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Sales Representative, Contact Centre

Sales Representative, Contact Centre
Coca Cola Enterprise

JOB DESCRIPTION

Representative, Sales & Customer Service-80113544-20150408

Do you have a personality with the power to influence and connect?

Can you sustain the pace to keep on growing?

Will you make an impact with your desire to win?

Bring your drive, enthusiasm and passion for targets and we'll provide the opportunity to succeed.

Contact Centre Representative, Peterborough

Permanent, Full Time; Monday to Friday; 9am-5.30pm – No Evenings or Weekends, no cold calling, circa £16,400.00 with bonus based on individual performance

Are you looking for a permanent role in a contact centre, working in a fun and friendly environment? Are you confident and enjoy speaking with people over the telephone?

What you become a part of

Joining Coca-Cola Enterprises (CCE) as Telesales Representative offers you the platform to a rewarding career. At CCE you will enjoy the opportunity to develop your talents and promote products that are loved by millions around the world.

We have opportunities to join our very successful, fun and competitive outbound sales teams. Whilst it is a target driven environment there is no cold calling and we have a real appetite to deliver results through focusing on staff engagement. We have free parking and our modern recently refurbished offices are easily accessible via public transport.

Qualifications

What we expect of you

A passion for sales, with a positive approach to targets within a contact centre environment.
A knack for matching customer’s needs to the benefits of products.
Strong communication and influencing skills, with high energy and resilience.
Good planning and organisational skills and the ability to effectively manage your own time to ensure customers receive regular and consistent contact.
IT Literacy (intermediate level).

If you are interested in these in becoming a part of the Coca Cola teams, please apply, uploading your latest CV.

We believe that equal opportunities mean inclusion, diversity and fair treatment for all.

Primary LocationGB-Central-Peterborough
Schedule Full-time
Closing Date (Period for Applying) - External: 14/07/2015, 11:59:00 PM
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Recruiter Lauren Weston



Associate Director, Diversity & Inclusion

Associate Director, Diversity & Inclusion
Coca Cola Enterprise

JOB DESCRIPTION

Associate Director, Diversity & Inclusion-80116065-20150609

Description

From a secret recipe to a bold idea and very proud traditions, we build the future. Coca-Cola Enterprises (CCE) manufactures, distributes, sells and markets some of the world’s strongest brands in non-alcoholic beverages. We are part of Coca-Cola Enterprises Inc, the leading Western European marketer, distributor, and producer of bottle and can non-alcoholic refreshments and the world’s third-largest independent Coca-Cola bottler. Some of the brands you will find in our portfolio are Coca-Cola®, Fanta®, Powerade®, Glaceau Vitaminwater®, Monster® and Caprisun®.

Leading brands, great people, growth and the reward that comes with it: the raw materials for success are right here. But still, success depends on our skilled management sharing thirst: a thirst for getting more and better from our people and systems, a thirst for pushing limits, and a thirst for the rigour and challenge of a fast moving business.

Do you have a personality with the power to influence and connect?
Can you sustain the pace to keep on growing?
Will you make an impact with your desire to win?

Associate Director, Diversity & Inclusion

Permanent

What you become a part of

Coca-Cola Enterprises is looking for an Associate Director, Diversity and Inclusion, who will manage the delivery of Diversity & inclusion programs and initiatives at Group level, in close cooperation with business leaders, D&I Council members, D&I sponsors across Countries and the HR community, ensuring that we drive an inclusive culture within a diverse workforce. The role will report to the Chief Diversity Officer and Director of Talent Acquisition.


What to expect

- Drive and coordinate D&I programs and initiatives aligned with the Corporate D&I strategy
- Consult with senior leadership teams to support local implementation and delivery, when required
- Collaborate with Talent Acquisition, Talent Management, Learning & Development and Engagement and Wellbeing teams to ensure D&I thinking is embedded into all centres of expertise and ways of working
- Collaborate closely with Corporate Sustainability, Public Affairs and Communication, HR Communications and Human Resources (among others) in order to create a targeted approach in amplifying CCE’s diversity & inclusion initiatives to deliver targeted business results
- Draw upon internal and external D&I data and insights to implement targeted initiatives that support CCE’s business strategy
- Maximise D&I external reputation by ensuring representation and public speaking at external events
- Lead the participation in third-party surveys to drive external reputation (receiving awards)
- Identify global external influencers and stakeholders with which CCE can partner in order to drive initiatives (meetings, conferences, etc.)

