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Online Retail Assistants Home based  

The Freedom Team (Part Time) - Durham, County Durham, North East

As a Part Time Online Retail Sales Assistant, you will be recommending a wide variety of branded offers, 'must have' gadgets and personalised gifts via Facebook and our digital selling websites. This is... Part Time Work careers County Durham... From £6,000 to £36,000 per annum

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from: totaljobs.com - More than 30 days ago

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Nurse (Dementia)  

Health Recruit Network - Houghton Le Spring

With a strong focus on dementia care, staff are encouraged to spend time with residents and get to know them on a personal level in order to provide and maintain a high level of care.You will be putting... Part Time careers County Durham... £16.5 to £16.5 Per hour

from: nurses.co.uk - Yesterday

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Sales Administrator  

Hays - Peterlee, County Durham, North East

The role involves dealing with customer accounts, which includes sourcing products and delivery issues as well as order processing. This role includes extensive amounts of customer service. The post holder... part time jobs durham county council... £13500.00 - £14000.00 per annum

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from: totaljobs.com (+1 source) - Yesterday

Software Engineer  

Baltic Recruitment Services Ltd - County Durham, North East

Work across the entire development life cycle - from planning and requirements capture and analysis to final product approval. Exercise high standards of H&S at all times, including Environmental Safety... part time jobs in durham for students... £34k - £38k pa + pension, benefits package

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from: jobsite.co.uk (+1 source) - Today

7.5t Home Delivery Drivers  

Dixons Carphone - Spennymoor, County Durham, North East

Up to £28,000 OTE (inc. overtime /annual bonus scheme up to 10% salary) Working aligned to one of our Customer Service Centres across the UK you will be part of the team that delivers great customer service... part time jobs durham university... 19500

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from: totaljobs.com - Yesterday

Vehicle Maintenance Technician - Birtley Motorstore  

Arnold Clark. - Chester Le Street, County Durham, North East

Your technical skills will be rewarded with a competitive salary, training opportunities and excellent working conditions. Youll also receive life assurance, private health care and generous employee discounts... weekend jobs in durham...

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from: totaljobs.com - 2 days ago

Registered Nurse - Complex Care RGN RMN  

Appoint Group - Peterlee

This is a fantastic opportunity to join one of the UK's top healthcare provider who have a fantastic range of company benefits. Including - :- PIN Re-validation assistance- Support and ongoing training... teaching jobs in county durham... £27,000 - £36,000/Year

from: staffnurse.com (+2 sources) - Yesterday

Checkout Operator  

ASDA - Durham, County Durham, North East

We’re proud of our warm and friendly service. It’s what our customers love and have come to expect. Our competitors would love to have the same level of commitment from their own colleagues. So we’ll expect... healthcare jobs county durham...

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from: totaljobs.com - 3 days ago

Transport Support Assistant - Backs  

Co-op Group - Chester Le Street, County Durham, North East (+1 location)

To get going quickly in this role, we'll look for you to be highly organised and be incredibly detail orientated. You'll also have a lot to remember, and to make sure that all paperwork is completed on... recruitment county durham... £21868.47 per annum + benefits

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from: totaljobs.com (+1 source) - 2 days ago

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Sales Assistant - SHOTTON STORE  

Savers - Shotton

Your role at Savers will be all about giving exceptional customer service anywhere in the store and encouraging add on sales. You will also ensure that the store is fully stocked and maintained to a high... part time durham city... Up to £7.50 per hour

from: e4s.co.uk (+1 source) - 6 days ago


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  • Jobs Tobylerone

    I can't seem to find any weekend or part time jobs near me

    • Jim B.:

      What area are you in? I've found plenty and was able to apply no problem. Make sure you type in the location you're looking for. Now if we're talking about a really small village...you might have less offers as is to be expected.

    • Nolly:

      Just been made redudant at 58 was looking for full time but now thought about it have decided that maybe time to slow down a bit as also not in the best of health. I hope to find something local.

