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  • £225 - £250/hour
SSOW Planner - Contract (4 months). Kent. £225.00 - £250.00 per day. Hours: 15.00-23.30 Monday to Friday My client is a leading global integrator of communications and security solutions for businesses, industries and governments - they work with clients within Integrated Telecoms, Telecoms & Transport, Pipeline Integrity Systems and Critical Infrastructure. Due to an ongoing project my client is looking for an experienced SSOW (Safe System of Work) for a 4 month project based in Kent. Roles duties & Requirements: Must have experience of SSoW planning for line blocks and be able to use On-track system to produce SSoW packs. Be responsible for taking full ownership of line blocks including: Liaising with NR to arrange the line blocks where required arranging the SWL/COSS for line blocks liaising with the Construction Manager and Site Managers to ensure the SWL/COSS is available Sending/taking the SSoW pack to the SWL/COSS for review, comment and acceptance and then ensuring the documentation is all recorded and signed as necessary. Ensuring all signal keys etc. are available Ensure all safety documentation (TBS, WPP, CPP, POWRA etc.) is in place and in date with the site teams. Ensure all safety and start of shift sign on documentation is recorded sent back to the office on a daily basis. Aid the Site Managers with determining the best way to set up the site works safely. Identify any additional risks and advise on strategy for mitigation. Conduct spot checks on site safety, produce reports and record on company system. Attend, investigate and record any incidents and accidents. General day to day management of our Health & Safety for the Project. Liaise and communicate with all stakeholders regularly. Based in Kent. Basic hours will be: 15:00 23:30. If you are interested in this contract opportunity, and are quickly available - please contact Lee McCormack directly on: (phone number removed) or email a copy of your CV to
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Setting out Engineer To start 25th February 2019 £300 - £350 per day Ferrybridge We are currently working with a contractor that are carrying out a large scale project at Ferrybridge Power Station. Suitable applicants must be fully experienced and hold a valid BESC/ Person certification. As the Setting out Engineer your duties will include: • Oversee some of the document control aspects • Quality checks • Knowledge of site calibration checks • Resolve any unexpected technical difficulties and other problems that may arise You must have: • BESC/ Person • 5 Years relevant experience • Degree quailication in Setting out Engineering Standard Hours: Monday to Friday 07:00 – 18:00 Contact Jim Hudson, Fusion People, Fareham Office – (phone number removed) --- Fusion People are committed to promoting equal opportunities to people regardless of age, gender, religion, belief, race, sexuality or disability. We operate as an employment agency and employment business. You'll find a wide selection of vacancies on our website
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  • £281 - £282/hour
This role leads and manages the delivery of the International Architecture and Art exhibitions at the British Pavilion at the Venice Biennale each year. The role is also responsible for the delivery of all programmes associated with Venice including the Venice Fellowships Programme, and all ongoing maintenance and building works at the British Pavilion in Venice. The Senior Project Manager Venice works closely with the Commissioners of the Pavilion and the Director Exhibitions on the development of the overall Venice strategy and is responsible for the implementation of the strategy through the Venice project team. They take the lead on liaising with key partners and stakeholders, managing relationships internally and with key external UK and international partners and stakeholders. The Senior Project Manager is responsible for reporting to Senior Management and the Venice Steering Group regarding project progress, risk management and mitigation, highlighting issues and suggesting solutions to ensure that the project is delivered to the highest possible standard within budget and to schedule. The Senior Project Manager Venice is responsible for the management of the Venice Project team, setting tasks and deliverables, ensuring that these are met within agreed schedule and budget through the creation and management of a critical path for both projects. They are also responsible for managing information, contacts data, finance, contracts, evaluation and human resources including temporary staff and consultants. The Senior Project Manager Venice line manages the Venice Fellowships Programme Manager. Disclaimer: By applying for this role, you give consent for your information to be forwarded to our Client(s) and information of which may be retained within our databases
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  • £250 - £300/hour
NIGHTWORK What we need: Our client, a leading highways professional services provider, are currently recruiting for a Highways Site Supervisor for a short-term contract position in Hampshire. What the job is for: As the successful candidate, you will work on a large road network, working on a variety of highway site related activities. Key responsibilities: -Supervision of maintenance and scheme works being undertaken on the highway network (including surfacing, structures schemes, drainage improvements and road marking) -Ensuring all works are carried out to a defined standard and that health & safety requirements are met -Checking and signing off method statements and risk assessments -Undertaking site inspections and audits -Organising of traffic management -Undertaking of site inductions -Management of contractors on site What you will need to succeed: Given the nature of the work, candidates must have highways experience ·Possession of a HGV or LGV License is desirable ·Ability to demonstrate experience Highway maintenance supervision on live roads ·Good report reading and writing skills What you will get in return: Working at a fantastic location this will be an exciting opportunity for the right candidate to join an already strong Highways Maintenance team. What you need to do now: If you are interested in this role and fit the criteria above, please send us your application today. 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 70+ years’ experience in this market. Please call Matt at Carrington West on (phone number removed) for more information. CWHTT
