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Global Highland are looking for an experienced Groundworker for work in Angus. Valid Dumper/Roller ticket - NPORS or CPCS and also DOMS would be desirable. Happy to review any CVs of local candidates to the area due to no subsistence or accommodation with this post. Only successful applicants will be responded to. Global Highland is a leading recruitment company providing services as an Employment Agency and Employment Business for those looking for permanent and temporary work and to organisations looking to find suitable workers
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Description To carry out microbiological monitoring/product testing or associated support activities in accordance with Standard Operating Procedures, methods or protocols. To complete documentation associated with these activities at the time and accurately with attention to detail. To calibrate and maintain laboratory equipment Carry out relevant laboratory investigations for out of specification or atypical results with the team leader or senior technician. To ensure all relevant GSK and Agency policies and procedures are known, followed and applied as required including: o High standards of GMP/GLP standards are followed at all times when on site o All Site safety requirements are followed at all times when on site o Correct PPE is worn as required at all times o Training records are kept up to date o Work areas are kept up to 5S standards Additional information about the process All profiles will be reviewed against the required skills and experience. Due to the high number of applications, we will only be able to respond to successful applicants in the first instance. We thank you for your interest and the time taken to apply
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  • £16.03/hour + Benefits
We are currently looking for Mechanical Fitters to join our Client in the Angus area on a contract basis with an estimated length of 4 months. You will be working on topside modules for the Oil & Gas sector Experienced Required " Time Served " Previous Experience within a Fabrication Shop " Oil & Gas Sector experience (desirable) This is an opportunity for skilled Mechanical Fitters in the Angus area to work with a truly global client with long term possibilities. Rates & Benefits (PAYE only. No Ltd, CIS or Umbrella) " £16.03ph PAYE " Holidays " Pension Contribution These positions will last several months with loads of overtime & shift working. PAYE only, (no LTD Co. or Umbrella) £16.03 per hour, overtime & shift allowance paid at enhanced rates. No accommodation allowance however local digs are relatively cheap. Apply Give Robert a call on (phone number removed) or email to discuss the position in more detail. View all our jobs at (url removed) Blueprint Recruitment Limited offers the services of an employment agency for permanent work and an employment business for temporary work
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  • £25 - £30/hour
A leading national Food manufacturer is recruiting for a Contract Maintenance Engineers to work a 4 on 4 off days and nights an hourly rate of £30ph days/nights Ltd rate at their Angus, Scotland site facility for a 3 month plus contract starting on asap. 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 Engineers to work a 4 on 4 off days and nights an hourly rate of £30ph days/nights Ltd rate at their Angus, Scotland site facility for a 3 month plus contract starting on asap. I am submitting a shortlist of candidates for interview within the next 48 hours
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Description: Job Purpose The Quality team exists to deliver effective and efficient services in the area of Quality to the GSK Montrose site. The Quality Laboratory team exists to manage operational quality laboratory activities for the GSK Montrose site in a compliant, lean and effective way. The purpose of the Quality Analyst role is to ensure that i) day-to-day and routine analysis is completed in an effective and timely manner ii) interface with other parts of the Quality Directorate to ensure that there is a smooth and efficient flow of products from the site iii) to support interfaces with other GSK Montrose Departments to ensure that they are effective for all parties iv) significant quality or compliance issues are escalated through the appropriate management lines and/or management processes. Key Responsibilities: To work as part of a high-performing team and is responsible for carrying out routine analysis on IPC, raw materials, manufactured and stability samples using classical and chromatographic techniques as appropriate. To provide an effective analytical service for the analysis of non-routine samples and to assist in the troubleshooting of production problems. To be actively involved in activities that are required for the effective running of the Quality laboratory. Activities include, but are not limited to the review and preparation of procedures e.g. LSOPs, validation reviews and OE improvement activities. To work to current Good Laboratory Practice (cGLP) in a highly regulated environment, following the defined procedures (LSOPs). Required to be actively involved in various audit teams e.g. GMP, housekeeping and safety and self inspection audits. Required to carry out SAP activities. Involved in supporting Continuous Improvement (CI) and OE initiatives in the laboratory. Involved in training staff in the analytical techniques in the department. To proactively support Visual Factory excellence activities at the GSK Montrose site. To support the Quality Shared Services, especially the Quality Analytical Shared Service, as directed by the Quality Laboratory Leader with the aim of ensuring the highest level of performance for GSK Montrose and Primary Supply. To support other analysis at GSK Montrose as directed by the Quality Laboratory Leader Key accountabilities of the role are To work as part of a team and is responsible for carrying out routine analysis on IPC, raw materials, manufactured and stability samples using classical and chromatographic techniques as appropriate. Resolving quality issues that are disrupting the smooth and efficient operation of the Quality laboratory, Directorate or GSK Montrose site. To actively support the Quality Directorate in continuous improvement processes for simplifying quality and related processes, including issues associated with analysis. To actively support the interface with the Quality Shared Services and other on-site departments for the mutual benefit of the Quality Laboratory Additional information about the process All profiles will be reviewed against the required skills and experience. Due to the high number of applications, we will only be able to respond to successful applicants in the first instance. We thank you for your interest and the time taken to apply
