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We have an exciting opportunity available at Suffolk County Council for you to join us as a Grants Officer. You will be based in Ipswich joining us on a full time, fixed term contract until 31st March 2021 (possibility of further extension subject to funding). In return, you will receive a competitive salary of £25,295 per annum. Are you a problem solver? Would you like to take the lead on a new funding programme which will start very soon? If so, this might be an ideal role for you. As our Grants Officer, you will be part of a small but very successful team which manages substantial grant funding programmes on behalf of New Anglia Local Enterprise Partnership, playing a key role in supporting economic growth across Norfolk and Suffolk. As our Grants Officer, your duties will include: - Administering your own portfolio of grants to private businesses, which are designed to encourage growth and new job creation - Monitoring progress of individual projects, including expenditure and outputs, to ensure compliance with grant terms and contribute to reports on overall progress of grant programmes What we are looking for in our Grants Officer: - Ability to work as part of a busy team - Be organised to handle day-to-day project casework - Have good communication and IT skills - Some experience of administering grant programmes will be a distinct advantage, however full training will be given Closing date: Sunday 5th January 2020, 23.30pm Job reference: SCC04209 Why not click ‘apply’ today to find out more about the role and be considered as our Grants Officer – we’d love to hear from you! This authority is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. DBS checks or police vetting will be required for relevant posts. Suffolk County Council - welcoming diversity
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Boston Hale is partnering with a private healthcare firm to source a consultant in order to deliver a critical piece of infrastructure investment. Due to demand for this firms' services additional support for 6 months is required to deliver a fully costed plan for a £350 million redevelopment and expansion of a major Acute Hospital in central London. Being able to demonstrate experience in setting up PMOs in Acute Hospitals and being able to work across multiple organisations is essential to be successful in this role. If interested in hearing more about this opportunity, please contact Ainslie Summers at Boston Hale
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We're currently looking for a Software Engineer/Java Developer to join our public sector client on a 6 months contract paying £625pd OUTSIDE IR35 and based in Central London, with some travel to Milton Keynes. CV Deadline: 17/12 @12:00pm SC Security Clearance This is a great opportunity to work for one of the UK's leading government departments. You will work within the TECH work stream in London and Milton Keynes to deliver a cloud-based solution to a government organisation. Security Clearance required for this role. Key skills: Mandatory: • JavaScript/HTML/CSS • Enterprise Java • Linux/Windows • DevOps (CI/CD) • Jenkins, GIT, SOAP, XML, JSON, XSLT, SOAPUI, Postman, Curl Desirable • SOA tools • Oracle Fusion/EBS • SQL, PL-SQL, Tomcat, Weblogic, Apache • Change/Release Process
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Technical Writer (Software) - UKAEA Culham, Oxfordshire Are you experience in writing technical documentation or software? Do you enjoy creating technical manuals and providing support for colleagues? Do you have a passion to learn and apply new technologies? Come and join the team at RACE, (Remote Applications in Challenging Environments). We design Remote Handling equipment for fusion and non-fusion applications in challenging environments according to established project methodology RACE is part of UK Atomic Energy Authority, and together they are working help shape the future of the world`s energy playing a part in our carbon-free energy future. Your role is key to the success of RACE projects. you'll be responsible for documenting software functionality and creating concise and detailed manuals and training materials for complex software. In your role you will be accountable for: * Edits, proofreads, and produces end user and technical documentation, statistical reports, procedures and presentations. * Preparing training materials implementation guides, and technical specifications. * Producing and presenting product demonstrations for end user training. * Performing graphic design and animation. * Writing detailed universally understood procedures and user guides. * Contribute to the team by participating in shared planning and problem solving. * Provide technical support for relevant systems and software development help and advice to other group members. You'll need: * Degree in a scientific, engineering or technical subject or equivalent knowledge and experience * Good interpersonal and communication skills, * Excellent level of written English. * Familiarity with good development practices throughout the software development lifecycle such as version control and testing. * Ability to apply design principles such as Object-Oriented Design. It would be helpful if you have: * Experience of developing software used by others in a professional environment. * Familiarity with some relevant technologies: Git, Gitlab/Github, automated testing & CI, build systems, packaging, containerisation. Company The United Kingdom Atomic Energy Authority is a large UK government research organisation based on an expansive site just outside of Oxford. UK AEA's mission is to lead the commercial development of fusion power and related technology and position the UK as a leader in sustainable nuclear energy. With over 1,000 employees, this is an exciting and vibrant place to work. - Please note, this role is strictly within IR35 and only available on PAYE/Umbrella basis. - All employees working at the UK Atomic Energy Authority will be required to complete an online Disclosure Certificate application as part of their clearance - The Disclosure & Barring Service (DBS) checks will show the details of all current criminal convictions (convictions considered unspent under the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974) or will confirm that there are no such convictions. The UK Atomic Energy Authority actively promotes equality and values diversity in our workforce. Rullion celebrates and supports diversity and is committed to ensuring equal opportunities for both employees and applicants
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My Local Authority client are looking for a Building Control Surveyor to join their team for a period of 6 months. About you: Relevant professional accreditation (RICS, CIOB, CABE etc.) Minimum of 5 years experience within Local Authority Building Control Firm knowledge of Building RegulationsAbout the role: Plan vetting and site visits to ensure compliance with regulations Commercial, residential and high-rise applications On-call response to dangerous structuresLocation: East Midlands Rate: £40-50/hr OUTSIDE IR35 g2 Recruitment are committed to equality of opportunity for all applications from individuals are encouraged regardless of age, disability, sex, gender reassignment, sexual orientation, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion or belief and marriage and civil partnerships or any other characteristic protected by law
