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Pharmacy Receptionist

Posted: 17 Sept 21

As we move to Phase 3 of the covid vaccinations booster program, the JMW Vicary pharmacy in Haddenham is looking for a reception staff member, Monday to Friday, 9.00am to 6.00pm

Email your CV to jmwvicaryltd@aol.com

Jobs at Morrisons

Posted: 16 Sept 21

Supervisor

Aged 18+
Previous retail/cash handling experience
Flexible
25 hour contract
Rate of pay to be discussed
Will be fully trained up

Sales assistant

Age — preferred 18+
Flexible
Good working with a team
Provide great customer service to our customers

To find out more and to apply, call into the shop on Banks Parade, Haddenham, and speak to a member of the management team.

Digital Champion — Volunteer Role

Posted: 10 Sept 21

Turn End Trust is in an exciting phase of developing a new Digital Engagement Programme and is looking for a Digital Champion to help deliver its Autumn/Winter programme of online events.

Generous grants from the Finnis Scott Foundation and Rothschild Foundation has enabled the Trust to commissioned PSL Technology Group (the creative event production company who delivered Thame Literary Festival's innovation DigiTAL online programme) to set up the online talk system and train Turn End personnel and volunteers in using the cutting-edge software.

Alongside staff, the Digital Champion will attend training sessions in use of the software, then be present as online lectures are being delivered, as part of the 'live' training. The Trust would also like you to help drive the digital project by training others.

The aim of the project is to explore gardens, landscape and their inter-relationship with architecture through online lectures by Turn End's staff and Trustees and guest speakers.

The first lecture programme will run between late Autumn 2021 and Spring 2021 and will include post-war landscapes and horticultural practice and plant knowledge at Turn End.

The project is part of the Trust's wider development plans which include diversifying and developing our audiences, securing a sustainable and resilient future for this unique house and garden and offering vibrant contributions to Buckinghamshire's communities, culture and heritage.

The winter lecture programme will add to our existing programme of events at Turn End and off site events with our local partners.

The programme will be advertised on the What's On page

If you would like to be involved in this exciting new project, please get in touch at: turnendtrustevents@gmail.com

Bricklaying Labourer / Apprentice

Posted: 08 Sept 21

Buildright, based in Aylesbury, are looking for an apprentice bricklayer to join its team.

Full time work with immediate start with well establish local company.

Own transport preferred (may be able to pick up/drop off depending on location)

Fair pay based on experience.

Must have good attitude and want to work as part of a team.

Call Matt for more info — 07765 246880

Warehouse Operative

Posted: 01 Sept 21

IPRO Solutions, based on the Haddenham Business Park, is looking to recruit a Warehouse Operative

Job Role & Scope:

To carry out, without supervision, a wide range of warehouse and clerical operations as well as following and understanding picking and processing instructions / procedures

Responsibilities include:

  • Picking, preparing and packing items for despatch accurately, on time and in accordance with iPRO Work Instructions
  • Unload, receive, check, identify and put stock away into its appropriate location-
  • General housekeeping
  • Ensure that warehouse, stock and equipment is kept clean and safe as per company Health and Safety procedures
  • Any other duties as deemed reasonable by Warehouse Supervisor, or iPRO Management

For further information, please Email jcrawford@iprosolutions.co.uk

Warehouse Operative/Driver

Posted: 01 Sept 21

IPRO Solutions, based on the Haddenham Business Park, is looking to recruit a Warehouse Operative/Driver

Job Role & Scope:

  • To carry out, without supervision, a wide range of warehouse and clerical operations and provide deliveries to customers
  • Provide deliveries to customers
  • Interact with our customers in a professional manner
  • Complete daily/ weekly maintenance checks on delivery van and inform manager of any issues
  • Picking, preparing and packing items for despatch accurately, on time and in accordance with iPRO Work Instructions
  • General housekeeping
  • Ensure that warehouse, stock and equipment is kept clean and safe as per company Health and Safety procedures.
  • Any other duties as deemed reasonable by Warehouse Supervisor, or iPRO Management

For further information, please Email jcrawford@iprosolutions.co.uk

Front of House: Dinton

Posted 31 Aug 21

The Seven Stars has a Front of House position available!

A wonderful opportunity for a special someone to come and join our Front of House team!

We are looking for a friendly and confident individual who is up to the task of serving food, working behind the bar and keeping the place spotless during, before and after service.

The hours will be part time, anywhere between 20-30 hours a week. Lunch, evenings and weekend work will be expected but we like to try and work your hours around you!

Experience isn't necessary but is preferred, we can always provide training if needed.

To get in touch either call us on — 01296 749000
Or email — steph@sevenstarsdinton.com
Or simply pop in!

Waiting/Bar staff

Posted: 28 Aug 21

Notley Abbey is a five-star wedding venue situated just outside Haddenham. We are looking to recruit waiting and bar staff to join our team.

Full training will be given.

Rates:

Under 21: £8.50
Over 21: £9.37
Over 23: £10.01

Contact: Gemma.Powell@bijouweddings.co.uk

Jobs Fair at the New Nursery

Bright Horizons will be holding a 'Job Fair' at their Haddenham Day Nursery and Preschool located next to the Co-op on Tibbs Road on Wednesday 1st and Thursday 2nd September, from 09:00 until 17:00.

These days will provide an opportunity to meet the team and to discuss career opportunities with the organisation. Staff will explain more about our company and attendees will be able to discuss a potential career path and get insights as to what it would be like to join Bright Horizons. Staff will also explain what training and professional development opportunities are available and describe all the potential benefits that would come by joining one of the UK's leading childcare providers!

To find out more or to reserve your place, drop us a message or send an email to jessica.lyon@brighthorizons.com.

Alternatively, apply via the website.

Jobs at the New Nursery

Posted: 12 Aug 21

Chef

Salary: Circa £20,000 per annum (dependent on qualification/s and experience)

Hours: Full time / Permanent / Mon-Fri / 40 hours

Location: Bright Horizons Haddenham Day Nursery and Preschool

For this position, we are offering a Welcome Bonus of £250 (T&C's apply)

We have an exciting opportunity for a passionate Chef to join the team at our newly opening Bright Horizons Haddenham Day Nursery and Preschool when it opens its doors in September 2021!

