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Interaction Recruitment are recruiting temporary outdoor gardeners - Humberstone area of Leicester! Starting 7th January 2019. The ideal candidate will be used to heavy gardening and outdoor work - this is a physical job and the work will be muddy. Hours of work 7.30am to 4.30pm Monday to Thursday - finish at 3.30pm If you enjoy outdoor gardening/ hard landscaping/ farming, have an allotment or have experience of working in a garden Centre - this is the job for you! This contract could become permanent but is likely to be for at least 3-4months. £7.83 per hour Call Lindsey Obie - (Apply online only) or email your cv to
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Please be aware NRL are currently recruiting on behalf of one of our clients for 5 Seasonal Ecologists of various levels from mid-March until the end of September based from their Manchester office. Our client is one of the world's largest and most diverse providers  of technical and management services. They offer a full­ spectrum of consultancy  support to commercial, government and industrial clients across many sectors. They are a leading service provider in planning and environmental consultancy and advice, supporting projects at all stages from initial conception through to construction and maintenance, across the UK and internationally. Their Sustainable Strategies and Solutions business provides  a focus for advising their clients on sustainability issues including renewable  energy, low carbon economies, impacts of climate change and waste and resource management. Their environmental capabilities comprise of in excess of 1000 staff based predominantly  in the UK, but with reach into the Middle East and in India. Our clients’ ecology team is one of the UKs largest most dynamic and respected ecology teams. Their Ecologists provide specialist advice for the full range of projects, as well as servicing the needs of their own client base. Their team works on a range of diverse, high profile projects in the UK, Europe and the Middle East Our client employ a number of field biologists and ecologists to assist with (and undertake) data collection and monitoring commitments on projects. Our client is looking for Seasonal Ecologists across various locations including, Edinburgh, Reading, Cardiff, Croydon, Bristol, Exeter, Glasgow, Southampton, Manchester, Leeds and Birmingham. Should you be aware of any Ecologists at the locations mentioned, feel free to bring this to their attention. About the role: - Supporting the national team of ecologists  working on a variety of projects - Survey support and logistic planning - Ecological surveying and biological data collection - Producing quality assured ecology deliverables - Report Writing - Locations may require over-night stays away from home (all of which would of course be reimbursable by the client). - Please note successful candidates will spend limited time in the office - Hours - Variable and depend entirely on the amount of field work available during the season. It is important to note that some working hours may be unsociable (e.g. night time bat surveys). What you will need: Essential: - Own transport required due to necessity to visit sites - Ecology survey experience and a good field scientist - Eligible for CIEEM membership - Capable of managing a challenging  workload subject to change at short notice - You must be a good team player with a willingness to work away from your base office. Desirable: - An honours degree in ecology or related field - Relevant undergraduate work placements  or post graduate studies - Full CIEEM - If more experienced candidates with protected species licences and consultancy experience are welcome to apply. The offered hourly rate would be negotiable dependent on skills and experience. What’s in it for you: - Competitive hourly rates - Opportunity to gain field/surveying experience - Gain experience with a major environmental consultancy
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JOB TITLE: Project Manager Soft landscape (planting ) LOCATION: Solihull Fixed term January- March 2019 This contract could become a permanent post Nb This can not be guaranteed salary stated will be pro rata MAIN PURPOSE OF JOB To mobilise a 2 ½ year contract in Solihull area ,a planting contract phased around growing seasons, and then to support the Operational Director in a setting up a forward order book in the area- to turn the short term temporary role into a permanent long term position. To be the operational manager for this project, taking accountability of financial resources, ensuring the delivery of first class levels of service, achievement of financial targets and driving the new business activity in the region. PRINCIPAL ACCOUNTABILITIES Projects Carry out full project mobilisation; ranging from analysing drawings, putting programmes together, sourcing and verifying sub-contractors, direct labour teams and programming. Carry out Contract interpretation and be prepared to mount commercial challenges with the aid of QS. Then sourcing opportunities to complete the 52 week order book, with support from the business Health & Safety Health & Safety accountability for all projects within remit – ensuring site safety and people safety meets required company standards. Complete auditing reviews in line with company standards Manage and deliver a safe site at all times Customer Focus Client management – act as principal contact for clients of projects within remit, keep communication channels open, mitigate any risks and provide constant updates; also managing