Qualifications

What we expect of you

- Bachelor's Degree in Business Management, Communications, Economics, Political Science or other relevant degree or equivalent experience. Master's Degree preferred
- A credible role model and ambassador for inclusion capable of representing the D&I agenda internally and externally
- Experience of working with global and local stakeholder groups (internally and externally) and influencing at the highest level
- Track record of delivering results through successful program design and execution in a client-facing or consulting role
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills
- Comfortable with looking D&I data and insights into action and relevant programs
- English fluency – written and spoken; while knowledge of another European language will be considered a plus

Application

If this role is of interest to you please upload a recent copy of your CV and a member of the Talent Acquisition team will be in touch.

www.cokecce.com/careers

We believe that equal opportunities means inclusion, diversity and fair treatment for all.

Primary LocationGB-South East-Uxbridge
Other LocationsFrance, Norway, Belgie / Belgique, Sweden, Nederland, Luxembourg
Schedule Full-time
Closing Date (Period for Applying) - External: 16/07/2015, 11:59:00 PM
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Access Manager

Access Manager
Royal Shakespeare Company

JOB DESCRIPTION

Putting audiences at the heart of what we do, engaging with the widest number and range of people and enriching the ways they can enjoy and connect with our work is one of the mainstays of the Company’s strategic plan and vision.

The RSC is seeking an Access Manager to work across the organisation to realise this ambition and to lead on the strategic development of the RSC’s Access policy and provision across three main areas – our buildings, staff and artists and audiences and visitors. Our current thinking places a particular emphasis on assisted performances, the development of new audiences and diversifying our workforce.

The postholder will support our ambition to ensure that all our audiences have equal access to our work. They will promote a positive, proactive approach to access across the organisation, working with both internal and external stakeholders to ensure that access provision is embedded in our Equality and Diversity plan and disseminated across the organisation.

A skilful negotiator and passionate advocate for access issues, you will have an ambitious and creative approach to Access, Equality and Diversity issues with a proven ability to influence across a complex organisation. Using your knowledge of relevant target groups both locally and nationally, you will play a key role in the delivery and development of assisted performances across all RSC venues. You should have a thorough and up to date understanding of legislation relating to access provision and have an ability to prioritise and manage a diverse range of projects at the same time.

The closing date for completed applications is 6th July. Please note that first stage interviews for this role will take place on Wednesday 15th and Thursday 16th July.

For a job description and application form, please visit www.rsc.org.uk/about-us/work/vacancies.aspx
e-mail jobs@rsc.org.uk or phone 01789 412625.

We are committed to building a diverse workforce and welcome applications from all individuals.



Project Manager

Project Manager
Skills for Care

JOB DESCRIPTION

Standards, Learning, Qualifications and Apprenticeships

Full time, Permanent
Location: Home based
£41,722.09 per annum
Closing Date: 13th July 2015, 9am

Interview Date: 23rd and 24th July 2015 in London
Skills for Care is the employer-led workforce development body for adult social care in England. We work with employers across England to make sure their people have the right skills and values to deliver high quality care.

Home of the National Skills Academy for Social Care, we offer workforce learning and development support and practical resources from entry level right through to those in leadership and management roles.

By working with employers and sharing best practice, we help raise quality and standards across the whole sector and ensure dignity and respect are at the heart of service delivery.
The purpose of this role is to actively support the organisation to drive forward the ambition around standards, qualifications, learning and apprenticeships and lead on and ensure the successful delivery of specified projects within Skills for Care.

With business acumen the post holder will be responsible for and contribute to the content, quality, development and maintenance of standards, learning, qualifications and apprenticeships that are both current and emerging in the sector.

The post holder will be actively engaging with key stakeholders across the sector to respond to employer needs and help formulate strategic and business solutions for new projects in standards, learning, qualifications and apprenticeships.

The post holder will have experience of cultivating and maintaining relationships with key strategic partners as well as working in a stakeholder environment (representative or membership organisations).

The postholder must be confident in the delivery of information to stakeholders/customers in written and oral form, and through presentations as they will be required to represent Skills for Care at national & regional meetings and at public / external events.

A working knowledge of workforce standards and how they contribute to a competent workforce as well as knowledge of the structures and functions of employment and education sectors and how they are resourced and managed is key to this role.

The postholder will support the Programme Head in national strategic development and contribute to the delivery of the workforce development strategy including deputising where necessary.

If you are interested in this role please visit the website for the full job description.



Programme Head

Programme Head
Skills for Care

JOB DESCRIPTION

Leadership and Management

Full time, Permanent
Location: Home based
£51,413.04 per annum

Closing Date: 14th July 2015, 12Noon

Interview Date: 21st and 23rd July 2015 in London

Skills for Care is the employer-led workforce development body for adult social care in England. We work with employers across England to make sure their people have the right skills and values to deliver high quality care.

