Elevate Direct

Elevate Direct Worthing, UK
08/12/2018
Contractor
Laboratory Analyst/Assistant - Worthing - £11.50 Per Hour - 6 months Description Carry out laboratory analysis and associated tasks as required, to support the laboratory team in order to provide an effective analytical service. Practice Good Manufacturing Practice and compliance with EHS regulations within the laboratory, ensuring these standards are maintained at all times. Maintain effective working relationships with section, customers and suppliers, and actively contribute to improvement initiatives within the laboratory group, and cross-functional teams. To develop technical skills and knowledge in order to support the laboratory team. To accurately record and check analytical data in compliance with local and company regulations. To generate and maintain own training records in order to show, analytical and procedural competence. Involvement in projects to support technical functions Work in a team with flexible approach and good communication skills Planning and organising required together with report writing. Additional information about the process All profiles will be reviewed against the required skills and experience. Due to the high number of applications, we will only be able to respond to successful applicants in the first instance. We thank you for your interest and the time taken to apply. 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 Dorset, UK
07/12/2018
Contractor
Administrator Reference: CBS9NM Location: Winfrith, Dorset Rate: £13.40 per hour PAYE Job Type: Contract, Duration: 12 months - 24 months Contact details: Natalie Mohamed - (see below) Capita Resourcing is the strategic resourcing business within Capita plc. We are the chosen provider of agency workers and permanent recruitment for the Nuclear Decommissioning Authority (NDA) collaborative framework, across nuclear sites and offices UK wide. Purpose Reporting to the Senior Project Manager - Plant & Structures, this role is required to provide a full and efficient administration service to the team. Duties Arrange meetings, book rooms, organise refreshment and equipment as and when necessary for key personnel on the team. Organise travel and accommodation for project members. Drafting of correspondence to support day to day progressing of task deliverables. Prepare agendas, minutes and action plans as required. Act as the document control officer for the project. The role will include maintaining the document management system and archiving documents as necessary. Responsible for raising orders, dealing with queries from the project team and suppliers about the procurement process and receipting orders as required. Dealing with customer queries and resolving them within levels of experience and competence. Prepare the Harwell/Winfrith Team Brief. Ad hoc duties. Essential Experience Experience of providing a wide range of administrative support activities. Good knowledge of IT systems and MS Office packages Ability to co-ordinate and manage a variety of activities at the same time with changing priorities. Excellent communication and inter-personal skills and be able to work closely with other members of a diverse team. Good housekeeping and organisation skills. Ability to learn quickly and work unsupervised. Ability to be able to work to deadlines. NuclearWorks welcomes applications from all suitably qualified people regardless of gender, race, disability, age or sexual orientation. NuclearWorks is a trading name of Capita Business Services Ltd. Services offered are those of an Employment Agency and Employment Business. For successful candidates interviews will be held on Monday 17th December and Tuesday 18th December 2018 You will need to be available on these dates 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 Dorset, UK
07/12/2018
Contractor
Administrator Reference: CBS9NM Location: Winfrith, Dorset Rate: £13.40 per hour PAYE Job Type: Contract, Duration: 12 months - 24 months Contact details: Natalie Mohamed - (see below) Capita Resourcing is the strategic resourcing business within Capita plc. We are the chosen provider of agency workers and permanent recruitment for the Nuclear Decommissioning Authority (NDA) collaborative framework, across nuclear sites and offices UK wide. Purpose Reporting to the Senior Project Manager - Plant & Structures, this role is required to provide a full and efficient administration service to the team. Duties Arrange meetings, book rooms, organise refreshment and equipment as and when necessary for key personnel on the team. Organise travel and accommodation for project members. Drafting of correspondence to support day to day progressing of task deliverables. Prepare agendas, minutes and action plans as required. Act as the document control officer for the project. The role will include maintaining the document management system and archiving documents as necessary. Responsible for raising orders, dealing with queries from the project team and suppliers about the procurement process and receipting orders as required. Dealing with customer queries and resolving them within levels of experience and competence. Prepare the Harwell/Winfrith Team Brief. Ad hoc duties. Essential Experience Experience of providing a wide range of administrative support activities. Good knowledge of IT systems and MS Office packages Ability to co-ordinate and manage a variety of activities at the same time with changing priorities. Excellent communication and inter-personal skills and be able to work closely with other members of a diverse team. Good housekeeping and organisation skills. Ability to learn quickly and work unsupervised. Ability to be able to work to deadlines. NuclearWorks welcomes applications from all suitably qualified people regardless of gender, race, disability, age or sexual orientation. NuclearWorks is a trading name of Capita Business Services Ltd. Services offered are those of an Employment Agency and Employment Business. For successful candidates interviews will be held on Monday 17th December and Tuesday 18th December 2018 You will need to be available on these dates 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 Kilbride KA23, UK
06/12/2018
Contractor
