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Sodexo Lanark, Lanarkshire
Mar 14, 2020
Full time
Job Introduction We're looking for people who will be a natural fit for the job. Background and experience are not important. It's the kind of person you are that matters. We can teach you the rest. Are you responsible, reliable and good at building trust with others? Are you the sort of person who: Is reliable, true to your word and can always be depended on to get things done? Always treats others fairly and with respect? Are you able to see past bad behaviour and start each day afresh? Is quick to notice things, such as changes in people's moods or when something isn't quite right? Is consistent - people know where they stand with you. Do you stick to the important rules (or if not you have very good reasons not to)? Can easily connect and talk to all sorts of people from different backgrounds on their level? Is straightforward and 'tell it as it is'? Helps others out including helping people find ways to help themselves? Keeps calm under pressure Role Responsibility What's the job like? You might be working on a main wing with a team of other PCOs responsible for prisoners. Your role will involve everything from managing the regular prison routines, (locking & unlocking, supervising meals and recreation time to escorting people to prison work and education). You'll need to deal with the more challenging aspects of prison life such as abusive and violent behaviour. You'll be working with all sorts of prisoners including those on long sentences, people convicted of serious crime and vulnerable individuals. Why be a PCO? People enjoy it for many reasons. Some enjoy the variety and challenge of working with very different people and dealing with all sorts of issues. Others get a buzz from seeing the prisoners improve and progress (however small the changes). Many PCOs appreciate the security and stability of the regular work routines. Others appreciate shift patterns, which allow them flexibility to carry out their responsibilities outside of work. The Ideal Candidate No previous experience required Our great PCOs come to us with all kinds of work and life experience. Some have worked in retail, healthcare, call centers and as taxi drivers. Others are ex-military, police and security services personnel. The work you've done before doesn't matter. What matters is that you're 'made of the right stuff' - the rest you will learn during our intensive 9 week training course and then in the job with the support of experienced colleagues. Recruitment process: Full completion of application form on Sodexo careers website by Tuesday 31st March 2020. (You must have completed the online security questionnaire and have a CV uploaded or your application will automatically be rejected) Fitness test : Tuesday 3rd March, Thursday 5th March and Sunday 8th March. This will involve completing a bleep test and the result does not mean you will not progress to interview as it will not be an automatic pass or fail. Face to face interviews: week commencing 16th March and w/c 23rd March Start Date of course: Monday 27th April 2020 (you must not have any holidays booked for the first 10 weeks due to the training course you must complete.) Please note: some applicants will be kept on a merit list for future posts at this site, we will keep you informed & updated during the recruitment process If you are unable to attend any of the dates for fitness test, interview or have holidays during the training that cannot be cancelled, we will be unable to proceed with your application as no further dates will be available to rearrange your attendance. If you have been interviewed for this role within the last 12 months, your application will not be proceeded with. Please note: These dates are subject to change. initial communication will be via email, please monitor your junk and spam folders to ensure you are aware of next stage requirements. Please note: we will be holding further fitness tests & interviews for additional training courses, dates to be confirmed Package Description The basic salary is On commencement - £23,268 After 1 year & successful completion of probation and an assessment of skills - £23,895 On 2nd anniversary - £24,457 On 4th anniversary - £25,018 We give excellent benefits including free onsite parking, pension, 28 days holiday (inclusive of Bank Holidays) and access to a huge range of discounts and benefits including up to 55% off cinema tickets. The working pattern is 40 hour shifts pattern, including evenings, weekends and bank holidays.
Sodexo Kinross, Perth & Kinross
Mar 14, 2020
Full time
Job Introduction We're looking for people who will be a natural fit for the job. Background and experience are not important. It's the kind of person you are that matters. We can teach you the rest. Are you responsible, reliable and good at building trust with others? Are you the sort of person who: Is reliable, true to your word and can always be depended on to get things done? Always treats others fairly and with respect? Are you able to see past bad behaviour and start each day afresh? Is quick to notice things, such as changes in people's moods or when something isn't quite right? Is consistent - people know where they stand with you. Do you stick to the important rules (or if not you have very good reasons not to)? Can easily connect and talk to all sorts of people from different backgrounds on their level? Is straightforward and 'tell it as it is'? Helps others out including helping people find ways to help themselves? Keeps calm under pressure Role Responsibility What's the job like? You might be working on a main wing with a team of other PCOs responsible for prisoners. Your role will involve everything from managing the regular prison routines, (locking & unlocking, supervising meals and recreation time to escorting people to prison work and education). You'll need to deal with the more challenging aspects of prison life such as abusive and violent behaviour. You'll be working with all sorts of prisoners including those on long sentences, people convicted of serious crime and vulnerable individuals. Why be a PCO? People enjoy it for many reasons. Some enjoy the variety and challenge of working with very different people and dealing with all sorts of issues. Others get a buzz from seeing the prisoners improve and progress (however small the changes). Many PCOs appreciate the security and stability of the regular work routines. Others appreciate shift patterns, which allow them flexibility to carry out their responsibilities outside of work. The Ideal Candidate No previous experience required Our great PCOs come to us with all kinds of work and life experience. Some have worked in retail, healthcare, call centers and as taxi drivers. Others are ex-military, police and security services personnel. The work you've done before doesn't matter. What matters is that you're 'made of the right stuff' - the rest you will learn during our intensive 9 week training course and then in the job with the support of experienced colleagues. Recruitment process: Full completion of application form on Sodexo careers website by Tuesday 31st March 2020. (You must have completed the online security questionnaire and have a CV uploaded or your application will automatically be rejected) Fitness test : Tuesday 3rd March, Thursday 5th March and Sunday 8th March. This will involve completing a bleep test and the result does not mean you will not progress to interview as it will not be an automatic pass or fail. Face to face interviews: week commencing 16th March and w/c 23rd March Start Date of course: Monday 27th April 2020 (you must not have any holidays booked for the first 10 weeks due to the training course you must complete.) Please note: some applicants will be kept on a merit list for future posts at this site, we will keep you informed & updated during the recruitment process If you are unable to attend any of the dates for fitness test, interview or have holidays during the training that cannot be cancelled, we will be unable to proceed with your application as no further dates will be available to rearrange your attendance. If you have been interviewed for this role within the last 12 months, your application will not be proceeded with. Please note: These dates are subject to change. initial communication will be via email, please monitor your junk and spam folders to ensure you are aware of next stage requirements. Please note: we will be holding further fitness tests & interviews for additional training courses, dates to be confirmed Package Description The basic salary is On commencement - £23,268 After 1 year & successful completion of probation and an assessment of skills - £23,895 On 2nd anniversary - £24,457 On 4th anniversary - £25,018 We give excellent benefits including free onsite parking, pension, 28 days holiday (inclusive of Bank Holidays) and access to a huge range of discounts and benefits including up to 55% off cinema tickets. The working pattern is 40 hour shifts pattern, including evenings, weekends and bank holidays.
