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  • Group Health, Safety, Environment and Fire Manager

    £55000 per annum

    Job Description: Principal People have been exclusively retained by GreenSquare Group to find a talented health, safety and compliance professional who is keen to make a difference. They are a major provider of housing, care and commercial services delivered through its 12,000 owned and managed properties across Wiltshire, Oxfordshire and Gloucestershire. GreenSquare Group was founded in 2008 but parts of the group date back to 1866, driven by the mission to tackle the poor state of housing conditions to those in need. They have stuck close to this original mission and have developed an innovative approach to help change the lives of its residents and those who benefit from the support of the group. The group is built up of six separate business area's - GreenSquare Community Housing is to support those in need and deliver care within the community, GreenSquare Estates offer estates and grounds management services across the region, GreenSquare Construction develop properties and through GreenSquare Energy acts as a dedicated maintenance team also known as a 'DLO'. This role follows a review of how the organisation manage health, safety and property compliance following Ruth Cooke's appointment as CEO. The role will play a lead in the Group to develop a positive safety culture, develop a team and create a robust method of managing property compliance with the foresight to innovate in line with the review of building safety in light of the current reform driven by Dame Judith Hackitt's report 'Building a Safety Future'. This role will be supported by a dedicated health and safety team working alongside an asset management and compliance team. The organisation has recently reviewed its executive structure and it is currently one of the groups top priorities to create a robust safety function that is fit for purpose and can be an example in the region of safety excellence. Key responsibilities of this equally strategic and operational role include. Leading the development and implementation of the Health & Safety strategy to promote not only safe workplace's but safe communities and homes. Creating strategic plans for the future of GreenSquares Health and Safety procedures and policies in relation to their company values. Developing and implementing processes to achieve a robust property compliance function with emphasis of electrical safety, Gas Safety, Fire Safety, Asbestos Management, Water Hygiene (legionella) and Lift's. Working alongside the Head of Risk and Assurance to drive a positive safety culture within the organisation and map out a journey to take the association forward. Rigorously reviewing the performance of Health and Safety throughout GreenSquares portfolio. The successful Group Safety, Health, Environment and Fire Manager will possess. A track record of delivering improved Health and Safety performance at senior management level, within a housing or property related background. A NEBOSH Diploma (or equivalent qualification and/or experience working at a similar level. Experience of managing a range of stakeholder relationships, establishing shared goals in pursuing tangible delivery of agreed objectives. A strong drive and hunger to make a real difference and completely redesign the way safety is managed. The ability to inspire, motivate and direct a diverse and professional workforce to achieve a high quality, value driven team. With direct links to major stakeholders and the ability to make an impact from day one, this is a unique position and an incredible career opportunity. If you are interested in discussing this further, please apply today. If you would like to discuss further, please contact our retained Recruitment Partners - Principal People and speak to Reece Rowden (phone number removed) or Aleks Smolski (phone number removed) for an informal and confidential …

