Situations vacant on Gadbrook Park

Java Application Developer
Inview Technology have created a lightweight platform that allows access to a range of internet content on low cost TV’s and set top boxes. We are now looking for a software engineer to work on the development of Java based applications running on the company’s connected set top box platform, as well as companion applications for Android and potentially iOS.

To be successful, you will need a strong knowledge of object-oriented development (OOD) on core Java (J2SE) with commercial experience and demonstrable skills. You will also have at least 3 years sold experience working with the Java language and platforms, a solid understanding of a development toolkit and experience of working on legacy systems/old codebases.

For full role details and requirements, see attached Job Description.

Salary circa £40,000, dependant on experience.

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User Interface Designer

Inview Technology is based in Northwich in the UK.  Inview have created a lightweight platform that allows access to a range of internet content on low cost TVs and set top boxes. In addition to our next generation EPG and recommendation engine, our platform provides access to on-demand video and music streaming, news and weather updates, photo sharing, social networking, games and broadcast TV. Inview now offers a global service for IP connected TV, incorporating advanced EPGs and widget style applications/content. This is a very busy and exciting time for Inview and a fantastic time to join the company.

We are now looking for a User Interface (UI) Designer to work predominantly on the design of various user interfaces for TV and set top boxes, including the documentation of their designs.

In order to be considered for this role, you will need to have a strong knowledge of the Adobe Creative Suite (in particular Photoshop & Illustrator versions cs5+), experience of designing UI’s (Ideally TV based), user Experience design experience (flows, stories, persona’s, wireframes etc…) as well as  experience using Microsoft Office (in particular Word and Powerpoint) and excellent communication skills.

For full role details and requirements, see attached Job Description.

Salary circa £20/21,000, dependant on experience

Applications for this role must be supported by a portfolio of candidates work. Please attach this with your C.V or send a link.

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Marketing Administrator
Howard Worth Chartered Accountants
Howard Worth Chartered Accountants and Business Advisers are a leading Cheshire Firm who provide advice and support to a range of business clients.
An opportunity for a Marketing Administrator has arisen to join our successful marketing team at our Northwich office. The Administrator will assist the Marketing team to develop and deliver marketing projects aligned to the firms marketing strategy.

The successful candidate will have an interest in marketing and will have excellent administrative skills. You will be responsible for maintaining the Marketing databases and filing system and supporting the team with attending networking events, direct mail campaigns, seminar bookings and assisting with seminars and events.  This is a varied and challenging role.
We regret we can only accept applications from persons who are eligible to work in the UK.

Interested applicants should send their CV with a covering letter explaining why they feel they are suitable for the role to:

Sophie McCartney,
HR Adviser,
Howard Worth Chartered Accountants,
Drake House, Gadbrook Park,

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Female Support Workers
Weaver Vale Housing Trust
Female Support Workers

Cotswold House, Winsford

Grade F; Salary £21,645 pro rata (pay award pending)  

25 hours per week, to include mandatory weekends, evenings and sleepover shifts on a rota basis.

Cotswold House Project provides 24-hour supported accommodation to 12 homeless women aged from 16 years and upwards. We can also accommodate children up to the age of 2. We are seeking to fill a number of exciting new posts from April 2015.

As part of a close-knit support team, you will take an active role in the development of the service, ensuring the residents receive the highest level of support service, whilst they move towards a self-reliant future. This is a dual-role, ensuring Housing Management tasks are carried out and a full support service is offered. This will involve interviewing prospective residents, carrying out assessments, completing support plans and conducting risk assessments.

You will be expected to work in partnership with other agencies, so excellent interpersonal skills are essential.  You will have a thorough understanding of safeguarding legislation and the ability to apply this in day to day practice. You must be confident in writing reports and representing the service at child protection and other meetings. You will be keen to identify, recommend and implement developments which will ensure we provide a high standard, continually improving the service. Ideally you will have experience of delivering pre-tenancy training and be confident with designing and delivering practical workshops to groups.

You must prioritise service-user involvement where you will actively involve residents in the planning, provision, monitoring and evaluation of services and facilities, to help service users achieve empowerment and increased independence. You will enjoy shaping the future of the Project and promoting a good reputation in the local community.

You must possess excellent communication skills, and have experience in supporting vulnerable clients. You will have the ability to deal with crisis situations with reassurance and understanding, and professionalism. You must be flexible, self-motivated, adaptable, with good initiative. You must be able to lone work, and hold a full driving licence with access to a vehicle.

This role will require a DBS check prior to commencement of employment.

We are advertising for females only, and this post has a genuine occupational qualification and is therefore exempt from current legislation in this area. We also welcome applicants who have experienced homelessness or related issues.

For an informal discussion contact Hannah Smith or Angela Kandeh on 01606 86243101606 862431. Application forms and further details are available to download from our website Alternatively please call our recruitment line on 01606 81332101606 813321 or email For internal candidates, applications can be downloaded from Trustnet.

CLOSING DATE:                  Tuesday 23rd December at 10am

(Applications received after this time will not be considered.)

ASSESSMENT DATE:         Wednesday 7th January 2015

INTERVIEW DATE:              Wednesday 14th January 2015

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Operations Analyst (Pension/LifeSavings)

Ops Analyst (Pensions/Life Savings)

£Excellent + benefits

Northwich, Cheshire

About the opportunity

You will be part of the Gadbrook Park operations team, which is responsible for post sales support for  the Wealth Advisory Corporate & Employer solutions teams. The role holder will be required to carry out key duties to ensure that Barclays Wealth remains compliant with internal statutory and regulatory controls and to ensure operations delivers exceptional business performance and an excellent level of service to its customers. There is a requirement for the job holder to cross train and redeploy within the wider Gadbrook park Operations teams as business requirements and peaks and troughs dictate.

