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  • Highway Maintenance Design Engineer West Yorkshire

    West Yorkshire,£30 to £ 35 per hour

    Job Description: Working on behalf of a local authority, Intech are looking to recruit an experienced Highway Maintenance Design Engineer based in Huddersfield. This role is for a Senior Engineer working in the Planned Maintenance team designing and delivering highway maintenance schemes, and supervising on site. You will be responsible for the design, delivering, programming and supervising of planned maintenance schemes, predominately surfacing and patching schemes, in line with the Councils asset management requirements. This is a temporary position, commencing ASAP, initially for seven months with possibility for further extensions. Its full time hours, 37 hours per week, 9am to 5pm, Monday to Friday. The rate is £35 per hour paid through umbrella on a weekly basis. For more information and to apply for this position, please send your CV with a covering email to explain why you feel you should be considered for this post. By sending us your CV you are explicitly consenting to our processing of your personal data on a computer database for the purpose of evaluating your application for employment. This processing will be carried out in accordance with the UK Data Protection Act 1998. By applying for this role you hereby consent to us to finding you work on your behalf. If you do not wish your CV to be sent to our client then you must clearly state this to us. iNTECH Recruitment act as both an employment agency for all permanent positions and as an employment business for temporary contract positions. Please note: All calls are recorded for training, quality and business …

    February 22, 2019 06:44:35

  • Transformation Director West Midlands

    West Midlands,£80000 to £ 102000 per annum

    Job Description: Transformation Director (HR/Project Management) 12 month FT Contract £80-£102k. An exciting opportunity has arisen to join a Midlands based CCG (NHS) to lead an important transformation programme. The postholder will be part of the Transition Board and responsible for developing effective strategic and operational plans to manage and deliver the CCG's vision. The postholder will provide leadership in ensuring that programmes of work are focused on delivering agreed outcomes and will work with very senior and diverse stakeholders. The ideal candidate will have. Significant experience of managing complex programmes through to successful delivery. Thorough understanding and detailed knowledge of current health and social care policy and an appreciation of the implications of this on engagement and communication initiatives. Highly developed communication skills with the ability to communicate on highly complex matters and difficult situations. Excellent presentation skills with the ability to succinctly convey complex concepts to various stakeholders. Ability to communicate effectively with clinical, academic and all levels of staff. Politically astute, able to grasp relevant issues and understand the relationships between interested parties. Be independent in judgement and think creatively. Ability to identify risks, anticipate issues and create solutions and to resolve problems in relation to project or service delivery. Ability to understand and analyse a broad range of complex information quickly and making decisions where opinions differ/no obvious solution. Ability to demonstrate a high level of expertise in providing senior leadership. Ability to lead and manage a small/core team to deliver designated the assigned outcomes. Ability to operate and effectively manage within a matrix arrangement. Although an HR background is not essential, this role would suit applicants from a Human Resources, Senior Leadership and Project Management background. NHS experience is also not essential but a good understanding of current health services challenges will be crucial. Our client intends to move fast on recruiting this post so please don't delay in sending in your details. Please send your …

    February 22, 2019 05:43:14

  • Mechanical Engineering Technician West Yorkshire

    West Yorkshire,£20000 to £ 25000 per annum

    Job Description: Mechanical Engineering Technician. West Yorkshire. £20,000 to £25,000 p/a. Full-time, permanent. We are working with an education provider in the West Yorkshire area who are looking for a full-time and permanent Mechanical Engineering Technician to join their team. The successful candidate would be based in the education provider's mechanical engineering workshop, and you would be tasked with the maintenance of the workshop machinery, and also assisting the learners in the workshop. The education provider would also potentially look to put you through a teaching qualification, so this could be a fantastic role if you are looking to make the move into Engineering Teaching. The starting salary for this position is between £20,000 and £25,000 per annum, which would also include a pension, in-house training, and a generous holiday allowance. To be eligible for the position, you MUST have. A level 3 engineering qualification. Some experience of mechanical maintenance. I am looking to set up interviews as soon as possible, so if you are interested and available for interview, please reply with your CV and daytime contact number and I'll get back to you, or you can always call me on (phone number removed). Please feel free to pass on my details if you know someone who might be interested. Boston Rose is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff, applicants and clients to share this commitment. This role will involve work with under 18's or vulnerable adults. Any appointment will be made subject to strict vetting and screening checks and receipt of a satisfactory enhanced DBS check. Boston Rose Ltd acts as an employment business for temporary positions and an employment agency for permanent …

