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Posted 16/2/18

Triton Recruitment require 40 x labourers to work out of the Dinnington area for general labouring duties for new residential properties.

The hourly rate is £9.50 per hour
40 hours a week 6.15am to 3.15 pm Monday – Friday (therefore applicants must be able to get to Dinnington for 6.15am)
Bonuses paid based on performance and hitting targets.

The Jobs
The labourers will work in teams with other labourers and a Team Leader will be visiting various construction sites around the region.
All applicants must hold a valid CSCS card and a full driving licence. Own transport isn’t necessary, just a FULL LICENCE.

The jobs will initially be on a 12 week temporary basis with Triton Recruitment - employed by the agency through a payroll company.
Those who complete the successful trial period will be offered a full time, PAYE contract by the client company.
The bonuses can still be earned through the agency during the 12 week preliminary period.

There are opportunities for progression to develop into a Team Leader and earn a very good salary with the bonuses available.

Obviously manual labouring is the main aspect of the job, however, the company want reliable individuals who want to earn money as - the harder they work the more they can earn.

For younger operatives an apprenticeship can be offered and they will gain qualifications otherwise they can go through us as normal, it’s entirely up to the individual.

To Apply
If you do have anyone suitable please ring Oliver Sullivan at Triton Recruitment on 01937 850000
or applicants are to send their CV to:<>

There are career opportunities here for suitable people as the client company has operatives who have been with them for nearly 20 years.

For these vacancies, experience is not essential as they are willing to train and coach the right candidates.

Posted 16/2/18

BMCo Ltd is expanding into Rotherham and they are looking for staff who relish the challenge of working in a brand new venture. If you have a flexible attitude to work and are keen to succeed, they have vacancies in the following areas:

  *   Business Development Manager
  *   Yard/Warehouse Assistant with forklift licence
  *   HGV Class 2 Driver with HIAB
  *   Counter Assistant

Initially, please email your CV and a cover letter to<> or for further details please contact Steve Quigley on 07710701512.
Alternatively see their website<> for more information


Posted 16/2/18

Hesley Wood Scout Camp in Chapeltown are recruiting for 4 part-time seasonal Activity Instructors.
The roles involve ‘significant evening and weekend work’ but experience is desirable rather than essential.  Duties include:

·        Delivering activities to customers

·        Guest care duties

·        Maintaining safety logs/ equipment
The shifts are fixed at 21 hours per week although overtime is potentially available.
The wage is fixed at NMW/NLW
Closing date for applications is 25th February 2018.

For more information see<>

Posted 16/2/18

Asda at Dalton requires part-time cleaning staff (various shifts).

The vacancies are managed by City Facilities Management but are not yet listed on their website.

Anyone interested in learning more about these vacancies should call 0845 077 9999 for an application form or pick up a form in-store.

Here is the link to the website as there are other similar jobs on offer in Asda stored within South Yorkshire (Handsworth, Chapeltown, Rossington)

City Facilities Management vacancy search<>


Posted 16/2/18

Pearson Edexcel at Hellaby, Rotherham approximately 2000 vacancies
The total volume of workers required is split between the following roles:

Role 1
Temporary General Processing Operatives

These roles require warehouse/industrial type skills:
  *   Sorting
  *   Order picking
  *   Production/ Assembly line
  *   Fork Lift Truck- Counterbalance and/or Reach
  *   Warehouse operations
  *   Team work
  *   Attention to detail
  *   Basic computer ability
  *   Good written and verbal communication

Role 2
Temporary Customer Service/Administrators

These roles will require a higher level of PC skills, acute attention to detail as will be using a variety of in house systems:
  *   Administration
  *   Customer Service
  *   Data Entry
  *   Problem Solving
  *   Team Work
  *   Call Centre Operations
  *   IT Skills

37.5 hours a week
The majority of positions are to start mid May 2018 – short term contracts – approximately 6-8 weeks.

The shifts are:
  *   6am-2pm
  *   2pm-10pm
  *   10pm-6am (Nights)
  *   8am-6pm/9am-5pm10am-8pm also available
  *   £8.75 per hour (Days)
  *   £11.17 per hour (Nights) – Please see NB Note below

Time and a half will be paid after 37.5 hours.

Online Applications ONLY using the online application form at:<>

See attached forms for more info

Posted 12/2/18

Home Instead are recruiting Care Givers and will be holding monthly RECRUITMENT ‘DROP INS’.

The company is based at: Linden House, 34 Moorgate Road, Rotherham, S60 2AG (a few doors up from Modern China).

Their “Drop In” Days are:

THURSDAY 1 FEBRUARY          10.00 am – 12.00 pm

THURSDAY 1 MARCH                  10.00 am – 12.00 pm

TUESDAY 3 APRIL                        2.00 pm – 4.00 pm

TUESDAY 1 MAY                           2.00 pm – 4.00 pm

FRIDAY 1 JUNE                              10.00 am – 12.00 pm

MONDAY 2 JULY                            1.00 pm – 3.00 pm

TUESDAY 31 JULY                       10.00 am – 12.00 pm

FRIDAY 31 AUGUST                     1.30 pm – 3.30 pm

MONDAY 1 OCTOBER                  10.00 am – 12.00 pm

THURSDAY 1 NOVEMBER         10.00 am – 12.00 pm

Summary of the vacancies for Care Givers

£8.85 per hour Monday to Friday – INCREASING TO £9.20 AS FROM 1 APRIL 18

£9.05 per hour for weekends – INCREASING TO £9.45 AS FROM 1 APRIL 18

Working on zero hour contracts. Minimum 1 hour visit to clients who “Self Fund” or receive direct payments for their care.

