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A Senior Specialist to grow the RAIDO capability and professionalism within ISS in order that there is a sustained capability to provide a high level of decision support, comply with department requirements and manage risk in the context of performance throughout project and operational areas. ____________________________________________________________ SC Clearance must be in place prior to the contract starting due to the projects the individual is required to work with. ____________________________________________________________ Essential skills and experience Demonstrate recent experience of strong Risk Management knowledge based on Institute of Risk Management. Demonstrate recent experience of strong P3M knowledge based on APM. Demonstrate recent experience of conducting Risk Management and the knowledge to determine best practice. Demonstrate recent experience of stakeholder management operating at a senior level, working collaboratively. Demonstrate recent experience of delivery of mentoring/coaching to Risk Management Professionals. Demonstrate recent experience in the use of Active Risk Manager. ____________________________________________________________ Nice-to-have skills and experience - Demonstrate experience of ISS Programmes, processes, systems and services - Demonstrate experience in MOD and ISS Cap Int Process - Demonstrate experience of ISS and MOD approvals process
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Delivery Programme Manager – Financial Planning - £700 - £900 per day - 6 month contract starting ASAP - Role based in Brighton   We are looking for an experienced end to end Delivery Programme Manager who has extensive experience with end to end delivery in Group Finance/Financial Planning and this MUST be within the Financial Services industry.   You will be the delivery lead working on the organisations biggest programme workstream with multiple sub workstreams and Project Managers who you will manage.   The emphasis is on delivery; change management, RAID logs, status reporting, financial reporting, financial planning, budget management.   Looking at Group Finance – Modelling Platforms, Data Solutions, Reporting Solutions and also how to bring in and improve Governance.   The programme manager will be responsible for the following within the UK Life workstream: - Working with the other UK Life project managers, SME leads and UK Life workstream sponsors: - Perform a general oversight/consolidation role across the UK Life workstream as a whole, to enable a single unified view of progress across all of the UK Life sub workstreams to ensure that execution is being undertaken in a controlled and efficient manner  - Act as the single point of Project Management contact for the UK Life workstream, by having a clear understanding of the overall plan and what the associated risks and issues are - Act as the principal Project Management face off to the sponsors of the UK Life workstream - Act as the principal Project Management face off to the IFRS 17 Programme Director who is responsible for overseeing delivery of the IFRS 17 Programme as a whole - The project manager will also be responsible for managing delivery of the following sub workstreams within UK Life: - End to End delivery of the Actuarial Sub Workstream - End to End delivery of the Data Sub Workstream - From a governance perspective, the following activities will be required to enable successful delivery: - Feed into and take steer from the IFRS17 Programme that is responsible for setting the programme wide direction and setting the programme wide requirements - Feed into and take steer from the UK Life workstream, that is responsible for delivering the scope of UK Life, balancing requirements against those set by the IFRS17 Programme - Ownership of Workstream and Sub Workstream RAID logs and associated plans   Required Experience   - Overseeing and successfully delivering programmes consisting of multiple workstreams - Evidence of applying project discipline (e.g. Risk Management, Cost Management, Planning, etc) and being a key enabler for driving delivery on complex projects - Strong understanding of technology and process in the actuarial and accounting areas - Exposure to insurance products, and the end-to-end process that supports such businesses - Senior stakeholder management skills, including up to the level below The Board - Strong communication skills, including clear direction setting backed by clear decision making - Exposure to IFRS4 and IFRS17   Desirable Experience - In depth understanding of technical accounting, including financial reporting and general accounting operations (e.g. payment, cost allocations) - In depth understanding of IFRS17   Qualifications   - Educated to degree level (or equivalent) - Qualified accountant (desirable) - Project Management Qualification (desirable)
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  • £900 - £1000/day