The 91 place, brand new and purpose-built nursery will feature 6 beautiful, well-resourced rooms across 2 floors. The 4 ground floor rooms will have free flow access to the large nursery garden, and the 2 first floor rooms will have access to an external balcony area.

Situated at the Haddenham Airfield Development, just opposite the Haddenham and Thame Parkway Station, the nursery will form part of a local neighbourhood centre for the community, where you will be close to local amenities including a small supermarket next door! The nursery has great transport links via train and car, and there is plenty of onsite parking.

As a Chef working with Bright Horizons, you can expect a competitive salary, great company benefits including a retail discount scheme, and fantastic development opportunities.

Purpose of Role:

  • To prepare, cook and present age appropriate food to high standards in a clean, tidy, safe and pleasant environment. Work in partnership with the nursery team and parents at all times to support the nurseries care and education provision. Keep accurate records of supplies and order replacements as needed within the nursery budget requirements.
  • This role requires working in collaboration with others and taking responsibility for working in line with regulatory requirements and BH policies and procedures.  

Key Tasks and Responsibilities:

  • Keep the kitchen a clean and safe environment adhering to internal and external requirements
  • Encourage and model behaviour which is appropriate in a child environment being professional at all times  
  • To make sure you meet the legal and company requirements for fire, safety, health & hygiene at all items and necessary paperwork is completed
  • To prepare and cook enough age appropriate food for all the children on a daily basis with minimum wastage
  • Take responsibility to make sure all dietary requirements are catered for and clearly communicated to the teams
  • To respond appropriately to issues requiring confidentiality: for example being aware of personal information regarding children
  • Support, promote and implement policies and procedures
  • Fulfil their roles, responsibilities and legislation duty in relation to safeguarding children by ensure that they have read  understood  and implement the Safeguarding Policies and Procedures.
  • Ensure that they have completed Child Protection training every two years as set out in the Child Protection Policy and that this training impacts on their ability to safeguard the children in their care
  • Work in co-operation and partnership with the Nursery team and parents to encourage a healthy and nutritious diet
  • Ensure that budgetary requirements are met
  • Having an active role in leading the cookery club sessions with children.
  • Use nominated suppliers and ensure all deliveries are accurate and paperwork is kept up to date
  • Support with other activities with the nursery e.g. BBQ's, Fetes, Staff meetings, children's cookery clubs
  • To take reasonable care of yourself and others and to comply with company Health and Safety guidelines
  • Support the manager and work as a team to ensure a good or better inspection outcome
  • Understand the importance of keeping everyone safe and the part you play
  • Demonstrate a proactive approach using your initiative and showing resilience to take responsibility for getting things done
  • Ensure stocks are managed and stock levels are recorded in line with company expectations.

  • Essential Experience:
  • Experience in any role which involves cooking in domestic or commercial property
  • Food Safety CIEH L2 or above or equivalent  — this must be passed on day 1 in post
  • Sound Knowledge of COSHH
  • Able to demonstrate a sound knowledge of managing different dietary requirement around food allergies.

Qualifications:

Food Safety CIEH L2 or above or equivalent  — this must be passed on day 1 in post

To apply or for further information, Email: jessica.lyon@brighthhorizons.com

We look forward to receiving your application!

Nursery Assistant

Salary Banding: £13,260 to £18,650 per annum (dependent on qualification/s and experience)

Hours: Full time / Permanent / Mon-Fri / 40 hours

Location: Bright Horizons Haddenham Day Nursery and Preschool

For this position, we are offering a Welcome Bonus of £250 (T&C's apply)

We have an exciting opportunity for a passionate Nursery Assistant to join the team at our newly opening Bright Horizons Haddenham Day Nursery and Preschool when it opens its doors in September 2021. You don't need any particular qualifications or experience for the role, just a passion for working with children!

As a Nursery Assistant working with Bright Horizons, you can expect a competitive salary, great company benefits including a retail discount scheme, and fantastic development opportunities.

Purpose of Role:

This role will be key in delivering high quality engagement with children supporting their developmental needs, whilst ensuring the highest levels of supervision is maintained. You must support and maintain our Keeping Everyone Safe policies and procedures and continuously demonstrate and adhere to safe working practices.

Support the observation and assessment standards Bright Beginnings, Bright Horizons curriculum to ensure a child-centred approach.

Working in partnership with parents to support the observation and planning process meets the needs of all children in line with the Quality Assurance Framework. Working to ensure service excellence for our current and prospective customers. This includes role modelling behaviour in line our HEART principles and Bright Promise to deliver exceptional care and education.

In addition, this role will work with the room leader together with Early Childhood Specialists to drive continuous improvement and embed inspirational early years pedagogy of the highest standard and secure regulatory compliance with better than National Average inspection outcomes in the UK.

You will support in sharing and articulating the attributes of the Bright Horizons brand, securing Bright Horizons as the provider of choice for families, corporate clients, and employees.

Responsible for:

Promote and follow guidelines implemented for managing behaviour including and supporting children to manage their own feelings.

