At Creed Foodservice, we’re creating a great place to work, with great people
Passion, core values and a great customer experience are at the heart of our business
Established in 1972, we are an ambitious family business within the foodservice industry. We deliver a great range of multi-temperature food products, including our butchery and fresh range to caterers across the country from our bases in Gloucestershire, Derbyshire, and Buckinghamshire. It’s a great place to be and we are proud of our role in supporting our local community. We are dedicated to creating a great place to work and have achieved a Best Companies ‘one to watch’ status for two consecutive years, followed by a Best Companies ‘one star’ in 2017. Our people are committed to our values of commercial, friendly, nurturing and proud. We work hard and are committed to providing a great service but we ensure we have fun and continue to develop our people along the way. Our employees often get involved in charity events, attend the Director breakfasts, put forward their ideas for improvement and contribute in the team briefings.
The benefits of working for us
Living Wage Employer, Life Assurance, Childcare Voucher Scheme, Savings Scheme, Training Opportunities, Discounted Staff Purchases, Staff Lottery, Auto-enrolment Pension Scheme, Minimum of 24 Days Holiday (Pro-Rata) Plus Bank Holidays, An Additional Day Off to Support a Charity of Your Choice, Long Service Awards & Many More.
Development and Progression at Creed Foodservice
Foodservice is an exciting, fast-paced and challenging industry to work in, and we’re proud to support, encourage and reward our people and teams at all levels across all departments to progress with ongoing development, training and recognition. Recent internal training initiatives include the ‘Creed Exceed’ Development Programme, LEAD, Sales Training, and Drivers Academy. With a broad range of business functions dedicated to delivering quality products, high service levels and added value to internal and external customers, we are able to offer clear progression internally for those who are keen to pursue a career, learn new skills and bring their knowledge to other areas of the business.
Armed Forces Covenant
We signed up to the Armed Forces Covenant in 2015 to show our support for the UK’s armed forces community. Signing the corporate covenant marked Creed’s recognition of the value that serving regular and reservist personnel, veterans and military families contribute to its business and to the UK. The company aims to offer employment where possible to ex-servicemen and women, and support any reservists.
Read our full ‘Armed Forces Covenant’ here
We are an equal opportunities employer and welcome applications from all suitably qualified persons regardless of their race, sex, disability, religion/belief, sexual orientation or age, as outlined in our equal opportunities policy.
Please see our current opportunities below. If you would like to be part of a growing, dynamic business and share our values, please send your CV to us with a covering email, to: email@example.com and we’ll keep your CV on file.
Contracted hours: 27.5 hours per week (5 out of 7 days)
Benefits: Living Wage Foundation Employer, Life Assurance, Savings Scheme, Training & Development Opportunities, Discounted Staff Purchases, Staff Lottery, Auto-enrolment Pension Scheme, Online Discount Package and many more
The role of HR Administrator is a varied and vital role within the HR department. The key objective of the role is to provide accurate and timely administrative support to the key business processes. This is a busy role where you will be responsible for the day to day HR administration.
Some responsibilities of the role include:
- Maintaining and updating employee records
- Producing all new starter contracts and welcome packs
- Sending a weekly report of outstanding documentation to management teams
- Supporting the leaver administration process
- Timely and accurate updating of employee training records and tracker
- Supporting the Exit Interview process
- Providing recruitment administration support
- Establishing and maintaining good working relationships with internal and external customers
To be considered for this role you will ideally need to have demonstrable experience in an HR environment and relevant HR knowledge and administration experience. Good IT skills and the ability to work off your own initiative is essential along with the ability to maintain confidentiality in accordance with data protection policies. You will have excellent organisational skills, and will be confident in communicating effectively with employees at all levels. A basic knowledge of Employment Law would be desirable.
To apply for this position, please send your CV and a covering letter to firstname.lastname@example.org detailing why you are perfect for this role and what value you can add to the business.