Home of the National Skills Academy for Social Care, we offer workforce learning and development support and practical resources from entry level right through to those in leadership and management roles.

By working with employers and sharing best practice, we help raise quality and standards across the whole sector and ensure dignity and respect are at the heart of service delivery.
The role will have specific responsibility for a broad portfolio of Leadership and Management activity. The purpose is to provide the vision, leadership, policy direction and strategic and operational management for all aspects of Leadership and Management work to support the improvement of strategic and operational work force development in the social care sector.

The successful candidate should be a flexible and dynamic thinker across strategic, policy and operational areas in the field of Leadership and Management and will be responsible for the planning, strategic development and delivery of the Leadership and Management strategies in England.

Strong communication and networking skills are essential as the post holder will work closely with key strategic stakeholders and government departments and represent the Adult Social Care sector in terms of developing Leadership and Management policy.

The successful candidate should have in depth knowledge of Leadership and Management issues within adult social care as they will be required to work proactively and collaboratively through the matrix management approach to ensure that Leadership and Management development and issues are given consideration and incorporated appropriately in the development of all other programmes of work in Skills for Care.

The ideal candidate would also have in depth working knowledge of the adult social care and learning and development sectors as well as social care issues and strategic/policy drivers.

If you are interested in this role please visit the website for the full job description.



Locality Manager (Eastern)

Locality Manager (Eastern)
Skills for Care

JOB DESCRIPTION

Locality Manager (Eastern) Hours: Flexible, minimum of 2 day per week up to 5 days per week. Nature of Contract: Permanent Location: Home based, Eastern Region £41,722.09 per annum FTE (pro-rated for part time hours) Closing Date: 20 th July 2015, 12Noon Interview Date: 29 th July 2015 in London Skills for Care is the employer-led workforce development body for adult social care in England. We work with employers across England to make sure their people have the right skills and values to deliver high quality care. Home of the National Skills Academy for Social Care, we offer workforce learning and development support and practical resources from entry level right through to those in leadership and management roles.

By working with employers and sharing best practice, we help raise quality and standards across the whole sector and ensure dignity and respect are at the heart of service delivery. Skills for Care is the employer-led workforce development body for adult social care in England which is a growing sector that currently has around 17,000 employers and a workforce of around 1.5 million workers contributing an estimated £43 billion to the English economy.

In June 2014, we merged with the National Skills Academy, to maximize the impact of our combined knowledge and expertise in the sector. Together, we work with employers and other partners to create a fit for purpose qualifications framework and practical resources to develop the skills, knowledge and leadership of the workforce. Our work helps our sector recruit and retain the right people who have the rights skills at the right time to deliver high quality services to people who need care and support in our communities. As the public face of the Skills for Care, you will deliver our services to a broad spectrum of employers, ensuring that you understand their individual challenges and priorities. This will involve extensive networking, requiring outstanding interpersonal skills, a dynamic personality and proven ability to translate customer requirements into measurable actions. We are looking for confident, capable individuals with experience of social care at operational and managerial levels. Naturally, you should be well versed in workforce development, skilled in presenting and negotiating, and ready to make a significant impact on our engagement with social care employers in the area. If you are interested in this role please visit the website for the full job description.



Locality Manager (Eastern)

Locality Manager (Eastern)
Skills for Care

JOB DESCRIPTION

Locality Manager (Eastern)
Hours: Flexible, minimum of 2 day per week up to 5 days per week.

Nature of Contract: Permanent
Location: Home based, Eastern Region
£41,722.09 per annum FTE (pro-rated for part time hours)
Closing Date: 20th July 2015, 12Noon
Interview Date: 29th July 2015 in London
Skills for Care is the employer-led workforce development body for adult social care in England. We work with employers across England to make sure their people have the right skills and values to deliver high quality care.

Home of the National Skills Academy for Social Care, we offer workforce learning and development support and practical resources from entry level right through to those in leadership and management roles.

By working with employers and sharing best practice, we help raise quality and standards across the whole sector and ensure dignity and respect are at the heart of service delivery.
Skills for Care is the employer-led workforce development body for adult social care in England which is a growing sector that currently has around 17,000 employers and a workforce of around 1.5 million workers contributing an estimated £43 billion to the English economy. In June 2014, we merged with the National Skills Academy, to maximize the impact of our combined knowledge and expertise in the sector.

Together, we work with employers and other partners to create a fit for purpose qualifications framework and practical resources to develop the skills, knowledge and leadership of the workforce. Our work helps our sector recruit and retain the right people who have the rights skills at the right time to deliver high quality services to people who need care and support in our communities.