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This contract with our central government client is for 5 months paying £412.50pd INSIDE IR35 and based in Corsham. CV Deadline: Monday 16th December at 2pm SC Security Clearance This is a great opportunity for a land Environment Lead Delivery/Project Manager to join one of the UK's largest government departments. You'll be responsible for project planning including assessment, procurement, managing the development, co-ordinating the testing, assurance & acceptance ensuring the delivery and roll out to the user. The right person for this role will experience in project/capability testing and trials and transitioning a project into live service
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An opportunity has with a client I'm working with for an experienced Building Control Surveyor to join a Local Authority situated in Peterborough. The contract will be for an initial 3 months and you will be crucial part of a well-established team. You will need to hold a formal qualification and hold professional membership to either RICS or CABE. Experience in building control in vital. Checking building designs and drawings in concordance with Building Regulations Carrying out site inspections, insuring they conform to the Building Control Standard Display good communication skills with a focus on client side.The rate is currently negotiable for the right candidate. If you are interested in this role please get in contact with myself via email () or call (phone number removed). g2 Recruitment are committed to equality of opportunity for all applications from individuals are encouraged regardless of age, disability, sex, gender reassignment, sexual orientation, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion or belief and marriage and civil partnerships or any other characteristic protected by law
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My client is a Local Authority who is redesigning its Place-based services and is seeking an experienced regeneration project manager to work on a number of live projects. The regeneration portfolio includes master-planning, town centre regeneration, housing growth, funding and bid writing including work with Homes England, as well as capital project design and delivery. The Council are looking for individuals who have experience in one or more of these disciplines as part of large-scale regeneration programmes, and who are keen to work as part of an ambitious team. You will be flexible, organised, and enjoy working at pace. The role will involve: 1.To work as part of the economic and housing growth team on the design and delivery of regeneration projects. This can include master-planning, town centre regeneration, housing growth, funding and bid writing including work with Homes England, as well as capital project design and delivery. 2.Working as part of the cross-service regeneration team to contribute to the design of the regeneration programme, including identifying opportunities for projects and funding. 3.To work with other project managers and regeneration colleagues to ensure regeneration activity is planned, joined-up and being delivered to agreed timescales. 4.To manage project risks and issues and use project governance to ensure these issues are managed and resolved so that delivery is maintained. 5.To liaise with relevant corporate services to support the delivery of projects and activity, in particular communications, Programme Management Office, Assets and Legal Services. 6.Work with the communications team to develop communication and engagement plans for regeneration activity and projects, which contribute to the overall growth narrative for Wirral. 7.Ensure regeneration activity is monitored, reported and evaluated so that we can promote progress and use learning to shape future delivery. Please get in touch with Vanessa Gabriel-Penha on (phone number removed)
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Reed Professional Services (RPS) has engaged with one of the key Central Government departments to work on a large and complex internal infrastructure project. In order to further compliment the team delivering these programmes, RPS have an exciting opportunity for Project Managers to join our team of experts based in Manchester to facilitate the successful PPM delivery and support. Who will you be working for? RPS provide project delivery and tailored PMO services, helping our customer's projects go from concept to completion. Our project delivery services are custom tailored to meet individual needs, whilst drawing on broad market experience and proven methodology from a variety of sectors including Media, Banking and Central Government. We keep the end goal firmly in mind and can scale as in line with customer needs. What will you be doing? As a core member of RPS's Project delivery team, you will help our client across a broad cross section of programmes that are in need of support both to raise understanding of PPM, PMO and also to focus on the project delivery. Working with senior stakeholders and highly skilled engineering teams across a range of core infrastructure projects, the team manages a range of technical deliverables including Private WAN, LAN (Fixed and Wireless), Data Centre and aaS. Below are the key skills that we are looking for in this Project Manager; Experience: Demonstrable success in similar roles particularly in large infrastructure within cloud environment (+1 M investment) with prior experience in working with Central Government Functions. Skills: You'll be an expert in the creation of detailed implementation plans to deliver new network and infrastructure services and produce project RAID - Risk, assumptions, issues and dependency logs. Has the ability to manage a team of engineers and architects to deliver the new services. Candidate must have the valid SC cleared. If this sounds like a challenge you would relish, we'd love to hear from you, so please apply below
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Planning Enforcement Officer Carrington West’s dedicated Town and Country Planning Recruitment Team operate UK wide and we are delighted to be assisting our client with their search for a Planning Enforcement Officer in the Essex area on an initial 3 month contract that is likely to extend. The Role The successful candidate will manage their own case load of planning enforcement cases with minimal supervision and have an ability to manage own time and prioritise work load.   Duties To own case load of Enforcement cases Maintain accurate enforcement records Correspond with all parties involved in each case To understand planning acts and legislation to ensure correct guidance Serving summons notices, stop notices and enforcement notices Preparing evidence for hearings Liaise with legal department and appear in hearings as expert witness Attending site visits Giving advice on planning matters Preparing reports for committee Investigating breaches in planning control and non-compliance Ensuring applications comply with Town and Country Planning Legislation and local planning policies Entering into negotiations with contraveners and agents with a positive approach Attending planning committee Work alongside Development Management to generate retrospective applications Have knowledge of Police and Criminal Evidence Act (PACE) Expertise The ideal candidate will have a good knowledge of planning legislation relating to enforcement, a clear written and verbal communication skill set, experience with negotiating enforcement breaches, experience of site surveys and local hearings. Qualifications Due to the nature of the role the successful candidate will hold a relevant degree or diploma in Town and Country Planning or equivalent. Rate up to £30 p/h  DOE For more information please call Kevin O'Shea on (phone number removed) or email
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