Programme Director to work for a FTSE 250 organisation. Our customer is one of the largest British companies in the world and are currently driving a large period of transformation. They have serval large-scale and complex workstreams and are now seeking a Programme Director to be accountable for one of the mmost complex programmes in the portfolio. The role will be based in Central London with expectation of regular C-suite engagement and briefings. The nature of the role will be to manage a huge and complex business change, culture and IT programme. Through several direct reports you’ll manage a large programme team of niche specialists and work with key senior stakeholders across the group. Additionally, you will have budget management responsibilities and will provide regular updates to the executive sponsor. The ideal candidate will be a seasoned Programme Director with strong experience of delivering very high worth and large-scale IT portfolios. Experience of managing high risk and high value programmes with whole life cost in excess of £100m is required. The role would be suitable for those with experience on Government Major Project Portfolio (GMPP) programmes and graduates of a major project/programme leadership scheme. Capita IT Resourcing is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy
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We require a number of Qualified Social Workers to take on positions within Norfolk's MASH / CADS teams. The role requires Social workers to provide a single point of contact for professionals, children and their families who have safeguarding concerns relating to children in Norfolk. The contract is for an initial 3 months ongoing with rates of pay being £275 per day. The Children’s Advice and Duty Service Consultant Social Workers will discuss the concerns with the referrer, negotiate and agree a pathway for the child going forward. This may include offering advice and guidance through coaching partner agencies raising the concern. Key objectives: • To ensure timely and safe decision making for children. • To ensure that children get the right support from the service most likely to be able to meet their needs. • To support others, both internal and external to the department, to improve their practice. • To ensure all partner agencies consider consent (unless to do so, compromises the child’s safety) and take a holistic look at the family issues/needs. • Consistent information sharing and decision making • Every contact will have an outcome • Reduction in the number of social work assessments which are inappropriately directed to Social Care teams, including the removal of duplicate information. If you are interested in the role, or know of anyone who may be, please contact Theo at Service Care Solutions on (phone number removed) or email Service Care Solutions also offers a £250 referral bonus! So if you know of anyone who would be perfect for this position and they are placed into work, you will receive £250 for the referral once their probationary period has been completed
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  • £950 - £960/day INSIDE IR35
THIS CONTRACT WITH OUR UK CENTRAL GOVERNMENT CLIENT IS FOR 6 MONTHS (WITH POSSIBLE EXTENSION) PAYING UP TO £960.00 PER DAY (INSIDE IR35) AT LONDON initially, then based in the Oxford-Cambridge corridor CV SUBMISSION DEADLINE: Monday 15th April at 10:00 AM DESCRIPTION: Role Summary: Unique opportunity to support the development of a nationally significant infrastructure project currently in its initial stages through overseeing and assuring the work delivered by Network Rail to time, cost and quality requirements. The role also represents an opportunity to contribute to the end state operations and maintenance strategy for EWR. THE PROJECT The Company is a new and exciting opportunity to be at the forefront of the changing landscape of the rail industry, delivering substantial fast-paced improvement to modernise the railway. East West Rail is a proposed new rail link between Oxford, Milton Keynes, Bedford, Cambridge and potentially beyond. As part of the wider plans for this strategically important corridor, it is one of the most high profile infrastructure projects in the UK today. The new railway will improve local connectivity and serve as a catalyst for economic development and the creation of new housing, as well as significantly reducing existing journey times. In the 2017 Budget, it was announced that the Company would be established to bring new drive and focus to the project. The Secretary of State for Transport recently launched the company, highlighting its role to bring innovation, to deliver more quickly and cost-effectively than existing models, and to develop competition with Network Rail. The company is now scaling up significantly as it prepares to take on obligations relating to the delivery of the Western Section and Central Sections of the scheme, which will provide both innovative upgrades to existing track and to design then construct new infrastructure. RESPONSIBILITIES AND ACCOUNTABILITIES As Western Section Delivery Director for the scheme you will: Be accountable for delivery of the Western Section to meet the Secretary of State for Transport’s objectives. Own the relationship with Network Rail, and drive their performance