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The Role: In light of our clients growing Automotive business, we are recruiting for a number of skilled procurement/ purchasing professionals. We are particularly interested in speaking to Senior Procurement professionals with Electronic/Electrical as well as Body/Interior/chassis/powertrain purchasing experience within Automotive. This role will require each individual to take responsibility for a commodity within a growing team, managing the full bill of materials for the vehicle. The jobs will involve a broad degree of exposure to the fast developing project, and participate in both the design and manufacturing process to ensure that all products represent the maximum quality and reliability attainable. We are looking for candidates with a broad automotive background, preferably with in an OEM/Tier1/2 supplier environment. Ideally, you will be a self-starter capable of picking up and running with a project, capable of following best practices whilst having the ability to develop new processes. Furthermore, you will have a strong commercial acumen with the ability to act on opportunities quickly to gain business advantage with 3rd party providers. Reporting directly to the Senior Procurement Manager, these roles will be sourcing equipment, goods and services and managing vendors for the company. You will responsible for leading procurement and working closely with Quality, Engineering and Planning, in line with the project strategy, while developing partnerships with suppliers and stakeholders. As the Procurement Specialist, you will support the procurement strategy for Automotive using your experience to ensure that the business is investing in materials and equipment that are fit for purpose, and allows purchasing to achieve the best possible commercial terms in line with the business strategy • Developing and implementing an effective supplier base and partnerships to create a reliable and long-term source of supply. • Supporting requirement for introduction of new parts and customer enquiries. • Sourcing and forming strategic supply base management and handling activities such as financial management and issue resolution. • Responsible for ensuring prices negotiated with approved suppliers are consistent and are as competitive as previously supplied development and integration of supply agreements. • Continuously seeking measurable improvement opportunities which will contribute towards achieving high standards of operational excellence. • Effectively managing sub-contractors ensuring that supplies meet company output plan. • Liaising with other departments, exchanging information and giving Procurement support to their functions. • Resolving problems arising from unclear information on requisitions, specifications and drawings. • Maintaining records of supplier performance, communicating with each supplier to improve performance and or implementing corrective actions where necessary. • Commercially astute with the ability to act on opportunities quickly to gain business advantage with 3rd party providers. • Analysing production and procurement lead times to ensure customer requirements can be met. • Networking with the wider organisation to maximise group leverage possibilities. The Company: Our Client is one of the world’s biggest manufacturing companies, and in a new departure, they are now seeking to add world-class Automotive expertise to support the manufacture of a new, uncompromising 4x4 coming to market by the end of 2020. The creation of this new 4x4 will honour the spirit of traditional rugged off-roading, whilst offering a step change in build quality and reliability and meeting the safety and environmental considerations of the present day - a significant challenge, and Essential Skills / Qualifications: Minimum 5 years’ experience, within procurement and supply chain preferably within Automotive / Manufacturing / Technology areas. • Demonstrable experience of developing new supplier relationships and knowledge of OEM / Tier 1s & 2s. • A strategic buyer with experience within engineering and / or manufacturing / automotive environment. • Innovative thinker, able to generate new ideas and translate into tangible results. • Excellent communicator capable of establishing solid, professional relationships. • Credibility to engage with senior stakeholders. • Strong team player who recognises the importance of all functions in the business. • Fully conversant with MS Office packages and MRP systems (complex spreadsheets, databases, etc.) and able to drive improvements. • Flexibility to work independently and travel as business requires. Desirable Skills / Qualifications: • Recognised university degree qualification in an engineering/technical/numerical discipline and MCIPS or equivalent would be desirable. • Ability to speak German would be advantageous About Fircroft: Fircroft has been placing people in specialist technical industries for approaching half a century, focusing on mid to senior level engineers for contract and permanent roles worldwide. By applying for this job you give consent for Fircroft to contact you, via email & telephone, to discuss your application along with future positions and Fircroft's services. Fircroft is registered as a Data Controller with the Information Commissioner as required under the General Data Protection Regulation 2016/679. Fircroft will only process your personal data for the specific purposes of managing your application
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  • £70 - £85/day
