Thursday, December 31, 2015

Happy 2016

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Happy New Year To All

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Oakham Jobs 31st December 2015

Oakham Jobs 31st December 2015

Aldi - Kettering
£8.15 - £9.75 an hour
Where would our customers be without their friendly smiles and warm, helpful attitude? A queue of customers at the till?...
MyJobGroup Ltd 8:04

£7.36 an hour
Checkout experience would be useful, but more important will be your courteous and helpful manner, good communication skills and desire to give our customers an...

TUI Group: UK - Leicestershire
You will put all customers at the heart of our business and constantly ‘go the extra smile’ by creating unforgettable holiday experiences that make us famous...
TUI Group 14:04

£7.36 an hour
This could involve everything from assisting customers with their enquiries and maintaining an uncluttered environment to replenishing stock and supporting...

Great Northern Hotel - Peterborough PE1
£19,000 a year
Cash handing and banking procedure 2) Dealing with irregular payments 3) Instructing staff in credit policies and facilities 4) Instructing staff in cash...
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Frontline Recruitment Group - Melton Mowbray LE14
£6.70 an hour
The successful candidates must be able to work in a fast paced environment, must be able to get to Old Dalby for all hours as there are *no public transport...
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Industria Personnel Services Ltd - Oakham
£6.70 an hour
We require a number of candidates to work in a busy warehouse in Oakham. This job includes a variety of warehouse duties, packing or order picking.... 15:24

Industria Personnel Services Ltd - Oakham
£6.70 an hour
Packing staff - collating and packing customers orders. If you are looking for light work in the Oakham area, please apply with your CV on line or telephone me... 15:24

The Crown Inn 25 reviews Oakham LE15
Deal with bookings and arrival of customers. Give customers a positive impression of yourself & the. As a member of the front of house team the successful...
National Apprenticeship Service 11:55

£4.46 - £6.70 an hour
Working in a team you will play an active role in providing a positive customer experience and driving sales. Approaching customers that may require assistance...

Country Baskets - Loughborough - Loughborough
General housekeeping of the reception area, ensuring that sufficient stock of forms is available at all times, communicating with head office to order products...
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Hunter's Lodge Retirement Home Ltd - Melton Mowbray LE14
£7.20 - £7.95 an hour
Required licence or certification:. 15 - 20 minutes by car from Nottingham, Loughborough and Leicester. High school or equivalent....
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J D Wetherspoon plc 219 reviews Rockingham
£7 an hour
As a part of our bar team you will have to work hard and engage with customers and keep up as our pubs can get pretty busy in peak times....

Whether it is upselling to customers at the counter to help the branch hit local sales targets or gathering business information that enables further sales...
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Pet Blood Bank - Loughborough
£15,000 a year
As some travel will be required, a full clean driving licence and 2 years driving experience is essential. Required licence or certification:....
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Hunter's Lodge Retirement Home Ltd - Melton Mowbray LE14
£7.50 - £8.50 an hour
The ideal candidate will have at least 2 years experience in care of older people, and preferably in a dementia care environment....
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Country Baskets - Loughborough - Loughborough
Fronting stock on shelves, dealing with customer queries, serving customers using tills, restocking shelves, money handling and general cleaning duties....
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WJ Legal Services - Peterborough
Current driving licence. Required licence or certification:. Own computer with Internet access. We are looking for experienced Phlebotomists to take various...
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Pets At Home - Grantham
Reporting into the Store Manager this is a Part time position where you will be responsible for exceeding our customers' expectations by delivering Pawsitively...

TC Facilities Management - Corby
£6.70 an hour
PLEASE NOTE TELEPHONE APPLICATIONS WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED. You will be cleaning a local supermarket in Oakley Vale, Corby ....

Tom Browns Brasserie - Nottingham NG13
Here at Tom Browns we pride ourselves on excellent service and fantastic food. We are currently recruiting front of house waiting staff, full time and part time...
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An enhanced DBS check will be required. Nurse Plus is recruiting Healthcare Assistants to join our expanding work force for work in local nursing and...

Provident Financial - Grantham
You could be working for yourself as a self-employed Provident Agent in your local area, visiting new and existing customers in their homes to arrange their...