*Recruiting in January* Reactors Work Pack Lead Reference: CBS9JP Location: West Kilbride Salary: .75 LTD Day Rate Job Type: Contract Job Duration: 12 months Contact details: Charlotte Williams - (see below) Capita Resourcing is the strategic resourcing business within Capita plc. We are the chosen provider of agency workers and permanent recruitment for the Nuclear Decommissioning Authority (NDA) collaborative framework, across nuclear sites and offices UK wide. The Role Description To manage, deliver and control any phases or work packages within any projects sites to time, cost and quality under the management of a Senior Project Manager. Key Accountabilities To take personal responsibility for the consistent application of company projects practices and for implementing lessons learned from others. Support the safe delivery on a project to time, cost and quality ensuring compliance with statutory and regulatory process requirements with responsibility for leading the project to a successful conclusion. Understand and follow Validation and Sanction Process. Assist in the production the Project Execution Plan, calling on specialist resources in both the preparation stages and throughout the life of the plan. Regularly report project progress to the Senior Project Manager. Interact with internal and external interfaces ie contractors. Identify and manage risk in accordance with the Risk and Opportunity Management process. Forecast contingency required and to draw down as appropriate. Consider options for value engineering as well as the potential for changes to the scope/schedule/forecast costings. Lead CDM activities for the project in accordance with the Project safety management arrangements. Responsible for minor stakeholder issues and interfaces. Comply with the Health, Safety, Environmental and Quality policies, procedures, work instructions and risk assessments. Support the continuous improvement of Health, Safety Environment and Quality on Site. As a customer-focused individual, the post holder will be expected to support delivery within his or her range of skills, knowledge, experience and competence. Undertake core competence roles as required. As an effective Manager/Team Leader, the post holder will be responsible for People Management, Performance Management, Control and Supervision, Loss Control, Communications, Resource Management and Management of Systems and Processes. Contribute to the effective development and delivery of training within own area of specialism. The post holder may be required to undertake emergency scheme duties. The post holder may be required to be a member of, and participate in, the Site Emergency Scheme subject to any fitness standards required. Support colleague's learning and development through knowledge sharing, task instruction etc. Support the effective deployment of company-wide policies, processes, systems and procedures ensuring that at all time the business remains compliant. This includes, but is not limited to, the need to comply with the company's Equality and Diversity Policy and undertake identified associated learning and development activities. Job Essentials HNC/HND or equivalent CITB Construction Site Manager's Safety Certificate Experience of delivering projects in a highly regulated industry (eg Nuclear, Rail etc). Experience of working in complex organisations (Matrix Management) demonstrating influencing and organisational awareness skills Aware of Health and Safety Legislation, which impacts on the responsibilities of the post An awareness of how costs can be reduced and safe quality outputs maximised within a scope of work Demonstrate the ability to comprehend, analyse and produce solutions to the range of problems encountered in the Project field Desirable APMP or equivalent experience 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 Cheshire, UK
06/12/2018
Contractor
PA/Executive Assistant Reference: CBS9JP0000PA Location: Risley, Warrington Salary: DOE Job Type: Contract Job Duration: 6 months Contact details: Charlotte Williams - (see below) Capita Resourcing is the strategic resourcing business within Capita plc. We are the chosen provider of agency workers and permanent recruitment for the Nuclear Decommissioning Authority (NDA) collaborative framework, across nuclear sites and offices UK wide. Description This temporary but important role will be supporting the new MD and Chairman of a new subsidiary. The MD and Chairman will be part of a team of who are being recruited now to form the new management structure. The role holder will be required to enhance the productivity of the MD and Chairman through the provision of effective diary management, travel arrangements, secretarial, analytical and administrative support during this important phase. Key Accountabilities Co-ordinating and maintaining the MD and Chairman's diaries, coordinating effectively between them where required, ensuring that commitments and competing demands are efficiently managed and future needs anticipated to enable them to operate effectively Acting as first point of contact for the MD and Chairman Preparing all documents & correspondence Maintaining and updating all files and records, ensuring these are kept accurate and up-to-date for reference purposes Collating materials, researching and analysing background information to assist as required, including the preparation of document summaries and draft correspondence Scheduling 1:1 and team meetings for the team involving VC and other technology with companyoffices Minute taking as required and tracking actions Dealing internally and externally with the travel provider, liaison with stakeholders, including local groups and businesses, Site License Companies (SLCs), local and central government agencies, etc, to coordinate business meetings and other diary events Taking notes at progress meetings Ensuring required paperwork for security purposes for any meetings/visits organised is coordinated through regulatory liaison Key Requirements Excellent written and oral communication skills Ability to show discretion when communicating sensitive and confidential information Ability to manage multiple tasks in an often fast paced business environment, prioritising tasks appropriately and effectively to meet internal and external deadlines High degree of organisational ability and attention to detail Self-starter, able to work unsupervised and on own initiative with the ability to multi-task Excellent interpersonal skills, including tact, discretion and experience of liaising with stakeholders Good time management Ability and willingness to take decisions, even in uncertain circumstances IT proficient in Microsoft office packages and video and telecommunications proficiency for meetings Ability to operate in a cross-functional team Flexible approach to hours of work to meet business needs Educated to at least A Level standard or equivalent Typing level 3 or equivalent (55 wpm) Experience of providing secretarial and PA duties to a senior manager and proven experience of providing effective office management support 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 Kilbride KA23, UK
