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Security Assurance Co-ordinator (DV Cleared) A Security Assurance Co-ordinator are required to work on a three-month contract, with the possibility of extension for our Defence client based in London. Overview of the Security Assurance Co-ordinator (DV) contract roles You will be responsible for taking the lead in providing rigorous assessment and validation of the information assurance competences of a solutions design and deployment. It is essential that you have a sound technical understanding of electronic security measures and how any cryptographic security measures may be implemented into the solution. You must also have a good practical experience of cyber security, security operations, configuration management and must be aware of the principles of risk management. You will receive direction from the Accreditor, the Information Risk Owner (IRO), the Defence Crypto-security Authority (DCA), the Project Board, and the Project Manager. Have a good knowledge of the relevant HMG, CESG and MOD (mainly JSP) policy and guidance. Ensure appropriate action is taken to enable accreditation. Provide advice on security policy and technical solutions. Ensure that National and MoD Cryptosecurity and security policy is being correctly applied. Monitor security considerations that are being incorporated and report on them to the SWG. Establish the Terms of Reference for the SWG. Organise the Project SWG meetings around a status list of requirements for each accreditation or re-accreditation covering COMSEC, COMPUSEC, TEMPEST, Key management and P3 (Physical, Procedural & Personnel) measures for each project or phase. Key skills required for the Security Assurance Co-ordinator (DV) CESG Certified Professional (CCP) or equivalent CESG Listed Advisor (CLAS) Fundamental understanding of HMG Security Policy Framework, MoD JSP440 and ISO 27001 accreditation with the capability to create and maintain supporting documentation in relation to a Risk Management Accredited Document Set (RMADS)# Production and review of IS1&IS2 Risk Management and Accreditation Document Sets (RMADS) within a UK MoD (JSP 440) environment DSAS in an IA and IT Security role and able to clearly demonstrate recent experience of working within an Information Security and Information Assurance environment Defence/MoD experienceIf you are a Security Assurance Co-ordinator 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 UK - Curating Specialist Talent We're one of the largest independent staffing companies in the UK, focussed on Technology, Change and Engineering talent. For over 30 years we have been taking care of everything for jobseekers and clients alike. We pride ourselves on listening to your needs and working closely with you to find the right role or hire for you. Outsource - taking care of everything
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Pertemps Medical Professionals are currently looking for Mental Health Nurses (RMN, CPN and CAHMS trained staff)  and also Healthcare Assistants (HCAs) for the many job vacancies that we currently have within the NHS and Community settings. Vacancies currently range from ad-hoc shifts to short and long term assignments and full time permanent roles.    Below is just a snapshot of the current skillsets and roles that we require covering the various specialties within the sector:   Band 5, Band 6 and Band 7 Specialties Community Psychiatric Nurses (CPN) Registered Mental Health Nurses (RMN) Nurses with CAHMS experience   Health Care Assistants with Mental Health Experience Locations: London Home Counties including: Essex-Surrey-Hertfordshire-Buckinghamshire-Middlesex Oxfordshire Milton Keynes Luton and Bedfordshire Cambridgeshire and Peterborough South Coast Regions including Sussex-Brighton-Hove-Horsham North Wales Avon and Wiltshire Portsmouth Yorkshire Nottinghamshire Bristol Avon and Wiltshire   For All Job Role Requirements You must have the willingness to interact with the busy teams Have Right to Work in the UK As a Nurse, have full NMC registration As a HCA have a NVQ or can demonstrate a minimum of 6 months work within a mental health setting Be fully compliant to NHS Framework standards Why should you become part of the Pertemps Medical family: Fast track registration Your own dedicated recruitment consultant and compliance officer Generous referral scheme Flexible work options Choice of short -term or long-term assignments Great selection of Permanent roles Assistance with arranging accommodation Ongoing support with CPD, Revalidation and Mandatory Training       If you feel you are suitable for this role, please call April on (phone number removed) option 1 or alternatively respond and submit your CV through this job post
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Manufacturing Engineering Manager A Manufacturing Engineering Manager is required to work on a six-month contract, with the possibility of extension for our Defence client based in Radway Green. Overview of the Manufacturing Engineering Manager contract roles Deploy Manufacturing Engineering resource to the best effect for the business. Drive and support the identification and resolution of process and product issues within Operations, relating to Safety, Quality, Cost and Delivery. Drive and support, through the CI Strategy & Greenbelt Projects, the implementation of process improvements and Lean Manufacturing methods. Drive and support the development and ongoing maintenance of Basis of Safety documentation and implementation of necessary controls. Assure manufacturing Process Safety through identification