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Anonymous Bristol, UK
18/07/2019
Full time
Principal Electrical Engineer Bristol £40,000 - £50,000 + Benefits What we're looking for: You will be an excellent communicator with the ability to interact with both internal and external stakeholders at all levels across the submarine enterprise. You will be dynamic with a proactive work ethic and be able to work well within a small team in an operationally focussed environment. What's on offer: Would you like the opportunity to provide real-time engineering support to the UK's fleet of operational submarines? We have a vacancy for a Principal Electrical Engineer working at our Customer's site in Bristol. As a Principal Electrical Engineer you will be responsible for supporting the MOD operate the Astute Class submarines. Working in an operation-focussed team alongside MOD staff you will be providing technical, maintenance, configuration and design information relating to the various electrical systems on the platform. In this role you will have the opportunity to influence the operational availability of these complex platforms. You will be well supported in updating your knowledge to be confident in discussions with the MOD customer and will be provided with on the job training if you are less experienced in this area but demonstrate the right aptitude and enthusiasm. Your main responsibilities as Principal Electrical Engineer: To provide engineering support to the MOD with a focus on electrical ship systems, including power generation and electrical distribution. To work alongside the MOD to resolve complex engineering queries raised by the Royal Navy, the MOD and other Industry stakeholders. To provide reactive support to submarine operational engineering issues as they arise; this may include visits to the submarine to directly support the crews' engineers. To provide Out-of-Hours engineering support to the MOD for urgent operational issues, on a rota basis. To undertake investigations and raise reports on issues as requested by the MOD. Your skills and qualifications: A good practical knowledge of Submarine systems A Systems Thinking approach to managing engineering issues The ability to perform well when operating in the spotlight to demanding timescales Desirable (not essential): Operational experience on Royal Navy submarines Experience of MoD In-Service Submarines processes and procedures Formal qualifications in marine engineering or related discipline Membership of a professional engineering Institute Benefits: Competitive pension scheme, enhanced annual leave allowance and a Company contributed Share Incentive Plan. We also offer a range of additional benefits such as flexible working, an employee assistance programme, Cycle2work and many local and national employee discounts. This advert was posted by Gold Group - one of the UK's leading niche recruitment consultancies. We span a variety of specialist industries and are the recruitment company to help you find your next career opportunity. We pride ourselves on our commitment to candidates and stick to our ethos of finding the right role for the right person. Visit our website or get in touch today to discuss this role, find out what else we've got or just for a chat about the state of your industry. Services advertised by Gold Group are those of an Agency and/or an Employment Business. Please be aware that we receive a high volume of applications for every role advertised and regularly receive applications from candidates who exceed the job credentials. We will only contact you within the next 14 days if you are selected for interview. A copy of our privacy policy can be found here: https://(url removed)/about-us/privacy-policy. Gold Group is an equal opportunity & diversity employer. A copy of our equal opportunity & diversity policy can be found here: https://(url removed)/about-us/equality-and-diversity-policy
Anonymous Buckinghamshire, UK
18/07/2019
Full time
Key Duties: Manage the production teams KPI management & staff performance management Key transformation projects lead (new machines, new processes,…) Quality & Service improvement Annual budgeting The role reports directly to the Operations Director. Skill, experience & qualifications required: Significant and demonstrable experience in a similar role in the optics manufacturing business Proven experience of working with different production methodologies e.g. LEAN manufacturing. Production management with Lean & Six sigma (only lean is mentioned in the current proposed offer). Experience of 5S methodology. A strong understanding of, or a degree in optics technology is a strong plus. Familiarity with optics' quality and systems, concepts, practices and procedures. Understanding of order processing & customer service operations. Proven experience of handling multiple tasks and projects within tight deadlines. Strong analytical, problem identification and problem-solving skills. Strong communication and negotiation skills.
