Temporary Office Administrator



£11.60 p.h.

Mon – Fri

08:30 – 17:00 (1 hour lunch)

12 weeks ++

We are currently seeking a dynamic and dedicated temporary administrator to join our team, where you will play a pivotal role in supporting our operations. Reporting directly to the Administration Supervisor, we are looking for an Administrator with not only exceptional administrative and IT skills but also a positive attitude and a fervent eagerness to learn. In this role, you will have the opportunity to contribute to our mission while honing your administrative abilities and gaining valuable experience in the agricultural sector. If you are ready to embrace challenges, are an Administrator who thrives in a fast-paced environment, and make a meaningful impact, we encourage you to apply and become an integral part of our team.

Key Temporary Administrator responsibilities:

  • Dealing with purchase orders
  • Monitoring and ordering office supplies 
  • Receiving and signposting visitors on site including the driver’s area 
  • Contact for farm seed deliveries 
  • Understand and contribute to the human consumption (HC) side of the business.  Departmental cover for colleagues during annual leave/absence
  • General office duties including answering phone calls in a professional manner and directing onto the appropriate person

Personal specification Administrator:

  • One year’s experience of working in an administrative role essential
  • Experienced in the use of Microsoft IT software – Outlook, Word, Excel utilising skills into using bespoke systems
  • Experience of Logistics preferred but not essential 
  • Excellent attention to detail 
  • Demonstrates good level of commercial awareness
  • Helpful and keen to learn with the ability to engage with internal and external stakeholders  Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
  • Highly organised and motivated to deliver outstanding administration support 
  • Ability to interact and build positive relationships both internally and externally
  • Good team worker

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Health & Safety Advisor




£DOE + Benefits


Are you a Health & Safety Advisor ready to embark on a dynamic career path where every day brings new challenges and opportunities?  If you have a passion for safety and are eager to make a difference in a variety of industries, we want you!  We are seeking a Health & Safety Advisor to join our diverse team, and yes – trainees with no experience are more than welcome, provided you have a driving licence, and are willing to undergo NEBOSH training.

Working for a well-established, privately owned, provider of health and safety solutions in the East Midlands you will be supported by the Directors and a team of Administrators. There will be a degree of travel to client premises predominantly within the East Midlands area (approximately two hours travel from Boston office) although we do have clients further away and occasional overnights are required.

This is an exciting opportunity for either an experienced H&S Advisor or an eager trainee to join a forward-thinking organisation that values fresh perspectives and encourages continuous improvement.

Key responsibilities Health & Safety Advisor:

To provide a high-quality, proactive health and safety service to our clients, to include:

  • Conducting site safety inspections or audits at client premises and compiling reports on findings
  • Preparing health and safety policies, risk assessments, method statements, safe systems of work, COSHH assessments, etc.
  • Conducting in-depth risk assessments, e.g., fire, or incident investigations and making recommendations
  • Providing telephone and email support to clients
  • Liaising with colleagues, suppliers, enforcing authorities and other stakeholders
  • Reviewing existing, developing new and presenting training courses
  • Assisting your colleagues to help develop, promote and grow our business

Personal specification Health & Safety Advisor:

  • Previous experience in health and safety is an asset, but not mandatory for trainee applicants who must be willing to undertake NEBOSH training
  • Strong communication and interpersonal skills
  • Attention to detail and a proactive approach to problem-solving
  • Ability to work collaboratively with various teams but also on own initiative
  • Computer literate

Company benefits include a competitive salary, 30 days holiday (rising to 35, including bank holidays), pension scheme, health insurance (after 6 months), death in service.

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Graduate Commercial Assistant




£24K (+ bonus, performance related)

We have an exciting opportunity for a Graduate Commercial Assistant to join the growing team of our client who develops and delivers cutting-edge software solutions for UK emergency services and the wider public sector.   If you are a graduate seeking to kick-start your career  this is a great opportunity to join the Commercial Team as their Commercial Associate.  Technical knowledge is not necessary as full support and training will be provided for enthusiastic, outgoing graduates with business acumen and who have a passion for dealing with clients.  

This position of Commercial Assistant would suit a graduate of Business, English/Languages, but we will consider any academic background if the role is of interest to you. It will be a pivotal supporting role in the company, to suit an ambitious, resilient, and motivated individual who will not shy away from a challenge and is excited about the prospect of making a big impact within a small team. 

