Senior IT Engineer | Southampton | Salary: £35,000 – £40,000

Digital Waffle is working with a highly successful and fast growing MSP, who are looking for a Senior IT Engineer. The ideal candidate will have a strong background in IT support, looking to step up into a leadership role, and a passion for delivering outstanding customer service.


  • Manage and oversee the day-to-day operations of the 1st Line Service Desk team.
  • Provide leadership, guidance, and support to team members, fostering a collaborative and high-performance work environment.
  • Ensure timely and effective resolution of client issues and requests, maintaining high levels of customer satisfaction.
  • Monitor service desk performance metrics and KPIs, identifying areas for improvement and implementing strategies to enhance efficiency and effectiveness.
  • Develop and maintain service desk processes, procedures, and documentation to ensure consistency and quality of service delivery.
  • Act as a point of escalation for complex or critical incidents, working closely with other teams to facilitate resolution.


  • Strong technical knowledge of IT systems, networks, and infrastructure, with proficiency in troubleshooting and problem-solving.
  • Excellent communication skills, with the ability to interact effectively with clients, team members, and stakeholders at all levels.
  • Proven leadership abilities, including the ability to motivate, coach, and develop a team of support professionals.
  • Experience working in a Managed Service Provider (MSP) environment – Ideal.
  • ITIL certification – Ideal.

Office Administrator | Southampton | Salary: £21,674 – £28,000

Shedfield Equestrian Centre are recruiting for a new member of staff for our well established, friendly team.

We are looking for someone to work in our busy office. The successful candidate MUST be able to drive due to the rural location.

The job role includes:

– Answering the phone and assisting customers with queries.

– Taking payments over the phone.

– Filing paperwork and ensuring all documents are up to date.

– General administration duties.


-Use of Xero.

– Your role will be customer facing, so a friendly and polite manner is essential.

A knowledge of computers, Microsoft Word & Excel is advantageous. Some basic equine knowledge would also be very helpful.

Pay dependant on experience and can be discussed at interview.

Please email us your cv at:

Job Type: Full-time

Pay: £21,674.00-£28,000.00 per year


  • Canteen
  • Casual dress
  • Free parking
  • On-site parking
  • Store discount


  • 8 hour shift
  • Day shift

Part Time Finance Assistant | Southampton | £20K-£25K

Finance Assistant

TentBox is an exciting high-growth company based near Southampton. We are looking for a part-time Finance Assistant to join our growing team, to take responsibility for day-to-day financial transactions.


● Processing customer invoices through an automated system

● Processing supplier invoices through an automated system

● Reconciling multi-currency bank accounts with significant transaction volumes

● Assisting the Finance Manager in all other day to day tasks.

The Ideal Candidate

● Experience using Xero essential

● Experience of Excel or Google Sheets

● Experience using Shopify and working in the e-commerce industry or in a B2C environment an advantage

● Organised and able to work to deadlines

● Confident, polite and professional manner

● Demonstrate excellent attention to detail

What we offer

● Competitive pro-rata salary based on experience

● Up to 10% annual bonus scheme

● Pension contributions, through NEST

● Access to use all of our roof tents and other camping gear

● Free on-site parking

What you’ll love

● Free lunch food, snacks, coffee and tea provided at our HQ kitchen

● Regular company socials

● Casual dress (you’ll also be provided with a range of TentBox branded clothing)

● A cool, casual open-plan working environment

● Relaxed and friendly company culture

● A unique opportunity to work with a rapidly growing company set for global expansion

Job Type: Part-time

Pay: £20,000.00-£25,000.00 per year

Expected hours: 16 per week

Teacher of Digital Skills & Media | Totton | Salary: £36,047

At Totton College, we educate, nurture and transform lives.

Would you like to join an outstanding team of professionals who make a positive impact on society by offering a range of vocational and academic learning routes to create independent, socially inclusive and economically active citizens to lead meaningful and prosperous lives?

Who are we looking for?

We are in search of an inspirational Teacher of Digital Skills and Media who can teach Teaching L2 Digital Skills and Media as well as 14-16s school group. The role has potential to develop into full time the following year based on learner numbers and delivery of L3

Duties and responsibilities include but are not limited to:

· To be flexible in supporting the enrolment of students on to courses as directed by the Head of Curriculum and Quality.

