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Business Intelligence developer My client based in Bath are looking to secure the services of an experienced business intelligence developer to provide assistance on a critical project. Role: Business intelligence developer Rate: £400 - £450 a day Overview My clients IT department are seeking a Business Intelligence Developer, in Bath to assist with the design, delivery and support of the data warehouse, converting business requirements into the technical specifications and in turn translate these into a coherent solution within the data warehouse. Key accountabilities: • Data Modelling – Dimensional modelling responsibilities (Logical and physical). • Data Staging –Developing and maintaining the ETL process. • Technical Support – Technical resource planning and capacity planning (Hardware and software). • Encourage process improvement and best practice. • Assess reporting/ analysis tools according to opportunity/ business need. • Testing/Q.A. Analysis – Ensure developments are tested and meet QA and user acceptance criteria. The ideal candidate will have excellent T-SQL knowledge, a good understanding of dimensional modelling techniques, superior organisational skills with the ability to plan time efficiently to focus on delivery of tasks. Previous Business Objects Developer experience is highly desirable, along with exposure to agile methods and structured systems design methodologies. Knowledge of WhereScape Red, Oracle and the core tools associated with SQL Servers (SSIS, SSRS, SSAS, Data mining) would also be highly beneficial. If you are a strong match for this business intelligence developer role, feel free to apply or send your C.V alternatively call (phone number removed) and ask for Niall Okakpu Business Intelligence developer By applying to this advert you are giving CPS Group (UK) Ltd authority to hold and process your data for this specific role and any other roles we may deem suitable to you over time. We will not pass your data to any third party without your verbal or written permission to do so. All incoming and outgoing calls are recorded for training and compliance purposes. CPS Group (UK) Ltd is acting as an Employment Agency in relation to this vacancy. Our new privacy policy can be found here https://(url removed)/company-policies
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A prestigious US Law Firm in the City is looking to hire a new Team Leader/Supervisor to manage the Attorney Support Team in London on an initial 12 Month FTC. The Attorney Support Team is made up of Administrative Assistants, who are responsible for providing secretarial and administrative support to the Legal Secretaries and occasionally Trainee Lawyers and Junior Associates in London. Within this role you will be taking ownership of the development of this team and the trainee secretaries. Duties will include organising, assigning and delegating the work coming into the team to ensure objectives are met in a timely manner, responsible for hiring and training new team members, communicate performance issues to the Secretarial Manager and will also be involved in the team’s performance reviews. Other duties will include managing attorney’s needs as requested, answering the phone, taking messages, responding to emails, ensuring team tracking of all service requests, providing reports to management regarding requests made, working with the Secretarial Manager to identify training needs, ensure appropriate coverage for absence and assisting with any projects. Candidates need to have a minimum of 4 years’ experience as a Legal PA and must have Team Leader/Coordination experience. Candidates must have strong leadership/mentoring skills where you can influence, motivate and develop the trainee secretaries to their full potential, have knowledge of workflow coordination, be well organised and excellent communication skills. The standard hours are 9:30 – 17:30. Previous experience of working with, hiring and developing trainee secretaries would be hugely beneficial
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FTC - 12 months A leading UK law firm require a self-motivated legal secretary to work as part of a secretarial team to provide professional, proactive, support to a number of fee earners within their Employment team Duties will include; * Supporting several fee earners and on occasion supporting fee-earners from the Corporate and Litigation teams * Producing documentation * Audio Typing * Proof-reading * Managing diaries It is essential you have proven legal secretary experience, ideally within this practice area. All candidates will need excellent communication, spelling and punctuation and IT (Microsoft Office) skills. Working as part of a busy team the ability to work under pressure and to deadlines is also essential. For further information and a confidential discussion please contact Hollie Preston at Errington Legal Recruitment. Errington Legal is a legal specialist recruiter covering Solicitor and Legal Support vacancies. As specialists we are able to offer candidates access to the finest legal firms in the area, excellent market knowledge, and support throughout every stage of the process (all applications are confidential)
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For our client, a leading global bank in Zurich, we are looking for a Senior Business Analyst to join our growing team in Finance Change. This role combines the skills of regulatory reporting, capital calculations and Risk Weighted Assets. How would you like to contribute to this project and build up your career within the banking industry? Then we are looking for you. A Senior Business Analyst who feels comfortable analysing and gathering requirements, creating business test cases and liaising with stakeholders. This is your chance to take the next step to advance your career in 2019!