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  • £16.03/hour + PAYE
Our client is a major force in the Oil & Gas industry. For their manufacturing facility in Montrose we have a requirement for a skilled Electrical Technician / Engineer. You will be a time served (or equivalent) Electrical Technician / Engineer with several years post apprenticeship experience. You will have worked in heavy engineering (Oil & Gas) environments. You will be experienced working with instrumentation (install, testing etc.), calibration, wiring, glanding of Ex cable & equipment. You will be able to work shifts (if required). Previous experience in a similar role / environment is required. Comp EX 01-04 required. The role is due to start immediately with an anticipated duration of three months, this may go on longer. This position is PAYE pay only paid weekly, we cannot provide accommodation or expenses. Hourly rate is set by our client with enhanced payments for overtime. If you are interested in applying or would like further information then please send your cv in confidence to John Johnson, View all our jobs at (url removed) Blueprint Recruitment Limited offers the services of an employment agency for permanent work and an employment business for temporary work. This position may be one of numerous opportunities we are handling that you could have an interest in pursuing. If you have not been in touch with us before please call us on (phone number removed) or email your contact and we will make sure the most relevant consultant gets back to you as soon as possible. Please note that we never send CV's out without your prior consent
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Demonstrates capabilities and deep understanding; relating to the requirements of the role as specified in the job description. Taking a lead in preparing, reviewing and analysing all Finance Compliance requirements and support Month End schedules/reports and provide detailed variance analysis and supporting commentaries as well as involvement in financial planning and forecasting partnering with the business. Key Responsibilities Webcycle resolution assistance, , GRNi closure Financial Compliance lead SarbOx, controlling documentation and performing controls and testing of controls, involvement in self inspection and local audit programs Budgeting/Forecasting Participate in financial planning exercises, working with the Finance Business Partners and business areas to analyse and provide data on production variances, operational spend, capital spend and inventory. Month-end & Year-end carry out all activities in support of SMAS primarily around adhoc journals, , OPEX review, and Performance Management metrics. Business Support provide financial support to the business areas for all aspects of operational spend, variance & inventory reporting and SFS processes. Communicate Performance Management Metrics through level 3 meetings Financial analysis for decision support Work with SMAS & UK-SFS organisations to provide accurate financial data, assist in issue resolution and implementation of initiatives and changes to WOW. Be fully competent to provide professional finance advice to site business areas Main Skills: Ensure reporting deadlines and requests for data are completed to timelines. Ability to work and communicate effectively with different groups and levels within GSK. Part qualified ACCA, ACA, CGMA, CPA, , Finance Graduate or equivalent experience committed to gaining a professional finance qualification. Work safely and remain financially compliant Strong personal accountability with a proactive approach to raising and resolving issues. Good verbal and written communication skills. Team orientated and able to work with staff at all levels. Experience in budgetary control and cost management accounting. Ability to work with confidential information and understand policies associated with its control eg PIIR Knowledge of Microsoft Office Products, Spreadsheet skills, and knowledge of financial systems (SAP) Knowledge of Procure to Pay processes Financial Compliance Financial Planning participation Month end support to SMAS and Business Partners To contribute to continuous improvement in the finance and procure to pay processes Working with UK-SFS and SMAS in line with agreed SLA s Provide financial support and professional expertise to business areas on and off-site. To complete any tasks the job holder is trained to do as requested by the Finance Business Partners Adherence with current GSK Finance Policies & Reporting eg BISON, SAP COGNOS & International Finance Reporting Standards (IFRS) with guidance from Finance Business Partners Interaction with UK-SFS, SMAS & Divisional Finance Ability to identify and anticipate issues then resolve them Personal challenges: Assured, Assertive, Persuasive, Decisive, Results Focused Good working within a team environment Will work with the minimum of direct supervision. Ability to prioritise effectively. Continuously improve processes Preferred Requirements Experience of working effectively within a team Presentation & training skills Experience of GSK systems and processes Experience working with client groups with ability to influence and challenge stakeholders at various levels Understanding of underlying business drivers Proficient financial knowledge of modeling, analysis, evaluation, and forecasting All profiles will be reviewed against the required skills and experience. Due to the high number of applications we will only be able to respond to successful applicants in the first instance. We thank you for your interest and the time taken to apply! If you match these requirements, please apply in the normal way. Elevate will send you an email, please open, click and action that email as soon as possible. Once the application process is completed within Elevate, your application will then visible to the hiring recruiter. If you don't complete the process in Elevate you will not be visible to the recruiter or hiring manager. If you have any problems at all with the process you can contact the Elevate support team at any time on team@elevatedirect
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