  • You have the responsibility to ensure the children you care for are fully supervised and remain safe and well and you lead by example and drive the culture of Safeguarding Children.
  • Providing strong clear communication and partnership with your team members to ensure you are meeting the needs of all of the children within your care.
  • Demonstrate a clear understanding of efficient staff deployment and child supervision in line policies and procedures and with regulatory standards.
  • Supervise and support in the preparation of meal times in line with policies and procedures to ensure high supervision of children is maintained at all times.
  • Risk assessing all areas a child can access to ensure all areas of the nursery are safe for children and remove any risks identified. Lead by example in daily tasks of keeping children safe ie. picking up coats, sweeping sand from the floor.
  • Undertake suitable professional development activities and opportunities for personal growth within a culture of self-driven development and expertise in all aspects of nursery development and learning, to maintain a highly effective, motivation and an innovative team member with perspectives of 'best practice'.
  • Delivery of highest quality Early Childhood practice and experiences for all children in the setting, including those with Special Educational Needs and/or Disability, promoting emotional wellbeing by embedding the Bright Horizons early years curriculum.
  • Fulfil their roles, responsibilities and legislation duty in relation to safeguarding children by ensure that they have read  understood  and implement the Safeguarding Policies and Procedures.
  • Ensure that they have completed Child Protection training every two years as set out in the Child Protection Policy and that this training impacts on their ability to safeguard the children in their care
  • Highly motivated and driven, meeting deadlines for children's record keeping and assessments
  • Completing accurate and effective assessments, which reflect the needs, interests and stages of development of the child by effective delivery of the key person approach.
  • Undertake regular 121 meetings with families' colleagues and professionals to ensure children within your key person group are meeting their milestones for personal development.  To provide support for your colleagues within the nursery and across the broader business when required.
  • Attendance at staff meetings and training sessions to ensure continuous professional development.

Qualifications:

  • 12 hours paediatric first aid (Can be completed as part of induction)
  • Food Hygiene or equivalent training and compliance in food management (Can be completed as part of induction)
  • Relevant safeguarding/child protection training undertaken and a willingness to update training regularly (essential)

    To apply or for further information, Email: jessica.lyon@brighthhorizons.com

    We look forward to receiving your application!

    Room Leader

    Salary Banding: £19,500 to £27,000 per annum (dependent on qualification/s and experience)

    Hours: Full time / Permanent / Mon-Fri / 40 hours

    Location: Bright Horizons Haddenham Day Nursery and Preschool

    For this position, we are offering a Welcome Bonus of £500 (T&C's apply)

    We have an exciting opportunity for a passionate Room Leader to join the team at our newly opening Bright Horizons Haddenham Day Nursery and Preschool when it opens its doors in September 2021!

    As a Room Leader working with Bright Horizons, you can expect a competitive salary, great company benefits including a retail discount scheme, and fantastic development opportunities.

    Purpose of Role:

    The Room Leader working in partnership the Manager and Deputy Manager is responsible for the effective leadership of the nursery team, providing training, coaching and mentoring and implementing a robust performance management strategy supporting team members to ensure service excellence for our current and prospective customers. This includes role modelling leadership behaviour in line our HEART principles, supporting to deliver or exceeding all key performance indicators and business results.

    The Room Leader will effectively lead, inspire potential and engage their team to deliver exceptional care and education. You will deliver high engagement with staff and families whilst ensuring the expected levels of practice are consistently applied and fully embedded at every level.

    The role works in partnership with the NM, DM and EC specialist to manage the execution of service delivery in line with regulatory, customer, client and employee expectations, and to develop staff teams that achieve consistent high-quality performance within the nursery.

    The expectation is this will be delivered by being present throughout the day in the nursery rooms as part of ratio staff. This should be delivered through leading and managing by example, role-modelling best practice and observation and assessment of standards and practice throughout the nursery.

    In addition, this role will work with the nursery team together with EC Specialists to drive continuous improvement and embed inspirational early years pedagogy of the highest standard, across nursery teams, and secure regulatory compliance with better than National Average inspection outcomes in the UK.

    You will support to sharing and articulating the attributes of the Bright Horizons brand, securing Bright Horizons as the provider of choice for families, corporate clients, and employees.
    .
    Responsible for:

    • Providing strong and clear leadership of your team including mentoring of team members.
    • Plan and demonstrate a clear understanding of efficient staff deployment and managing the rostering in line with regulatory standards.
    • Ensure strong and effective performance management and monitoring processes, with the ability to demonstrate impact and show improvements in performance, leading to the highest quality provision as set out in the Quality Assurance Framework, improved inspection ratings, full regulatory compliance, high levels of customer and employee satisfaction and growth.
    • Leading a Health and Safety Culture where you ensure all team members recognise the part they each play in ensuring robust procedures are followed for Policies and Procedures and the regulatory standards set by our regulator.
    • Ensuring you provide an environment with  a strong focus on our customer and practitioner engagement and provide guidance to practitioners.
    • Undertake regular 121/supervision meetings with staff to plan and provide suitable professional development activities and opportunities for personal growth within a culture of self-driven development, to promote individual and team expertise in all aspects of nursery development and learning, to secure a highly effective, motivated and innovative team.
    • Take responsibility for own personal and professional development, accessing high level improvement activities that inform general and nursery based on national and international perspectives of 'best practice'.
    • Delivery of highest quality Early Childhood practice and experiences for all children in the setting, including those with Special Educational Needs and/or Disability, promoting emotional wellbeing by embedding the Bright Horizons early years curriculum.
    • Attendance at staff meetings and training sessions to ensure continuous professional development.
    • Completing accurate and effective assessments, which reflect the needs, interests and stages of development of the child by effective delivery of the key person approach.
    • Undertake regular 121 meetings with families' colleagues and professionals to ensure children within your key person group are meeting their milestones for personal development. 
    • Supervise and support in the preparation of meals and mealtimes in line with policies and procedures and ensure high supervision of children is maintained at all times.
    • Fulfil their roles, responsibilities and legislation duty in relation to safeguarding children by ensure that they have read  understood  and implement the Safeguarding Policies and Procedures.
    • Ensure that they have completed Child Protection training every two years as set out in the Child Protection Policy and that this training impacts on their ability to safeguard the children in their care

    Essential Experience:

    • Working in collaboration with colleagues in achieving positive working relationships through effective communication leadership and guidance and the support of all members of the nursery team.
    • A strong record of on-going training and/or professional qualifications since qualifying
    • Proven experience of working in early years education settings with successful management leading to 'Good or Oustanding ' regulatory inspection outcomes
    • Strong decision-maker, with the proven ability to work as part of a larger team to ensure essential day to day tasks are completed in line with nursery demands ie. Hygiene standards and room preparation.
    • Experience of food preparation and the completion of relevant training linked to food management
    • Experience of proving support and leadership to a staff team to enable staff in fulfil their roles, responsibilities and legislation duty in relation to safeguarding children.
    • Current 12hrs Paediatric First Aid Certificate

    • Experience Desirable:
    • Leading teams through coaching and mentoring
    • Experience of efficient staff deployment and rostering programmes and ICT knowledge
    • Knowledge of Local Authority and Regulatory requirements and inspection processes across the UK
    • Coaching and mentoring experience.