    June 25, 2019 09:56:47

  • Construction Manager London

    London,£55000 per annum

    Job Description: Company profile. Be First is a unique company which prides itself on having the business acumen of the private sector, the ethos of the public sector and the vitality of the voluntary sector. Barking and Dagenham is London's fastest developing borough and Be First, the Council's pioneering urban regeneration company, provides a fantastic environment for talented regeneration professionals to thrive. Be First is spearheading the drive to maximise the borough's potential and deliver 50,000 homes over the next 20 years. At this exciting time for the borough, Greenacre Recruitment are working in partnership with Be First to recruit a number of key positions. We are looking for Construction Project Managers, Assistant Construction Managers, Assistant Quantity Surveyors, Apprenticeship Construction Managers, Clerk of Works and administrators with expertise in new build construction (housing and education), capital works delivery (housing, education, built environment). Be First to seize the opportunity. Construction Project Manager (New Build Development. This post acts as one of the lead Construction Project Managers within the Regeneration Projects Team. The successful candidate will be responsible for delivering a range of internal and external new build development projects up to the value of £120million, co-ordinating projects teams, ensuring the agreed outcomes are delivered on time, within budget and to the required quality standards. Main responsibilities. Manage mixed tenure housing projects that deliver development schemes on time, within budget and to Be First's quality standard. To advise on all aspects of procurement and delivery of new build development, property projects and implementing appropriate procurement and contract strategies, working with clients to define needs to ensure that they meet their business aims and objectives, leading on value planning and risk management exercises prior to the decision to commit. To propose a range of projects that meet investment requirements and in conjunction with design, programme and contracts staff, ascertain the feasibility of options undertaking value management and risk management exercises to recommend preferred choices. To advise clients on the whole life costs of designing, building, operating, maintaining, decommissioning and, where appropriate, funding new build development programmes. To be responsible for delegated budgets, and the planning and control of a programme of projects ensuring that all aspects of cost, time, quality, safety and change control are effectively monitored and managed. Monitoring and managing the performance of project teams, project outcomes and the supply chain ensuring that appropriate action is taken to achieve agreed targets for each project and to provide the right working environment to avoid disruption between trades. Undertake assigned projects, ensuring that agreed outcomes are delivered on time, within budget and to the expected standard. Regularly visit sites to undertake inspections of works and establish standards of quality on site. Maintain the highest standards of health, safety and environmental management. To lead on project risk management exercises, preparing gateway information as required and alerting the line management to risks to project budget, programme and other projected outputs. Manage the client expectations and adopt a professional and considerate approach to maintain good working relations. To be responsible for the coordination, implementation and delivery of all allocated projects in the most economic manner to eliminate waste and avoid non-recoverable costs and preliminaries losses. To prepare and present project plans and reports to a wide variety of audiences as may be required. Lead and motivate the project team to deliver the projects. Manage project handover and ensure defect / snag free completion. Support the strategy for the closure of defects during defects period and obtain certificate of Making Good Defects within targets set. Understand the Performance Targets and, ensure that compliance with appropriate measurement processes are in place. May be required to work outside normal working hours to attend stakeholder engagement sessions in relation to portfolio of work. Essential Candidate Criteria. Degree level education or equivalent in a construction related subject. (e.g. Construction Technology, Building Surveying or Quantity Surveying. Experience of New Build residential. Experience of construction project management. Experience of managing budgets and cost control. Experience of co-ordinating and managing project teams. Being customer friendly, methodical and highly organised. Desirable Candidate Criteria. To be a member of a construction related professional body (e.g. RICS or CIOB. To hold a project management qualification or equivalent to Prince2 or APM. Company Benefits. Flexible working arrangements. 35hr week, 8am to 4pm or 9am to 5pm. Matched Pension contribution, up to 10. 30days holiday per annum. Lap top. Mobile. Please complete your application by sending your CV, if you have any queries please contact Greenacre using the email address attached to the …