· The ability to teach learning across a range of courses as appropriate offered by the Faculty.

· The ability to use information technology to benefit the teaching and learning experience of students at all levels.

· To ensure that students are taught effectively and encouraged to succeed, using appropriate assessment techniques.

· To act as a personal tutor as required.

· To attend Open Days, Taster Days, Parent’s Evening and Results Day as directed by the Head of Curriculum and Quality.

If you enjoy a challenge and seek the rewards found in transforming the lives of disadvantaged young people and adults then we want to hear from you.

Salary is dependent on experience and qualifications held.

Ideally we are seeking candidates who have:

· A Teaching qualification

· Ability to engage and inspire students with a range of abilities

· Experience delivering and assessing Digital Skills and Media on OCR specification.

· Relevant industry experience

A DBS check will be required for this role.

Please apply on-line

Job Types: Full-time, Permanent

Senior Horticulture Buyer | Romsey | Salary: Competitive

Hillier Nurseries Ltd; a family business, has been growing for over 150 years and is passionate about a lot of things. At our core, we care most about our planet, our people, and our future. Evidenced by our Planet Mark certification.
We remain a family business to this day and continue to stay true to our horticultural roots, championing the creation of green living spaces. Inspiring every generation to embrace the natural world is our mission, and as we succeed in this, our business and family are growing.
You will join the business at an exciting stage in its growth as several new centres and significant redevelopments are maximised and we broaden our product offering to become a true leisure destination.
This role is being offered on a permanent, full-time basis of 37.5 hours a week and will be based at our headquarters in Ampfield, Hampshire.
What we offer

  • Competitive salary (based on experience)
  • Car allowance.
  • Health insurance.
  • Enhanced Group Pension Scheme.
  • Life Assurance.
  • 31days annual leave (including bank holidays).
  • 20% staff discount
  • Enhanced Employee Assistance Programme for both you and your immediate family, including free counselling on health, financial, legal and personal/family matters.
  • Company Christmas gifts (eligibility based on start date with Company).
  • Free access to the Sir Harold Hillier Gardens, Romsey and deals at other gardens nationally.

This pivotal role is key to the success of Hillier, holding responsibility for both retail sales as well as planning what we grow on our own nursery.
The role:

  • Nursery production and range planning – working with our Head of Nurseries to ensure that the range grown on our own nursery optimises the return for the overall company.
  • Stock flow – ensuring that stock planned from our nurseries and partners flows to the centres, whilst taking account of space limitations at both our centres and our nursery.
  • Supplier management – ensuring that we receive the very best commercial terms, quality, and availability. Making Hillier the ‘must supply’ retailer.
  • Conduct regular market research to stay updated on industry trends, pricing, and new product availability.
  • Stakeholder management – building strong relationships with other head office and operational teams to ensure the execution of your ranges meet a consistently high standard across the business.
  • Efficiently follow critical paths for POS, customer communications, and events ensuring 100% accuracy and delivery enhancing the customer journey and maximising sales.
  • Manage stock, retails, promotions, and range to ensure maximum profitability whilst minimising wastage. Through excellent planning and inflight management, budgeted profit and sales are always achieved.
  • Ensure the Hillier portfolio is delivered in an ethical, sustainable, and legal way in the sourcing of product ranges, aligned to the overall business strategy.
  • Analyse and evaluate overall performance against the original strategy and identify lessons to learn for future business cycles.
  • The role involves both office and nursery work environments, with travel to meet with suppliers and attend industry events.

To succeed in this role you will be creative, energetic, a strategic thinker and a strong team player. You will be passionate about product and have a clear vision of how your ranges and products will appeal to our customers, whilst ensuring our offer is truly unique.

  • Excellent planning skills.
  • Agility – ensuring we make the most out of every day, ensuring profits are maximised by balancing the trade-off between sales action and write off.
  • In depth knowledge of horticulture with a keen interest in new varieties and trends.
  • Experience of working in a similar role for a multi-site retailer.
  • Experience in managing a diverse portfolio of suppliers and products.
  • Excellent organisational and efficient working practices with strong attention to detail.
  • Fantastic verbal and written communication skills.
  • Proficient using Microsoft Office.
  • Able to manipulate complex data.
  • Knowledge of the gardening market and garden centres.