      • Leila W.:

        Gee! that's terrible, because once you're over 50 things get a lot more complicated. I know from experience, I've lived it in my own flesh.

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  • Being ignored Eileen Willey

    In the 10 months I have been looking for a job any hours,temp or perm the hardest thing I find to understand is being totally ignored. I know companies/agencies whatever get a lot of applicants and perhaps can't reply to everyone however the vast majority of jobs I apply for is work I have done for the last 15 years the majority working for the government.
    One agency rang me about 09:15 to check my availability re a vacancy I put in for only never to hear from them again even after a query as to what was happening then another two asking for feedback as I had the right experience,and was the age the employer was looking for besides not being very professional it is downside rude and ignorance....how did they get their job !!!
    I have put in for hundreds of jobs with employers and agencies what I find strange is I never get a reply you can count on one hand the unsuccessful emails I have had. Even when some agency contacts me they don't get back to you.As for equal opportunity employers I feel they discriminate more than firms that don't state they are equal ops.
    I am not exaggerating I never get any response.
    A world famous supermarket I applied for part time checkouts, (and I trained at M&S )didn't send me the evaluation questionnaire then rejected me because I hadn't filled it in and there is no way to contact them to let them know.
    I am practically on the verge of selling my soul to the devil......but really is it worth it

    • Wendy:

      I thoroughly agree with you Eileen, at least if it's a No then I can move on happily. I am 59 now and I am beginning to think my age is against me now.....although it shouldn't be apparently

    • Jillie:

      Yes I am having the same problem, it is soul destroying, not getting a reply, or interview when you have had many years experience. I really do feel age is a problem too, they can tell from your CV how old you are, and let's face it, they will go for younger most of the time.

      • Wendy:

        I am having the same problem too Jillie. I just want some part time work in Retail, but I cannot believe how difficult it has been. I check my job alerts every day and have put my cv into so many stores but they don't seem to acknowledge me. My confidence is going downhill rapidly

        • John K:

          Wendy I am sorry to learn that you are not having the success you seek. .May I ask what is your current main method of applying for jobs eg.-do you use a CV? If so, how many pages is it? I don't know if it helps but last week I saw LIDLs in Dagenham, ssex were recruiting for staff. As I recall LIDLS wanted applications in the form of a CV.

          • Wendy:

            Hi John,
            Thank you for your email.
            I live in Crawley, West Sussex so I'm afraid Dagenham is abit far for me.
            I apply for jobs with my CV and a cover letter, so they get to know my personality but I think if these companies called you in for an interview they would get a much better idea of the person who is applying for the job. I still think the old fashion way is best as the cv style seems rather unpersonal.

    • Workshared:

      It is total ignorance to ignore your application. Just think yourself lucky that they did not respond, would you really want to work for an illmannered employer. It would be great if we could share potentially bad employers.

      • Wendy:

        I agree with you workshared, sounds a really good idea

    • Steve:

      I know the feeling, I'm 61+, For the past 2.1/2 years I've been trying too, To know advail!, The only job's I've had, is what the Job club, have sent me on, Where You do not get paid! When you look on the net, All these supposed to be! I've Joined every job Agence, Strange when they send you jobs, Saying they're local, I go into them, Like Lidl, There not, some 40 to 70 miles away, They seem to just send them willy nilly, I recon I get about: 150 job a day sent to me! Like you say, You feel like selling your soul to the devil, Do not do it!!, The people who's in the position, telling us to apply for these job's, aren't real! Believe me, we are put on the scrap heap, they're playing Mine Games1 DO NOT DO ANYTHING FOOLISH! We are all in the same boat!!

    • Ht:

      I have applied for over 100 jobs part time mainly and have only had 2 interviews which I did not get. I think we are ignored especially
      when you want school hours. I am in work at moment but it's not good for various
      reasons
      and company selling up so I want to go into
      support work within a charity field but shift
      work and lack of experience in that field is
      very hard. I have decided to look into
      voluntary work to gain experience only to be told if I needed support from benefits while I
      get back on my feet I would have to be
      available for what the job centre wanted me
      to do.

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