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An innovative and forward-thinking company within the financial sector is looking for an Audit Associate to join their welcoming team. The company works with businesses on their accounting, consulting and technology needs. They have a fantastic culture with great support and professional development.

OVERVIEW

As an Audit Associate, you will be responsible for the delivery of client work while leading team members and managing relationships with clients.

RESPONSIBILITIES

As an Audit Associate your key duties will include:

  • Acting as the first point of contact for clients on a day-to-day basis
  • Assisting in the planning, execution and finalisation of all areas of the audit assignment, providing solutions and seeking input for areas of concern and judgement
  • Identifying additional sales opportunities with Business Development skills
  • Monitoring progress against budget, and when the actual differs from the budget then gain a full understanding
  • Influencing, changing and shaping the direction of a particular activity, either internally and/or externally
  • Coaching junior members of staff through sharing experience and knowledge
  • Providing training for developing auditing skills and familiarity with the audit methodology
  • Participating in office, service line and firm-wide activities

REQUIREMENTS

To be considered for the role of Audit Associate, you must have:

  • ACA/ACCA/CA qualification
  • Significant auditing and accounting experience (ideally UK GAAP)
  • Knowledge of Microsoft Office, especially Excel
  • A keenness to further your own personal development and career goals

NEXT STEPS

To become an Audit Associate, apply with your up to date CV. One of our team will receive and review your application. If shortlisted, we will get in touch with you to arrange a phone call. On the call, we’ll discuss your career history, skills, future aspirations and generally get to know you better.

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Location: Cheltenham
Job type: Permanent
Emp type: Full-time
Salary: Negotiable

As a Technical Trainer, you will have a strong background in a technical training role and experience in delivering high value, short-medium term projects. You will be responsible for compiling a comprehensive suite of training material that will be used by customers and internal support teams.

 

RESPONSIBILITIES 

 

As a Technical Trainer your key duties will include: 

  • Taking complex technical concepts and simplifying them in to training content or product guides
  • Researching business requirements
  • Delivering training remotely
  • Teaching one-on-one and presenting to large groups

REQUIRED SKILLS & EXPERIENCE 

 

To be considered for the role of Technical Trainer, you must have the following experience: 

  • Be certified as a technical trainer
  • Delivering against short term training contracts
  • Technical Writing & Illustration for both internal and external users
  • Instructional Material Creation
  • Technical Training (including train the trainer approach)
  • Detailed technical knowledge including Software Installation & Configuration
  • Web-based Training
  • Experience of E-Learning protocols
  • Testing & Quality Assurance
  • Instructional Material Creation
  • Systems Diagnostic & Troubleshooting
  • Skills evaluation and remedy

NEXT STEPS 

 

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Location: Oxford, United Kingdom
Job type: Contract
Emp type: Full-time
Pay rate from: GBP £400.00
Pay rate to: GBP £400.00

As a Continuous Improvement Manager, you will be leading a new team, committed to delivering both incremental and breakthrough improvements in products, services, and processes. You will work cohesively with Customer Service, Product and Operations teams to develop, and deliver a plan for continuous improvement.

BENEFITS 

 

You can enjoy an excellent work-life balance with some great flexible working options as well as 28 days holiday (plus public holidays) and if that’s not enough, you can buy additional holidays too! They also offer season ticket loans and the cycle to work scheme 

 

RESPONSIBILITIES 

 

As a Continuous Improvement Manager your key duties will include:

  • Helping to build and lead a best-in-class continuous improvement strategy/framework
  • Working with key business stakeholders to build a continuous improvement environment to support an ongoing programme of change
  • Leading and facilitating LEAN/process improvement-based workshops to drive ideas and solutions around CX, revenue enablement and operational efficiency
  • Overseeing voice of customer programme to deliver meaningful insights into product and process development
  • Taking ownership of change initiatives from evolution/efficiency identification through to project delivery via internal governance and control
  • Driving process change using staff interviews, document analysis, requirements workshops, surveys, site visits, business process descriptions, business analysis and workflow analysis
  • Monitoring project risks to foresee/identify potential problems and proactively identify solutions to address in advance
  • Completing post-implementation reviews to ensure successful delivery has been achieved and to ensure that improvements can be made for future projects