design and build projects. Act as the key point of reference for the client and all other stakeholders at a management level. Ensure and take actions to maintain effective client relationships across all projects. Quickly identify any potential client conflict or dissatisfaction and take effective and rapid actions to rectify them Take the lead with clients’ requirements for changes to the service or its budget, ensuring that contractual changes do not erode the level of profit achieved at the contract and are formally documented Growing the Business Liaison with Business Development regarding tenders in progress and mobilisations of secured work Planning Administration and record keeping – ensuring that all project admin has been established according to best practice and a system is in place for maintenance Establish and reinforce standards of resource management within own project teams e.g. process for sign off of sub-contract orders Understand the precise needs and expectations of clients Financial Performance and Control Take full responsibility for the financial control at each project, including management of budget, correct ordering procedures and cost control People and sub-contractor management – cost control Leadership Provide leadership and direction to a team of direct labour and sub-contractors KEY PERFORMANCE INDICATORS Zero accidents and a good safety culture on the site Positive Client satisfaction Delivering tendered margin Bringing in additional contracts to tender KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS Operational manager with experience in construction, Public Realm and Associated Landscaping IOSH or SMSTS or equivalent Health & Safety qualification Experience of working with local authorities, the commercial sector and managing operations Full breadth of project management experience within external works Resourcing and managing of people (direct or sub-contractors) Experience of principle contractor and sub-contractor Strong relationship building skills Highly level of numeracy and financial knowledge Excellent IT skills (Finance system Excel, Microsoft Project) PERSONAL QUALITIES A fast paced and proactive individual capable of driving performance on projects Self motivated with a high level of enthusiasm An approachable personality
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Otley Campus, Sessional contract / variable hours, 2 years fixed term contract. Easton & Otley College are currently recruiting for a sessional Arboriculture Lecturer to join our Land Based department based at our Otley Campus. We are looking for the ideal candidate who can successfully educate our Students on the technical and practical elements of Arboriculture and we have just the environment available to help you give the best learning experience possible. The post holder must have a relevant qualification in Arboriculture or related subject, industry experience and a teaching qualification. Please contact us if you have any further questions or if you are interested in visiting our beautiful campus
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Project Engineering Manager- Cologne, Germany Duration: 2 years Rate: Lucrative Leap29 are working with an international world-class company in the Agrochemical Industry. My client is working on a unique project for the next two years to build a plant for producing chemical raw materials for the agriculture sector. They are looking for a strong Project leader with expertise in a wide range of engineering applications and technical planning skills. I am looking to speak to a motivated candidate with a proven record in managing complex projects. Main responsibilities: -Represent the interests of the project and the owner in relation to the OSBL main contractor -Leading all necessary technical clarifications -Answering all emerging questions of the OSBL contractor regarding planning specifications, company standards and site specifications -Development of technical planning specifications with the specialist departments at the site (inspection service, pipe construction, steel and concrete construction) -Preparing necessary change orders in case of service changes -Early avoidance of collisions between OSBL and ISBL planning and adjacent projects. -Timing of all interface measures in the area of ​​the OSBL construction site already for the implementation and participation in the preparation of a schedule. -Create request documents for the next planning phase Main Qualifications: -Bachelor or Master Degree or equivalent Training and work experience -Several years of experience in plant construction and international project business -Good knowledge of German / European pipe rules -Experience in interface management in chemical plant engineering -Experience in public authority engineering -Good communication skills in spoken and written both in German and in English -Operations influenced by the project at the site (neighboring facilities, infrastructure facilities) If your current project is coming to an end or you are seriously considering joining the contracting market, then please get in contact! I am looking forward to receiving your application! To help Leap29 find you that perfect job, we need to store and process your personal information. That means that your details will be entered into Leap29's database and our consultants may contact you from time to time with relevant job opportunities. By applying you're confirming you're happy for us to do that
