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Working on behalf of our client, a Local Authoirty based in South East London, The Capital Group are currently recruiting for an Asset Manager. Role profile • Lead responsibility for maintaining Asset Management and compliance information across the Repairs and Investment Service. • Managing and analysing complex data, to include stock condition data, compliance and inspection records and information, being able to present information clearly and concisely to inform strategic decisions. • A good working knowledge of Keystone Asset Management and all associated compliance management and service modules. • Developing systems and processes and process maps to ensure good data management, and record keeping • Work effectively with internal and external stakeholders as required, forming strong and productive relationships • Improve the quality of life for residents and increase value for money • Develop and maintain an up to date knowledge of legislation, policy and good practice • Ensure the highest levels of customer care at all times, and management of customer care including responses to complaints and Members Enquiries • Ensure budgets, where allocated, are managed effectively, ensuring timely and accurate monitoring and forecasting • Responsible for successful delivery of the Council’s corporate objectives and the business objectives of the Repairs and Investment division. • Lead and manage key and business critical projects as agreed with the Assistant Director of Repairs and Investment, to help deliver service transformation Key outputs required for 6 months: • Integrating and migrating recent Stock Condition survey data into Keystone Asset Management • Work closely with IT and service users to ensure successful and timely integration of Keystone compliance modules and integration with existing systems e.g. Northgate v6 • Develop systems and processes to ensure effective management of all stock data, with controls and standards in place to ensure good data management • Develop a suite standard performance reports and exceptions reports within Keystone Please send CV to apply
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Pertemps Managed Solutions are currently recruiting on behalf of Bucks Council who are looking to recruit a Principal Educational Psychologist This post is a combined senior manager and professional role with responsibility for the leadership of the Educational Psychology Service and for the quality of specialist psychological services and advice in the field of SEND The Principal Educational Psychologist (PEP) will work in cooperation with other service managers and partner agencies and report to the Head ofIntegrated Services, to ensure the delivery of a high standard of psychological services. The postholder will lead on future service delivery reviews and will play a key role in driving forward the Council's SEND and Education and Skills strategies Job Context (key outputs of team / role to provide some specific examples of role profile accountabilities) • To provide professional management and leadership to the Educational Psychology Service. This will include recruitment, supervision, deployment and performance management of Senior EPs in the management team. • To oversee co-ordination and management of the Educational Psychology Service and to enhance the professional and managerial effectiveness of the team through supervision, quality assurance processes and continuing professional development (CPD) in line with HCPC statutory requirements and standards of proficiency. • To be responsible for and monitor the timely submission of psychological advice with respect to Statutory Assessment, Annual Reviews and SEND Tribunal Appeals and ensure government targets are met, in partnership with the SEN team • To be responsible for EPS allocated budget and associated cost centres and to ensure appropriate action is taken to avoid overspends. • To contribute professional advice, support and training in effective methodologies and strategies based on applied psychology to staff across the Children's Services Portfolio, educational and community settings. • To be responsible for provision of effective information based upon the research evidence about children's difficulties and to identify the most appropriate areas for intervention, including in-service training and continuing professional development of teachers and other staff. • To contribute and influence national developments within Educational Psychology and other related professions, including close liaison with Educational Psychology training providers and other relevant national bodies, e.g. NAPEP, BPS, AEP • To coordinate responses to relevant professional consultation. • To represent the EPS at meetings with other services and local stakeholders, e.g. Headteachers, CYP service managers, regional and national groups • To represent the EPS and work closely with Children's Services to ensure coordinated county-wide practice particularly in relation to early intervention and prevention strategies for vulnerable children and young people including looked after children and other high risk groups. • To support and develop inclusive, early and preventative practice in line with SEN policy and strategy, for example, Holding Hands Programme, Nurture Groups, Pyramid, transition support. The Candidate: Five years minimum experience as an educational psychologist with three years minimum managerial responsibilities in an LA at Senior EP level Educated to degree level or equivalent standard. Degree in Psychology (or equivalent as recognised by the British Psychological Society (BPS) For more information please apply and a recruitment consultant will be ij touch to answer any queries you may have