Sodexo Stirling, Stirlingshire
Mar 14, 2020
Full time
Job Introduction We're looking for people who will be a natural fit for the job. Background and experience are not important. It's the kind of person you are that matters. We can teach you the rest. Are you responsible, reliable and good at building trust with others? Are you the sort of person who: Is reliable, true to your word and can always be depended on to get things done? Always treats others fairly and with respect? Are you able to see past bad behaviour and start each day afresh? Is quick to notice things, such as changes in people's moods or when something isn't quite right? Is consistent - people know where they stand with you. Do you stick to the important rules (or if not you have very good reasons not to)? Can easily connect and talk to all sorts of people from different backgrounds on their level? Is straightforward and 'tell it as it is'? Helps others out including helping people find ways to help themselves? Keeps calm under pressure Role Responsibility What's the job like? You might be working on a main wing with a team of other PCOs responsible for prisoners. Your role will involve everything from managing the regular prison routines, (locking & unlocking, supervising meals and recreation time to escorting people to prison work and education). You'll need to deal with the more challenging aspects of prison life such as abusive and violent behaviour. You'll be working with all sorts of prisoners including those on long sentences, people convicted of serious crime and vulnerable individuals. Why be a PCO? People enjoy it for many reasons. Some enjoy the variety and challenge of working with very different people and dealing with all sorts of issues. Others get a buzz from seeing the prisoners improve and progress (however small the changes). Many PCOs appreciate the security and stability of the regular work routines. Others appreciate shift patterns, which allow them flexibility to carry out their responsibilities outside of work. The Ideal Candidate No previous experience required Our great PCOs come to us with all kinds of work and life experience. Some have worked in retail, healthcare, call centers and as taxi drivers. Others are ex-military, police and security services personnel. The work you've done before doesn't matter. What matters is that you're 'made of the right stuff' - the rest you will learn during our intensive 9 week training course and then in the job with the support of experienced colleagues. Recruitment process: Full completion of application form on Sodexo careers website by Tuesday 31st March 2020. (You must have completed the online security questionnaire and have a CV uploaded or your application will automatically be rejected) Fitness test : Tuesday 3rd March, Thursday 5th March and Sunday 8th March. This will involve completing a bleep test and the result does not mean you will not progress to interview as it will not be an automatic pass or fail. Face to face interviews: week commencing 16th March and w/c 23rd March Start Date of course: Monday 27th April 2020 (you must not have any holidays booked for the first 10 weeks due to the training course you must complete.) Please note: some applicants will be kept on a merit list for future posts at this site, we will keep you informed & updated during the recruitment process If you are unable to attend any of the dates for fitness test, interview or have holidays during the training that cannot be cancelled, we will be unable to proceed with your application as no further dates will be available to rearrange your attendance. If you have been interviewed for this role within the last 12 months, your application will not be proceeded with. Please note: These dates are subject to change. initial communication will be via email, please monitor your junk and spam folders to ensure you are aware of next stage requirements. Please note: we will be holding further fitness tests & interviews for additional training courses, dates to be confirmed Package Description The basic salary is On commencement - £23,268 After 1 year & successful completion of probation and an assessment of skills - £23,895 On 2nd anniversary - £24,457 On 4th anniversary - £25,018 We give excellent benefits including free onsite parking, pension, 28 days holiday (inclusive of Bank Holidays) and access to a huge range of discounts and benefits including up to 55% off cinema tickets. The working pattern is 40 hour shifts pattern, including evenings, weekends and bank holidays.
