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An exciting opportunity has arisen for a Handyperson to join a educational establishment based in South West London. This will be on a 3 month contract. Duties include general maintenance duties around the campus and communal areas. • Changing taps • Changing door handles • Changing lights • PPM and reactive maintenance
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Doctor/ GP £80 - £100ph Northampton & East Leicestershire Hays Healthcare are actively recruiting General Practitioners (GP) who would like to gain invaluable experience in placements within Face to Face Assessment environment; A&E, Home Visiting Service, Out of Hours and Walk in Centre. Essential experience includes; independent assessments, general diagnosis, clinical decision making and treatment planning. Successful candidates must be able to be decisive and confident whilst maintaining an enhanced level of service delivery. Other duties include; * Referring patients for further treatment when necessary. * Exercise exemplary personal and professional autonomy when demonstrating advanced clinical practice, including clinical interventions. * Utilising previous independent and supplementary prescribing skills to benefit the care of your patients. * Ensure accurate, up to date and clear records during patient consultations. * Quickly Identify issues that may negatively impact service delivery and report these to the Clinical Support Manager. * Support new members of the team by participating in supervision and mentorship. Essential criteria: * A valid GMC registration * A valid CCT and be on the GP Performers List * Significant post registration experience managing acute and chronic presentations for a variety of patient groups * An up to date and comprehensive understanding of modern primary care and its delivery out of hours Desirable; * ATLS/ACLS * Experience of Medical, Surgical, A&E, Mental Health and Paediatric care * Experience working for OOH services and performing telephone assessments What you will get in return: * Flexible and ongoing work arrangements * Negotiable pay rates * A choice of several call centre sites across the North East * An opportunity to widely broaden your clinical experience What you need to do now If you're interested in this role, click 'apply now' to forward an up-to-date copy of your CV, or call us now. If this job isn't quite right for you but you are looking for a new position, please contact us for a confidential discussion on your career. Hays Specialist Recruitment Limited acts as an employment agency for permanent recruitment and employment business for the supply of temporary workers. By applying for this job you accept the T&C's, Privacy Policy and Disclaimers which can be found at (url removed)
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Job Title: M&E Estimator (Freelance) Sector: Construction Location: Leicestershire Start Date: ASAP Duration: Ongoing Rate: £Negotiable The Role Our client operate from their Leicestershire based office offering full turnkey solutions to the commercial & industrial sectors, incorporating new build & refurbishment works. As a Mechanical & electrical Estimator you will be responsible for gathering proposals and obtaining specifications for scope of works then pricing labour, material & time requirements accordingly. We are specifically seeking someone who has strong M&E experience and either with a dedicated M&E contractor, or someone who has shown a bias towards this with a construction main contractor. For more information please contact Ross Buchanan on (phone number removed), or email your CV using the link provided
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General Practitioner (GP) £80 - £100ph Northampton Hays Healthcare are actively recruiting General Practitioners (GP) who would like to gain invaluable experience in placements within Face to Face Assessment environment; A&E, Home Visiting Service, Out of Hours and Walk in Centre. Essential experience includes; independent assessments, general diagnosis, clinical decision making and treatment planning. Successful candidates must be able to be decisive and confident whilst maintaining an enhanced level of service delivery. Other duties include; • Referring patients for further treatment when necessary. • Exercise exemplary personal and professional autonomy when demonstrating advanced clinical practice, including clinical interventions. • Utilising previous independent and supplementary prescribing skills to benefit the care of your patients. • Ensure accurate, up to date and clear records during patient consultations. • Quickly Identify issues that may negatively impact service delivery and report these to the Clinical Support Manager. • Support new members of the team by participating in supervision and mentorship. Essential criteria: • A valid GMC registration • A valid CCT and be on the GP Performers List • Significant post registration experience managing acute and chronic presentations for a variety of patient groups • An up to date and comprehensive understanding of modern primary care and its delivery out of hours Desirable; • ATLS/ACLS • Experience of Medical, Surgical, A&E, Mental Health and Paediatric care • Experience working for OOH services and performing telephone assessments What you will get in return: • Flexible and ongoing work arrangements • Negotiable pay rates • A choice of several call centre sites across the North East • An opportunity to widely broaden your clinical experience What you need to do now If you're interested in this role, click 'apply now' to forward an up-to-date copy of your CV, or call us now. If this job isn't quite right for you but you are looking for a new position, please contact us for a confidential discussion on your career. Hays Specialist Recruitment Limited acts as an employment agency for permanent recruitment and employment business for the supply of temporary workers. By applying for this job you accept the T&C's, Privacy Policy and Disclaimers which can be found at (url removed)
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  • £100 - £160/hour Negotiable