    Qualifications:

    • Full and relevant level 3 qualification (essential)
    • 12 hours paediatric first aid and first aid at work (essential)
    • Level 2 Food Hygiene or equivalent training and compliance in food management
    • Relevant safeguarding/child protection training undertaken and a willingness to update training regularly (essential)
    • Evidence of continuous professional development
    • Undergraduate or Foundation Degree in Early Childhood Studies or other relevant subject (Desirable)
    • EYPP/EYTT or QTS post graduate status (Desirable)

    To apply or for further information, Email: jessica.lyon@brighthhorizons.com

    We look forward to receiving your application!

    Nursery Nurse

    Salary Banding: £18,825 to £26,000 per annum (dependent on qualification/s and experience)

    Hours: Full time / Permanent / Mon-Fri / 40 hours

    Location: Bright Horizons Haddenham Day Nursery and Preschool

    For this role, we are offering a welcome bonus of £500 (T&C's apply)

    We have an exciting opportunity for a passionate Nursery Nurse to join the team at our newly opening Bright Horizons Haddenham Day Nursery and Preschool when it opens its doors in September 2021!

    As a Nursery Nurse working with Bright Horizons, you can expect a competitive salary, great company benefits including a retail discount scheme, and fantastic development opportunities.

    Purpose of Role:

    • This role will be key delivering high quality engagement with children supporting there developmental needs, whilst ensuring the highest levels of supervision is maintained. You must maintain our Keeping Everyone Safe policies and procedures and continuously demonstrate and adhere to safe working practices.
    • With your expert knowledge of the regulatory requirements, you will complete observation and assessment standards Bright Beginnings, Bright Horizons curriculum to ensure a child-centred approach. Working in partnership with parents to complete the observation and planning process meeting the needs of all children in line with the Quality Assurance Framework. Working to ensure service excellence for our current and prospective customers. This includes role modelling behaviour in line our HEART principles and Bright Promise to deliver exceptional care and education.
    • In addition, this role will work with the room leader together with Early Childhood Specialists to drive continuous improvement and embed inspirational early years pedagogy of the highest standard and secure regulatory compliance with better than National Average inspection outcomes in the UK.
    • You will support in sharing and articulating the attributes of the Bright Horizons brand, securing Bright Horizons as the provider of choice for families, corporate clients, and employees.
    • You will support to sharing and articulating the attributes of the Bright Horizons brand, securing Bright Horizons as the provider of choice for families, corporate clients, and employees.

    Responsible for:

    • Completing accurate and effective assessments, which reflect the needs, interests and stages of development of the child by effective delivery of the key person approach.
    • Promote and follow guidelines implemented for managing behaviour and supporting children to manage their own feelings.
    • Ensuring effective supervision of children to ensure they remain safe and well in line with regulatory standards.
    • You recognise the part your play in ensuring robust procedures are followed for Policies and Procedures and the regulatory standards set by our regulator.
    • Delivery of highest quality Early Childhood practice and experiences for all children in the setting, including those with Special Educational Needs and/or Disability, promoting emotional wellbeing by embedding the Bright Horizons early years curriculum.
    • Ensuring you risk assess all areas of the nursery which children would have access to and ensure their play and learning experiences are safe and age appropriate. Lead by example in daily tasks of keeping children safe ie. picking up coats, sweeping sand from the floor.
    • Supervise and support in the preparation of meals and mealtimes in line with policies and procedures and ensure high supervision of children is maintained at all times.
    • Fulfil their roles, responsibilities and legislation duty in relation to safeguarding children by ensure that they have read  understood  and implement the Safeguarding Policies and Procedures.
    • Ensure that they have completed Child Protection training every two years as set out in the Child Protection Policy and that this training impacts on their ability to safeguard the children in their care
    • Undertake regular 121 supervision meetings with families' colleagues and professionals to ensure children within your key person group are meeting their milestones for personal development. 
    • Take responsibility for own personal and professional development, accessing high level improvement activities that inform general and nursery based on national and international perspectives of 'best practice'.
    • To provide support for your colleagues within the nursery and across the broader business when required.
    • Attendance at staff meetings and training sessions to ensure continuous professional development.

    Essential Experience:

    • Proven experience of working with early years education settings with successful outcomes for children at 'Good or Outstanding ' regulatory inspection outcomes
    • Working in collaboration with colleagues in achieving positive working relationships through effective communication and the support of all members of the nursery team.
    • A strong record of on-going training and/or professional qualifications since qualifying
    • Strong decision-maker, with the proven ability to work as part of a team to ensure essential day to day tasks are completed in line with nursery demands ie. Hygiene standards and room preparation.
    • Experience of food preparation and the completion of relevant training linked to food management
    • Experience of child protection and safeguarding policies and procedures
    • Highly motivated and driven, meeting deadlines in relation to children's record keeping and assessment.
    • Current 12hrs Paediatric First Aid Certificate

    Experience Desirable:

    • Knowledge of Local Authority and Regulatory requirements and inspection processes across the UK
    • Working within policies, procedures, and regulatory requirement.

    Qualifications:

    • Full and relevant level 3 qualification or level 2 qualification (essential)
    • 12 hours paediatric first aid (essential)
    • Food Hygiene or equivalent training and compliance in food management (this can be completed as part of Induction)
    • Relevant safeguarding/child protection training undertaken and a willingness to update training regularly (essential)
    • Evidence of continuous professional development

    To apply or for further information, Email: jessica.lyon@brighthhorizons.com

    We look forward to receiving your application!

  • Jobs at Abbeyfield

    Updated: 19 Aug 21

    Abbeyfield (Stonehill House) is a residential care home located in Churchway, Haddenham.

    Relief Cook
    We are looking for someone who can be a relief cook when our cook takes annual leave or is off sick, would include some weekends — hours are 10am — 2pm.