Anonymous Manchester Central Library, St. Peter's Square, Manchester M2 5PD, UK
18/07/2019
Contractor
Based in Manchester the role of an Agile Business Analyst will be working on a large scale Analytics project, working closely with key stakeholders and translating these into requirements for the development teams. The ideal Business Analyst will have a strong background working in the Digital space and have successfully worked within an agile environment. It would also be desirable to have the following skills and experience: -Experience using Jira or DevOps -Experience of running stand-ups and sprint planning. -Understanding of MS SQL or Oracle -Knowledge of analytics / BI / databases. If you're interested in hearing more about this Agile Business Analyst role, please email or call on (phone number removed)
Anonymous Wales, UK
18/07/2019
Full time
Responsibilities: Hosting Recruitment Welcome Events Ensuring candidates are checked into the event and have all the required documentation with them Conducting competency based interviews with the event attendees Recording the outcome of the interviews and progressing successful candidates through the next stages of the recruitment process Supporting successful candidates with accessing and completing learning modules Ensuring candidates understand the pre-employment screening process and supporting them with completing the online screening portal forms Supporting the scheduling of candidates on to Welcome Events.Requirements: Positive, can do attitude Confident talking to and instructing diverse groups of people Welsh language skills desirable for Ceredigion Strong organisation skills Strong communication skills - written, verbal, and listening Attention to detail Competent user of mobile/handheld devices Recruitment industry experience is desirableWorking Hours: 20 Hours per week Adecco acts as an employment agency for permanent recruitment and an employment business for the supply of temporary workers. The Adecco Group UK & Ireland is an Equal Opportunities Employer. By applying for this role your details will be submitted to Adecco. Our Candidate Privacy Information Statement explains how we will use your information - please copy and paste the following link in to your browser
Anonymous London, UK
18/07/2019
Seasonal
Our local authority client based in West London are urgently seeking an experienced Housing Advice & Assessment Officer. Role purpose To give advice and assistance to housing applicants, in order to prevent and relieve homelessness, in line with legislation, case law, council policy objectives and priorities. To assess applications from homeless households and those threatened with homelessness in line with Part VII Housing Act 1996. Generic Duties/Accountabilities - for all posts H11 and Below To comply with your responsibilities as laid out in the council's equal opportunity policy and take an active role in promoting equality and diversity to Harrow's diverse community. To comply with your responsibilities as laid out in the council's health and safety policy and take an active role in promoting a positive health and safety culture (e.g. effective management of aggressive and violent customers). To promote and participate in the council's investors in people (IIP) and individual performance appraisal and development (IPAD) initiatives and information management best practice. To comply with the council's information security policies and maintain confidentiality. To adhere to the Council's corporate values Service Specific Duties/ Accountabilities To manage a customer caseload through provision of advice and assistance, including (having evaluated the individual circumstances and undertaking a cost-benefit analysis) offering financial assistance through the prevention fund, in order to prevent or relieve homelessness. To manage a caseload of customers who are either actually homeless or are threatened with homelessness and make statutory enquiries and produce written decisions on their cases, as required by homelessness legislation. To keep accurate database and other IT systems and records in order to ensure that the council can monitor the nature and extent of homelessness in the borough and gauge the effectiveness of the team's homelessness prevention work. To deliver the highest standard of customer care by using the "enhanced housing options" approach with customers, so that they feel that they are listened to and they understand the available solutions to their housing problems. To develop and maintain an up to date knowledge of homelessness legislation (especially the Housing Act 1996 part 7, as amended) & Housing Act 1996 Part 6, related housing law, relevant case law, government guidance, local authority agreements and the rules on welfare benefits in order to be able to give the best possible advice to customers to prevent homelessness. Likewise to maintain a working knowledge of relevant property, matrimonial and family law. Referring high complex level matters to the Team and Senior Team Manager. To attend court to advocate for customers, when needed to prevent or delay evictions and repossessions. To develop a detailed knowledge of landlord & tenant, and housing legislation and practice so as to be able to negotiate with landlords and lenders over rent and mortgage arrears and to use mediation with excluders to prevent homelessness. Assist customers with budgeting advice and to help them find economically realistic housing solutions. To take part in the advice duty rota and to assist customers through general reception, telephone and electronic enquiries with appropriate advice, and to contribute as required to the information database and good practice available to the team as a whole. To advise on disrepair issues and assist customers to get necessary repairs undertaken to seek grant aid, when appropriate. . To undertake home visits whenever needed. To help customers overcome barriers to employment, by working in conjunction with the Council Xcite Advisors. To assist non priority single homeless customers in Harrow. In line with the council policy, respond to MP enquiries within 10 working days and stage 1 complaints within 15 working days. Attend monthly meetings with outside agencies ie. MARAC, Mental Health Team and Young Offenders meetings, and provide appropriate advice, if required. Attend in-house meetings with Social