Your core accountabilities:-

You will be responsible for managing a number of post sale processes in conjunction with third party life and pension providers. They will possess excellent interpersonal skills as liaising with internal client relationship managers to deliver an exceptional client experience is core to the role. The role holder will also be responsible for ensuring that all post sale issues are identified, logged and dealt with appropriately, chasing as required

About you

You will have good industry knowledge with experience in the life, protection, pension and/or group risk markets ideally working with high net worth clients. 

You will be adaptable and professional under pressure with strong interpersonal skills and a commitment on succeeding in a challenging environment. You will demonstrate the ability to work accurately to deadlines to meet performance targets and proactively seek new and innovative customer focused solutions. You will be customer focused with excellent planning and organisational skills.

You will be proficient in use of internal computer systems including Intranet, E-mail, Customer System, and any other platform applications.

About Us

Barclays is a major global financial services provider engaged in personal banking, credit cards, corporate and investment banking and wealth and investment management with an extensive international presence in Europe, the Americas, Africa and Asia. Barclays’ purpose is to help people achieve their ambitions – in the right way.

With over 300 years of history and expertise in banking, Barclays operates in over 50 countries and employs approximately 140,000 people. Barclays moves, lends, invests and protects money for customers and clients worldwide.

As a leading global wealth and investment manager, Barclays provides international and private banking, wealth planning, trust and fiduciary services, investment management, brokerage services and research to private and intermediary clients across the world. Additionally our clients benefit from access to the breadth of personal, corporate and investment banking expertise across Barclays, one of the largest financial services groups in the world.

Our mission is to set a new standard in wealth management by understanding our clients better than anyone else. In pursuit of this objective, we hire and develop only the best people in the industry. We look for talented, tenacious individuals who seek opportunities for self-improvement and career progression. Our long-term agenda can only be achieved through close collaboration and a shared sense of respect, integrity and excellence.

At Barclays, we recruit based on merit and are committed to promoting diversity throughout our organisation.

Barclays offers wealth and investment management products and services to its clients through Barclays Bank PLC and its subsidiary companies.    Barclays Bank PLC is registered in England and authorised by the Prudential Regulation Authority and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority and the Prudential Regulation Authority. Registered No. 1026167.  Registered Office: 1 Churchill Place, London E14 5HP.

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Repairs Support Cordinator - Repairs & Heating team
Weaver Vale Housing Trust

Directorate of Property Services

Repairs Support Coordinator – Responsive Repairs and Heating Services Team

GRADE D - £17,204 - £19,078 per annum  

This is an exciting opportunity to work as part of a busy administration team. We are seeking to recruit a Repairs Support Coordinator who is able to effectively and efficiently support the delivery of all the service needs within the Responsive Repairs and Heating Services Team.

As a Repairs Support Coordinator you will be working within the Trust’s Property Services Directorate. You will help our Responsive Repairs and Heating Services team provide an excellent service to our customers as we work towards our goal of achieving 95% customer satisfaction. You will be involved in all areas of work such as data inputting and analysis; handling customer enquires; liaising with contractors and in-house trade teams;  planning and coordinating work. You will be responsible for ensuring that this is delivered via our bespoke mobile working appointment system. 

With this in mind, the successful candidate will be proacitve and have a genuine interest and experience in a customer service environment. You will possess excellent written, verbal and office administration skills being computer literate in the use of Microsoft Word and Excel.  The successful candidate will be required to work well under pressure and deliver with a flexible and adaptable approach in a busy, customer focused support team. 

High regards for cross team working and customer focus for quality service delivery is essential.

Application forms and further details are available to download from our website: Alternatively, please call the recruitment line on 01606 81332101606 813321 or email For internal candidates application packs can be downloaded from Trusttalk.

Closing date for applications:  12 noon, Friday 9th January 2015.

Assessments to be held on: Monday 19th January 2015.
Interviews to be helf on: Friday 23rd January 2015.

The Trust invites applications from all members of the community, irrespective of age, sex, marital status, sexual orientation, race, religion or disability.

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Weaver Vale Housing Trust

Directorate of Property Services

Groundworker (Permanent – 37 Hours)

SALARY: £19,717 per annum plus Pension Scheme & Great Benefits Package

The Property Services Team are seeking an experienced qualified Groundworker. Our Groundworkers are responsible for external works at Trust properties, and also working for private customers and clients as part of our quest for new business.

You must have experience in external works such as driveways, paving, ramps, fencing, drainage and alike. Your experience must include the use of mechanical excavators for the undertaking of a varied range of property maintenance, improvements and adaptations to properties.

As an experienced Groundworker you will have a proven track record of working within tenanted or domestic properties and the ability to provide a valued and excellent service to our customers. You will need a good knowledge of the building industry, Health and Safety regulations and excellent customer care skills.  

You must have a current and valid UK driving licence.

Application forms and further details are available to download from our website: Alternatively, please call the recruitment line on 01606 81332101606 813321 or email For internal candidates application packs can be downloaded from Trusttalk. If you would like an informal discussion regarding this post please contact Mike Greenwood on 01606-81346201606-813462

Closing date for applications:  12 noon, Monday 12th January 2015.

Interviews and Assessments to be held on: Thursday 22nd January 2015.

The Trust invites applications from all members of the community, irrespective of age, sex, marital status, sexual orientation, race, religion or disability.

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