As the public face of the Skills for Care, you will deliver our services to a broad spectrum of employers, ensuring that you understand their individual challenges and priorities.
This will involve extensive networking, requiring outstanding interpersonal skills, a dynamic personality and proven ability to translate customer requirements into measurable actions.
We are looking for confident, capable individuals with experience of social care at operational and managerial levels. Naturally, you should be well versed in workforce development, skilled in presenting and negotiating, and ready to make a significant impact on our engagement with social care employers in the area.

If you are interested in this role please visit the website for the full job description.



Locality Manager (Eastern)

Locality Manager (Eastern)
Skills for Care

JOB DESCRIPTION

£41,722.09 per annum FTE (prorated for part time hours)

Hours: Flexible, minimum of 2 day per week up to 5 days per week.

Nature of Contract: Permanent
Location: Home based, Eastern Region
£41,722.09 per annum FTE (pro-rated for part time hours)
Closing Date: 20th July 2015, 12Noon
Interview Date: 29th July 2015 in London

Skills for Care is the employer-led workforce development body for adult social care in England. We work with employers across England to make sure their people have the right skills and values to deliver high quality care.

Home of the National Skills Academy for Social Care, we offer workforce learning and development support and practical resources from entry level right through to those in leadership and management roles.

By working with employers and sharing best practice, we help raise quality and standards across the whole sector and ensure dignity and respect are at the heart of service delivery.
Skills for Care is the employer-led workforce development body for adult social care in England which is a growing sector that currently has around 17,000 employers and a workforce of around 1.5 million workers contributing an estimated £43 billion to the English economy. In June 2014, we merged with the National Skills Academy, to maximize the impact of our combined knowledge and expertise in the sector.

Together, we work with employers and other partners to create a fit for purpose qualifications framework and practical resources to develop the skills, knowledge and leadership of the workforce. Our work helps our sector recruit and retain the right people who have the rights skills at the right time to deliver high quality services to people who need care and support in our communities.

As the public face of the Skills for Care, you will deliver our services to a broad spectrum of employers, ensuring that you understand their individual challenges and priorities.
This will involve extensive networking, requiring outstanding interpersonal skills, a dynamic personality and proven ability to translate customer requirements into measurable actions.
We are looking for confident, capable individuals with experience of social care at operational and managerial levels. Naturally, you should be well versed in workforce development, skilled in presenting and negotiating, and ready to make a significant impact on our engagement with social care employers in the area.

If you are interested in this role please visit the website for the full job description.

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Disability Network Sponsorship

SPONSORSHIP
DISABILITY NETWORK

Sponsorship is a great way to support the Disability Network whilst gaining fantastic visibility for your company.

Disability Network Will

LEGACY
WILL AND GIFT

Leaving a legacy for the Disability Network is one of the most valuable and lasting ways you can support us.

Disability Awareness

DISABILITY AWARENESS
PARTNERSHIP

The Disability Awareness partnership provides the business community with the opportunity to gain recognition.

Disability Network Profile

COMPANY PROFILE
MINI WEBSITE

Company profile page gives advertisers a mini website within our niche coverage dedicated to promoting their organisation.

WE ARE DISABILITY NETWORK.

Disability Network Termn and Conditions

TERMS AND CONDITIONS

DISABILITY NETWORK
Disability Network Media Information

MEDIA INFORMATION

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WE'RE JUST LIKE THE REST.
ONLY DIFFERENT.

RECRUITERS.

With commitment to equal opportunities for the disabled community at its core, the Disability Network brings together jobseekers with employers committed to equality in their recruitment practices. We believe everyone should have the right to work. That’s why we’re committed to supporting disadvantaged people into employment and to live more independent lives.

DISABILITY CHAMPION.

The Disability Awareness Partnership provides the business community with the opportunity to gain recognition, showcase their commitment to disability and demonstrate to target candidates. The benefits of the membership include to demonstrate your achievements to your customers, suppliers, employees, shareholders and competitors. The annual membership fee at £2750 and open to both large and small businesses.

BRANDED LOGO.

Links are non-animated advertising which appear at the home pages,
providing a high visibility short-cut straight to your information result or your website. Now only £2100 for 6 months.

FEATURED EMPLOYER.

This is a value added option, allowing advertisers to uniquely position
their organisation’s name at the centre of the home page, with a
dedicated link to your advertised positions or Company Profile. Now only £3000 for 12 months.

COMPANY PROFILE.

Company profile page gives advertisers a mini website within our niche coverage dedicated to promoting their organisation, its opportunities and career development policies to interested candidates. Now only £3600 for 6 months.

NEWSLETTER.

Press releases enable diversity friendly organisations to get their diversity news out, to promote the work their people in the business or organisation are doing, or to announce changes. Cost £750 per E-Shot