Services and attending Child Protection meetings when required. Liaise with Housing Benefit and DWP to arrange for customers claims to be assessed in a timely manner to prevent homelessness Identify suitable Hostels for victims in fear of Domestic Violence, carry out checks with Social Services and the Police and were appropriate make the necessary referrals. Engage with customers in the Private Rented Sector by attending Fora and promote economically realistic housing solutions, and maintain the Targeted Housing Options website. Advice Home Owners facing mortgage difficulties, and promote low cost home ownership, when appropriate. Please apply with your updated CV ensuring that any gaps in employment are explained. At this point, may we take this opportunity to thank you for the interest you have shown in this role. Unfortunately, due to the high volume of applications that we receive, it is not always possible to respond to everyone. Therefore, unless you hear from us within the next 7 days, your application for this vacancy will have been unsuccessful
Anonymous Carlisle, UK
18/07/2019
Full time
Responsibilities: Hosting Recruitment Welcome Events Ensuring candidates are checked into the event and have all the required documentation with them Conducting competency based interviews with the event attendees Recording the outcome of the interviews and progressing successful candidates through the next stages of the recruitment process Supporting successful candidates with accessing and completing learning modules Ensuring candidates understand the pre-employment screening process and supporting them with completing the online screening portal forms Supporting the scheduling of candidates on to Welcome EventsRequirements: Positive, can do attitude Confident talking to and instructing diverse groups of people Strong organisation skills Strong communication skills - written, verbal, and listening Attention to detail Recruitment industry experience is desirableWorking Hours: 20 Hours per week Adecco acts as an employment agency for permanent recruitment and an employment business for the supply of temporary workers. The Adecco Group UK & Ireland is an Equal Opportunities Employer. By applying for this role your details will be submitted to Adecco. Our Candidate Privacy Information Statement explains how we will use your information - please copy and paste the following link in to your browser
Anonymous London Borough of Tower Hamlets, UK
18/07/2019
Full time
Responsibilities: Hosting Recruitment Welcome Events Ensuring candidates are checked into the event and have all the required documentation with them Conducting competency based interviews with the event attendees Recording the outcome of the interviews and progressing successful candidates through the next stages of the recruitment process Supporting successful candidates with accessing and completing learning modules Ensuring candidates understand the pre-employment screening process and supporting them with completing the online screening portal forms Supporting the scheduling of candidates on to Welcome EventsRequirements: Positive, can do attitude Confident talking to and instructing diverse groups of people Strong organisation skills Strong communication skills - written, verbal, and listening Attention to detail Recruitment industry experience is desirableWorking Hours: 20 Hours per week Adecco acts as an employment agency for permanent recruitment and an employment business for the supply of temporary workers. The Adecco Group UK & Ireland is an Equal Opportunities Employer. By applying for this role your details will be submitted to Adecco. Our Candidate Privacy Information Statement explains how we will use your information - please copy and paste the following link in to your browser
Anonymous London, UK
18/07/2019
Full time
QA Engineer Salary: £60,000 plus 18% bonus Location: Barbican, London Type: Permanent A leading operator of Global Exchanges based in central London currently require a QA Engineer for a permanent position paying up to £60,000 per annum with an excellent benefits..... click apply for full job details
Anonymous Ipswich, UK
18/07/2019
Full time
Team Leader (Sheltered and Supported Housing) - Ipswich- £30,000 - 12 Month FTC Social Housing Recruitment are working with a Housing Association based in Ipswich who are looking for a Team leader to deliver generic housing and neighbourhood services to tenants. This is a fantastic opportunity for someone to oversee the management of Scheme Managers across an Older person's service. Reporting directly into the Housing Services Manager, you will help lead on the delivery of landlord service, appraising performance in the wider housing team and being a part of a community driven housing association, which can shape the future for so many residents with a range of support needs helping to guide their independence. The Team Leader's responsibilities include: Overseeing the day to day operations of sheltered housing schemes, providing support and advice to Scheme Managers as a first point of contact. Monitoring the void to minimise financial loss within supported housing and conducting tenancy sign ups. Managing contractors to ensure that all work carried out is compliant with scheme procedures, in accordance with health and safety polices and an excellent service is delivered. The successful Team Leader must possess: Housing Management experience in relevant role with 1 years' experience Experience of working with customer focused organisation dealing sensitively and calmly with complaints and issues raised by tenants Knowledge and understanding on housing legislation and regulation Clean and full Driving Licence and use of a car is required In return, the successful candidate will receive a salary up to £30,000 on top of this you will receive a fantastic benefits package including a bonus scheme, a pension, season ticket loans, healthcare wellness plan plus much more
Anonymous Cumbria, UK
18/07/2019
Contractor
