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Project Manager Kensington Contract £29.30 Our client is looking for a Senior Project Manager - The Senior Project Manager role is responsible for leading and providing oversight to priority Programme/ Project(s) across the Grenfell Recovery programme, ensuring there is appropriate oversight and management of all strategic and operational risks and issues, and coordinating associated activities to ensure that strategic objectives are met. This includes: • Leading and managing projects and programmes across Grenfell Response and across the council to deliver the outcomes of the Grenfell Recovery Strategy • Servicing internal senior stakeholder and external stakeholders (including Government Departments) with accurate, up-to-date progress against Grenfell strategic objectives and outcomes • Maintaining a central and detailed view of the Grenfell Recovery delivery plans ensuring they are understood by internal and external stakeholders • Understanding the Grenfell Recovery priorities, and making planning and resourcing decisions that support their delivery, including directing activities and project(s) across the Grenfell Recovery to better meet these desired outcomes • Raising risks and issues across the Grenfell Recovery and escalating them to the appropriate level to mitigate or address * • Coordinating and managing Grenfell Recovery governance arrangements, communicating project progress, critical risks and decisions to relevant boards and stakeholders * • Managing and maintaining programme and project documentation, including documentation that supports effective governance and decision making • Working as part of multi-disciplinary teams to respond to internal and external enquiries on delivery of the Grenfell Recovery Strategy and progress, for example, a high-profile enquiry or short-term delivery objective. • Ensuring staff reporting to the post holder are well led, managed and developed. • Supporting the maintenance of an up-to-date central knowledge repository to support staff to access the most recent documentation (e.g. current policies, contextual information, programme documentation, service catalogues) • Providing support to the three core Grenfell Recovery areas (Dedicated Service, Commissioning, Community Programme) • Managing project communication both within the delivery team and externally across the council General Requirements • To carry out all duties in accordance with relevant Council, directorate and local policies, procedures and standards • To be aware of the Council’s Health and Safety Policy and to work safely. • To attend and participate in a range of meetings as appropriate • To participate in training and make constructive use of supervision and performance review to enhance opportunities for personal development, and to contribute improvements to the service • To carry out the responsibilities of the post at all times with due regard to equal opportunities, the Data Protection Act and the maintenance of confidentiality and service user choice • To develop good working relationships with all teams within the service, other directorates, business groups and partner agencies • To undertake any other appropriate duties as directed by line managers. Please only apply if you have the necessary skills, experience and expertise. The first part of our recruitment process is to send your CV
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Senior Planning Officer Enfield Contract £25 per hour Our client is looking for an experienced Senior Planning Officer. To assess all types of planning and associated applications including site visit (generally unaccompanied), consultation, negotiation written report and recommendation to agreed timescales, including responsibility for major development proposals. Deal with planning appeals and represent the Council at Informal Hearings and Public Inquiries. Deal with planning enquiries from agents, applicants and the public. Give pre-application planning advice to prospective developers. Advise local Societies, Associations and Groups on planning issues, including attendance at meetings as required. Deal with correspondence arising from development control work. Negotiate agreements under S.106 of the Town and Country Planning Act where appropriate to secure wider benefit from development proposals. Deal with correspondence on planning issues from MP.'s and Councillors. Act as Duty Planning officer on a rota basis Please only apply if you have the necessary skills, experience and expertise. The first part of our recruitment process is to send your CV
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  • £450 - £500/day + Negotiable
