Temporary Vacancy

June 10, 2013 in Employment by Tony Wright

Conference and Front of House Stewards required for prestigious event in Manchester in 25th – 27th June. Applicants should have an excellent command of English, be literate and able to communicate and be smart in appearance and able to act on their own initiative.

Experience preferred but not essential and commencing from age 18 upwards. Must be able to travel to central Manchester.

Pay rate is £7.25 ph. Applications by email in the first instance to phil@eventsolutionssecurity.com with CV or relevant experience.

Inspiring Entrepreneurs

June 9, 2013 in Employment by Tony Wright

Up Media

June 9, 2013 in Employment by Tony Wright

Up Media, who are Telesales business based in Manchester City centre.

The company is expanding and are looking to recruit 5 people to join their organisation on a permanent, full time contract.

The role will entail calling business to promote the sale of Google and Facebook advertising space, I do understand that this role requires a certain type of individual but this is a rewarding opportunity to individuals who are “Go Getters”.

Jump Media would prefer customers to have experience of Sales but are willing to offer training to interested customers and to customers who are Wage Incentive Eligible.

Please take a look at the attached Job description (below) for more information, if you have any customers interested in applying for this position please book an interview by calling the Employer Suite on 0161 8330144.
Interviews will be held at the Employer Suite on 05/06/2013, also please refer customers to FTS/163293

Lancashire job centre and tax workers strike

June 9, 2013 in Employment by Tony Wright

Tuesday 4th June 2013

HMRC and Department of Work and Pensions staff will walk out today in a row over cuts to pay, pensions, jobs and working conditions The action is organised by the Public and Commercial Services union and will see 135,000 take industrial action in a series of regional walkouts.

PCS general secretary Mark Serwotka said: “These workers are the backbone of our country’s public services and do not deserve to be treated with contempt by ministers who are refusing to even talk to us about the cuts they are imposing.

 

“Collecting even a fraction of the money we lose through tax dodging by wealthy individuals and organisations would make it impossible for the government to claim it has no choice but to cut billions from the welfare budget for sick, disabled and unemployed people.”

The strikes come as the union is campaigning to stop plans to close all 281 of HMRC’s walk-in tax advice centres in the UK and divert enquiries to job centres.