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  • £250 - £270/hour
The Company An established Civil Engineering Contractor, delivering a range of Construction & Infrastructure schemes across the North. The Role My client has secured a number of schemes around the Bury and Northern Manchester / Lancashire areas. As Site Manager / Agent you will be responsible for site-based leadership for all construction and installation operations on-site; promoting health and safety, construction best practice and management of site construction resources in close liaison with the Project Manager. Key Requirements · Proven (5 years+) site management experience of civil engineering projects · Engineering Background · SMSTS · First Aid · Temporary works Coordinator · Be a commutable distance from Northern Manchester / Lancashire areas Roles & Responsibilities · Planning, programming and resourcing. · Contract Budget - preparation and monitoring. · Site Cost Control. · Construction of the works to specified quality standards. · Health & Safety aware · Work with engineers on setting out information and details of technical information · Ability to interpret approved for construction drawings and contract specification documents. · Management of site staff, sub-contractors and operatives. · Liaison with the Project Manager. · Quality Assurance and Quality Control. Rate or salary / package on offer to reflect the level of this role. For more information, please call me on (phone number removed) or apply to the link below
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  • £250 - £300/hour
I am currently working with a client who are conducting multiple Surveys around the London area for upcoming Rail Civils and Construction works. There are a range of positions going but in order for any candidates to be considered they must have; ·Experience with CAT Scans, TTR's, Total Stations and GPS equipment ·Valid PTS ·Conducted Surveys for similar works You will conduct surveys in a variety of survey and mapping activities. The work involves measuring and collecting data on specific areas of land, buildings and features, both natural and man-made. In addition to the fieldwork, you will also be involved processing in office environments. The Surveys will be conducted around various locations in London. Ability to supply own equipment and transport would be preferable but not essential. These are Contract opportunities and Day rates are dependant on experience
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  • £200 - £240/hour
My client is a growing Telecoms Network Provider who are striving to build a nationwide full fibre network in rural areas. They are operating an Ultrafast 1000Mbps* network which is FTTP. With the company less than a decade old they have expanded to several regions across the UK, having started in the South and currently house over 300 employees. (*Speeds up to) They are currently looking for a Supervisor to work on some specialist projects supporting the Delivery Manager. The assistance will be within specialist clear up projects on work done on new build sites and in rural areas. This will include projects on disconnect areas and working on projects to amend any start up issues within the Network. You will be working in Gloucestershire & Hertfordshire. You will need to provide your own vehicle due to company policy but will be paid an appropriate salary to match this. You will be responsible for looking after a number of teams working on the deployment quality of the FTTP Network. You will ensure the appropriate jobs are done by the contractors and internal staff across the SROH, NJUG guidelines. You will be the single point of contact in the area for these projects. Responsibilities: ·Work with stakeholders including local authorities ·Good communication skills ·Health & Safety on site ·Monitor contractors ·Assist in delivery of build programme ·Regular inspections of gangs ·Checking the correct H&S tickets are in date Requirements: ·Deliver projects to schedule ·Management of field staff & contractors (Civil & Fibre) ·Measure progress and ensure teams are working efficiently ·Resolve complex issues on site ·NRSWA Supervisor Ticket ·Lantra (Desirable) ·SSSTS (Desirable) ·Noticing, Permits and Road Closure experience ·Core Testinng and Trial Holes ·Ability to create and follow risk assesments and method statements ·FTTH & FTTx knowledge and understanding of Fibre Networks ·A good background in delivery management ·Network build experience If you have any questions then please call (phone number removed) CWU By applying for this position, you are agreeing for Carrington West to hold and process your personal data in accordance to 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 with to withdraw your consent please contact us
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  • £200 - £240/hour
