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THE ROLE… To hold accountability for operational aspects of Quality Control - QC Provide strong leadership and line-management for the teams to ensure the delivery of and compliance with company objectives Ensure sampling and testing of raw materials, equipment, facilities and finished products is delivered so that results are generated in a timely manner  Oversee the investigation and documentation of Out of Specification results and incidents / deviations generated within the QC department. Produce and review on a continuing basis the validity of specifications for sampling and testing in accordance with current regulatory requirements Coordinate assay transfer from other departments/organisations and any validation undertaken by the QC team    ABOUT YOU… Hands on analytical development experience Hands on analytical method validation experience  Someone who has already been a QC Manager would be desirable but if not has managerial experience  Broad range of experience working in the Pharmaceutical industry Working knowledge of the requirements of the MHRA and FDA is essential Experience of biological products (desirable) OTHER DETAILS... This position can be a permanent or  FTC of 12 months and the salary is negotiable
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We have an exciting opportunity for a Graduate Engineer/Site Engineer to join a Consulting Engineering firm to work on the HS2 project. This will be a site based role, assisting with preliminary building settlement surveys, working between Euston and West Ruislip. The successful candidate will be required on a freelance or fixed term basis, starting in January. In this role you will be responsible for: • On site recording of building structural form (i.e shape, single or multi-storey, basements etc), materials (i.e brick, RC, steel frames, glazed, cladding), likely foundation type (i.e piled, strip or pad foundations). • Report writing to take formalise site records. • Recording Conditioning • Condition surveys for design assessment • Writing reports on site   Skills Required: • BSc or BEng level qualification in Civil Engineering allied subject or HNC/ HND or the equivalent • Valid CSCS card • Strong IT skills • Newly graduated civil engineer with surveying experience The successful candidate will not only benefit form working for this excellent client but will also benefit from working with Carmichael UK. We pay weekly, offer support with CSCS, PTS and Lucas tests, have a competitive referral scheme and retail discounts on our Hummingbrid website. Please apply now if you are interested
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  • £130 - £150/hour
HGV 1 Container work - NIGHTS Start WC 02.12.19 28 Drivers needed Work 6,5 ongoing to JUNE 2019 This is simple container work, 8 to 10 hour shifts. Working out of Liverpool for a high profile client. New Passes accepted Requirements UK licence DQC and Driver Card Max 9 points
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  • £500 - £1100/day
Project Manager / Programme Manager, Law Firm, Central London (London Bridge area). A very experienced Programme Manager is urgently required by our law firm client based in Central London (London Bridge) An opportunity has arisen for a Programme Manager, supported by 2 Project Managers to lead the end to end delivery of a business-impactful programme to introduce a standardised operating environment, remote working capabilities and collaborative working into a law firm based in the City of London. The goal is to introduce new ways of working and flexibility to allow agile, remote working for the 500 or so staff who currently work from a location in the City. This programme is about not just introducing new technology, but also delivering cultural and mindset change within the firm. In this regard it is a classic 'people, process and technology change' role. To deliver this change, our client seeks a very experienced Programme Manager, along with 2 Project Managers, with highly-developed stakeholder management skills, able to build consensus for changer and carry 'change-adverse' fee earners through the transformational process. Programme management experience of implementing collaborative technologies such as Office365, Azure and Skype for Business would be a distinct advantage. Alexander Recruitment Limited is acting as a recruitment consultancy / employment agency in the recruitment of a Project / Programme Manager. These roles fall outside the scope of IR35, although this will need to be reviewed if the contract extends beyond 9-12 months
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The Ministry of Justice are seeking a Change Director to join them at 102 Petty France, London. Team: Ministry of Justice|HMCTS Initial contracts will run for 6 months and offer a rate up to £1000/day. IR35 STATUS: Inside IR35. This engagement has been assessed by the public body as Inside IR35 legislation. Candidates would be required to operate through an umbrella company on this engagement. DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSIONS: 02/12/2019 at 12:00 This role requires Active SC (Security Check) clearance. Applicants require active SC clearance or the willingness to go through clearance before starting on site. Candidates with current clearance will be preferred. The Role Working to the Change Director, and with your SRO, you will be responsible for building and delivering an integrated programme. You will further refine the vision and deliver the technology and business change to realise it. Working alongside the other directors in change, you will drive the wider change portfolio to be successful; knit together operational and service priorities; and support the development of the wider justice system. To succeed, you will need to build on what has already been achieved and work collaboratively across