Newham Council are currently working alongside Spencer Clarke Group to recruit an Children and Young People Commissioner The Daily rate is £450 to £500 Negotiable dependent upon experience (Please submit CV with rate you require) and we are hoping to get someone started as soon as possible. The role is Full Time and operates on a 6+Month ongoing contract We are looking to get someone started as soon as possible. This is a brand new role which will help shape and enable the Mayor and her Cabinet to articulate their shared ambition for Newham’s children and young people As a member of the Corporate Management Team (CMT), this role will lead the Council and its partners towards Newham becoming a fully children and young people centred borough. Under its leadership all council services and decisions will be reviewed to ensure we are maximising the benefits for Newham’s children and young people. You will spearhead the Council’s approach to decriminalising young people caught up in violence and harness the whole system capabilities of the council and its partners to safeguard our young people and direct them into positive lifestyle choices. The role is responsible for leading and directly managing a portfolio of services including: Youth engagement (youth service, youth assemblies, youth parliament, youth hubs, youth rights, youth safety board); Early help and children’s health (0-19 children’s health, health visiting service, school nurse service, family nurse partnership service, head-start, best start in life and community parenting). Accountabilities – Newham’s Children and Young People’s Commissioner To support the Council and its partners with implementing the shared ambition for children and young people through a focus on the journey of the child (school, place and community) extending beyond those working directly with children’s services and move Newham to become a children and young people centred borough. This high level ambition for the Council and partners will at all levels (strategic, operational, local) lead discussion and decisions to design and commission services around the needs of children and young people pivoting the Council’s approach in all its services. To act as a required consultee on all council commissioning activity to influence service delivery outcomes to directly aid the achievement of the shared ambition for children and young people. To ensure the emerging early help strategy reflects the above ambition and is delivered as well as monitored through collaboration with children, young people, families and partners. Work collaboratively with the Corporate Director for Children and Young People to deliver the Council’s ambition to support children and young people to achieve their goals. If you know of anyone that may be suitable and interested in the role, please pass on this Email and our details and activate your £250 referral bonus We also have a number of role across the UK so get in touch!!! If you are interested in this role or would like to know more information, please contact Khalsa at Spencer Clarke Group
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Job Title: Train Cleaner – Early/Late Shift Location: Brighton, West Sussex Interviews/Start date: Thursday 27th June We can only consider CV applications and NO telephone applications due to the large volume of applications. Wanted! We have a requirement for a Cleaner to join an experienced team of Train Cleaners who operate on the day shifts to ensure the cleanliness of the trains are suitable for public use on one of the UK’s leading train operating companies. ATA are currently working with a recognised leader in the rail sector who has operations across three rail franchises within the UK and has an ever-growing presence within the industry. The Candidate: Are you hard-working, willing to get your hands dirty and job satisfaction out of a clean environment? Look no further, as we have a great opening for a cleaner to work in a local train depot using your skills and experience to ensure the trains are clean and tidy. Ideally you will have a background in train cleaning, housekeeping or a similar cleaning environment. The Role: Up for a challenge? Great, lets tell you about the role! Your sole responsibility on the day shift is to ensure the trains are clean and tidy by carrying out cleaning of the interiors and exteriors so they are smart and presentable for public use. Requirements: If you’re loving the sound of this, here’s what you need to be considered for the role! Ideally experience within any cleaning environment, flexibility to work alternating weekly shifts of the following 06:00am – 13.24pm, 08:00am – 15.24pm and 13:21pm – 20.45pm across a 7-day roster pattern that includes 2 weekends per month. As part of the interview process and if successful in being offered the role, you will be required to attend a drug & alcohol test as well as an ID check at our London office providing original documentation such as eligibility to work in the UK. Hourly Rate of Pay: £9.07 per hour plus overtime rates. If you’re interested in the Train Cleaner position, press “APPLY” or send your CV to Please Note: We can only consider CV applications and NO telephone applications due to the large volume of applications. ATA Recruitment specialises in Manufacturing, Infrastructure, Civil, Transportation and general Engineering recruitment on both a permanent and contract basis – for more opportunities like this one, visit our website. By applying you accept the terms of our Privacy Notice which can be found on our website ATA Recruitment specialises in Manufacturing, Infrastructure, Civil, Transportation and general Engineering recruitment on both a permanent and contract basis - for more opportunities like this one, visit our website
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  • £17986 - £19985/annum 27 days holiday, pension