    Hourly rates on application. All subject to satisfactory references and DBS check.

    Bank Staff: If you are interested in joining a small team of carers, willing to cover a variety of holiday/sickness shifts, then please give us a call and we will get an application form to you.

    Care shifts

    Every Wednesday — Wakeover night shift — 9.45pm — 8am
    Every Monday afternoon 1.45pm — 7pm

    Cleaning

    Every Monday & Thursday

    Plus alternate Wednesdays

    Hours:- 8am — 12noon (there could be flexibility in these hours to fit in with school times)

    Executive Committee & volunteers

    Company Secretary — to take minutes at our monthly meetings & AGM. Work with our Chairman to produce any paperwork required.

    We are also are looking to expand our volunteer executive committee.

    Company Secretary — to take minutes at our monthly meetings & AGM. Work with our Chairman to produce any paperwork required.

    Abbeyfield Haddenham Society Ltd
    Stonehill House,
    106 Churchway
    Haddenham HP17 8DT
    Tel: 01844 290028

    Registered society under the Co-operative and Community Benefit Societies Act 2014No 23635R. An exempt charity.

    Machine Operator

    Posted: 17 Aug 21

    Haddenhamn-based McCormick, leader in herbs, spices, seasonings and condiments, is looking to recruit a machine operator, on a permanent rotating shift Monday — Friday 6am-2pm/2pm-10pm

    Salary: Competitive + shift allowance

    In this role you will carry out production-related activities in the factory safely, whilst ensuring a quality product is made to customer requirements.

    Main Responsibilities

    • Set up, run and operate specified dispensary, blending and packing tasks within the factory, unsupervised
    • Strip and clean specific lines and associated equipment and set up for product changeovers
    • Fault find and report any breakdowns on the lines
    • Liaise with colleagues ensuring continuity of Performance Reliability and output, whilst carrying out effective handovers, both verbally and in writing
    • Correctly carry out any required quality checks and constantly monitor the quality of the product being filled and packed
    • Accurately complete all necessary documentation, including Daily Direction Setting (DDS) boards
    • Utilise the company's manufacturing operations system — SAP
    • Assist with the training of other employees, where necessary
    • Adhere to all Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs), carry out duties following Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) and 5S practices and be responsible for hygiene and housekeeping in a specified work area
    • Adhere to health and safety regulations, working within 'safe systems of work'
    • Ensure full compliance with Company Quality, Food Safety, Health & Safety and Environmental requirements
    • Have a flexible approach to work and carry out alternative duties, such as packing and rework, as and when required
    • Participate in Journey to Excellence (JTE) projects, from data gathering to project completion.

    Candidate Profile

    • Good literacy and numeracy skills e.g. English & Maths at GCSE level or equivalent
    • Mechanical aptitude
    • Experience in a similar hands-on role
    • Experience of working in a manufacturing environment
    • Able to work in a team
    • Good communication skills
    • Problem solving and fault-finding skills
    • Excellent attention to detail
    • Flexible approach to working
    • Positive and enthusiastic attitude towards work and colleagues

    The Company

    At McCormick, we bring our passion for flavour to work each day. We encourage growth, respect everyone's contributions and do what's right for our business, our people and our planet. 

    Founded in Baltimore, MD in 1889 in a room and a cellar by 25-year-old Willoughby McCormick with three employees, McCormick is a global leader in flavour. With 12,400 employees around the world and more than $5 Billion in annual sales, the Company manufactures, markets and distributes spices, seasoning mixes, condiments and flavours to the entire food industry, retail outlets, food manufactures, food service businesses and consumers

    While our global headquarters are in the Baltimore, Maryland, USA area, McCormick operates and serves customers in 150 countries and territories in Asia-Pacific, China, Europe, Middle East and Africa, and the Americas with recognised brands including Schwartz.

    At McCormick, we have over a culture based on our "Power of People" principle. This principle fosters an unusually dedicated workforce requiring a culture of respect, ethics and integrity and growth.

    To Apply

    If you are looking for a new challenge and want to join a highly motivated team with a passion for flavour, then please apply via our careers centre here (job req.n° 77801)

    McCormick is an EOE/Veterans/Disabled/LGBT employer. 

    Community Engagement — Freelance Role

    Posted: 17 Aug 21

    Healthwatch Bucks is looking to carry out a Community Engagement project, for which funding up to £10,000 is available.

    The project would suit a freelance community development person (up to 6 months duration).

    Do you have community engagement & project management experience?
    Do you have experience working with volunteers?
    Do you have experience of working with diverse communities in Buckinghamshire?

    What we need
    We're looking for someone to help us develop a diverse and sustainable volunteering programme. To give you an idea, the sort of things we want to achieve from this project include:

    • mapping communities in Bucks and identifying specific conduits for engagement; for example. Community Boards and grassroots organisations already working with the communities we would like to engage with
    • making links with people from under-represented communities to increase our volunteer representation. This would include people from minority ethnic communities, younger people (including those not in education or employment)and people living in areas of deprivation
    • scoping out new connections and following up these links to explore and develop possible partnerships.
    • identifying the possible barriers in relation to volunteering and ways these could be overcome.

    The final deliverable should be a report with recommendations for building a diverse and sustainable volunteering programme for the organisation, with a view to longer term funding opportunities.

    The project needs to be completed by the end of February 2022 at the latest.

    Who we need

    We're looking for an individual with good understanding of Bucks and its communities, who is able to work at grassroots community level and with experience of volunteering or working with vounteers.

    The successful applicant will be someone who is able to hold, develop and complete the project to time and to a high standard.

    This is a responsive project that needs to take into account possible Covid restrictions and we would like your proposal to reflect current and realistic possibilities.

    How to apply:

    Please send your proposal as a letter (no more than 2 sides of A4), along with your CV. We need someone in place as soon as possible. We are looking for someone who is set up as a freelance contractor and can hit the ground running.This role is outside of IR35.

    Please send in your proposal & CV to us by 12pm on 6th September 2021.

    Any questions, please contact Zoe at zoe@healthwatchbucks.co.uk.