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My client is a reputable contractor working within housing maintenance. We are looking for a skilled multi plumber to work on a housing maintenance contract. You must have a clean drivers licence, no unspent convictions, NVQ level 2 in plumbing and at least 5 years maintenance experience. This positions supplies a company van and fuel card and is a temp to perm role, its great opportunity for someone to expand and excell in their career. please send your CV to Build Recruitment Limited acts as an Employment Business for the supply of temporary workers and an Employment Agency in relation to permanent vacancies. Build Recruitment is an equal opportunities employer
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My client is a principal contractor working within social housing maintenance. We are looking for a number of Multi Trade Operatives to work within repairs and maintenance across London. This is a temp to perm role that supplies a company van, it is a great opportunity to start with an established contractor and build a successful career. You must have a qualification in one of the below, a clean drivers licence and have no unspent criminal convictions. Carpentry - Plumbing - Plastering. Please send your CV to apply. Build Recruitment Limited acts as an Employment Business for the supply of temporary workers and an Employment Agency in relation to permanent vacancies. Build Recruitment is an equal opportunities employer
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Greenacre Recruitment is currently seeking to recruit a Contracts Administrator for a Housing Association in Chelmsford. This is a fantastic opportunity for a talented and experienced administrator who has extensive knowledge of housing and contract management. The Role: * Set up and maintain the administrative arrangements for effective and efficient contract management, including stakeholder communication, governance, performance monitoring arrangements, payments and file/records management * Ensure payments are accurate and reflect agreed performance and/or payment mechanisms * Manage section 20 consultations. * Arrange and attend progress meetings, resident liaison. * To ensure that the handover of the information packs are issued to the residents and files on the relevant IT systems and carry out resident satisfaction survey on the completed works. * To work closely with the Building Surveyors for technical support. * Prepare regular performance information * Act as contractor meeting administrator through arranging meetings, taking minutes, collating and distributing meeting packs. * Act as first point of contact for effective complaint resolution. * Compile information as required by the CDM principle designer. * Provide monthly statistics for contractor and clients performance. * Maintain records of approved contractor / supplier lists, including Public Liability Insurance and other key documents required * To work with the Asset Manager to advise the Leadership and Executive Team on issues related to contractual matters and overall performance of the contract. * Follow agreed processes for Safeguarding and Data Protection and in accordance with the General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR). * Build on the reputation of the company internally and externally – specifically forging strong and meaningful relationships with key stakeholders * Demonstrate the highest personal standards of integrity and conduct, upholding all organisational policies and procedures. * Ensure the Association’s equality and diversity policy is adhered to and implemented in respect of both employment and service delivery. * Ensure that your responsibilities in respect of health and safety legislation are fulfilled. * Contribute towards the good governance and compliance. * Undertake other duties as may reasonably be required. Person Specification: * Good understanding of management of contractors * Customer focus to deliver timely services * Knowledge of CDM regulations * Good oral and written communication skills * Excellent IT skills, including ability to fully utilise standard Microsoft * Excellent organisational and administrative skills * Experience of monitoring and reporting on delivery against projects * Experience of identifying and resolving problems with third parties * Experience of maintaining accurate and up to date records and logs This vacancy is being advertised on behalf of Greenacre Recruitment Limited who are operating as an employment agency and business
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Crime Intelligence Researcher Nuneaton, Warwickshire Fixed Term until 31st March 2019 Full Time The closing date for this post is 12 noon on Thursday 30th August 2018 Assessments will be held W/C 10th September 2018 Interviews will be held W/C 24th September 2018 A strategic alliance has been formed between Warwickshire Police and West Mercia Police in order to enable both forces to meet the challenge of reducing policing budgets. By working more closely together the forces will benefit from greater operational and organisational resilience, making us the fourth largest geographic police area in England and Wales. The main purpose of the role is to carry out methodical and structured research in support of analysis and operational policing. Main Responsibilities: To provide research capability within territorial and specialist intelligence functions. To ensure that the research supports operational needs with an approach that is structured and methodical. To support strategies to facilitate the achievement of crime and disorder reduction objectives. To ensure intelligence is obtained ethically and in accordance with the relevant legislation, policy, protocols and codes of practice. To maintain and support ongoing or long-term analytical products with timely, accurate and reliable research of joint systems and other systems (inc. open source). To support analytical or investigative functions in respect of serious or complex investigations. To identify and account for issues surrounding data quality. To undertake other duties commensurate with the nature, level of responsibility and grading of this post, as required. Experience/Skills:   5 A-C grade GCSEs (or equivalent) including Maths and English. An understanding of analytical processes and techniques and the theoretical principles underpinning crime intelligence analysis. Previous experience carrying out applied research. Experience in handling quantitative and qualitative data.  