Orbit is a fantastic business and one that’s really going places. Our Lettings Team are responsible for all functions associated with allocating and letting the right homes, to the right customers to ensure a sustainable tenancy. Our Lettings Assistants carry out the crucial office based tasks associated with our service. They coordinate the lettings process with colleagues in other teams to ensure we find a new customer for the home as quickly as possible, works are carried out to the property and the customer is assessed to ensure they meet our lettings criteria and are able to sustain their tenancy. Lettings Assistants process end of tenancy terminations, place new adverts and make the initial assessment of the customer application and refer to our underwriting colleagues and external services including Local Authorities, Police, Social Services etc where further assessment is required. You will manage the process right up to the point that the new tenant signs their new tenancy agreement. About you As a Lettings Assistant you will be committed to delivering high levels of customer service and be confident in managing numerous cases that are likely to be at different stages of the process. You will be well organised with excellent administrative, IT and organisational skills. The nature of the work will mean that you need to communicate effectively verbally and in writing and should have an inquisitive approach to ensure that all of the facts and information required are obtained. Applicants may well come from a lettings, customer service or contact centre type environment. It is hoped that you will have an understanding of the work that Housing Associations undertake in the community. Why apply? We believe that an organisation's best asset is its people, and as such we want everyone to feel that they can make a difference. We want to unlock the potential in all Orbit employees and maximise their satisfaction in the job. We have a corporate training programme, opportunities for professional development and our employee’s tell us we are a great organisation to work for. We offer an excellent benefits package, including private medical insurance, discounted dental insurance and gym membership, 27 days holiday entitlement and pension scheme. About us We are one of the UK’s leading housing groups providing high quality, good value homes to over 100,000 customers across the Midlands, the East and South East. We are a developing housing association that owns and manages 42,000 homes and builds 2,000 new homes every year. Our customers are at the centre of everything we do. We provide all sorts of homes for all sorts of people and our innovative approach empowers every one of them to grow and flourish. We are commercially driven. The more profit we make, the more we invest into the communities that we work for, improving services and playing a key role in driving UK housing growth. We empower our employees and enable people from every background to achieve their career ambitions by giving them the support, benefits, training and environment they need to thrive at work and in life. To apply for this role please submit your CV and a supporting statement that demonstrates how you meet the key criteria we need
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  • £30000 - £50000/annum Commisson only
New to the industry? No problem. If you have the skills, we can train you to be successful. Trainee Enforcement Agents can look forward to an excellent training support package, which is un-rivalled in the industry. As a self-employed Enforcement Agent you will be engaged on specialist debt recovery, you will visit customers at the addresses stated on warrants (includes Liability Orders and Writs) to obtain payment, execute warrants, make enquiries to trace the whereabouts of absconders or seize goods to the value of the warrant for sale at auction. This is a self-employed role with no based salary and commission only, with financial support during training. This is a driving role so you must hold a UK FULL driving licence. This includes: * An 8-12-week training package prior to certification; * Financial support during certification period; * City & Guilds accredited classroom and field-based training with mentoring and support through to and post certification; * A self-employed field-based role with access to warrant volumes which make for realistic earnings and uncapped commission opportunities; * State of the art IT & Body Worn Camera equipment and access to software to support supplier performance; If you have experience in any of the fields below, please apply * Close protection, Door security, SIA * Military ( air force, Army, Navy ), police, * Field sales, Door to Door sales, * Previously Self-employed * Recovery, collections Agent, Enforcement or Eviction Agent * Certificated Agent All potential suppliers will undertake Right to Work, DBS and CCJ checks prior to training