of process risks and implementation of the necessary controls to ensure risks are As Low As Reasonably Practicable (ALARP). Co-ordinate the initiation and management of Engineering Change Control within Operations. Key skills required for the Manufacturing Engineering Manager Science or Engineering degree or equivalent - Manufacturing / Electrical / Mechanical Recognised qualification in management - ILM Level 3 or higher equivalent NEBOSH certificate in Occupational Health and Safety Extensive experience in a manufacturing environment of a similarly highly controlled nature (aerospace, automotive, nuclear, pharma, medical devices, etc.) Must have experience in a leadership role, responsible for output and leadership of direct reportsIf you are a Manufacturing Engineering Manager 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 UK - Curating Specialist Talent We're one of the largest independent staffing companies in the UK, focussed on Technology, Change and Engineering talent. For over 30 years we have been taking care of everything for jobseekers and clients alike. We pride ourselves on listening to your needs and working closely with you to find the right role or hire for you. Outsource - taking care of everything
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Job Posting Title: Vehicle Mechanic Description: x2 positions required (potentially more avail) Start date: ASAP (ignore posting) Rate: £13.54 PAYE or £17.50 LTD/Umbrella Hours: 37 hours IR35: Inside - CEST report attached Location: DSG Bovington Clearance - BPSS and DBS required *JD - attached please read thoroughly - Need someone who can hit the ground running with track Military Vehicle experience. (working on Challenger 2) ESSENTIALS: - Educated to Level 3 in Regulated Qualification Framework (RQF) / National Vocational Qualification (NVQ) as a minimum (Advanced Apprenticeship, Level 3 VRQ/NVQ) - Holds valid and appropriate UK driving licence - need someone who is IT literate Job Posting Start Date: 08/30/2021 Job Posting End Date: 08/29/2022 Business Unit: Defence Site: Bovington DSG Location: Bovington DSG
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Project Professional (Nuclear, Safety & Security) A Project Professional is required to work on a seven-month contract, with the possibility of extension for our Defence client based in Barrow. Overview of the Project Professional (Nuclear, Safety & Security) contract roles The individual in this role will operate one or more of the PM processes on a project, or be responsible for some aspects of PM processes or supporting more senior staff on a larger project. At this level the incumbent will be expected to work independently on routine aspects of the activity, and under guidance and supervision in more complex situations. They are unlikely to be directly supervising other staff. They will have a level of knowledge in one or more areas of PM practice and be expected to apply in routine circumstances and to seek and follow guidance on their adaptation and application in more complex circumstances. Able to perform non-complex project reporting and scheduling. Query resolution of basic and routine problems. Develop a knowledge of Business processes and procedures. Administration and general office skills including spreadsheets/ Microsoft packages. Key skills required for the Project Professional (Nuclear, Safety & Security) Good knowledge and understanding of PM policies, processes, procedures and systems. PM experience demonstrated in a professional capacity within a project. Good knowledge and understanding of their project. Good understanding of one or more PM tools techniques and practices. Good knowledge of the Business environment for their project. Knowledge of PM governance and assurance processes such as Integrated Baseline Reviews (IBRs). Experience of working with stakeholders typically inside the company.If you are a Project Professional 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 UK - Curating Specialist Talent We're one of the largest independent staffing companies in the UK, focussed on Technology, Change and Engineering talent. For over 30 years we have been taking care of everything for jobseekers and clients alike. We pride ourselves on listening to your needs and working closely with you to find the right role or hire for you. Outsource - taking care of everything
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Systems Engineer - Electronic Systems A Systems Engineer is required to work on a six month contract, with the possibility of extension for our Defence client based in Kent Overview of the Systems contract role An exciting opportunity has arisen within Electronic Systems at Rochester for a Systems Engineer. The Systems Engineer will work as part of an integrated project team developing world-leading systems. As a Systems Engineer your main responsibilities will involve: Working in a team environment to develop systems that meet the complex and demanding requirements of our customers. These systems provide high-integrity solutions for our military and commercial products. As a Systems Engineer your skills and qualifications will ideally include a number of the following: Experience of airborne and/or safety-critical products containing real-time embedded software Knowledge and experience of requirements capture and management System and/or equipment level design experience Use of tools such as Matlab/Simulink, Enterprise Architect, DOORS Use of modelling language SysML Knowledge of electronics, optics or mechanics System level verification activities Hardware/Software integration