People First Careers and Employment
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Supply Chain Manager
£50,783 per year
Bilingual Sales Representative
£33,527 per year
£35,553 per year
£35,553 per year
£19,803 per year
£23,323 per year
Business Development Executive
£24,422 per year
£35,210 per year
Business Development Manager
£44,015 per year
Office Assistant (Volunteer) in Birmingham, West Midlands
on 1 February 2017
Office duties, such as answering the telephone. At people first I help to support people with learning disabilities. I do this by supporting people who come into the office looking for support. I help with visits out to other day centres and help with completing activities. I also liaise with other members of staff to make sure that people are getting the support that they need.
advocate in Cumbria
on 13 October 2019
not a good company to work for
poor management and work culture, zero career advancement poor salary for work load, limited training opportunities, no commitment to flexible working, for parents unless your a manager.
Part Time Cleaner in Weston-super-Mare
on 27 April 2016
Part time cleaner
I cleaned the offices, general work areas, canteen and toilets, I used a hoover, mop and bucket and dustpan and brush to carry out my tasks and did so in a timely manner.
Administration Assistant in Keighley, ENG
on 16 October 2015
Productive in a friendley environment
As a volunteer on a Community Work program via the Jobcentre and a Placement provider (Interserve) I gained valuable experience working with and helping those with learning difficulties and disabilities. In my 4 months working there I help with varies activities and organising training and summer scheme activities. I would recommend some one in my position to take this opportunity to work alongside such friendly and outgoing people.
Receptionist in Porth, RCT
on 9 May 2014
A very rewarding place to work in
Each and every day that I worked there was enjoyable. I learnt a lot for the people who had learning disabilities and i feel that this has made me a better person, and I am very grateful of the time that i worked there for. Was very sad to leave them all as we all became great friends
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