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We are currently recruiting a Lead Arborist to work for a national utilities company, based in the Gloucester area. As a Lead Arborist, you will benefit from working for a prestigious and leading brand name within its field, gain opportunities for a career and self-development. Excellent benefits include a competitive salary, 26 days holiday plus bank holidays, weekly pay, opportunities to apply for permanent vacancies within the business. Our client is a leading energy distributor in the UK with a first class reputation for network reliability and business efficiency and provides on-going development and training of staff to ensure the company continues to hold a national reputation for excellence. As a Lead Arborist you will be reporting to the Tree Project Manager, you will primarily be responsible for carrying out tree and vegetation cutting works to achieve and maintain the specified clearances from our client's overhead electrical network. This work will involve working at height – using both rope and harness and MEWP – and from the ground, to deliver a consistently high standard of utility arboriculture. The ability to undertake site specific, electrical, dynamic and environmental risk assessments is essential, as is the highest possible commitment to personal, team and public safety, together with the delivery of world class customer service. Activities undertaken include Carrying out aerial and ground based tree cutting works in accordance with the Customer consent and the specified clearance. This cutting work will include the circuit clearance programme, as well as customer, engineering and emergency out of hours requests Resource planning of consented works and allocation of the appropriate machinery, vehicles, tools, equipment and staff Assisting the Tree Project Manager by visiting customers to obtain consents, and other tasks as and when required Ensuring that all machinery, vehicles, tools and equipment are kept clean, secure and serviceable at all times Ensuring the safety of all operations, including works on or adjacent to the public highway, by using the appropriate signing, guarding and traffic management measures To maintain and update records accurately Assisting with enquiries from the public in professional and courteous manner ESSENTIAL REQUIREMENTS Experience in Utility Arboriculture NPTC CS units 30, 31, 32, 38, 39, 40, 47 MEWP and woodchipper competency NPTC UA units 1, 2.1, 2.2 and 2.3 A full UK driving licence A clear and consistent focus on safety, quality and customer service DESIRABLE NPTC CS 41 UA 5.1 and 5.2 A recognised arboricultural qualification The environment requires you to be able to react quickly, decisively and responsibly. You will also need to be flexible in your approach to assist the team in meeting its objectives. This role is suitable for someone who enjoys the demands of a physical outdoor environment. You will need to be mobile throughout the area and you may also be required to undertake out of hours standby duties, therefore a full driving license is essential. PLEASE NOTE this is a contract position for up to 12 months, working on a temporary basis. However this is a great opportunity to gain experience, work with a professional and reputable company and apply for opportunities within the company on a more permanent basis. Shortlisted applicants will be required to complete an application form before the closing date of 18th December 2018 at midday. Salary is £31,279 per annum pro rata
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We are currently recruiting an Arborist to work for a national utilities company, based in the Gloucester area. As an Arborist, you will benefit from working for a prestigious and leading brand name within its field, gain opportunities for a career and self-development. Excellent benefits include a competitive salary, 26 days holiday plus bank holidays, weekly pay, opportunities to apply for permanent vacancies within the business. Our client is a leading energy distributor in the UK with a first class reputation for network reliability and business efficiency and provides on-going development and training of staff to ensure the company continues to hold a national reputation for excellence. As an Arborist you will primarily be responsible for carrying out tree and vegetation cutting works to achieve and maintain the specified clearances from our client's overhead electrical network. This work will involve working at height – using both rope and harness and MEWP – and from the ground, to deliver a consistently high standard of utility arboriculture. The ability to undertake site specific, electrical, dynamic and environmental risk assessments is essential, as is the highest possible commitment to personal, team and public safety, together with the delivery of world class customer service. Activities undertaken as an Arborist include: Carrying out aerial and ground based tree cutting works in accordance with the Customer consent and the specified clearance. This cutting work will include the circuit clearance programme, as well as customer, engineering and emergency out of hours requests Assisting the Lead Arborist with resource planning, and other tasks as and when required Ensuring that all machinery, vehicles, tools and equipment are kept clean, secure and serviceable at all times Ensuring the safety of all operations, including works on or adjacent to the public highway, by using the appropriate signing, guarding and traffic management measures To maintain and update records accurately Assisting with enquiries from the public in professional and courteous manner ESSENTIAL REQUIREMENTS Experience in Utility Arboriculture NPTC CS units 30, 31, 32, 