Sodexo Cumbernauld, Lanarkshire
Mar 13, 2020
Full time
Job Introduction We're looking for people who will be a natural fit for the job. Background and experience are not important. It's the kind of person you are that matters. We can teach you the rest. Are you responsible, reliable and good at building trust with others? Are you the sort of person who: Is reliable, true to your word and can always be depended on to get things done? Always treats others fairly and with respect? Are you able to see past bad behaviour and start each day afresh? Is quick to notice things, such as changes in people's moods or when something isn't quite right? Is consistent - people know where they stand with you. Do you stick to the important rules (or if not you have very good reasons not to)? Can easily connect and talk to all sorts of people from different backgrounds on their level? Is straightforward and 'tell it as it is'? Helps others out including helping people find ways to help themselves? Keeps calm under pressure Role Responsibility What's the job like? You might be working on a main wing with a team of other PCOs responsible for prisoners. Your role will involve everything from managing the regular prison routines, (locking & unlocking, supervising meals and recreation time to escorting people to prison work and education). You'll need to deal with the more challenging aspects of prison life such as abusive and violent behaviour. You'll be working with all sorts of prisoners including those on long sentences, people convicted of serious crime and vulnerable individuals. Why be a PCO? People enjoy it for many reasons. Some enjoy the variety and challenge of working with very different people and dealing with all sorts of issues. Others get a buzz from seeing the prisoners improve and progress (however small the changes). Many PCOs appreciate the security and stability of the regular work routines. Others appreciate shift patterns, which allow them flexibility to carry out their responsibilities outside of work. The Ideal Candidate No previous experience required Our great PCOs come to us with all kinds of work and life experience. Some have worked in retail, healthcare, call centers and as taxi drivers. Others are ex-military, police and security services personnel. The work you've done before doesn't matter. What matters is that you're 'made of the right stuff' - the rest you will learn during our intensive 9 week training course and then in the job with the support of experienced colleagues. Recruitment process: Full completion of application form on Sodexo careers website by Tuesday 31st March 2020. (You must have completed the online security questionnaire and have a CV uploaded or your application will automatically be rejected) Fitness test : Tuesday 3rd March, Thursday 5th March and Sunday 8th March. This will involve completing a bleep test and the result does not mean you will not progress to interview as it will not be an automatic pass or fail. Face to face interviews: week commencing 16th March and w/c 23rd March Start Date of course: Monday 27th April 2020 (you must not have any holidays booked for the first 10 weeks due to the training course you must complete.) Please note: some applicants will be kept on a merit list for future posts at this site, we will keep you informed & updated during the recruitment process If you are unable to attend any of the dates for fitness test, interview or have holidays during the training that cannot be cancelled, we will be unable to proceed with your application as no further dates will be available to rearrange your attendance. If you have been interviewed for this role within the last 12 months, your application will not be proceeded with. Please note: These dates are subject to change. initial communication will be via email, please monitor your junk and spam folders to ensure you are aware of next stage requirements. Please note: we will be holding further fitness tests & interviews for additional training courses, dates to be confirmed Package Description The basic salary is On commencement - £23,268 After 1 year & successful completion of probation and an assessment of skills - £23,895 On 2nd anniversary - £24,457 On 4th anniversary - £25,018 We give excellent benefits including free onsite parking, pension, 28 days holiday (inclusive of Bank Holidays) and access to a huge range of discounts and benefits including up to 55% off cinema tickets. The working pattern is 40 hour shifts pattern, including evenings, weekends and bank holidays.
Sodexo
Mar 13, 2020
Full time
Job Introduction We're looking for people who will be a natural fit for the job. Background and experience are not important. It's the kind of person you are that matters. We can teach you the rest. Are you responsible, reliable and good at building trust with others? Are you the sort of person who: Is reliable, true to your word and can always be depended on to get things done? Always treats others fairly and with respect? Are you able to see past bad behaviour and start each day afresh? Is quick to notice things, such as changes in people's moods or when something isn't quite right? Is consistent - people know where they stand with you. Do you stick to the important rules (or if not you have very good reasons not to)? Can easily connect and talk to all sorts of people from different backgrounds on their level? Is straightforward and 'tell it as it is'? Helps others out including helping people find ways to help themselves? Keeps calm under pressure Role Responsibility What's the job like? You might be working on a main wing with a team of other PCOs responsible for prisoners. Your role will involve everything from managing the regular prison routines, (locking & unlocking, supervising meals and recreation time to escorting people to prison work and education). You'll need to deal with the more challenging aspects of prison life such as abusive and violent behaviour. You'll be working with all sorts of prisoners including those on long sentences, people convicted of serious crime and vulnerable individuals. Why be a PCO? People enjoy it for many reasons. Some enjoy the variety and challenge of working with very different people and dealing with all sorts of issues. Others get a buzz from seeing the prisoners improve and progress (however small the changes). Many PCOs appreciate the security and stability of the regular work routines. Others appreciate shift patterns, which allow them flexibility to carry out their responsibilities outside of work. The Ideal Candidate No previous experience required Our great PCOs come to us with all kinds of work and life experience. Some have worked in retail, healthcare, call centers and as taxi drivers. Others are ex-military, police and security services personnel. The work you've done before doesn't matter. What matters is that you're 'made of the right stuff' - the rest you will learn during our intensive 9 week training course and then in the job with the support of experienced colleagues. Recruitment process: Full completion of application form on Sodexo careers website by Tuesday 31st March 2020. (You must have completed the online security questionnaire and have a CV uploaded or your application will automatically be rejected) Fitness test : Tuesday 3rd March, Thursday 5th March and Sunday 8th March. This will involve completing a bleep test and the result does not mean you will not progress to interview as it will not be an automatic pass or fail. Face to face interviews: week commencing 16th March and w/c 23rd March Start Date of course: Monday 27th April 2020 (you must not have any holidays booked for the first 10 weeks due to the training course you must complete.) Please note: some applicants will be kept on a merit list for future posts at this site, we will keep you informed & updated during the recruitment process If you are unable to attend any of the dates for fitness test, interview or have holidays during the training that cannot be cancelled, we will be unable to proceed with your application as no further dates will be available to rearrange your attendance. If you have been interviewed for this role within the last 12 months, your application will not be proceeded with. Please note: These dates are subject to change. initial communication will be via email, please monitor your junk and spam folders to ensure you are aware of next stage requirements. Please note: we will be holding further fitness tests & interviews for additional training courses, dates to be confirmed Package Description The basic salary is On commencement - £23,268 After 1 year & successful completion of probation and an assessment of skills - £23,895 On 2nd anniversary - £24,457 On 4th anniversary - £25,018 We give excellent benefits including free onsite parking, pension, 28 days holiday (inclusive of Bank Holidays) and access to a huge range of discounts and benefits including up to 55% off cinema tickets. The working pattern is 40 hour shifts pattern, including evenings, weekends and bank holidays.