Proven advanced IT skills, particularly using Windows-based packages, including advanced MS Excel. The proven ability to combine information from multiple sources / systems, maintain databases or similar systems and summarise information. Good communication skills (including written formats). Ability to work with minimal supervision. Special Conditions: Occasional out of hours working We want our organisation to be as diverse as the community it serves. We welcome applicants from all sections of the community. You will be required as part of Warwickshire Police and West Mercia Police recruitment process to successfully complete vetting and credit checks
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Pertemps Managed Solutions are currently recruiting on behalf of a government agency who are looking to recruit a Fire Safety Officer You must have public sector experience to apply JOB PURPOSE: To provide fire safety surveying expertise, support and advice to ensure LBHF housing stock is inspected, managed and maintained in accordance with the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 and any other appropriate Health and Safety Legislation. DESCRIPTION OF DUTIES: Specific Responsibilities · Provide specialist professional and technical advice and reports on all matters within the functionality of the service, including undertaking the role of professional or expert witness at hearings, adjudications and legal proceedings etc. · Undertake and produce Fire Risk Assessments (FRAs) for LBHF housing stock and tenant meeting rooms, identifying all fire related risks and raise orders to repair and maintenance contractors to remedy risks and rectify identified minor breaches. · Prepare a programme of FRA inspections in accordance with the regulatory reform order taking account of appropriate risk of different stock archetypes. · Undertake desk top reviews of Fire Risk assessments at planned intervals as per policy requirements · Undertake quality assurance of specialist contractors undertaking FRA’s · Monitor Repairs and Maintenance contractor’s work, inspect completed works and ensure standards are to the highest quality. Follow up unacceptable performance with contractors to ensure issues are remedied. · Identify technical solutions and develop planned programmes of Fire Safety Works in accordance with LBHF Asset Management Strategy. · Prepare specifications of works for one off projects as required to ensure that LBHF is fully compliant with current statutory Health & Safety and Fire regulations. · Work closely with the Planned and Capital Team and post inspect quality of work undertaken during planned programmes. · Undertake regular random inspections within the housing stock to ensure that fire safety signage and communal areas are free of rubbish or tenants possessions. · Work with the London Fire Brigade’s inspector responsible for auditing LBHF Fire Risk Assessments. Undertake joint inspections on selected buildings, identify remedies, monitor works and produce reports on the results to the Health and Safety Manager. · Deal with enforcement notices issued by the London Fire Brigade, organising remedial works and prepare formal responses to the fire brigade. Qualifications: Essential: · NEBOSH General Certificate. · Fire Safety and Fire Risk Assessment training · Educated to a HND (Diploma) or equivalent gained through experience Experience, Knowledge, Skills: · Demonstrable experience in housing/construction industry advising on aspects of Health and Safety and Fire Safety. · Experience in the delivery of Health and Safety training · Experience of undertaking risk inspections · Experience of undertaking Fire Risk Assessments in social housing · Detailed Knowledge and understanding of 2005 Regulatory Reform Order. · Detailed knowledge and understanding of health and safety legislation and its application and relevance to staff, residents and contractors · Knowledge of quality assurance systems · An understanding of local authority statutory responsibilities in the event of an For more information please apply and a recruitment consultant will be i touch to answer any queries you may have
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Crime Intelligence Researcher Worcester, Worcestershire Fixed Term until 30th September 2019 Full Time The closing date for this post is 12 noon on Thursday 30th August 2018 Assessments will be held W/C 10th September 2018 Interviews will be held W/C 24th September 2018 A strategic alliance has been formed between Warwickshire Police and West Mercia Police in order to enable both forces to meet the challenge of reducing policing budgets. By working more closely together the forces will benefit from greater operational and organisational resilience, making us the fourth largest geographic police area in England and Wales. The main purpose of the role is to carry out methodical and structured research in support of analysis and operational policing. Main Responsibilities: To provide research capability within territorial and specialist intelligence functions. To ensure