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A leading NHS organisation is looking to appoint an experienced Safeguarding Adults professional for a period of 6 months on an interim basis, with a start date in March 2020. Key Responsibilities: Provide expert professional knowledge in all issues relating to the care of adults at risk and MCA and be the designated professional for Safeguarding Adults and MCA Lead across the local Health Economy; The Designated Nurse for Safeguarding Adults is responsible for providing expertise, professional leadership, advice, support and expert guidance in respect of safeguarding, adult protection, Domestic Abuse, Mental Capacity Act (MCA), Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards (DoLS), the Prevent agenda and LeDeR (Learning Disability Mortality review) to the localised Health Economy; The Designated Nurse is the designated professional with strategic and professional leadership for the Mental Capacity Act within the Clinical Commissioning Group as well as being responsible for providing support and advice to clinicians in individual cases and supervision to staff in areas where these issues may be particularly prevalent and/or complex; Support on all aspects of the health service contributing to the safeguarding of adults at risk. This will involve working closely with other CCGs, NHS England, the Local Safeguarding Adult Board, Local Authority, Primary Care, NHS Provider trusts (acute, mental health and community) and other relevant statutory and 3rd sector organisations, who are commissioned to provide services to adults; Provide strong professional leadership to assess current arrangements, and inform the long term strategic direction for safeguarding adults; and by working with commissioned services will be able to assure the CCG that providers have in place the strategies and plans to safeguard vulnerable people and are fulfilling their responsibilities in line with the contract and national legislation and guidance. A successful candidate will have: Registered Nurse qualification, evidence of current registration; Substantial specialist knowledge of safeguarding adults and Mental Capacity Act acquired over a significant period; Experience of working in a senior safeguarding/MCA lead capacity with highly developed specialist knowledge; Understanding of safeguarding in the reformed NHS and the role of commissioners. providers and NHS England. For further information on this role please contact Donna Larder on or call (phone number removed)
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A leading NHS organisation is looking to appoint a senior Estates and Facilities professional, responsible for the provision of Hard FM Services across the organisation.   Key Responsibilities: Efficiently manage the provision of Hard FM services across all organisation’s sites according to contractual and commercial requirements. Including contract and commercial management, people management and ensuring that the service is of a sector leading standard; Serve as the main point of contact for the organisation on all contractual matters, ensuring compliant execution of contract terms, negotiation on all contract matters and variations, and evaluating and managing consistent and effective contract performance; Represent Estates & Facilities at Trust Health & Safety, Non-clinical risk group meetings or committees; Develop and maintain an Estates Risk Register ensuring high risks are included within the corporate Trust risk register; Ensure 6 facet surveys, building condition and infrastructure inspections are completed; Appoint Authorising Engineers or Independent advisors ensuring annual audits and inspections are completed in accordance with statutory and mandatory compliance; Continually manage and monitor performance in relation to the Trusts’ contracts ensuring targets are met and outcomes achieved; Line management of Estates Team agreeing annual objectives in their PDP’s, holding regular appraisals and ensure that training needs are identified, and development opportunities are offered as appropriate; Be an effective member of the Estates and Facilities Team, demonstrating a commitment to the Trusts’ strategic objectives and visions. A successful candidate will have: Chartered Engineer or Equivalent Qualification(s) Professional engineering/construction knowledge acquired through a degree or equivalent, plus specialist knowledge acquired through post-graduate courses; Significant senior management experience in an NHS Estates, working within the facilities management profession at a senior level; Experience in managing complex technical issues within a sensitive environment; Hold a full, valid, UK driving licence and have access to a car to use for business purposes. For further information on this role please contact Donna Larder on (url removed) or call (phone number removed)