Sodexo Glasgow, Lanarkshire
Mar 12, 2020
Full time
Job Introduction We're looking for people who will be a natural fit for the job. Background and experience are not important. It's the kind of person you are that matters. We can teach you the rest. Are you responsible, reliable and good at building trust with others? Are you the sort of person who: Is reliable, true to your word and can always be depended on to get things done? Always treats others fairly and with respect? Are you able to see past bad behaviour and start each day afresh? Is quick to notice things, such as changes in people's moods or when something isn't quite right? Is consistent - people know where they stand with you. Do you stick to the important rules (or if not you have very good reasons not to)? Can easily connect and talk to all sorts of people from different backgrounds on their level? Is straightforward and 'tell it as it is'? Helps others out including helping people find ways to help themselves? Keeps calm under pressure Role Responsibility What's the job like? You might be working on a main wing with a team of other PCOs responsible for prisoners. Your role will involve everything from managing the regular prison routines, (locking & unlocking, supervising meals and recreation time to escorting people to prison work and education). You'll need to deal with the more challenging aspects of prison life such as abusive and violent behaviour. You'll be working with all sorts of prisoners including those on long sentences, people convicted of serious crime and vulnerable individuals. Why be a PCO? People enjoy it for many reasons. Some enjoy the variety and challenge of working with very different people and dealing with all sorts of issues. Others get a buzz from seeing the prisoners improve and progress (however small the changes). Many PCOs appreciate the security and stability of the regular work routines. Others appreciate shift patterns, which allow them flexibility to carry out their responsibilities outside of work. The Ideal Candidate No previous experience required Our great PCOs come to us with all kinds of work and life experience. Some have worked in retail, healthcare, call centers and as taxi drivers. Others are ex-military, police and security services personnel. The work you've done before doesn't matter. What matters is that you're 'made of the right stuff' - the rest you will learn during our intensive 9 week training course and then in the job with the support of experienced colleagues. Recruitment process: Full completion of application form on Sodexo careers website by Tuesday 31st March 2020. (You must have completed the online security questionnaire and have a CV uploaded or your application will automatically be rejected) Fitness test : Tuesday 3rd March, Thursday 5th March and Sunday 8th March. This will involve completing a bleep test and the result does not mean you will not progress to interview as it will not be an automatic pass or fail. Face to face interviews: week commencing 16th March and w/c 23rd March Start Date of course: Monday 27th April 2020 (you must not have any holidays booked for the first 10 weeks due to the training course you must complete.) Please note: some applicants will be kept on a merit list for future posts at this site, we will keep you informed & updated during the recruitment process If you are unable to attend any of the dates for fitness test, interview or have holidays during the training that cannot be cancelled, we will be unable to proceed with your application as no further dates will be available to rearrange your attendance. If you have been interviewed for this role within the last 12 months, your application will not be proceeded with. Please note: These dates are subject to change. initial communication will be via email, please monitor your junk and spam folders to ensure you are aware of next stage requirements. Please note: we will be holding further fitness tests & interviews for additional training courses, dates to be confirmed Package Description The basic salary is On commencement - £23,268 After 1 year & successful completion of probation and an assessment of skills - £23,895 On 2nd anniversary - £24,457 On 4th anniversary - £25,018 We give excellent benefits including free onsite parking, pension, 28 days holiday (inclusive of Bank Holidays) and access to a huge range of discounts and benefits including up to 55% off cinema tickets. The working pattern is 40 hour shifts pattern, including evenings, weekends and bank holidays.