and rig-testing skillsThe role is based in Rochester, Kent - commutable from Chatham, Gillingham, Gravesend, Faversham, Sittingbourne, Maidstone and Dartford with excellent access from London and Essex If you are a Systems Engineer looking for a new contract either apply online or if would like to find out about other Engineering opportunities please contact Kris Foston 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 UK - Curating Specialist Talent We're one of the largest independent staffing companies in the UK, focussed on Technology, Change and Engineering talent. For over 30 years we have been taking care of everything for jobseekers and clients alike. We pride ourselves on listening to your needs and working closely with you to find the right role or hire for you. For more information, please visit our website Outsource - taking care of everything
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You will be responsible for taking the lead in providing rigorous assessment and validation of the information assurance competences of a solutions design and deployment. It is essential that you have a sound technical understanding of electronic security measures and how any cryptographic security measures may be implemented into the solution. You must also have a good practical experience of cyber security, security operations, configuration management and must be aware of the principles of risk management. You will receive direction from the Accreditor, the Information Risk Owner (IRO), the Defence Crypto-security Authority (DCA), the Project Board, and the Project Manager. This role requires you to take ownership of any unresolved security matters and co-ordinate the resolution with the relevant stakeholders, accreditation bodies and Security Working Group (SWG). You will need to have had previous expertise of working in the information assurance and cyber security arena in both government and industry. You will need to be a sole UK national and hold a valid MOD DV clearance. Skills, qualifications & knowledge CESG Certified Professional (CCP) or equivalent CESG Listed Advisor (CLAS) Fundamental understanding of HMG Security Policy Framework, MoD JSP440 and ISO 27001 accreditation with the capability to create and maintain supporting documentation in relation to a Risk Management Accredited Document Set (RMADS)# Production and review of IS1&IS2 Risk Management and Accreditation Document Sets (RMADS) within a UK MoD (JSP 440) environment DSAS in an IA and IT Security role and able to clearly demonstrate recent experience of working within an Information Security and Information Assurance environment Defence/MoD experience Key responsibility areas Have a good knowledge of the relevant HMG, CESG and MOD (mainly JSP) policy and guidance. Ensure appropriate action is taken to enable accreditation. Provide advice on security policy and technical solutions. Ensure that National and MoD Cryptosecurity and security policy is being correctly applied. Monitor security considerations that are being incorporated and report on them to the SWG. Establish the Terms of Reference for the SWG. Organise the Project SWG meetings around a status list of requirements for each accreditation or re-accreditation covering COMSEC, COMPUSEC, TEMPEST, Key management and P3 (Physical, Procedural & Personnel) measures for each project or phase. Highlight and report unresolved security difficulties to the SWG. Inform the Project Board, through the Project Manager, of the SWG decisions. Ensure that the configuration management procedures meet the criteria for the required level of assurance and that Cryptonet Controlling functions are in place where necessary. Liaise with the National Security Authorities advisors, the Defence Cryptosecurity Authority and TLB Principal Security Advisors (PSyA) and advise the SWG as appropriate. Ensure that the security deliverables are available as and when required by the project plan. Responsible for the production of all security deliverables (e.g. security documentation) and ensure that they are fit for purpose (to the satisfaction of the Accreditor). Staff and coordinate the input to Sy Ops and any P3 measures required. Arrange with Accreditor for the issue of Interim and/or full accreditation certificates as required by stages of the project. Co-ordinates the Project Cryptographic Plan. Ensure that all Project security related risks, as identified by the Accreditor and/or SWG, are promptly listed on the Projects Risk Register and reviewed at each SWG meeting. Ensure that a Project Information Risk Owner has been identified. 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
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Linux Integration Engineer A Linux Integration Engineer is required to work on a twelve month contract, with the possibility of extension for our Defence client based in Dorset. Some working from home will be possible after initial period. Overview of the Linux contract role The Linux team develops and supports COTS-based Linux environments that form the basis for our secure gateway offerings. We are seeking an experienced Linux integration engineer to support our ongoing efforts to automate the development and delivery of our capability, in order to meet expected future demand. The successful applicant will work within an existing development team, working on the production of our Linux builds, integrated with open source applications and tools, within a secure/hardened and virtual environment. Applicants need to understand the benefit of producing quality releases, within a challenging rhythm of release cycles, to