 

REQUIRED SKILLS & EXPERIENCE 

 

To be considered for the role of Continuous Improvement Manager, you must have:

  • Experience delivering continuous improvement programmes of a technical nature
  • Experience delivering change through automation (RPA)
  • Lean Six Sigma Green Belt or above (preferred)
  • Excellent understanding of continuous improvement concepts including Kaisen, Six Sigma, Lean, value stream mapping
  • Experience in continuous improvement leadership including project management and business analysis
  • Experience in leading and mentoring teams
  • Experience of the whole project life cycle, able to operate in the initial conceptual design stage, in the depths of system testing, and at each stage in between
  • Experience analysing and auditing performance reports
  • Experience of management of risk, governance and regulatory compliance

NEXT STEPS 

 

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Location: Oxford, United Kingdom
Job type: Permanent
Emp type: Full-time
Salary from: GBP £50,000.00
Salary to: GBP £50,000.00

A thriving company within the banking sector is looking for an Underwriter to join their fast-paced, exciting team. The company is FTSE 250 listed and are registered on the London Stock Exchange. They offer great work-life balance with a fantastic benefits package including a minimum of 25 days annual leave, private medical care and discount schemes.

OVERVIEW

As an Underwriter, you will be responsible for building and sustaining relationships with our customers and dealers. You will also be handling the sales support/underwriting and ensuring the business taken on is within the set parameter.

RESPONSIBILITIES

As an Underwriter your key duties will include:

  • Processing customer proposals and underwriting them
  • Liaising with external parties regarding the outcome/decisions of a proposal
  • Negotiating with dealers the figures and requirements to make the deal acceptable
  • Processing documents received that need to be paid out
  • Calculating of dealer commission
  • Adhering to requirements of set procedures along with certain database checks for items that may occur when underwriting e.g. CIFAS (UK Fraud Prevention Service)
  • Collecting and negotiating fees that have accrued on customer accounts
  • Operation of the proposal system with clear notes and rationale that is to company standard and audit process

REQUIREMENTS

To be considered for the role of Underwriter, you must have:

  • Previous experience in a customer-focused environment
  • Experience working within a structured process
  • Excellent IT Skills (MS Word, Excel and Outlook)

NEXT STEPS

To become an Underwriter, apply with your up to date CV. One of our team will receive and review your application. If shortlisted. we will get in touch with you to arrange a phone call. On the call, well discuss your career history, skills, future aspirations and generally get to know you better.

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Location: Sevenoaks
Job type: Permanent
Emp type: Full-time
Salary: Negotiable

A worldwide distributor of products, services and supplies for the healthcare sector is looking for a Customer Experience Co-Ordinator to join their supportive team.

ABOUT THE ROLE

As a Customer Experience Co-Ordinator, you will be tracking all points of customer engagement, addressing customer queries, and identifying ways to improve customer services.

BENEIFTS

You would be working within a caring organisation that offers lifelong learning and career progression, plus a broad array of other benefits.

RESPONSIBILITIES

As a Customer Experience Co-Ordinator your key duties will include:

  • Tracking customer experiences across all touchpoints
  • Collaborating with all key areas and stakeholder to enhance customer services and brand awareness
  • Aligning customer experience strategies with VOC feedback, as well as informing customers about new product features and functionalities because of continuous service improvement initiatives
  • Identifying customer needs and taking proactive steps to maintain positive experiences
  • Responding to customer queries and complaints via phone, email, social media, or chat applications
  • Analysing customer feedback on voice of the customer feedback product ranges and new releases as well as preparing reports
  • Performing product tests, evaluating after-sales and support services, and facilitating improvements
  • Analysing performance of teams activities and resolutions, identify problem areas and work with the Service Manager to devise and implement solutions to enhance quality and prevent future problems

REQUIRED SKILLS & EXPERIENCE

To be considered for the role of Customer Experience Co-Ordinator, you must have:

  • 5+ years' experience as a customer experience specialist or similar role
  • Extensive experience in gathering and interpreting customer experience information
  • Solid knowledge of online customer engagement platforms
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office and CRM software
  • Exceptional interpersonal skills and a client-centred approach

NEXT STEPS

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Location: Cardiff
Job type: Permanent
Emp type: Full-time
Salary from: GBP £24,000.00
Salary to: GBP £25,000.00

An industrial manufacturer is looking for a Test Equipment Software Engineer to join their team in Gloucestershire. The innovative company produces and implements a wide variety of products for a number of interesting markets.