Are you an experienced Primary SEN Teaching Assistant who is looking for a new teaching role? SANZA Teaching are delighted to be working with this Ofsted rated 'Outstanding' Special Needs School who are currently seeking to appoint an ambitious teaching assistant for an immediate start. You would be working in a three-form entry primary school start in February ’19 in Waltham Forest, London. The School is well established and highly regarded in the community. It is a government funded School which caters to students with mild and severe learning disabilities between the ages of 5 and 16 years old. Opportunities for further career progression, leadership and promotion are available for motivated and talented teaching assistants. This is an Inner London School and can offer an attractive daily rate of £75 -£85. Experience working in a primary is advantage but not essential. This vibrant and diverse primary school situated in Waltham Forest close to Walthamstow Central station aim to ensure all children are motivated by learning and offered the best opportunities they can provide. This community primary school has recently been through and expansion programme to expand the school from two to three forms of entry. Consequently, they can boast beautiful new buildings and extensive grounds. There most fundamental principle is that they believe intelligence and ability are not fixed and if their children develop skills such as resilience, resourcefulness, reflectiveness and reciprocity (learning to share and work as a team), they can meet their full potential.  Students in the school have a range of special needs including; Autism, Down Syndrome, Cerebral Palsy, Hearing and Sight Impairments. Behaviour is excellent and students feel pride in their education. They collect behaviour points and work towards rewards such as trips out into the community and specialist sporting activities. The School itself is very well resourced and structured to ensure children succeed and are ready for college and/or work by the time they leave at 16. This primary is looking for an exemplary Primary SEN Teaching Assistant who has:  - SEN TA with experience supporting students with SEN - Positive, ‘can do’ attitude, someone who is willing to go the extra mile to help students - Knowledge of PECS or Makaton (preferred) - Reliable and honest with strong references and track record - Who can also make learning fun! Benefits offered by the school: - A positive and caring ethos and working environment - Enthusiastic, motivated, well-behaved children and supportive parents - A committed, friendly, welcoming and supportive staff team - Excellent support from the Headteacher and governing body - High quality and bespoke professional and career development opportunities. General Primary SEN Teaching Assistant Responsibility: - To assist the teacher responsible for a class of children within the school - To be a committed and active member of the staff team and school community - To provide nurture and support for a range of academic abilities. - To monitor the social and emotional needs of the children, and to liaise with appropriate staff - Run 1:1 Interventions and create a warm and caring environment where children can flourish and learn - To ensure the good behaviour of all pupils in the school, supporting whole school procedures - To be committed to the maintenance of high standards and quality of education throughout the school By registering with Sanza Teaching, we can offer you: We attract top education talent and in return offer top rates of pay We care about your training and development more than any other agency – which is why we can offer you more certified CPD courses than any other education recruitment agency, 25 to be exact! That’s 18 more than our next nearest competitor Great referral scheme – recommend a friend and earn up to *£100 Full interview preparation and assistance – so you’re fully prepped and confident, increasing your chances of success Help with lesson planning - our support doesn’t stop once we’ve secured you a placement Online Portal for your timesheets and log your availability Free social and networking events to get to know your peers and consultants Visits to the school are warmly welcomed and encouraged. After visiting the school, I was incredibly impressed their behaviour management policy and outdoor learning facilities. Please contact Lee at Sanza Teaching on (phone number removed) who will be happy to arrange a mutually convenient time with the school. There is no closing date for applications or interviews but the Year 3 Teacher Assistant vacancy will be withdrawn as soon as the post has been successfully filled. For the opportunity to join this lovely school, please do not hesitate and email your CV today Informal school visits are more than welcome and can then be arranged
