Elevate Direct

Elevate Direct West Midlands, UK
22/06/2018
Contractor
Buyer - (Non Production Purchasing) - Coventry/Leicester/Northampton/Rugby/Birmingham Our Client, an Iconic Global Automotive OEM, with cutting-edge facilities is actively seeking a Buyer (Non Production Purchasing) to join their dynamic Purchasing team with the overall responsibility for putting in place best practice contracts with existing suppliers for the Educational Programmes (ie Apprenticeships, degree programmes and professional Institutions courses) Duties & Responsibilities: Responsible for internal stakeholder engagement on operational requirements Responsible for advising stakeholders on best practice contracting, eg Service Level Agreements and Key Performance Indicators, change control, governance, problem resolution, etc. Responsible to work with Office of General Council for input on all legal matters Responsible for drafting agreements (with support of stakeholders) Responsible for contract negotiation and implementation with suppliers Responsible for completing internal deviation paperwork relating to final versions of contracts Key Performance Indicators will include fit for purpose contracts created and implemented for all key suppliers identified to support on-going quality performance. Key Accountabilities: Contract Creation and Implementation Responsible for working with Stakeholders and Legal to build on current contract documentation to create best practice contract documentation Responsible for negotiating these contracts with the suppliers and reaching agreement for implementation within specified deadlines Responsible for handing over implemented contracts to the Category Buyer, in line with the contract handover process. Responsible for adhering to the Company Contract Management guide Responsible for continuing positive working relationships with Suppliers Essential Knowledge, Skills and Experience An individual who is results driven, demonstrates, tenacity, drive and perseverance, with the ability to deliver in a complex, highly demanding environment. Degree qualified or equivalent experience preferred Commercial Awareness and Negotiation skills Understand category management principles Strategic thinking Global business understanding and experience Operational Contract Management experience Relationship management - internal and external Category knowledge and demonstrated experience Flexibility and agility to be able to adjust to changing business needs If you match these requirements, please apply in the normal way. Elevate will send you an email, please open, click and action that email and your application will be visible to the hiring organisation directly.
Elevate Direct West Midlands, UK
21/06/2018
Contractor
Buyer - (Non Production Purchasing) - Coventry/Leicester/Northampton/Rugby/Birmingham Our Client, an Iconic Global Automotive OEM, with cutting-edge facilities is actively seeking a Buyer (Non Production Purchasing) to join their dynamic Purchasing team with the overall responsibility for putting in place best practice contracts with existing suppliers for the Educational Programmes (ie Apprenticeships, degree programmes and professional Institutions courses) Duties & Responsibilities: Responsible for internal stakeholder engagement on operational requirements Responsible for advising stakeholders on best practice contracting, eg Service Level Agreements and Key Performance Indicators, change control, governance, problem resolution, etc. Responsible to work with Office of General Council for input on all legal matters Responsible for drafting agreements (with support of stakeholders) Responsible for contract negotiation and implementation with suppliers Responsible for completing internal deviation paperwork relating to final versions of contracts Key Performance Indicators will include fit for purpose contracts created and implemented for all key suppliers identified to support on-going quality performance. Key Accountabilities: Contract Creation and Implementation Responsible for working with Stakeholders and Legal to build on current contract documentation to create best practice contract documentation Responsible for negotiating these contracts with the suppliers and reaching agreement for implementation within specified deadlines Responsible for handing over implemented contracts to the Category Buyer, in line with the contract handover process. Responsible for adhering to the Company Contract Management guide Responsible for continuing positive working relationships with Suppliers Essential Knowledge, Skills and Experience An individual who is results driven, demonstrates, tenacity, drive and perseverance, with the ability to deliver in a complex, highly demanding environment. Degree qualified or equivalent experience preferred Commercial Awareness and Negotiation skills Understand category management principles Strategic thinking Global business understanding and experience Operational Contract Management experience Relationship management - internal and external Category knowledge and demonstrated experience Flexibility and agility to be able to adjust to changing business needs If you match these requirements, please apply in the normal way. Elevate will send you an email, please open, click and action that email and your application will be visible to the hiring organisation directly.