ABOUT THE ROLE

As a Test Equipment Software Engineer, you will be responsible for the development of application specific software solutions for integration into complex Test Equipment Systems. The software solutions will include development of code to perform closed loop control, data acquisition, data analysis and hardware control across a variety of hardware platforms.

BENEFITS

You will have great job satisfaction within a brilliant company culture who offers flexible working hours with an early finish on a Friday. Other benefits include life insurance, contributory pension scheme, private healthcare, profit share PLUS a flexible benefits package which means you have the option to enrol in additional benefits such as 5 days additional holiday, dental insurance, travel insurance and much more!

RESPONSIBILITIES

As a Test Equipment Software Engineer your key duties will include:

  • Providing Technical Review for the release of software solutions
  • Developing and integrating Software Solutions
  • Assisting the Test Equipment Manager/Project Engineer with the definition of software solutions in the creation of detailed Test Equipment Proposals
  • Preparing and releasing software documentation in support of the Test Equipment Common Development Process
  • Maintaining and releasing Software Documentation during maintenance or upgrade activities
  • Supporting Root Cause investigations into all aspects of the Test Equipment System and/or components
  • Supporting the Test Equipment Manager and Senior Software Engineer with strategies for obsolescence management, and identification of appropriate software tools and supporting hardware
  • Supporting internal and external Quality Audits of deployed software solutions

REQUIRED SKILLS & EXPERIENCE

To be considered for the role of Test Equipment Software Engineer, you must have:

  • A bachelor’s degree in a relevant Engineering subject (Software, Electronics, Mechatronics)
  • 5+ years’ experience in the development of software solutions for multi-axis, closed loop, servo-hydraulic and electromechanical Test Systems
  • 4+ yearsexperience in using various NI tools such as LabVIEW and Veristand
  • Familiarity with various NI toolkits and add-on modules LabVIEW, LabVIEW RT\FPGA, VeriStand proficiency
  • Experience creating software solutions using Visual Basic, C, C++, C#, Python, Java or Delphi on standard PCs or embedded systems

It would be advantageous if you also had:

  • Knowledge of digital and analogue electronics
  • Experience in one or more of the following: dSpace, LabView, DOORS, JIRA, MatLab and SubVersion

NEXT STEPS

If youre interested in becoming a Test Equipment Software Engineer, apply today with your current CV. Our team will review your application to see if it’s a match and get in touch to learn more about you. If you aren't contacted within 7 days, please assume your application was not selected.

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Location: Gloucestershire
Job type: Permanent
Emp type: Full-time
Salary from: GBP £45,000.00
Salary to: GBP £45,000.00

An industrial manufacturer is looking for a Test Equipment Software Engineer to join their team in Wolverhampton. The innovative company produces and implements a wide variety of products for a number of interesting markets.

ABOUT THE ROLE

As a Test Equipment Software Engineer, you will be responsible for the development of application specific software solutions for integration into complex Test Equipment Systems. The software solutions will include development of code to perform closed loop control, data acquisition, data analysis and hardware control across a variety of hardware platforms.

BENEFITS

You will have great job satisfaction within a brilliant company culture who offers flexible working hours with an early finish on a Friday. Other benefits include life insurance, contributory pension scheme, private healthcare, profit share PLUS a flexible benefits package which means you have the option to enrol in additional benefits such as 5 days additional holiday, dental insurance, travel insurance and much more!

