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NSL Service Group

Covid Marshall (TO-18C27)

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At NSL, our vision is to make the UK a safer, fairer and better place to live and work. We help our clients innovate and improve services to deliver better outcomes. Built on trust and respect, we are driven and inspired to deliver as one team, and are proud of what we do. We provide frontline, back office and customer support services to design and manage places used by the public and provide national enforcement expertise at our borders and infrastructure. With over 4,000 colleagues in 250 locations across the UK we serve over 150 clients and 20 million citizens. Here at NSL, everyone is welcome. We have an inclusive workforce that offers employment opportunities whoever you are, wherever you work and whatever you do. We are bronze aware holders of the Armed Forces Covenant and actively encourage applications from Armed Forces personnel, veterans and reservists. We are committed to our core values, they are key to the way we work with our colleagues, customers and suppliers, joining us would mean upholding these values in everything you do: Professionalism – Achieving the Highest Standards Accountability – ownership and responsibility of our actions Respect – For each other and customers Transparency- open in the way we engage and do business Innovation – Enthusiasm for new ideas and technologies  Do you enjoy working outdoors, helping people and have great communication skills? Do you have excellent customer service skills and enjoy being active? If so, NSL are currently recruiting for a Covid Marshall. What you will be doing… Our Covid Marshalls are the eyes and ears of the local community, providing a high visibility patrolling presence, providing advice to residents, and members of the public on COVID regulations and how to stay safe.  The role of COVID-19 secure marshals or equivalents such as wardens, stewards and ambassadors is not to enforce COVID-19 regulations, or have any enforcement powers, which should remain the remit of the police and designated local authority compliance and enforcement officers. COVID-19 Secure Marshals or equivalents should engage, explain and encourage best practice and national COVID-19 secure guidance. COVID-19 secure marshals, or their equivalents are to: promote social distancing and encourage public compliance with COVID-19 public health measures educate and explain COVID-19 Secure guidelines in the public realm and for business premises identify and support businesses and premises not following guidelines, escalating as appropriate These objectives will support businesses and the public, increasing understanding of COVID-19 public health measures, such as social distancing, wearing face coverings in appropriate settings and hand washing. This will increase public confidence in visiting high streets and using urban centres. Your day will be spent, mostly outside, in all weathers, walking up to 10 miles per day, so please consider this before you apply. You will be dealing with members of the public face to face, so customer service must be something you enjoy, sometimes in difficult situations. The post holder will be part of the Council wide programme across Bracknell Forest, providing community testing which will be offered to critical and key workers who are not already being offered testing and anyone who is required to leave home for work or a crucial activity, or for the management of local COVID-19 outbreaks. Breaking the COVID-19 chain is so important to stop the virus from spreading and we urge all eligible Bracknell Forest residents and workers to have the test, once contacted. The test used is called a Lateral Flow Test (LFT) and it delivers the results within around 30 mins.  You will also be: Signposting members of the public and businesses to government guidance cleaning touch points Directing pedestrians and managing pedestrian one-way systems Guiding pedestrians through exit and entry points Checking and promoting visibility of COVID-19 Secure messaging Handing out face coverings and hand sanitiser Promoting social distancing  Moving on groups that aren't practicing social distancing You will be working 40 hours per week, Monday to Sunday (including Bank Holidays). Shifts vary so flexibility for the role is essential. A clean driving licence is essential as you will be going straight to one of the sites within the borough on a daily basis What you will need… You must enjoy dealing with people, be friendly polite, and willing to offer support, advice and assistance to colleagues and customers. In return for your hard work: Free uniform Paid Holiday Employee Benefit Scheme- Including Cycle to Work Scheme, Childcare Vouchers & Discounts Reward & Recognition Scheme Training & development opportunities Employee Consultative Committee to represent the voice of colleagues

2 months ago

Slough, Berkshire, United Kingdom

Full time

NSL Service Group

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