to deliver the project ahead of schedule and under budget Lead the monitoring of supplier delivery against the output specification and client requirements for the Western Section Own the Western Section baseline programme and budget, overseeing and controlling change, contingency, governance and approvals within delegations of authority Lead cost, risk and schedule management for the Western Section and monitor and manage the performance of the Network Rail Be accountable for ensuring that EWR meets or exceeds industry best practice with respect to safety, sustainability and innovation in the delivery of new rail infrastructure on the Western Section Establish and lead operational readiness for Western Section Manage and lead a team with a matrix way of working. This will include being responsible for performance reviews and objectives setting with direct reports Be accountable for the development of processes, definition of system requirements and management of associated data related to Western Section Delivery and the teams which sit within this business area Support EWR Co.’s commitment to customer service and an excellent customer journey Take responsibility of your own and others’ health and by adopting and working to the EWR Co. Health and Safety principles CV SUBMISSION DEADLINE: Monday 15th April at 10:00 AM
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  • £800 - £900/day INSIDE IR35
THIS CONTRACT WITH OUR UK CENTRAL GOVERNMENT CLIENT IS FOR 6 MONTHS (WITH POSSIBLE EXTENSION) PAYING BETWEEN £800.00 - £900.00 PER DAY (INSIDE IR35) AT LONDON initially, then based in the Oxford-Cambridge corridor CV SUBMISSION DEADLINE: Monday 15th April at 10:00 AM DESCRIPTION: Role Summary:Unique opportunity to support the development of a nationally significant infrastructure project currently in its initial stages through developing and maintaining appropriate engineering standards, establishing asset management strategies, monitoring design compliance and approving designs through a review and assurance process and developing and implementing systems engineering policies and practices. THE PROJECT The Project is a new and exciting opportunity to be at the forefront of the changing landscape of the rail industry, delivering substantial fast-paced improvement to modernise the railway. The Company is a proposed new rail link between Oxford, Milton Keynes, Bedford, Cambridge and potentially beyond. As part of the wider plans for this strategically important corridor, it is one of the most high profile infrastructure projects in the UK today. The new railway will improve local connectivity and serve as a catalyst for economic development and the creation of new housing, as well as significantly reducing existing journey times. In the 2017 Budget, it was announced that the Company would be established to bring new drive and focus to the project. The Secretary of State for Transport recently launched the company, highlighting its role to bring innovation, to deliver more quickly and cost-effectively than existing models, and to develop competition with Network Rail. The company is now scaling up significantly as it prepares to take on obligations relating to the delivery of the Western Section and Central Sections of the scheme, which will provide both innovative upgrades to existing track and to design then construct new infrastructure. RESPONSIBILITIES AND ACCOUNTABILITIES As Engineering Director for the scheme you will: Support Engineering activities on Western and Central Sections with responsibility for all engineering disciplines Be accountable for the development of processes, definition of system requirements and management of associated data related to Engineering Develop and manage policies and standards for all aspects of the railway (track, civils, signalling, electrical, environmental, etc.) Be accountable for evaluating and managing derogations from engineering standards Be responsible for compliance with Engineering policies and standards and safety requirements including undertaking appropriate design review & approval processes Be responsible for technical engagement with Network Rail to maintain alignment in standards and practices Oversee the integration of the infrastructure and systems across the EWR scheme and with the network controlled by Network Rail Provide engineering and technical support to the Strategy Director for delivering industry systems integration Be responsible for developing and implementing systems engineering policies and practices Lead development and application of asset management and maintenance strategies Lead design and establishment of asset information standards, processes and systems to be adhered to by EWR Co. and external parties Identify and advise on value engineering opportunities for the Western and Central sections Identify and advise on opportunities to deploy innovative engineering solutions across the EWR scheme that support the overall EWR EXPERIENCE AND SKILLS As Engineering Director for the East West Rail scheme, you will have significant experience in leading multi-disciplinary operational and delivery engineering