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  • £270/hour
Technical Author (rail) needed for a contract position in Birmingham Rate: £270 per day (outside of IR35) Contract length: 6 months Start date: 25th Feb My client is looking for a technical author to join their signalling team. ·The role will involve supporting the software development team by producing documentation to support the software assurance process. ·For example, technical authors write requirements documentation, interface control documents and user manuals. ·Technical authors will specify the methodological and technological details of a project in documents, that is designed to allow the reader to understand a subject or use a piece of software. A common task is capturing the requirements for a piece of software, from which a developer can produce the code
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  • £300 - £400/hour Up to £400 per day - DoE
Health & Safety Specialist – MUST HAVE HAZARDOUS CHEMICALS EXPERIENCE LOCATION - LIVINGSTON DURATION – 12-months   Day Rate up to £400 per Day - DoE   Based in Livingston ESS's client is a well-known and high successful life sciences and medical device business part of a global multinational.  From their GMP design and manufacturing site in Livingston, the company supports medical and life science products in a range of markets including; orthopaedics, aesthetic dermatology and ophthalmology.  An exceptional opportunity has arisen for a Production Operator to join a successful and well-established team.   At present they require and HSE Specialist, reporting into the Head of Engineering, for a 12-month contract to be based on their site in Livingston   As HSE Specialist it will be your responsibility to improve the culture surrounding risk assessment and management within the business while supporting quality and regulatory compliance. This will ensure ALL operations are making the changes necessary in preparation for FDA Approval within the required time-frame.  Key aspects of the role * Provide a compliant, yet pragmatic solution to the renewal of COSSH and Risk Assessments site wide. Ensuring they are completed, implemented and trained to relevant parties * Contribute to risk assessments for all relevant change projects * Drive Health and safety compliance with local and EU legislation * Assess, against the current site risk assessment where areas for improvement and provide a plan, including cost and timescales to implement improvements * Drive a health and safety culture by reinforcing and conducting regular audits on processes, supplies and employee behaviour.    Applicant requirements *NEBOSH Certificate with preference given to candidates holding a NEBOSH National Diploma or equivalent qualification * The candidate will be able to demonstrate an in-depth understanding of essential Health and Safety legislation * Prior knowledge and experience of chemical handling within a manufacturing and laboratory setting * Experience of Health and safety within a manufacturing environment and Health and safety contractor management. In addition, you will have a thorough working knowledge and understanding of COSHH and HAZZOPS and will come from either a pharmaceutical, medical devices, biotechenical, chemical processing or petrochemical background.   Furthermore, any exposure or support of practices towards ISO 18001 / 36001 as well as any experience of working with SEPA or Health and Safety Executive would be considered highly desirable. This is a superb opportunity to join a highly successful, stable and fast-growing business.  Excellent long-term career opportunities are on offer for the right candidate, along with a £Competitive hourly rate.   To apply for this role please send your CV to our recruitment partner Sara Zorriasatein at ESS Recruit
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  • £2500/day £2500 per install, 5 installs week
Position: Air Source Heat Pump Installation teams Contract: Ltd contractor’s welcome, Established Heating Engineering companies welcome. Targeted installs: 4 – 6 installs per week Price per install: £2500.00 per signed off install Estimated earnings: £10,000 - £15,000 per week Team requirements: Work effectively within an installation team that will include at least 2 heating engineers and an electrician. Catchment area: AS&T’s client work and recruit on a national basis however the geographic catchment area for this contract is Powys, Mid Wales AS&T Ltd have been instructed to recruit experienced & qualified Air Source Heat Pump Installation teams. Qualifications required for this role: * 17th (18th) additional in Electrical. * NVQ Level 2 plumbing or H&V (domestic) or equivalent. * BPEC Domestic Heat Pump Installation qualification. * A certificate of competence for the installation of unvented hot water systems. WRAS approved Water Regulations qualification. * Working at heights The Air Source Heat Pump installers will be required to carry out: * New system installations * Laying a base for the heat pump & siting the external unit. * Install new HW cylinder and associated pipework & fittings. * Fit new radiators throughout property and the new pipework that connects these to the heat pump and cylinder. * Tested and commission all installs. * The position requires the chosen Installation teams to deliver successful installations in a timely fashion. * Installation must keep within budget parameters * Compliance with all statutory and designated standards for safety & quality. * Domestic Heat Pump Installation Qualifications. * Relevant experience as a Heat Pump installer. * Previous experience to be able to manage and organise installs. * Working to timescale and budgets. * Able to interpret technical surveys. * Knowledge of Health and Safety regulations. * Working at heights. * Working in confined spaces. * Customer service skill. * Excellent communication skills * Flexible working hours to ensure all installs are completed * Ability to complete all paper work without fail * Liaising with office staff and surveyors to ensure adequate resource and materials are in place for successful installations. * Maintain a flexible team orientated approach to tasks and responsibilities to make a significant contribution within a small team delivering installs. All of the above must be done in a professional manner to ensure that the home is left in suitable condition following the installation Terms of Employment: Ltd contact only 10-day payment terms To apply for this vacancy please call Paul Guy on (phone number removed)