06/12/2018
Contractor
*Recruiting in January* Reactors Work Pack Lead Reference: CBS9JP Location: West Kilbride Salary: .75 LTD Day Rate Job Type: Contract Job Duration: 12 months Contact details: Charlotte Williams - (see below) Capita Resourcing is the strategic resourcing business within Capita plc. We are the chosen provider of agency workers and permanent recruitment for the Nuclear Decommissioning Authority (NDA) collaborative framework, across nuclear sites and offices UK wide. The Role Description To manage, deliver and control any phases or work packages within any projects sites to time, cost and quality under the management of a Senior Project Manager. Key Accountabilities To take personal responsibility for the consistent application of company projects practices and for implementing lessons learned from others. Support the safe delivery on a project to time, cost and quality ensuring compliance with statutory and regulatory process requirements with responsibility for leading the project to a successful conclusion. Understand and follow Validation and Sanction Process. Assist in the production the Project Execution Plan, calling on specialist resources in both the preparation stages and throughout the life of the plan. Regularly report project progress to the Senior Project Manager. Interact with internal and external interfaces ie contractors. Identify and manage risk in accordance with the Risk and Opportunity Management process. Forecast contingency required and to draw down as appropriate. Consider options for value engineering as well as the potential for changes to the scope/schedule/forecast costings. Lead CDM activities for the project in accordance with the Project safety management arrangements. Responsible for minor stakeholder issues and interfaces. Comply with the Health, Safety, Environmental and Quality policies, procedures, work instructions and risk assessments. Support the continuous improvement of Health, Safety Environment and Quality on Site. As a customer-focused individual, the post holder will be expected to support delivery within his or her range of skills, knowledge, experience and competence. Undertake core competence roles as required. As an effective Manager/Team Leader, the post holder will be responsible for People Management, Performance Management, Control and Supervision, Loss Control, Communications, Resource Management and Management of Systems and Processes. Contribute to the effective development and delivery of training within own area of specialism. The post holder may be required to undertake emergency scheme duties. The post holder may be required to be a member of, and participate in, the Site Emergency Scheme subject to any fitness standards required. Support colleague's learning and development through knowledge sharing, task instruction etc. Support the effective deployment of company-wide policies, processes, systems and procedures ensuring that at all time the business remains compliant. This includes, but is not limited to, the need to comply with the company's Equality and Diversity Policy and undertake identified associated learning and development activities. Job Essentials HNC/HND or equivalent CITB Construction Site Manager's Safety Certificate Experience of delivering projects in a highly regulated industry (eg Nuclear, Rail etc). Experience of working in complex organisations (Matrix Management) demonstrating influencing and organisational awareness skills Aware of Health and Safety Legislation, which impacts on the responsibilities of the post An awareness of how costs can be reduced and safe quality outputs maximised within a scope of work Demonstrate the ability to comprehend, analyse and produce solutions to the range of problems encountered in the Project field Desirable APMP or equivalent experience 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 Cheshire, UK
06/12/2018
Contractor
PA/Executive Assistant Reference: CBS9JP0000PA Location: Risley, Warrington Salary: DOE Job Type: Contract Job Duration: 6 months Contact details: Charlotte Williams - (see below) Capita Resourcing is the strategic resourcing business within Capita plc. We are the chosen provider of agency workers and permanent recruitment for the Nuclear Decommissioning Authority (NDA) collaborative framework, across nuclear sites and offices UK wide. Description This temporary but important role will be supporting the new MD and Chairman of a new subsidiary. The MD and Chairman will be part of a team of who are being recruited now to form the new management structure. The role holder will be required to enhance the productivity of the MD and Chairman through the provision of effective diary management, travel arrangements, secretarial, analytical and administrative support during this important phase. Key Accountabilities Co-ordinating and maintaining the MD and Chairman's diaries, coordinating effectively between them where required, ensuring that commitments and competing demands are efficiently managed and future needs anticipated to enable them to operate effectively Acting as first point of contact for the MD and Chairman Preparing all documents & correspondence Maintaining and updating all files and records, ensuring these are kept accurate and up-to-date for reference purposes Collating materials, researching and analysing background information to assist as required, including the preparation of document summaries and draft correspondence Scheduling 1:1 and team meetings for the team involving VC and other technology with companyoffices Minute taking as required and tracking actions Dealing internally and externally with the travel provider, liaison with stakeholders, including local groups and businesses, Site License Companies (SLCs), local and