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You get 12 pounds every otherweek for tickets and or refreshments

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A time where you've had to give information to a group of people and hold their attention
A time where you've had to produce high quality work to a tight deadline while also focussing on other tasks

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Depends what level you are being interviewed for. If an Admin or Executive Officer then a shirt and tie, office trousers/skirt with smart black shoes will suffice.

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After successful employment for 11 years I would like to work in a different environment. Changes in the management structure and in my individual job role have resulted in a decrease in my job satisfaction

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I had 5 weeks training for Case Management and Telephony plus 4 weeks of consolidation actually doing the job with mentors being available as support.

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Yes your allowance doubles

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Usually one Saturday in 4 weeks, depends on Office working from. Most do not work at weekends. Would not be able to book weekend off as flexi, as part of the conditions of work depending on Office.

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Mon - fri-- 8-6

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