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Integration Engineer: IBM Integration Bus Our client, a UK professional services organisation, has identified an opportunity for a middleware engineer with strong IBM Integration Bus skills to work with a sizeable FM client based in London’s Docklands. The role involves hands-on interface development between two complex systems. The successful candidate will have excellent integration engineering experience and good, practical IIB knowledge, Candidates should have good client presence and communication abilities. Any knowledge of IBM Maximo and/or mobile workforce solutions would be a plus
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Technical Architect - Gosport SC Cleared 6 month contract - £550.00-£600.00 per day Experienced Technical Architect required to join well established Architecture Team working closely with customers, product stakeholders, project management and technical teams. Job overview: Assist in the provision of high level solution architecture Generate conceptual, logical and physical architecture documents Contribute to estimation and risk assessments Provide technical leadership and oversight during change proposal assessment Essential requirements: Technical Architect experience Strong interpersonal and communication skills Ability to write clear documentation Desirable requirements: Experience of one or more of the following: Virtualization (VMware and OVM), Windows environment, Oracle Database, Oracle Fusion middleware components Knowledge of the defence industry Strong stakeholder engagement skills
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Service Manager Akton Recruitment currently has an exciting opportunity for an individual with a strong background in the Health and/or Social Care profession to join the team of a West London Local Authority as a Service Manager. JOB PURPOSE 1 Leading and managing the Care for Services in the provision of a highly effective and responsive single point of contact that is intelligence led to ensure residents affected by the fire receive the best care and support to meet their needs and that services are developed and improved in response to emerging needs 2 Ensuring financial accountability that supports effective service delivery in response to need * Contributing as part of the Care for Local Management Team to the overall strategic planning and delivery of high quality, value for money, community care services and to lead on key policy and partnership developments as appropriate to improve overall quality of the service. Essential Knowledge & Experience * Substantial experience in the health and/or social care profession and/or customer services. * Experience of managing/delivering services within social services, health authority, local government, voluntary agency or similar setting. * Experience of negotiating with a range of external agencies * Can demonstrate a track record of managing relevant service issues * Experience and skills in developing services to meet the needs of the residents. * Proven financial management skills * Excellent project management skills * Knowledge of key legislation, regulation and a wide range of issues in health and social care * Excellent IT skills and ability * Influencing, negotiating and consultation skills If you would like to apply for this position please send a CV or call (Apply online only) and ask for Jordan for more details
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  • £500 - £525/day OUTSIDE IR35
This contract with the Cabinet Office is OUTSIDE IR35 paying up to £525.00 per day for 4 months based in London. NOTE: Candidates must already hold SC Clearance CV Deadline: Friday 14th December 3pm 1 - User Researchers are key figures in the teams that design and deliver services. They help their teams develop a deep understanding of the people - citizens, businesses or government colleagues - who use a service. Their findings allow their teams to design and build better services more quickly and at lower cost and risk. And to continuously improve services, based on data and evidence. 2- The Senior User Researcher will plan and lead user research activities on larger teams and more complex services. They will build user centred practices in new teams, and align user research activities with wider plans to inform service proposition. They may supervise and develop other user researchers to assure and improve research practice. Main responsibilities Planning, designing and preparing a range of user research activities to support the design, development and continuous improvement of complex government services Carrying out a wide range of user research activities from recruiting participants, preparing discussion guides and moderating research sessions Leading colleagues to analyse research data and synthesise clear and actionable findings, including working closely with analytics colleagues to create a rich picture of user behaviour Communicating user research findings to help the team and wider organisation develop a deep understanding of users and their needs Working closely with product managers, designers and developers to turn user research findings into stories and actions that lead to valuable product and service features Aligning user research activities with wider plans to inform service proposition. Building user centred practices in new and larger teams Mentoring and guiding more junior user researchers to assure and improve research practice contributing to the wider user research community - including presenting at meetups, writing blog posts and leading on aspects of practice Skills and experience It’s essential that they have: Experience of helping teams to adopt user centred service design and delivery practices and embed them into their agile workflow The ability to understand the complex problems a team is trying to solve, and align user research activities to inform decision making and action Extensive experience of a wide range of user research methods, analysis and synthesis techniques and approaches to presenting and sharing findings The ability to include all kinds of users in appropriate research activities to help teams understand the diversity of users of government services Proven experience of introducing new user research methods into a team, and guiding colleagues in the choice and effective application of research methods Experience of advocating for user research and engaging sceptical colleagues and stakeholders A good understanding of the social and technological context for government services, and experience of aligning user research activities to help teams understand changing user behaviour It’s desirable that they also have: Knowledge of the technologies used to build and operate digital services, and the ability to work closely with colleagues in technical roles and to constructively challenges technical constraints Experience of user research for government services This contract with the Cabinet Office is OUTSIDE IR35 paying up to £525.00 per day for 4 months based in London. NOTE: Candidates must already hold SC Clearance CV Deadline: Friday 14th December 3pm