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  • £250 - £350/hour
Traffic Team Leader As the Traffic Team Leader you role will be to lead, manage and be accountable for a team of technical, professional and administrative staff engaged in undertaking all initial investigations in relation to Parking, traffic and road safety and transport related projects and Traffic Regulation Orders. To ensure that the Council complies with its statutory duties in this regard and design and construction are of the highest quality enabling value for money, efficiencies and achieving a leading edge; provide expert professional/technical advice, guidance and up-to-date information in line with council policies and strategies. Main Responsibilities: ·To be responsible for the delivery of a range of services within the team to ensure that all aspects of operational delivery provide a customer-focused, accessible and cost-efficient service. ·To support the Group Manager in ensuring that the delivery of services and the application of policy are delivered in a holistic and consistent way. ·To manage the programmes of work, project plans and consultants as needed to maximise cost effectiveness, value for money and customer satisfaction. ·Ensure that the implementation plans, policies and priorities are driven by the needs and aspirations of the public, by full and effective engagement with local residents, businesses and other users on activities which affect them. ·To ensure that service customer response targets are continuously met and improved upon. ·Act as principal point of contact for initial Member enquiries relating to customer care and satisfaction. Co-ordinate responses to complaints. ·Liaise with Development Control & Planning Officers to ensure local issues and concerns are included in the formal highway/traffic comments on planning applications. Liaise with other staff to ensure service input within Section 38 and Section 278 agreements under the Highways Act 1980. ·Manage allocated budgets to ensure sound management of capital assets, finances and human resources consistent with the objectives set out in the Local Transportation Plan, Southend Transport Asset Management Plan, Corporate Plan, Service Plan and Group Plan are achieved. ·Work continually with stakeholders to contribute in the development and implementation of the service management strategies, policies and plans. ·Direct responsibility of a share of £1.0m LTP & other capital and around revenue budget of £500k and indirect role in the development of capital programmes, LTP and the Council for improvements to service. ·The responsibilities for the revenue budgets and associated service delivery lie with the postholder Person Specification: ·First degree or equivalent in civil engineering or related area or 5 years relevant experience at management level. ·A good working knowledge of the range of relevant, principles, practices, and procedures relating to service area, procurement and operational management. Candidates must be eligible to live and work in the UK. Please select ‘Apply Now’ to submit an application. 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 wish to withdraw your consent please contact us. CWHTT
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  • £251 - £252/hour
Offshore Material Coordinator Required!! Mane Contract Services are currently recruiting for an Offshore Material Coordinator to work for a dynamic, world leading offshore project working on the Borwin 2 Project. Responsibilities Coordinating physical receipt of equipment on HVDC platform Checking all equipment with regards to documentation, damage, quantity, description, dangerous goods, custom status and certification • Filling in various reports e.g. deviation reports (NCR), dangerous goods reports, KPI reports, • Loading and offloading of containers, baskets, tanks and loose units in cooperation with Deck Team • Securing/strapping of equipment prior to shipment in cooperation with Deck Team • Safety checks on containers, baskets, tanks and loose units • Preservation of equipment • Management of stock items • Updating stock list • Housekeeping of warehouse and outside areas • Preparing manifests in cooperation with Nautical Offshore Manager • Authorised to take decisions which are necessary for carrying out the tasks and obligations imposed by above description and other duties as required by Offshore Installation Manager Required Certs: • Able to use Office software (Excel, Word) • Experience in the Offshore Wind Sector or equivalent • Willing to work in 14 days shift rotation • BOSIET or GWO Sea Survival & HUET incl. CA-EBS • Offshore Medical Certificate incl. Chester step and spirometry test • Working at heights training (not older than one year) • First Aid incl. AED training • Dangerous goods awareness by air and sea (or equivalent standard, IMDG) For a full job description or to talk about the role further, please call the Mane Energy Team via the Mane website. Alternatively, click “apply” to submit a CV and a member of the team will call you back
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  • £300 - £360/hour
Software Verifier needed to join rail signalling team on a contract basis in Birmingham Start Date: 18th Feb Contract Length: 6 months Rate: £320 - £260 per day (outside of IR35) My client is a leading design consultancy and they are looking for a software verifier to join their signalling department Requirements: • Extensive experience in a software development role • Software development life-cycle processes, eg “V model”, agile methods • Producing documentation to support software development • Good working knowledge of: o Object orientated design o Gathering and analysing requirements o Simulink / Stateflow modelling o Configuration management tools, eg SVN, Git, PVCS o MIL, SIL and HIL testing o Programming languages: C#, Python, C, C+ • Improving software processes • Integrating COTS hardware and software • Enhancing tool functionality using APIs and scripting languages Preferred experience: • Delivery of SIL compliant software • Development of software and / or systems for the railway industry • Knowledge of EN50128 (advantageous) • Working towards or already attained a recognised professional accreditation, eg CEng or similar • Good working knowledge of DOORS, SVN, Enterprise Architect • SCADA and / or PLC based systems • Matlab or VBA testing desirable • LabView and or C# (advantageous) Qualifications: • Good first degree in a relevant computing or engineering discipline • A higher degree (MSc or PhD) is advantageous
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