central government agencies, etc, to coordinate business meetings and other diary events Taking notes at progress meetings Ensuring required paperwork for security purposes for any meetings/visits organised is coordinated through regulatory liaison Key Requirements Excellent written and oral communication skills Ability to show discretion when communicating sensitive and confidential information Ability to manage multiple tasks in an often fast paced business environment, prioritising tasks appropriately and effectively to meet internal and external deadlines High degree of organisational ability and attention to detail Self-starter, able to work unsupervised and on own initiative with the ability to multi-task Excellent interpersonal skills, including tact, discretion and experience of liaising with stakeholders Good time management Ability and willingness to take decisions, even in uncertain circumstances IT proficient in Microsoft office packages and video and telecommunications proficiency for meetings Ability to operate in a cross-functional team Flexible approach to hours of work to meet business needs Educated to at least A Level standard or equivalent Typing level 3 or equivalent (55 wpm) Experience of providing secretarial and PA duties to a senior manager and proven experience of providing effective office management support 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 London, UK
05/12/2018
Contractor
Job Purpose To make decisions on the awards of Discretionary Housing Payments for customers in line with the agreed Wandsworth & Richmond policies. Provide an excellent customer service in dealing with queries and providing benefit advice (whether in writing, by telephone or face to face). Specific Duties and Responsibilities 1. The administration of the Council's Discretionary Awards Schemes with duties including but not solely: - Assessing requests for DHP in line with Council policy - Providing applicants with detailed explanations - Creating and maintaining a DHP database - Maintaining and updating information in the i-World system - Providing reports on DHP appeals received for consideration by the appeals panel - Providing support to the Social Fund scheme including the assessment of applications for assistance 2. To ensure that the services for both Councils are dealt with on an equitable basis to deliver the standards required for each, as agreed annually by the Executives of both Councils. 3. To provide supervision as required to assigned staff and take responsibility for the allocation and checking of work by staff. 4. To advise and support managers on relevant matters affecting the service. 5. To contribute as required to performance review and improvement measures on an ongoing basis, helping to ensure that a customer focus is Embedded within the function and innovative and creative solutions are evaluated to securing the highest quality and value for money function. 6. To contribute as required to change programmes within the service. 7. To support ways of working that ensure residents and stakeholders are actively engaged in the future of the function and are able to influence decision making. 8. To contribute as required to the commissioning, market testing and contract management of services. 9. To work as required in ways that develop good working relations and collaborative arrangements with internal and external stakeholders. Generic Duties and Responsibilities To contribute to the continuous improvement of the services of the Boroughs of Wandsworth and Richmond. To comply with relevant Codes of Practice, including the Code of Conduct and policies concerning data protection and health and safety. To adhere to security controls and requirements as mandated by the SSA's policies, procedures and local risk assessments to maintain confidentiality, integrity, availability and legal compliance of information and systems. To promote equality, diversity, and inclusion, maintaining an awareness of the equality and diversity protocol/policy and working to create and maintain a safe, supportive and welcoming environment where all people are treated with dignity and their identity and culture are valued and respected. To understand both Councils' duties and responsibilities for safeguarding children, young people and adults as they apply to the role within the council. The Shared Staffing Arrangement will keep its structures under continual review and as a result the post holder should expect to carry out any other reasonable duties within the overall function, commensurate with the level of the post. Additional Information - Responsible for making decisions on awards from cash limited discretionary budgets. Knowledge In depth knowledge of Housing Benefit legislation particularly that relating to Discretionary Housing Payment (DHP) with a good working knowledge of other welfare benefits An understanding of Housing Law as it relates to private sector tenancies Experience Experience of successfully working on a Team that administers claims for DHP Experience of preparing recommendation reports for the award of DHP Skills Good oral, written and presentation skills to provide clear and concise messages in a variety of internal and external contexts. Ability to use service specific IT systems to award DHP, record casework, monitor caseloads and management data. Significant experience of using standard IT packages and ability to support others in their day-to-day use. Tactful and diplomatic with the ability to empathise whilst maintaining a firm stance Qualifications N/A 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 Cumbria, UK
05/12/2018
Contractor