Elevate Direct Leeds, West Yorkshire, UK
21/06/2018
Contractor
Process Engineer - Leeds - £24 - £30 Per Hour - 6 months Duties & Responsibilities (leadership, people development, planning and execution) Process review and optimisation of specified process area/s. To input into new product development, to ensure timely introduction into production and that they are operationally cost effective. Initiation/completion of deviations, remedial actions, CAPA's and other quality system documentation. Control and direct manufacturing validation effort for existing and new processes. Active member of multifunctional process and production improvement team. Application of world class manufacturing tools and techniques (Lean, ME2) within aligned process areas. Problem identification and resolution to root cause. Responsible for Waste reduction in area Actively drives process improvement projects to achieve OEE targets for area of responsibility Leadership and coordination of onsite Process Excellence initiatives and activities including certification, re-certification and promotion of PE awareness on site. Input into machinery purchases, investigating new technologies for existing processes. To follow and promote Company, HS&E and Quality standards to enable the site to achieve and maintain excellent results To liaise with outside contractors whilst leading projects from conception to commissioning and handover. To ensure that processes are robust and as efficient and effective as possible. Ensures that all activities are carried out in compliance with all regulations and laws governing business and quality operations (FDA/GMP/BSI/ISO, etc.). Responsible for ensuring company compliance with all local, national, international and company regulations, policies and procedures for Health, Safety and Environmental compliance. Accountable for HSE compliance for their area of responsibility. Competencies Ability to carry out structured problem solving and Credo based decision making skills. Understands and applies HR policies and systems. Knowledge of CMW organization and products Knowledge of PEx, ME2 and Lean principles Knowledge of Business Continuity Process and capable to lead fault finding processes Complies with Johnson and Johnson training requirements. Knowledge of Quality Management Systems Knowledge of Health, Safety and Environment system requirements. Appreciation of budget planning and control. Understanding of the CapEx process Ability to communicate and co-operate effectively at appropriate levels across different internal functions both orally and written. Ability to work effectively as part of a team Management of own workload and ability to work independently using own initiative. Good organizational skills Experience Experience in engineering/process engineering preferably in a medical devices/pharmaceutical environment. Proven track record of installing/validating new equipment and processes in a highly regulated environment. Experience in Lean Manufacturing Initiatives to deliver business benefit. Ability to deliver projects on time and to budget. Able to demonstrate process, equipment improvements and waste reduction savings. Education Technical degree in related discipline (Engineering/Science/Chemical) preferred Minimum HND in related discipline Experience within same or similar industry. Ideally certified to Green Belt standard Additional information about the process Johnson & Johnson is an American multinational medical devices, pharmaceutical and consumer packaged goods manufacturer founded in 1886. This job with Johnson & Johnson is a temporary assignment and is being managed by Kelly Services on behalf of Johnson & Johnson. Successful candidates will be placed at the Johnson & Johnson assignment and managed by Kelly Services. If you match these requirements, please apply in the normal way. Elevate will send you an email, please open, click and action that email and your application will be visible to the hiring organisation directly.
Elevate Direct Leeds, West Yorkshire, UK
20/06/2018
Contractor
Process Engineer - Leeds - £24 - £30 Per Hour - 6 months Duties & Responsibilities (leadership, people development, planning and execution) Process review and optimisation of specified process area/s. To input into new product development, to ensure timely introduction into production and that they are operationally cost effective. Initiation/completion of deviations, remedial actions, CAPA's and other quality system documentation. Control and direct manufacturing validation effort for existing and new processes. Active member of multifunctional process and production improvement team. Application of world class manufacturing tools and techniques (Lean, ME2) within aligned process areas. Problem identification and resolution to root cause. Responsible for Waste reduction in area Actively drives process improvement projects to achieve OEE targets for area of responsibility Leadership and coordination of onsite Process Excellence initiatives and activities including certification, re-certification and promotion of PE awareness on site. Input into machinery purchases, investigating new technologies for existing processes. To follow and promote Company, HS&E and Quality standards to enable the site to achieve and maintain excellent results To liaise with outside contractors whilst leading projects from conception to commissioning and handover. To ensure that processes are robust and as efficient and effective as possible. Ensures that all activities are carried out in compliance with all regulations and laws governing business and quality operations (FDA/GMP/BSI/ISO, etc.). Responsible for ensuring company compliance with all local, national, international and company regulations, policies and procedures for Health, Safety and Environmental compliance. Accountable for HSE compliance for their area of responsibility. Competencies Ability to carry out structured problem solving and Credo based decision making skills. Understands and applies HR policies and systems. Knowledge of CMW organization and products Knowledge of PEx, ME2 and Lean principles Knowledge of Business Continuity Process and capable to lead fault finding processes Complies with Johnson and Johnson training requirements. Knowledge of Quality Management Systems Knowledge of Health, Safety and Environment system requirements. Appreciation of budget planning and control. Understanding of the CapEx process Ability to communicate and co-operate effectively at appropriate levels across different internal functions both orally and written. Ability to work effectively as part of a team Management of own workload and ability to work independently using own initiative. Good organizational skills Experience Experience in engineering/process engineering preferably in a medical devices/pharmaceutical environment. Proven track record of installing/validating new equipment and processes in a highly regulated environment. Experience in Lean Manufacturing Initiatives to deliver business benefit. Ability to deliver projects on time and to budget. Able to demonstrate process, equipment improvements and waste reduction savings. Education Technical degree in related discipline (Engineering/Science/Chemical) preferred Minimum HND in related discipline Experience within same or similar industry. Ideally certified to Green Belt standard Additional information about the process Johnson & Johnson is an American multinational medical devices, pharmaceutical and consumer packaged goods manufacturer founded in 1886. This job with Johnson & Johnson is a temporary assignment and is being managed by Kelly Services on behalf of Johnson & Johnson. Successful candidates will be placed at the Johnson & Johnson assignment and managed by Kelly Services. If you match these requirements, please apply in the normal way. Elevate will send you an email, please open, click and action that email and your application will be visible to the hiring organisation directly.
