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Morson International are currently recruiting for an Engineering Controller for one of our prestigious clients based at RNAS Yeovilton on a permanent basis. You will be responsible to the Wildcat Base Maintenance Manager. Key Accountabilities: Control of GOLDesp/MoD Form 700C aircraft documentation for allocated aircraft Short term maintenance planning using GOLDesp as directed by the Aircraft Controller Job planning and the allocation of resources to aircraft, GSE, MHE and Hangar facilities Assist in the Quality Control process for all paperwork generated by Wildcat Base Maintenance as (WBM) as directed Authorised for co-ordinating signature (clearance for flight) Determining the level of flight servicing required after maintenance when authorised Deputise for Aircraft Controller during times of absenceKnowledge and experience required: Must hold 3rd Signature authorisation Experience working within a managerial/supervisory position within Military Aviation Understanding of all aspects of Military aircraft engineering and documentation Current and competent use of GOLDesp If you have the following experience and would like to be considered, please apply today or contact Courtney for more information
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An Assemble Technician is required to join a live sciences business on a contract basis. Are you looking for an exciting opportunity? Have you got experience of working in a fast paced environment? If you are seeking an exciting new position then this is the role for you! Overview of the role: An opportunity has arisen for an energetic, intelligent and ambitious Assembly Technician to work within Bioquell's production cell. Working with the team to achieve the required daily targets, your role contains 75% mechanical assembly and 25% electrical assembly. Responsibilities: To carry out assembly operations (following suitable training) on a variety of electro-mechanical equipment. The following skills are required: Assembly of mechanical components using multiple fixing methods and standard and specialist tooling eg. torque drivers, air drivers, bespoke test equipment Have a good understanding of assembly principles, Ability to read and understand engineering specifications / instructions / Drawings Skilled use of hand and power tools within assembly processes Experience of wiring connections and the use of crimp tools Soldering using electrical soldering equipment Drilling and tapping holes using power and manual tools Carry out tests in accordance with manufacturing instructions following suitable training To be flexible and work in all areas of the business including stores, service pick/pack/despatch and peroxide filling and bottling. To work in a safe, clean and customer-focused approach. Key skills required: Essential skills: Physically fit to carry out manual assembly operations including lifting, kneeling, bending , standing for long periods Good manual dexterity Good eyesight (with spectacles if worn) and colour vision To be driven by quality and customer satisfaction To work well as part of a close team as well as be individually motivatedEducation & Training: Ability to read technical drawings & work instructions Good standard of secondary education to GSCE level Good standard of numeracy and literacy 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
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  • £29 - £31.50/hour
Job Title: Workshop Electrical Assembly Principal Engineer Location: Solihull Rate: Up to £29-£31.50ph Ph Ltd/Umbrella Company Employment Type: Contract Hours: Standard 40 Hours Per Week Reference: J36647 Position Description This role is one of a number of hands-on technical roles required as part of the expansion of the ME Workshop to meet the clients strategy of increased self-sufficiency. The right candidate will have a strong background in electrical assembly (to degree level or vocational/experiential equivalent, i.e. time-served indentured apprenticeship) and will be responsible for leading the electrical elements of all work coming into the workshop as well as designing the operating process and developing the skills and capability of the team in the workshop. Responsible for the electrical contribution to all work coming through the ME workshop in Solihull. In addition to the interpretation of circuit and electrical (e.g. e-plan) drawings and planning work through the shop there will be a need to accurately estimate costs and determine competitive leadtimes as well as forecasting requirements for resource, raw materials and equipment. In addition to acting as the electrical lead for work coming in the incumbent will be responsible for laying down the necessary processes to allow the workshop to function as a stand-alone business unit; working closely with the design team and the Standards & Controls group to act as the subject matter expert for this element of ME’s drive for self sufficiency. As part of the offering to the customer the role will require the workshop to offer a level of buy-off with the customer, from onsite testing prior to delivery to in-situ testing and inspection and all components and systems. Key Skills & Experience Required * A ‘customer-first’ mindset and experience of all aspects of electrical engineering in an automotive equipment and facilities setting * Key skills and qualifications: * C&G 18th edition (also Wiring Regulations) * IOSH and safe working * Low voltage systems * PLC (generic, Siemens etc) * High voltage awareness, earthing and isolation * Maintenance and installation * Fault finding on 3-phase, single phase and controls * Demonstrate a track record of quality and health & safety whilst ensuring that all local, national and international standards and procedures are adhered to. * Sound commercial acumen and cost awareness with the ability to add value and minimise cost. * The ability to plan ahead, organise workload, work under pressure and meet deadlines * Relevant previous experience of maintaining and installing Production electrical equipment