Procurement Officer Reference: CBS9NM Location: Cumbria Rate: £20.24 per hour PAYE Job Type: Contract, Duration: 12 months Contact details: Natalie Mohamed Capita Resourcing is the strategic resourcing business within Capita plc. We are the chosen provider of agency workers and permanent recruitment for the Nuclear Decommissioning Authority (NDA) collaborative framework, across nuclear sites and offices UK wide. The Role Description The Procurement Officer role is designed to provide vital services to through the Procurement function within C&CM. These include: Framework Management Leading the delivery of mini competitions through frameworks and external frameworks; Management of evaluation/moderation processes, including stakeholder training; Supplier management; Understanding of contract terms and conditions to ensure that contract management can be delivered effectively; Prepare pre-tender documentation such as Invitations To Tender, and Selection and Award Questionnaires; Leading tender evaluation exercises and preparation of tender evaluation reports; Identify, assess, and manage relevant commercial risks. Procurement Support to OJEU procurement delivery and leading the delivery of sub-OJEU procurements; Support to other complex/specialist procurement projects (LLWR-only and Shared Services Alliance Collaborative Procurements (CPs); Prepare and assist in the preparation of procurement strategies. Day-to-day commercial responsibilities Maintaining an awareness of suppliers and services in order to support the needs of the department; Stakeholder management; Support and deliver internal and external reporting requirements; Support to procurement and wider C&CM management teams; Attending meetings - internal and external - including representing Deputy/Head of Procurement as required; Maintain effective working relationships with the supply chain; Supporting the NDA Collaborative Procurement programme; Ability to act as Participant Lead for Collaborative Procurement processes. General Achieve individual Performance Objectives set by the Line Manager; Following the business processes that support the Commercial & Contract Management Team as defined in the LLWR Management System; Be available for reasonable travel (including possible overnight stays) Abide by the company's Standards and Expectations; Be fully aware of individual Environmental Responsibilities. Essential: Direct experience of managing and using framework contracts Management of mini-competitions within framework agreements; Understanding of the OJEU process/Public Contract Regulations (PCRs); Understanding of formal tender assurance processes; Understanding of moderation/consensus meetings; Ability to provide procurement/PCRs advice; Experience of eProcurement systems; Good numeracy and strong written communication skills. Desirable Detailed understanding of OJEU/PCRs; Extensive experience of eProcurement systems; Direct experience of set-up, managing and using Dynamic Procurement Systems (DPS) Understanding of the SSA/NDA procurement landscape; Experience of Crown Commercial Services framework procurement NuclearWorks welcomes applications from all suitably qualified people regardless of gender, race, disability, age or sexual orientation. NuclearWorks is a trading name of Capita Business Services Ltd. Services offered are those of an Employment Agency and Employment Business. 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 London, UK
05/12/2018
Contractor
Job Purpose To make decisions on the awards of Discretionary Housing Payments for customers in line with the agreed Wandsworth & Richmond policies. Provide an excellent customer service in dealing with queries and providing benefit advice (whether in writing, by telephone or face to face). Specific Duties and Responsibilities 1. The administration of the Council's Discretionary Awards Schemes with duties including but not solely: - Assessing requests for DHP in line with Council policy - Providing applicants with detailed explanations - Creating and maintaining a DHP database - Maintaining and updating information in the i-World system - Providing reports on DHP appeals received for consideration by the appeals panel - Providing support to the Social Fund scheme including the assessment of applications for assistance 2. To ensure that the services for both Councils are dealt with on an equitable basis to deliver the standards required for each, as agreed annually by the Executives of both Councils. 3. To provide supervision as required to assigned staff and take responsibility for the allocation and checking of work by staff. 4. To advise and support managers on relevant matters affecting the service. 5. To contribute as required to performance review and improvement measures on an ongoing basis, helping to ensure that a customer focus is Embedded within the function and innovative and creative solutions are evaluated to securing the highest quality and value for money function. 6. To contribute as required to change programmes within the service. 7. To support ways of working that ensure residents and stakeholders are actively engaged in the future of the function and are able to influence decision making. 8. To contribute as required to the commissioning, market testing and contract management of services. 9. To work as required in ways that develop good working relations and collaborative arrangements with internal and external stakeholders. Generic Duties and Responsibilities To contribute to the continuous improvement of the services of the Boroughs of Wandsworth and Richmond. To comply with relevant Codes of Practice, including the Code of Conduct and policies concerning data protection and health and safety. To adhere to security controls and requirements as mandated by the SSA's policies, procedures and local risk assessments to maintain confidentiality, integrity, availability and legal compliance of information and systems. To promote equality, diversity, and inclusion, maintaining an awareness of the equality and diversity protocol/policy and working to create and maintain a safe, supportive and welcoming environment where all people are treated with dignity and their identity and culture are valued and respected. To understand both Councils' duties and responsibilities for safeguarding children, young people and adults as they apply to the role within the council. The Shared Staffing Arrangement will keep its structures under continual review and as a result the post holder should expect to carry out any other reasonable duties within the overall function, commensurate with the level of the post. Additional Information - Responsible for making decisions on awards from cash limited discretionary budgets. Knowledge In depth knowledge of Housing Benefit legislation particularly that relating to Discretionary Housing Payment (DHP) with a good working knowledge of other welfare benefits An understanding of Housing Law as it relates to private sector tenancies Experience Experience of successfully working on a Team that administers claims for DHP Experience of preparing recommendation reports for the award of DHP Skills Good oral, written and presentation skills to provide clear and concise messages in a variety of internal and external contexts. Ability to use service specific IT systems to award DHP, record casework, monitor caseloads and management data. Significant experience of using standard IT packages and ability to support others in their day-to-day use. Tactful and diplomatic with the ability to empathise whilst maintaining a firm stance Qualifications N/A 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 8 Amalgamated Dr, Brentford TW8 9EX, UK
