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ERP Project Manager / Oracle / Contract / Oracle Project Manager/ PM A global ecommerce business are looking for an experienced Project Managers to join the company to help with the implementation / growth of a sizable Oracle ERP project.  The Role:  The Project Manager will be brought in on a competitively paid day rate contract. As a Project Manager in the IT department this role will be focused on the support to the Business Readiness team on a major transformation project for an oracle ERP system. A key part of this role is to work with the Change Managers, Training, and Communications Specialists teams to drive forward the IT Programme to help support business requirements and wider business functions.  The key responsibilities include: - Proven project management within business change in a business-driven ERP rollout (multi country, preferably global). These projects would have included business process change, and the introduction of new global working practices - Experience of global transformation programmes in fast moving business environments, co-ordinating and co-operating with other workstream leads. - Excellent task planning and tracking skills - Confident engaging and working with diverse stakeholders - Excellent communicator with the ability to liaise at all levels - Effective workshop facilitator - Experience of key change management deliverables such as stakeholder engagement maps, change impact assessments, business readiness plans, go live support models. If you are available for contract work then please respond directly to this advert for immediate feedback on your CV. Interview slots are available this week. ERP Project Manager / Oracle / Contract / Oracle Project Manager/ PM
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Windows Systems Administrator Cambridge 6 Month Contract Competitive Market Rates An exciting opportunity has arisen with Cooper Lomaz for an experienced Windows Systems Administrator to work with one of our very well established clients based in Cambridge. This is an excellent position within an organisation that is well known for providing an outstanding, working environment for their employees. Key skills include: - Citrix XenApp 5/6/7 (Essential) - Windows Server 2008R2/2012R2 (Essential) - Windows 10 - Exchange 2010 - SCCM - VMWare ESX 5/6 - SCCM - ADFS Please apply now for immediate consideration as my client are looking to move quickly. #BrilliantlyConnected
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Graeme Pallas is recruiting for a Development Scientist to join a laboratory automation equipment developer and manufacturer at their site located in Cambridge. The successful Development Scientist will be employed on an initial 6 month contract and there may be a likelihood of a further extension. Based within an R&D team you will be responsible for the early stage development of new and innovative products with much of the work focussing around the development of automated small-scale bioprocessing equipment. Further responsibilities will include: - Planning and executing experiments - Execute biological and biochemical based assays - Preparation of data and reports To be considered for this Development Scientist position you will have the following qualifications, knowledge and experience: - Qualification in a relevant field of study (i.e. Biochemical Engineering, Biology or Chemical Engineering) - Experience with mammalian cell or micro-organism culture - Experience of bioreactor operation - Instrumentation development experience - Ability to analyse complex technical data and plan project work Please note that your CV should show exact dates of employment (month and year) and any gaps of a month or more should be explained. CK Group is an Equal Opportunities employer and welcomes applications from all who meet our selection criteria. If you do not hear back from us within 5 working days of your application for this role, it means that on this occasion you have not been shortlisted for the next stage of the recruitment campaign. Entitlement to work in the EEA is essential. Please quote reference DH41090 in all correspondence
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Dayrate GDPR role available - West Cambridgeshire. 6 Months - Implementation of the GDPR Project as a whole
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Mandarin speaking procurement assistant Our client is a leading global information and communications technology (ICT) solutions provider. Through their dedication to customer-centric innovation and strong partnerships, they have established end-to-end advantages in telecom networks, devices and cloud computing. Their products and solutions have been deployed in over 140 countries, serving more than one third of the world's population. Job Context The role of Procurement Assistant will involve ensuring the timely and efficient delivery of goods and services as part of the CEG and Procurement Team. Main Responsibilities * Prioritising and taking action on incoming purchase requests; Liaising with internal stakeholders to review and clarify requirements. * Inputting data onto systems to raise purchase ordering * Ensuring the timely delivery of goods or services purchased from suppliers by tracking order and confirm lead times, delivery dates and costs. * Resolving any scheduling difficulties, taking preventative action to avoid re-occurrence * Liaison with Finance Department in identifying/resolving invoice discrepancies and system disputes. * Archive the recorded documents. * Supporting company Health, Safety & Environmental policies within the company Skills/Qualification Essential * Experience in relevant office software and Information Management Systems with the ability to maintain the data in purchase ledger. * Attention to detail & ability to work in a pressurised time sensitive environment. * Data entry, data auditing, creating data reports & monitoring all data for accuracy. Desirable * Good capability levels in analysis and interpretation of data and being able to draw qualitative conclusions. * Strong communication skills with the confidence to challenge business processes / information, where appropriate. * Good command of MS Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook) Personal Attributes * Ability to effectively communicate with stakeholders to ensure the right outcomes for both the organisation and internal/external stakeholders. * Hands-on, can-do attitude. * Well organized and structured working style. * Good team spirit and open to a diverse workforce and a Chinese business culture. * Capability to interact at all levels within the Company. * Professional approach internally and externally at all times If you are interested in applying, please call Lin, (Apply online only) or send your latest CV Project People is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy
