Screening & Compliance Administrator Permanent Jobs 2022 Salary £23,000 a year
Screening & Compliance Administrator Permanent Jobs
£23,000 a year
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Screening & Compliance Administrator
Basic Salary: £23,000 + Company Benefits
Location: Edinburgh City Centre & WFH
Lorien Resourcing is looking for an Administrator to join our Pre-Employment Screening Team (PES) in our Edinburgh office on a permanent / full time basis. Lorien Resourcing is one of the most established and successful recruitment business’ in the UK. Turnover figures of £500 million and a 35% growth from the previous year. Boasting very low staff turnover and high staff satisfaction makes Lorien a great place to work. Part of the largest Recruitment practise in the UK and 6th largest in the World means the door is open to long term more diverse future career opportunities within the Impellam Group.
Lorien have a number of clients across the UK were we are engaged with at an RPO, MSP or MV level. These accounts are growing and the number of IT contractors that are on assignment at present that the PES team have to complete reference checks / security checks / right to work documentation / PES packs for is increasing massively meaning we now need to recruit another person to this team to support this growth.
To give you an idea of the volumes – the PES team currently complete approx 300 PES application packs (screening files) per month for clients across the UK. This is looking to increase in the near future with various acquisitions and new client wins.
The role of the PES team is to help with the on-boarding process of all our contractors who are successfully placed with Lorien’s major corporate accounts. This is a very busy role in which time management is essential. You will be supporting some very busy corporate accounts.
Some of the Roles and responsibilities will include:
- Dealing with all the pre-employment screening and procedures for the clients
- Obtain and verify “right to work” documentation to ensure eligibility to work in the UK
- Carry out reference checks for all contractors onsite for our clients
- Updating internal Database
- To produce timely and accurate management reporting upon request
- Liaising with contractors for renewals and raising appropriate documentation
Communication skills are paramount as you will be in constant contact with your colleagues as well as the contractors. We are looking for an extremely organised candidate with good attention to detail. You will be competent with Microsoft Excel and Microsoft Office, however, training will be given on joining the company.
Experience working in a recruitment environment would be preferred for this role – and if you have worked as a PES Administrator / PES Specialist, you will have a distinct advantage, however applications from other similar support / admin / coordination / office environments will also be considered. You need to feel comfortable and confident on the telephone as you will be speaking to contractors and clients on a daily basis.
If you would like the chance to work for Lorien Resourcing apply today!
£30,000 – £42,000 a year
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Salary between £30,000 – £42,000
Are you a Trading Underwriter seeking a new opportunity?
We are currently recruiting for a Trading Underwriter with either property and liability or property and liability and motor trade experience. The role is homebased, however due to client visits, you would need to based in the Southeast.
A bit about the job:
As the Trading Underwriter, you will be aligned to a portfolio of brokers/customers to proactively develop and profitably grow their commercial book of business. To partner with brokers and customers to truly understand their wants and needs, using data insight to ensure we provide whole customer solutions which support these.
Skills and experience we’re looking for:
- To be a great communicator who regularly has meaningful face to face meetings with brokers and/or customers to build their confidence in us and to make Aviva their insurer of choice
- Experience with dealing end to end with brokers/customers book of business
- Comfortable with working towards underwriting licence levels as appropriate to your job grade, including the requirements of the apprenticeship scheme where relevant
- Coach and develop others in the team
- Experience with supporting both lead trading underwriter and underwriting leader in delivering financials
What you’ll get for this role:
- Salary between £30,000 – £42,000 (depending on location, skills, experience, and qualifications)
- Generous pension (starting level Aviva contributes 8% when you contribute 2%)
- Eligibility for annual performance bonus
- Family friendly parental and carer’s leave
- 29 days holiday per year plus bank holidays and the option to buy/sell up to 5 additional days
- Up to 40% discount for Aviva products
- Brilliant flexible benefits including electric cars
- Aviva Matching Share Plan and Save As You Earn scheme
- 21 volunteering hours per year
Aviva is for everyone:
We are inclusive – we want applications from people with diverse backgrounds and experiences.
Excited but not sure you tick every box? Research tells us that women, particularly, feel this way. So, regardless of gender, why not apply. And if you’re in a job share just apply as a pair. We flex locations, hours and working patterns to suit our customers, business, and you.
Most of our people are smart working – spending around 60% of their time in our offices and 40% at home.
To find out more about working at Aviva take a look here
We interview every disabled applicant who meets the minimum criteria for the job. Once you’ve applied, please send us an email stating that you have a disclosed disability, and we’ll interview you.
We’d love it if you could submit your application online. If you require an alternative method of applying, please give Lacey Lane Mckoy a call on 07385425912 or send an email to [email protected]
£36,576 – £42,873 a year
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£36,576 pa – £42,873 pa
36 Hours per week
At Epsom & Ewell, we aspire to deliver high quality services to our residents. We might be small, but we have big plans to serve our population of 80,000 residents. We are investing in our future, increasing strategic capacity, and exploring new ways of working.
The Council has undergone a review of its structure to bring together a range of related disciplines under one Place Making service, including Economic Development, Climate Change, Planning and Countryside services. We are investing in our future, increasing strategic capacity, and exploring new ways of working.
You will be working as part of a team of experienced and committed planners within the service on a range of planning applications including minors and progressing to majors.
You will be working with relevant officers within the Development Management and Planning Policy Services and other relevant officers across Council services on all aspects of development control and spatial planning work, as well as managing a diverse and challenging workload of your own. This includes the more complex and minor major planning applications as you progress within the role, related appeals, enforcement activity and interaction with local plan work.