Sodexo Edinburgh, Midlothian
Mar 12, 2020
Full time
Job Introduction We're looking for people who will be a natural fit for the job. Background and experience are not important. It's the kind of person you are that matters. We can teach you the rest. Are you responsible, reliable and good at building trust with others? Are you the sort of person who: Is reliable, true to your word and can always be depended on to get things done? Always treats others fairly and with respect? Are you able to see past bad behaviour and start each day afresh? Is quick to notice things, such as changes in people's moods or when something isn't quite right? Is consistent - people know where they stand with you. Do you stick to the important rules (or if not you have very good reasons not to)? Can easily connect and talk to all sorts of people from different backgrounds on their level? Is straightforward and 'tell it as it is'? Helps others out including helping people find ways to help themselves? Keeps calm under pressure Role Responsibility What's the job like? You might be working on a main wing with a team of other PCOs responsible for prisoners. Your role will involve everything from managing the regular prison routines, (locking & unlocking, supervising meals and recreation time to escorting people to prison work and education). You'll need to deal with the more challenging aspects of prison life such as abusive and violent behaviour. You'll be working with all sorts of prisoners including those on long sentences, people convicted of serious crime and vulnerable individuals. Why be a PCO? People enjoy it for many reasons. Some enjoy the variety and challenge of working with very different people and dealing with all sorts of issues. Others get a buzz from seeing the prisoners improve and progress (however small the changes). Many PCOs appreciate the security and stability of the regular work routines. Others appreciate shift patterns, which allow them flexibility to carry out their responsibilities outside of work. The Ideal Candidate No previous experience required Our great PCOs come to us with all kinds of work and life experience. Some have worked in retail, healthcare, call centers and as taxi drivers. Others are ex-military, police and security services personnel. The work you've done before doesn't matter. What matters is that you're 'made of the right stuff' - the rest you will learn during our intensive 9 week training course and then in the job with the support of experienced colleagues. Recruitment process: Full completion of application form on Sodexo careers website by Tuesday 31st March 2020. (You must have completed the online security questionnaire and have a CV uploaded or your application will automatically be rejected) Fitness test : Tuesday 3rd March, Thursday 5th March and Sunday 8th March. This will involve completing a bleep test and the result does not mean you will not progress to interview as it will not be an automatic pass or fail. Face to face interviews: week commencing 16th March and w/c 23rd March Start Date of course: Monday 27th April 2020 (you must not have any holidays booked for the first 10 weeks due to the training course you must complete.) Please note: some applicants will be kept on a merit list for future posts at this site, we will keep you informed & updated during the recruitment process If you are unable to attend any of the dates for fitness test, interview or have holidays during the training that cannot be cancelled, we will be unable to proceed with your application as no further dates will be available to rearrange your attendance. If you have been interviewed for this role within the last 12 months, your application will not be proceeded with. Please note: These dates are subject to change. initial communication will be via email, please monitor your junk and spam folders to ensure you are aware of next stage requirements. Please note: we will be holding further fitness tests & interviews for additional training courses, dates to be confirmed Package Description The basic salary is On commencement - £23,268 After 1 year & successful completion of probation and an assessment of skills - £23,895 On 2nd anniversary - £24,457 On 4th anniversary - £25,018 We give excellent benefits including free onsite parking, pension, 28 days holiday (inclusive of Bank Holidays) and access to a huge range of discounts and benefits including up to 55% off cinema tickets. The working pattern is 40 hour shifts pattern, including evenings, weekends and bank holidays.
Sodexo Addiewell, West Lothian
Mar 12, 2020
Full time
Job Introduction We're looking for people who will be a natural fit for the job. Background and experience are not important. It's the kind of person you are that matters. We can teach you the rest. Are you responsible, reliable and good at building trust with others? Are you the sort of person who: Is reliable, true to your word and can always be depended on to get things done? Always treats others fairly and with respect? Are you able to see past bad behaviour and start each day afresh? Is quick to notice things, such as changes in people's moods or when something isn't quite right? Is consistent - people know where they stand with you. Do you stick to the important rules (or if not you have very good reasons not to)? Can easily connect and talk to all sorts of people from different backgrounds on their level? Is straightforward and 'tell it as it is'? Helps others out including helping people find ways to help themselves? Keeps calm under pressure Role Responsibility What's the job like? You might be working on a main wing with a team of other PCOs responsible for prisoners. Your role will involve everything from managing the regular prison routines, (locking & unlocking, supervising meals and recreation time to escorting people to prison work and education). You'll need to deal with the more challenging aspects of prison life such as abusive and violent behaviour. You'll be working with all sorts of prisoners including those on long sentences, people convicted of serious crime and vulnerable individuals. Why be a PCO? People enjoy it for many reasons. Some enjoy the variety and challenge of working with very different people and dealing with all sorts of issues. Others get a buzz from seeing the prisoners improve and progress (however small the changes). Many PCOs appreciate the security and stability of the regular work routines. Others appreciate shift patterns, which allow them flexibility to carry out their responsibilities outside of work. The Ideal Candidate No previous experience required Our great PCOs come to us with all kinds of work and life experience. Some have worked in retail, healthcare, call centers and as taxi drivers. Others are ex-military, police and security services personnel. The work you've done before doesn't matter. What matters is that you're 'made of the right stuff' - the rest you will learn during our intensive 9 week training course and then in the job with the support of experienced colleagues. Recruitment process: Full completion of application form on Sodexo careers website by Tuesday 31st March 2020. (You must have completed the online security questionnaire and have a CV uploaded or your application will automatically be rejected) Fitness test : Tuesday 3rd March, Thursday 5th March and Sunday 8th March. This will involve completing a bleep test and the result does not mean you will not progress to interview as it will not be an automatic pass or fail. Face to face interviews: week commencing 16th March and w/c 23rd March Start Date of course: Monday 27th April 2020 (you must not have any holidays booked for the first 10 weeks due to the training course you must complete.) Please note: some applicants will be kept on a merit list for future posts at this site, we will keep you informed & updated during the recruitment process If you are unable to attend any of the dates for fitness test, interview or have holidays during the training that cannot be cancelled, we will be unable to proceed with your application as no further dates will be available to rearrange your attendance. If you have been interviewed for this role within the last 12 months, your application will not be proceeded with. Please note: These dates are subject to change. initial communication will be via email, please monitor your junk and spam folders to ensure you are aware of next stage requirements. Please note: we will be holding further fitness tests & interviews for additional training courses, dates to be confirmed Package Description The basic salary is On commencement - £23,268 After 1 year & successful completion of probation and an assessment of skills - £23,895 On 2nd anniversary - £24,457 On 4th anniversary - £25,018 We give excellent benefits including free onsite parking, pension, 28 days holiday (inclusive of Bank Holidays) and access to a huge range of discounts and benefits including up to 55% off cinema tickets. The working pattern is 40 hour shifts pattern, including evenings, weekends and bank holidays.
