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Skilled Labourer

Red8 Commercial Ltd

Skilled labourer required - own transport essential due to site locations. Working in mainly the Harrogate area, but future contracts include Leeds and surrounding areas. Wage is dependent upon experience. Work ranges from general construction, domestic and commercial refurbishments and shop fitting.

Job Types: Full-time, Temporary


  • 8 hour shift


  • Skilled Labor: 2 years (Preferred)

Flexible Working Options Available:

  • Not offered

Work remotely:

  • No

Apply Here

Part Time Medical Receptionist

Kingswood Surgery, Harrogate

Job: 15 hours per week. Two positions available.

Our Reception area is very busy and the candidates will need to be organised and able to multi-task, have a professional demeanour, be flexible in their approach and have basic IT skills.

The ideal candidates will have previous experience in as a Medical Receptionist or an office or medical environment. Some knowledge of SystmOne is desired although not esential.

The candidates must be flexible and have the ability to cover other colleagues as and when required.

Occasional Saturday morning work will be required.

Full DBS check will be required.

Interested candidates may apply with their CV.

Job Types: Part-time, Permanent


  • On-site parking


  • Day shift

  • Monday to Friday

COVID-19 considerations:
To keep our Receptionists and patients safe all staff must wear face masks when on reception desk.


  • Medical Receptionist: 1 year (Preferred)

  • Medical Office: 1 year (Preferred)

Work remotely:

  • No

Apply Here

Senior Administrator - 6 month Contract

Appleyard and Trew LLP - Harrogate Office

£12 per hour - 6 month Post

Senior Administrator workig 25 Hours Per Week – 5 Hours per day Monday – Friday

We are seeking an enthusiastic and reliable Senior Administrator to work within our Harrogate Office. Appleyard and Trew LLP are a Limited Liability Partnership of Project Managers, Quantity Surveyors and CDM Advisers operating throughout the UK. You will be working within an established team and will need to have the ability to work in a fast paced but friendly office.

Job description – including but not limited to

Basic secretarial duties

· Answering Phones

· Ordering stationery, photocopy paper etc

· Post

· Petty cash

· Liaising with copier, computer maintenance companies as required

· Organising courier services

· Support to the partners and staff

· Photocopying

· Filing

Technical duties

· Copy typing letters and reports and more complex construction tender and contract documents

· Preparing invoices and keeping fee files up to date

· Typing technical documents into Excel and word

· Preparing marketing submissions and applications for project work using InDesign Software

· Liaising with other offices regarding marketing materials

· Maintaining the job list database and computer file structure

· Maintaining National Building Specification files in conjunction with other offices

· Input and Updating of social media posts and website formats

Other duties

· Coordination and arrangement of social events

· Coordination and arrangement of marketing events

· Quality assurance


· Word

· Excel Microsoft Office 365

· Outlook

· Adobe Indesign (or willing to be trained)

· Dropbox or similar

Skills and abilities

· Trustworthy and honest

· Reliable and prompt

· Numerate

· Flexible

· Willing to learn new skills and new software

· Organised

· Attention to detail

· Able to work independently & prioritizing workload to deadlines

· Using own initiative

Reference ID: ATHAR2020

Contract length: 6 months

Part-time hours: 25 per week

Expected start date: 16/11/2020

Job Types: Part-time, Temporary

Salary: £12.00 per hour


  • On-site parking


  • Monday to Friday

  • No weekends


  • Similar: 1 year (Preferred)

Work remotely:

  • No

Apply Here

Community Fundraiser and Volunteer Coordinator

Carers Resource Harrogate

The Community Fundraiser will be responsible for developing good working relationships with supporters to raise income for Carers’ Resource primarily in the North Yorkshire area. This post will also have responsibility for recruiting volunteers for the organisation in the Harrogate area, working alongside the current Bradford Volunteer Coordinator.

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 Carers’ Resource

  • * Regularly reviews plans and targets aimed at new donor acquisitions and further business development, along with fundraising campaigns and events to ensure focused and effective progress in raising both income and the profile of Carers’ Resource

  • Takes responsibility for the oversight of the discount offers attached to the Carer’s ID card, pursing new opportunities and ensuring all offers are current

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

  • * Designs creative approaches to attracting volunteers to the organisation, creating teams of volunteers to deliver specific projects where appropriate

  • Works closely with team leaders and project teams to identify volunteering opportunities

  • Operates and coordinates appropriate and effective recruitment, selection, induction and training procedures for volunteers in line with Carers’ Resource’s current policies and procedures and together with the Volunteer Coordinator (Bradford and Craven)

  • Ensures that volunteers are well supported in their roles

  • Delivers volunteer activity and produces reports / management information where required

  • Maintains accurate records and confidential files of both supporters and volunteers

  • Works flexibly according to needs of role, including occasional evening and weekend work, for which time in lieu may be taken.