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Spencer Clarke Group are working in partnership with Wakefield Council to appoint an Project Manager to their team. Contract – 6-12 month agency contract with a view to being extended on an ongoing basis. Working hours – Monday – Friday 09:00 – 17:00 Rate of pay - £18+ per hour. Please note there is room for negotiation on the rate depending on experience. About the role: Our Change Team help add pace to realising our ambitions, supporting the improvement, transformation and redesign of services across the Council. We are looking to recruit two enthusiastic and experienced Project Managers to support the delivery of key projects within our Children and Young People’s Directorate, helping to embed and apply best practice and to drive forward improvements at pace. We are looking for a blend of positive-energy, skills and experience. Candidates will work well under pressure and be highly resilient. They will be an excellent communicator, with excellent organisation and planning skills and the ability to engage with colleagues at every level. Candidates should have a good understanding of business improvement tools and techniques, process analysis & design and the ability to turn business requirements into a specification of requirements. Experience in supporting the implementation of technology as an enabler of change would be an advantage, as will previous experience of implementing social care case management systems (our current system is CarerDirector). If you are interested in this role and would like to apply, please send a copy of your most recent CV to and contact Richard on (phone number removed) as soon as possible
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  • £31.00 - £33.00/hour + Negotiable
Redbridge Council are currently working alongside Spencer Clarke Group to recruit an Experienced Children Social Worker The Hourly rate is £32 Negotiable dependent upon experience and we are hoping to get someone started as soon as possible. The role is Full Time and operates on a 6+Month ongoing contract We are looking to get someone started as soon as possible. We are looking for; Social with a minimum of four years post-qualifying experience to work in the Child Protection and Assessment team. The role includes being on duty one week in six and then undertaking; Child and Family Assessments S47 inquiries taking cases to ICPC, PLO first court hearing or first LAC review. S7 and S37 reports, Age assessments and human rights assessments. Essentials HCPC Registration Extensive experience within Children Services If you are interested in this role or would like to know more information, please contact Khalsa at Spencer Clarke Group
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  • £22.00 - £23.00/hour + Negotiable
Havering Council are currently working alongside Spencer Clarke Group to recruit an Fraud Investigator The Hourly rate is £22 Negotiable dependent upon experience and we are hoping to get someone started as soon as possible. The role is Full Time and operates on a 6+Month ongoing contract We are looking to get someone started as soon as possible. Your Role; To plan and prioritise investigation activity To plan and carry out both simple and complex investigations into various areas of fraud against the Council, including seeking out evidence from a variety of sources and interviewing claimants, tenants, staff and witnesses under caution as appropriate and in accordance with relevant legislation To plan, organise and implement special projects undertaken by the section to detect either internal fraud, housing fraud or any other frauds against the Council. To identify opportunities for obtaining and evaluating intelligence and evidence, and to liaise and carry out investigations with the Police, Department of Work and Pensions and other agencies as appropriate, monitoring compliance with the national Fraud Partnership Agreement. To advise and train others on procedures and practices regarding the prevention and detection of frauds. To assess referrals received in accordance with policy and standards and recommend appropriate action and, where appropriate feedback to the relevant area information to assist them in fraud prevention in the future, including making recommendations, at the conclusion of investigations, about ways in which processes and systems should be changed to avoid a recurrence of the fraud. Essentials ACFS accreditation or equivalent qualification Experience of carrying out investigations with minimal supervision, including Interviews under caution and preparing material for disciplinary hearings or criminal proceedings If you are interested in this role or would like to know more information, please contact Khalsa at Spencer Clarke Group
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To plan, co-ordinate and conduct investigations into suspected cartel activity in collaboration with Assistant Director Investigators, Principal Investigation Officers and Senior Investigation Officers. To assist, where appropriate, with applications to the High Court for search warrants. To assist with on-site investigations using formal powers. To comply with statutory duties and procedural requirements in all investigatory activity. To analyse, assess and present to the team leaders, the evidence gathered in the course of an investigation identifying whether it is sufficient to proceed and to assist the team leader, as appropriate, in drafting appropriate documentation. Other tasks may be required to be undertaken from time to time commensurate with a investigator post. Security Clearance: BPSS CV Deadline: 25th June 2019
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