Sodexo Hamilton, Lanarkshire
Mar 11, 2020
Full time
Job Introduction We're looking for people who will be a natural fit for the job. Background and experience are not important. It's the kind of person you are that matters. We can teach you the rest. Are you responsible, reliable and good at building trust with others? Are you the sort of person who: Is reliable, true to your word and can always be depended on to get things done? Always treats others fairly and with respect? Are you able to see past bad behaviour and start each day afresh? Is quick to notice things, such as changes in people's moods or when something isn't quite right? Is consistent - people know where they stand with you. Do you stick to the important rules (or if not you have very good reasons not to)? Can easily connect and talk to all sorts of people from different backgrounds on their level? Is straightforward and 'tell it as it is'? Helps others out including helping people find ways to help themselves? Keeps calm under pressure Role Responsibility What's the job like? You might be working on a main wing with a team of other PCOs responsible for prisoners. Your role will involve everything from managing the regular prison routines, (locking & unlocking, supervising meals and recreation time to escorting people to prison work and education). You'll need to deal with the more challenging aspects of prison life such as abusive and violent behaviour. You'll be working with all sorts of prisoners including those on long sentences, people convicted of serious crime and vulnerable individuals. Why be a PCO? People enjoy it for many reasons. Some enjoy the variety and challenge of working with very different people and dealing with all sorts of issues. Others get a buzz from seeing the prisoners improve and progress (however small the changes). Many PCOs appreciate the security and stability of the regular work routines. Others appreciate shift patterns, which allow them flexibility to carry out their responsibilities outside of work. The Ideal Candidate No previous experience required Our great PCOs come to us with all kinds of work and life experience. Some have worked in retail, healthcare, call centers and as taxi drivers. Others are ex-military, police and security services personnel. The work you've done before doesn't matter. What matters is that you're 'made of the right stuff' - the rest you will learn during our intensive 9 week training course and then in the job with the support of experienced colleagues. Recruitment process: Full completion of application form on Sodexo careers website by Tuesday 31st March 2020. (You must have completed the online security questionnaire and have a CV uploaded or your application will automatically be rejected) Fitness test : Tuesday 3rd March, Thursday 5th March and Sunday 8th March. This will involve completing a bleep test and the result does not mean you will not progress to interview as it will not be an automatic pass or fail. Face to face interviews: week commencing 16th March and w/c 23rd March Start Date of course: Monday 27th April 2020 (you must not have any holidays booked for the first 10 weeks due to the training course you must complete.) Please note: some applicants will be kept on a merit list for future posts at this site, we will keep you informed & updated during the recruitment process If you are unable to attend any of the dates for fitness test, interview or have holidays during the training that cannot be cancelled, we will be unable to proceed with your application as no further dates will be available to rearrange your attendance. If you have been interviewed for this role within the last 12 months, your application will not be proceeded with. Please note: These dates are subject to change. initial communication will be via email, please monitor your junk and spam folders to ensure you are aware of next stage requirements. Please note: we will be holding further fitness tests & interviews for additional training courses, dates to be confirmed Package Description The basic salary is On commencement - £23,268 After 1 year & successful completion of probation and an assessment of skills - £23,895 On 2nd anniversary - £24,457 On 4th anniversary - £25,018 We give excellent benefits including free onsite parking, pension, 28 days holiday (inclusive of Bank Holidays) and access to a huge range of discounts and benefits including up to 55% off cinema tickets. The working pattern is 40 hour shifts pattern, including evenings, weekends and bank holidays.
Sodexo East Kilbride, Lanarkshire
Mar 11, 2020
Full time
Job Introduction We're looking for people who will be a natural fit for the job. Background and experience are not important. It's the kind of person you are that matters. We can teach you the rest. Are you responsible, reliable and good at building trust with others? Are you the sort of person who: Is reliable, true to your word and can always be depended on to get things done? Always treats others fairly and with respect? Are you able to see past bad behaviour and start each day afresh? Is quick to notice things, such as changes in people's moods or when something isn't quite right? Is consistent - people know where they stand with you. Do you stick to the important rules (or if not you have very good reasons not to)? Can easily connect and talk to all sorts of people from different backgrounds on their level? Is straightforward and 'tell it as it is'? Helps others out including helping people find ways to help themselves? Keeps calm under pressure Role Responsibility What's the job like? You might be working on a main wing with a team of other PCOs responsible for prisoners. Your role will involve everything from managing the regular prison routines, (locking & unlocking, supervising meals and recreation time to escorting people to prison work and education). You'll need to deal with the more challenging aspects of prison life such as abusive and violent behaviour. You'll be working with all sorts of prisoners including those on long sentences, people convicted of serious crime and vulnerable individuals. Why be a PCO? People enjoy it for many reasons. Some enjoy the variety and challenge of working with very different people and dealing with all sorts of issues. Others get a buzz from seeing the prisoners improve and progress (however small the changes). Many PCOs appreciate the security and stability of the regular work routines. Others appreciate shift patterns, which allow them flexibility to carry out their responsibilities outside of work. The Ideal Candidate No previous experience required Our great PCOs come to us with all kinds of work and life experience. Some have worked in retail, healthcare, call centers and as taxi drivers. Others are ex-military, police and security services personnel. The work you've done before doesn't matter. What matters is that you're 'made of the right stuff' - the rest you will learn during our intensive 9 week training course and then in the job with the support of experienced colleagues. Recruitment process: Full completion of application form on Sodexo careers website by Tuesday 31st March 2020. (You must have completed the online security questionnaire and have a CV uploaded or your application will automatically be rejected) Fitness test : Tuesday 3rd March, Thursday 5th March and Sunday 8th March. This will involve completing a bleep test and the result does not mean you will not progress to interview as it will not be an automatic pass or fail. Face to face interviews: week commencing 16th March and w/c 23rd March Start Date of course: Monday 27th April 2020 (you must not have any holidays booked for the first 10 weeks due to the training course you must complete.) Please note: some applicants will be kept on a merit list for future posts at this site, we will keep you informed & updated during the recruitment process If you are unable to attend any of the dates for fitness test, interview or have holidays during the training that cannot be cancelled, we will be unable to proceed with your application as no further dates will be available to rearrange your attendance. If you have been interviewed for this role within the last 12 months, your application will not be proceeded with. Please note: These dates are subject to change. initial communication will be via email, please monitor your junk and spam folders to ensure you are aware of next stage requirements. Please note: we will be holding further fitness tests & interviews for additional training courses, dates to be confirmed Package Description The basic salary is On commencement - £23,268 After 1 year & successful completion of probation and an assessment of skills - £23,895 On 2nd anniversary - £24,457 On 4th anniversary - £25,018 We give excellent benefits including free onsite parking, pension, 28 days holiday (inclusive of Bank Holidays) and access to a huge range of discounts and benefits including up to 55% off cinema tickets. The working pattern is 40 hour shifts pattern, including evenings, weekends and bank holidays.