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

Essential Experience
Fundraising in a variety of settings

Volunteer recruitment and management

Setting and meeting targets

Informing and enthusing others

Working effectively with people using all available communication methods

Organising and running events

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

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.

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 is desirable

Knowledge and understanding of the different communities that make up North Yorkshire
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
Flexibility with hours and travel required, occasional evening or weekends

Application deadline: 30/10/2020

Job Types: Full-time, Permanent

Salary: £23,928.00-£26,362.00 per year


  • Flexible schedule


Apply Here

Lettings Negotiator



Homes4harrogate is a fast growing, exciting new letting agent in Harrogate. We are rapidly establishing ourselves as a leading agent having been nominated for, and won, numerous awards including Best Single Lettings 2019 and 2020 in the Yorkshire and Humber Region.

We pride ourselves on offering exceptional service with a personal touch which makes us stand out from your average high-street agent.


Joining our small team in Harrogate you will play a key role in the day to day running of the business, working closely with the MD and Property Manager in the office but also managing the office on your own and attending external meetings and viewings.

This is initially a part-time role on 16 - 24 hours a week. There is some flexibility around the working pattern and there will be a requirement for some Saturday work. There is the opportunity for this to become a full-time role as the business grows.



  • Manage photos, floor plans etc and ensure effective marketing of properties

  • Diary management

  • Arrange and carry out accompanied viewings with tenants

  • Manage application forms and references

  • Key management

  • Ensure compliance with relevant legal legislation

  • Respond to Viewing enquiries and pre-qualify viewers

  • Follow up feedback from viewings and inform landlords

  • Help the Property Manager with Maintenance issues raised and co-ordinate works

  • Register deposits with the TDS.

Other duties:

  • General administration (filing, dealing with post, stationary, managing spreadsheets)

  • General cleanliness and tidiness of the office

  • Lunch and holiday cover

  • Email and phone enquiries

  • Ad-hoc projects as required


Above all, good customer service is key. Homes4Harrogate offers a uniquely personal service and you will have an important part to play in that. You will be smart and presentable and able to build a great rapport with tenants and landlords alike; always representing Homes4Harrogate in a professional but friendly way.

In addition you will be:

  • Excited to be working within the property industry

  • Looking to develop your skills and career longer term but be happy managing the day to day administration

  • Happy working in a team but enjoy working on your own

  • Able to remain calm under pressure

  • Able to use your initiative to create more efficient systems and processes

  • Trusted to manage the legal responsibilities (training will be given)



An interest in Property

Intermediate/advance MS Office skills

Customer Service experience and people skills

Full valid driving licence and access to own car

Confidence in and the ability to work alone

Ability to prioritise and manage multiple tasks

Knowledge of Harrogate and the local area


Experience in the property industry

If you feel you have the right attributes for this role, and you have the drive and ambition to excel with us please send your CV and a cover letter explaining why this role interests you and your suitability for the role.   Click Here

All applications will be considered but due to the number of applications we will only be able to respond to those who are shortlisted for interview.

Job Type: Part-time

Salary: £9.00 per hour

Part-time hours: 16-24 per week

Application deadline: 05/11/2020

Job Types: Part-time, Permanent

Salary: £9.00 per hour


  • Monday to Friday

  • Weekends


  • driving (Required)

Vehicle Recovery Driver


Vehicle recovery driver.

Must have 7.5 licence, Class 2 preferred.

Must have Driver cpc

36 hours per week basic plus overtime.

8 Week rolling rota. 4 on 4 off, including nights and weekends

Recovery experience would be an advantage but not essential as full training will be provided .

Basic Mechanical experience preferred.

Main duties will be travelling around the Harrogate area repairing and recovering vehicles.

Due to our call out times applicants must live within 10 miles of Harrogate.

Please do not apply if as a minimum you don't have a 7.5 tonne driving licence

Must be of good character and stable personality.

Job Types: Contract, Permanent


  • 10 hour shift

  • Holidays

  • Monday to Friday

  • Overtime

  • Weekends


  • Harrogate, North Yorkshire (Preferred)


  • DRIVERS CPC (Required)

  • 7.5 class c (Required)

  • CLASS 2 (Preferred)

Work remotely:

  • No

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