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A large healthcare provider is currently looking for an experienced Estates and Facilities professional, with specialist knowledge and background as a Legionella expert. Key Responsibilities: Will play a key role in ensuring the organisation meets its statutory compliance requirements, contractual arrangements and so complies with its health and safety regarding water safety, in particular the control of Legionella and Legionnaires disease; Responsible for working with the Energy and Sustainability Manager and Technical Services Manager to offer technical advice when designing, installing and maintaining new water systems in order to meet regulatory energy requirements; Will be the registered responsible person for the organisation in relation to Water safety; Ability to provide specialist technical advice relating to present and future maintenance methods to meet statutory requirements or needs; Identify, diagnose, analyse and provide solutions to complex maintenance issues using specialist methods and innovative ideas as required; Design, specify, plan and report on complex implementation programmes of planned maintenance, tailored to the buildings and/or services involved, utilising a high level of numeracy and literacy; A successful candidate will have: An ability to communicate clearly on highly technical issues in a clear and uncomplicated way, with other specialists, non-specialists, or senior managers across the organisation; Demonstrated background in holding the responsible person for Legionella and Legionnaires role in a large complex organisation;  Specific qualifications/professional development in line with the requirements of the role. For further information on this role please contact Donna Larder on or call (phone number removed)
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  • £28.98/hour umbrella/inside IR35
Our client within public sector is looking for a Major Projects Officer to join their Resident Services division based in Hounslow. The role is offered on a 6 months contract basis paying £22.39/hour PAYE or £28.98/hour (umbrella/inside IR35), working 36 hours per week Mon to Friday. The role holder reports into the Investment Planning Manager. The purpose and key responsibilities in brief are: To co-ordinate, develop and deliver the Capital Works and investment programmes for Council's housing stock ensuring these are based on sound stock condition data To develop service specification programmes for the commissioning of services to be carried out by external service providers. To manage all facets of project management (budget, schedule, procurement, quality & risk) for identified housing capital projects including planning, design and construction. To read, understand and apply standard to complex documents affecting housing capital projects, including but not limited to: agreements / contracts, specifications, tender documentation, project charters, surveys and drawings Contributes to strategic planning of corporate strategies including Local Plan, HRA Business Plan and Housing Strategy in order to inform strategic planning and decision making within Hounslow Housing. Required Experience, Knowledge and Skills: Experience of developing strategic investment Asset management and programme plans for delivery. Experience of working in a building or housing environment. Experience of delivering small and large construction projects - from conception through to completion. Experience of accessing external funding streams. Experience of procurement/contract preparation, documentation and management. Knowledge of the implications of the Construction (Design and Management) Regulations. Knowledge and experience of consultation with residents, leaseholders, contractors and other agencies. Knowledge of Section 20 and leaseholder services. Knowledge of the Planning process and public sector procurement Knowledge of budget management including allocation of funds and monitoring. Experience of commissioning services including contract and client management Advanced knowledge and experience in IT including use of Excel, databases, information management tools, Microsoft Office and Microsoft Project. Programme and project management skills.Degree qualification or equivalent experience Adecco acts as an employment agency for permanent recruitment and an employment business for the supply of temporary workers. The Adecco Group UK & Ireland is an Equal Opportunities Employer. By applying for this role your details will be submitted to Adecco. Our Candidate Privacy Information Statement explains how we will use your information - please copy and paste the following link in to your browser
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Hi there, I currently have a Housing Needs Officer role on the South Coast in West Sussex. They are looking for someone with great experience for a great rate of £28p/h. 4 month contract. Full-time - 37 hours per week. Some flex in hours and home working. Interview immediately - start next week. If this sounds like a good role for you, or indeed someone you know, please don't hesitate to get in touch. Vivid Resourcing are committed to equality of opportunity for all applications from individuals are encouraged regardless of age, disability, sex, gender reassignment, sexual orientation, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion or belief and marriage and civil partnerships or any other characteristic protected by law
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  • £21 - £24/hour View to go permanent
We are looking for a Gas Supervisor based in Northamptonshire to oversee a team of Gas Engineers working on a local councils housing stock of over 3,000 homes. The role will be based on a 3 month contract period, with a view to go permanent. Gas Supervisor Job Role: • Manage all repairs, servicing and maintenance activities for gas within domestic properties • Organise in house labour force • Post inspection works and gas audits • Ensuring all operational activities complies to H&S requirements • Regular liaison with client, tenants and subcontractors To succeed as the Gas Supervisor, it is essential that you will: • Have supervisory experience • Hold an up-to-date ACS domestic • Own your own transport due to a van not being included In return, you will have: • Guaranteed weekly pay • 24/7 service from our staff • A specialist consultant dedicated to negotiate, represent and ensure the best possible contract as a Gas Supervisor on your behalf To register an interest in this Gas Supervisor role click apply now or call Hannah on (phone number removed)