    Budget

    We have a fixed budget of up to £10k to deliver this work.

    The way you organise your time to deliver it is flexible. Please tell us how many days per week you'd be able to offer during a five month period within this budget in your proposal.

    To find out more about our organisation, please visit Healthwatch Bucks

    This opportunity is being funded through a grant from the Rothschild Foundation (Covid 19 Support Programme)

    Temp Assembly Technicians

    Posted 13 Aug 21

    iPRO Solutions, based on the Haddenham business park, are looking to recruit Assembly Technicians.

    Job Scope — Build product on the line to an iPRO standard of Quality & Health & Safety

    Responsibilities include:

    * Complete tasks on a daily basis to maximize productivity
    * Offer flexibility to work on various lines within the Production area
    * Ensure tools, work instructions and work environment are maintained to a 6S standard
    * Provide Continuous Improvement ideas to the business
    * Escalate any Quality and Safety issues to your Line Manager

    Working Hours — Monday — Thursday 08:00 — 17:00, Friday — 8:00 — 13:00

    Please contact hr@iprosolutions.co.uk for further information.

    Credit Manager

    Posted: 09 Aug 21

    As a result of an internal promotion Daff Trucks is now recruiting for a Credit Manager to cover the UK & Ireland.

    We're looking for a graduate with 3+ years of relevant work experience and you don't need to be a Credit Manager currently. If not already in place, the successful applicant would need to commit to completing their CICM studies to support their development in the role.

    You will be responsible for making sound credit recommendations, completing in depth analysis of financial statements for the renewal of credit lines up to €100M each. This is a high profile role within the organisation. There is a collections element to the role, you will have a team of two.

    You will periodically review MI from partners from a risk perspective. You will need to partner with, and at times challenge, internal and external stakeholders. You will need to meet face to face with external stakeholders periodically to build and maintain relationships.

    DAF Trucks UK are the UK's #1 truck manufacturer, and have been for the past 26 years consecutively. We have new, purpose built offices, in Haddenham, Bucks and we are part of DAF Trucks NV, the European parent based in The Netherlands. DAF is part of PACCAR Inc. a Fortune 500 company based in the US.

    This is a full-time office based role and you will need to travel within the UK and periodic travel to The Netherlands. We're offering a competitive salary, company car, excellent pension scheme, discretionary company bonus and private healthcare.

    If you would like to find out more about how to drive your development and career forward, please contact Jamie Linnett at Jamie.linnett@daftrucks.com

    Kitchen Porter

    Posted: 27 Jul 21

    Le Manoir aux Quat'Saisons in Great Milton is looking to recruit a Kitchen Porter — summer or full time work available.

    8 hour shifts up to 40 hours per week (shifts all week available, we can be flexible).

    Must have their own transport.

    £9.44 per hour.

    Contact:
    Bradley.cross@belmond.com
    01844 277205

    Domestic Cleaner

    Posted: 26 Jul 21

    A cleaner is required for private house in Haddenham

    Hours and duties to be agreed on weekly/fortnightly basis. 

    Please ring Vivien Barber on 01844 299465

    Welfare Assistant — Tennis Club

    Posted: 24 Jul 21

    Haddenham Tennis Club is looking to recruit a Welfare Assistant for its long-standing and successful after-school coaching sessions for children from Haddenham Community Junior School (HCJS).

    Duties:

    • Meeting the children from school, with parental consent in place, outside the school office and walking them across the road to the HTC courts.
    • Taking the attendance register.
    • Assisting the Head Coach by supervising the children during the hour-long coaching session.
    • Accompanying some children to WASPS (Haddenham Community Infant School wrap-
    • around care provider for primary school children) after the lessons if required.
    • Advising the Head Coach of parent queries should they arise.

    Skills and qualifications:

    • Previous experience supervising children is required
    • Reliability and good time-keeping are essential.
    • Good admin skills and use of PC is desirable.
    • Tennis knowledge would be useful, but no coaching qualification or tennis skill is required.
    • DBS (Disclosure & Barring Service) clearance which will be paid for by HTC.

    Days and times required:

    • Arrival at HCJS 3.15pm. Finish from the courts/WASPS 4.45pm.
    • 1.5 hours per day on Mondays, Tuesdays & Wednesdays in term time only.
    • With effect from Monday 6th September. (Precise term dates will be confirmed upon
    • appointment.)

    Rate of pay: £10 per hour

    If you are interested in the role and would like to be considered for an interview please send your CV by email or letter to the addresses below.

    Applications by email to haddenhamtennisclub@hotmail.com

    or in writing to:

    Haddenham Tennis Club C/o 154 Sheerstock, Haddenham, Aylesbury, Bucks. HP17 8EX

    Pharmacy Assistant

    Posted: 22 Jul 21

    JMW Vicary pharmacy at the Haddenham Medical Centre is seeking a part- time counter assistant.

    For further information, or to submit a CV, please email: punita02@hotmail.co.uk

    Cleaner / Driver

    Posted: 22 Jul 21

    Driver required with an immediate start.
    Working as part of a team with 2 other operatives, the role is:

    • cleaning public conveniences
    • re-stocking
    • locking and un-locking
    • Reporting of defaults and repairs daily

    Hours: 9 hour shifts, working 4 days on 2 days off on a rota.

    Manual clean driving licence is essential.

    Experience preferred but full training will be given.

    Uniform and equipment provided.

    Reference ID: MS-BUCKSAY

    Rate- £9 per hour

    Contact: recruitment@monitorservices.co.uk

    Sports Coaching Opportunity

    Posted: 21 Jul 21

    Haddenham resident Jamie Stone is restarting his kids basketball sessions from 1st August in Princes Risborough every Sunday for 5-12 year olds and he's on the lookout for a budding young assistant coach to help him run the sessions every Sunday 9-11am in Princes Risborough.

    No coaching qualifications required as they would just be assisting Jamie at first, though plenty of opportunity for someone interested in sports coaching, he can get funding for their certification

    This might suit a local 16+ year old boy or girl interested in basketball and sports coaching?