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Specialist HGV Driver – Leicestershire    Salary: £ 10.33ph Full-Time (37 hours) Job Purpose: Transport waste materials from Leicestershire County Council’s Recycling and Household Waste Sites (RHWS) to disposal locations, using Hook Loader HGVs Responsibilities: To ensure that the services are delivered for the benefit of the people of Leicestershire To be responsible for maintaining effective partnerships and working relationships with statutory, voluntary, private agencies and communities to promote and meet the Council’s and Department’s services and objectives To ensure activities are delivered in the most efficient and effective manner possible To complete all uplifts and other jobs on any given day, and to do so in the most efficient and effective manner Comply with all systems, procedures or directions given by the Transport Supervisor or the Fleet Manager Ensure due care for assets (including vehicles, compactors, bins and site infrastructure) when carrying out the service, minimising any incidents, accidents, damage or costs Conduct daily vehicle checks in line with policy and legislation, and sign the driver handbook Report all defects at the end of the day if considered serviceable, liaising with the supervisor if unsure. Major defects to be reported immediately Complete daily sheets and submit daily, ensuring that all tickets are stapled to the worksheet concerned Ensure Tacho’s are signed for and returned monthly (or driver books) Clean up any spillages caused by your actions in the course of carrying out the service Vehicles to have enough fuel for the next working day Vehicles to be kept clean (inside and out) and presentable at all times Wear uniform at all times and when needed wear PPE to carry out duties in a safe manner in line with Health and Safety We offer: 24 hour one on one specialist consultant based within your geographical area 4Recruitment Services Employee Benefits Programme Our own dedicated payroll support ensuring you get the full benefits of your payment Recruitment is done in line with safe recruitment practices. 4Recruitment Services is an equal opportunities employer. To discuss this vacancy or other vacancies in your area please contact Max Catherall (phone number removed)
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  • £40000 - £44000/annum Benefits
Welding Supervisor, Fabrication Supervisor, Welding Foreman, Fabrication Foreman, Welding Cell Lead, Fabrication Cell Lead, Welding Chargehand, Fabrication Chargehand, Welding Manager, Fabrication Manager, Senior Welder, Senior Fabricator, Welding Team Leader, Fabrication Team Leader,  Oil & Gas, Engineering, Nuclear, Aerospace, Defence, Location: Wolverhampton, Position: Permanent, Salary: Up to £44,000 p.a depending on experience  Fabrication & Welding Cell Lead - Permanent, West Midlands  EMBS Engineering is delighted to introduce to you a very exciting opportunity on behalf of one of our prestigious clients who are a well thought of, international precision engineering company which boasts over 150 years of experience supporting the Power, Nuclear, Oil & Gas and Construction industries. Our client has huge contracts with globally recognised giants and currently has not felt the impact of COVID-19 due to the market sectors they operate in. Therefore they are in a unique position to be able to offer a challenging yet rewarding opportunity to an experienced Welder / Fabricator who has previous supervisory / cell leading experience. Located in Wolverhampton, this business predominantly focuses on bespoke, prototype projects which can range in size and reach up to 13 tonne once fully fabricated. Materials are up to 70mm thick and will require both TIG AND MIG welding. This is a factory based environment where they have adopted as many health and safety measures as possible to ensure that they are compliant with the social distancing guidelines and can provide safe working conditions.  As the Fabrication & Welding Cell Lead, you will be in charge of 14 welder / fabricators running across 2 shifts (6-2, 2-10). This is a key position with the manufacturing organisation and the chosen individual will be responsible for planning, execution, performance and continuous improvement of their cell. This is a varied role where you will be required to perform hands on Welding & Fabrication duties as well as supporting live contract deliverables and on going support to active tenders and business improvement initiatives. Duties will include but are not limited to the following: Complies with company EHS rules and promotes a strong EHS culture  Attends daily planning meetings to ensure the plan of the day is clearly understood and communicated  Time management of the cell operatives including shift arrangements, holidays, absences, day-to-day attendance, weekend working, overtime and timesheet submissions.  Manages the performance of the cell operatives, including giving clear work instructions, providing feedback, appraising performance and managing issues.  Routinely reviews the efficiency of tasks completed and utilisation of the cell and puts actions in place to maximise productivity  Reviews and validates tender estimates associated with the cell  Fosters a culture of continuous improvement within their team  Ensures the company housekeeping standards are achieved through implementation of 5S techniques and processes  Attends weekly production control meetings to report on the cell performance, including identifying action and recovery plans to improve performance levels.   Delivers team briefs and toolbox talks as required Successful applicants MUST be able to demonstrate: Strong Welding background - ideally apprentice trained or time served Previous Supervisory / Cell Lead / Team Leading or Management experience  Minimum of 3-5 years in either Engineering or Nuclear - would consider those with an Aerospace, Defence or Oil & Gas background also Ability to weld in BOTH - TIG & MIG/MAG (Multi Skilled)  Experience in welding hardened materials including; Duplex, Carbon Steel, Nickel Chrome, Aluminium and Monel Ability to read and interpret technical drawings and documentation including weld maps  Record consumables onto weld history sheets Experienced in welding safety-critical components Ability to perform positional welds including above and overhead Ability to perform partial and full penetration welds, butt and fillet welds  Previously worked to high standards - welds will be checked by Dye Pen and Ultrasonic NDT testing Sound understanding of health & safety requirements Basic knowledge of using Microsoft Office  Strong leadership qualities  In return the client is offering: Permanent position - Stability / Longevity Competitive salary: Up to £44,000 p.a depending on experience  Shifts: Days Additional benefits include: 25 days + 8 bank holidays, additional holidays can be purchased of up to 5 days, sick pay, pension scheme, cycle to work, taste card, childcare vouchers, gym flex, tech benefit, Perks to Work, car parking facilities and much more. If you are interested in this role, believe you meet the above criteria and would like to apply, please submit your most up to date CV to (url removed)