    February 22, 2019 05:31:00

  • Town Planning Monitong Officer (Policy) London

    London,£26500 to £ 26750 per annum

    Job Description: Carrington West are assisting their client based in London in their search for a Planning Monitoring Officer to join their Planning Policy Team. Our client is a property developer, including commercial agency, construction and planning consultancy, and also undertake statutory planning services on behalf of a Council (including Development Management, Planning Policy and Building Control). They utilise council and commercial investment resources to acquire sites, secure planning permission and build out new residential and commercial developments. This role will suit a graduate or someone at the beginning of their career. You will be interested in data and statistics, but understand how this ties into development and the built environment. Your job will be to monitor progress of planning permissions through to construction and completion, identifying issues slowing delivery and assisting colleagues in coming up with the solutions to address this. This is a new role, and will sit within the Planning Policy Team which itself is undergoing significant change to become a proactive, research-oriented team that ensures planning is set up to facilitate and deliver successful, sustainable places. There is lots of scope to make this role your own, and being adaptable to its development is key. Key responsibilities will include. • Identify and / or develop the tools and processes to gather accurate and up-to-date information to monitor the progress of planning permissions, including residential completions. • Liaising with colleagues to input into the borough's housing trajectory and 5 year housing supply, as well as indicators for the Annual Monitoring Report (AMR) and tracking of New Homes Bonus. • Keep the London Mayor's London Development Database up-to-date. • Collect from scheme projects and liaise with developers, colleagues and other stakeholders. • Analyse data yourself including quantitative analysis where appropriate, presenting key findings as required, and deriving insight including potential solutions to problems. • Building your profile to be able to successfully liaise with developers, colleagues at the company and other teams in the Council. Salary - £26,500 per year. If you feel that you are right for this job technically, but the salary/rate, location or seniority does not suit you specifically then please still feel free to send us your CV. We constantly recruit for roles very similar to this one at all levels UK Wide. We are always keen to chat with you discreetly about your employment situation. Please call Ben Hitchman on (phone number removed) or email. By applying for this position you are agreeing that Carrington West will hold and process your personal data in accordance with our Data Protection Policy. Your data will be shared with third party clients specifically relevant to any roles you have applied for. If at any stage you wish to withdraw your consent please contact …

    February 22, 2019 05:24:10

  • Principal Engineer - Secondary Propulsion

    £52.17 per hour

    Job Description: Principal Engineer – Secondary Propulsion. A Principal Engineer for Secondary Propulsion 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 Principal Engineer – Secondary Propulsion contract role. To coordinate and execute engineering tasks, or packages of work, and to provide guidance and advice in a consistent professional manner within the discipline, taking cognisance of appropriate budget, timescale and quality standards, providing leadership where required. Core Duties. To undertake the full range of propulsion fluid system design analysis and/or support the development and production of major propulsion equipment through collaborative working with suppliers. To author system design documentation including, but not limited to, design descriptions, safety documentation, test and commissioning specifications and design verifications. To author equipment technical specifications within area of responsibility. To review documentation, calculations and analyses in accordance with Company processes and procedures. To liaise and communicate with client/customer within areas of responsibility. Review supplier deliverables and design documentation. To prepare documentation for, and present at design reviews. To support the procurement and equipment acceptance process within areas of responsibility and represent the engineering function at supplier reviews and other events. To formally review and check analyses and documentation in accordance with Company process. Key skills required for the Principal Engineer – Secondary Propulsion. Degree level in relevant engineering or science subject. Chartered status preferred. Extensive experience in steam plant and/or machinery design and development or fluid system design. 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 Principal Engineer with Propulsion and CFD experience looking for a new contract either apply online or if would like to find out about other opportunities please contact Mark Ellis on (url removed) 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 (url …

    February 22, 2019 05:08:11

  • AFC Band 3 South East England

    South East England,£9.50 to £ 10.46 per hour

    Job Description: A Public Sector body in Ashford are looking for a Business Support Administrator to join their fast-faced and busy office. This is a temporary contract due to run for 12 weeks initially. You will need to be pro-active, used to working in a busy environment and able to undertake administrative tasks such as data copy in input. Experience in taking minutes, and basic knowledge of MS Word and Excel is required. Benefits include. £9.50 PH ... Due to rise to £10.46 PH after 12 weeks. Full-time, Mon-Fri, 37 hrs per …

    February 22, 2019 04:57:28

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