05/12/2018
Contractor
Supply Chain Planner: (SAP APO) Job Purpose The Supply Manager supports the Regional Supply Chain Planning Director in assembling a full view of Supply Chain Issue Management and Core Commercial Cycle processes and is responsible for the consultation and communication between LOCs and the Supply Chain Planning/Site Planning teams to ensure a consistent, clear direction on overcoming short-term supply chain issues (eg low stocks) and a consistent plan for delivering future supply chain changes. The Supply Manager is also responsible for the inventory position of the LOCs and the resulting supply replenishment plan with the Sites. The supply plans will ensure that there is the appropriate level of inventory available in the corresponding MMWs/LSPs and LOCs. This role will provide connectivity between the Pharma supply chains and the markets served within a Region. Specifically the Supply Manager will be responsible for approximately SKUs, split across one or more therapies and for a number of markets within the region. Key Responsibilities Describe the key deliverables to be achieved by the post holder and the ongoing responsibilities of the role The Supply Manager is responsible for managing a catalogue of SKUs. Depending on the type of portfolio, the key responsibilities are: Supports the Regional Supply Chain Planning Director to execute the Regional Performance Management (including analysis of stock-out/low-stock and impacts, KPI performance, root-causing and proposed mitigations, etc) and the S&OP process (including preparation and feedback loops to Commercial) Consults and communicates between LOC and the multiple Supply Chain Planning teams (Regional and Site) to highlight any on stock-out/low-stock situations. Is the main contact/escalation point for PMs to allow a more detailed impact assessment and to support prioritization Consults and communicates between LOC/Regional Demand Forecasting Manager/Regulatory across multiple change' processes with regards to timings, forecasts, order dates, and inventory impact NPI (New Product Introduction) New Product Sourcing Product Transfer Pack Change Allocations Rationing Provides a regional response and co-ordination to special processes, including Product Recall, Transfers, Divestment, and Discontinuation Monitors supply planning KPIs to drive improvement in inventory levels, stock write-offs and customer service Develops an appreciation of the commercial supply chain and the capability of suppliers to respond to changes in demand Is responsible for the execution of the agreed standard Supply Chain Issue Management (SCIM) processes in alignment with the agreed planning calendar Drives SCIM resolution through performance management, highlighting and resolving any supply issue at SCIM Level 1 and keeping Commercial stakeholders informed of status and progress Escalates any unresolved issue to Supply Chain Director for resolution at SCIM Levels 2 & 3 Is accountable for DRP parameters (Distribution Requirements Planning), including safety stock, lead time and MOQs (Minimum Order Quantity) to ensure proper production planning and inventory management are in place and in line with the Service Level Agreements reached with Customers or Multi-Market Warehouses Is ambassador for change management and continuous improvement across the Supply Chain to drive collaboration and partnership Owns and develops the relationships with Supply Sites (Site Relationship Manager role) and strives towards creating an efficient supply chain which operates at optimum cost (on transport, warehousing and inventory) to ensure right first time supply to patients and customers Contributes to Supply Chain Review Meetings Candidates will be shortlisted for this position on 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 8 Amalgamated Dr, Brentford TW8 9EX, UK
05/12/2018
Contractor
Supply Chain Planner: (SAP APO) Job Purpose The Supply Manager supports the Regional Supply Chain Planning Director in assembling a full view of Supply Chain Issue Management and Core Commercial Cycle processes and is responsible for the consultation and communication between LOCs and the Supply Chain Planning/Site Planning teams to ensure a consistent, clear direction on overcoming short-term supply chain issues (eg low stocks) and a consistent plan for delivering future supply chain changes. The Supply Manager is also responsible for the inventory position of the LOCs and the resulting supply replenishment plan with the Sites. The supply plans will ensure that there is the appropriate level of inventory available in the corresponding MMWs/LSPs and LOCs. This role will provide connectivity between the Pharma supply chains and the markets served within a Region. Specifically the Supply Manager will be responsible for approximately SKUs, split across one or more therapies and for a number of markets within the region. Key Responsibilities Describe the key deliverables to be achieved by the post holder and the ongoing responsibilities of the role The Supply Manager is responsible for managing a catalogue of SKUs. Depending on the type of portfolio, the key responsibilities are: Supports the Regional Supply Chain Planning Director to execute the Regional Performance Management (including analysis of stock-out/low-stock and impacts, KPI performance, root-causing and proposed mitigations, etc) and the S&OP process (including preparation and feedback loops to Commercial) Consults and communicates between LOC and the multiple Supply Chain Planning teams (Regional and Site) to highlight any on stock-out/low-stock situations. Is the main contact/escalation point for PMs to allow a more detailed impact assessment and to support prioritization Consults and communicates between LOC/Regional Demand Forecasting Manager/Regulatory across multiple change' processes