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The Company Our client based in the Altrincham area have an outstanding opportunity for a Mechanically biased Maintenance Technician to join their team working on Pneumatic and Hydraulics. The Role General fault finding. Install and modify machinery and equipment as required. Knowledge of pneumatic systems. Experience in chemical handling. Good communication skills. Knowledge of basic PLC fault finding. Working on conveyor systems, small motors and pumps. Conduct electrical isolations and minor electrical fault finding. Good awareness of Health and Safety. Dealing with on site contractors and filling in of Permits to work. The Person NVQ level 3 qualified.(Desired, not essential) Experienced multi skilled technician with mechanical bias. Skilled working on pneumatics and hydraulics. Benefits Competitive pay rate Day shift role
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  • £11.00 - £12.00/hour
Solderer A classic aeroplane restoration company based on the outskirts of Ipswich are currently looking for a Solderer to work with them on a 6 month contract. Solderer duties:- - You will be tasked with soldering radiators for aeroplanes - Checking the quality of your own work - Help implement processes within a new department Skills and experience for this Solderer role: - - You will have soldering experience, if in the aerospace industry, that would be an advantage - It would be an advantage if you have qualification within soldering - You will need transport due to the location of this role This role is paying up to £12ph working 8am till 5pm Monday to Friday. This role is for a 6 month contract but may become permanent should the workload dictate this. If you have the right skills and experience for this role, please apply
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Wrexham Borough Council are looking to appoint LGV/HGV mechanics to work day shifts. It will be full-time on a period of atleast 3 months, although there is good opportunity of this extending, obviously dependent of job performance. Relevant Qualifications are: * Level 3 Mechanic minimum required in order to carry out inspections and prepare vehicles for test servicing Or * Experience on heavy goods vehicle preferred for mechanic post, MOT tester must have experience Please feel free to apply if this is of interest, and I will contact you shortly after. Apply now
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  • £14.00 - £16.00/hour
Sheet Metal Worker A fantastic company based just outside of Ipswich are looking for a Sheet Metal Worker with a keen interest in classic aeroplanes. Sheet Metal Worker duties:- - You will work to make good or completely make new parts for classic aeroplanes - Working on your own and in teams on many projects running concurrently - Fabrication Skills and experience needed for this role:- - You will be an experienced sheet metal fabricator with a background of working in the aviation industry - Due to location you will need transport and a driving license - Have a keen eye for attention to detail - Have experience and be able to run several projects alongside each other - You will have an interest in classic aeroplane - If you have experience within the warbird industry, this is an advantage although not essential The hourly rate for this Sheet Metal Worker role is up to £16ph depending on your skills and experience. This is a 6 to 8 month contract with hours of 8am to 5pm. If you have the skills and experience we are looking for, please apply
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A Logistics Engineer is required on a contract basis to join an industry leading engineering and manufacturing business. Do you have experience in designing and implimenting logistics processes? Are you experirnced in designing logistics solutions in a warehouse or stores environment? A unique opportunity is available to work on a 12 month contract to support the Advanced Component Division at our client's facility in Springvale, Northern Ireland. Key Responsibilities: Design and implement successful logistics solutions, utilizing technical and soft skills. Data purification & analysis Warehouse storage design & manufacturing point-of-use (POU) design Machinery & equipment design and procurement Workforce & equipment planning Logistics process design Inventory transfer & rearrangement planning Integrating supply chain knowledge into warehouse design. Use of the WMS and integrating this into the overall design of processes. In addition to technical skills, a Logistics Engineer must demonstrate the following values based competencies (VBCs): integrity & trust; building inclusive relationships; customer focus; problem solving; priority setting; and dealing with uncertainty. Although the requirements above describe most of the responsibilities, due to the breadth of issues that arise on projects, it is sometimes expected that a Logistics Engineer take on other responsibilities outside of this job description. Implementing and sustaining significant improvements in internal logistics Analysing material flow, creating process maps, and warehouse layout designs Work with manufacturing engineers to trial new concepts of material delivery Work with quality assurance to maximise handling efficiency whilst maintaining product qualityBackground/Experience (Essential): University degree in Supply Chain, Engineering or related subject Candidates with lesser or no qualifications should have significantly more experience in a logistics or manufacturing engineering environmentBackground/Experience (Desired): Experience as logistics engineer or manufacturing engineerThis is a great opportunity to be part of a leading manufacturing business which offers an interesting, varied and exciting workload coupled with a motivated and passionate culture. You will be part of a small, friendly team working together to deliver programmes that are critical to the long-term success of a respected, global company. 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
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