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We have an exciting new opportunity for an experienced Business Analyst to work on a large-scale demerger. Several Workstreams have been established to manage and execute the demerger. The Separation Workstream is responsible for managing the transition of services and includes three delivery programmes; Central Services, IT and Marketing. This role will initially be focused on projects being driven by the Marketing Programme within the Separation Workstream. Post the demerger, the role will move on to focus on the web re-platforming project. Core task requirements/responsibilities may include: • Identify, gather, analyse and document business requirements and translate these into specifications and design documents. • Effectively communicate business specifications to internal technology teams, developers and/or external vendors (web development is outsourced) • Understand, enhance and deliver improved business processes. • Co-ordinate and manage testing requirements. • Work collaboratively with Project Managers and on some workstreams and/or tasks take ownership and manage the delivery of these. • Communicate project progress, issues and risks effectively and timeously to the project manager. Attend and contribute to reporting packs, forums and project steerco/working group meetings. • Complete any project documentation that is required including any additional governance required for the Separation Workstream. • Ensure that solutions conform to Enterprise Architectural standards, Compliance and Company standards always. • Ensure sufficient business training, communications and handover to Production Support teams. • Assist the wider Client Technology team with other initiatives as and when required. Skills Required: • A thorough understanding of the project management life cycle • An understanding of the development life-cycle, development framework methodologies and implementation, with emphasis on Agile or RAD • An understanding of data and application architecture • An understanding of digital systems architecture and production process • Experience dealing with multiple stakeholders in multiple global locations • Experience in web projects (implementation, improvements and rebranding) • Exposure to transactional website projects If you wish to be considered for this role, please submit your CV and I will be in contact to discuss the role in more detail. By applying to this advert you are giving CPS Group (UK) Ltd authority to hold and process your data for this specific role and any other roles we may deem suitable to you over time. We will not pass your data to any third party without your verbal or written permission to do so. All incoming and outgoing calls are recorded for training and compliance purposes. CPS Group (UK) Ltd is acting as an Employment Agency in relation to this vacancy. Our new privacy policy can be found here https://(url removed)/company-policies
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  • £500 - £700/day
Windchill Consultant - Munich Buckleigh & Williams are working with a global organization based in Munich to identify a Senior Windchill Consultant with strong implementation experience for a long-term project. This role will require strong client facing experience, as well as a background working on large scale Windchill implementation projects. This is a 6-month contract based on site in Munich, with an English speaking project team. Rates are all inclusive so please factor in travel. A combination of the following experience is preferred:- * Strong customer facing experience (potentially from a consultancy background) * Ability to conduct workshops, gather requirements, draft Functional Specification documents * Able to create technical design document, and review the deliverable * Should have very good communication and interpersonal skills * Able to conduct workshops, gather requirements, draft Functional Specification documents * Ability to create technical design documents Buckleigh & Williams operates as an employment agency and employment business. No terminology in this advert is intended to discriminate on the grounds of age, and we confirm that we are happy to accept applications from persons of any age for this role. By applying for this role, you accept our Terms and Privacy Policy which can both be found on our website. We take the security of personal data very seriously and by applying for this role you consent that we may hold your personal data on our database (CRM) for the purpose of finding jobs that could match your skill set. If we become aware of any other opportunities that could be of interest to you, we may let you know by either phone, email or SMS
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  • £550 - £600/day
Role: Contract DevOps engineer DevOps Engineer,AWS, Octopus, Jenkins, Azure, WebOps, Node Location: London Rate: £550 - £600 a day (ballpark) Length: 6 months (view to extend) - 1 day remote working available also Client Large Software Solutions Provider who have a passion for cloud, data and dynamic technology. They develop and build to a high standard employing agile methodologies. Going through a huge period of growth they have a strong recruitment drive to delivery some very unique projects globally. Role This role is to help the client rebuild their AWS infrastructure from scratch: • Help build enterprise, scalable cloud based Infrastructure / applications • Collaborate with cross-functional teams to create new features • Write well designed, testable, repeatable infrastructure as code to deliver a quality product • Contribute in all phases of the DevOps lifecycle Key Skills LINUX SYSTEMS ADMIN Octopus Jenkins GIT Node JS Azure • Experience as an Devops Engineer within AWS environments • AWS Cloud experience with API Gateway, EMR, ECS, EKS, Strong IAM, Redshift, Athena • Linux - Redhat, Centos • Configuration Management (Ansible preferred) • CI/CD - Building Pipelines for Infrastructure, Containers and Software Builds • At least one scripting language, i.e. Bash, Perl, Python Desirable (would be nice to have but not essential) • Infrastructure Automation (Terraform preferred) • Knowledge of testing code and infrastructure, ie. inspec, serverspec • Container technologies, ie. Docker, Kubernetes, Swarm, ECS, Helm • AWS Security Best Practices • Monitoring and Alerting with Nagios, ELK, Graphite, Grafana, Zabbix, Sensu etc NODE JS AWS People Source Consulting Ltd is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy. People Source specialise in technology recruitment across niche markets including Information Technology, Digital TV, Digital Marketing, Project and Programme Management, SAP, Digital and Consumer Electronics, Air Traffic Management, Management Consultancy, Business Intelligence, Manufacturing, Telecoms, Public Sector, Healthcare, Finance and Oil & Gas