Acting as a work-finding service, we provide supply cover to a range of Primary, Secondary and SEND Schools; from small village schools to large secondary schools. We are looking for Supply Teaching Assistants / Behaviour Support / Support Staff to cover all classes from Reception through to KS5 and who are passionate about education. Prospero Teaching are currently seeking experienced, dynamic and flexible School teaching assistants in Wakefield and the surrounding areas who are interested in working in a variety of client schools on a day to day supply TA basis. At Prospero Teaching we are looking for supply teaching assistants who are located in Wakefield and want daily supply work in that area. Due to the growing demand of our Prospero clients, we are looking to recruit a number of reliable supply SEN Teaching Assistants (primary teachers, secondary teachers & SEN teacher) with good behaviour management who are available for daily / short term supply or long-term absences. We will work around your schedule and preferences, so whether you are seeking a day's work here and there, or something more regular and consistent we will do our very best to help you as a teacher. CONTRACT/POSITION DETAILS: Location – Leeds Position – Supply Teaching Assistant / SEN Support Supply Type of work – Supply Teaching Assistant - day to day and long-term cover in various schools Start date – As soon as possible Duration / Likely Duration – Day to day bookings, with the potential for extension depending on schools End date (if applicable) – N/A Contract type - Temporary Full time/part time – Part time and full time depending on schools/supply teacher needs Minimum rate of pay – Minimum rate £65 per day Hours – 8:30 am – 3:30pm (full day) EXPERIENCE, TRAINING AND QUALIFICATIONS NVQ Level 3 in childcare or equivalent Previous experience working in a UK school TO BE ELIGIBLE FOR THIS ROLE THROUGH PROSPERO TEACHING, YOU MUST: Hold Right to Work in the UK Hold an enhanced child barred list DBS certificate registered with the online update service or be willing to process a new application Provide two professional related references OTHER: If you would like to be considered for this role, please apply with a copy of your up to date CV. Unfortunately, only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. Prospero Teaching is acting as an employment business/education recruitment agency in relation to this vacancy. The successful candidate will be required to register with Prospero Teaching in order to fill this vacancy. Prospero Teaching is able to offer the successful candidate: Free, accredited continued professional development courses including safeguarding and behaviour management In-house Training and Development Team
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  • £100 - £160/hour Negotiable
Acting as a work-finding service, we provide supply cover to a range of Primary, Secondary and SEND Schools; from small village schools to large secondary schools. We are looking for Supply Teaching Assistants / Behaviour Support / Support Staff to cover all classes from Reception through to KS5 and who are passionate about education. Prospero Teaching are currently seeking experienced, dynamic and flexible School teaching assistants in Wakefield and the surrounding areas who are interested in working in a variety of client schools on a day to day supply TA basis. At Prospero Teaching we are looking for supply teaching assistants who are located in Wakefield and want daily supply work in that area. Due to the growing demand of our Prospero clients, we are looking to recruit a number of reliable supply SEN Teaching Assistants (primary teachers, secondary teachers & SEN teacher) with good behaviour management who are available for daily / short term supply or long-term absences. We will work around your schedule and preferences, so whether you are seeking a day's work here and there, or something more regular and consistent we will do our very best to help you as a teacher. CONTRACT/POSITION DETAILS: Location – Doncaster Position – Supply Teaching Assistant / SEN Support Supply Type of work – Supply Teaching Assistant - day to day and long-term cover in various schools Start date – As soon as possible Duration / Likely Duration – Day to day bookings, with the potential for extension depending on schools End date (if applicable) – N/A Contract type - Temporary Full time/part time – Part time and full time depending on schools/supply teacher needs Minimum rate of pay – Minimum rate £65 per day Hours – 8:30 am – 3:30pm (full day) EXPERIENCE, TRAINING AND QUALIFICATIONS NVQ Level 3 in childcare or equivalent Previous experience working in a UK school TO BE ELIGIBLE FOR THIS ROLE THROUGH PROSPERO TEACHING, YOU MUST: Hold Right to Work in the UK Hold an enhanced child barred list DBS certificate registered with the online update service or be willing to process a new application Provide two professional related references OTHER: If you would like to be considered for this role, please apply with a copy of your up to date CV. Unfortunately, only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. Prospero Teaching is acting as an employment business/education recruitment agency in relation to this vacancy. The successful candidate will be required to register with Prospero Teaching in order to fill this vacancy. Prospero Teaching is able to offer the successful candidate: Free, accredited continued professional development courses including safeguarding and behaviour management In-house Training and Development Team
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As Security Director for the UK GNSS programme you will be accountable to the Senior Responsible Owner for the development of the programme’s Security strategy, securing its approval by the Programme Board and implementing the system security requirements across all areas and elements of the programme. • Develop and implement security strategies for the (Engineering Development and Design Phase- EDDP) and the long-term security strategy for implementation of the full GNSS capability by: • Using specialist security knowledge and experience of the relevant government and industry sector and wider sector and security policy to inform the above security strategies. • The post holder will be responsible for ensuring the policy is developed tested and agreed and implemented to schedule. • • The post holder will ensure that all security documentation is properly maintained and updated as the programme develops and that changes are flown down to both the policy