with regards to timings, forecasts, order dates, and inventory impact NPI (New Product Introduction) New Product Sourcing Product Transfer Pack Change Allocations Rationing Provides a regional response and co-ordination to special processes, including Product Recall, Transfers, Divestment, and Discontinuation Monitors supply planning KPIs to drive improvement in inventory levels, stock write-offs and customer service Develops an appreciation of the commercial supply chain and the capability of suppliers to respond to changes in demand Is responsible for the execution of the agreed standard Supply Chain Issue Management (SCIM) processes in alignment with the agreed planning calendar Drives SCIM resolution through performance management, highlighting and resolving any supply issue at SCIM Level 1 and keeping Commercial stakeholders informed of status and progress Escalates any unresolved issue to Supply Chain Director for resolution at SCIM Levels 2 & 3 Is accountable for DRP parameters (Distribution Requirements Planning), including safety stock, lead time and MOQs (Minimum Order Quantity) to ensure proper production planning and inventory management are in place and in line with the Service Level Agreements reached with Customers or Multi-Market Warehouses Is ambassador for change management and continuous improvement across the Supply Chain to drive collaboration and partnership Owns and develops the relationships with Supply Sites (Site Relationship Manager role) and strives towards creating an efficient supply chain which operates at optimum cost (on transport, warehousing and inventory) to ensure right first time supply to patients and customers Contributes to Supply Chain Review Meetings Candidates will be shortlisted for this position on 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 Cumbria, UK
05/12/2018
Contractor
Procurement Officer Reference: CBS9NM Location: Cumbria Rate: £20.24 per hour PAYE Job Type: Contract, Duration: 12 months Contact details: Natalie Mohamed Capita Resourcing is the strategic resourcing business within Capita plc. We are the chosen provider of agency workers and permanent recruitment for the Nuclear Decommissioning Authority (NDA) collaborative framework, across nuclear sites and offices UK wide. The Role Description The Procurement Officer role is designed to provide vital services to through the Procurement function within C&CM. These include: Framework Management Leading the delivery of mini competitions through frameworks and external frameworks; Management of evaluation/moderation processes, including stakeholder training; Supplier management; Understanding of contract terms and conditions to ensure that contract management can be delivered effectively; Prepare pre-tender documentation such as Invitations To Tender, and Selection and Award Questionnaires; Leading tender evaluation exercises and preparation of tender evaluation reports; Identify, assess, and manage relevant commercial risks. Procurement Support to OJEU procurement delivery and leading the delivery of sub-OJEU procurements; Support to other complex/specialist procurement projects (LLWR-only and Shared Services Alliance Collaborative Procurements (CPs); Prepare and assist in the preparation of procurement strategies. Day-to-day commercial responsibilities Maintaining an awareness of suppliers and services in order to support the needs of the department; Stakeholder management; Support and deliver internal and external reporting requirements; Support to procurement and wider C&CM management teams; Attending meetings - internal and external - including representing Deputy/Head of Procurement as required; Maintain effective working relationships with the supply chain; Supporting the NDA Collaborative Procurement programme; Ability to act as Participant Lead for Collaborative Procurement processes. General Achieve individual Performance Objectives set by the Line Manager; Following the business processes that support the Commercial & Contract Management Team as defined in the LLWR Management System; Be available for reasonable travel (including possible overnight stays) Abide by the company's Standards and Expectations; Be fully aware of individual Environmental Responsibilities. Essential: Direct experience of managing and using framework contracts Management of mini-competitions within framework agreements; Understanding of the OJEU process/Public Contract Regulations (PCRs); Understanding of formal tender assurance processes; Understanding of moderation/consensus meetings; Ability to provide procurement/PCRs advice; Experience of eProcurement systems; Good numeracy and strong written communication skills. Desirable Detailed understanding of OJEU/PCRs; Extensive experience of eProcurement systems; Direct experience of set-up, managing and using Dynamic Procurement Systems (DPS) Understanding of the SSA/NDA procurement landscape; Experience of Crown Commercial Services framework procurement NuclearWorks welcomes applications from all suitably qualified people regardless of gender, race, disability, age or sexual orientation. NuclearWorks is a trading name of Capita Business Services Ltd. Services offered are those of an Employment Agency and Employment Business. 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 Montrose, UK
05/12/2018
Contractor
The main responsibility of the role of EHS Advisor is to provide advice on all aspects of Environment Health Safety Fire Risk Management Loss Prevention And also provide the liaison with off-site health, safety and environmental specialists when required. Following are key areas of delivery: - Monitoring and reporting key EHS targets and Blue Chip projects - Providing EHS advice to operations personnel for routine and non routine activities - Maintain hazard reporting system - Provide advice or lead investigations, generation of CAPAs and subsequent implementation - Ensure management is kept advised on the latest legislative and corporate requirements on EHS. - Ensure potential health hazards and control measures in relation to exposure or any hazardous agents, eg hazardous substances or noise are managed - Report critical hazards and incidents to the site management for immediate action. - Ensure adequate plans are developed, maintained and tested to deal with a health, safety or environmental emergency. - Maintain a site audit programme to monitor compliance with EHS standards - Record and analyse EHS statistics to enable the data to be used to monitor performance and as a basis for improvement. All profiles will be reviewed against the required skills and experience. Due to the high number of applications, we will only be able to respond to successful applicants in the first instance. We thank you for your interest and the time taken to apply. 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 Montrose, UK