Senior Business Analyst within Finance Change

Your responsibilities:

  • Together with the team, you will support the project delivery of moving from the Internal Model Method (IMM) to the Standard Approach (SA-CCR)
  • You will utilize your skill set and professional experience to meet the business needs of the stakeholders including the business and IT side
  • As a Senior Business Analyst, you will conduct regulatory reporting, capital calculations as well as RWA to contribute your expert knowledge to the project

Your profile:

  • 10 years of experience as a Business Analyst in Finance Change
  • Axiom knowledge
  • Hands-on experience with regulatory reporting including Basel III
  • Previously worked on capital calculations and Risk Weighted Assets
  • Experience with compiling queries in SQL
  • Fluent in English
  • Able to work in Switzerland

Rate: CHF 800 - 850/day (all-inclusive)

Location: Zurich

Contract Duration: 6 months

Are you interested and available? Then please do not hesitate to contact me via email at (see below) I look forward to speaking with you!

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Position Title: Account Payable Associate

Location: East Aurora, NY

ZIP Code: 14052

Duration: 12 Months Contract (possible extension)

Shift: Monday - Friday 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.

Description:

  • Process high volume of vendor invoices. Candidate must have at least 2-5 years of AP experience with an automated Accounts Payable system. Must be professional when communicating with Client vendors. Provide examples of communication skills.
  • High interaction with customers inside and outside of the company.

Required skills:

  • Candidate will be able to demonstrate organization, prioritization and professionalism. Looking for a self-starter that has Accounts Payable knowledge.
  • Work well within a group and self-motivated. Looking for an individual that can remain focused with repetitive tasks. Bring to the table a positive attitude. Not afraid to ask questions and learn from those answers.

Education:

  • High school diploma requires and some higher education preferred.
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Lead Specialist Advisor, Water Quality & Brexit
Post number 2114
Grade 7 - £36,867.00
Contract type FTA until 31 March 2022
Work pattern 37 hrs per week
Location: Flexible (Cardiff Aberystwyth/Bangor)
Job Purpose:
To provide the expert lead on water quality and manage the preparation of NRW policy, programmes, plans, strategies and guidance developed in relation to Brexit and future policy and delivery mechanisms. This will translate Welsh & UK Government policy into practical approaches to the point of delivery. You will work with colleagues from other teams in EPP and Operations, officials from WG and sector representatives.
Key Job Accountabilities
• Lead and project manage specific and complex issues that require development of NRW policies, strategies, plans, programmes including support on casework that is novel, contentious or of high public interest;
• Prepare compelling cases for change to NRW policy and role of alternative interventions;
• Retain ownership and oversight of the water quality functional policy area to ensure integrity of NRW approaches with Welsh Government, Central Government and EU Policy intent;
• Provide advice to WG and other bodies in Wales and the UK as appropriate, and in-turn review and advise on the produced policy, plans and strategies;
• Advise on evidence needs and opportunities, commission evidence & project manage evidence projects, in line with the agreed evidence programme;
• Maintain a detailed working knowledge of the water quality sector identifying the implications of legislative, technology and market changes for Natural Resources Wales and the sector;
• Contribute to task and finish groups, commissioned through the Business Boards, to prepare defined products as required;
• Steer the overview and ownership of engagement with Welsh Government on the specific policy areas related to water quality;
• Collaborate with the Team Leader to develop and deliver an agreed Personal Development Plan
Key Job Qualifications or Knowledge
• Knowledge of: Welsh, UK and EU legislation related to water quality; Welsh & UK Governments & EU policy drivers in water quality; and the issues and opportunities in Wales;
• Knowledge and practical understanding of the range of partners and stakeholders involved with water quality in Wales;
• Experience of: In-depth understanding of the water quality discipline and the complex range of drivers and barriers to delivery;
• Working in a programme and project management environment with Project Management experience and/or qualifications;
• Representing the organisation in high profile and contentious issues in the public arena;
• Share your knowledge and expertise to help solve problems, supporting all Heads of Business in EPP as required
Closing date: 7th May 2019

