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Cardiovascular Epidemiology Group Project Manager

Leeds Main Campus

Are you ambitious and looking for your next challenge? Do you have experience in trial coordination or clinical research administration? Do you want to be part of a leading team that has a national and international reputation for excellence in conducting clinical research? 

The Cardiovascular Epidemiology Group within the Leeds Institute of Cardiovascular and Metabolic Medicine (LICAMM) and physically located in the Leeds Institute for Data Analytics (LIDA), University of Leeds, is led by Professor Chris P Gale, Professor of Cardiovascular Medicine, Honorary Consultant Cardiologist, and Co-Director of LIDA. The group has a portfolio of research extending from large scale observational studies, linked patient records cohorts, randomised controlled trials and data driven discovery, and is replete with or has received major research grants from the British Heart Foundation, National Institute for Health Research, Horizon 2020, Wellcome Trust, and industry partners. 

You will provide a wide range of support to Professor Gale’s research portfolio, predominantly relating to a €20M Horizon 2020 programme, and a European Society of Cardiology programmes of work. You will also provide support for Professor Gale’s other research grants as well as clinical research activities. 

Duties will include responsibility for set-up and coordination of Professor Gale’s research studies, writing IRAS applications, participating in grant applications, overseeing research funds, organising, managing and recording research meetings, ensuring compliance with the statutory requirements relating to research activities, and undertaking the reporting of research studies to funders, 

You should have a degree in a basic science or other related subject or equivalent relevant qualification/experience. Effective communication, organisational and prioritising skills with an ability to meet tight deadlines, along with well-developed computer skills and excellent attention to detail are essential. You will have experience of clinical research, spanning observational studies and randomised clinical trials, as well as NHS research. 

This post is based in LICAMM, University of Leeds and will include a physical interface with the Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust. 

To explore the post further or for any queries you may have, please contact: 

Professor Chris P Gale,

Email: Karen Fletcher (PA to Prof Gale) K.MendesBarbosaFletcher@leeds.ac.uk  Twitter: @cpgale3 

Further Information

The University of Leeds is committed to providing equal opportunities for all and offers a range of family friendly policies. The University is a charter member of Athena SWAN and holds the Bronze award. The School of Medicine gained the Silver award in 2016.  We are committed to being an inclusive medical school that values all staff, and we are happy to consider job share applications and requests for flexible working arrangements from our employees.

 

 

Location: Leeds - Main Campus

Faculty/Service: Faculty of Medicine & Health

School/Institute: Leeds Institute of Cardiovascular and Metabolic Medicine (LICAMM)

Section: Clinical and Population Science Department (CPSD)

Category: Professional & Managerial

Grade: Grade 7

Salary: £33,797 to £40,322 p.a.

Working Time: 100% full time equivalent

Post Type: Full Time

Contract Type: Fixed Term (Fixed term to 31 December 2020)

Release Date: Thursday 31 October 2019

Closing Date: Thursday 28 November 2019

Reference: MHLCM1203

Downloads: Candidate Brief  

Community Fundraiser

Carers Resource Harrogate

Location:

Harrogate

Reporting to:

Engagement team leader

Hours:

21 hours per week

Role Guide

Relating to your role

Works with the CEO, Heads of Service and Engagement Team colleagues to , implement and develop the fundraising strategy and action plan

Develops good working relationships with existing supporters and donors ensuring that they are kept informed on activity and are invited to relevant events

Identifies, researches, targets and solicits potential supporters face to face and / or in writing and by phone, to raise funds. Supporters will be drawn mainly from individuals, local and regional societies and commercial organisations.

Develops persuasive and innovative proposals, case studies, reports and data capable of achieving income generating programmes from a range of sources.

Designs and delivers initiatives that raise the profile of the Carers Resource.

Regularly reviews plans and targets aimed at new donor acquisitions and further business development, to ensure focussed and effective progress in raising the profile of Carers’ Resource.

Develops and runs fundraising campaigns and events that both raise income and the profile of the organisation.

Initiates and manages donor recruitment / fundraising events either alone or with support from volunteers / staff colleagues, developing fundraising teams.

To manage ongoing donor relationships / liaison, with appropriate feedback and contact reports.

Actively promotes the ethos, brand and services of the Carers’ Resource to external stakeholders while drawing on support and input from colleagues as appropriate.

Creates and leads teams of volunteers to deliver specific projects.

Recruits volunteers from the communities in which they work.

Works in conjunction with the CReate team to target local employers and build effective working relationships

Working with others

Demonstrates effective team-working skills, participates in team meetings and training

Interacts well with other departments

Displays self-confidence and initiative

Attends multi-agency meetings on behalf of Carers’ Resource

Makes a positive contribution to Carers’ Resource, is willing to function as a member of a small team and proactively assist in the development of the organisation

Accepts and learns from feedback

Be an active member of the organisation-wide bid-writing group

Understanding the organisation

Assists with the analysis of trends and recommendations for service improvement.