teams. Ideally, this would include extensive experience in one or more of the technical disciplines required by EWR Co. and in a safety critical environment. Your skills and experience will include: • The ability to deliver engineering solutions within a complex technical environment • The ability to lead within a complex stakeholder environment • The ability to lead and motivate professionals from multiple disciplines, to build and maintain high quality service results, setting a collaborative culture, building capability and creating an environment of continuous learning • Strong analytical skills with the ability to analyse complex data (quantitative and qualitative), draw conclusions, and produce solutions and decisions • Excellent communication skills with the ability to promote and execute programme strategy • Proven influencing skills, including negotiating and facilitating joint decision making with colleagues and stakeholders • Comprehensive knowledge of best practice in an engineering and technical environment across the asset lifecycle • Extensive knowledge and understanding of large scale and technically complex projects, commercial issues, legal aspects, financial control and procurement processes and techniques • Knowledge of asset management processes and techniques • Knowledge of relevant legislation and standards • Strong leadership skills to bring together diverse teams with differing knowledge bases and skillsets to become one unified delivery focused unit • Experience of working in a senior management role and of managing resources in a matrix organisation to develop high performing, delivery focused teams • Experience of delivering innovation in an engineering and technical environment • Experience of resolving and escalating risks, issues and conflicts as necessary EDUCATION AND QUALIFICATIONS • Chartered or Incorporated engineer or equivalent • Bachelor degree or equivalent in the field of engineering or equivalent business experience Preferably you will also have knowledge and experience of the UK rail industry You will need to have the right to work in the UK. CV SUBMISSION DEADLINE: Monday 15th April at 10:00 AM
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Occupational Health Physician - Sessional (6 Months FTC) Package Details: £850 - £950 Per Day Contract Length: 6 Month Fixed Term Contract (Likely Extension) Contracted Hours: 15 - 22.5 Hours Per Week (Two to Three Days Per Week - No Evenings or Weekends) Location(s): Sheffield & Leeds Remit: Raisly Health are working with a valued client who are currently looking to recruit a Sessional Occupational Health Physician. We are looking for a dynamic and highly motivated Occupational Health Physician to join a forward-thinking and innovative Occupational Health and Wellbeing team. You will contribute to the Occupational Health and Wellbeing Service and play a key role with the ongoing development of the company and service provision to their clients. This role involves interaction with key clients and the successful candidate will assume full responsibility for the clinical delivery of OH services provided to their clients for the duration of contract. The Role: * You will act as a consultant and support, develop & advise the clinical staff for nominated clients. * Your role includes improving quality and safety standards, delivery of targets, service modernisation, cost reduction programme & governance and risk. * You will report directly to the Medical Director and assist them in shaping the service provision for the future. * You will undertake a range of services including weekly clinics providing the following services: Management Referrals, Ill Health Retirement, Pensions, Tier 4 HAVS, Health Surveillance & Pre-Employment Medicals / Assessments. Requirements: * Ideally a FFOM, MFOM or AFOM but strong experience including DOccMed can be considered. * A valid GMC registration with no restrictions or endorsements. * Able to work as an independent & autonomous Occupational Health Physician. * A good team player who possesses effective communication & relationship building skills. * A pro-active & motivated person who endeavours all types of challenges. * A valid Full UK driving licence. (Desired but not essential) Summary: My client is looking to pay £850 - £950 per day which will be discussed further at interview stage. Contact Details: If you would like to be considered for this exciting opportunity, please contact Louis Pace (Lead Recruitment Consultant) directly on (phone number removed) or (phone number removed)