    June 25, 2019 09:20:02

  • Homologation Engineer West Midlands

    West Midlands,£50000 per annum

    Job Description: Given our ambitious and exciting growth plans for the future we are looking for a Homologation Engineer to join the team. We are looking for someone who has five years' experience as a Homologation engineer and is looking to develop and grow into this role. This is an exciting opportunity to work alongside two experienced Homologation engineers who have over 30 years' experience in this field and will involve frequent travel to Europe. The role. You will play a key role in co-ordinating the Homologation activities to support Engineering, Sales and Marketing, Government Affairs and new product introduction. You will ensure compliance with published Homologation timing requirements, ensure compliance with Vehicle 'End of Life' legislation whilst ensuring the cost effectiveness of all Homologation activities e.g. equipment and facility hire, external contract labour etc. Role responsibilities. Plan, organise and control time efficiently and profitably. Maintaining European type approval. Maintaining conformity of production clearance. End of life vehicles (ELV) compliance activities. Maintaining taxi licensing compliance. Conduct and co-ordinate tests in accordance with published Homologation plans in the UK and Europe. Assist in the build specification of Homologation test properties. Assist with departmental specifications and procedures. Liaise with outsource facility providers both in terms of cost and timing agreements. Legislative and safety test requirements including instrumentation, data collection, analysis, and presentation. The person. 5 years' experience in automotive Homologation / legislation environment with a manufacturing, OEM or first tier 1 supplier. Previous experience of exhaust emissions would be an advantage. Previous experience from a quality background or vehicle development engineering. Must be a good communicator and able to build sustainable relationships internally and externally with multi-disciplinary teams i.e. Engineering, Sales and Marketing, Government Affairs. Can persuade, negotiate and challenge and influence others. Have excellent organisational, analytical and attention to detail capabilities. Self-motivated, results orientated and team player. Strong project management capabilities and ability to work to deadlines. Ability to understand continuous improvement and work within this environment. Must have good general computing skills including Excel, Work, PowerPoint and Outlook. Educated to Motor Industry Engineering Apprenticeship level or an HNC/D in Engineering or equivalent industry experience. Must have a full car driving license. Excellent package and opportunity. Call Rachel Adams NOW on (phone number removed) or apply online with CV …

    June 25, 2019 09:14:08

  • Design and Pre-Construction Manager London

    London,£55000 per annum

    Job Description: Be First Job Description. Be First is changing the landscape of Barking and Dagenham, contributing to the Council's goal of 50,000 new homes and 20,000 new jobs created over the next 20 years. As part of that Be First are delivering approximately £1bn worth of capital works over the next 5 years ranging from new build houses to roads, bridges, and schools. We require a design manager to join us, to ensure we get the best out of what we do. Job Title: Design & Pre-Construction Manager. Salary: £55k. Key Role Responsibilities. Managing the 'Be First Book'. Holding the pen and ensuring that we are consistent in what we do. Developing, Instilling and then managing a design development process, consistent across all schemes. Managing the relationship between Be First architects, the Be First Development and Contractors Teams and the contractors during the design phase of a project. Capturing design change and assisting in ensuring that its costed properly. Assisting the document control team in managing a robust and contractually compliant process. Ensuring that Be First designs meet statutory, legal and London planning requirements, working with the planning consultants and the development team. Ensuring that design milestones are tracked and met. Ensuring Be First and the Principal Designer carry out their design duties. Lead and roll out the BIM strategy. Support safety by design across all schemes. Lead the design consultant appointment process by sourcing or tendering an appropriate framework or procurement process for going forwards. Manage the consultant supply chain in the review of documentation. Manage the design strategy for the next 5 years, both from a concept and a practical perspective. Provide overview to the framework management team on the DPS and construction management framework performance. Reporting to:- Assistant Construction Director or Assistant Development Director. Key Skills and Attributes:. Literate in the use of Microsoft Office, CAD and good knowledge of EDMS systems. Understands BIM and BIM strategy. Meets deadlines. Organises others in the meeting of design deadlines. Demonstrable people management skills. Proven ability in dealing with construction issues in a live environment. Understands the RIBA scheme of works design process and the outputs required. Good knowledge of UK construction best practice. Good knowledge of OJEU compliance requirements for design partners. Excellent knowledge of the London Plan for Housing. Excellent working knowledge of the CDM regulations. Can demonstrate ability of managing multiple facet design previously. Great communicator. Comfortable speaking to both the client and contractors. Proven ability to upskill, build and manage a team. Understands what's best for us as a business, commercial acumen that drives effective decision making. Gets the best out of people, both sides of the organisation. Able to react to changing requirements. Shows great dexterity in the works they undertake. Demonstrates a practical approach to problem solving. Chartered Engineer or heading towards chartership. Training to be provided:. Appropriate EDMS training. Excel upskilling training (if needed. Start Date- June …