Papa John's Pizza - Loughborough LE11
Working as a Team Member in Papa John's you will be part of the overall Kitchen Team, making sure that our customers always have fantastic customer service and...
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Newbloom Healthcare - Kibworth Harcourt
Communicate professionally and warmly with all visitors to the home including family and friends. Kibworth Court provides residential care for up to 40 elderly...
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LloydsPharmacy 171 reviews Leicester
You will need to have previous pharmacy experience and hold a valid HCA qualification, plus confidence, good customer skills, ability to communicate and...
Celesio UK 20:33

J D Wetherspoon plc 219 reviews Bingham
£7.25 an hour
As a member of our kitchen team, you will be responsible for ensuring all food and associated products are prepared, cooked, served and presented to our high...

Premier Sport - Kettering
PE School Sport Level 2 Certificate. Required licence or certification:. To children throughout Northamptonshire. Multi Skills Level 2 Award....
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Servest 110 reviews Groby
Monday to Friday 2 hours per day, *15:30pm-5:30pm*. School Cleaner needed in Groby Area*. A full DBS check is required and employment is dependent on...
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Great Northern Hotel - Peterborough PE1
£16,500 a year
Guest service is top priority, to create a welcoming atmosphere for restaurant patrons, greeting and saying goodbye to guests and stopping by tables to assure...
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Wednesday, December 30, 2015

The New Year Honours lists 2016, published today, recognise the achievements of a wide range of people across the UK.

The New Year Honours lists 2016, published today, recognise the achievements of a wide range of people across the UK.

In addition to the honours recipients, this year sees 3 new admissions to the Order of Merit. The Order of Merit is awarded to those who have rendered exceptionally meritorious services towards the advancement of the arts, learning, literature and science. 
The award is in the personal gift of the Queen, and is limited to 24 living recipients.