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Officer 2, Environment Team x6
Location: Various locations around Wales
Post numbers: 2157 - 2162
Grade: 5 - £29,243
Contract type: FTA until 31 March 2022
37 hrs per week
Welsh language requirements:
North East - Level 1
North West - Level 4
South Central - Level 1
South East - Level 1
South West - Desirable Level 1 Essential Level 4
Mid Wales - Desirable Level 1 Essential Level 4
Job Purpose:
Sustainable Management of Natural Resources (SMNR) - our Organisations' purpose - lies at the heart of everything we do. Everyone in NRW has a role to play in achieving SMNR and within that NRW's role in ensuring ecosystems resilience underpins wider wellbeing in Wales.
The post holder will play a defined role to achieve sustainable management of natural resources SMNR through the delivery of the multi-functional team remit at place. Post holders will contribute specific technical expertise to the team in at least one of the following areas of work;
Environment Management work including incident management, regulation and compliance linked to Water Resources, Land or Water Quality. Implementation of regulatory and supporting partnership solutions and projects that deliver environmental outcomes on the ground, including Water Framework Directive.
Protected Sites Management. Direct regulation through assenting and consenting of activities, and securing effective pro-active management through advice, guidance and developing management agreements and partnerships.
Delivering either NRWs Biodiversity or Fisheries remit, strategy and priorities through provision of internal advice to other teams, functions or Directorates, as well as direct or partnership delivery of projects and mitigation schemes that protect or improve the environment.
The post holder will:
• Work with a wide range of internal and external customers including permit holders, landowners, businesses, public bodies, recreation groups, volunteers and third sector organisations to enable others to achieve SMNR
• Establish, maintain and advise partners to support the development of partnership projects and plans through from concepts to implementation. These projects will deliver outcomes aligned with place priorities
• Assess compliance with relevant legislation, permit or consent conditions. Where non-compliance is identified, determine and implement the most appropriate intervention option to ensure a return to compliance as quickly as possible. Take appropriate actions to collect evidence for enforcement purposes, in accordance with defined procedures
• Draft valid consents and assents for operations affecting protected sites. For all work areas produce required advice, investigations, documentation and reports to agreed quality standards to support operational and management decisions, protected site notification, public enquiries, court cases etc so that information, evidence and NRW interests are accurately and effectively presented
• Within your area of expertise, provide professional local advice and responses to consultations from planning and permitting teams. Maintain working relationships with these teams through regular liaison
• Monitor progress of work, which may include interpretation of data, contractor management, project delivery or compliance with management agreements or statutory legal notices. Identify and support any remedial actions to ensure outcome delivery
• Play a role in a resilient NRW Incident Management Service that follows NRW process to ensure effective, timely and safe response to incidents
Key Job Qualifications or Knowledge:
• A good working knowledge of environment management, agriculture, fisheries, conservation or biodiversity, with focused experience in one of these distinct areas of the team remit
• An understanding of how these multi-functional teams can contribute to the sustainable management of natural resources
• Ensure continuing professional and personal development, expertise and competence through formal and informal learning and certification
• Strong and effective self-management and organisational skills
• The ability to influence, negotiate and gain cooperation of others.Experience of dealing successfully with difficult people / situations is important
• The ability to use specialised IT systems, such as GIS or NRW customised applications
• Able to work well as part of a team
• Hold a current full UK valid licence to drive NRW fleet vehicles (cars and vans)
Closing date: 17 May 2019

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Officer 2 - Industry and Waste Regulation x12
Post numbers: 2145 - 2156
Various locations:
South West Wales (x2 roles)
South Central Wales (x2 roles)
South East Wales (x2 roles)
Mid Wales (x2 roles)
North West Wales (x2 roles)
North East Roles (x2 roles)
Your role will be primarily office based but may entail travel between different NRW locations, as well as working at partner organisations and other premises. You will also work outdoors at different sites and may be exposed to unpleasant conditions from time to time.
Grade: 5 - £29,243
Contract type: FTA until 31 March 2022
37 hrs per week
The post holder will protect and enhance the environment by effective and efficient regulation of industrial installations and waste sites. Respond safely, timely and efficiently to environmental incidents/reports and undertake appropriate investigation work. Through application of our Regulatory Principles - ensure compliance with regulatory requirements, undertake proportionate enforcement action and achieve tangible multiple benefits from our regulatory interventions.
The post holder will:
• Assess compliance at installations and waste sites
• Take appropriate actions to collect evidence for enforcement purposes, in accordance with defined procedures
• Where non-compliance is identified, recommend the most appropriate intervention option to ensure operators return to compliance as quickly as possible, with minimum environmental impact and consideration of the economic impacts
• Assist in the development of medium-term regulatory strategies for regulated sites
• Respond to incidents and complaints
• Contribute to a positive health, safety and well-being culture
• Assess compliance at installations and waste sites
Key Job Qualifications or Knowledge:
• Knowledge and experience of either working in a regulated industry or as a regulator
• Good understanding of commercial business processes and pressures
• Ability to communicate effectively with regulated business and the public, explaining issues and gaining support by influencing.
Welsh language requirements: Level 1
Closing date: 17th May 2019.

