Why Greencore? We are a leading manufacturer of convenience food in the UK and our purpose is to make every day taste better. We supply all of the major supermarkets in the UK. We also supply convenience and travel retail outlets, discounters, coffee shops, foodservice and other retailers. We have strong market positions in a range of categories including sandwiches, salads, sushi, chilled snacking, chilled ready meals, chilled soups and sauces, chilled quiche, ambient sauces and pickles, and frozen Yorkshire Puddings. In FY22 we manufactured 795m sandwiches and other food to go products, 127m chilled prepared meals, and 249m bottles of cooking sauces, pickles and condiments. We carry out more than 10,600 direct to store deliveries each day. We have 21 world-class manufacturing units across 16 locations in the UK, with industry-leading technology and supply chain capabilities. We generated revenues of £1.7bn in FY22 and employ approximately 14,000 people. We work hard to ensure that Greencore is a great place to work and our people truly are at the core. We're committed to ensuring all our colleagues have development plans and strive to provide inspiring leadership - in fact, in the past year we've seen an 11% increase in the number of colleagues who would recommend Greencore as a place to work. Why not come join us? We're always looking for passionate and talented people who can help us drive our future success. To see how you can grow your career with Greencore, visit our careers website https:// and find your future in food. For further information go to www.greencore.com or follow Greencore on social media. What you'll be doing As an IT Project Manager you'll be working within a fast-paced delivery team to manage a range IT projects of varying complexities and differing technologies. You'll be responsible for all aspects of project scope and budget, project governance, resource management and stakeholder engagement. As such, you'll be working across a number of teams within IT and across the wider organisation, with opportunities to try new things, enhance our delivery methods and contribute to a culture of continual improvement. You'll get: Experience working in an established but growing delivery team, in an environment that is fast-paced and demanding.Experience working within multiple project delivery methodologies and across a range of IT projects: infrastructure, applications, bespoke software and SaaS.Exposure to business teams and stakeholders across the whole organisation.Full responsibility for your projects and autonomy to work within our delivery frameworks.Freedom and opportunity to test out new methods, try new things and contribute to our continual improvement agenda.Flexibility of working pattern and location: we have a policy of 'core hours' with flexibility outside of those and offer a balance of on-site and working from home.Support to grow, learn, improve, and progress your career at Greencore. What we're looking for Smart, enthusiastic, high-performing individuals with a strong track record in IT delivery.A great communicator with the positivity and perseverance to get stuck in, solve problems and to see projects through to the end.Capability to manage several projects at one time, handling conflicting priorities in a fast-paced, ever-changing environment.Ideally, good experience of different delivery methodologies (e.g. waterfall, Agile etc.) but, more importantly, a willingness to learn, self-improve and to contribute to the lifeblood of the delivery team and Greencore IT as a whole. If this sounds like you,?join us and?grow with Greencore, and be a part of driving our future success.
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Director of Governance Hours; Part time (3 days per week, all year round) Duration; Permanent Salary; £70,000 - £75,000 FTE per annum + benefits Location; Hybrid Role – Predominantly remote working with occasional attendance onsite as and when required About the Role The Director of Governance is a Senior Postholder to the RNN Group College Board with a central role to perform ensuring effective governance of the College Group. In this role you will be responsible to the Board with a central role in ensuring that its proceedings are conducted in accordance with the provisions of the Instrument and Articles of Government, rules and regulations made under the Articles, the relevant Education Acts (as modified or replaced from time to time) and the general law. You will… You will have a strong understanding and significant experience of corporate governance, with the ability to contribute strategically to the development of the College in its intention to become `outstanding’. You must have experience of providing authoritative advice and advocacy within the area of governance, have strong written and oral communication skills and the confidence to challenge others and knowledge of current developments in FE and charity governance. You will have a relevant degree and/or professional qualification (i.e. e.g. The Chartered Governance Institute) and Chartered Secretary status or holder of a similar, relevant qualification and a Level 2 (or equivalent) qualification in English and Maths. Department Info The role of Director of Governance is accountable to the Board, through the Chair, on all matters relating to the duties as an officer of the Board and supports the Board and its members in evaluating their effectiveness and gives advice on developments within the sector. Our