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Finance Assistant

Peterborough Limited are looking to recruit a Finance Assistant as part of maternity cover.

Reporting to the Finance Supervisor you will be responsible for the day to day processing and delivery of efficient and effective accounts payable, accounts receivable, cashier and general ledger functions.

Responsible for maintaining records and delivering accurate and timely financial information, following internal controls and processes.

To undertake and provide a range of other financial administration support and accounting duties.

Key deliverables:

  • Accurately pay suppliers and charge customers and maintain accurate commitment records to enable effective budget monitoring and forecasting.
  • To oversee and maintain the sales ledger ensuring invoices are raised accurately and debts are collected on a timely basis.
  • The pursuit and collection of bad debt.
  • To oversee and maintain the sales ledger ensuring supplier invoices are coded accurately, approved in line with company processes and paid in a timely manner.
  • To oversee and reconcile procurement card records.
  • To ensure new suppliers are set up in a timely fashion.
  • Track and reconcile bank statements/transactions.
  • Create cost analysis reports (fixed and variable costs)
  • Process tax payments.
  • Record accounts payable and accounts receivable.
  • Process invoices and follow up with clients, suppliers and partners as needed.
  • Provide administrative support during budget preparation.
  • Participate in quarterly and annual audits.
  • Processing of Direct Debits.
  • Assist the financial supervisor and head of finance in creating financial reports on a regular basis.
  • Answer questions and provide assistance to stakeholders, customers and clients as needed.
  • Suggest changes or improvements to increase accuracy, efficiency and cost reductions.
  • Act as the first point of call for finance queries both from within the company and externally.
  • To contribute to office cover.
  • Any other duties assigned.

Experience and skills:

  • Experience of working on accounts payable, accounts receivable, cashier and general ledger functions. (E)
  • Experience of processing direct debits and working with BACS protocols (D)
  • Experience of pursuing and collecting bad debt (D)
  • Basic VAT knowledge of Microsoft products such as Outlook or Excel (E)
  • Good data entry and typing skills (E)
  • Experience in dealing with difficult customers (E)
  • Ability to quickly learn new skills (E)
  • Experience in using accounting software and systems (E)
  • Experiences of working in a fast paced organisation and adapting to meet its changing needs (E)
  • Experience of managing time and workload (E)
  • Good customer service skills (E)

Knowledge and qualifications:

  • GCSE’s Grade C or above (or equivalent) in English and Maths (D)
  • Excellent Microsoft Excel Skills (E)
  • Understand the importance of Health and Safety (E)
  • Understand the importance of and commitment to Equalities and Diversity (E)

Finance Apprentice

Peterborough Limited are looking to recruit a Finance Apprentice.

Working within the Finance Team, the Finance Apprentice is responsible for the processing and analysing of financial data, supporting internal stakeholders, and maintaining records within the finance systems.

Full time, Contract

Key deliverables:

· Processing and recording various types of data.

· Assist Finance Supervisor in providing analyses and information for monthly management accounts.

· Analysing data and provide impactful insights and recommendations to key stakeholders.

· Preparing reports for internal stakeholders and client briefings.

· Preparing KPI information and data for monthly invoices.

· Maintain accurate records of the income and expenses in the P&L account.

· Maintaining records of stock levels.

· Reviewing payroll and vehicle data and providing analysis against budget.

· Provide background data for P&L and Balance Sheet.

· Investigate inaccuracies in data.

· Maintaining records in Agresso.

· To contribute to office cover

· Suggest changes or improvements to increase accuracy, efficiency and cost reductions

· Undertake other tasks as required.


· Strong computer skills, with a good working knowledge of Microsoft Excel.

· Strong mathematical ability.

· Good data and information management (e.g., identifying trends and patterns of information) and reporting skills (inc. use of relevant tools /applications).

· Ability to prioritise

· Strong organisational skills

· Good with deadlines

· Detail orientated

· Interpersonal skills

· Written and verbal communication skills

· Problem solving skills

· Able to work as part of a Team

· Genuine interest in developing a career

Passenger Transport Driver

Aragon Direct Services (a trading name of Peterborough Limited) are recruiting a part time or full time Passenger Transport Driver to work as part of their team based in Peterborough.

