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Utility / Civil Gangs Required We are currently looking for; Supervisors & Gangers - £200-£220 per day ( You must hold a valid street works ticket) Ground workers who hold machine tickets - £150 per day 10-hour days 5+ Years work ! Starting in March! Training will be provided. Duties Include; * Some aspects of repair and reinstatement, for example making a drain or pipes functional. * Have experience using tools such as - jack hammers, wacker plates, small diggers, steel/rotary saws * Carry out new install of chambers, duct, cabinets, and other required equipment * Must log all information/photographic evidence on given company equipment whilst clearing blockages and ensuring it is up to industry standard * Previous experience carrying out risk assessments and be able to identity potential risks/hazards and know how to resolve such situations (Excavations, repairs, drainage, electrical and water pipes) * Be able to comply to all health and safety requirements and responsibilities * Adhere to and complete paperwork required daily This is a great opportunity for long term and consistent work not to be missed. Please note you must hold a valid driving license with no more than 9 points for insurance reasons. Please contact us for further information
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Condition Surveyors Long term program of works 1st Select are currently seeking x 2 Stock Condition Surveyors to carry out surveys on social housing properties in Manchester. We are working in partnership with a large multi-disciplinary building consultancy who are based in the North. This project is to survey several thousand homes delivering a large programme of condition and HHSRS on social housing units, capturing information & utilising asset management software on an ipad/ tablet You must have experience of conducting housing stock condition surveys Please click on the link to send your up to date CV to Jamie Lee
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Condition Surveyors Long term program of works 1st Select are currently seeking x 8 Stock Condition Surveyors to carry out surveys on social housing properties in Cambridge. We are working in partnership with a large multi-disciplinary building consultancy in the UK. This project is to survey several thousand homes delivering a large programme of condition, HHSRS & RDSAP on social housing units, capturing information & utilising asset management software on an ipad/ tablet You must have experience of conducting housing stock condition surveys and RDSAP Please click on the link to send your up to date CV to Jamie Lee
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Works Manager   Are you an experienced Works Manager?  am recruiting for a Works Manager to join a client in Suffolk.   The Works Manager will join a busy Operations department, responsible for the project management and delivery of specific schemes/projects emanating from the client's capital works programme.   The type of schemes will include drainage, structures, road surface treatment, footway improvements, gully cleansing, grass cutting, weed treatment and minor works. You will also be responsible and accountable for project managing schemes to ensure tasks relating to delivering design and construction quality, timeliness, risk and commercial are completed in accordance with processes and procedures.   What is required for the role:   - New Roads Street Works Act (NRSWA) accreditation - Health and Safety qualification, preferably IOSH or Site Management Safety Training Scheme (SMSTS) or demonstrable equivalent training or qualification. - Project Management qualification e.g. Prince 2, MAPM. Or demonstrable experience in a relevant role. - A minimum HNC/HND qualification in related relevant discipline (relevant to engineering or programme / project management) or equivalent demonstrable experience related to project management and delivery. For a full description and further information on the role, please call Jason Kohle at Carrington West on (phone number removed).    FOOTNOTE:  If you feel that you are right for this role technically, but the rate, location or seniority does not suit you specifically then please still feel free to send us your CV. We constantly recruit for roles very similar to this one at all levels UK Wide. We are always keen to chat with you discreetly about your employment situation.    Even if you are happy in your current role for now, we always welcome calls from Highways, Traffic & Transportation professionals keen to make their introductions for future months or years. Our specialist team has a combined 40+ years' experience in this market. Please call Jason at Carrington West on (phone number removed) for more information.     By applying for this position you are agreeing for Carrington West to hold and process your personal data in accordance with our Data Protection Policy. Your data will be shared with third party clients specifically relevant to any roles you have applied for. If at any stage you wish to withdraw your consent please email
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What you’ll be doing If you’re enthusiastic about enabling older people to stay independent, and have experience of day-to-day management of buildings and schemes, join us as a Scheme Manager in our outstanding rated Independent Living Service. You’ll be supporting residents to maintain their tenancies including assisting with low level anti-social behaviour problems, queries about repairs and rent and helping new tenants settle in. You’ll support social activities for residents, deliver support plans and work with other professionals to ensure older residents remain independent. You’ll also manage all the health & safety compliance within the scheme, including building security and fire checks and inspections of communal areas, so that residents are secure and safe. What you’ll need You’ll have excellent knowledge of care and support services, including relevant legislation and good practice. You may have worked in supporting housing or housing related support services and be able to evidence your knowledge through this experience. You’ll be a great communicator, and able to form relationships with a wide range of people, from residents to other agencies in order to generate effective solutions to problems. You’ll put residents at the heart of what you do, and be focused on delivering excellent service with a ‘can do approach’. You’ll also have excellent time management skills. In this fast paced, varied role you’ll be able to effectively prioritise and manage your time, including being able to regularly travel between sites. You’ll need a full driving license and access to your own vehicle, and we’ll ensure you’ve a lone working device as well as tools you’ll need to work within our safe operating procedures in response to Covid-19. Closing date for applications: Sunday 28th March 2021 at midnight Shortlisting will take place on Tuesday 30th March 2021 Interviews will take place via Microsoft Teams video link on Wednesday 7th & Thursday 8th April 2021