Acts as ambassador for Carers’ Resource, protecting and promoting its good name and reputation at all times.

Maintains confidentiality over personal information relating to individuals.

Acts confidently on behalf of the department.

Works within all the policies and practices of Carers’ Resource, follows health and safety procedures.

Contributes to Carers’ Resource development.

Participates, as a representative of Carers’ Resource, in multi-agency meetings, voluntary fora and other events, feeding back appropriately to your line manager and the team.

Developing personally

Takes responsibility, in consultation with your line manager, for personal development and progression, participating in performance reviews.

Undertakes any training deemed necessary by your line manager.

Keeps up-to-date about services, benefits and organisations available to carers.

Good timekeeper and good attendance.

Takes responsibility, in consultation with line manager, for personal development and progression, participating in performance reviews.

Person Specification

Experience

Fundraising in a variety of settings

Setting, and meeting of, targets

Informing and enthusing others

Working effectively with people over the telephone and/or by email

Organising and running events

An understanding of carers' needs and awareness of current issues affecting carers

Skills and abilities

Excellent communication skills including listening skills and the ability to give information clearly and succinctly

Strong verbal communication skills, with the ability to deal competently and confidently with the public, senior supporters and the media over the telephone and face to face

Ability to make presentations to individuals or groups using aids and techniques appropriate to the audience, topic and occasion, and willingness for public speaking

Ability to make cold approaches to individuals and companies by letter, telephone or face to face

Strong negotiation skills

Personable, persuasive, able to foster and promote co-operation

Strong written skills with the ability to produce persuasive presentations and proposals

Excellent organisational skills with a thorough attention to detail, the ability to research opportunities, identifying potential, prioritising to achieve goals

Have an innovative, creative approach to identifying and devising fundraising activities.

“Can-do” attitude, unflappable, steadfast, self-motivated, flexible and adaptable skills

Be able to write letters, reports and business proposals

Able to work under pressure, to multiple priorities and to strict deadlines, prioritising own workload.

Ability to organise prestigious high-profile events.

Knowledge

IT literate – a confident user of Word, email, excel, databases, PowerPoint

Experience or knowledge of the role played by statutory, private and voluntary sectors and the way they operate and of community care issues.

Knowledge and understanding of the different communities that make up the Bradford district

Other requirements

An understanding of the need for confidentiality, sensitivity and a non-judgmental attitude.

Enthusiasm and the energy to see projects through from concept to evaluation

Own transport, clean current driving licence and business use insurance.

The post will involve some evening and weekend work, for which time in lieu may be taken.

Flexibility with hours and travel is required.

Job Type: Part-time

Location:

  • Harrogate, North Yorkshire (Required)

Business Administrator

Home Instead Senior Care

This role will require someone who enjoys working in a fast-paced environment and has a track record of accurate and high standards of working. The role is varied as you will be working alongside every department in the business.

Main Responsibilities

  • Payroll and the completion of associated reports

  • Reconciling IQ Timecard

  • Payment of invoices, Ad-hoc payments and end of day banking

  • Completing the monthly invoice cycle and all associated reports.

  • Support other departments with admin duties. – new clients packs & journals

  • Management of new starters/leavers etc in collaboration with our accountant.

  • Management of sickness/absence payments in collaboration with our accountant

  • Management of invoicing and all associated duties

  • Management and ordering of office supplies & stationery

  • Maintenance of Client/CAREGiver files in-line with Company Policy

  • Management of specific client accounts

Required Qualities

  • Being numerically astute would be a distinct advantage.

  • A positive, approachable and friendly manner is necessary.

  • Strong written and verbal communication skills are essential.

  • Must be computer literate with Microsoft excel and outlook.

  • An open mind with a keen ambition to learn about new systems that may be unfamiliar to you.

  • Must be a strong team player who is aware and aligned with our company ethos and core values.

 

Qualifications

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Additional Information
 

  • 37.5 hours a week, 8.30am-5pm plus 16 Saturday mornings per year

  • 29 days holiday

  • Pension Scheme

  • Healthcare Scheme

  • Bonus Scheme

  • Access to Pool Car

Account Administrator

Judge Service Ltd

We are a class leading insight and review business, focused on customer satisfaction. Our mission is to help our clients make the world a better place one customer at a time. We serve clients across the UK. Due to sustained growth, we require an Account Administrator to help support our thriving sales team.