Sodexo Livingston, West Lothian
Mar 11, 2020
Full time
Job Introduction We're looking for people who will be a natural fit for the job. Background and experience are not important. It's the kind of person you are that matters. We can teach you the rest. Are you responsible, reliable and good at building trust with others? Are you the sort of person who: Is reliable, true to your word and can always be depended on to get things done? Always treats others fairly and with respect? Are you able to see past bad behaviour and start each day afresh? Is quick to notice things, such as changes in people's moods or when something isn't quite right? Is consistent - people know where they stand with you. Do you stick to the important rules (or if not you have very good reasons not to)? Can easily connect and talk to all sorts of people from different backgrounds on their level? Is straightforward and 'tell it as it is'? Helps others out including helping people find ways to help themselves? Keeps calm under pressure Role Responsibility What's the job like? You might be working on a main wing with a team of other PCOs responsible for prisoners. Your role will involve everything from managing the regular prison routines, (locking & unlocking, supervising meals and recreation time to escorting people to prison work and education). You'll need to deal with the more challenging aspects of prison life such as abusive and violent behaviour. You'll be working with all sorts of prisoners including those on long sentences, people convicted of serious crime and vulnerable individuals. Why be a PCO? People enjoy it for many reasons. Some enjoy the variety and challenge of working with very different people and dealing with all sorts of issues. Others get a buzz from seeing the prisoners improve and progress (however small the changes). Many PCOs appreciate the security and stability of the regular work routines. Others appreciate shift patterns, which allow them flexibility to carry out their responsibilities outside of work. The Ideal Candidate No previous experience required Our great PCOs come to us with all kinds of work and life experience. Some have worked in retail, healthcare, call centers and as taxi drivers. Others are ex-military, police and security services personnel. The work you've done before doesn't matter. What matters is that you're 'made of the right stuff' - the rest you will learn during our intensive 9 week training course and then in the job with the support of experienced colleagues. Recruitment process: Full completion of application form on Sodexo careers website by Tuesday 31st March 2020. (You must have completed the online security questionnaire and have a CV uploaded or your application will automatically be rejected) Fitness test : Tuesday 3rd March, Thursday 5th March and Sunday 8th March. This will involve completing a bleep test and the result does not mean you will not progress to interview as it will not be an automatic pass or fail. Face to face interviews: week commencing 16th March and w/c 23rd March Start Date of course: Monday 27th April 2020 (you must not have any holidays booked for the first 10 weeks due to the training course you must complete.) Please note: some applicants will be kept on a merit list for future posts at this site, we will keep you informed & updated during the recruitment process If you are unable to attend any of the dates for fitness test, interview or have holidays during the training that cannot be cancelled, we will be unable to proceed with your application as no further dates will be available to rearrange your attendance. If you have been interviewed for this role within the last 12 months, your application will not be proceeded with. Please note: These dates are subject to change. initial communication will be via email, please monitor your junk and spam folders to ensure you are aware of next stage requirements. Please note: we will be holding further fitness tests & interviews for additional training courses, dates to be confirmed Package Description The basic salary is On commencement - £23,268 After 1 year & successful completion of probation and an assessment of skills - £23,895 On 2nd anniversary - £24,457 On 4th anniversary - £25,018 We give excellent benefits including free onsite parking, pension, 28 days holiday (inclusive of Bank Holidays) and access to a huge range of discounts and benefits including up to 55% off cinema tickets. The working pattern is 40 hour shifts pattern, including evenings, weekends and bank holidays.
Sodexo
Nov 17, 2019
Full time
Are you an experienced Technical Services Manager with a trade background? Do you thrive on managing multiple sites? We would like to hear from you! We are recruiting for a Cluster Technical Services Manager for our drinks manufacturing sites in Southern England. The successful candidate would have a proven track record in building services and plant engineering. Reporting into the Account Manager, you will be required to have experience in the Facilities Management industry, as well as asset maintenance planning software systems, managing a team of engineers, engineering compliance delivery as well as fantastic leadership skills and strong client relationship experience. If you would like more information to understand what it is like to work for Sodexo and a career in Corporate Services, please follow the link below; Careers within Corporate Clients Responsible for the operational management of building and engineering services for the south of England and support the portfolio in the rest of the UK. Full management of all the sites across the South, including staff management. Undertake Authorised Person responsibilities in relation to specified systems. Ensure Health & Safety compliance with policies, systems and procedures are in place for Standard Operating Practices, Risk Assessments, Safe Systems of Work, Control of Contractors, Site Induction, Tool Box Talks and Permit to Work. Ensure adequate control and monitoring is applied to all finance activities undertaken. Ensure consistency in processes and procedures deployed in operational delivery of services across all sites. Responsible for writing/reviewing of building SOP's in conjunction with Sodexo Compliance teams To represent Sodexo on technical questions from both internal and external auditors. Functional responsibility for service activity for ensuring compliance with all relevant statutory and non-statutory legislation/guidance and site-specific health & safety and welfare policies, and ensure site is audit ready for external inspection.