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Back End Developer   Cambridge, Cambridgeshire   £350 - £450 per day (permanent opportunities available)   This is an exciting opportunity for an experienced software developer who values the unique characteristics of a start-up environment - exciting work, innovative atmosphere, variety, flexibility, responsibility, rapid personal growth and the ability to really make a difference.       Support Robotics is on a mission to transform customer care in the mobile and connected devices industry. Our cloud-based platform and mobile apps use automation and AI to provide ground-breaking customer experience management to mobile network operators, OEMs and retailers.    Since beginning our journey, we have experienced substantial success; winning a significant multi-year contract has provided us with a secure platform upon which we can take our product offering to the next level. As such, we’re looking for a Back End Developer to join us, either on a six month contract or permanent basis.  As a Back End Developer, you will be working in a fast-paced environment, primarily on the back end development and customisation of our cloud platform together with the micro-services which enable it to integrate with 3rd party systems.   You will be designing and implementing innovative software solutions to complex challenges and seeing your efforts materialise into mission critical solutions for our clients within a short time.  Projects range in length anywhere from a couple of months up to a year. We will form small high-performance teams for each project and you will engage in a variety of tasks such as daily stand-ups, whiteboard design sessions, writing code, writing unit tests, performing code reviews and attending client teleconferences. You may be asked to lead projects or sub-projects from time to time.   Interested? To be considered, you’ll need:        - At least two years’ experience of working on software engineering projects as part of a team    - To be highly skilled in at least one object oriented language, such as Java or C++   - Experience of JavaScript and Node.js  - A self-motivated approach and the ability to work with a high level of autonomy    - Great prioritisation skills    - A creative approach to problem-solving        Experience of NoSQL, REST and cloud services would be highly beneficial, but this is not essential.       We’d like to have a further conversation with you if you have experience as a Back End Developer, Software Engineer, Software Developer, Software App Developer, Application Developer, OO Programmer or Programmer.       Support Robotics are keen for experienced developers to join us on this exciting journey on a permanent basis. Joining our team will enable you to benefit from;  - Competitive starting salary of £40,000 - £50,000 DOE   - Develop your career with an established start-up    - Great personal development opportunities    - Fantastic offices, based within an innovation centre within Cambridge University, where regular seminars and networking events are held with entrepreneurs and investors   - A collaborative and innovative culture    - The opportunity to travel to client meetings and workshops around the world (however, this is not essential)    - The chance to earn early stage share options   Webrecruit and Support Robotics are equal opportunities employers, value diversity and are strongly committed to providing equal employment opportunities for all employees and all applicants for employment. Equal opportunities are the only acceptable way to conduct business and we believe that the more inclusive our environments are, the better our work will be.      To apply for the role of Back End Developer, please apply via the button shown. This vacancy is being advertised by Webrecruit. The services advertised by Webrecruit are those of an Employment Agency
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Front End Developer  Cambridge, Cambridgeshire  £350 - £450 per day (permanent opportunities available)  This is an exciting opportunity for an experienced software developer who values the unique characteristics of a start-up environment - exciting work, innovative atmosphere, variety, flexibility, responsibility, rapid personal growth and the ability to really make a difference.  Support Robotics is on a mission to transform customer care in the mobile and connected devices industry. Our cloud-based platform and mobile apps use automation and AI to provide ground-breaking customer experience management to mobile network operators, OEMs and retailers.  Since beginning our journey, we have experienced substantial success; winning a significant multi-year contract has provided us with a secure platform upon which we can take our product offering to the next level. As such, we’re looking for a Front End Developer to join us, either on a six month contract or permanent basis.  As a Front End Developer, you will be working in a fast-paced environment, primarily on the front end development and customisation of our end-user mobile apps and our browser-based business applications.  You will be designing and implementing innovative software solutions and automated workflows which over time are increasingly moving towards AI technology and your efforts will materialise into mission critical solutions for our clients within a very short time.  Projects range in length anywhere from a couple of months up to a year. We will form small high-performance teams for each project and you will engage in a variety of tasks such as daily stand-ups, whiteboard design sessions, writing code, writing unit tests, performing code reviews and attending client teleconferences. You may be asked to lead projects or sub-projects from time to time.  Interested? To be considered, you’ll need:  - At least two years’ experience of working on software engineering projects as part of a team  - To be highly skilled in at least one object oriented language, such as Java or C++  - Experience of JavaScript, AngularJS and HTML/CSS  - A self-motivated approach and the ability to work with a high level of autonomy  - Great prioritisation skills  - A creative approach to problem-solving  Experience of Node.js, Bootstrap and REST would be highly beneficial, but this is not essential.  We’d like to have a further conversation with you if you have experience as a Front End Developer, Software Engineer, Software Developer, Software App Developer, Application Developer, Developer or Programmer.  