the organisation to make your work add up to more than the sum of its parts. You will have an in-depth understanding of how to drive complex change both institutionally and behaviourally, with a tight grip of digital delivery and the ability to build and maintain strong relationships and teams. This role offers a fantastic opportunity to advance the principles of justice and make a critical difference to a major part of public life as part of an extremely ambitious change programme. Main Responsibilities * Lead, inspire and shape a multi-disciplinary team of c. 350 civil servants and suppliers across digital delivery, service development, programme management, and implementation to launch and sustain online court services in the civil, family, and tribunals jurisdictions and overall ways of working and service transformation * Drive collaboration across the change portfolio as part of the core team of change directors and supporting the portfolio leadership team as a whole. Work with the wider senior management of the organisation to support delivery of enabling services and of court reform in its entirety. Support cohesive working across the portfolio to deliver good outcomes. * Deliver the programme to time, cost and quality parameters, realising the benefits and driving good outcomes for the public, working in tight partnership with the SRO. * Maintain and execute a robust design for new services which puts the public at the centre of what we do and ensure service development is operationally effective and deployed safely. * Deliver outstanding value from the programme investment and ensure delivery of lifetime benefits. * Develop and shape strong partnerships with the judiciary to deliver sustainable change; nurture relationships at the highest level across the department and the wider justice system. * Developing innovative solutions to complex issues providing expertise, support and advice to both delivery teams and the top tier of the organisation. * Drive cultural and behavioural change outside your direct sphere of influence and provide coaching, mentoring and development support to the wider team * Developing and maintaining close working relationships with relevant stakeholders from the MoJ, HMT, Cabinet Office, MPA and with other justice system partners. * You will be involved in developing the senior team but should assume line management of an SCS1 digital delivery lead, and SCS1 implementation lead, and activity management an SCS1 cross-jurisdictional components and 3xSCS1 service owners for new services. Essential Criteria * Excellent leadership skills with the ability to build high performing teams * Experience of leading scaled agile delivery and managing the associated commercial supply chain * A successful track record of leading the successful delivery of complex change in the public or private sector, preferably with similar scale or reach. * Demonstrable experience of programme and project management skills, software development, business change and transformation * The ability to think strategically and analyse complex issues and develop innovative, creative solutions and approaches. * Excellent influencing and relationship-building skills at all levels, as well as a highly-collaborative, team-player approach. * Supplier management and commercial skills which drive excellent results and value for the taxpayer * Clear understanding of and familiarity with reporting requirements for major programmes and the interface with a change portfolio function. * Strong financial management and budgeting skills. * Graduation from the Major Projects Leadership Academy would be an advantage. Candidate Eligibility Candidates must be eligible to work in the UK, this role will not offer Visa sponsorship. Tier 2 – General visas are cannot be accepted. This role requires that candidates be willing to undergo BPSS (DS) Baseline Personnel Security Standard (with a Disclosure Scotland)
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Change Director - SC Cleared Up to £1000pd inside IR35 | London | 6 Months Working as the Change Director, you will be responsible for building and delivering an integrated programme. You will further refine the vision and deliver the technology and business change to realise it. Working alongside the other directors in change, you will drive the wider change portfolio to be successful; knit together operational and service priorities; and support the development of the wider justice system. To succeed, you will need to build on what has already been achieved and work collaboratively across the organisation to make your work add up to more than the sum of its parts. You will have an in-depth understanding of how to drive complex change both institutionally and behaviourally, with a tight grip of digital delivery and the ability to build and maintain strong relationships and teams. This role offers a fantastic opportunity to advance the principles of justice and make a critical difference to a major part of public life as part of an extremely ambitious change programme. Key responsibilities: * Lead, inspire and shape a multi-disciplinary team of c. 350 civil servants and suppliers across digital delivery, service development, programme management, and implementation * Drive collaboration across the change portfolio as part of the core team of change directors, and supporting the portfolio leadership team * Deliver the programme to time, cost and quality parameters, realising the benefits and driving good outcomes for the public, working in tight partnership with the SRO. * Maintain and execute a robust design for new services which puts the public at the centre of what we do, and ensure service development is operationally effective and deployed safely. * Deliver outstanding value from the programme investment and ensure delivery of lifetime benefits. * Develop and shape strong partnerships with the