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What you’ll be doing If you’re enthusiastic about enabling older people to stay independent, and have experience of day-to-day management of buildings and schemes, join us as a Scheme Manager in our outstanding rated Independent Living Service. You’ll be supporting residents to maintain their tenancies including assisting with low level anti-social behaviour problems, queries about repairs and rent and helping new tenants settle in. You’ll support social activities for residents, deliver support plans and work with other professionals to ensure older residents remain independent. You’ll also manage all the health & safety compliance within the scheme, including building security and fire checks and inspections of communal areas, so that residents are secure and safe. What you’ll need You’ll have excellent knowledge of care and support services, including relevant legislation and good practice. You may have worked in supporting housing or housing related support services and be able to evidence your knowledge through this experience. You’ll be a great communicator, and able to form relationships with a wide range of people, from residents to other agencies in order to generate effective solutions to problems. You’ll put residents at the heart of what you do, and be focused on delivering excellent service with a ‘can do approach’. You’ll also have excellent time management skills. In this fast paced, varied role you’ll be able to effectively prioritise and manage your time, including being able to regularly travel between sites. You’ll need a full driving license and access to your own vehicle, and we’ll ensure you’ve a lone working device as well as tools you’ll need to work within our safe operating procedures in response to Covid-19. Closing date for applications: Sunday 28th March 2021 at midnight Shortlisting will take place on Tuesday 30th March 2021 Interviews will take place via Microsoft Teams video link on Wednesday 7th & Thursday 8th March 2021
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Contract React.JS Developer - Outside IR35 - Remote I am actively searching for a contract React.JS Developer to join a client of mine as soon as possible. You will be working on reskinning two existing application with React.JS, HTML and CSS as the only mandatory tech stack. The role is outside of IR35, fully remote and a 20-week contract. If you are interested, please send over a CV with your expected day rate and I will organise a call with you to discuss further details
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Works Manager   Are you an experienced Works Manager?  am recruiting for a Works Manager to join a client in Suffolk.   The Works Manager will join a busy Operations department, responsible for the project management and delivery of specific schemes/projects emanating from the client's capital works programme.   The type of schemes will include drainage, structures, road surface treatment, footway improvements, gully cleansing, grass cutting, weed treatment and minor works. You will also be responsible and accountable for project managing schemes to ensure tasks relating to delivering design and construction quality, timeliness, risk and commercial are completed in accordance with processes and procedures.   What is required for the role:   - New Roads Street Works Act (NRSWA) accreditation - Health and Safety qualification, preferably IOSH or Site Management Safety Training Scheme (SMSTS) or demonstrable equivalent training or qualification. - Project Management qualification e.g. Prince 2, MAPM. Or demonstrable experience in a relevant role. - A minimum HNC/HND qualification in related relevant discipline (relevant to engineering or programme / project management) or equivalent demonstrable experience related to project management and delivery. For a full description and further information on the role, please call Jason Kohle at Carrington West on (phone number removed).    FOOTNOTE:  If you feel that you are right for this role technically, but the rate, location or seniority does not suit you specifically then please still feel free to send us your CV. We constantly recruit for roles very similar to this one at all levels UK Wide. We are always keen to chat with you discreetly about your employment situation.    Even if you are happy in your current role for now, we always welcome calls from Highways, Traffic & Transportation professionals keen to make their introductions for future months or years. Our specialist team has a combined 40+ years' experience in this market. Please call Jason at Carrington West on (phone number removed) for more information.     By applying for this position you are agreeing for Carrington West to hold and process your personal data in accordance with our Data Protection Policy. Your data will be shared with third party clients specifically relevant to any roles you have applied for. If at any stage you wish to withdraw your consent please email
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  • £12.50 - £500/hour
HGV1/Class 1 drivers required for a variety of clients in and around Peterborough. All kinds of shifts and work available to suit the driver. NEW PASSES WELCOME. Ongoing work, good companies to work for and an agency that respects your skills and are here to help. Skills Required HGV 1/Class 1 CPC Digicard Keywords HGV Class 1
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What you'll do This role is a Fixed Term contract for 12 months. If you’re an enthusiastic customer service driven individual and would like to develop your career within the finance field, come and join Optivo as a Finance Trainee. You’ll be providing help and support to the Management Reporting Team in the delivery of management accounts, reports, forecasts and budgets. This is a unique opportunity to develop a wide range of skills and gain experience within a busy finance team. Your main responsibility will be to assist the Service Charge Management Accountant with complex journal preparation, large data analysis and reconciliation tasks. You’ll have excellent attention to detail and be solution focussed. Your duties will include reconciling balance sheet control accounts, preparing and posting journals, compiling audit samples and assisting the management reporting team with ad-hoc tasks. You’ll be communicating with other teams in Optivo and have the chance to build relationships across the business and gain knowledge in all areas of the finance department. What you'll need You’ll ideally be AAT qualified or part qualified and have a GCSE in Maths grade A-C. Along with knowledge of Excel and a willingness to develop these skills towards intermediate level. You’ll have a good understanding of double entry book keeping. This role requires the successful candidate to have an analytical approach, with strong organisational skills and the ability to prioritise workload. You’ll be a great communicator, and able to form relationships with a wide range of people, you’ll be focused on delivering excellent service with a ‘can do approach’ Closing date for applications: Thursday 8th April 2021 at midnight Shortlisting will conclude on Wednesday 14th April 2021 Interviews will be conducted via Microsoft Teams video link on Friday 23 April 2021 and Monday 26th April 2021 Please complete the application questions in full as Hiring Managers will not see your CV upon application. Diversity & Inclusion At Optivo we work hard to create a diverse and inclusive culture and environment where people are respected for who they are. Encouraging inclusion is not just about protected characteristics, it’s about celebrating differences of thought, opinion, experience and perspective of each individual. We’re all different in our own way and we want our colleagues to feel comfortable, that they belong, and are safe to be themselves at work, without fear of being judged or excluded, but valued for their contribution to our One Team approach
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