Support Robotics are keen for experienced developers to join us on this exciting journey on a permanent basis. Joining our team will enable you to benefit from;  - Competitive starting salary of £40,000 - £50,000 DOE  - Develop your career with an established start-up  - Great personal development opportunities  - Fantastic offices, based within an innovation centre within Cambridge University, where regular seminars and networking events are held with entrepreneurs and investors  - A collaborative and innovative culture  - The opportunity to travel to client meetings and workshops around the world (however, this is not essential)  - The chance to earn early stage share options  Webrecruit and Support Robotics are equal opportunities employers, value diversity and are strongly committed to providing equal employment opportunities for all employees and all applicants for employment. Equal opportunities are the only acceptable way to conduct business and we believe that the more inclusive our environments are, the better our work will be.  To apply for the role of Front End Developer, please apply via the button shown. This vacancy is being advertised by Webrecruit. The services advertised by Webrecruit are those of an Employment Agency
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Need a new freelance role working for a tier 1 main contractor? Or maybe you would like to further you Civil knowledge and work within the highways sector. We are currently searching for a Site Supervisor to work in the East Anglia region delivering Highways packages which consist of Roads, drainage, surfacing etc. Previous experience in this field is essential and relevant candidates will interview and start immediately. Benefits: * Attractive rates * Work with a major tier 1 contractor * On site parking * Flexible working hours Roles and responsibilities: * Opening and closing site on a daily basis * Carrying out site inductions for any new engineers on site * Keeping a daily record of who is on site and the contractor they are working under * Ensuring contractors are keeping their area standards up and documented if not * You will be the point of contact for the contractors should there be any issue on site and seek to resolve any queries via checking design drawings or the Project Manager * Ensuring all health and safety on site * Progress reporting to the Project Manager. Candidate Requirements: * Degree or NVQ in Civil Engineering or equivalent * Excellent communication and organisation skills * A valid CSCS, SSSTS, NRSWA and first aid ticket * Previously delivered highways maintenance packages Think this is a job you may be interested in? Please submit your CV for more information. Alternatively, if you know someone who may be interested we offer a £200 referral fee for successfully placed candidates. Randstad CPE values diversity and promotes equality. No terminology in this advert is intended to discriminate against any of the protected characteristics that fall under the Equality Act 2010. We encourage and welcome applications from all sections of society and are more than happy to discuss reasonable adjustments and/or additional arrangements as required to support your application. Candidates must be eligible to live and work in the UK. For the purposes of the Conduct Regulations 2003, when advertising permanent vacancies we are acting as an Employment Agency, and when advertising temporary/contract vacancies we are acting as an Employment Business
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Mechanical Technician (Contract) Contract “This is your chance to enter the ever-growing rail sector” The Company Our client is a World-Famous specialist in the modification, overhaul and servicing of Rolling Stock and look after a variety of well-known clients throughout the country. Employing well over 150 people in the UK they are winning work like there’s no tomorrow and have contracts to carry out long term servicing and exam work as well as a whole host of mods. The time has come to welcome some additional, experienced personnel to this traditional company to enable them to fulfil their contracts. Your Role As a Mechanical Technician you will be responsible for ensuring that the Rolling Stock is safe to run by carrying out the final checks on doors and underframe and sending the fleet to collect its passengers. You will get involved with mechanical checks ensuring that every aspect of the fleet is safe and ready to leave the depot. This company are responsible for ensuring that their client receive the highest DfT score possible for performance and reliability so it’s not just one train you are responsible for. The spotlight is on you for the entire contract!! This is a real chance to shine!! You You will most likely be an experienced Aerospace or HGV technician who is looking to get into the World of Rolling Stock. You will be a self-starter who needs little or no supervision and most of all you will enjoy working on these classic trains and looking for night shift work. You will be expected to demonstrate that you have an Apprenticeship or a minimum of an NVQ Level 3. Preferably dual trained but if not don’t worry, you will be still be considered. And if you’ve been out of the industry for a while but are looking to make a return we would also love to hear from you. Your Reward As the latest addition to this expanding organisation you will receive an hourly rate of £17 and will be given the opportunity to demonstrate your knowledge with a possibility of staying long-term (who knows what the future holds?). This depot is a great place to work and is a lovely part of the country. How to Apply If you’re interested in this contract please call Dean Chester on (Apply online only) or (Apply online only). Alternatively please email your CV to
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Net Temps are currently recruiting for a team of experienced pipe layers/fitters on behalf of one of our leading Civil Engineering clients. You will be working on the Anglian Water Framework (waste water). - Luton - Stanford To apply for this role you must have: - PPE - CSCS card - Previous experience in clean or waste water industry Immediate starts!!!! - Must be able to submit a CV of previous work experience Rates are dependent on location (no digs) and experience (£13-15ph). If you are interested in this role please apply within or call into the Nottingham Head Office on (Apply online only). "Net Temps is advertising this vacancy in its capacity as an Employment Business. Net Temps supplies both temporary and permanent labour to the Construction, Engineering and Allied industries throughout the UK. Register with us on (Apply online only) Visit our website at (url removed) Follow us on twitter at @Net_Temps Please note, due to the high volume of applicants only those who are successful will be contacted. Net Temp is an equal opportunities employer
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