Jenni Woolley at CK Group is recruiting for a Research Project Manager to join a company in the Pharmaceutical industry at their site based in Cambridge on an 12 month contract basis with scope for extension.
Our client is one of the largest bio-pharmaceutical companies operating in the UK. They are committed to helping the UK develop the talent it needs to achieve the aspiration of being a global leader in life sciences, from the school classroom to PhDs. They are committed to working with the NHS, academia and other healthcare organisations to improve the delivery of healthcare and achieve the best health outcomes for people in the UK.
The position will be based at our clients Device Centre of Excellence where they specialise in the design and development of drug delivery devices, such as injectors or inhalers. The DCoE group based at Cambridge, UK is responsible for the design of new devices, along with the testing and industrialization. This said, this particular role will work on a much broader scope of products covering our client's entire portfolio.
As a Scientific and Project Manager, you will work as part of the Innovative Medicines Initiative (IMI) public private partnership and will thrive on the opportunity to lead coordination and project management of our client's cross divisional IMI portfolio.
You will provide a broad scope of support to further the goal of connecting the company with leading external innovative science by building networks and relationships with key opinion leaders across the industry. The opportunity comes with the chance to support multi-disciplinary matrixed teams across divisions and countries and with external partners as well as representatives from the European Commission.
Day to day duties will differ with exciting new projects and research occurring everyday. Primarily you will be responsible with the coordination and project management of research projects in the IMI portfolio and therefore liaise cross-functionally and externally on a daily basis. More specifically you will:
-Providing operational reporting leadership and coordination and guidance to colleagues of IMI process and procedures.
-Be responsible for ensuring appropriate and efficient completion of audit requirements.
-Liaise with other departments to understand priorities and assist in building projects that align with strategic objectives.
-Work with teams engaged in IMI consortia to identify and communicate impactful outcomes.
-Ensure effective coordination, collation, communication and reporting of information on the IMI program.
-Provide effective coordination between company divisions and external parties including EFPIA and IMI.
Our client is looking for an enthusiastic candidate, ideally with a research background, who would thoroughly enjoy working across a diverse scope of products and research. They are hoping for a self-starter, motivator and organiser who can multi-task across multiple projects, work to deadlines and be a confident communicator.
To be successful in this role you will have experience and a proven track record of project management, metric and financial reporting and scientific input. In addition, you have the following skills, knowledge and experience:
-Prior experience in a Healthcare / research environment.
-Expertise in engaging and leading matrixed teams both internally and with external organisations.
-Ideally a track record of project management of external alliances.
-Strong team player.
-Experience in coordinating projects and collating data and prioritizing in a proactive manner work requirements to meet team aims.
-Enthusiastic, and focused on representing the company with unquestioned integrity and will be viewed as a key contact for efficient running of the IMI Office.
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 KA43077 in all correspondence
ROLE: C++ / QT Software Engineer
LOCATION: Remote working (Cambridge)
DURATION: 6 months
RATE: £market rates
My client are a market leader in the production of display screens for medical devices. They’re looking for a software engineer to work on the development of their user interfaces. You will need:
- C++ knowledge
- Linux & Windows exposure
- QT / QML
The following skills are beneficial:
- Medical devices (or other safety critical experience)
If you’re interested or know anyone that might be, please send me your CV or call me to discuss
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Job Title: Customer Services Adviser & Training Support
Sector: Public Sector / Local Authority – Housing & Planning
Duration: 3-6 Months
Remuneration: £16.75 Umbrella
The Client is looking for an experienced Customer Services Adviser who can effectively provide a high quality advice, information and transactional service to customers covering a wide range of services provided by the Council through telephone, electronic and face-to-face channels. In addition to these duties, the Customer Services Adviser will be required to assist the Team Leader in guiding, coaching, mentoring and training junior team members to handle more specialist enquiries as designated.
Participate in a rota to cover the general reception desk, front service desks and telephone work stations, providing cover across the service centre as daily demand requires.
To have expert knowledge of and experience with Council Tax, Housing Benefit and the Council Tax Reduction scheme.