Manufacturing Engineer - Shipbuilding, Steel / Heavy Engineering A Manufacturing Engineer with Steel / Heavy Engineering is required to work on a twelve-month contract (with the possibility of extension) for our defence client based in Cumbria. This is a 12-month contract with a leading UK defence company. Overview of the Manufacturing Engineer - Shipbuilding, Steel / Heavy Engineering contract role Working during the transition to build phase of the product life cycle, the role involves analysing the design and creating an assembly sequence and particularly pipe fitting, electrical cable installation / termination, HVAC installation There are also major items of mechanical plant to be installed and connected to pipe / electrical systems. The role requires liaising with Operations, quality, Jig & Tool, to create an assembly sequence fully integrated with a quality inspection and test plan and appropriate supporting documentation. The role also requires provision of support to Operations during the build to resolve problems and gather and implement improvements to the build sequence and supporting documentation / equipment. The type of work being undertaken is ship building, consequently lifting and orientation of materials is a significant problem to overcome and needs to be fully integrated in to the build sequence and production plan.Key skills required for the Manufacturing Engineer - Steel / Heavy Engineering The candidate must have experience of working in the transition to build phase of the product life cycle; working in discrete manufacturing industries doing heavy fabrication and out-fitting. This is a heavy fabrication workshop involving working at height an in confined spaces, consequently experience planning work in these environments is very desirable, as-is a good understanding of the safety controls to ensure a safe system of work is maintained at all times. The systems and tools used are TeamCentre, Visualisation and SAP. Documentation is authored on MS Word, Excel and PowerPoint; we also use VISIO for process mapping purposes. The role is based in Barrow in Furness, Cumbria - commutable from Carnforth, Milnthorpe, Lancaster, Morecambe, Penrith, Workington, Whitehaven and The Lake District. If you are a Manufacturing Engineer with Shipbuilding, Steel / Heavy Engineering looking for a new contract either apply online or if would like to find out about other opportunities please contact Mark Ellis on or phone (phone number removed). Do you know anyone who might be looking for a new role? You could benefit from our candidate referral scheme. Contact me on the above contact details for more information. Outsource. Our People. Your Success. Outsource UK is one of the country's largest and most successful independent recruitment consultancies, specialising in the IT, Digital, Financial Services and Engineering sectors. We recruit talented people for contract and permanent opportunities, offer a consultative approach and have a reputation for providing a superior service to both clients and candidates. The business focuses on building long lasting relationships based on reliability and trust. We do this by hiring and retaining a great team of recruitment consultants who listen and understand our client's and candidate's needs. Our Manchester office (which covers the whole of the UK) provides a "one-stop shop" to clients and candidates operating in the engineering and manufacturing sectors and, in addition to Engineers, we source and provide temporary/contract and permanent opportunities for IT, Programme Management and Support Professionals (including Procurement / Purchasing / Supply Chain, HR, Finance and Administrative Support). Please visit our website
Anonymous Birmingham, UK
18/07/2019
Full time
Biodiversity Technical Specialist A new opportunity has become available to develop the technical quality, specifications, standards and assurance for the ecology and biodiversity aspects of the programme. The Infrastructure Directorate acts as the internal client of the design and construction and is accountable for developing the businesses which will operate and asset manage the end state railway. It is the Technical Design Authority, Technical Assurer and Guardian of Quality and Ultimate System Integrator. Accountabilities *Work within the Biodiversity Team to assist in developing and overseeing the delivery of the biodiversity agenda (and related policies/plans) in keeping with programme needs, statutory requirements and broader external requirements in order to deliver on biodiversity commitments, including finalising and overviewing Corporate, Phase 1, Phase 2a and Phase 2b biodiversity proposals and plans. *Prepare and review draft material for the programme in the lead-up to construction to ensure the programme designs in and mitigates its impact on receptors specifically with regard to biodiversity. *Deliver high quality technical support and advice to the project in order to ensure the best possible outcomes from a biodiversity perspective and ensure compliance with agreed standards and legislation. *Manage outputs and monitor allocated budgets. Experience *Experience of engaging with stakeholders. *Experience in a lead or review role in ecological impact assessment and environmental statements. *Experience of Habitat Regulations Assessments. *Experience of submitting/holding protected species licences. *Experience of managing environmental projects on complex schemes. *Experience of technically reviewing WFD assessments Details *Birmingham *Salary: £36300-£45000 pa Please apply as soon as possible or call Olivia on (phone number removed) --- Fusion People are committed to promoting equal opportunities to people regardless of age, gender, religion, belief, race, sexuality or disability. We operate as an employment agency and employment business. You'll find a wide selection of vacancies on our website
Anonymous Bristol, UK
18/07/2019
Contractor
Cost Engineer / Estimator Security Cleared Cost Engineer / Estimator is required to work with a niche consultancy to work on a potentially long term piece of work on site at the MOD in Bristol. In order to be considered you will have: -Previous MOD experience -Currently, Security cleared to SC level --If your SC clearance has lapsed this will be a great opportunity as the client will be able to commence the process to re-apply and you should be able to start whilst the clearance is being obtained 6 months initial contract - with very likely ongoing extensions. Start dates end of July start of August 2019
Anonymous Church Rd, Dartmouth TQ6 0PZ, UK
18/07/2019
Full time