RESPONSIBILITIES

As a Test Equipment Software Engineer your key duties will include:

  • Providing Technical Review for the release of software solutions
  • Developing and integrating Software Solutions
  • Assisting the Test Equipment Manager/Project Engineer with the definition of software solutions in the creation of detailed Test Equipment Proposals
  • Preparing and releasing software documentation in support of the Test Equipment Common Development Process
  • Maintaining and releasing Software Documentation during maintenance or upgrade activities
  • Supporting Root Cause investigations into all aspects of the Test Equipment System and/or components
  • Supporting the Test Equipment Manager and Senior Software Engineer with strategies for obsolescence management, and identification of appropriate software tools and supporting hardware
  • Supporting internal and external Quality Audits of deployed software solutions

REQUIRED SKILLS & EXPERIENCE

To be considered for the role of Test Equipment Software Engineer, you must have:

  • A bachelor’s degree in a relevant Engineering subject (Software, Electronics, Mechatronics)
  • 5+ years’ experience in the development of software solutions for multi-axis, closed loop, servo-hydraulic and electromechanical Test Systems
  • 4+ yearsexperience in using various NI tools such as LabVIEW and Veristand
  • Familiarity with various NI toolkits and add-on modules LabVIEW, LabVIEW RT\FPGA, VeriStand proficiency
  • Experience creating software solutions using Visual Basic, C, C++, C#, Python, Java or Delphi on standard PCs or embedded systems

It would be advantageous if you also had:

  • Knowledge of digital and analogue electronics
  • Experience in one or more of the following: dSpace, LabView, DOORS, JIRA, MatLab and SubVersion

NEXT STEPS

If youre interested in becoming a Test Equipment Software Engineer, apply today with your current CV. Our team will review your application to see if it’s a match and get in touch to learn more about you. If you aren't contacted within 7 days, please assume your application was not selected.

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Location: Wolverhampton
Job type: Permanent
Emp type: Full-time
Salary from: GBP £45,000.00
Salary to: GBP £45,000.00

An industrial manufacturer is looking for a HR Manager to join their team in Wolverhampton. The innovative company produces and implements a wide variety of products for a number of interesting markets.

ABOUT THE ROLE

As a HR Manager, you will work closely with the Strategic HR Business Partner to deliver professional HR advice and support to managers and employees. Acting as a true generalist, the HR Manager inputs into continuous improvement and supports change within the organisation. Travel across UK sites will be required.

BENEFITS

You will have great job satisfaction within a brilliant company culture who offers flexible working hours with an early finish on a Friday. Other benefits include life insurance, contributory pension scheme, private healthcare, profit share PLUS a flexible benefits package which means you have the option to enrol in additional benefits such as 5 days additional holiday, dental insurance, travel insurance and much more!

RESPONSIBILITIES

As a HR Manager your key duties will include:

  • Providing professional, commercially focused advice, coaching and support to managers and staff at a range of levels on general HR issues
  • Managing complex employee relations issues, including dispute resolutions, disciplinary, grievance, performance and absence management, redundancy and retirement
  • Advising managers in HR and employment related policies and best practice
  • Participating in key operations meetings and advising management of the employee relations impact of operating decisions
  • Identifying improvement opportunities across the employee lifecycle and contributing to the continuous improvement of HR policies and procedures
  • Supporting the site Operations Team and Departmental Leads to deliver effective performance management, change management and restructuring programmes
  • Supporting effective formal and informal management communications across the site in line with site practices
  • Overseeing the new starter induction process and ensuring this is fit for purpose

REQUIRED SKILLS & EXPERIENCE

To be considered for the role of HR Manager, you must have:

  • Level 7 CIPD
  • Degree in HR or related field is desirable but not essential
  • Experience in providing generalist HR advice and managing complex employee relations
  • A proven track record in advising and coaching managers in HR matters
  • Solid knowledge of employment law, compliance and regulatory requirements
  • Ability to form strong working relationships and to influence managers at all levels

NEXT STEPS

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Location: Wolverhampton
Job type: Permanent
Emp type: Full-time
Salary: Negotiable

An industrial manufacturer is looking for a Graduate Electronic Design Engineer to join their team in Gloucestershire. The innovative company produces and implements a wide variety of products for a number of interesting markets.

ABOUT THE ROLE

As a Graduate Electronic Design Engineer, you will be helping with the development of application specific electronic and electrical solutions, from concept to detailed design, for integration into complex Test Equipment Systems.