38, 39, 40, 47 MEWP and woodchipper competency NPTC UA units 1, 2.1, 2.2 and 2.3 A full UK driving licence A clear and consistent focus on safety, quality and customer service DESIRABLE NPTC CS 41 A recognised arboriculture qualification The environment requires you to be able to react quickly, decisively and responsibly. You will also need to be flexible in your approach to assist the team in meeting its objectives. This role is suitable for someone who enjoys the demands of a physical outdoor environment. You will need to be mobile throughout the area and you may also be required to undertake out of hours standby duties, therefore a full driving license is essential. PLEASE NOTE this is a contract position for up to 12 months, working on a temporary basis. However this is a great opportunity to gain experience, work with a professional and reputable company and apply for opportunities within the company on a more permanent basis. Shortlisted applicants will be required to complete an application form before the closing date of 18th December 2018 at midday. Salary is £27,164 per annum pro rata
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We are currently recruiting for an Arborist Groundworker to work for a national utilities company, based in the Gloucester area. As an Arborist Groundworker, you will benefit from working for a prestigious and leading brand name within its field, gain opportunities for a career and self-development. Excellent benefits include a competitive salary, 26 days holiday plus bank holidays, weekly pay, opportunities to apply for permanent vacancies within the business. Our client is a leading energy distributor in the UK with a first class reputation for network reliability and business efficiency and provides on-going development and training of staff to ensure the company continues to hold a national reputation for excellence. As an Arborist Groundworker you will primarily be responsible for carrying out tree and vegetation cutting works to achieve and maintain the specified clearances from the overhead electrical network. This work will involve supporting the Arborist team by undertaking ground support duties, including felling of small trees, processing of cut material, and the operation of ground support equipment, such as woodchippers. As part of your ground support role, you will possess NPTC CS 38. The ability to undertake site specific, electrical, dynamic and environmental risk assessments is essential, as is the highest possible commitment to personal, team and public safety, together with the delivery of world class customer service. Activities undertaken as an Arborist Groundworker include Carrying ground based tree cutting works in accordance with the customer consent and the specified clearance. This cutting work will include the circuit clearance programme, as well as customer, engineering and emergency out of hours requests Assisting the Arborist and Lead Arborist with resource planning, and other tasks as and when required Ensuring that all machinery, vehicles, tools and equipment are kept clean, secure and serviceable at all times Ensuring the safety of all operations, including works on or adjacent to the public highway, by using the appropriate signing, guarding and traffic management measures To maintain and update records accurately Assisting with enquiries from the public in professional and courteous manner The environment requires you to be able to react quickly, decisively and responsibly. You will also need to be flexible in your approach to assist the team in meeting its objectives. This role is suitable for someone who enjoys the demands of a physical outdoor environment. You will need to be mobile throughout the area and you may also be required to undertake out of hours standby duties, therefore a full driving license is essential. ESSENTIAL REQUIREMENTS Experience in Utility Arboriculture NPTC CS units 30, 31 & 38 MEWP and woodchipper competency NPTC UA units 1, 2.1 & 2.2 A full UK driving licence A clear and consistent focus on safety, quality and customer service DESIRABLE NPTC CS 32 A recognised arboriculture qualification PLEASE NOTE this is a contract position for up to 12 months, working on a temporary basis. However this is a great opportunity to gain experience, work with a professional and reputable company and apply for opportunities within the company on a more permanent basis. Shortlisted applicants will be required to complete an application form before the closing date of 18th December 2018 at midday. Salary is £23,252 per annum pro rata
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Peabody has 2 opportunities available for a Caretaking Apprentice to join our team in London. The successful applicants will join us on a full time, 18 month fixed term contract and will receive a salary of £14,250 per annum. The Caretaking Apprentice role: The Caretaker role’s main purpose is to keep Peabody’s estate clean, tidy, safe and making it as a great place to live. This role will be within the Estate Services team and Customer Service Directorate and will support the operational delivery caretaking services. We will aim to place the successful apprentices in estates that are within a reasonable distance of their homes. Key duties and responsibilities of our Caretaking Apprentice: - Clean communal internal and external areas - Be responsible for courteous, efficient customer service conduct at all times, sign posting residents to resolve problems relating to other Peabody departments - Handle resident issues efficiently and effectively while maintaining Peabody Behaviours - Be