judiciary to deliver sustainable change; nurture relationships at the highest level across the department and the wider justice system. * Developing innovative solutions to complex issues providing expertise, support and advice to both delivery teams and the top tier of the organisation. * Drive cultural and behavioural change outside your direct sphere of influence and provide coaching, mentoring and development support to the wider team * Developing and maintaining close working relationships with relevant stakeholders * You will be involved in developing the senior team To fill this demanding role, you will need to demonstrate the following essential criteria: * Excellent leadership skills with the ability to build high performing teams * Experience of leading scaled agile delivery and managing the associated commercial supply chain * A successful track record of leading the successful delivery of complex change in the public or private sector, preferably with similar scale or reach. * Demonstrable experience of programme and project management skills, software development, business change and transformation * The ability to think strategically and analyse complex issues and develop innovative, creative solutions and approaches. * Excellent influencing and relationship-building skills at all levels, as well as a highly-collaborative, team-player approach. * Supplier management and commercial skills which drive excellent results and value for the taxpayer * Clear understanding of and familiarity with reporting requirements for major programmes and the interface with a change portfolio function. * Strong financial management and budgeting skills. * Graduation from the Major Projects Leadership Academy would be an advantage. Please apply before 12:00 on 2nd December People Source Consulting Ltd is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy. People Source specialise in technology recruitment across niche markets including Information Technology, Digital TV, Digital Marketing, Project and Programme Management, SAP, Digital and Consumer Electronics, Air Traffic Management, Management Consultancy, Business Intelligence, Manufacturing, Telecoms, Public Sector, Healthcare, Finance and Oil & Gas
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  • £120 - £179/hour dependent on pay scale
I am currently working with a high achieving secondary school in Bolton that are looking for a Science Teacher to join their excellent Science department from January 2020 initially for 2 terms. This school offers a fantastic opportunity to teach in an innovative, high achieving secondary school and develop your skills and techniques. The school commits itself to providing the best education it possibly can to all students, allowing them to achieve at the highest levels. Benefits Dynamic and supportive staff Great transport links (close to the Metrolink and multiple bus routes) Growth and development opportunities An inclusive community spirit Responsibilities To plan, prepare and deliver lessons that will engage pupils and maximise pupil performance To maintain an excellent standard of discipline through focused teaching and through positive and productive working relationships To use a range of established teaching methods which sustain the momentum of pupils' work and keep all pupils engaged To set, mark and assess pupils' classwork and homework while providing constructive feedback and setting appropriate targets To help the Head of Department develop & update schemes of work across all Key Stages To be familiar with the statutory assessment and reporting requirements To be familiar with the Code of Practice on the identification and assessment of Special Educational Needs and as part of their responsibilities implement and keep records on Individual Education Plans for pupils when required To attend and contribute fully to school and departmental meetings, progress evenings as required To contribute to activities identified in the Faculty Improvement Plan To carry out the role and responsibilities of a form tutor Person Requirements Honours degree or equivalent, in a Science related subject (2:2 or above) Qualified teacher status Ability to teach all 3 Sciences up to GCSE To be able to communicate effectively with Staff, pupils, parents and wider members of the local communityWe offer A full-time, permanent job opportunity Free career & CV advice Continuous guidance throughout your whole career journey A refer a friend scheme of £250 We have lots of other opportunities here at Empowering Learning, so even if this role doesn't appeal to you, make sure you contact us to discuss other positions across Greater Manchester
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Change Director - 6 Months - London - £1000/Day Inside IR35 We are seeking a Change Director for our Central Government client based in London. This is an initial 6-month contract, paying up to £1000/Day Inside IR35. Please note, the successful candidate must be eligible to undergo SC clearance at offer stage if not already held. This role is inside IR35 - Due to the service of the role this will now be based on an Umbrella solution on a PAYE basis. Unsurprisingly, the role is a seriously challenging and extremely rewarding prospect. With a whole life cost of over £100m; steady-state benefits of over £100m p.a.; complex agile technology already in delivery; complex service design work; and a mixed civil service and contractor team of hundreds, the programme is a major endeavour in its own right. But the reach of this role goes much further, driving and negotiating change across constitutionally separate parts of the justice system; navigating an extremely complex set of interdependencies; dealing with serious up- and downstream repercussions from your changes; and handling very sensitive senior relationships. Role Profile: Lead, inspire and shape a multi-disciplinary team of