Key responsibilities Graduate Commercial Assistant:

  • Work alongside the CEO and Commercial Lead to prepare bids and contractual documentation for public procurements.
  • Deliver product presentations and demonstrations.
  • Ad hoc business development activities outside of tendering (social media visibility, developing training and marketing materials, attending exhibitions). 
  • Support and develop relationships with current clients (police officers and other public sector agencies).

Personal specification Graduate Commercial Assistant:

  • Excellent level of written and spoken English.
  • Experience or interest in writing e.g., academic, technical, legal, proposals.
  • Ability to bring ideas and technical information together through fluent English to promote the business.
  • Ability to comprehend complex technical documentation and identify key information within
  • Articulate and confident in communicating/liaising with internal and external teams
  • Able to handle deadline pressures and a diverse workload.
  • Willing to get stuck in and work collaboratively within a small, committed team.
  • Sensitive to the importance of good customer service and building client relationships.
  • Keen to develop professionally and uphold high standards; able to take on and apply constructive feedback.

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Head of Fundraising and Marketing

Head of Fundraising and Marketing – Charity 

£50,000 plus benefits

Broughton, North Lincolnshire

A rare and exciting opportunity has arisen for a strategic minded Fundraising Manager to join our client, on the way to being one of the most well-known dog rescue charities in the UK. Joining at an exciting time in the charity’s history you will have responsibility for the Strategic Lead on the review, development and implementation of the Fundraising and Marketing strategies for the charity, securing the resources required to deliver its strategic objectives, both now and in the future.

You will develop a strategic view of the charity’s fundraising, marketing and community engagement work pulling everything together into a single plan for income generation.  You will also love working with people, taking a lead role in developing and nurturing relationships with a wide group of internal and external stakeholders. 

Specific responsibilities include:

  • Lead the review and implementation of the fundraising and marketing strategies to meet strategic objectives and gain financial sustainability
  • Manage and lead the Fundraising Manager and Marketing Manager to implement and deliver the income and budget requirement.
  • Identify opportunities for growth in existing areas of income generation and identify and develop new opportunities for diversifying income streams, developing business cases for new developments within income generation.
  • Take full responsibility and accountability for the Fundraising income targets and marketing KPI’s working with the Managers to deliver plans, adjust to results and learning with decisive actions and reallocate resources as necessary.
  • Lead the preparation of annual operational plans and budgets, supported by the Fundraising and Marketing Managers, to support the delivery of strategic objectives. 
  • Inspire, build and develop a communicative and positive Team with a positive culture and robust ways of working, encouraging cross function relationships and working environments.
  • Develop and review relevant policies and procedures to ensure safe, effective practice and ensure compliance with all relevant policies and procedures
  • Respond to media enquiries on wide-ranging topics, delivering prompt and appropriate communications.
  • Act as an ambassador for Jerry Green Dog Rescue, including; undertaking speaking engagements, acting as a spokesperson with the media, attending in-house events, networking events and conferences

Required skills and experience

  • Previous Fundraising Management experience from within a charitable of not-for-profit organisation is essential
  • Previous strategic planning and delivering on target experience
  • People management experience
  • Strategic planning with focus on income generation
  • An inspirational leader with the ability to motivate staff to excel as individuals and as a team.
  • Self-motivated and tenacious, with a high level of accuracy and attention to detail.
  • Record of achieving income targets and objectives
  • Financial and budget management
  • Exceptional communication skills 

An exciting and challenging role awaits the successful candidate. Benefits include EAP, Enhanced holidays, Enhanced sick pay and free parking at the central office.

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Chartered Financial Planner

Chartered Financial Planner

Location: London

£70k-£100k+ (Depending on relevant industry experience)

Our client is a multiple award-winning firm and deals with HNW and UHNW individuals providing a range of services from bespoke, discretionary investment management to retirement planning and tax-efficient investing.

They now require an experienced Chartered Financial Advisor / CFP with a minimum of 5 years of experience dealing with complex planning scenarios to join their team.

Key tasks and responsibilities:

– Developing a client base and acting as the main point of contact, focussing on individuals with typically in excess of £1m of investable assets.

– Delivering accurate, well-drafted and compliant advice within agreed timescales and cost budgets.

– Contributing to the continued improvement of the client experience and the firm’s knowledge base.

– Networking at professional events and bringing new clients into the business.

This role requires the following skills and attributes:

– 5 years of experience as a Chartered Financial Advisor

– Experience of dealing with HNW and UHNW individuals

– Ability to work under pressure

– Excellent organisational skills

– APFS Qualified


– Exceptional Company Pension and health care scheme

– Season ticket scheme Cycle to work scheme

– Centrally based offices in the heart of London

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