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  • £600 - £700/day
We have an exciting new opportunity for an experienced Project Manager to work on a large-scale demerger. The Separation Workstream is responsible for managing the transition of services and includes three delivery programmes; Central Services, IT and Marketing. This role will initially be focused on projects being driven by the Marketing Programme within the Separation Workstream. Post the demerger, the role will move on to manage the web re-platforming project. Core task requirements/responsibilities may include: • Take ownership of multiple projects, manage resources and delivery. • Manage project risks, including the development of contingency plans. • Communicate project progress, issues and risks via required reporting packs, forums and project steerco/working group meetings. • Complete any project documentation that is required including any additional governance required for the Separation Workstream. • Identify, gather, analyse and document business requirements and translate these into high level specifications and design. • Effectively communicate business specifications to internal technology teams, developers and/or external vendors (web development is outsourced) • Understand, enhance and deliver improved business processes. • Co-ordinate and respond to testing requirements. • Ensure that solutions conform to Enterprise Architectural standards, Compliance and company standards always. • Ensure sufficient business training, communications and handover to Production Support teams. • Assist the wider Client Technology team with other initiatives as and when required. Skills Required: • A thorough understanding of the project management life cycle • An understanding of the development life-cycle, development framework methodologies and implementation, with emphasis on Agile or RAD • An understanding of data and application architecture • Experience dealing with multiple stakeholders in multiple global locations • Experience in managing web projects (implementation, improvements and rebranding) • Exposure to transactional website projects If you are interested in this position and would like to be considered, please submit your CV and I will be in contact to discuss in more detail. By applying to this advert you are giving CPS Group (UK) Ltd authority to hold and process your data for this specific role and any other roles we may deem suitable to you over time. We will not pass your data to any third party without your verbal or written permission to do so. All incoming and outgoing calls are recorded for training and compliance purposes. CPS Group (UK) Ltd is acting as an Employment Agency in relation to this vacancy. Our new privacy policy can be found here https://(url removed)/company-policies
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Azure Engineer, IaaS, PaaS, Powershell, Automation, Security Location – Liverpool Rate - £400 - £550 Per day Length - 6 Months contract My client is looking to on board x2 Azure Engineers to support the current workloads and future project pipeline! You must have proven Cloud transformation experience and show that you have the understanding to help organisations migrate to Cloud based technologies. This role will be focused on security elements of Azure and also PowerShell scripting. Key Skills: * Azure IaaS and PaaS * ARM Template / JSON scripting experience * Azure Security - Firewalls / monitoring * Network Security Groups * Strong Autonmation experience - Powershell scripting * Infrastruture as a code * Windows 2012 * DSG If you would like to find out more information please contact me on (Apply online only) or you can reach me on
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  • £600/day 600 per day
TXM Recruit are looking for an Operations Project Delivery Manager working on new trains for a global train manufacturer on an initial 6-month contract covering long term sick. Rates on offer are very competitive, working hours are 40 hours per week M-F. If you have the below skill set/experience, please send your cv and I will be I touch to discuss in more detail. Operations Project Delivery Manager Responsibilities: * Managing multiple workstreams and projects from an internal perspective looking at organisational readiness for the delivery of new trains to a variety of train operators. * Manage workstream project plans, establish appropriate project governance and progress through high level reviews/steering groups and report regular weekly progress meetings. * Identify potential slippage and corrective actions to then integrate in the workstream plans and overall corporate plan. Operations Project Delivery Manager Experience: * Ideally railway experience but would consider manufacturing, automotive or aerospace. * Will have 5-10 years’ experience and worked within a service environment, delivering projects against of “service first”. * Multimillion pound project experience. * APM or Prince2 qualified with practical implementation experience. * Energetic, engaging, personable, ability to bring people together in a matrix environment. If you meet the above requirement and are interested in this Operations Project Delivery Manager role, please send through your cv and we’ll be in touch. TXM Recruit is an equal opportunities employer. If you have any specific requirements or require assistance or reasonable adjustments to be made for you during the selection process due to disability or long-term health condition, we will do our best to assist you
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