04/12/2018
Contractor
The main responsibility of the role of EHS Advisor is to provide advice on all aspects of Environment Health Safety Fire Risk Management Loss Prevention And also provide the liaison with off-site health, safety and environmental specialists when required. Following are key areas of delivery: - Monitoring and reporting key EHS targets and Blue Chip projects - Providing EHS advice to operations personnel for routine and non routine activities - Maintain hazard reporting system - Provide advice or lead investigations, generation of CAPAs and subsequent implementation - Ensure management is kept advised on the latest legislative and corporate requirements on EHS. - Ensure potential health hazards and control measures in relation to exposure or any hazardous agents, eg hazardous substances or noise are managed - Report critical hazards and incidents to the site management for immediate action. - Ensure adequate plans are developed, maintained and tested to deal with a health, safety or environmental emergency. - Maintain a site audit programme to monitor compliance with EHS standards - Record and analyse EHS statistics to enable the data to be used to monitor performance and as a basis for improvement. All profiles will be reviewed against the required skills and experience. Due to the high number of applications, we will only be able to respond to successful applicants in the first instance. We thank you for your interest and the time taken to apply. 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 Seascale CA20, UK
04/12/2018
Contractor
Health Physics Monitor Reference: CBS9CW Location: Seascale, Cumbria Salary: 25ph LTD Job Type: Contract Job Duration: 12 months Contact details: Charlotte Williams - (see below) Capita Resourcing is the strategic resourcing business within Capita plc. We are the chosen provider of agency workers and permanent recruitment for the Nuclear Decommissioning Authority (NDA) collaborative framework, across nuclear sites and offices UK wide. The working hours for this position will be Monday - Friday 7.45 - 4.20 with the option of overtime. This role has been deemed Inside IR35. The Role Working within a highly active handling and inspection facility. The facility comprises 13 heavily shielded cells (also known as caves), each fitted with equipment enabling remote operations for the handling, transfer, preparation, inspection and disposal of highly radioactive materials. Key Accountabilities Routine and request radiation and contamination surveys using various Radiation Protection Instruments. Writing up of surveys and ensuring log entries are clearly written. In cell work requiring PPE, including Tyvek, Nuprotek and Airfed suits. Monitoring of Waste Flask monitoring Clearance monitoring Key Requirements City & Guilds Radiation Protection Stage 1 or NVQ Level2 in Radiation Protection Minimum of 3 years' experience as a Health Physicist Knowledge of IRRs SC Security Clearance 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 Preston, UK
03/12/2018
Contractor
Process Operators Reference: CBS9JP Location: Preston Rate: £19.36 to £25.24 Dependent on shift pattern (35hrs per week (shift pattern to be confirmed) Job Type: Contract Duration: 12 months Contact details: Joanne Anders Capita Resourcing is the strategic resourcing business within Capita plc. We are the chosen provider of agency workers and permanent recruitment for the Nuclear Decommissioning Authority (NDA) collaborative framework, across nuclear sites and offices UK wide. The Role Description We are currently recruiting on behalf of our nuclear industry client for a Process Operative to work on a shift pattern at their facility in Preston. Essential/Desirable Skills Previous experience of chemical or nuclear plant operations Essential Experience working in quality sensitive production environments would be an advantage Good attention to detail, a questioning attitude and safe working practices a must. Applicants may be required to work a shift pattern which could include nights. Basic computer use Fork Lift Truck Duties - FLT licence desirable but not essential. NuclearWorks welcomes applications from all suitably qualified people regardless of gender, race, disability, age or sexual orientation. NuclearWorks is a trading name of Capita Business Services Ltd. Services offered are those of an Employment Agency and Employment Business. 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 Seascale CA20, UK
03/12/2018
Contractor
Health Physics Monitor Reference: CBS9CW Location: Seascale, Cumbria Salary: 25ph LTD Job Type: Contract Job Duration: 12 months Contact details: Charlotte Williams - (see below) Capita Resourcing is the strategic resourcing business within Capita plc. We are the chosen provider of agency workers and permanent recruitment for the Nuclear Decommissioning Authority (NDA) collaborative framework, across nuclear sites and offices UK wide. The working hours for this position will be Monday - Friday 7.45 - 4.20 with the option of overtime. This role has been deemed Inside IR35. The Role Working within a highly active handling and inspection facility. The facility comprises 13 heavily shielded cells (also known as caves), each fitted with equipment enabling remote operations for the handling, transfer, preparation, inspection and disposal of highly radioactive materials. Key Accountabilities Routine and request radiation and contamination surveys using various Radiation Protection Instruments. Writing up of surveys and ensuring log entries are clearly written. In cell work requiring PPE, including Tyvek, Nuprotek and Airfed suits. Monitoring of Waste Flask monitoring Clearance monitoring Key Requirements City & Guilds Radiation Protection Stage 1 or NVQ Level2 in Radiation Protection Minimum of 3 years' experience as a Health Physicist Knowledge of IRRs SC Security Clearance 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.