The main purpose of this role is to maintain a safe environment for pupils accessing transport services. Where required, working with a passenger assistant to provide high quality school transport service throughout the designated area, providing the service user with a positive experience of our transport services and reflect the values of Aragon Direct Services.

Hours of work – Monday to Friday, Term Time Only. 07.15 – 09.15 and 14.30 – 16.30 (split shift) or Full Time.

Based in Peterborough, this is a part time, term time only, permanent opportunity. In addition to a competitive salary, we also offer an attractive benefits package including pension scheme, holidays and life assurance scheme.

This is a rewarding role working with a variety of students. Assisting our service users daily to help promote independence.

What does the role involve?

  • To collect and deliver allocated clients from designated pick up points, to their destination, ensuring at all times that they are safe and comfortable, and that when travelling all occupants of the vehicle are securely strapped in position using the full range of restrain systems provided.
  • Report any concerns over behavioural, physical, mental or other health needs of the clients to the school and/or line manager. Completing accident forms where required.
  • Deliver the clients to the safe custody of their designated drop off point.
  • Complete regular bus pass checks and report any issues.
  • To undertake daily vehicle checks before use and at the end of each day (brakes, oil, water, tyres, cleanliness and any vehicle damage).
  • To keep tidy, whilst in possession, the vehicle (inside and out) and to report when interior/exterior clean is required.
  • Responsible for maintaining and conducting oneself in a professional manner towards colleagues and other agencies.
  • Display a good attitude to our clients, school staff, visitors, public and colleagues.

Licencing Requirements

· Unrestricted D1/Full PSV Licence or PCC Private Hire Badge

As part of the Induction process all applicants will undergo a drug and alcohol test, in addition to an enhanced DBS check.

Salary: starting at £9.50 per hour

Refuse Driver

Aragon Direct Services (a trading name of Peterborough Limited) are recruiting full time Refuse Drivers to work as part of their team based in Peterborough.

The main purpose of this role is to collect refuse and recycling from residential properties in Peterborough and dispose of it at the appropriate waste collection sites.

Hours of work – 37 hours Tuesday – Friday

What does the role involve?

  • Collect refuse/recycling from requested locations and dispose of at the appropriate waste collection sites.
  • Carry out daily vehicle inspections and complete appropriate paperwork.
  • Drive / load as directed.
  • Operate the compaction controls of a company vehicle when required.
  • Operate the ‘in cab device’.
  • Ensure that where premises, gates, barriers are unlocked to gain access and they are relocked, paying particular attention to the safeguarding of keys.
  • Carry out and assist with Loading responsibilities as required.
  • Ensure paperwork is completed fully and passed to the relevant Supervisor.
  • Ensure the satisfactory completion of work in accordance with instructions.
  • Ensure compliance with both company vehicle policy and all legislative requirements.

Requirements – qualifications

  • Driver CPC qualification.
  • Full Category C driving licence.

Requirements – experience:

  • Basic literacy and numeracy skills.
  • Driving experience.
  • Experience of using a Digital Tachograph Card is desirable.
  • Awareness of Health and Safety, Manual Handling, legislation, policies, and procedures.
  • Experience of refuse collection is preferable.

Requirements – personal characteristics

  • A desire to work to a high standard in all weathers with a flexible approach to hours of work. Working times will include Bank Holidays and weekends. Also including overtime.
  • Take pride in what you do and be self-motivated towards work. An ability to motivate your colleagues.
  • To be reliable, trustworthy, and punctual.
  • Ability to work under pressure, while maintaining high attention to details.
  • Seeing safety as a top priority and having a positive impact on other people’s wellbeing.
  • Ability to calmly deal with potentially confrontational interactions with members of the public.
  • Must be physically fit.

Waste Supervisor

Manage employees, who collects refuse and recycling from residential properties in Peterborough, either by manual means or by the use of wheeled bin lifting equipment, and subordinates, working in a team or individually, to maximize their performance and contribution.