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Specialist Advisor, Marine & Brexit
Post number 2109
Grade 6 - £33,424.00
Contract type FTA until 31 March 2022
37 hrs per week
Location: Flexible (Cardiff/Aberystwyth/Bangor)
Your role will be primarily office based but may entail travel between different NRW locations, as well as working at partner organisations and other premises
Job Purpose:
To lead on the provision of marine technical and specialist advice and knowledge to shape and inform Government and NRW decisions, programmes, plans, guidance and strategies developed in relation to Brexit and future policy and delivery mechanisms. You will work with colleagues from other teams in EPP and Operations, officials from Welsh Government and sector representatives.
Key Job Accountabilities:
The post holder will:
• Prepare technical assessments, drawing on a range of complex information and data;
• Manage the preparation of material to inform the development of NRW, WG and other Partners policy, statutory advice and guidance documents; Manage the development of procedures, tools and guidance and lead the delivery of new ways of working;
• Liaise with external stakeholders such as Welsh Government, sector representatives and partners to ensure the timely and effective delivery of project, policy or strategy obligations;
• Advise on evidence gaps and project manage agreed evidence projects, in line with the agreed evidence programme;
• Support engagement with sectors, partners, WG, JNCC and other Environment bodies in the UK; and be the lead point of contact for customer queries;
• Maintain knowledge of the assigned sector identifying the implications of legislative, technology and market changes for Natural Resources Wales and the sector;
• Contribute to task and finish groups, commissioned through the Business Boards, to prepare defined products as required;
• Collaborate with the Team Leader to develop and deliver an agreed Personal Development Plan
Key Job Qualifications or Knowledge:
• Knowledge of: Welsh, UK and EU legislation related to the marine environment; Welsh, UK Government policy drivers in marine management; and the issues and opportunities in Wales;
• Experience of: technical analysis and interpreting a range of environmental information and data; analysing large data sets;
• Support engagement with sectors, partners, WG, JNCC and other Environment bodies in the UK; and be the lead point of contact for customer queries
• Working in a programme and project management environment with Project Management experience and/or qualifications;
• Share your knowledge and expertise to help solve problems, supporting all Heads of Business in EPP as required
Closing date: 7th May 2019
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Officer 2, Waste Permitting & Installations x2
Post number: 202084 & 202086
Grade 5 - £29,243
Location: Cardiff
37 hrs per week
Contract type: FTA until 31 March 2022
Job Purpose:
To determine permit applications in accordance with recognised NRW policy, process, guidance and procedures. Support the Permitting Service and respond to internal and external customer queries. The post holder will provide expertise on waste permitting issues
Key Job Accountabilities:
The post holder will:
• Determine the outcome of complex Environmental licence/permit applications through sound decision making for applications for their assigned regime by carrying out appropriate technical assessment in accordance with NRW policies and procedures where available, and issue, refuse or vary permits to time and budget
• Determine applications using a range of technical guidance and technical software and/or modelling programmes as required by your assigned regime
• Aid technical development of permitting officers within your assigned permitting team, through direct coaching and by supporting the delivery of the Technical Development Framework using your expertise in your related area
• Represent the permitting team in your area of expertise on relevant internal technical groups, and internal/external stakeholder meetings
• Act as lead for complex permit/licence determinations, including less complex nationally significant infrastructure projects
• Co-ordinate and lead in preparing defence in relation to legal challenges against permit decisions.
• Provide technical support in your subject matter area to operational teams to include pre-application advice and support the delivery of structured training as required
• Contribute to improved efficiency and performance of the permitting team, identify opportunities for changes to process and guidance and support a culture of continuous improvement for both your assigned regime and for across regime working.
Key Job Qualifications or Knowledge:
• Knowledge of the relevant legislation and how it relates to the permitting process
• Practical experience of assessing relevant licence/permit applications or using them in a compliance role
• Track record of delivering timely optimal solutions by effective information analysis and risked based decisions
• Experience of coaching and mentoring skills
• Experience of customer service delivery and the ability to influence and persuade to achieve environmental outcomes
• Experience of delivering process improvements/efficiencies
Closing Date: 12 May 2019

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