop to our full potential. Our stores are open when our customers need us, so we need candidates to be flexible of when they're willing to work. At interview, we'll ask you to provide additional times for when you can work during the week, we call this preferred availability.As part of your application, you'll need to complete a 20-min online assessment.Please note we may close the advert early due to a high volume of applications.We can make reasonable adjustments to our interview process according to your needs. You can find out more about our people policies at coop.co.uk/peoplepolicies.Co-op is committed to supporting communities and keeping our customers and colleagues safe during the ongoing Coronavirus pandemic. If you're successful in your application, you might occasionally be required to work in other stores within the local area to cover colleague absence.IndFood
Head of Compliance (SMF16/17) - Boutique Fund Manager Location : You can work fully remote (The business has offices all across the UK, London, Bristol, Midlands, Liverpool, Manchester to name a few). Role purpose To assist the Board in ensuring the business continues to meet its regulatory obligations. You must be a trusted business partner with the capacity to get things done through collaboration, effective communication and persuasion. You will lead the Compliance team in delivering high-quality compliance advice, oversight and challenge to the business, as well as performing the Compliance Oversight and Money Laundering Reporting functions (SMF16 & SMF17). Key responsibilities Lead the Compliance Team in delivering and maintaining a programme of monitoring, that reviews operational business activity to assess that regulatory requirements are being complied with. Deliver, maintain and oversee the firm's risk management framework. Carry out the role of MLRO, responsible for oversight of the firm's compliance with the FCA's rules on systems and controls against money laundering. Provide advice and assistance to the Board and staff to help them meet their regulatory responsibilities Provide analysis and early warning of regulatory change which may impact the business. Ensure there is Compliance input and support for business led projects and Compliance led projects are delivered to plan. Ensure customer communications, including financial promotions, are reviewed and approved in line with FCA rules and guidance. Ensure the firm's compliance policies and procedures are kept up to date; that they are appropriate, proportionate and understood by the business, driving the right compliant behaviours. Ensure the firm's regulatory permissions for its activities are accurate and up to date. Oversee the completion and submission of the firm's regulatory returns. Ensure the Compliance team promote a strong compliant culture within the business, through training and general awareness activities. Oversee compliance with the firm's Training & Competence Scheme Provide independent reporting to the Board, Committees and senior management as appropriate, on where the firm currently sits with their regulatory compliance. Help raise awareness of the regulations and industry standards which apply to the firm and its business model Essential Skills Able to lead and manage staff Able to prioritise and manage competing & changing team priorities Able to prioritise own work to strict deadlines Attention to detail Able to problem solve and deal with complex queries Strong written and verbal communication skills Good stakeholder management, at all levels Able to persuade and influence Good numeric skills Experience At least 5 year's FCA regulated compliance experience, including managing a team. Experience working in a MiFID Investment Firm/Fund Manager/Wealth Manager If you would like to know more please do get in touch, we can set up a confidential call this week. Email: (see below) GCS Computer Recruitment Services is acting as an Employment Agency in relation to this vacancy.
Title Sustainability Consultant Category Business Consulting City Manchester, England - North West, United Kingdom Job Description Sustainability Consultant Position Description If you want to be part of something exciting and make a real difference join us as a Sustainability Consultant working within our growing UK Sustainability Advisory Practice. Here at CGI we are supporting our clients across the public and private sector to navigate their journey to net-zero. We solve complex challenges with innovation and provide pragmatic, deliverable sustainability strategy that engages customers, stakeholders and employees. This role can be based from any of our offices throughout the UK with the flexibility of remote working from home when not needed on site. The nature of the role will mean that there will be some travel (expensed) required to other UK office locations as well as client offices as restrictions are lifted. Your future duties and responsibilities As part of the successful Service Advisory Practice within GTO UK, you will work alongside a wide variety of clients to support them in navigating their path to net zero and delivering their sustainability ambition. You will be responsible for delivering sustainability consulting, to new and existing clients across a range of industries. You will also be responsible for the business development lifecycle, from opportunity identification to client approval, building upon relevant consulting models and form part of a revenue-generating team. Required qualifications to be successful in this role You'll need a proven track record of practical, hands-on experience in delivering sustainability strategies as client-facing consultant, internal business partner or trusted advisor. Ideally you'll have a degree and further related study/certification from a relevant body e.g. IEMA, GRI etc. You will need to demonstrate subject matter expertise together with experience of client facing delivery and program management across some or all areas of sustainability such as;• Materiality assessment, sustainability/CSR strategy• Carbon assessment methodology, measurement and reporting• Science Based Targets initiative (SBTi)• Sustainable Development Goals (SDG)• Net zero pathways, solutions and technology• Environmental Systems, ISO 14001• Sustainable supply chain development, monitoring and assurance• Working with global standards, such as GRI, CDP, SASB, and/or TFCD• Waste management, recycling and reuse strategies• Energy/water management and reduction strategies, alternative fuels and renewable energy• Sustainable logistics, distribution and mobility• Social value and community engagement#INDCGI Build your career with us.It is an extraordinary time to be in business. As digital transformation continues to accelerate, CGI is at the center of this change-supporting our clients' digital journeys and offering our professionals exciting career opportunities. At CGI, our success comes from the talent and commitment of our professionals. As one team, we share the challenges and rewards that come from growing our company, which reinforces our culture of ownership. All of our professionals benefit from the value we collectively create.Be part of building one of the largest independent technology and business services firms in the world.