Weekend £30,000 jobs in London W7

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£37,000 a year
6.6 weeks pro rata annual leave. Your birthday as a paid day off. Death in service of two times annual salary. Membership of employee wellbeing programme.
Competitive rates of pay as well as bonuses + benefits. They will effectively challenge, manage and lead their team to deliver an excellent customer experience…
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£17 - £19 an hour
As a nurse, how much do you make? You can make holding a hand seem like the most important thing in the world when a patient is scared You can make a child…
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£37,363 - £47,405 a year
The First Response Service manages the ‘front door’ and works together with key internal and external partners, from BCC Early Help, Thames Valley Police and…
Provide technical expertise in customer discussions. Prepare and perform FAT tests. Commission your own code as well as code written by others.
High Wycombe HP11
Possibly you’re looking to establish yourself in the emergency profession but are unable to commit to full time hours.
Talent Hive
High Wycombe
£35,000 a year
A Monday to Friday operation – No weekends or evenings. A Monday to Friday operation – No weekends or evenings. Up to £35,000 per annum.
Vet Seekers
High Wycombe
£16 - £18 an hour
If working weekend, an additional day off in the week is given in lieu. Flexible - 8.30am-7pm Monday to Friday. Possess the right to work in the United Kingdom.
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Vet Seekers
High Wycombe
£35,000 - £55,000 a year
A established progressive small animal practice is High Wycombe are looking to recruit a Permanent Veterinary Surgeon on either a full or part time basis.
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£30,401 - £37,267 a year
You will carry a caseload of stroke patients, often with complex needs and provide clinical support and teaching to rehabilitation assistants as well as peer…