Record accurate and timely statistical information
Actively recognises the need for customer confidentiality
Liaise with all other Council sections and departments to ensure handover of actions as necessary
To ensure that as many enquiries as possible are resolved appropriately and satisfactorily at the first point of contact in line with Customer Service Standards
Receive and assist visitors telephoning and visiting the Council to ensure customers receive a comprehensive and accurate service
Use IT and telephony systems to manage and record enquiries and retrieve information to resolve customer enquiries
Access administrative systems in Council Departments to answer questions and to limit repeat contacts from the customer by proactively checking for outstanding outbound communications from Council departments
Work as a flexible and effective team member supporting other service centre team members with their queries as necessary
Proactively stay abreast of technical, professional, product and service developments
Participate in the Council’s performance management processes
Gather customer satisfaction information as required and identify process improvements to ensure customer satisfaction
Assist in training/mentoring of new staff giving advice and guidance as required
In addition to answering general enquiries and complaints, assist customers/clients to resolve more in-depth, or specialist enquiries
Will be required to rotate/provide cover through the designated specialist areas of work
Marketing Manager - 6-month FTC, Cambridge -
We have the pleasure of working with an established educational organisation situated in the beautiful city of Cambridge to assist them in their appointment of a temporary Marketing Manager on a six-month contract basis whilst they are going through a crucial transition period. You will need to be commercially-minded and experienced in driving increased member numbers for this fast-paced position.
Within your post of Marketing Manager, your key focus shall be on creating innovative marketing strategies for a host of purposes but with the core emphasis being on student recruitment. Other responsibilities you will hold are:
- Creation and development of innovative digital communications campaigns to support your overall marketing goals, utilising appropriate testing methods to forecast efficacy;
- Evaluation of all campaigns, reporting on effectiveness and having the ability to highlight opportunities for improvement with future campaigns;
- Acting as a brand guardian within all of your work, working alongside colleagues from other departments to best promote our clients cause;
You will need to be a strong project manager and team leader to lead our clients’ goals during this time of organisational evolution. Alongside this, you will also need to have a good understanding of digitally-focussed tasks including social media and paid search.
This is an incredible opportunity to join this well-established organisation during a very exciting time, with the chance make a tremendous impact within your work, whilst enjoying a fantastic benefits package. With offices based in Cambridge, they are commutable from Huntingdon, Peterborough, St Ives, Newmarket, Bury St Edmunds, Royston, Ely, St. Neots and Bedford.
For registration purposes please could you let us know where you are currently based or which locations you are considering as well as your required salary and notice period.
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Job Title: Building Surveyor – Public Sector (Cambridge)
Sector: Public Sector / Local Authority
Duration: 3 – 6 months
Remuneration: £29.00 per hour
The Client has 3 position available for Public Sector experienced Building Surveyors delivering a full range of planned building works associated with Council properties. Each post holder will be allocated to a primary workstream (with appropriate resources) but will be expected to carry out a full range of similar duties in all workstreams as service priorities demand.
To be responsible for managing and motivating your team to ensure effective delivery of customer focussed services on time and within budget.
To lead a team responsible for the effective management of a portfolio of all types of property maintenance and construction services provided by Estates & Facilities including both directly managed housing stock, leasehold properties and all types of general fund commercial or administrative properties as may be required from time to time.
To assist in the development and formulation of maintenance investment programmes and budgets and to be accountable for the specification and delivery of approved programmes and the effective management, surveying and administration of projects and commercially contracted works.
To provide effective management and leadership within the Asset Team and to assist the Asset Manager in the delivery of corporate objectives, maintaining statutory requirements and developing all aspects of best practice in service delivery.
Service Roles & Responsibilities:
Provide a comprehensive surveying and technical advisory service for all Council property based activities, to include:
Inspection of and reporting on the condition of all property.
Preparing plans, schedules, specifications, estimates and tender documents.
Obtaining tenders, issuing of works orders, supervision of works and settlement of accounts.
Preparing committee reports and attending committee meetings as required from time to time by the post’s line manager or head of service.
Preparing Schedules of Condition for lease documents.
Preparing Schedules of Dilapidation and negotiating settlements of dilapidation claims with Council tenants and landlords.
Update or carry out new Fire Insurance Valuations.
Carry out fire and other relevant property related risk assessments and identify, cost and report on appropriate remedial measures to reduce risks to acceptable levels.
To liaise with all cost centre managers to ensure that regular building and building services monitoring tasks are being performed and to identify and resolve any building and services maintenance issues arising from.
Ensure that the Council satisfies health and safety requirements and other statutory requirements relating to its property including Health & Safety at Work Act and subsequent regulations, Construction Design and Management Regulations, Planning and Building Regulations, Party Wall Act.