and technical functions of the programme. • Leadership – you will need to be a self-starter with a proven ability to set direction, successfully drive complex areas of work under your own initiative and deliver strong results. You will be confident in working with Ministers and Board Level Members of industry, using a variety of communication mechanisms to inform, consult and influence partners and stakeholders. • Strategic Thinking – a strong ability to understand the industrial and policy drivers of strategy and to influence strategy at a national, departmental and cross-Government level. • Establish effective working relationships with relevant OGDs and other public bodies to engage them in System Security development and implementation for and within the programme, and to ensure that they have a common understanding of the programme’s wide-ranging security and Accreditation requirements and objectives coupled with the programme’s aims. • Identify opportunities to engage OGDs and other public bodies on the programme to secure buy-in. • Provide briefing with regards to security and system accreditation, and security input into UKSA and BEIS procedures as required to support the programme (e.g. reviews, reporting). • Ensure that the programme embeds security as a programme and business enabler rather than technically-led. • Lead of the delivery of system security requirements, their implementation and system security accreditation documentation which has a significant policy focus. • Identify and challenge any failure of the programme to act in accordance with the security policy objectives so that it can be considered and addressed if necessary. • Lead on the provision security and system accreditation policy input to the development of the programme. Skills, Knowledge, Experience and Qualifications: • Significant experience of GNSS Security work is required. • Experience of all aspects of security implementation and System Accreditation is required. • Experience of working on a programme or project with significant political interest would be an advantage. • Outstanding communication and interpersonal abilities. The ability to draft clearly and concisely is required. DV clearance required
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  • £750 - £900/day Umb/paye
We are looking for a DV cleared Security Director for the UK GNSS programme. You will be accountable to the Senior Responsible Owner for the development of the programme`s Security strategy, securing its approval by the Programme Board and implementing the system security requirements across all areas and elements of the programme. Experience: * - Significant experience of GNSS Security work. * - Experience of all aspects of security implementation and System Accreditation. * - Experience of working on a programme or project with significant political interest would be an advantage. * - Outstanding communication and interpersonal abilities. * - The ability to draft clearly and concisely. You will: * - Need to be a self-starter with a proven ability to set direction, successfully drive complex areas of work under your own initiative and deliver strong results. * - Be confident in working with Ministers and Board Level Members of industry, using a variety of communication mechanisms to inform, consult and influence partners and stakeholders. * - Have a strong ability to understand the industrial and policy drivers of strategy and to influence strategy at a national, departmental and cross-Government level. * - Establish effective working relationships with relevant OGDs and other public bodies to engage them in System Security development and implementation for and within the programme, and to ensure that they have a common understanding of the programme`s wide-ranging security and Accreditation requirements and objectives coupled with the programme`s aims. * - Identify opportunities to engage OGDs and other public bodies on the programme to secure buy-in. * - Provide briefing with regards to security and system accreditation, and security input into UKSA and BEIS procedures as required to support the programme (e.g. reviews, reporting). * - Ensure that the programme embeds security as a programme and business enabler rather than technically-led. * - Lead of the delivery of system security requirements, their implementation and system security accreditation documentation which has a significant policy focus. * - Identify and challenge any failure of the programme to act in accordance with the security policy objectives so that it can be considered and addressed if necessary. * - Lead on the provision security and system accreditation policy input to the development of the programme. Spec: * - To develop and implement security strategies for the (Engineering Development and Design Phase- EDDP) and the long-term security strategy for implementation of the full GNSS capability. * - You will be responsible for ensuring the policy is developed tested and agreed and implemented to schedule. * - You will ensure that all security documentation is properly maintained and updated as the programme develops and that changes are flown down to both the policy and technical functions of the programme. As well as the experience required above you will have the necessary qualifications, skills & experience to take control of this requirement from its inception to its completion. If you meet the experience required above please call/mail me asap for the full spec/more information. Thank you
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  • £700 - £950/day
