Job Vacancy in Bingham

Job Vacancy in Bingham

Have you ever wanted to work in a busy Estate Agency office? Hammond Property Services need a well presented, bubbly, infectious, punctual, helpful, cheery, memorable, approachable, capable person to join us at our Bingham Office. He, or She,…. should fit the following criteria…… Experience NOT essential!! It’s the character and personality that we are looking for!  We are looking for someone with a ‘spark’ that can become a roaring flame!!!  Age? Not an issue – we will consider everyone  Must be able to work on their own initiative  Must have a Driving Licence  Knowledge of Microsoft Word  Be able to work Monday to Friday 9am – 5.30pm (but we are flexible on those hours!) and Saturdays on a rota basis 9am – 2pm  Must be able to spell correctly not foneticly!!!! ……  A basic salary will be paid as well as a monthly commissions You will need to be able to follow our basic rule; Customer Service is NOT a department at Hammond Property Services – it’s an attitude! Other than the above, we are quite open. We know that we will recognise the right person within the first 3 minutes of meeting them. If you think that you fit the above, or you know someone else that does, please do not hesitate to write to me, enclosing an up to date C.V. and a recent colour photograph to enable us to recall who we have seen!! If you have any queries relating to the above, I would ask that you contact Jonathan Hammond at my office on (01949) 87 86...
Blood Donor Sessions in Bingham

Blood Donor Sessions in Bingham

Bingham Leisure Centre Sunday 25th May 2014 10:00-13:00 ; 14:30-16:45 NHS Blood and Transplant needs people from all blood groups to donate. They are especially short of O negative and B negative donors. O negative is ‘universal’and can be used with different blood groups, vital in an emergency when there may not be time for an immediate blood grouping test. B negative blood is also in demand from some ethnic groups prone to certain diseases that require blood, like sickle cell anaemia and thalassemia. B negative blood can be given to B negative or B positive patients. Holly Mason, Lead Donor Relations Manager for Nottinghamshire for NHS Blood and Transplant, said: “We’re asking people to spring into action this Spring. This time of year is an important time to give, as stocks are often more vulnerable around public holidays, when people are busy getting out and about or going away for breaks. Giving blood now and in the next few weeks will also help boost blood stocks before people turn their attention towards England in the Football World Cup. Please don’t forget about those hospital patients who rely on blood donors to save their lives or keep them...