    June 25, 2019 09:11:12

  • Building Safety Manager (Construction, Housing) THTB84163 North West England

    North West England,£50000 per annum

    Job Description: Building Safety Manager (Construction, Housing) THTB84163. Sale. £50,000 per annum. Permanent, 36.25 hours per week. A vacancy has arisen in our Property Repairs team for a Building Safety Manager. Reporting to the Head of Building Safety, the main duties of the role are to. To manage buildings within your portfolio in a manner that ensures a coordinated building safety approach that reflects the Trust's corporate image and responsibility. To support the co-ordination of the building(s) Compliance Programme to include fire equipment, portable appliance testing, alarms, legionella and any other compliance works within your portfolio. The implementation and co-ordination of Fire Safety, Fire Evacuation and security arrangements within your buildings to ensure a safe and compliance working environment. To ensure and to challenge colleagues in the adequate management of Fire Risk Assessments and to ensure they are kept up to date. To manage an effective building safety file on site and to ensure good housekeeping is carried out throughout the building. To be the building's named Duty Holder and to champion personal ownership from yourself and from all staff in terms of building safety management. Attend any contractor / consultant / procurement meetings with colleagues for works taking place at buildings within your portfolio. Ensure that all relevant aspects of Health and Safety legislation and Building Regulations are adhered to in all circumstances relating to buildings within your portfolio, taking into full consideration recommendations in the revised Building Regulatory regime. Compile / contribute to internal policies, procedures and systems for the operation of functions within your buildings. Liaise with other streams in respect of maintenance and asset management programmes as well as supervising all building and maintenance contractors through processes such as Permit to Work (PTW) schemes. The successful applicant will have Chartered Membership of CIH or CIOB and a degree or equivalent in the construction or housing management sector. Extensive Project Management experience (PRINCE2 or equivalent) is also important essential for this role. The successful candidate must have previously managed a team and can demonstrate change management experience. Trafford Housing Trust encourages a healthy work/life balance and we offer an attractive benefits package for employees, as well as a competitive and transparent system of pay and reward. These benefits include excellent training and development opportunities, a salary sacrifice childcare voucher scheme, access to the Social Housing Defined Contribution pension scheme and annual leave allowance. Closing date: 7th July 2019. This is a Blue Octopus Recruitment Ltd vacancy who are operating as an employment agency. Once you have clicked to apply for this vacancy, we will then send you more information on the role including a copy of the application form via …

    June 25, 2019 08:22:59

  • Financial Controller North West England

    North West England,£50000 per annum

    Job Description: Job Title: Financial Controller. Location: Wythenshawe, Manchester (M22. Salary: £50K + Annual Bonus + Benefits. Contract Type: Permanent. Sector: Manufacturing/Management. Company & Role. Our client is currently one of the UK's leading Electrical Manufacturer's operating throughout the UK and exporting to a large number of countries globally. We are currently recruiting for an experienced Financial Controller for their site based in Manchester. You would be responsible for the overall managerial responsibility for the effective and efficient financial control of the Wythenshawe site. As the Financial Controller, your duties will be. Participate as a key member of the sites management team. Produce the monthly site accounts within 2 days of the period end. Report all of the sites financial performance including relevant KPI's. Maintenance and development of the costing system to ensure that product costs are accurate. Produce monthly forecasts and annual budgets for the site. Responsible for monitoring and management of the sites working capital, in particular inventory and fixed assets. Ensure on a monthly basis that all significant variances against budget and forecast are fully understood and explainable. The ideal Financial Controller will hold the following skills and experiences. Ideally hold a degree within a relevant discipline. Minimum of 3 years working experience within a similar role ideally in a Manufacturing/Production/Engineering industry. Must have a CIMA certification. Experienced with SAP and all MS Office software. Eagerness to learn and continuously improve. Ability to communicate with people at every level. In return the successful applicant will have a generous starting salary with the opportunity to earn up to 20% annual bonus + company benefits an discount schemes. You would also have the option of a car allowance. Hrs of work are Monday – Thursday 07:00-15:30hrs and Friday's will finish at 11:30hrs, although some flexibility is …

    June 24, 2019 04:27:39

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