Full time – 37 hours per week – Monday to Friday

Key deliverables:

  • The methods, materials and regulations used to collect, transport and dispose of waste. This includes recycling and monitoring of waste disposal and establish waste collection routes.
  • Schedule their work and activities, give instructions, motivate and direct the workers to meet the company objectives.
  • Monitor and measure how an employee undertakes their responsibilities and how well these activities are executed.
  • Identify areas for improvement and make suggestions to achieve this. Lead a group of people to help them achieve goals and maintain an effective working relationship among staff.
  • Ensure safety of site personnel; supervise correct use of protective equipment and clothing; understand and implement safety procedures.
  • Liaise with managers of other departments ensuring effective service and communication, i.e. sales, planning, purchasing, trading, distribution and technical.
  • Performance planning manage one’s time schedule and resources in order to finish tasks in a timely manner.
  • Full adherence and awareness of all aspects of Health and Safety, policies and procedures, Legislation, and Manual Handling.
  • Being prepared to partake in emergency work as driver when required.

Requirements – experience:

  • Literacy, numeracy and computer skills.
  • Awareness of Health and Safety, Manual Handling, legislation, policies and procedures.
  • Experience of refuse and commercial collections in a public or private sector is desirable.
  • Experience of managing a team of people is desirable
  • Category B licence

Requirements – qualifications

  • COTC Qualification is desirable

Requirements – personal characteristics

  • A desire to work to a high standard in all weathers with a flexible approach to hours of work. Working time will include Bank Holidays and weekends. Also overtime as required.
  • Take pride in what you do and be self-motivated towards work. An ability to motivate your colleagues.
  • To be reliable, trustworthy and punctual.
  • Ability to work under pressure, while maintaining high attention to details.
  • Seeing safety as a top priority and having a positive impact on other people’s wellbeing.
  • Ability to calmly deal with potentially confrontational interactions with members of the public.
  • Must be physically fit.

All successful applicants will undergo Drug and Alcohol Testing.

Cleaner – Part Time

Aragon Direct Services (a trading name of Peterborough Limited) are recruiting Cleaners to work as part of their team based in Peterborough.

The main purpose of these roles is to maintain a clean and safe environment for schools.

Working hours:

Monday to Friday – 10 hours minimum or

Friday to Monday – 3 hours per day

What do the roles involve?

  • Emptying bins and removing waste to a designated area.
  • Cleaning, washing, sweeping, mopping, dusting, polishing and vacuuming to a required standard.
  • Cleaning toilets and washrooms to the required standard where allocated.
  • Using powered equipment where necessary (vacuums, carpet cleaners, scrubbing machines) Training given on induction.
  • Cleaning of work surfaces and furniture as directed.

What are we looking for?

  • Previous cleaning experience.
  • Able to work on own.
  • Excellent customer service skills.
  • Communicating effectively with the client and members of the public.
  • You will take pride in the work you do and want to do a good job.
  • A wiliness to learn new things and a flexible approach to work tasks.
  • Due to the nature of the role you need to be hard working, reliable, punctual and trustworthy.

As part of the Induction process all applicants will undergo a drug and alcohol test and DBS check.

Salary: starting at £9.50 per hour

Lead Arborist/Climber 

Aragon Direct Services (a trading name of Peterborough Limited) are looking to recruit an experienced arborist/climber to lead our small team of arborists/grounds staff based in Peterborough, managing Peterborough City Council’s tree stock. 

The work undertaken as part of our contract with the City Council offers a varied and diverse mix of urban and woodland tree works, ranging from cyclical scheduled ward works to reactive unplanned tree works and maintenance.

This is permanent position, 37.5 hours a week (Mon-Fri 8am – 4pm) offering an immediate start

What are we looking for?

  • Arborist/climber with 5+ years’ experience
  • Qualifications as below
  • Self-motivated and hard working
  • Ability to lead a small team of up to 5 arborists/grounds staff
  • Ability to operate company vehicles up to 3.5T and tow chippers
  • Desire and ability to consistently work to a high standard with a flexible approach
  • Commitment and focus upon health and safety and the ability to follow and lead on safe working practices at all times.
  • Ability to proactively recognise health and safety issues and take positive appropriate action
  • Ability to follow work instructions, both written and oral, to a high standard.
  • Ability to understand and complete documents/forms to a high standard and log works on a tablet based system

Experience and Qualifications

Candidates should have evidence of the below as a minimum:

  • CS30/31, CS38 and CS39 certification
  • CS40, CS41 certification (desirable)
  • Woodchipper certification
  • Full driving licence with towing licence
  • First Aid certification
  • NRSWA unit 2 (desirable)
  • PA1, PA6 (desirable)
  • CAT and Genny (desirable)

Service delivery will include, but is not limited to;

  • Undertaking all aspects of tree works including felling, dismantling, pruning, pollarding etc.
  • Undertaking tree planting, shrub/hedge reduction works, vegetation clearance works, brushcutting etc
  • Safely driving company vehicles and operating all plant and machinery
  • Completing appropriate safety checks on all vehicles and equipment, and carrying out appropriate maintenance, and reporting defects as required.
  • Ensuring that all team members are following correct procedures and safety protocols
  • Ensuring daily work schedules are followed, and to a consistent high standard.
  • Ensuring that the requisite safety and wildlife risk assessments are undertaken per job
  • Using tablet based software to log and record works completion
  • Liaising with members of the public, other team members, managers and sub-contractors in a professional and courteous manner.
  • Assisting with other areas of the contract as required.

What can Aragon Direct Services offer ?

  • Sector competitive salary
  • Generous annual leave of 24 days + 8 bank holidays
  • Secure fixed work based in one location for a local authority client
  • Training and development
  • Full top end PPE and uniform
  • Free gym membership at Vivacity sites

All successful applicants will be required to undergo drug and alcohol testing prior to start and this forms a prerequisite for the job offer and start.


General Purpose

To conserve and provide access to Flag Fen Archaeology Park’s natural environment and buildings and to ensure the site is kept in a good condition so that our visitors, staff and volunteers have a safe and enjoyable experience.

Permanent, Part time – 24 hours per week

Key Deliverables

  • You’ll help to care for and enhance the rare and protected habitat at Flag Fen, ecological monitoring, and site presentation/customer experience.
  • You will look after this archaeologically significantly rich landscape. Come rain or shine, your enthusiasm will inspire others as you strive to ensure that this landscape is safe and beautifully presented. 
  • To deliver practical conservation work to protect and enhance the site and its conservation.
  • To engage with visitors and ensure they have the opportunity to understand works being carried out.
  • To Supervise Assistant rangers, volunteers and be responsible for the day-to-day management of volunteer practical work and group tasks.
  • To act as assistant key holder for the site, including opening and securing the premises.
  • To assist with caring for livestock and ensuring good standards of animal husbandry are maintained.
  • To deliver high quality customer service for visitors including welcoming and greeting, providing information, giving assistance and advice, and responding to customer needs.
  • To ensure that all security, safety, and H&S procedures for visitors are followed and maintained in order to ensure the safety of all users of Flag Fen.
  • Actively participate with various Heritage projects and activities as appropriate e.g.- summer & educational activities, trails, material preparation etc.
  • To assist the with the emergency plan for Flag Fen and its collections and archaeological assets, attending all callouts as required affecting those collections or archaeological assets.
  • Ensure that all equipment is used safely, in accordance with Health & Safety guidance.
  • To ensure that risk assessments are followed for relevant areas of work and as necessary.
  • To carry out all responsibilities about Peterborough Limited Equalities Policy and Procedures and Customer Care Policy.
  • To comply with all Health & Safety at work requirements as laid down by the employer.
  • To provide cover and support for fellow team members in order to ensure delivery of team responsibilities, as appropriate and as requested by the team line manager.

Requirements –Experience

  • Practical experience in relevant land, conservation and access management.
  • Practical experience of field identification are required.
  • Experience of working with a diverse range of customers in a customer focused environment.
  • Experience of providing information and/or advice to the general public
  • Experience of supervising volunteer teams
  • Experience of maintaining and looking after an outdoor visitor site
  • Practical experience of handling materials and using hand tools
  • Practical experience of general grounds maintenance machinery 
  • Awareness of Health and Safety principles and practice in the workplace
  • Ability to build relationships, our vision is to work on landscape-scale conservation, this requires us to work with numerous partners like the RSPB, Natural England, Anglian Water, the Environment Agency, and Historic England.  