excellent benefits and rewards package: Access to local government pension schemeUp to 50 days annual leave per year (prorata for part time workers) including closure during Christmas periodAccess to our gyms, restaurants and salonsStaff health & wellbeing and benefits schemes including inhouse Occupational Health serviceFull, part time and flexible working hours available in many rolesParking available at all of our sitesFantastic career development opportunities including funding for teacher training, apprenticeships and various other industry recognised qualifications What is the RNN Group? RNN Group’s main goal is to be an ‘outstanding’ education and training provider and this is at the heart of everything that we do. To help us achieve this we are looking to recruit highly motivated, innovative and dynamic individuals to join our existing teams. To be a part of the team at RNN Group we will expect you to be committed to our values too; We are Inclusive,We have Integrity,We Deliver,We are One Team. We are OFSTED ‘Good’ (November 2022) We celebrate diversity and are proud to have been recognised as Investors in Diversity for our work on Equality, Diversity and Inclusion. This means that you’d be working in a supportive environment that encourages, recognises and celebrates effort, achievement and cooperative attitudes. We welcome applications from everyone regardless of age, gender, ethnicity, sexuality, faith or disability. We are also proud to be part of the Disability Confidence Scheme. We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, vulnerable adults and young people. All new employees will be required undertake a DBS check and other associated checks in line with Keeping Children Safe in Education Guidance. All candidates must have the legal right to work in the UK. Closing date: Monday 26 February 2024 at 12:00 Noon – if you are shortlisted for this post you will be contacted within a week of the closing date. If you require further information about this vacancy please contact the HR department on or email@example.com
read moreAre you an experienced and qualified Children's Service Manager who has had exposure to fast-paced children's services? Wanting to take the next leap in your career? Look no further! My client in South Yorkshire is hiring for a Service Manager to join their Child Protection service. We are looking for candidates who possesses strategic & operational leadership skills & experience to support team members to deliver & drive service quality forward, so that together we make a real difference to the lives of children and young people. Responsibilities: Deliver and develop services for children, young people, families & carers according to financial plans & portfolio and Council priorities.Help the Local Authority meet national targets and initiatives.Develop policy, procedure & standards to provide excellent services & align with local and national priorities.Represent the service and partner with other agencies on new projects & initiatives to improve outcomes.Represent the Local Authority on regional and strategic groups.Maintain professional knowledge of national initiatives from bodies such as the DoH and DfE.Assist with preparing briefings and reports.Deploy staff resources effectively to achieve service delivery requirements, comply with procedures, national standards & best practice.Ensure a creative approach to the recruitment and retention of foster carers & adopters.Ensure the achievement of requirements & actions for inspections and reviews.Ensure emergency cover and decision making with other Service Managers 24/7.Lead on the achievement of KPIs through service planning.Supervise, lead, guide & manage Senior Managers & others in the team.Lead on HR procedures for direct reports & other staff in service area.Ensure effective performance management in service area.Be accountable for quality of work & record keeping of case files.Review complex or high risk escalated cases.Make decisions on meeting the standards of inspection regimes such as Ofsted, DfE, Annual Performance Assessment & Joint Area Review.Draft and monitor & be accountable for service area budget. Requirements for the role: Degree or Diploma in Social Work, CQSW, CSS or equivalent.SWE registration.Recognised management qualification or evidence of significant management training & experience.DBS or ability to pass DBS check.Knowledge of key national targets & initiatives.In depth knowledge of relevant legislation, best practice and guidance.Understanding of quality assurance & how to implement quality assurance frameworks.Significant management experience in a Children & Families setting.Budget management experience.People management experience.Experience of working effectively under pressure, ensuring that business critical deadlines & statutory timescales are adhered to.Experience of strategic planning & performance management. Benefits: 26 days annual leave (plus bank holidays) rising to 31 days.Flexible working.Employee assistance programme.Employee events.Access to the Local Government Pension Scheme.Cycle to work scheme.Reduced rate private health cover.Special offers/discounts with retailers, gyms, technology & public transport. If you match the above requirements & have experience in the above role and want to join a dedicated group of professionals to help improve children’s lives then we would love to hear from you, so please submit your application today!
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