What We Offer

  • Monday-Friday 8:30-5:30

  • £16,000-£18,000 per annum based on experience

  • 22 days’ holiday per year

  • Contributory Pension Scheme

Where the role sits in the team and wider business

  • Reporting into the Operations Director, this is a key position helping to drive client satisfaction and retention by providing support to the account management team.

  • Working within a medium sized growing business it is important to be a real team player, which can involve helping other departments, whether that be hands on activities or gaining more information helping other departments perform more effectively.

Key Areas of Responsibility

  • Making and receiving calls to and from clients to provide support and ensure clients are engaged and getting the most out of the system.

  • Producing reports and presentations for clients and the account managers

  • Learning about the business from team members

  • Updating our CRM system to enable all colleagues to view client progress

  • Ensuring deadlines are met and clients updated

Short, medium, and long-term objectives

  • Short-term objectives are around the efficient management of the key areas of responsibility, to maintain the customer satisfaction and increase retention.

  • Medium-term objectives are to build relationships both internally and externally, including key clients to facilitate more effective relationships and maintain a good understanding of all key areas of expertise

  • Long-term objective is to develop a level of understanding that allows the candidate to make recommendations to improve customer service and/or effectively.

Required Experience, Education, and Training

  • Digitally Savvy

  • Knowledge of Microsoft packages – Word, Excel, Power Point

  • GCSE English and Maths C or above

  • Understanding of sales process advantageous

  • Business qualifications advantageous

Soft Skills and Personality Traits

  • Good communication skills and a great team player

  • Good telephone and personal manner with an ability to deal with people at all levels

  • Good personal presentation and timekeeping

  • Driven with good time management skills

  • Able to share insight with customers becoming a trusted advisor

  • Honest and loyal

Location and Travel Requirements

The position is office based in Harrogate.

Job Types: Full-time, Permanent

Salary: £16,000.00 to £18,000.00 /year

Registered Manager

Henshaws College Campus Harrogate

Title: Registered Manager
Salary: £30, 971.20 per annum/£14.89 per hour
Hours: 40
Annual Leave: 25 days plus 10 Statutory holidays (pro-rata)
Location: Henshaws College Campus, Harrogate
Closing date: Monday 4th November 2019

Henshaws in Harrogate are proud to announce that they are recruiting a Registered Manager Home Support Service in Harrogate, to help lead Henshaws forward so it can continue to support its service users to live independent, fulfilling and active lives.
This really is your chance to make a difference and make care matter!

About Henshaws
Henshaws is a charity that has been empowering and supporting people living with sight loss and other disabilities since it was created more than 180 years ago. Henshaws understands that the generosity of others is what allows it to continue offering the support it provides. As a registered charity, Henshaws is a non-for-profit organisation that puts every penny they receive into supporting those who rely on the service.
Henshaws is guided by 6 Core Values. Compassionate, Empowering, Informed, Inspiring, Proactive & Sharing.
If you share these values, then a role with Henshaws is the role for you.
About The Role
You will play an integral role in proactively driving forward the outstanding service. You will do this in a range of different ways including, ensuring that the services provided are effectively, efficiently and professionally delivered to service users, while ensuring policies and procedures are adhered to at a high standard. Furthermore, you will take overall responsibility for the provision of a flexible service that meets the development needs of service users, delegating duties to the Deputy Manager and Team Co-ordinators as appropriate.
This highlights just a few of the many ways in which you will help our committed staff and service users, but it demonstrates the huge difference you will make.
About You

Firstly, you must have a passion for delivering outstanding care. We are looking for someone who always strives to make a difference and truly make care matter.
Furthermore, you will have experience of working with adults who have learning disabilities, have previous management and supervisory experience in a care environment and hold a minimum of a Level 5 Diploma/NVQ in Health & Social Care or equivalent.
This role would be ideal for both an experienced Registered Manager, or someone looking to take the next step in their career.
What We Can Offer You

As a charity every penny we receive must be spent wisely to make the biggest impact. To do this, supporting our staff is vital. Working for us, you can expect:
- £30,971.20 per annum
- 25 Days Annual Leave + 10 paid bank holidays. (35 Days Total)
- DBS Paid by Henshaws
- Training Programme
- Recognised Qualifications
- Progression Opportunities
- Access to all Henshaws Benefits
- Comprehensive induction programme
- Employee Helpline
- Long service awards every 5 years
- Refer a Friend
- Supportive working environment
Furthermore, your greatest reward will be knowing that you have made a difference. Through your hard work, commitment and dedication you will make someone’s life happier, fulfilling and active.
So what are you waiting for, join us at Henshaws and help lead the change.

To apply, email your CV to recruitment@henshaws.org.uk and start your new career journey today.

Please email any questions to recruitment@henshaws.org.uk

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