c. 350 civil servants and suppliers across digital delivery, service development, programme management, and implementation to launch and sustain online court services in the civil, family, and tribunals jurisdictions and overall ways of working and service transformation * Drive collaboration across the change portfolio as part of the core team of change directors, and supporting the portfolio leadership team as a whole. Work with the wider senior management of the organisation to support delivery of enabling services and of court reform in its entirety. Support cohesive working across the portfolio to deliver good outcomes. * Deliver the programme to time, cost and quality parameters, realising the benefits and driving good outcomes for the public, working in tight partnership with the SRO. * Maintain and execute a robust design for new services which puts the public at the centre of what we do, and ensure service development is operationally effective and deployed safely. * Deliver outstanding value from the programme investment and ensure delivery of lifetime benefits. * Develop and shape strong partnerships with the judiciary to deliver sustainable change; nurture relationships at the highest level across the department and the wider justice system. * Developing innovative solutions to complex issues providing expertise, support and advice to both delivery teams and the top tier of the organisation. * Drive cultural and behavioural change outside your direct sphere of influence and provide coaching, mentoring and development support to the wider team * Developing and maintaining close working relationships with relevant stakeholders * You will be involved in developing the senior team To fill this demanding role, you will need to demonstrate the following essential criteria: * Excellent leadership skills with the ability to build high performing teams * Experience of leading scaled agile delivery and managing the associated commercial supply chain * A successful track record of leading the successful delivery of complex change in the public or private sector, preferably with similar scale or reach. * Demonstrable experience of programme and project management skills, software development, business change and transformation * The ability to think strategically and analyse complex issues and develop innovative, creative solutions and approaches. * Excellent influencing and relationship-building skills at all levels, as well as a highly-collaborative, team-player approach. * Supplier management and commercial skills which drive excellent results and value for the taxpayer * Clear understanding of and familiarity with reporting requirements for major programmes and the interface with a change portfolio function. * Strong financial management and budgeting skills. * Graduation from the Major Projects Leadership Academy would be an advantage.Do Not Call - Click the "Apply Now" button now for immediate review Change Director, Programme Director, Program Director, Projects Director, Portfolio Director, Programme Management, Project Management, Agile, Scaled Agile, Scaling Agile, SAFe, Head of Projects, Head of Portfolio, Head of Programmes, Change, Business change, SC Cleared, Security cleared, Security clearance, Transformation, change portfolio, Delivery, Implementation, Stakeholder Management, Government, Commercial, Supplier Management Circle Recruitment is acting as an Employment Agency in relation to this vacancy. Earn yourself a referral bonus if you refer somebody else who fills the role! We also offer an iPad if you refer a new client to us and we recruit for them. Follow us on Facebook - Circle Recruitment , Twitter - @Circle_Rec and LinkedIn - Circle Recruitment
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We're currently have an exciting new opporutnity for a Programme Director to join our central government client on a 6 month contract paying £1000pd umbrella INSIDE IR35 and based in Central London. CV Deadline: 02/12 @14:00 Ideally SC Security Cleared This is a great opportunity for a proven Programme Director to help deliver an ambitious transformation. Unsurprisingly, the role is a seriously challenging and extremely rewarding prospect. With a whole life cost of over £100m; steady-state benefits of over £100m p.a.; complex agile technology already in delivery; complex service design work; and a mixed civil service and contractor team of hundreds, the programme is a major endeavour in its own right. You will need to demonstrate the following essential criteria: • Excellent leadership skills with the ability to build high performing teams • Experience of leading scaled agile delivery and managing the associated commercial supply chain • A successful track record of leading the successful delivery of complex change in the public or private sector, preferably with similar scale or reach. • Demonstrable experience of programme and project management skills, software development, business change and transformation • The ability to think strategically and analyse complex issues and develop innovative, creative solutions and approaches. • Excellent influencing and relationship-building skills at all levels, as well as a highly-collaborative, team-player approach. • Supplier management and commercial skills which drive excellent results and value for the taxpayer • Clear understanding of and familiarity with reporting requirements for major programmes and the interface with a change portfolio function. • Strong financial management and budgeting skills. • Graduation from the Major Projects Leadership Academy would be an advantage
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  • £1000/day In-scope of IR35