Cleaner, 1 to 10 hours, Stoke on Trent Cleaning a Lidl store is no easy task; first there's the shop floor to clean, the warehouse to mop, the staff room to scrub and toilets to bleach. It's might be a short day's work but it's certainly a busy one. You'll need to make sure you work through your tasks quickly and thoroughly to get the store looking perfect for our customers. You'll also be responsible for making sure the staff areas are a great place for our hard-working teams to spend their breaks. Not only will you keep the store looking spotless, you'll also make sure it's a safe place to shop and work, by clearing up spillages in the aisles and removing bits of packaging that may have fallen onto the warehouse floor during a delivery. You'll work alongside the other members of the store team too, and we're all very proud of what we do, so you'll all be pushing to make your store the best one for miles around. What will you do? •Maintain a clean and tidy store, paying close attention to all customer-facing areas •Prioritise cleanliness and safety in the store to make it a nice environment for all •Clean the warehouse area including the waste and recycling sections •Operate industrial cleaning machinery •Carry out minor maintenance tasks and report any major requirements to your manager What will you need? •Previous cleaning or maintenance experience is beneficial but not essential •A hands-on approach to your work and a keen eye for detail •The ability to carry out your tasks independently •Motivation to do the best job for your store and your team What do we offer? You will be well-rewarded for your work at Lidl. Not only will you be part of a secure, growing business, we'll make sure you have all the training you need for your role. As well as your competitive hourly rate, starting from £9.00 with the ability to earn up to £9.30, you will also get 30 days' holiday (pro-rata), a pension scheme, discount on our products and corporate discounts on holidays, days out, cinema tickets and plenty more. Please note your employment is conditional upon the Company's receipt of satisfactory references and if requested by the Company, a satisfactory Disclosure and Barring Service check
Anonymous Telford, UK
18/07/2019
Full time
Cleaner, 11 to 20 hours, Telford Cleaning a Lidl store is no easy task; first there's the shop floor to clean, the warehouse to mop, the staff room to scrub and toilets to bleach. It's might be a short day's work but it's certainly a busy one. You'll need to make sure you work through your tasks quickly and thoroughly to get the store looking perfect for our customers. You'll also be responsible for making sure the staff areas are a great place for our hard-working teams to spend their breaks. Not only will you keep the store looking spotless, you'll also make sure it's a safe place to shop and work, by clearing up spillages in the aisles and removing bits of packaging that may have fallen onto the warehouse floor during a delivery. You'll work alongside the other members of the store team too, and we're all very proud of what we do, so you'll all be pushing to make your store the best one for miles around. What will you do? •Maintain a clean and tidy store, paying close attention to all customer-facing areas •Prioritise cleanliness and safety in the store to make it a nice environment for all •Clean the warehouse area including the waste and recycling sections •Operate industrial cleaning machinery •Carry out minor maintenance tasks and report any major requirements to your manager What will you need? •Previous cleaning or maintenance experience is beneficial but not essential •A hands-on approach to your work and a keen eye for detail •The ability to carry out your tasks independently •Motivation to do the best job for your store and your team What do we offer? You will be well-rewarded for your work at Lidl. Not only will you be part of a secure, growing business, we'll make sure you have all the training you need for your role. As well as your competitive hourly rate, starting from £9.00 with the ability to earn up to £9.30, you will also get 30 days' holiday (pro-rata), a pension scheme, discount on our products and corporate discounts on holidays, days out, cinema tickets and plenty more. Please note your employment is conditional upon the Company's receipt of satisfactory references and if requested by the Company, a satisfactory Disclosure and Barring Service check
Anonymous Oldham, UK
18/07/2019
Full time
Job Purpose: To carry out the professional duties of a class teacher in any area of the school, within the "Conditions of Employment of School Teachers", as defined in the current "School Teachers' Pay and Conditions Document". To teach pupils within the school and to carry out such other associated duties as are reasonably assigned by the Headteacher. Key Tasks: 1. To provide a differentiated curriculum, ensuring progress and continuity 2. To be the class teacher of the allocated class, displaying a high level of professional ability. 3. To work alongside colleagues in planning, implementing, evaluating, recording and reporting the progress of the class. 4. To be responsible for the learning environment ensuring high quality class displays which support learning and follow school policy. 5. To ensure all school policies are followed. 6. To direct the work of Teaching Assistants to support the learning of children in the class. 7. Communicate and consult with parents of pupils. 8. Be aware of and implement the requirements of the school's SEN policy and procedures. 9. To work occasionally out of school hours to support school functions and requirements. 10. Assist the Lead Practitioners and SLT in determining and resourcing the needs of the class, and ensuring the effective and efficient use of these resources. 11. Maintain good order and discipline among pupils, safeguarding their health and safety when they are involved in school activities on the school site or elsewhere. 12. Promote and provide equal opportunities for children, and awareness of differences and tolerances. 13. To reflect a positive image of the school, supporting the overall ethos and direction of the school, as determined by the Head Teacher and Governors. 14. Co-ordinate a curriculum area. (Not NQT) Standard Duties: 1. To actively promote the equalities and diversity agenda in the workplace and in service delivery. 2. To be familiar with safeguarding and health and safety polices of the school and Local Authority. 3. To participate in self-improvement in performance through workplace development. 