You will be contributing to the achievement of the Council’s corporate vision, behaviours and priorities and the development of the Council’s positive high performing culture.
With planning experience, you will have achieved or be progressing toward achievement of full membership of the Royal Town Planning Institute (RTPI) and have a recognised degree (or equivalent qualification) and/or significant experience in planning.
In return, we offer excellent office accommodation five minutes’ walk from Epsom railway station, heavily subsidised parking if needed, an attractive salary. You will work with a brilliant team of strong and committed colleagues, benefit from 24 days annual leave (rising to 29 after 5 years’ service), subsidised gym membership, payment of professional fees, entitlement to join the local government pension scheme, and non-contributory life assurance.
To apply, please click on the APPLY ONLINE button provided and complete our application form. We look forward to receiving your application.
Closing date: 30th September 2022
Interviews/ assessments: W/C 10th September 2022
At Epsom & Ewell Borough Council, we are passionate about maintaining an inclusive workplace for all that reflects the communities we serve. We welcome applications from all sections of our community particularly from underrepresented backgrounds, including BAME, LGBTQ+ and those with hidden or visible disabilities. We are committed to ensuring all our staff – regardless of gender, age, religion, sexuality, ethnicity, or disability – can thrive and succeed whilst working with us.
Job Type: Full-time
Salary: £36,576.00-£42,873.00 per year
- Gym membership
- Wellness programme
- Monday to Friday
Work Location: Hybrid remote in EPSOM
Reference ID: PL007
Client Account Executive – Listed & Inbound – London Tax
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Quality is at the heart of what we do. Combining passionate people with leading technology, we work together to build trust in society. We put the team first and solve important problems by challenging the organisations we audit and being open to challenge ourselves. We take pride in our work and the profession, recognising audit as a deep specialism.
Hear from our UK Head of Audit about the evolution of the Audit and what opportunities PwC could have for you.
It’s a really exciting time to be joining us. We’re growing our teams across all areas of our Audit practice and investing a huge amount in our people, their skills and the technology available, as we continue to radically modernise our business and the way we serve our clients.
Learn more about The Future of Audit.
We have approximately 350 Client Account Executives (CAEs) sitting across each of our Lines of Service (Audit, Risk & Tax). The focus of the CAE role is to deliver an efficient, high quality and responsive support service on all client engagements, adding value and maximising time for client staff to focus on engagements. In addition to supporting and driving engagement finances for billing managers the CAE role supports engagement teams with the non judgemental, administrative activities that need to be completed as part of delivering a successful client engagementWhat we’re looking for The role would suit a finance administrator, project co-ordinator or experienced office administrator demonstrating confidence with number, analysis and budgeting. The candidate must also have excellent proven organisational skills, be able to multi-task and have the ability to build strong working relationships.Core responsibilities
Financial administration and analysis: including creating client codes, raising invoices, issuing credit notes, chasing debts, keeping financial trackers updated, running/analysing financial reports, budget preparation and working with key stakeholders in order to meet financial targets.
Attending internal meetings with senior leaders in order to provide insight into their financial metrics and progress against targets, whilst making recommendations to improve metrics.
Coordinating projects with our client facing teams, including our Alternative Delivery Centres.
The ideal applicant will be passionate about the role they play to help us achieve business priorities and provide excellent client service, taking the time to learn about our clients and the services we provide. They will demonstrate drive, flexibility and agility whilst enjoying the demands that come with working in a fast paced environment and exceeding KPIs.
The suitable candidate will also demonstrate leadership qualities to manage their own time and meet personal chargeable hours, whilst also being willing to learn new tasks and taking on new responsibilities. They will also be open to sharing ideas and best practice with colleagues and peers alike.
Essential skills and experience
Proven office work experience.
Work effectively under pressure with excellent organisation skills and ability to prioritise work, especially when there are conflicting demands.
Ability to interpret financial data and produce relevant reports.
Pragmatic in your approach to problem-solving.
Attention to detail and the personal motivation to perform your role to the highest standards.
Strong oral and written communication skills
Always punctual, flexible and responsive in how you approach your work.
This is a full-time role
Opportunity for working from home? Limited
Amount of time client based? 0-10%
Need to travel/overnight stays away from home? Some
Opportunity for flexible working (hours)? Limited
Amount of time PwC office based? 90-100%
Must be willing to travel to other offices both within the Region and outside as necessary.
Academic or professional qualifications needed
English and Maths GCSE at grades A to C (or equivalent).
Microsoft office suite experience is valued.
A degree is not essential for this role.
No professional qualifications are needed for this role
Training and development
Our training and development approach broadens and deepens your knowledge, and is focussed on the learning experience you get in doing the role (70%), learning from others around you (20%) and formal training courses (10%). We call this 70-20-10. That means you’ll learn most from an outstanding variety of client work.
The skills we look for in future employees
All our people need to demonstrate the skills and behaviours that support us in delivering our business strategy. This is important to the work we do for our business, and our clients. These skills and behaviours make up our global leadership framework, ‘The PwC Professional’ and are made up of five core attributes; whole leadership, technical & digital, business acumen, global & Inclusive and relationships.
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We work in a changing world which offers great opportunities for people with diverse backgrounds and experiences. We seek to attract and employ the best people from the widest talent pool, as well as those who reflect the diverse nature of our society. And we aim to encourage a culture where people can be themselves and be valued for their strengths. Creating value through diversity is what makes us strong as a business and as an organisation with an increasingly agile workforce, we’re open to flexible working arrangements where appropriate.
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