The company can be flexible on hours e.g. week days only, weekends only - PROVIDING THE CAREGIVER’S AVAILABILITY WILL PROVIDE SCOPE FOR WORKING 5 HOURS OR MORE PER WEEK.

Will be working with specific clients and Home Instead will match the clients to the Care Givers.

To provide high quality care and support, companionship services to older people. There is not always personal care involved but this may be required with some clients.

Record keeping and maintaining paperwork is also required as part of the job.

Previous experience not essential as the employer is looking for people who are caring and compassionate who want to make a difference.

Car drivers would be an advantage but not essential as Home Instead will aim to allocate the closest CAREGiver to clients – it just might take longer to match a non-driver.

If the Care Giver uses their car for work, the company pay mileage expenses after the first 10 miles per day @ 25p per mile, rising to 27p per mile from 1 April 18. Please note that all mileage with a client is paid @ 40p per mile. Any expenses incurred with a client e.g. parking, is also reimbursed. Business Use Insurance is required.

No uniform is provided but smart, casual dress is required (no trainers/jeans).

An Enhanced DBS will be required (£44) to be paid for by the successful applicants. Applicants already on the DBS update service, would not have this cost to incur.

The vacancies for Home Instead are currently being advertised on HISC Facebook page.

Home Instead is looking for good quality applicants who are committed to providing good quality care to their clients.

Interested applicants should please feel free to drop in to the office of Home Instead at the above address, between the above times, to find out about becoming a CAREGiver … or telephone Alison on 01709 837170.


Posted 12/2/18

Talent Match are to hold a group information session here in Rotherham Jobcentre on 22.02.18 between 11.30 & 12.30.

Talent Match is provision aimed at 18-24 year olds who are NEET, have been out of work for 6 months or more and who are experiencing difficulties or have barriers which is hindering them finding employment or training. This provision is ideal for those harder to help 18-24 year olds e.g. customers who have low self-esteem, suffer from anxiety or have mental health problems, have confidence issues, homeless or have been homeless or a lone parent with a child under 5.

They offer 1-2-1 support to the individual to help them overcome their barriers and amongst the support they offer is:-

· Help with CV’s and application forms

· Building the individuals skills and confidence

· Gain work experience & training

· Offer in work support to the individual & employer to ensure outcomes/sustainability

· Funding for training such as CSCS, SIA and FLT

· Help with travel costs whilst on the programme

· Funding to cover the costs of ID requirements such as birth certificates, CRB/DBS costs etc

At the group information session Talent Match advisers will give an overview of the programme and what support they can offer. Any individual who attends and wishes to enrol will see one of the attending Talent Match advisers.


Posted 12/2/18


6 x Trade Apprenticeship Vacancies in Rotherham:

2 x Carpenters

3 x Gas

1 x Plasterer

“As an Apprentice with Fortem, you will complete an NVQ for your trade at college, whilst working with your Trade mentor, putting your knowledge and skills learned into practice “on the job”.”

If you have any suitable and interested customers who wish to apply please ask them to visit

and complete the Online Application Form.

The closing date for all applications is Friday 9th March 2018.

Assessment Centres will be held between 9th & 18th April.


Date Posted 26.1.18

Moonrise Care are struggling to fill their vacancies for Care Workers.

The vacancies are on UJ (UJ Job ID number 45106779 and 45184441).

Moonrise Care are based at Bizspace, Templeborough but will be holding One to One interviews here in Rotherham Jobcentre on:  Tuesday 6th February

They are a Care Agency who have vacancies for Care Workers.

These vacancies are mainly for residential homes but they are branching out into Domiciliary Care.

Shifts worked can be anything between 8 and 12 hour shifts and can be days, afters or nights.


The DBS will need to be paid for by applicants – or they should have a transferrable DBS.

Employer welcomes applicants who are already working for another Care Agency.

£8.50 per hour for day shifts (that’s any shift between 8am-8pm)

£9 per hour for nights (any shifts between 8pm-8am)

** Successful applicants will get a 20 hour contract of employment **

Applicants will need to be flexible but they need to inform the employer if there are any particular shifts they are unable to do.

Sometimes, successful applicants will get their shifts notified in advance but they could also be called at short notice if a member of staff at a Residential Home has called in sick.

Own transport is not essential as, initially, they will be covering on the Residential Home aspect however, if applicants also wish to take shifts on the Domiciliary Care they WILL need their own transport (Mileage Allowance paid – exact rate to be confirmed).

At present, they cover homes in the Doncaster, Rotherham and Sheffield areas. If someone is struggling to get to a home where they are to cover a shift, they can get someone to give them a lift.

Uniform provided.

Moving and Handling and other company training will be provided.

To refer:

Please ring me on 01709 343073 to book an interview time.



Date Posted 23/1/18

First Bus Driver

Please click on the document for more information.

Date Posted 18.1.18

Brecks Beefeater
Job available for a Kitchen Team Member, 30 hours per week
Must have a minimum of 2 years experience in a high volume fast paced environment.
Must be flexible with hours as shifts maybe anytime between the opening hours of 6am to 11:00pm, and able to work weekends.
Wages TBC, but will meet NMW.
Please call Daniel, Helen or Nestor on 01709 543216

Date Posted 15.1.18

RUFC Traineeship
Please see attached details of Traineeship through RUFC.
Details of who to contact to refer are on the attachment.

Date Posted 15.1.18

See link for a variety of volunteer roles with Age UK
Your role can include a mixture of the following:
?Helping older people
?Listening to older people and having conversations about common interests
?Supporting people to find the information they need
?Referring people and help them to book people on appointments with Age UK Services
?Coming up with ideas for activities and quizzes
?Completing paperwork
?Basic admin tasks
?Helping with events