that the research supports operational needs with an approach that is structured and methodical. To support strategies to facilitate the achievement of crime and disorder reduction objectives. To ensure intelligence is obtained ethically and in accordance with the relevant legislation, policy, protocols and codes of practice. To maintain and support ongoing or long-term analytical products with timely, accurate and reliable research of joint systems and other systems (inc. open source). To support analytical or investigative functions in respect of serious or complex investigations. To identify and account for issues surrounding data quality. To undertake other duties commensurate with the nature, level of responsibility and grading of this post, as required. Experience/Skills:   5 A-C grade GCSEs (or equivalent) including Maths and English. An understanding of analytical processes and techniques and the theoretical principles underpinning crime intelligence analysis. Previous experience carrying out applied research. Experience in handling quantitative and qualitative data.  Proven advanced IT skills, particularly using Windows-based packages, including advanced MS Excel. The proven ability to combine information from multiple sources / systems, maintain databases or similar systems and summarise information. Good communication skills (including written formats). Ability to work with minimal supervision. Special Conditions: Occasional out of hours working We want our organisation to be as diverse as the community it serves. We welcome applicants from all sections of the community. You will be required as part of Warwickshire Police and West Mercia Police recruitment process to successfully complete vetting and credit checks
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Dynamics CRM Developer Leicester £50,000 1-year Fixed Term Contract 35 hours per week Our client an award winning provider of affordable, quality homes, but their business is about more than property – it’s about people. They aim to put their residents at the centre of everything they do and offer first class services to all. They currently have an opportunity for a Dynamics CRM Developer to join their dedicated team in Leicester and they really want to hear from you if; * You are educated to Degree standard in ICT or ability to demonstrate suitable experience to meet the requirements; * Have knowledge and strong understanding of how Dynamics CRM (365) integrates with other technologies; * Have previous experience in Dynamics CRM; * Have experience in Web API development and plugins. Company benefits include: * 26 days annual leave entitlement per annum plus bank holidays (pro rated for part time roles) * Opportunities to develop your career through internal and external training, professional qualifications, career coaching etc. * Generous pension scheme * Health Cash plan for discounted optical, dental and health * Childcare vouchers * Perkbox - High street discounts * Long Service Awards * Health and Wellbeing initiatives As a Disability Confident and Equal Opportunities Employer, our client welcomes applications from all suitably qualified candidates including those from black and minority ethnic (BME) groups and disabled candidates. NO AGENCIES Closing date: Midnight, 2nd September 2018
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STRATEGIC COMMISSIONING MANAGER - AGEING WELL £(Apply online only) A DAY - 6 MONTHS IMMEDIATE START - LOCAL AUTHORITY WALES Baltimore consulting group are currently assisting a local authority with the appointment of a strategic Commissioning Change manager for a period of 6 Months for all age services. The role will assist the Chief Executive, the Strategic Director and the People Management Team to provide strategic leadership across the local authority, promoting the council as a place to live, work, invest and visit. The successful candidate will be Implementing the Council's commissioning model. Embed an effective commissioning culture within the People Directorate. Lead in transforming domiciliary care, residential care and older people's accommodation. Responsibilities: • Ensure that services are developed and sourced through a robust commissioning and procurement process focusing on the importance of securing appropriate citizen/community benefits and outcomes. • Utilise service assets to encourage innovative business and community led development initiatives. • Contribute to reducing the operational cost base to ensure the organisation's sustainability. • Assist the Head of Transformation and the People Directorate's Management Team by leading on Commissioning and Transforming Older People's Accommodation - to include residential care, Carers Support, Ageing Well Strategy and Engagement, Older People Daytime Activities - 3rd Sector Commissioned, Residential Care Health and Social Care Pooled Fund. • Commissioning and Support for: Domiciliary Care, Direct Payments, Brokerage of Domiciliary Care and Residential Care. • Contract Monitoring for Living Well and Ageing Well services The successful candidate will possess experience within residential, domiciliary care and older people services. Ability to develop, write and implement strategic plans think strategically with an understanding of the key issues affecting: Social care and Housing, Policy development, Partnership working and early intervention and prevention pathways. Recognised professional qualification in commissioning evidence of continued professional development within a local authority setting. If you are interested in this excellent opportunity and are available at short notice for a new assignment please do forward your updated CV and reference details or call Danielle Mathers on (Apply online only)
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