BENEFITS

You will have great job satisfaction within a brilliant company culture who offers flexible working hours with an early finish on a Friday. Other benefits include life insurance, contributory pension scheme, private healthcare, profit share PLUS a flexible benefits package which means you have the option to enrol in additional benefits such as 5 days additional holiday, dental insurance, travel insurance and much more!

RESPONSIBILITIES

As a Graduate Electronic Design Engineer your key duties will include:

  • Supporting Technical Review for the deployment of electronic/electrical solutions
  • Assisting with the definition, development, integration, validation/verification and release of Electronic and Electrical Solutions
  • Attending daily meetings with the team to brainstorm around architecture
  • Applying knowledge of safety and industry standards and guidelines in the design and integration of electronic and electrical solutions into Test Equipment Systems
  • Applying knowledge of top-level architecture, requirements definition, concept, design, verification & validation methods and final release for Test Systems
  • Assisting the Test Equipment Design Manager with the definition of electronic/ electrical solutions
  • Preparing and releasing documentation in support of the Test Equipment Common Development Process
  • Maintaining and releasing Documentation during maintenance or upgrade activities
  • Supporting Root Cause investigations into all aspects of the Test Equipment System
  • Identifying appropriate training courses to maintain electronic/electrical capabilities
  • Ensuring all Health & Safety practices are followed, and any new issues raised
  • Supporting internal and external Quality Audits
  • Participating in 5S activities

REQUIRED SKILLS & EXPERIENCE

To be considered for the role of Graduate Electronic Design Engineer, you must have:

  • Bachelor’s degree in a relevant Electronic/Electrical subject area
  • Proficiency in Microsoft applications including Excel, Word, VISO and Project
  • Knowledge of PC operating platforms (DOS/ Windows/ Microsoft Environments) and Low-Level Programming (C++, Visual Basic)
  • Knowledge of Electronic/Electrical solutions for multi-axis, closed loop, servo-hydraulic and electromechanical Test Systems
  • Knowledge of analogue and digital electronics design, particularly with application to closed loop control and transducer conditioning
  • Knowledge of diagnostic equipment to fault find electronic and electrical issues from first principles
  • Ability to obtain UK Security Clearance

NEXT STEPS

If you’re interested in becoming a Graduate Electronic Design Engineer, apply today with your current CV. Our team will review your application to see if it’s a match and get in touch to learn more about you. If you aren't contacted within 7 days, please assume your application was not selected.

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Location: Gloucestershire
Job type: Permanent
Emp type: Full-time
Salary from: GBP £27,500.00
Salary to: GBP £27,500.00

An industrial manufacturer is looking for an Associate Electronic Design Engineer to join their team in Gloucestershire. The innovative company produces and implements a wide variety of products for a number of interesting markets.

ABOUT THE ROLE

As an Associate Electronic Design Engineer, you will be helping with the development of application specific electronic and electrical solutions, from concept to detailed design, for integration into complex Test Equipment Systems.

BENEFITS

You will have great job satisfaction within a brilliant company culture who offers flexible working hours with an early finish on a Friday. Other benefits include life insurance, contributory pension scheme, private healthcare, profit share PLUS a flexible benefits package which means you have the option to enrol in additional benefits such as 5 days additional holiday, dental insurance, travel insurance and much more!

RESPONSIBILITIES

As an Associate Electronic Design Engineer your key duties will include:

  • Supporting Technical Review for the deployment of electronic/electrical solutions
  • Assisting with the definition, development, integration, validation/verification and release of Electronic and Electrical Solutions
  • Attending daily meetings with the team to brainstorm around architecture
  • Applying knowledge of safety and industry standards and guidelines in the design and integration of electronic and electrical solutions into Test Equipment Systems
  • Applying knowledge of top-level architecture, requirements definition, concept, design, verification & validation methods and final release for Test Systems
  • Assisting the Test Equipment Design Manager with the definition of electronic/ electrical solutions
  • Preparing and releasing documentation in support of the Test Equipment Common Development Process
  • Maintaining and releasing Documentation during maintenance or upgrade activities
  • Supporting Root Cause investigations into all aspects of the Test Equipment System
  • Identifying appropriate training courses to maintain electronic/electrical capabilities
  • Ensuring all Health & Safety practices are followed, and any new issues raised
  • Supporting internal and external Quality Audits
  • Participating in 5S activities