4. Undertake any additional duties commensurate with the grade of the post. Education, Qualifications and training Qualified Teacher Status Evidence of commitment to continuing professional development. Application and Certificates Knowledge & experience Experience of primary teaching with class responsibility in KS1 or KS2. Good understanding of current theory and best practice in teaching and learning Good knowledge of the National Curriculum and its assessment An understanding of effective strategies for maintaining high standards of behaviour within the classroom An understanding of equality of opportunity issues and how they can be addressed in school Clear knowledge and good understanding of assessment strategies in KS1 or KS2. A clear understanding of Safeguarding and Child Protection issues Skills & abilities Demonstrate the skills of a good teacher, including ability to: * Interest, encourage and engage pupils * Provide appropriate levels of challenge * Use resources effectively (including ICT) * Make effective use of Teaching Assistants * Use assessment information effectively * Enable pupils to work independently * Ensure that all groups of pupils make good progress * Create a well organised and stimulating learning environment * Effectively deliver all areas of the curriculum within the school's timetable An ability to make a significant contribution to the school ethos that promotes high achievement A commitment to promoting equal opportunities and meeting the special educational needs of all pupils A commitment to raising achievement and accelerating progress for all groups of pupils, including those previously identified as higher attaining and/or disadvantaged The ability to work as part of a team in planning and implementing a broad and balanced curriculum The ability to work within the framework of national and whole school policies to ensure consistency of practice The ability to relate to and communicate effectively with parents and carers and to encourage their active participation in the educational process A commitment to further your own professional development and to the principle of continuous improvement. An understanding of safeguarding and child protection issues Evidence of good or outstanding teaching ability Ability to engage and motivate pupils, developing and maintaining good behaviour and attitudes in them. Set high expectations and standards and provide a role model for pupils and staff. Willingness to lead a National Curriculum subject. Ability to work as part of a team and to direct the work of teaching assistants effectively to support children's learning. Know when to seek advice and support. Be able to support the ethos of the school. To be willing to contribute to extra curricular activities. Communicate effectively orally and in writing to a range of audiences. The ability to prioritise and manage own time effectively. Personal qualities High levels of enthusiasm, motivation and commitment. An ability to be reflective and self evaluate A sense of perspective and an ability to rise to challenges Deal appropriately with issues of confidentiality SPECIAL CONDITIONS This school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff to share this commitment. Any offer made is subject to an enhanced DBS check
Anonymous South Burlington, VT, USA
18/07/2019
Contractor
Senior Engineer (NEC Term Service Manager) Are you looking to work closer to home? An exciting opportunity has arisen for a Senior Engineer for a local authority based in Gloucestershire. Post: Senior Engineer (NEC Term Service Manager) Rate: Circa £38 per hour Temporary Position - 10 months initially The main duties of the role are as follows: Ensure the day-to-day operation for StreetCare's Supply Chain of NEC3 and NEC4 Term Service Contracts, encompassing all aspects. Day-to-day management of complex projects through the issuing of task orders. To lead and be a champion for promoting and encouraging all members of the team to work in a spirit of mutual trust and collaboration. Chairing regular meetings, such as project meetings, early warning meetings and risk reduction meetings. Ensure the issuing of all communications in a form that can be read, copied and recorded and the issuing of responses within the period for reply.Requirements Substantial experience in highway works and experience in NEC Project Manager / Term Service Manager Role. NEC3 and/or NEC4 Project Manager and/or Term Service Manager Accreditation. Substantial Incorporated or Chartered Membership of an appropriate Institution. Must have experience in leading and be a champion for promoting and encouraging all members of the team to delivery on NEC3 and NEC4 Term Service Contracts and relevant timescales. Managing the day-to-day operation for complex projects through the issuing of task ordersClients are looking to interview and shortlist shortly, so please submit your CV promptly for consideration. Please apply with submission of your CV and Michael Clark from our London CPE office will be in Touch. For more information and a confidential chat about the position, please do not hesitate to call us on (phone number removed). Still searching? Not all of our vacancies are on our website yet. We're happy to provide a tailored careers guidance service, so for the best chance of finding your ideal opportunity, get in touch with one of our specialist consultants and we will be able to support you with your job search. Randstad CPE values diversity and promotes equality. No terminology in this advert is intended to discriminate against any of the protected characteristics that fall under the Equality Act 2010. We encourage and welcome applications from all sections of society and are more than happy to discuss reasonable adjustments and/or additional arrangements as required to support your application. Candidates must be eligible to live and work in the UK. For the purposes of the Conduct Regulations 2003, when advertising permanent vacancies we are acting as an Employment Agency, and when advertising temporary/contract vacancies we are acting as an Employment Business
Anonymous 7, Kingston Court, 60 Gower St, Glasgow G41 5QD, UK
18/07/2019
Contractor
