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  • £22 - £27/hour
A leading national Food manufacturer is recruiting for a Contract Maintenance Engineers to work a 12 day and night shifts an hourly rate of £22ph days/ £27ph nights Ltd rate at their Angus, Scotland site facility for a 3 week plus contract starting on  Friday 13th April. The Contract Maintenance Engineers will have a proven track record within a food environment and have experience of PLC fault finding and reactive and preventative maintenance. This is a fantastic opportunity to join a company who are rapidly growing and expanding.    I am submitting a shortlist of candidates for interview within the next 48 hours. If you wish to be put forward for this excellent opportunity please use the apply now button.     Company Overview    This opportunity for a contract Maintenance Engineers  is a great chance to work for a company that is:    - Currently going through a restructure and business growth.   - Is experiencing considerable market growth   - Is part of a large UK group - Investing in to each UK site    - Family run business - Multi UK sites     Job Description    As a Contract Maintenance Engineer you will be responsible for the following:    - Carrying out Reactive and Planned Preventative scheduled Maintenance on site   - Engineering training on site   - PLC fault finding   - Working within self organising teams supporting other departments.    All applicants must have a time served fully indentured apprenticeship (or equivalent) with an electrical bias and have worked within a food or FMCG environment.    The Contract Maintenance Engineer should have experience / skills / background in:    - Fault finding   - Food Machinery - Packing machinery - Experience of CI The Contract Maintenance Engineer will work a 12 day and night shifts an hourly rate of £22ph days/ £27ph nights Ltd rate at their Angus, Scotland site facility for a 3 week plus contract starting on  Friday 13th Apri   I am submitting a shortlist of candidates for interview within the next 48 hours
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Salary Details: Negotiable depending on skills and experience, with company benefits Benefits: This job includes: * 22 days’ holiday plus Bank Holidays, * Salary sacrifice schemes including childcare vouchers * Workplace Pension and Life Assurance * Employee Assistance Programme. * IMI (ATA) Accreditation Support, through our Nationwide Academy * Mobile Phone Discount Scheme and My Nationwide Car Scheme * Tool Club * My Nationwide Rewards, which includes discounts at Major supermarkets, High Street retailers, Travel & much more! Average saving is around £500 per year * UniformThe job of a Panel Beater As part of a team of specialists you will undertake the repair or replacement of bodywork panels of damaged vehicles, including chassis and framework. to an extremely high standard, adhering to manufacturers literature as appropriate. The Panel Beater job also includes ensuring that equipment used is operated in accordance with defined safety requirements. You will report into the General Manager who has been at Nationwide for a number of years and has an excellent staff retention. He is as passionate about Customers as he is about his team and is absolutely determined to make his Bodyshop the best in group. It’s an amazing time to join due to increased workloads and volume business! What you will be doing Our Bodyshop is fast paced and exciting with lots of opportunity to make an incredible difference and apply your expertise and skill. In the job of Panel Beater you will be repairing many different marques of vehicle. This means performing repairs to an extremely high standard. It is also important for you as a Panel Beater for you to fully understand different manufacturers literature and bulletins so you are fully up-to-date. Another very important aspect of the job is teamwork as you will be working with other colleagues in the Bodyshop as well as across other functional areas. What we think good looks like As a Panel Beater we would like you to have an interest and passion in what we do. With professionalism appearance we would also appreciate it if you had your own stocked toolbox, excellent job knowledge and be highly motivated. Naturally, due to the nature of the job you will need to have a full UK/EU Driving Licence and the relevant qualifications for the job (ATA, NVQ Level 3, or City and Guilds as well as experience in the accident repair environment). We will help and support you with the rest So are you a future Nationwider? About Us Nationwide aims to be the employer of choice within the accident repair industry. We put a lot of time and effort into finding and nurturing the very best candidates for every job, recognising and rewarding your achievements and supporting your personal development. Achieving this goal will help us maintain our position as the one of Europe’s leading accident repair networks. It will also enable us to set the standard by which all other accident repair centres are measured. Nationwide is one of Europe’s largest accident repair networks with 120+ bodyshops, mobile repair, glazing and accident management services. Since our inception, we have set the industry benchmark in accident repair and we continue to provide services to the world’s most recognised car manufacturers and dealerships from all over the world using our tried and tested award-winning approach. We have doubled in size in the last 2 years and with future expansion on the horizon it has never been a better time to join the team. And what about career progression? Well the world is your oyster at Nationwide. As long as you have the right attitude and do a great job, Nationwide will invest in your learning, development and job progression. The obvious choice for you would be to progress to be a Workshop Controller however there are many more jobs in Nationwide that you might be interested in and we will invest in you to help you reach your goals. Take Curtis Woodley, a Panel Beater at Chelmsford Rapid repair. Curtis started as an apprentice and says “I finished my Apprenticeship here but I’ve never stopped learning and developing my skill set. Nationwide have given me the opportunity to complete my ATA Accreditation and Aircon qualification as they saw that I had the potential and that I was eager to learn. I did the course at our Technical Training Centre in Goole which has a team of dedicated trainers just for Nationwide Team Members. Come and join us, it’s awesome”. Nationwide are absolutely committed to making sure you have a great place