meet customer commitments and milestones. This position would suit an individual with a strong passion for Linux with a desire to continually improve and learn, embracing new technologies and open to new approaches and requirements.Key Responsibility Areas Maintenance of existing RHEL-based server estate Development of automated testing tools Development of automated administration tools Documentation of technical changeKey skills required for the Essential: RHEL 7 and 8 system administration and integration Ansible RHEL package management (yum) Use of containerisation technologies (Docker, Podman) Strong scripting (Bash, Python) Familiarity with software configuration management toolsDesirable: RHSA certification Producing customised RHEL installations (kickstart) Security hardening of Linux applications and operating system Good TCP/IP knowledgeThe role is based in Christchurch, Dorset - commutable from Salisbury, Fordingbridge, Ringwood, Lymington, Ferndown, Bournemouth and Poole with excellent access from Southampton, Eastleigh and Winchester If you are a Linux Engineer looking for a new contract either apply online or if would like to find out about other Defence opportunities please contact Kris Foston 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 UK - Curating Specialist Talent We're one of the largest independent staffing companies in the UK, focussed on Technology, Change and Engineering talent. For over 30 years we have been taking care of everything for jobseekers and clients alike. We pride ourselves on listening to your needs and working closely with you to find the right role or hire for you. For more information, please visit our website. Outsource - taking care of everything
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Project Lead/Controller Based in Preston/Blackburn a Project Lead/Controller is required on a 12 month contract basis to work for a major defence client. This is an great opportunity to join a leading edge and exciting programme of work which does offer an excellent working environment. Overview Identify and develop new business opportunities adjacent to the project/programme. Financially plan and achieve acceptable business financial objectives for orders, sales, gross margin and cash. Monitor and report project/programme performance for schedule, technical, financial and quality objectives. Establish and maintain strong customer and supplier relationships maintaining regular communications and managing expectations. Take responsibility for achieving customer satisfaction. Proactively manage emerging risks and opportunities to the benefit of the project/programme. Continuous improvement and tailoring of procedures and guidelines for operation of the project/programmeKey Skills Project Management experience demonstrated in a professional role within a significant business or project and ideally worked in the defence industry. Good communication skills including good stakeholder management Understanding, progressing and resolving complex project management issues. Capable of understanding the process and organisational issues associated with capability delivery programmes. Educated to Degree level or equivalent in a programme management discipline. Chartered Status and / or APMP / APM Practitioner qualifications would be highly desirable. The candidate must be good with Microsoft Office Excel, Word, PowerPoint, Project and OutlookPlease note that you'll be required to undergo security clearance. If you would like to be considered for this role please don't hesitate to click apply or call Daniel McShane for more information. Outsource UK - Curating Specialist Talent We're one of the largest independent staffing companies in the UK, focussed on Technology, Change and Engineering talent. For over 30 years we have been taking care of everything for jobseekers and clients alike. We pride ourselves on listening to your needs and working closely with you to find the right role or hire for you. For more information, please visit our website Outsource - taking care of everything
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Sub Contract Manager - Glasgow Based - £30.43 an hour PAYE - 6 Month Contract This is a great opportunity to work within one of the UKs leading Defence organisations based in Glasgow. The role holder will be responsible for the delivery of onsite subcontracted services. Drawing upon specific experience of the NEC form of contract, subcontract management best practice, subject matter expertise and LfE, the role holder will be is responsible for driving successful delivery of established major sub contracts meeting time, cost and quality requirements within contract boundaries, ensuring the realisation of identified opportunities and identifying and mitigating contract and programme risk. This is a business and Supplier facing role, which will require the deployment of extensive stakeholder management and influencing skills programmes and business functions. Experience required:- Considerable knowledge of NEC contracting methodologies Experience of delivery of services / construction contracts, detailed understanding of optimal contracting and pricing routes Experience of operating in a large scale, complex programmes Membership of a professional institution RICS/MCIPS desirable For more information please contact Lauren Morley on (phone number removed) or click apply. JAM Recruitment is acting as an employment business with regards to this position. View our latest jobs today on our website and follow us on Facebook, Twitter & LinkedIn
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