The Queen has admitted Professor The Lord Darzi, for medicine, Professor Dame Ann Dowling for mechanical engineering and Sir James Dyson for his work in industrial design.
Recipients stretch from Cornwall, where Mrs Elizabeth Coot receives a British Empire Medal (BEM) for services to fundraising and to the community in Constantine, right up to the Orkney Islands where Mrs Marny Mowatt receives a BEM for her service to the Orkney Agricultural Show.
In total 1,196 people have received an award:
  • 1,044 candidates have been selected at BEMMBE and OBE level. 329 atBEM, 472 at MBE and 243 at OBE
  • 76% of the recipients are people who have undertaken outstanding work in their communities either in a voluntary or paid capacity
  • There are 578 successful women candidates in the list, representing 48% of the total
  • 5.7% of the successful candidates come from ethnic minority backgrounds
  • 7.5% of the successful candidates consider themselves to have a disability under the Equality Act 2010
  • Carolyn McCall, CEO, EasyJet
  • Natalie Massenet, Founder of Net-A-Porter and CEO, Porter Online Magazine
  • Judith Hackitt, Chair of the Health and Safety Executive
  • Jacqueline Gold, Chief Executive, Ann Summers and Knickerbox
  • Nicola Shaw, CEO, HighSpeed 1
  • Caroline Helen Theobald (Mrs Morse), Founder and Managing Director, Bridge Club Ltd
  • Dr Tracy Long, Founder, Boardroom Review Ltd
  • Lyndy Payne, Founder of the Advertising Agency Register and founding member of the Women in Advertising and Communications London Future Leaders Award, now in its 10th year
  • a damehood for Barbara Windsor for services to charity and to entertainment
  • a damehood for actress, Si├ón Phillips
  • a damehood for Glenys Stacey, Chief Regulator and Chief Executive, Ofqual
  • a damehood for Heather Rabbatts, non-executive Director of the FA and former CEO of Lambeth Council
  • CBE for actress, Imelda Staunton
  • CBE for Yasmin Sheikh, co-founder of the British Community Honours Awards
  • CBE for Annamarie Phelps, voluntary Chair of British Rowing
Local communities
World War 2 commemoration
Ebola campaign
  • a knighthood for Dr Michael Jacobs, Clinical Lead in Infectious Diseases, Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust
  • CBE for Dr Timothy Brooks, Head of Rare and Imported Pathogens Laboratory, Public Health England
  • CBE for Professor Christopher Bulstrode, Emeritus Professor, Green Templeton College, Oxford and Volunteer, Doctors of the World
  • an OBE for Grace Jackson, Sierra Leone Programme Manager, DfID
Well-known names
  • a Companion of Honour to Sir Roy Strong for his outstanding contribution to UK cultural life
  • a knighthood for champion jump jockey, AP McCoy
  • a knighthood for former television journalist, Martyn Lewis, for his service to the voluntary and charitable sector
  • a knighthood for the choreographer, Matthew Bourne
  • CBE for Denis Law for services to football and to charity
  • CBE for Francis Lee for services to football and to charity
  • an OBE for sports commentator, Sue Barker
  • an OBE for singer-songwriter, Damon Albarn
  • an OBE for actor, James Nesbitt
  • an OBE for actor, David Oyelowo
  • an OBE for actor, Idris Elba
  • an OBE for cyclist, Chris Froome
  • an OBE for snooker player, Ronnie O’Sullivan
  • an MBE to sports broadcaster, Jacqui Oatley
  • a knighthood for Clive Cowdery, for services to children and social mobility, who founded the Resolution Foundation in 2005 and personally contributed £20m to the organisation
  • a knighthood for Jack Petchey who has contributed over £100m since he established his Foundation in 1999 which benefits over 500,000 young people each year
  • a knighthood for Norman Stoller who added a further £50m worth of shares from his personal investments into the Stoller Trust in 2014 alone
  • a knighthood for (John) Michael Uren, a major philanthropist in the medical and biotech sectors. Over the past 8 years his foundation has made gifts totalling over £100m.
  • a damehood for Susan Jowett, Chief Executive of the Spencer Academies Trust
  • a knighthood for Steve Lancashire, founder of REAch2, the largest primary academy sponsor in the country
  • a damehood for Professor Margaret Whitehead, Head of Public Health and Policy, Institute of Psychology, Health and Society, University of Liverpool
  • a damehood for Professor Lesley Fallowfield, Director, Sussex Health Outcomes Research and Education in Cancer, University of Sussex
  • a damehood for Professor Til Wykes, Vice-Dean of Psychology and Systems Sciences and Professor of Clinical Psychology and Rehabilitation, King’s College London
  • a knighthood for Harpal Kumar, Chief Executive, Cancer Research UK.
Industry and the economy
  • CBE for Anthony Preston, Founder of Pets at Home
  • an OBE for Simon Devonshire, an entrepreneur who has co-founded six start-ups, three of which are now in multi-million pound revenues
  • an OBE for Amanda Boyle, Founder and CEO, Bloom
  • an MBE for Rekha Mehr, Founder, Pistachio Rose
  • an MBE for Judith Ower, Founder and CEO, Playmob, who won a Talent Unleashed Award in 2014 as a rising entrepreneurial star
  • an MBE for Alison Lewy, Founder, Fashion Angel
  • an MBE for Rebecca Bright, Founder, Therapy Box, whose success within the technology market has been inspirational to other women.
Science and technology