Job Description Top Major Tasks and Activities: Plan, control and deliver small to medium commissioning activities, and make an input as required to cross-functional investigations, ensuring requirements are delivered to plan The performance and conduct of electrical and or mechanical Commissioning during Ship Assembly, System Commissioning and System Integration Ensure the safe and efficient electrical and/or mechanical testing and commissioning of all systems and equipment within the scope of the appropriate Test Groups for PWLS Commissioning. Ensures that the relevant operating Rules generated by the operational safety cases are fully understood and implemented during all Test and Commissioning activities. Ensure the all systems are commissioned to schedule with the minimum disruption and re-work. Monitor and assist any Production Test activities and Equipment Suppliers Commissioning to eliminate or minimise any conflict that occurs re personnel/equipment safety, safety and programme. Ensure that all Electrical and or Mechanical Commissioning is conducted iaw the approved Test documentation to maintain the requirements of the test and commissioning programme. Assist (as required) in the maintenance and upkeep of equipment installed on the shipResponsibilities Key responsibilities include: The Commissioning Engineer is accountable to the Principal Commissioning Engineer for the execution of their tasks. Evaluate technical issues in order to develop proposals for investigations and/or solutions, including process improvements. Participate fully in developing, maintaining and modifying commissioning processes and procedures in assigned areas in response to technical developments and operational need. Carry out technical analyses and investigations, including evaluation and selection of technical options, and prepare reports with suggested recommendations to support the resolution of problems Matchtech acts as an employment agency for permanent recruitment and employment business for the supply of temporary workers and is part of Gattaca Plc. Gattaca Plc provides support services to Matchtech and may assist with processing your application
Anonymous Horwich, Bolton, UK
18/07/2019
Full time
A bit about us: We're a bunch of people who go to great lengths to make sure our customers are the happiest customers out there. We may sell everything from washing machines to PlayStations, but at our core we're a people business. We roll up our sleeves and work together to make things happen. From logistics, recycling to our award winning IT teams, almost everything we do, we do ourselves to make sure every aspect of our customer journey is done properly. We launched in 2000 as a result of a £1 bet in a Bolton pub. 18 years later we have a 5* TrustPilot rating (after 100K reviews), expanded our business into Europe and floated on the London stock exchange, but we never lose sight of what we're about. More about the role: AO Business is at the start of its journey, with growth ambitions to rival that of the retail business. The successful candidate can be an important part of that journey. In the Commercial Operations team we're obsessive about our customers and the experience they get with us. We work closely with teams from across the business to strive for the happiest customers by analysing, identifying and driving improvements to the customer journey. We're looking for someone who's inquisitive by nature, driven to source accurate data and is passionate about identifying and presenting the most efficient solutions, whilst having the customer's best interests at the forefront of their mind. Here's what you can expect to be doing: - Provide timely and accurate reporting, analysis performance to suggest improved ways of working. - Analysing large and complex data sets to identify areas of improvement and then driving these project ideas through to completion. - Monitoring B2B Contact Centre processes to ensure that Agents are delivering a high quality customer journey. - Actively engaging with other business units to support them with analysis and operational queries. - Using SQL to dig into data to automate and improve reporting provided to the B2B department. A few things about you: - Highly numerate and logical - Attention to detail - Excellent communications skills are required - Results driven and ambitious - SQL skills would be advantageous but not essential - Expertise to high level in Excel is essential - Previous use or understanding of Power BI or other Business intelligence software is beneficial - Relevant experience would be advantageous but not essential - Degree within a relevant field ie. Business information management or equivalent is beneficial but not essential Why choose AO: At AO, our culture and our AO'way of doing things is vital to our success. We're passionate people, determined to do whatever's necessary to make our customers happy. The AO motto is "treat every customer like you'd expect your nan to be treated, and make decisions your mum would be proud of". To do this, we train and empower each and every AO'er to strive for better ways of doing whatever they are doing. Our AO'ers don't just go through the motions and follow processes, it just isn't our thing. We don't follow trends, we set them. Great People Deserve Great Things: As an AO employee you can take full advantage of our benefits package. As well as the fundamentals, like pensions and holidays, we have designed our "AO Perks" to help you out financially and make your work life a little easier
Anonymous Wilmslow SK9, UK
18/07/2019
Full time