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We are currently working with a large Housing Association in Birmingham, who require a Project Manager to oversee their Fire, Compliance and Capital Works streams on a 3-6 month contract. As the Project Manager you will: * Lead and develop a multi disciplined Team to effectively manage and deliver a range of major improvement contracts * Preparing specifications, contract documents, tender documents and Forms of Contract for building works * Project manage works from inception to completion * Oversee fire safety works for their domestic stock and high/low rise buildings * Carrying out relevant duties as required under the legislation of Construction Design and Management (CDM) on all applicable contracts * Monitoring all pre and post contract works. * Preparing feasibility studies for Capital/major investment works Experience required for the Project Manager position; * Extensive experience in major organisation, local government or public sector building maintenance and improvement. * Proven track record of delivering projects within timescales and budgets from conception through to completion * Contract management of major building maintenance and/or improvement projects * Current legislation relating to building matters and building planning regulations * Knowledge and use of relevant forms of contract for consultancy and building works To register an interest, click apply now, or call Kane on (phone number removed)
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  • £50000 - £55000/annum Benefits
Payroll Project Manager - Edgware - £50k-£55k (2 Year Fixed-Term Contract) Our client, a large public sector body, are looking to employ a Payroll Project Manager for a 2-year fixed-term contract; to cover a system change. The long fixed-term contract provides stability but with an exciting challenge to take on. They are primarily looking for someone who has experience of implementing a Payroll system, as well as being a PRINCE2 Practitioner. Responsibilities Included: * Create and lead the delivery of the payroll system. * Work with the Project Lead to manage the Payroll System, including the transition period. * Advise on the budget required for the implementation, including clear breakdowns. * Identify new skill requirements to support the implementation as well as support existing colleagues in adapting to the system. * Identify potential risks & mitigate against them, as well as provide governance mechanisms for the organisation. * Assess impact of the role out on existing systems & agree changes with senior stakeholders. Skills Required: * PRINCE2 Practitioner. * Payroll system configuration experience. * Experience leading projects. This could be an ideal opportunity for someone looking for a long-term contract with a clear project focus; as well as flexible working arrangements & a chance to make a real difference in the public sector
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  • £50000 - £55000/annum Benefits
Payroll Project Manager - Edgware - £50k-£60k (2 Year Fixed-Term Contract) Our client, a large public sector body, are looking to employ a Payroll Project Manager for a 2-year fixed-term contract; to cover a system change. The long fixed-term contract provides stability but with an exciting challenge to take on. They are primarily looking for someone who has experience of implementing a Payroll system, as well as being a PRINCE2 Practitioner. Responsibilities Included: * Create and lead the delivery of the payroll system. * Work with the Project Lead to manage the Payroll System, including the transition period. * Advise on the budget required for the implementation, including clear breakdowns. * Identify new skill requirements to support the implementation as well as support existing colleagues in adapting to the system. * Identify potential risks & mitigate against them, as well as provide governance mechanisms for the organisation. * Assess impact of the role out on existing systems & agree changes with senior stakeholders. Skills Required: * PRINCE2 Practitioner. * Payroll system configuration experience. * Experience leading projects. This could be an ideal opportunity for someone looking for a long-term contract with a clear project focus; as well as flexible working arrangements & a chance to make a real difference in the public sector
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This London Borough are looking for an experienced strategic planner who is able to hit the ground running with minimum supervision. You will be dealing with Planning applications consisting of 150+ units, so it is expected that you have recent and relevant experience, preferably within a London Borough. You will project manage a number of large and controversial planning applications  including GLA referable applications. This role is for an initial 6 month with a view of extending. It is Inside IR35 but with pay rates £50-£55/h. We can offer flexible working and working from home. For further information or to apply for this post please contact Kevin O'Shea on (phone number removed) or (url removed)
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