Have we captured your interest, and would you like to know more? Then please apply and we will be in touch with you soon.

Job Type: Full-time

Yard Supervisor | Chandlers Ford | Salary: £33,709

Our Business

Selwood is the leading pump rental solutions company in the UK. We have an outstanding reputation for exceptional customer service backed by one of the largest fleets of quality pump products. Each customer and each project is unique and our deep technical knowledge means we are proud to deliver a bespoke and genuine 24/7, 365 days-a-year service.

With an unrivalled depth of technical pumping expertise; a pedigree spanning seven decades and employing a wide variety of skilled staff throughout our nationwide network of branches, our ever-growing business is one of the largest privately owned companies serving the Water, Environmental and Construction industries.

We are committed to ensuring our staff have the right skills, knowledge & experience to deliver to our customers, as well as creating career paths to help develop, retain and motivate them.

About The Role

To support the operations of our busy Chandlers Ford branch, Selwood Pump Rental Solutions are inviting applications for the position of Yard Supervisor to join our friendly team.

In this role you will provide vital support to the branch operations. You will be yard-based supervising and assisting with various duties in conjunction with the loading and unloading of lorries to ensure timely delivery of our pumps and associated equipment in time to meet our customers expectations.

Task and Responsibilities within the yard:

  • You will be required to look for ways to improve our high standards of Health & Safety and also ways to make processes more efficient.
  • Be able to physically assist with loading and unloading of vehicles, checking Hiring items against paperwork, missing & damaged items and fuel charges.
  • Carrying out post hires for static ancillary equipment such as Road Ramps, Drips Trays etc.
  • You will be testing all lay flat hoses, cleaning, rolling, and clearly marking size and length of each roll.
  • You will be required to assist fitting staff with tasks as instructed, i.e. lifting, moving, in depot or on-site.
  • Be able to clean hire equipment prior to entry to workshop, using pressure/steam-cleaning equipment.
  • You will need to be able to communicate accurately to your supervisor, work colleagues and customers re job specifications when required.
  • In your role you will be helping prepare ancillaries and accessories for all jobs going out on hire.
  • Be able to assist where necessary with CRT Jobs / Confined Spaces
  • You will carry out small deliveries and collections to or from customer’s sites, suppliers or within our branch network to agreed timelines.

Qualifications & Skills required:

  • Forklift Licence.
  • Previous work history within a similar environment
  • Good communicator with a can do attitude.
  • Reliability and good time keeping essential for this position.
  • Computer Literate to a good level
  • Full UK Driving Licence

What we can offer you

  • Competitive salary
  • Enhanced Overtime rates of pay
  • Pension scheme with contribution based on total earnings not just salary
  • 24 days holiday + 8 Bank Holidays
  • Increasing annual leave entitlement with long service
  • Support for development and training
  • Employee assistance programme
  • Employee discount scheme
  • Employee referral scheme
  • On-site parking

Logistics Admin Coordinator | Totton | Salary: Competitive

Our client, a well-established & successful family-owned freight forwarder in Totton is looking to recruit a Logistics Admin Coordinator to join their expanding team.

Are you a natural organiser, find it easy to coordinate and prioritise? Do you have great admin & communication skills? If the answer is yes, and you want to join a friendly, positive company and work within the fast paced logistics industry – this could be the role for you.

The Role:

You will work closely with the freight forwarding & logistics teams, who manage the flow of goods on behalf of their customers across the globe. You could be assisting with shipping documents, managing supplier documents and invoices, through to raising purchase orders, updating warehouse systems and no doubt assisting in arranging the odd shipment or delivery too.

Essential Criteria:

  • Previous admin experience
  • Positive, can-do attitude
  • Attention to detail
  • Good communication skills
  • Ability to problem solve

About the Company:

This company is well established, family owned & managed business who looks after their staff. Great working environment, supportive management & friendly team.

Salary & Benefits:

The company is looking to pay a competitive salary for the right person depending on your experience. Pension & free parking also form part of the benefit package.

Apply now to find out more (confidentiality assured).