Formulate and administer property maintenance and construction contracts, where delegated, including all aspects of pre contract, contract and post contract management.
To be accountable for the programme of work within the contract area ensuring that time scales and relevant budgets are adhered to and targets are achieved and KPIs measured.
Systematically review the condition of the Council’s property portfolio with the Asset Manager and anticipate long-term maintenance requirements through the Project Appraisal process, including producing information and budget estimates for inclusion within the Medium Term Financial Strategy.
Develop maintenance and improvement programmes in order to minimise the requirement for response based repairs services.
Establish and maintain effective control of spending within the repair/planned works budget and provide regular reports.
Ensure specifications and documents are prepared in accordance with the Council’s Standing Orders, contract documents and contractual requirements.
Develop and review new methods of building maintenance and working practices for the service, in discussion with internal/external contractors and City Homes.
Ensure that tenants, leaseholders and all other stakeholders are consulted in the most appropriate way, both individually and through resident associations.
Ensure that all aspects of leasehold property management are complied with and that all costs for leasehold property work are fully recovered.
Contribute to the management of the Council’s Asset Database and ensure that all relevant property data is registered and updated utilising IT equipment and systems.
Carry out any other duties as required by your line manager from time to time in accordance with the grading of the post
CSCS Card Labourer wanted for long run of work on a new build commercial development.
Must have own PPE / CSCS Card
Please call Jemima on 07979234041 or the office on 01763249777
Part-time (21 hours per week) Assistant Shop Manager contract to start ASAP for three months.
After three months there is a possibility this role could become permanent.
This role requires you to work across two shops based in Sawston (one shop being a ladies fashion shop and the other being a book shop).
Charity shop and/or fashion/book shop experience is desired.
Occasional weekend work would be required (on a Saturday) but this will be very sporadic and not regular.
Disclaimer: On applying for this vacancy, you agree that your personal details will be passed onto our client for their consideration of your suitability for the role. I acknowledge that it is my responsibility to notify Teqniq Limited of any hirer who I do not want my details to be passed onto
Galaxy Personnel Ltd are currently recruiting on behalf of our client in Cambridge, Cambridgeshire for an experienced Proof Reader.
37.5 hours per week. Monday to Friday.
You will insure that a high level of Quality Assurance work is produced, working on confidential and non-confidential materials. Ideally you will also have the ability to work to ISO 9001 Processes and proof correction in accordance with BS 5261C: 2005.
Please note: This proof reading role is Production proof reading, not editorial.
You will need to be an experienced proof reader and posses excellent copy editing skills and can produce proof reading marks that can be followed by Typesetters.
You'll need to ensure that first sets and revisions are thoroughly checked for content in accordance with the instructions provided by the business streams. Becoming familiar with an internal business units house style guidelines, you'll work towards these with great consistency.
You'll have comprehensive practical knowledge of marks for copy prep and proof correction in accordance with BS 5261C:2005 and have excellent inter-personnel experience.
You will posses excellent solving skills, you'll have equally good time-management and organisational skills.
This role is due to start September with interviews being held asap.
To apply please forward your CV or contact Gemma Blythin on (Apply online only)
Main purpose / scope of the role:-
To support the companies facilities within three UK sites in the South of England, with the aim of ensuring that compliance and technical standards are maintained at all times. This will be achieved by the provision of technical advice and a timely response to operational incidents and customer issues. The role will also oversee technical maintenance and repair operations to ensure that FM service delivery is not compromised.
The role holder is accountable for:-
• Acting as the Electrical Accountable Engineer, taking strategic and technical direction from the Head Engineering.
• As the Accountable Electrical and Mechanical Engineer, building and maintaining strong relationships with the operational service delivery teams and suppliers.
• Providing technical expertise, specialist advice, support and consultancy when requested to do so by operational colleagues.
• Supporting asset and maintenance planning and contributing to the development of complaint buildings within the companies portfolio.
• Ensuring that a cost-effective maintenance solution is provided without disruption to site operations and customers.
• Liaising closely with 3rd party suppliers safety leads (SHE )to ensure that compliance and safe working are always a priority, and consistently observed.
• Leading investigations and providing reports in relation to any operational incidents, near miss events and issues when requested to do so.
• Analysing data from technical activities and providing recommendations for change