REQUIRED SKILLS & EXPERIENCE

To be considered for the role of Associate Electronic Design Engineer, you must have:

  • Bachelor’s degree in a relevant Electronic/Electrical subject area
  • 6-12 months experience in the development of Electronic/Electrical solutions for multi-axis, closed loop, servo-hydraulic and electromechanical Test Systems
  • Proficiency in Microsoft applications including Excel, Word, VISO and Project
  • Knowledge of PC operating platforms (DOS/ Windows/ Microsoft Environments) and Low-Level Programming (C++, Visual Basic)
  • Knowledge of analogue and digital electronics design, particularly with application to closed loop control and transducer conditioning
  • Knowledge of diagnostic equipment to fault find electronic and electrical issues from first principles
  • Ability to obtain UK Security Clearance

NEXT STEPS

If you’re interested in becoming an Associate Electronic Design Engineer, apply today with your current CV. Our team will review your application to see if it’s a match and get in touch to learn more about you. If you aren't contacted within 7 days, please assume your application was not selected.

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ASSOCIATE ELECTRONIC DESIGN ENGINEER

An industrial manufacturer is looking for an Associate Electronic Design Engineer to join their team in Gloucestershire. The innovative company produces and implements a wide variety of products for a number of interesting markets.

ABOUT THE ROLE

As an Associate Electronic Design Engineer, you will be helping with the development of application specific electronic and electrical solutions, from concept to detailed design, for integration into complex Test Equipment Systems.

BENEFITS

You will have great job satisfaction within a brilliant company culture who offers flexible working hours with an early finish on a Friday. Other benefits include life insurance, contributory pension scheme, private healthcare, profit share PLUS a flexible benefits package which means you have the option to enrol in additional benefits such as 5 days additional holiday, dental insurance, travel insurance and much more!

RESPONSIBILITIES

As an Associate Electronic Design Engineer your key duties will include:

  • Supporting Technical Review for the deployment of electronic/electrical solutions
  • Assisting with the definition, development, integration, validation/verification and release of Electronic and Electrical Solutions
  • Attending daily meetings with the team to brainstorm around architecture
  • Applying knowledge of safety and industry standards and guidelines in the design and integration of electronic and electrical solutions into Test Equipment Systems
  • Applying knowledge of top-level architecture, requirements definition, concept, design, verification & validation methods and final release for Test Systems
  • Assisting the Test Equipment Design Manager with the definition of electronic/ electrical solutions
  • Preparing and releasing documentation in support of the Test Equipment Common Development Process
  • Maintaining and releasing Documentation during maintenance or upgrade activities
  • Supporting Root Cause investigations into all aspects of the Test Equipment System
  • Identifying appropriate training courses to maintain electronic/electrical capabilities
  • Ensuring all Health & Safety practices are followed, and any new issues raised
  • Supporting internal and external Quality Audits
  • Participating in 5S activities

REQUIRED SKILLS & EXPERIENCE

To be considered for the role of Associate Electronic Design Engineer, you must have:

  • Bachelor’s degree in a relevant Electronic/Electrical subject area
  • 6-12 months experience in the development of Electronic/Electrical solutions for multi-axis, closed loop, servo-hydraulic and electromechanical Test Systems
  • Proficiency in Microsoft applications including Excel, Word, VISO and Project
  • Knowledge of PC operating platforms (DOS/ Windows/ Microsoft Environments) and Low-Level Programming (C++, Visual Basic)
  • Knowledge of analogue and digital electronics design, particularly with application to closed loop control and transducer conditioning
  • Knowledge of diagnostic equipment to fault find electronic and electrical issues from first principles
  • Ability to obtain UK Security Clearance

NEXT STEPS

If youre interested in becoming an Associate Electronic Design Engineer, apply today with your current CV. Our team will review your application to see if it’s a match and get in touch to learn more about you. If you aren't contacted within 7 days, please assume your application was not selected.

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Location: Gloucestershire
Job type: Permanent
Emp type: Full-time
Salary from: GBP £27,500.00
Salary to: GBP £35,000.00