Customer Service Executive Reporting to: Client Operations Manager Department: Diary Management - Health and Safety Location: Wilmslow, SK9 5AR Hours: Monday - Friday 08:30 - 17:00 Salary: £17,000 per annum Are you looking for an exciting new role with opportunity for progression and personal development? We are looking for a Scheduler/Planner to join our busy Diary Management Team at our Head Office in Wilmslow! You will be responsible for contacting our current clients and booking in annual visits for our Field Consultants in line with our service offering, along with embracing our core values through being energetic, positive and supportive to your team, and focused on putting the client at the heart of everything you do. What will I be responsible for? • Contacting clients to book visits in line with their service agreement • Maximising Health and Safety Consultants time with confirmed visits • Reducing our Consultants travel time with effective diary planning • Ensuring all cancelled visits are followed up and re-booked • Achieving KPI's set regarding client visits • Dealing with and logging all Consultant queries, and where necessary, liaising with internal departments to answer any queries • Ensuring accurate reporting of visits related issues/queries • Generating and managing monthly Management Information reports • Liaising with Health and Safety Consultants, Regional Managers, Finance and Client Relations You will be expected to perform additional tasks as necessary to help achieve the overall business objectives of the organisation. Who are we looking for? The successful candidate for this role will have strong organisational skills as they will be managing multiple diaries at once. They will have excellent communication skills, along with a first-class telephone manner. Good geographical knowledge of the UK is essential, along with being competent using Microsoft Outlook, Excel and Word. As a natural problem solver, this person will have the ability to take ownership of any queries from start to finish, identifying and anticipating needs and offering solutions. The Company We are Citation. We are far from your average service provider as our colleagues bring their great personalities to work, not just their policies! We have been proudly delivering valuable HR and Health and Safety services to SME's across the UK for over 20 years. Passionate about service, we're on a mission to revolutionise our colleague's and client's experience by employing brilliant people who are experts at what they do and smile whilst they are doing it. Working for Citation you will have access to 25 days holiday plus your birthday off work, childcare vouchers, gym membership discounts , healthcare cash plan, the opportunity to purchase extra leave, pension contributions and more. It's a great place to work because of the people we employ. Fun, professional and supportive, we want likeminded individuals who love to love their job (no 'mood hoovers' here thanks!). So if our culture sounds like a good fit for you and you want to be part of our success story, then send us your details
Anonymous Croydon, UK
18/07/2019
Contractor
Trust Service Partner Location: Trust Based - Croydon Salary: Band 5 £22,400 - £29,200 Vacancy Type: Fixed Term/Secondment About the Role The primary responsibility of this role is to support Croydon Health Services to manage all their temporary workforce requirements. This is an opportunity to work independently at a Trust where you will act as the initial point of contact for our service, providing support across our key sites, as well as demonstrating account management and assisting in troubleshooting local issues between the Trust and NHS Professionals. You will use your initiative to provide effective liaison and relationship building across a range of operational, recruitment, quality and complaints management processes to deliver a client focused service. Key Tasks of the role: * Responsible for creating, building and maintaining relationships with stakeholder trust(s) and internal NHS Professionals departments to ensure service issues are identified and resolutions implemented. * Develop knowledge of terms of business and service requirements in order to improve/uphold operational standards. Ensure compliance of all NHS Professionals instructions, procedures and policies. * To participate in the local management of complaints and untoward incidents in accordance with the NHS Professionals policies and procedures and maintaining accurate documentation and record keeping following the meetings, consultations or incident involving clients and flexible workers. * Identify client issues and problems relating to service delivery and facilitate timely and effective resolutions. * Provide necessary cover for the absence of colleagues and the demands of the department. If you are looking for a fresh challenge, love working on the front line engaging with people and have the personality, flexibility, knowledge and experience required to deliver a high level of service to our clients, along with the ability to work in a highly motivated and performance driven team, then we want to hear from you. About the Candidate The successful candidate will have a good understanding of the service that NHS Professionals provides to their partner Trusts and have excellent Microsoft Office skills. The successful candidate will be enthusiastic, resilient, proactive in creating or looking for opportunities that will benefit the Trust and organisation, can adapt in a fast-paced environment and act as an advocate and advisor ​ About the Company NHS Professionals (NHSP) is the market leader in managed flexible worker services. We work in partnership with NHS Trusts around the country to reduce their reliance on expensive agencies by helping them build their own staff banks. We boast the largest database of more than 100,000 general and specialist nurses, doctors, midwives, administrative and allied healthcare professionals registered on our bank. We are extremely proud of our bank members, all of whom provide essential shift cover for our NHS clients to help them deliver safe, efficient and effective health services. NHS Professionals is embraced by the NHS. We are trusted for our shared values, our leadership in flexible working and the contribution we make to the healthcare community. Our people love working at NHS Professionals - together we help one another deliver the highest level of service. Our vision is to have a 'One NHSP' team who feel knowledgeable, confident and empowered. What perks are we offering in return? * Competitive salary with the opportunity for progression for exceptional performers * 27 days' annual leave per year plus 8 public holidays * Access to a stakeholder pension scheme * Health and wellbeing support * Access to a discount scheme and an employee recognition scheme. * Agile working * Ability to buy and sell annual leave Please note: In 2010 NHS Professionals moved to Limited Company status and therefore Agenda for Change terms and conditions are not applicable to this role. We reserve the right to close this vacancy early if enough applications are received. We will not contact unsuccessful applicants, therefore if you do not hear from us within 14 days of the vacancy closing, please assume that your application has been unsuccessful