    See: https://www.hoopheroes.co.uk/

    Working for Florence Nightingale Hospice Charity

    Posted: 21 Jul 21

    Part-time Community Fundraiser

    Are you an experienced community fundraiser looking to take on a challenging new role?

    Join the Charity at an exciting time as our supporters, volunteers and local communities restart their community fundraising activity.

    Help us connect and build relationships with our supporters to fund the provision of palliative and end of life care across Buckinghamshire and its borders.

    For this role you will need:

    • Experience of community fundraising in a charity setting
    • Excellent relationship management skills
    • Excellent organisational skills
    • Experience of working with volunteers

    How to Apply

    Please read the full Job Description on our website at https://www.fnhospice.org.uk/work-for-us/ and send in a CV and covering letter to recruitment@fnhospice.org.uk

    Chinnor Charity Shop Manager

    Do you love people and fashion? Are you looking for a retail management role? Join the friendly Florence Nightingale Hospice Charity Retail Team and manage our Chinnor Charity Shop in the heart of the community.

    For this role you will need:

    • Experience of managing a team in charity or fashion retail.
    • Demonstrable experience of leading a team to achieve sales targets in a customer facing retail environment.
    • Line management experience, with a focus on the support and development of staff
    • Experience of working with volunteers, and able to work positively with people of all abilities.
    • Physically fit and able to lift and carry large quantities of donations of stock including waste and recycling on a daily basis

    How to Apply

    Please read the full Job Description on our website at recruitment@fnhospice.org.uk

    Shop Assistant — Fish Retail

    Posted: 15 Jun 21

    FishnFins aquatic shop at Bradmoor Farm in Haddenham is looking for someone who ideally has some experience in keeping Tropical or Marine fish, who'd be interested in working in the shop two days a week, probably on a Tuesday & Wednesday.

    Full training will be given, it's a very social role so you need to be good with people, confident & reliable.

    The hours are 10am-5pm

    If you'd like any more details then please call 07708 087413

    Or feel free to make inquiries at the shop.

    Cook

    Posted: 29 Jun 21

    We are looking for a Cook to run our Kitchen at our Day Care Centre at The Princes Centre in Princes Risborough.

    You would be cooking for approx 25 people per day.

    The hours are:

    9:30am — 2pm Monday — Thursday

    10am — 2pm on Friday " target="_blank" >22 hours per week.

    Rate of pay is £9.50 per hour.

    Please note this role is not term time only.

    If you are reliable, friendly & have a keen interest in food we would love to hear from you.

    Please call Kim or Irene on 01844 345105

    Cleaner

    Posted: 26 Jun 21

    A cleaner is required. once a fortnight for a private house on High Street in Haddenham.

    Please contact Pat Cummings

    Email: pat@bpcummings.com

    Commis Chef

    Posted: 24 Jun 21

    The Seven Stars in Dinton is Hiring!

    With ever-growing demand for our well established pub, we're looking for a dedicated and passionate full time Commis Chef to join our proffesional and personable kitchen team.

    We preferably need someone with experience but training can be provided, as you will be working under a very dedicated and passionate team. We prepare and cook our entire menu in house, so you will be expected to muck in as much as possible wherever needed on the shift that you work.

    Salary will be dependant on experience and we also have accommodation available if necessary.

    To apply or enquire more about our lovely little pub, don't hesitate to get in touch with us by
    Email: steph@sevenstarsdinton.com or Phone: 01296 749000

    We look forward to hearing from you

    Cook / Housekeeper

    Posted: 22 Jun 21

    The Big Top Nursery in Waddesdon is currently recruiting for a cook/housekeeper.

    The role includes developing menus, food budgeting and ordering, and of course, cooking healthy meals for the children in our setting.

    You will also be required to take on daily housekeeping roles, including washing of linen and washing up etc.

    The prime hours are 10:00 — 4:30 Monday to Friday. If possible, we would also like to discuss the option of extended hours after the nursery closes at 6pm for the daily clean down of the whole nursery setting, this usually takes 2 hours.

    The nursery is open 51 weeks per year, so this post is offered as a full time role, not term time only.

    For an application form or for more information please contact us on 01296 658898 or Email: enquiries@bigtopnursery.co.uk

    Assistant Housekeeper

    Posted: 17 Jun 21

    Assistant housekeeper required

    To work every Friday 10am-2pm

    And 1 or 2 weekends a month

    £13 per hour

    In Wotton Underwood

    Please text to request more information

    Anne : 07974 940160

    School Governor — Voluntary Role

    Posted: 09 Jun 21

    The Governing Body at Haddenham Community Infant School is made up of Governors from all walks of life. They come to us by a variety of routes and with a range of different backgrounds, skills and experiences but are all volunteers working together for the benefit of the school and the community it serves.

    We want you

    We are looking for new Governors to join our friendly Governing Body and would be delighted to hear from anyone having:

    • An interest in the performance of the school
    • A desire to contribute to and represent the community
    • An open and enquiring mind
    • The ability to look at issues objectively
    • The confidence to ask questions and join in debate
    • A willingness to listen and make informed judgements
    • The ability to work well with others
    • Time to spare

    If you match the above description, you may be the very person to become a Governor at Haddenham Community Infant School. Everyone has something to offer and we want people from as many backgrounds and with as wide a range of interests as possible.

    What can we offer?

    • A chance to develop your own personal skills
    • Access to a programme of free training in respect of education and governance matters, plus the support and guidance of fellow governors
    • The opportunity to work with our team of governors and staff in improving our school
    • A sense of achievement in making a difference to our school
    • The pleasure of helping our children reach their potential

    If you are interested — or know of someone else that would be — then please contact me via the school email address below and I will be more than happy to call you for an informal chat.

    Governors are essential for the effectiveness and success of the school and it is an extremely rewarding and fulfilling role.

    Do have a look at the school website for a taste of the school ethos.

    Hilary Conboy
    Chair of Governors
    office@haddenhaminfant.bucks.sch.uk

    Warehouse Operative

    Posted: 08 Jun 21

    PDX Logistics is looking for a warehouse operative to help with the picking and despatch of stock from their warehouse based on the Haddenham Business Park.