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Job Title: Events and Sponsorship Manager Location: London Salary: £37,932 per annum Job Type: Full Time, Fixed-Term (Maternity Cover) Closing date: 12 noon, Monday 11th February 2019 The Organisation is the voice of dentists and dental students in the UK. They bring dentists together, support their members through advice and education, and represent their interests. This is a challenging and dynamic period for dentistry and the Organisation is recruiting an Events and Sponsorship Manager to work in their busy Events team. Role Overview: This is a full-time role based in their offices in central London. The post-holder will have an overall responsibility for the relationship management of, and sales to, premium sponsors. Also, to develop and deliver the organisation’s programme of clinical and non-clinical seminars, other new events and event management contracts. This role requires successful candidate to work closely with the Head of Events, the Head of Marketing, the Exhibition Sales and Sponsorship Executive and other internal stakeholders to ensure an integrated approach to sponsorship across the company. This role will be responsible for line managing the Exhibition Sales and Sponsorship Executive. This role will include maintaining existing sponsorship agreements and generating new sponsorship revenue for their events. Working on the delivery of a programme of clinical and non-clinical seminars, new events and event management contracts; generate and write event programmes through liaison with speakers, colleagues, advisers, senior officers, and committees; managing delegate bookings and responsibility for generating sales invoices and contracts. The role involves liaison with premium sponsors on an ongoing basis and in the run up to each event, and chasing outstanding invoices before events, developing and maintaining budgets for individual events and ensuring tight monitoring of income and expenditure on all events, including chasing outstanding debts with suppliers and delegates. The ideal Candidate will have/ be: The successful candidate should have * Proven experience of sponsorship and sales and relationship management with key stakeholders preferably in the Exhibitions / Events sector * Strong face-to-face sales and negotiating skills * Excellent personal organisation skills; including the ability to prioritise, plan, work to tight deadlines and manage a range of complex administrative demands * Excellent interpersonal, written and verbal communication skills * Confidence in ability to interact with people at all levels * Commitment to a high level of customer service to internal and external customers * Good IT skills, including in Outlook, Word, Excel and contact management databases Benefits: * Generous company pension scheme * Childcare voucher scheme * Cash back for various healthcare treatments * Employee assistance programme * Subsidised gym membership To apply for this role please click the APPLY button and further information will be sent to your email. The Company is an equal opportunities employer and an Investor in People. Candidates with experience of: Sponsorship Sales, Advertising Sales, Sales, Sales Advisor, Sales Consultant, Sales Executive, Sales Manager, Sales Person, Events Executive, Events Coordinator, Seminar Organiser, Event Organiser, Events Officer, Events Coordinator, Event Assistant, Event Administrator, Events Administrator, Exhibition, Conference Officer, Conference Executive, Conference Assistant, Exhibitions Marketing Executive, Business Developer, Business Development Leader, Business Development Manager, Business Development Executive may also be considered for this role
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  • £25 - £32/hour
Applicant must have the right to work in the UK *** Redline are again, partnering with a long-standing electronics client, who are in need of a Contract Test Development Engineer to support a growing production testing team. The contractor they bring in will be expected to have extensive experience in automated testing, which is currently all using LabVIEW. With a relatively junior team, the contractor will need to be an expert with LabVIEW and be able to show others how to use it efficiently. Key requirements for the Contract Test Development Job: • Highly experience in Automated Testing using LabVIEW • Experience testing Comms/Satellite equipment • Be able to obtain Baseline Clearance For an immediate interview for the Contract Test Development job that is based in Essex, please contact Jordan Wood on (phone number removed) or Visit and follow Redline Group Twitter:@redlinegroupuk LinkedIn:(url removed)/company/redline-group-ltd
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  • £21000/annum
Team Support Administrator My client is a firm of professional probate genealogists that provide a comprehensive range of support services to those dealing with Estate Administration, from Solicitors, Banks, Corporate and State Trustees through to charities, professional administrators and executors. If you have experience in a similar role, are interested in genealogy and happy with £21,000 then I would love to hear from you! The purpose of this role is to provide administrative support to the Public Domain team in a timely and professional manner. Main duties and responsibilities include but are not limited to: -To provide effective and efficient administrative service, including scanning, photocopying and filing, to Case Managers and the rest of the team -To assist Case Managers with written correspondence and report preparation -To offer telephone answering support -To pick up and take post when required -To prepare marketing packs -To undertake training and development as specified by the Line Manager -Ensure that your workstation is kept clean and tidy -Any other additional duties appropriate to the post as requested Skills required: -Excellent communication and interpersonal skills -Good administration skills -Attention to detail -Methodical approach -Problem solving skills and the ability to respond to sudden unexpected demands -Ability to cope under pressure -Reliable, flexible and adaptable -Ability to work on own initiative and organise own workload -Contribute to the effectiveness of the team -Ability to deal with members of the public in a courteous manner -Autonomous working Tate is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy
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We are currently seeking a Project Engineering Manager to join our clients oil, chemicals and gases project engineering team based in Surrey. Reporting into the Director of Engineering, the successful contractor will be responsible for leading the engineering activities and managing lead engineers on complex, capital projects. Applicants must hold a Bachelor's degree or higher in engineering discipline with a minimum of 10 years relevant professional experience in a similar role. Strong track record in the management of detailed engineering activities of process plants. Previous experience on Engineering Procurement and Construction (EPC), Industrial Gases or Petrochemical projects. Previous experience and time spent at construction sites. Process Plant construction would be desirable. We are looking for a strong candidate with the ability to bring teams together to achieve project targets and achieve goals. Commercially aware with the ability to manage change. To apply please forward your resume with a covering email stating your availability for contract work, if you would be looking for PAYE or Limited Company and your current / expected consultancy rate. Ref: D&M244621 Role: Project Engineering Manager Location:- Surrey Duration: 12 Months + Rate: Neg £ Daily or Hourly RHL Act as an employment agency and recruitment consultancy
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Labourers Jobs in London We have projects for general labourers and skilled labourers for sites West, South West and North London. We guarantee weekly pay + holiday pay & no weekly payroll processing fees! * Min 8hr shifts * Min £350 per week including holiday pay - no payroll fees * CSCS Labourers cert or card preferred * Short term, long term and ongoing work available * Main duties will include site clean up, moving materials, loading up skips * PAYE not Umbrella Start working now, get in contact today
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  • £0 - £23500/annum Bonus
Supplier & Inventory Controller – Oxford - 6 Month FTC Butler Ross have a fantastic opportunity with a large Logistics Company who are looking for someone to work on a large Automotive account, managing the inventory and material delivery as well as building up strong relationships with the suppliers. This role is a fixed term contract which could become permanent, as well as having the opportunity to apply for internal vacancies during the contract. This role would suit someone who has experience working in Supply Chain, Logistics, Distribution or Manufacturing as a Supply Chain Account Manager, Logistics Account Manager, Material Controller, Inventory/Stock Controller and Supply Chain Controller. Key Responsibilities of the Supplier and Inventory Controller: * To manage a range of suppliers and the product they supply. * Manage deliveries against schedule as well as stock-turn, availability, back orders, inventory value and obsolescence. * To develop a working relationship with key contacts at suppliers to ensure performance within the Supply Chain. * Forecasting of exceptional SKUs in the parts range to ensure smooth accurate schedules and planned receipts. * Carry out root cause analysis to understand exceptions and to take appropriate actions. * Understand reasons for availability loss, drive improvements to avoid repetition. * Hold supplier and client meetings to review performance, putting plans in place to continuously improve their processes. Personal Specification of the Supplier and Inventory Controller: * Experience in Logistics, Inventory or Material Control * Experience in an Automotive/Industrial/Retail sector or in Logistics and Distribution * Knowledge of forecasting models & replenishment systems. Salary Up to £23,500 Working Hours & Benefits: * Monday to Friday 8:30am – 5:00pm * 22 Days (Plus Days Holidays) * Pension * Flexible Benefits Scheme * Company Performance Bonus Scheme This role would suit someone who has experience working in Supply Chain, Logistics, Distribution or Manufacturing as a Supply Chain Account Manager, Logistics Account Manager, Material Controller, Inventory/Stock Controller and Supply Chain Controller. Should you not hear anything from your application within 14 days, this will mean your application was unsuccessful, and unfortunately It will be impossible to update everyone at application stage due to the high volumes of applicants we get! Please don’t get disheartened and please do keep checking our website for any other opportunities
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The Vehicle Technician role requires: • Diagnosing, repairing and inspecting of work vehicles • Servicing of heavy and light commercial vehicles • Able to undertake physical repair of vehicles in workshop • Maintain workshop cleanliness • Category C vocational driving license • City and Guilds full technological Certificate The contract is long term and working 37.5 per week.It is on a shift rota basis, week 1 you would work Monday-Thursday 7am-3pm and 7am-2.30pm friday.Week 2 Monday-Thursday 1pm-9pm, friday is 1pm-8.30pm If you are interested in this fantastic opportunity please send your CV or call me on (phone number removed) and ask for Nathan
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