Change Director - Government (SC cleared) MOJ - London - In-scope IR35: £1000 /day (Umbrella) - 6-month contract - Security level: SC Our civil, family and tribunals services programme is driving some of the most fundamental changes to courts and tribunals in a generation. Working in tight partnership with judiciary, we are building digital courts and tribunals; providing new ways of cases to be heard; opening up the justice system to all; and building national platforms and processes to support much more responsive service to the public and their legal representatives. We are seeking an outstanding Programme (Change) Director to help deliver this ambitious transformation. We are bringing together individual service projects, underlying platform development, and service development and implementation activity into a programme that works across the civil and family courts and the tribunals system. It is a critical component of the wider £1b change programme that is transforming the courts and tribunals system as a whole. This is the most ambitious programme of its kind in the world and central to the UK's global reputation for justice. Unsurprisingly, the role is a seriously challenging and extremely rewarding prospect. With a whole life cost of over £100m; steady-state benefits of over £100m p.a.; complex agile technology already in delivery; complex service design work; and a mixed civil service and contractor team of hundreds, the programme is a major endeavour in its own right. But the reach of this role goes much further, driving and negotiating change across constitutionally separate parts of the justice system; navigating an extremely complex set of interdependencies; dealing with serious up- and downstream repercussions from your changes; and handling very sensitive senior relationships. Working to the Change Director, and with your SRO, you will be responsible for building and delivering an integrated programme. You will further refine the vision and deliver the technology and business change to realise it. Working alongside the other directors in change, you will drive the wider change portfolio to be successful; knit together operational and service priorities; and support the development of the wider justice system. To succeed, you will need to build on what has already been achieved and work collaboratively across the organisation to make your work add up to more than the sum of its parts. You will have an in-depth understanding of how to drive complex change both institutionally and behaviourally, with a tight grip of digital delivery and the ability to build and maintain strong relationships and teams. This role offers a fantastic opportunity to advance the principles of justice and make a critical difference to a major part of public life as part of an extremely ambitious change programme. Key responsibilities: Lead, inspire and shape a multi-disciplinary team of c. 350 civil servants and suppliers across digital delivery, service development, programme management, and implementation to launch and sustain online court services in the civil, family, and tribunals jurisdictions and overall ways of working and service transformation (details of which are here: https://(url removed)/guidance/hmcts-reform-programme-reform-update). Drive collaboration across the change portfolio as part of the core team of change directors, and supporting the portfolio leadership team as a whole. Work with the wider senior management of the organisation to support delivery of enabling services and of court reform in its entirety. Support cohesive working across the portfolio to deliver good outcomes. Deliver the programme to time, cost and quality parameters, realising the benefits and driving good outcomes for the public, working in tight partnership with the SRO. Maintain and execute a robust design for new services which puts the public at the centre of what we do, and ensure service development is operationally effective and deployed safely. Deliver outstanding value from the programme investment and ensure delivery of lifetime benefits. Develop and shape strong partnerships with the judiciary to deliver sustainable change; nurture relationships at the highest level across the department and the wider justice system. Developing innovative solutions to complex issues providing expertise, support and advice to both delivery teams and the top tier of the organisation. Drive cultural and behavioural change outside your direct sphere of influence and provide coaching, mentoring and development support to the wider team Developing and maintaining close working relationships with relevant stakeholders from the MoJ, HMT, Cabinet Office, MPA and with other justice system partners. You will be involved in developing the senior team, but should assume line management of an SCS1 digital delivery lead, and SCS1 implementation lead, and activity management an SCS1 cross-jurisdictional components and 3xSCS1 service owners for new services. Essential skills and experience: Excellent leadership skills with the ability to build high performing teams Experience of leading scaled agile delivery and managing the associated commercial supply chain A successful track record of leading the successful delivery of complex change in the public or private sector, preferably with similar scale or reach. Demonstrable experience of programme and project management skills, software development, business change and transformation The ability to think strategically and analyse complex issues and develop innovative, creative solutions and approaches. Excellent influencing and relationship-building skills at all levels, as well as a highly-collaborative, team-player approach. Supplier management and commercial skills which drive excellent results and value for the taxpayer Clear understanding of and familiarity with reporting requirements for major programmes and the interface with a change portfolio function. Strong financial management and budgeting skills. Graduation from the Major Projects Leadership Academy would be an advantage
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