Elevate Direct Surrey, UK
19/06/2018
Contractor
Regulatory Associate - Surrey Description: Part Time Opportunity (3 days per week) - Preparation of high quality,detailed regulatory documents using varied information sources. Liaising closely with other GSK personnel to ensure accuracy of such records. Working to agreed deadlines and maintaining records reflecting project status. Responsible for highlighting potential delaying factors promptly to line management and sharing knowledge of regulatory documentation and procedures with others to assist in problem solving. Additional information about the process Interested candidates should submit their CV in the first instance or call NAME The deadline for applications is 10am, 19/08/2018. CVs after this time cannot be considered but will be shortlisted for similar roles. GSK is a science led global healthcare company with a special purpose: to help people do more, feel better and live longer.
Elevate Direct Surrey, UK
19/06/2018
Contractor
Regulatory Associate - Surrey Description: Part Time Opportunity (3 days per week) - Preparation of high quality,detailed regulatory documents using varied information sources. Liaising closely with other GSK personnel to ensure accuracy of such records. Working to agreed deadlines and maintaining records reflecting project status. Responsible for highlighting potential delaying factors promptly to line management and sharing knowledge of regulatory documentation and procedures with others to assist in problem solving. Additional information about the process Interested candidates should submit their CV in the first instance or call NAME The deadline for applications is 10am, 19/08/2018. CVs after this time cannot be considered but will be shortlisted for similar roles. GSK is a science led global healthcare company with a special purpose: to help people do more, feel better and live longer.
Elevate Direct Uxbridge, Uxbridge, Greater London, UK
15/06/2018
Contractor
Senior Clinical Research Associate - Uxbridge - 12 months Celgene have an exciting opportunity for a Senior Clinical Research Associate to join their office in Uxbridge on an initial 1 year contract. The ideal candidate must havee UK experience: Some monitoring duties as required Ideally experience in study start up in the UK - line management experience would be a plus but not essential. Oncology/haematology experienc e preferred Early development experience preferred (ph I/II haem/ Contractor shall perform the following Services with activities including but not limited to: Monitor assigned clinical sites and ensure compliance of assigned studies with national and international regulatory requirements. Conduct pre-study, initiation, interim monitoring and close-out visits. Train assigned investigative sites in GCP and assure these sites are conducting research according to protocol and national laws. Review investigative sites' regulatory documentation and ensure compliance with GCP. Monitor informed consent process. Serve as main point of contact with assigned investigative sites. Review and update clinical files at assigned investigative sites. Initiate actions to ensure all assigned investigative sites are in compliance with protocol and GCP. Conduct Source Document Verification of CRFs against medical records to ensure CRFs are a valid representation of what happened to a subject while participating in the study. Create and properly file trip reports, follow-up letters and telephone contacts for assigned investigative sites Evaluate and Resolve Data Queries. Evaluate study query trends and interact with study team in improving data quality. Assist investigative site with the timely and accurate resolution of queries. Attend, participate and present at investigator meetings, as requested. Effectively negotiate and manage clinical study budgets for assigned investigative sites. Act as a liaison between Celgene and assigned investigative sites Identify new investigators for future Celgene studies. Assist in the review of draft Case Report Forms and Protocols, as requested. Participate in study and clinical team meetings. Communicate clinical performance data to other members of the management and scientific team. Assist in mentoring new CRAs, as requested. Up to approximately 80% site monitoring including travel with possible overnight stays. Comply with Celgene's corporate travel policy. Additional information about the process There will be travel required for study visits. The role will hold a 4 week notice period. Interested candidates should submit their CV in the first instance and contact Sophie for further information.
Elevate Direct Barnard Castle, Barnard Castle, County Durham DL12, UK
15/06/2018
Contractor
Project Engineer - Startforth, Barnard Castle Description: Project Engineer to work on piped services, HVAC and process equipment projects on the Barnard Castle site. Will need a background in probably Mechanical Engineering, possibly Chemical Engineering. Previous experience of working in and around clean areas highly desirable. Barnard Castle is a secondary pharma site in which active ingredients are converted into products such as injections, nasal sprays and creams/ointments, history says that candidates from a food/dairy background have more relevant experience and knowledge than those from a bulk primary pharmaceuticals background. This role does not require any shift working The deadline for this role is 12pm 15th June, any CV's received after this date will not be considered for this role but will be saved for future opportunities. If you match these requirements, please apply in the normal way. Elevate will send you an email, please open, click and action that email and your application will be visible to the hiring organisation directly.