Requirements – Qualifications

  • Driving license

Requirements – Personal Characteristics

  • You’ll need to enjoy working with people, love the outdoors and have a passion for nature conservation
  • A passion for heritage and bringing the past alive
  • A passion for the natural environment and wildlife
  • Ability to communicate effectively in writing and verbally
  • Ability to teach new skills and give clear instructions
  • Ability to teach traditional skills (such as hedge laying).
  • Ability to successfully multi-task, manage time effectively and prioritise
  • Ability to work independently or as part of a team
  • Ability to work on own initiative, where necessary
  • Ability to supervise, train and inspire volunteers
  • Ability to use IT and promote site using social media

Other Points

Flag Fen is designated as a scheduled ancient monument for its internationally significant archaeology. Although not designated for nature, it provides important habitats for red listed species that thrive in the fen edge wetlands. Our vison for the future is to develop and implement a fenland restoration project, that will not only help the site cope with the effects of environmental change and the gradual desiccation of the fens, but also connect people to Flag Fen’s countryside through experiences that inspire, educate, and entertain, leading people to share and develop our vision. We want our visitors and stakeholders to ensure that Flag Fen is accessible for people of all ages to discover wildlife and connect with nature and the rich pre-historic discoveries that we are able to showcase.  

The role requires a flexible approach to service delivery and may include evenings and weekend working where appropriate. 

This is a description of the job as it is constituted at the date shown.  It is the practice of this organisation to periodically examine job descriptions, update them and ensure that they relate to the job performed, or to incorporate any proposed changes.  This procedure will be conducted by the appropriate manager in consultation with the post-holder.

In these circumstances it will be the aim to reach agreement on reasonable changes, but if agreement is not possible Peterborough Limited reserves the right to make changes to your job description following consultation.

Our Mission & Our Values

Our Mission:

Peterborough Limited is committed to ensuring Peterborough is a better place to live and work. Our mission and key drivers capture the role we play in delivering this aspiration. At Peterborough Limited you can expect an open and honest working environment, where everyone shares the same passion for delivering at a high standard and where loyalty is valued highly. In return we expect you to share and practice our values on a daily basis. 

Our Values:

People Focused – Putting customers, staff and volunteers at the centre of what we do

Fairness – Treating people with honesty, openness and respect 

Working together – Sharing knowledge and expertise by engaging with others to do things better 

Can do, will do – Having a positive, flexible approach and delivering what we say 

Learn & Improve – Learning from our experiences and those of others to improve

Maintenance Technician

General purpose

To assist and support in the safe and effective operation of leisure services plant and machinery, as well as at any other locations managed by Peterborough Limited as required, ensuring optimum conditions are maintained.

To carry out planned maintenance tasks to ensure company facilities remain fit for purpose and attractive to customers and users of the facilities.

To support Property Services with in-house delivery of maintenance tasks, both reactively and as part of planned maintenance.

Permanent – 40 hours per week

Key Deliverables


Experience & Skills

  • Experience in delivering great customer service 
  • Experienced in the use of equipment and hand tools deployed in maintaining plant, equipment and building fabric 
  • Experience of maintaining plant, equipment and building fabric within an operational public building and customer focussed environment 
  • Ability to carrying out work in a manner that minimises customer disruption 
  • Ability to work in a team in a multi-use facility, and across a number of locations
  • Ability to deal with emergency maintenance situations effectively and efficiently 
  • Experience of working across multiple sites 
  • Ability to quickly learn new skills 


Knowledge & Qualifications

  • Level 2 NVQ qualification (or equivalent) in a recognised building, mechanical or electrical trade. 
  • A Pool Plant Operator qualification (Pools) or willingness and ability to gain (with support from the company) in 12 weeks
  • A First Aid at Work qualification or willingness and ability to gain (with support from the company) in 12 weeks 
  • An enhanced DBS check 
  • A full valid driving license or ability to easily get to all facilities 
  • Understand the importance of Health and Safety and its application 
  • Understand of the importance of and commitment to Equalities and Diversity and its application


Interpersonal Skills

  • Great Customer Service
  • Flexibility in working, including evening, weekend and Bank Holiday where cover is needed 
  • Effective interpersonal skills 
  • A good team worker 
  • Excellent verbal communication skills 
  • A positive can-do attitude