to work and are excited and engaged in what you are doing. Nationwide will support and reward all of your achievements. What happens next? Press the Apply button now to start your application Once you have applied for the job, we will initially consider your skills and experience based on your CV and application. If you match the job, we will be in touch with you to advise you of the next stage in the process. Nationwide is an equal opportunities employer and positively welcomes all applications from suitably qualified and eligible candidates regardless of sex, race, disability, age, sexual orientation, gender reassignment, religion or belief, marital status, or pregnancy and maternity. We’re Social Follow us on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn & YouTube to see our latest news, events and other job opportunities #WeFixYourCareer #OneNationwideOneTeam Please note: On accepting an offer of employment with Nationwide, you are providing us with permission and consent to proceed with our reference and vetting process. Our offers of employment are subject to satisfactory references and in some cases a criminal records check. We may require information that covers the last 6 years of your employment and personal history. You will be required to provide evidence of your eligibility to work in the UK. Please ensure you have this information available
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  • £30 - £35/hour
Design Draughtsperson - Montrose Blueprint Recruitment is currently working with an award winning and customer focused Gas Turbine business. Due to the continued success and growth within the company they are now recruiting for Design Draughtsperson to be based out of their site in Montrose on an initial contract up to 6 months. The Role As a Design Draughtsperson there is an opportunity to use and grow your professional experience in 3D and 2D detailing of pressure vessels, piping, structure and packaged components, contributing to design of essential offshore equipment and multilevel skid packages. Your competence with multiphase fluids processing, including separation, mixing, water treatment and sand handling will support your interface with our multi-discipline department (process, control and instrumentation, mechanical, design engineering, fabrication and project management). With the guidance of the Senior Design Draughtsman and Engineering Manager your duties will include taking ownership of specific components design across multiple projects, active checking of own and others work and chairing team meetings on the occasion. Your proven awareness of the commercial implications of design, draughting and engineering decision making, attention to detail, ability to support other team members, keen focus on delivery and the ability to turn client-driven requirements into profitable solutions will propel your expertise toward new responsibilities and challenges within the Design Team. Duties & Responsibilities: o Produce and check drawings, 3D models and design o Ensure all deliverables are technically in accordance with client requirements o Ensure timely and thorough review of client specifications and communication of findings o Participate in internal design review meetings being aware of commercial implications o Ensure that internal checking and approvals procedures are adhered to o Ensure that document numbering and revision control procedure is conformed to o Preparation and checking of Technical Requisition documents for sub-vended engineering scope o Assist in the preparation of Technical Requisitions for any 3rd party design review or verification o Reviewing and recommending Subcontract/Sub-vendor quotes o Review and respond to client comments o Report any design changes which may have a cost or schedule impact to the relevant project personnel o Attend and participate in client meetings always ensuring customer care is at the foremost position o Contribute to the investigation, resolution and documentation of Engineering Queries in a timely and technically acceptable fashion o Contribute to induction training o Be fully aware of personal workload, prioritise and organise to ensure deadlines are achieved o Ensure a high standard of professionalism is maintained and that customer care is foremost o Maintain a high standard of housekeeping in the work area and department o Ensure personal compliance with all HSE legislation and HSE Company policy o Contribute to the development of systems and improvement in working practices and processes o Be fully familiar and conversant with department and company policies, procedures and processes, ensuring all work and actions undertaken are in full compliance at all times o Support other departments and carry out other duties as and when business requirements dictate as may be reasonably expected by line manager o Travel as and when required Requirements Qualifications " HNC /HND in an Engineering discipline or equivalent Experience " Experience in a similar position " Working knowledge of Oil and Gas Process Technology Skills & Training " Computer literacy (including good command of Microsoft Excel, Word, Outlook and AutoCAD suite, including Plant 3D) " Knowledgeable of PED and ASME and their application " Participating in meetings " Understanding of engineering documents and drawings (e.g. been able to read P&IDs, ISO drawings, calculation reports etc. and been able to extract useful information for design) Apply If you are interested in the position and have the experience and attributes required then please get in touch
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Nightshift Labourer Angus, Dundee 3 month contract £10 - £12 per hour I have an excellent opportunity available for a labourer based in Angus, Dundee to...
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  • £8 - £8.20/hour
Key Personnel are recruiting forklift operators to work in one of our clients facilities in Angus. This is a temporary position for a maximum of 3 months. Successful candidates will not only be operating the forklifts, but will also be required to work in the warehouse collating customer orders ready for dispatch. You will also be required to assist in moving products, heavy lifting and packing the lorry's. Shifts are as follows: Monday to Thursday 08:30 - 17:00. 08:00 - 15:30 Fridays Requirements: * A current forklift certificate. * A Can-Do attitude. * Comfortable working to tight deadlines. * Excellent customer service skills. * Previous experience in warehousing or food production. Apply below
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