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Occupational Health Physician - Sessional (6 Months FTC) Package Details: £850 - £950 Per Day Contract Length: 6 Month Fixed Term Contract (Likely Extension) Contracted Hours: 15 - 22.5 Hours Per Week (Two to Three Days Per Week - No Evenings or Weekends) Location(s): Manchester, Warrington & Liverpool Remit: Raisly Health are working with a valued client who are currently looking to recruit a Sessional Occupational Health Physician. We are looking for a dynamic and highly motivated Occupational Health Physician to join a forward-thinking and innovative Occupational Health and Wellbeing team. You will contribute to the Occupational Health and Wellbeing Service and play a key role with the ongoing development of the company and service provision to their clients. This role involves interaction with key clients and the successful candidate will assume full responsibility for the clinical delivery of OH services provided to their clients for the duration of contract. The Role: * You will act as a consultant and support, develop & advise the clinical staff for nominated clients. * Your role includes improving quality and safety standards, delivery of targets, service modernisation, cost reduction programme & governance and risk. * You will report directly to the Medical Director and assist them in shaping the service provision for the future. * You will undertake a range of services including weekly clinics providing the following services: Management Referrals, Ill Health Retirement, Pensions, Tier 4 HAVS, Health Surveillance & Pre-Employment Medicals / Assessments. Requirements: * Ideally a FFOM, MFOM or AFOM but strong experience including DOccMed can be considered. * A valid GMC registration with no restrictions or endorsements. * Able to work as an independent & autonomous Occupational Health Physician. * A good team player who possesses effective communication & relationship building skills. * A pro-active & motivated person who endeavours all types of challenges. * A valid Full UK driving licence. (Desired but not essential) Summary: My client is looking to pay £850 - £950 per day which will be discussed further at interview stage. Contact Details: If you would like to be considered for this exciting opportunity, please contact Louis Pace (Lead Recruitment Consultant) directly on (phone number removed) or (phone number removed)
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  • £800 - £900/day Umb/Paye
Engineering Director Location/Dept: London initially, then based in the Oxford-Cambridge corridor/DFT Security Clearance: DBS CV Deadline: 15/04 at 1000 We are looking for an Engineering Director with UK Rail experience. This is a unique opportunity to support the development of a nationally significant infrastructure project currently in its initial stages through developing and maintaining appropriate engineering standards, establishing asset management strategies, monitoring design compliance and approving designs through a review and assurance process and developing and implementing systems engineering policies and practices. As Engineering Director for the East West Rail scheme, you will have significant experience in leading multi-disciplinary operational and delivery engineering teams. Ideally, this would include extensive experience in one or more of the technical disciplines required by EWR Co. and in a safety critical environment. Your skills and experience will include: - The ability to deliver engineering solutions within a complex technical environment - The ability to lead within a complex stakeholder environment - The ability to lead and motivate professionals from multiple disciplines, to build and maintain high quality service results, setting a collaborative culture, building capability and creating an environment of continuous learning - Strong analytical skills with the ability to analyse complex data (quantitative and qualitative), draw conclusions, and produce solutions and decisions - Excellent communication skills with the ability to promote and execute programme strategy - Proven influencing skills, including negotiating and facilitating joint decision making with colleagues and stakeholders - Comprehensive knowledge of best practice in an engineering and technical environment across the asset lifecycle - Extensive knowledge and understanding of large scale and technically complex projects, commercial issues, legal aspects, financial control and procurement processes and techniques - Knowledge of asset management processes and techniques - Knowledge of relevant legislation and standards - Strong leadership skills to bring together diverse teams with differing knowledge bases and skillsets to become one unified delivery focused unit - Experience of working in a senior management role and of managing resources in a matrix organisation to develop high performing, delivery focused teams - Experience of delivering innovation in an engineering and technical environment - Experience of resolving and escalating risks, issues and conflicts as necessary Qualifications - Chartered or Incorporated engineer or equivalent - Bachelor degree or equivalent in the field of engineering or equivalent business experience As Engineering Director you will: - Support Engineering activities on Western and Central Sections with responsibility for all engineering disciplines - Be accountable for the development of processes, definition of system requirements and management of associated data related to Engineering - Develop and manage policies and standards for all aspects of the railway (track, civils, signalling, electrical, environmental, etc.) - Be accountable for evaluating and managing derogations from engineering