As Security Director for the UK GNSS programme you will be accountable to the Senior Responsible Owner for the development of the programme’s Security strategy, securing its approval by the Programme Board and implementing the system security requirements across all areas and elements of the programme. • Develop and implement security strategies for the (Engineering Development and Design Phase- EDDP) and the long-term security strategy for implementation of the full GNSS capability by: • Using specialist security knowledge and experience of the relevant government and industry sector and wider sector and security policy to inform the above security strategies. • The post holder will be responsible for ensuring the policy is developed tested and agreed and implemented to schedule. • • The post holder will ensure that all security documentation is properly maintained and updated as the programme develops and that changes are flown down to both the policy and technical functions of the programme. • Leadership – you will need to be a self-starter with a proven ability to set direction, successfully drive complex areas of work under your own initiative and deliver strong results. You will be confident in working with Ministers and Board Level Members of industry, using a variety of communication mechanisms to inform, consult and influence partners and stakeholders. • Strategic Thinking – a strong ability to understand the industrial and policy drivers of strategy and to influence strategy at a national, departmental and cross-Government level. • Establish effective working relationships with relevant OGDs and other public bodies to engage them in System Security development and implementation for and within the programme, and to ensure that they have a common understanding of the programme’s wide-ranging security and Accreditation requirements and objectives coupled with the programme’s aims. • Identify opportunities to engage OGDs and other public bodies on the programme to secure buy-in. • Provide briefing with regards to security and system accreditation, and security input into UKSA and BEIS procedures as required to support the programme (e.g. reviews, reporting). • Ensure that the programme embeds security as a programme and business enabler rather than technically-led. • Lead of the delivery of system security requirements, their implementation and system security accreditation documentation which has a significant policy focus. • Identify and challenge any failure of the programme to act in accordance with the security policy objectives so that it can be considered and addressed if necessary. • Lead on the provision security and system accreditation policy input to the development of the programme. Skills, Knowledge, Experience and Qualifications: • Significant experience of GNSS Security work is required. • Experience of all aspects of security implementation and System Accreditation is required. • Experience of working on a programme or project with significant political interest would be an advantage. • Outstanding communication and interpersonal abilities. The ability to draft clearly and concisely is required
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The Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (UK Space Agency) are seeking a Security Assurance Manager to join them at 10 Victoria Street, London. Team: Department for Business Energy and Industrial Strategy|BEIS Core|Department for Business, Innovation and Skills|UKSA Initial contracts will run until March 2020 and offer a rate up to £950/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: 24/06/2019 at 15:00 This role requires Active DV (Developed Vetting) clearance. Applicants require active DV clearance or the willingness to go through clearance before starting on site. Candidates with current clearance will be preferred. The Role As Security Assurance Manager for the UK GNSS programme you will be accountable to the Senior Responsible Owner for the development of the programme’s Security strategy, securing its approval by the Programme Board and implementing the system security requirements across all areas and elements of the programme. Main Duties and Responsibilities * Develop and implement security strategies for the (Engineering Development and Design Phase- EDDP) and the long-term security strategy for implementation of the full GNSS capability by using specialist security knowledge and experience of the relevant government and industry sector and wider sector and security policy to inform the above security strategies. * The post holder will be responsible for ensuring the policy is developed tested and agreed and implemented to schedule. * The post holder will ensure that all security documentation is properly maintained and updated as the programme develops and that changes are flown down to both the policy and technical functions of the programme. * Leadership – you will need to be a self-starter with a proven ability to set direction, successfully drive complex areas of work under your own initiative and deliver strong results. You will be confident in working with Ministers and Board Level Members of industry, using a variety of communication mechanisms to inform, consult and influence partners and stakeholders. * Strategic Thinking – a strong ability to understand the industrial and policy drivers of strategy and to influence strategy at a national, departmental and cross-Government level. * Establish effective working relationships with relevant OGDs and other public bodies to engage them in System Security development and implementation for and within the programme, and to ensure that they have a common understanding of the programme’s wide-ranging security and Accreditation requirements and objectives coupled with the programme’s aims. * Identify opportunities to engage OGDs and other public bodies on the programme to secure buy-in. * Provide briefing with regards to security and system accreditation, and security input into UKSA and BEIS procedures as required to support the programme (e.g. reviews, reporting). * Ensure that the programme embeds security as a programme and business enabler rather than technically-led. * Lead of the delivery of system security requirements, their implementation and system security accreditation documentation which has a significant policy focus. * Identify and challenge any failure of the programme to act in accordance with the security policy objectives so that it can be considered and addressed if necessary. * Lead on the provision security and system accreditation policy input to the development of the programme. Skills, Knowledge, Experience and Qualifications: * Significant experience of GNSS Security work is required. * Experience of all aspects of security implementation and System Accreditation is required. * Experience of working on a programme or project with significant political interest would be an advantage. * Outstanding communication and interpersonal abilities. The ability to draft clearly and concisely is required. 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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