    The person would also need a Bendi forklift licence.

    If you are interested then please contact Richard Hunter on 01844 295155 for more details

    Trainee Dental Nurse

    Posted: 04 June 21

    Thame House Dental Practice is looking to recruit an enthusiastic, hard working Trainee Dental Nurse to join its team

    This is a full-time role

    Full training will be given!

    If you are interested please drop your CV in or telephone 01844 218060

    Cleaner

    Posted 02 June 21

    We are looking for an experienced cleaner to join our team cleaning a Beauty Salon in Thame.

    Cleaning Wednesdays after 8 pm for 2 hours and either after 4pm on a Saturday or sometime on a Sunday for 2 hours (total 4 hours per week).

    The rate of pay is £8.91 per hour and paid monthly through payroll

    To apply or for more information please contact our office Prestige Cleaning 01296 641775

    Personal Assistant

    Posted: 27 May 21

    Like to chat about Films, TV, Music and Nonsense?

    Why not earn and chat?!

    Nature of Role:

    Personal Assistant to an independent young woman, who needs some support.

    • Cooking/Cleaning
    • Helping with the day to day
    • Assisting to run errands
    • Working alongside my Assistance Dog

    But in all honesty...

    • Watching TV/Chatting
    • Making cups of tea!

    Is This You? Reliable, trustworthy, conscientious, friendly, caring, enjoy having fun and open minded? No prior experience necessary. (Training is included) Aged 17+.

    Hours range from morning, mid-afternoon, and evening shifts. £9.50/hr (weekdays) & £11.70/hr (weekends)

    Fri — Sun shifts urgently need help with.
    Mon — Sun shifts available.

    Location: Near Wheatley

    For more information contact: lmerry13@outlook.com

    Legal Volunteers

    Posted: 23 May 21

    Are you a law student or sixth former about to study law, looking for work experience?

    BuDS is offering work experience on two exciting live projects dealing with mental health and social entitlement law.

    This is real frontline legal work which will look great on your CV. We also give references and certificates.

    To express an interest, please email volunteering@buds.org.uk or leave a voicemail on 01494 211179.

    We particularly welcome disabled students.

    Part-time Child Minder

    Posted: 21 May 21

    I am looking for an experienced part-time nanny/childminder for 7 month boy (will be 1 year old in September). Start date will be September. Based in Haddenham.

    Please contact Cass:
    Cass_bell@hotmail.com
    07944 290267

    Chief Executive Officer

    Posted: 21 May 21

    Aylesbury Youth Action (AYA) is a local charity (1165882) that aims to improve life chances for young people aged 14-24 years through Youth Volunteering opportunities, enabling them to make a positive contribution to their community.

    We are looking for a highly motivated individual to lead the premier youth volunteer movement in Buckinghamshire. A unique opportunity for a strategic and commercially minded leader to launch the organisation's new growth phase in youth volunteering and community service.

    The role would suit a candidate who is innovative, youth focused and willing to lead by example. Together with a collaborative nature who will be able to work closely with the Board of Trustees to expand the charity's impact, and funding sources.

    AYA are based in Aylesbury and parking is available.

    Please be advised that all applicants need to complete an AYA Application Form which is available by request at the AYA office or to download from our website.

    AYA is an equal opportunities employer and welcomes applications from all backgrounds. We regret that the office is currently not wheelchair accessible, but interviews will be held in accessible rooms.

    Please note that as AYA deal with vulnerable children and adults, a DBS check will be requested of any successful candidate. This post is exempt by virtue of the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 (Exemption) Order 1975. You are therefore requested to disclose any convictions or information regarding criminal activity including convictions that would otherwise be considered spent.

    Application Deadline: Fri 18th June 2021

    See here for more information and to apply online.

    Family Centre Leader

    Posted: 18 May 2021

    Part time: between 24 and 30 hours per week across a minimum of 4 days, year-round

    Salary: £31,346 — £33,782 (full time equivalent), dependant on skills and experience

    Start date: September 2021

    Are you passionate about family support and improving the lives of young children in the local community? The Red Kite Family Centre in Thame are looking for a dynamic person with a passion for Early Years to lead and manage the Centre and help us achieve our ambition of 'being there for every family.'

    Why work at the Red Kite Family Centre?

    • You'll be working at the heart of the community in an incredibly rewarding role, building relationships with families and making a real difference to the lives of young children
    • You'll have the opportunity to shape and develop the services the Centre offers to local families in response to their needs
    • You'll be surrounded by inspiring colleagues who all share the same goal, and create a workplace which is vibrant, inclusive and rewarding

    Primary Activities:

    There is no typical day at the Red Kite Centre; you can expect to find yourself doing a huge range of different things to make the centre the best it can be, including:

    • Leading the planning, delivery, monitoring and evaluation of a range of services to meet the needs of babies, young children and parents in the local community
    • Working in partnership with parents and carers to help them identify needs, make informed choices and respond in ways that promote the health and well-being of their children
    • Recruiting, managing, training, developing and motivating the team of part time staff and volunteers
    • Maximising community participation by raising the profile of the centre and actively addressing barriers to participation through publicity and outreach work
    • Working in partnership with County Council Family Support Services and other relevant statutory and voluntary agencies
    • Identifying and pursuing fundraising opportunities
    • Managing the Centre's building and facilities including responsibility for health and safety compliance
    • Acting as the Designated Safeguarding Lead for the Centre, keeping the welfare and protection of the child as paramount

    Key requirements

    • Warm, welcoming and friendly person who families can relate to
    • Ability to build relationships with the team, families, other professionals and organisations in the local community
    • Qualified to at least Level 4 in the field of Education, Social Care, Health, Early Years or community work
    • Passion for family support and children's development
    • Sound professional credibility, from previous experience working within a relevant role
    • Strong communication, leadership and people management skills

    The Red Kite Family Centre is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff to share this commitment. All applicants will be expected to undertake employment checks, a Disclosure and Barring Service check and provide previous employment references.

    More information and our application form can be found here.