standards - Be responsible for compliance with Engineering policies and standards and safety requirements including undertaking appropriate design review & approval processes - Be responsible for technical engagement with Network Rail to maintain alignment in standards and practices - Oversee the integration of the infrastructure and systems across the EWR scheme and with the network controlled by Network Rail - Provide engineering and technical support to the Strategy Director for delivering industry systems integration - Be responsible for developing and implementing systems engineering policies and practices - Lead development and application of asset management and maintenance strategies - Lead design and establishment of asset information standards, processes and systems to be adhered to by EWR Co. and external parties - Identify and advise on value engineering opportunities for the Western and Central sections - Identify and advise on opportunities to deploy innovative engineering solutions across the EWR scheme that support the overall EWR objectives - Provide the necessary technical inputs to the development of required business cases - Manage and lead a team with matrixed ways of working. This will include being responsible for performance reviews and objectives setting with direct reports - Be accountable for the development of processes, definition of system requirements and management of associated data related to Engineering and the teams which sit within this business area - Support EWR Co.`s commitment to customer service and an excellent customer journey - Take responsibility of your own and others` health and by adopting and working to the EWR Co. Health and Safety principles - Champion and act as a role model for EWR Co.`s vision and values, behaving in ways that are in alignment with EWR Co.`s Ways of working, encouraging and supporting others to do so too - Promote equality and diversity in the workplace and adopt appropriate behaviour when interacting with colleagues As well as the specific 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 more information & details on this role. Thank you
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  • £0 - £960/day INSIDE of IR35
A Programme Delivery Director is required by the East West Rail Company for an initial 6-month contract to deliver the Western Section of a new major rail infrastructure project. This role is based in London initially and then will move to the Oxford-Cambridge corridor. **This role is URGENT** **The client has stated that this role is “IN-SCOPE” for the Off-Payroll Worker legislation – Maximum day rate: £960 Umbrella** East West Rail is a proposed new rail link between Oxford, Milton Keynes, Bedford, Cambridge and potentially beyond. As part of the wider plans for this strategically important corridor, it is one of the most high-profile infrastructure projects in the UK today. The new railway will improve local connectivity and serve as a catalyst for economic development and the creation of new housing, as well as significantly reducing existing journey times. As Western Section Delivery Director for the East West Rail scheme you will: * Be accountable for delivery of the Western Section to meet the Secretary of State for Transport’s objectives. * Own the relationship with Network Rail, and drive their performance to deliver the project ahead of schedule and under budget * Lead the monitoring of supplier delivery against the output specification and client requirements for the Western Section * Own the Western Section baseline programme and budget, overseeing and controlling change, contingency, governance and approvals within delegations of authority * Lead cost, risk and schedule management for the Western Section and monitor and manage the performance of the Network Rail * Be accountable for ensuring that EWR meets or exceeds industry best practice with respect to safety, sustainability and innovation in the delivery of new rail infrastructure on the Western Section * Establish and lead operational readiness for Western Section * Manage and lead a team with a matrix way of working. This will include being responsible for performance reviews and objectives setting with direct reports * Be accountable for the development of processes, definition of system requirements and management of associated data related to Western Section Delivery and the teams which sit within this business area * Support EWR Co.’s commitment to customer service and an excellent customer journey * Take responsibility of your own and others’ health and by adopting and working to the EWR Co. Health and Safety principles * Champion and act as a role model for EWR Co.’s vision and values. Essential experience: * Demonstrable programme/project director experience leading the delivery of major rail infrastructure programmes/projects – ideally within the public sector. * Extensive senior stakeholder and supplier management – comfortable engaging with organisations such as Network Rail and holding them to account. A Basic Disclosure is required by the successful candidate
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