My client is a growing Telecoms Network Provider who are striving to build a nationwide full fibre network in rural areas. They are operating an Ultrafast 1000Mbps* network which is FTTP. With the company less than a decade old they have expanded to several regions across the UK, having started in the South and currently house over 300 employees. (*Speeds up to) They are currently looking for a Supervisor to work on some specialist projects supporting the Delivery Manager. The assistance will be within specialist clear up projects on work done on new build sites and in rural areas. This will include projects on disconnect areas and working on projects to amend any start up issues within the Network. You will be working in Northamptonshire, Bedfordshire & Buckinghamshire. You will need to provide your own vehicle due to company policy but will be paid an appropriate salary to match this. You will be responsible for looking after a number of teams working on the deployment quality of the FTTP Network. You will ensure the appropriate jobs are done by the contractors and internal staff across the SROH, NJUG guidelines. You will be the single point of contact in the area for these projects. Responsibilities: ·Work with stakeholders including local authorities ·Good communication skills ·Health & Safety on site ·Monitor contractors ·Assist in delivery of build programme ·Regular inspections of gangs ·Checking the correct H&S tickets are in date Requirements: ·Deliver projects to schedule ·Management of field staff & contractors (Civil & Fibre) ·Measure progress and ensure teams are working efficiently ·Resolve complex issues on site ·NRSWA Supervisor Ticket ·Lantra (Desirable) ·SSSTS (Desirable) ·Noticing, Permits and Road Closure experience ·Core Testinng and Trial Holes ·Ability to create and follow risk assesments and method statements ·FTTH & FTTx knowledge and understanding of Fibre Networks ·A good background in delivery management ·Network build experience If you have any questions then please call (phone number removed) CWU By applying for this position, you are agreeing for Carrington West to hold and process your personal data in accordance to 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 with to withdraw your consent please contact us
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Technical Author Contract Length: until May 2020 Location: Corsham Pay Rate to Candidate: £286.28p/d If successful, you will be working for a major Defence organisation as a Technical Author, and have a fantastic opportunity to work with MSPs to produce a Technical Documentation Management Plans. Description: Responsible for the documentation production cycle including analysis of documentation requirements. Attend planning meetings, collaborating with developers and managers to gain technical clarity and liaising with subject matter experts. Understand the technology and applications for which documentation is to be prepared, gather and analyse the information needs of the users and suggest the structure and content of documents in line with the needs of the audience. Manage conflicting requirements, having regard to time constraints and risk factors to ensure delivery of product to agreed deadlines and standards. Provide graphic design capability to produce all necessary visual content. If successful in the role, you will be working towards and contributing to the production of: Technical Documents Technical Document Strategy; Technical Documentation Management Plan; A knowledge repository cognisant of Protective Markings; Implementation of a document control process aligned with QMS processes and subject to auditing and compliance checks; Contribute to a Publications Database; Contribute to the maintenance of a master database of all Data Modules; Ensure Intellectual Property Rights on the Authority's technical design and build are managed, protected and preserved; Please submit your CV now to be considered for this position as there is a deadline on the role. Jordan Hyde is the consultant managing this assignment and can be contacted on (phone number removed) if you have you any queries. Ref: (phone number removed) Advantage Resourcing is a service driven recruitment consultancy
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  • £200 - £220/hour
EHC Plan Co-ordinator | EHC plan writers | SEN Officer As an EHC Plan Co-ordinator, you will be required to work in conjunction with the other professionals to assist in completing Education, health and case plans. As part of this progress, you will be requested to meet with schools and families. The right candidate will play a key part in helping determine the best way in moving forward to meet the needs of children with SEN/ Special educational needs. You will be required to work in conjunction with the other professionals to assistance in converting Education, health and case plans. AS part of this progress you will be requested to meet with schools and families. The right candidate will play a key part in helping determine the best way in moving forward to meet the needs of children with SEN/ Special educational needs. The successful candidate will have: * Knowledge of current SEND legislation. * Liaising with multidisciplinary agencies, parents and carers. * Facilitate person-centered EHCP meetings with families/carers and professionals across education, health, and social care In order to be considered for this role, you must have the working knowledge of the SEND Code of Practice and legislation within SEN provisions. How to Apply If you are interested in this opportunity please contact Panoramic Associates, Lola Balogun for a confidential conversation on (phone number removed)
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An excellent opportunity has arisen to join a leading modular contractor who work nationwide and currently have numerous requirements across the North West for Site Managers. They role is working on a new build school in Bolton and will be at least 6 months in duration, you will take the project from site set up, groundworks, installation through to fit out and handover of the building - after which you will be responsible for the demoltion of the existing building - reporting into a visiting Project Manager. As the Site Manager you will be : * Number 1 on site running the project daily * Overseeing Sub-Contractor * Working on design and programming the project They ideal candidate will: * Someone with extensive experience of Modular build construction * Has strong experience of working for Main Contractors and managing projects from set up to completion. * You will hold CITB SMSTS, First Aid, CSCS qualifications as a minimum. Anderselite Ltd operates as both an Employment Agency and Employment Business. Our non-discrimination policy can be viewed on our website at (url removed)/non-discrimination-policy