Sodexo
Nov 17, 2019
Full time
Are you of Facilities Management background? Do you have a good understanding of catering and soft services? Do you have operational experience as well as experience in pricing? We want to hear from you! You would be predominantly looking after pricing for bids in food, catering and soft services for the Republic of Ireland part of our business (please expect frequent business travel to ROI). You would need to have a sound operational understanding of catering and soft services, be "good with numbers" and financially astute to be able to maximise our business opportunities. This is a brand-new role that offers every opportunity to make your mark. Apart from salary, sales bonus and employee benefits we offer a positively challenging environment, a growing scope of business, on-going support and great career and development opportunities. You will be joining a small, but strong and well established team. The need to co-ordinate to meet client timelines with pragmatic and cost-effective solutions. Understand client requirements and develop competitive technical and commercial solutions. Ensure regular competitive review of core pricing data, including: hourly rates, productivity and maintenance specifications. Develop commercial assumptions throughout the sales process
Sodexo Wythenshawe, Manchester
Nov 17, 2019
Full time
We are currently looking to recruit an experienced Operations Manager (Hard Services) with the capabilities to attain appointed person status, to manage and ensure that the day to day maintenance services are carried out on site at Wythenshawe Hospital. Reporting directly to the Senior Operations Manager, you will have direct line management responsibility for the civil trades and supervisors on site. You will provide technical support, with the ability to diagnose and resolve problems in all elements, but particularly with regards to services and equipment at our large Healthcare Establishment. You will be responsible for buildings and site infrastructures, including building fabric, fire doors, fire compartmentation, fire extinguishers, rain goods, drainage systems, grounds & gardens and P.O.L. This is an excellent opportunity for a time served M&E Engineer to showcase their knowledge whilst developing within a growing, fast-paced business. If you are a great communicator with excellent people management experience, enthusiastic and flexible - this may just be the role for you! Responsible for the efficient management of directly employed labour and subcontractors Complete and maintain Authorised Person / Responsible Person Appointments Assist in PPM and Reactive maintenance workload planning and management Support the Commercial Manager in the day to day management of minor works Assist in the management of the operational procedures and maintenance activities ensuring that all Statutory and Non-Statutory planned activities are undertaken Ensure maintenance records for all planned Statutory and Non-Statutory Maintenance activities are kept and are in an auditable state Provide advice on technical and operational issues Monitor and control the performance of plant and equipment Control and manage the Contract Management Plan Manage the company Safety, Health and Environmental policies applicable to the contract
Sodexo
Nov 16, 2019
Full time
Are contract negotiations your forte? Are you experienced in reading large contracts and extracting relevant information? Are you accustomed to working with clients and can handle difficult conversations? We are recruiting for an experienced Commercial Contracts Manager who has worked within Facilities Management and Hard Service Projects. If you have experience working with specialised building contracts or have QS experience that would be a bonus but is not essential. You will represent Sodexo Corporate Services on commercial matters (legal, financial and risk management internally and externally) and will take the commercial management lead on bids and commercial management activity in the UK. The overarching aim of the Commercial Team is to support the business in making sound commercial decisions to balance the challenges of maximising financial return whilst minimising risk. Although the role is home based The job holder will be expected to attend monthly team meetings in Salford (Manchester) and will be expected to travel widely within the UK and occasionally Ireland. Negotiate contracts effectively in conjunction with Sodexo legal, Operations and Sales teams - to achieve beneficial contract terms, mitigate risks and maximise financial returns. Deliver support to sales activities including solution development, commercial overview, risk management, submission wording for bids, NDA & confidentiality agreement reviews and contract negotiation. Responsible for the commercial lifecycle of assigned contracts including agreement of the best terms for Sodexo and management of contract changes to facilitate organic growth Support account teams to maximise organic growth opportunities and deliver effective dispute resolution with clients. 'Trouble shoot' where directed, proactively analyse, find a solution for and resolve these issues, reducing losses, avoiding risks and by these actions increasing profitability. Ensure that all assigned contracts are managed in line with Sodexo delegations of authority Deliver commercial education of operational teams aimed at improving the commercial effectiveness of the business
Sodexo
Nov 16, 2019
Full time
Are you experienced in working with hard service project works such as construction or property maintenance? Are you proficient in managing budgets? Do you have working knowledge and experience of CDM? We have great opportunity for an experienced Hard Service Project Manager to join our team, working with a blue-chip client in West London. Working with one of our most established clients you will be responsible for the management and delivery of hard service project works, typically: Facilities Engineering i.e. mechanical systems, electrical infrastructure, plumbing, building fabric & civils. Review and sense check scope, solution delivery challenges and scope development to best achieve client goals. Control works and contractors, ensuring best practice health & safety whilst making sure the project meets budget and time constraints. Manage risks, set out any identifiable risks, share with management team and allocate appropriate risk owners. Ensure works meet all legal and compliance standards. Work with Site Maintenance Team to understand Life Cycle opportunities. Develop business cases and 3-year project pipeline. Effective organisation, co-ordination and planning. Project completed on time and within contractual timescales. Project quality, customer satisfaction and on-time delivery. Adherence to service levels.