Short term/Long term
RT Consulting have been delivering innovative change & transformation to Government and Defence, Transport, Rail, Learning and Development, and Utilities Sectors for over 30 years. Our Associates are challenged to bring expert knowledge and creativity to drive sustainable and lasting change across our programmes.
We are now looking for a Cost Controller to join one of our largest defence programmes at RT Consulting. You will be based on our client site in Henlow and this role will involve regular liaisons with teams in Bristol, and therefore semi-regular travel.
As the Cost Controller, you will be working directly with client and project stakeholders building strong relationships within the Finance & Accounting functions, so you will possess excellent stakeholder engagement and influencing skills.
The Cost Controller will be responsible for:
Consistency and accuracy of management cost information and financial performance reporting in a procurement and/or in-service support environment
Performance reporting and Audit Support
Variance Analysis and Reporting
Risk Management and Investment decisionsKey experiences we are looking for include:
Experience within Financial/Cost Management
Experience of delivering Financial reporting and forecasting
Ability to build key relationships and influence at all levelsDue to the nature of this project, the Cost Controller will need to be Security Cleared or willing an eligible to go throw the clearance process.
RT Consultants have the opportunity to work across some of the largest, most complex Programmes of work being delivered across the UK. As a permanent member of the RT Society, we aim to offer you as much support and project continuity as possible. We also have a dedicated web based platform where you can interact with other RT Society members.
(Please note that due to a large number of applications, we are not always able to respond to you if you are not suitable for the project, however we will hold on to your CV for future projects).
This role falls inside IR35
Temp to perm
6am-3pm Mon - Fri (42.5 Hours)
Exciting opportunity for an established Gardener to work for one of the UK's largest grounds maintenance contractors in their landscaping division. They are looking for an experienced grounds maintenance operative who has the experience working on estates as well as larger grounds. The successful candidate must have:
1) Experience Gardening
2) Be able to complete strimming, hedge cutting, lawn mowing, pruning.
3) Have used gardening machinery before
4) Drivers license (Or be able to get to Coursers Farm site every day for 6am)
For more details on this position please contact Harry Staines on (phone number removed)
Resourcing Group is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy
We are currently looking to recruit an experienced Mechanic, for an exciting new opportunity in the Bedford area.
As a Mechanic, you’ll be an all-rounder who can perform a full range of tasks on vehicle re-works. Based in a large automotive manufacturing environment the ideal candidate must be able to adapt to various job tasks, e.g. general bodywork removal and refit, light & heavy mechanical work and general diagnostics,fault finding and mechanical inspections.
* Various tasks on Vehicle Re-works: Fit and strip both mechanical and body parts from vehicles including body panel, interiors, gear boxes etc. as well as remove engines, and suspensions
* Accessing and removing damaged components and replacing with new components
* Replace faulty alternators, generators, starter motors, and related items such as voltage regulators and batteries, and repair or replace faulty ignition systems, electrical wiring, fuses, lamps and switches
* Logging all repairs either manually or on a digital data system, detailing the work done
* Carry out work within a realistic time, be this time either manufacturers, locally negotiated or a combination of both or by agreed schedules of work
If this position is of any interest please submit your CV or contact Chris at HP4 Recruitment
Senior Systems Engineer (Sensor Systems - Architectures and Requirements)
A global aerospace and defence organisation are seeking a Senior Systems Engineer with experience of creating and developing system architectures and requirements, to apply their knowledge to the development of a world-leading multispectral integrated sensing suite for a next-generation combat aircraft.
Responsibilities - Senior Systems Engineer
Development of architectures and control mechanisms for sensor management and sensor data exploitation.
Perform analysis and modelling to demonstrate the effectiveness of architectures and control mechanisms.
Liaise with sensors and communications technical specialist teams to:
Define requirements and architectures for the integrated sensing suite.
Design control mechanisms for elements of the integrated sensing suite.
Develop and challenge system modelling and analysis approaches.
Produce system-level requirements, architectures and interface definitions, utilising SysML (Systems Modelling Language).
Skills and Qualifications - Senior Systems Engineer
Significant experience working with high-performance RF / EO / IR sensor systems.
Familiar with use of SysML modelling tools
Strong proficiency in architecture and requirements generation and management.
Good understanding of acceptance criteria relating to requirements and architecture sign-off at varying stages of maturity.
Experienced in interface definition activities for complex systems.
Ability to lead work packages, assuming ownership and responsibility for deliverables in accordance with project plans and guidelines.
Experience in developing team members, with regards to systems architecture / engineering skills and techniques.
Self-motivated with a strong aptitude for problem-solving and decision-making within projects involving a high degree of design complexity and significant levels of uncertainty.
Excellent verbal and written communication skills, with experience of delivery to a variety of internal and external stakeholders of varying seniorities.
Undergraduate Engineering degree or related scientific discipline.
Good but not essential:
In-depth knowledge of passive and active RF sensor systems, including signal processing methods for detection, measurement, identification, and countermeasure.
Demonstrable knowledge of Radar, EO/IR and/or EW technology, performance, operational capabilities, and operational (mission) use.
Proficiency in engineering / mathematical modelling using MATLAB and Simulink
Engineering Chartership (or a member of a professional engineering organisation).
Experience in hardware / firmware / software development for product delivery.
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Maternity Cover contract for experienced Teacher of History through to end of January 2021
This school situated on the Beds and Herts borders offers a great opportunity to join a school with talented students and committed, highly motivated staff and working closely with a local MAT which is expects to join in the very near future along with a desire and vision to become a centre of excellence.
Currently there is an immediate need for an experienced Teacher of History to provide maternity cover through to the end of January 2021.
You will already posses a strong background in teaching History - with the ability to deliver the full duties of a teaching position, including all planning, marking, feeding back to parents, attending staff meetings & CPD sessions, demonstrate excellent classroom control and good interpersonal skills with staff and students.
The School gives high priority to CPD and the successful candidate will benefit from the start with continued support in your personal career goals
For a confidential discussion about this role call me on (phone number removed) or simply apply now and I will get back to you.