responsible for reporting any unusual or extraordinary circumstances regarding the residents or the property. - Raise repairs in communal areas following Peabody internal processes - Work in partnership with the local authority to ensure residual waste is removed each week - Carry out safety inspections and health and safety checks of communal areas - Be responsible for the care, maintenance and inventory of all supplies and equipment owned by Peabody - Reporting any fire or safety issues following Peabody’s internal procedures - Provide support to the grounds maintenance team with weeding, leaf clearance and reporting of horticultural concern - Lead and promote a positive health and safety culture, ensuring, as far as practicable, that activities are carried out under your control and in accordance with Peabody Health and Safety policies and procedures. You may be required to undertake specific Health and Safety roles such as Fire Warden or First Aider as part of your duties - Ensure that all policies and procedures are adhered to so that consistent and standard practice is achieved across the organisation. - Undertake any other reasonable duties as required by the Heads of Service or their nominees, which may include working outside normal working hours. Skills/Experience required by the Caretaking Apprentice: The role does not require extensive experience or pre acquired skills. On-the-job training will be provided during the apprenticeship. It is important the candidate has: Essential: - Willingness to learn new skills and be flexible in your approach - Ability to work independently, exercising good initiative and judgement - Proven time management skills - Ability to work under pressure and meet deadlines and targets - Strong approach to teamwork and the ability to collaborate and step-up when to help the organisation achieve its mission - Good English verbal communication skills - Ability to read and interpret documents such as safety rules, operating and maintenance instructions, and procedure manuals. - Basic English (written) and Maths skills - Ability to carry out manual work responsibilities - Capacity and willingness  to receive training in the use of special equipment, materials and chemicals Desirable: - Demonstrable experience and skills managing customer relationships to ensure a high level of customer care and satisfaction - Awareness of health and safety and risk related issues Closing date & time: Tuesday 11th December 2018 - 5.00pm If you feel you have the skills and experience needed to become our Caretaking Apprentice please click ‘Apply’ now to be directed to our careers page and complete your application. Please monitor your emails also during this time. Peabody is an equal opportunities employer and positively encourages applications from suitably qualified and eligible candidates regardless of sex, race, disability, age, sexual orientation, gender reassignment, religion or belief, marital status, or pregnancy and maternity. NO AGENCY INTEREST
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Process Engineer- Hamburg, Germany Contract: 18-24 months Salary: Lucrative An international manufacturer and provider of ingredients for well-known food producers has an excellent position for an experienced Project Engineer. The project site is located in the North of Germany and the perfect opportunity to be part of a complex assignment with a big variety of responsibilities. The position will play an important role in supervising the implementation of new or modified processes, from initial design development and evaluation to construction and handover. The successful candidate will act as a central person in communication, both internally and externally, and provide production teams with technical support and training. Major Tasks: • Ensure compliance with all EHS legislation and standards • Identifying opportunities and perform business case analysis and engineering design to address cost saving opportunities • Improve processes through implementing modifications of existing equipment, conducting de-bottlenecking studies, identifying best practice and external opportunities to improve processes • Support the manufacturing team to trouble shoot process issues • Track and control key performance indicators including costs, chemical usage, energy, yields, and operational standards • Create process documentation, Standard Operating Procedures (SOP's) and risk assessments to control the implementation of new processes, new equipment and design changes • Provide process engineering support for capital projects including input into budget plans for tooling and capital expenditure and commissioning activities. Main Qualifications: • Bachelor's degree (or equivalent) in a relevant engineering subject e.g. Chemical, Process Management, Mechanical Engineering • Proven process improvement engineering experience from a heavy industrial processing background (e.g. Chemicals, Heavy Pharmaceuticals, Biofuels, Food/feed). • Good working knowledge of production management, understanding of plant processes and operational needs • Fluent in German and English If this got your interest, then please apply below or get directly in contact for additional information. I am looking forward speaking to you! To help Leap29 find you that perfect job, we need to store and process your personal information. That means that your details will be entered into Leap29's database and our consultants may contact you from time to time with relevant job opportunities. By applying you're confirming you're happy for us to do that
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