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  • £250 - £300/hour
What we need Our client are a successful Highways Contractor who manage a variety of contracts nationwide. We are currently assisting them to find an experienced Site Supervisor to work on a variety of their Soft Estate/Landscaping - Highway sites. What you will do Plan, programme and Deliver projects to client’s requirements Supervise construction and site practises to agreed timescales and budgets Negotiate contractual issues and claims from contractors Interpretation of design and implementation - Make modifications to suit site conditions Carry out consultation and liaison with council staff, councillors and contractors on scheme proposals Compile and keep records on all contract-related matters, e.g Days worked, Claim information, As-build drawings, Developed Health & Safety files. What you will need to succeed Several years extensive knowledge and experience in Highways Supervision Some experience of supervising Arb/Landscaping/Soft estate programmes Ability to carry out large projects with limited supervision Driving licence and own Vehicle which is Chapter 8 compliant. Working conditions Role will require work outdoors Attend Site visits in Hazardous conditions Work will mainly be at night. What you will get in return Working for a fantastic company you will be joining a successful Highway Contractor where you will be paid up to £300.00 per shift. 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 & Parking professionals keen to make their introductions for future months or years. Our specialist team has a combined 60+ years’ experience in this market. Please call Matt at Carrington West on (phone number removed) for more information. CWHTT
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A Mechanical Project Engineer is urgently needed for a 1-2 month freelance contract on the circle square development in Manchester. HNC, Valid SMSTS / SSSTS essential. To discuss further, please get in touch
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NRL currently have a requirement for an Assistant Planner to work under supervision of the Planning Manager, to be responsible for implementing the requirements of the tender and/or project planning procedures, ensuring compliance with the business management system. Dimensions Financial: Exposure to small/task type projects with a financial value in the region of £50k to £1M Interfaces Internal: Across all teams External: Client, Local Authorities, Highway Authorities, Sub-Contractors, Supply Chain Accountabilities - A willingness to learn and be part of a team. - Operational experience (i.e. site engineer/site agent) plus some experience of planning services in small to medium sized projects within the construction and engineering industry. - Develop skills in the use of planning techniques and the required planning toolsets - Develop an understanding of various forms of tender documents, contract documents and specifications. - Develop and understanding of various methods of planning, programming and progress monitoring. - Develop an understanding of risk and opportunity management with particular reference to planning/programming. - Develop and understanding of the events that initiate, and of the methods used to demonstrate, delay or change entitlement. - Develop an understanding of the construction market, methods of construction, plant, equipment and labour requirements. Responsibilities               - Ensuring that the Contract Programme is produced, managed and maintained in accordance with the planning procedures. - The overall planning strategy and the timing & sequence of the Contract Programme activities - The issue and communication of the Contract Programme to the Project Lead for onward issue to Client and Project Team. - Ensuring that all other project planning and programming necessary for the execution of the contract is properly undertaken. - Set up appropriate lean visual programme to assist the Project Team to timely deliver projects and improve productivity, performance and safety of projects. - Ensuring all reporting requirements are accurately captured.   Training and Qualifications Essential: - Degree or equivalent qualification in an engineering/construction related discipline  - Experienced user of Primavera P6 & Microsoft Project  Desirable: - APMP preferable  - Knowledge of New Roads and Street Works Act (NRWSA) preferable.  Knowledge and Experience - Experience of planning services in small to medium sized projects within the construction industry. - Proficiency in the use of planning techniques and the required planning toolsets. - An understanding of various methods of planning, programming and progress monitoring. - An understanding of ICC form of contract. - An understanding of risk and opportunity management with particular reference to planning programming. - An understanding of the events that initiate, and of the methods used to demonstrate, delay or change & compensation event entitlement. - An understanding of the construction market, methods of construction, plant, equipment and labour requirements. Skills - Strong communication skills, including writing reports & presenting.  - Proficient in all aspects of Microsoft Office
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