  • DBE for Professor Georgina Mace, Professor of Biodiversity and Ecosystems, and Director, Centre for Biodiversity and Environment Research, University College London
  • DBE for Professor Henrietta Moore, Director, Institute for Global Prosperity
  • knighthood for Professor David MacKay, Regius Professor of Engineering, Cambridge University Engineering Department and lately Chief Scientific Advisor at DECC.
Law and order
  • CBE for John Surtees for services to motorsport, the only person ever to have won World Championships on both 2 and 4 wheels
  • an MBE for Tracey Neville, Head Coach of the England Netball Squad
  • an MBE for super bantamweight champion boxer, Carl Frampton
  • an MBE for Stephanie Houghton, Captain, England Women’s Football Team
  • an MBE for Fara Williams, most capped player of the England Women’s Football Team.
Whilst maintaining a broadly equitable gender balance (48% female overall) the New Year’s Honours list sees a significant rise in the proportion of awards to women at senior levels (38% female at Knighthood/Damehood/C-level compared to only 31% female at those levels in the 2015 Birthday Honours).
In particular, there are a number of prominent women to highlight, recognised for their support to the UK economy.
Recommendations at DBE include:
Recommendations at CBE include:
Other senior awards to women include:
In total, 76% of awards in the New Year’s Honours list will go to people who have undertaken outstanding work in or for their local community.
Those who will receive the British Empire Medal (BEM) include 13 year-old Jonjo Heuerman (the youngest recipient on this list) who has raised over £200,000 for the Bobby Moore Fund at Cancer Research UK; and 99 year-old Dorothy Start (the oldest recipient on this list) for over half a century of committed community work in Friern Barnet and charitable giving.
Also receiving a BEM is Richard Tyler who was in charge of the Red Cross Team during the Shoreham Airshow disaster.
There are a number of awards in this list for services to World War 2 commemoration.
Agnes Grunwald-Spier, Trustee of the Holocaust Memorial Day (HMD), receives an MBE, as does Susan Pollack whose support and advice to HMD helped to shape the content of the UK Commemorative Ceremony.
Those who will receive a BEM include Ivor Perl, an Auschwitz-Birkenau survivor who has been working with the HMD Trust in local communities to highlight the dangers of hatred and the importance of tolerance.
There are also a number of awards on this list that recognise outstanding contributions through the Ebola campaign. Awards include:
Among the well-known names being honoured are:
The list again includes some significant philanthropists.
The recommendations include:
The Parliamentary and Political Service Committee, chaired by Lord Spicer, has recommended a knighthood for Henry Bellingham, MP for North West Norfolk; a damehood for Rosie Winterton, MP for Doncaster Central and Opposition Chief Whip; a knighthood for Edward Davey, lately Energy Secretary; a knighthood for Paul Grice, Clerk and Chief Executive, Scottish Parliament; and a knighthood for Lynton Crosby, lately Campaign Director, Conservative Party, for political service.
In total, about 10% of honours are for work in education. The Education Committee has recommended 26 headteachers in total, including:
Other awards in education include a knighthood for Dr David Collins, first Further Education Commissioner; and a knighthood for Professor Paul Curran, VC of City University, London.
Health makes up 7% of all honours. There is a rich breadth of vocations recognised within the health sector including ten awards for nurses at MBElevel.
Awards in health include:
Industry and the economy make up 12% of this honours list. In addition to the recommendations from the Economy Committee for damehoods for Carolyn McCall (EasyJet), Natalie Massenet (Net-A-Porter), and Judith Hackitt (HSE), there is a knighthood for Robert Stheeman, CEO, Debt Management Office; a knighthood for Alan Yarrow, lately Lord Mayor of London; and a knighthood for David Norgrove, Chair, Low Pay Commission and Chair, Family Justice Board.
A number of strong entrepreneurs are also recognised including:
Science and technology make up 2.5% of the total. The awards include:
In law and order, the awards include a CBE for Timothy Dutton QC, Recorder and Deputy High Court Judge; and a CBE for Christopher Stephens, Chairman of the Judicial Appointments Commission. The recommendations for state servants include a KCB for Robert Devereux, Permanent Secretary at DWP; a DCB for Lin Homer, Chief Executive of HMRC; and a knighthood for Jon Day, lately Chair of the Joint Intelligence Committee.
Awards for Sport make up 4% of the total. In addition to the awards highlighted to AP McCoy (Kt), Denis Law (CBE), Francis Lee (CBE), Ronnie O’Sullivan (OBE), and Chris Froome (OBE), the awards include:
Awards to grass-roots Sport include MBEs for Ian Mirfin and Janice Eaglesham, Co-Founders of Red Star Athletics Club in Glasgow for their contribution to disabled sport. The couple won the BBC Sports Unsung Hero award for 2011 at the Sports Personality of the Year ceremony, the first joint winners of the award.
And finally, an MBE has been awarded to Clifford Price (more commonly known as Goldie), for his contribution to the music, TV and film industry and his work with a number of charities along the way