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Our local authority client is looking to recruit a Structural Engineer for their Civil Engineering department to start on contract straight away. Responsible for planning and organising the team to carry out and record high quality inspections/structural assessments at set intervals in the following areas: Subways, Bridges/Culverts*Tramway * Retaining Walls * Watercourses and Critical Gullies on County Roads * Coastal Defence Structures * Maritime Structures * Public Safety Along the Coast * Playgrounds The post holder will also be responsible for assisting the Principal Engineer to deliver the group’s capital and revenue programme for structural maintenance and repairs including highway gully maintenance activities. Duties and Responsibilities - Job Specific * Support the Principal Engineer to develop operational plans to achieve agreed service objectives, delivering continual improvement within the available budget. * Ensure that all structural inspections & maintenance activities are delivered on time, within budget and to the specified quality. * Annually assess the condition of all structural assets in accordance with current technical standards. * Prepare and implement with the minimum of supervision, programmes of work, including for the maintenance, strengthening and renewal of highway and coastal structures. * Provide specialist/professional responsibility for providing a full inspection and maintenance delivery service for structural infrastructure. * Assist with the procurement of all necessary contractual arrangements for the effective delivery of inspection & maintenance activities. * Assist with the development & optimisation of inspection and maintenance regimes. * Ensure that comprehensive data and records relating to inspections & maintenance activities is maintained for all structural inspections. * Assist with the production of reports to committees, members, task and finish groups, senior managers and staff at all levels in an effective and well-communicated manner. * Assist with the development and implementation of effective health & safety and risk management systems within the group in accordance with statutory standards, Council policy and Departmental Standards. * Manage, programme and monitor the work of the Structural Inspection Team and be responsible for checking the work of other members of the team. * Management of abnormal loads in accordance with the requirements in Trunk Road Maintenance Manual. * Undertake the role of Standby Duty Control Officer. Qualification HNC or Degree in Civil Engineering Millbank are an equal opportunities employer and welcome applications from all suitably qualified persons. Millbank operates as an Employment Agency and Business
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To be responsible to the Senior Maintenance Engineer with specific responsibilities for delivering flood and coastal defence projects and ensuring that all coastal, flood risk and County Road structures are maintained to a good and safe standard. Duties * To prepare feasibility reports; undertake surveys; design engineering works; prepare contract documentation; carry out site supervision; administer contracts and the production of final accounts for civil engineering projects and term agreements undertaken by the department. * Act as Project Manager on various engineering projects (including term agreements) in accordance with Corporate Programme and Project Management procedures. * Organise planned maintenance and repair works on ordinary watercourses, coastal defence structures and Country Road structures owned by the Council. * Assist with monitoring the group’s revenue and capital allocation for planned maintenance and capital works. * Ensure that the maintenance programme is prioritised in relation to risk and if necessary arrange for urgent works on critical infrastructure to be carried out as a matter of priority to ensure public safety. * Seek and obtain all necessary approvals for planned maintenance works and civil engineering projects carried out by the department e.g. planning, land owner consent, Marine Licence approval, land drainage consents, road closure notices etc. * Use the framework arrangements for Consultants and Contractors. * Ensure that comprehensive data and records relating to each maintenance project is maintained. * Carry out site inspections and provide emergency response support during emergency incidents flood events, maritime spillages, road traffic accidents etc. * Carry out post storm flood investigations and record the information on the departmental database. * Provide members of the public and Elected Members with advice on land drainage, coast protection and County Road structure matters. * Supervise, mentor and allocate work to other subordinates within the Group. * Assist the Senior Flood Risk Officer to deliver the requirements within the Local Flood Risk Management Strategy. * To assist with flood events which may include out of hours work and site visits. * Responsible for acting as a consultee to planning applications received in Conwy regarding flood risk and drainage design. * To complete all necessary paperwork relating to timesheets. * Support in the development and implementation of effective health & safety and risk management systems within the Groups services managed in compliance with statutory standards, Council policy and Departmental Standards. * To advise the Senior Maintenance Engineer on all aspects of engineering. Qualification HNC or Degree in Civil Engineering or equivalent Millbank are an equal opportunities employer and welcome applications from all suitably qualified persons. Millbank operates as an Employment Agency and Business
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Project Manager – Civil Engineering Brownlee Dean are currently recruiting on behalf of a Principal Civil Engineering Contractor who are looking to recruit a Project Manager to deliver a project in Wales. This is a contract position for 12 months starting in March and we require someone who has extensive experience working for a Principal Contractor on Infrastructure projects to £10million in value. To be considered for this role, you must have progressed your career from a Site Engineer / Civil Engineer role. The role: Reporting directly to the Operations Director you will be responsible for managing day to day aspects on site for a Civils project valued at £6million. Responsibilities include; * The direct management & supervision of the project delivery team including Site Agent, Works Manager, General Foremen, Site Engineers. * Working to company policies you will be accountable for all aspects of Health & Safety on site. * Ensuring all activities are competed to the highest standards regarding environmental, quality and time restraints. * Responsible for ensuring company procedures and systems are adhered to and updated accordingly. * Planning, measuring and monitoring the progress of the works completed and reporting. * Ensuring compliance with the project budget and programme. * Managing the project delivery team and monitoring their performance. * Mentoring junior members of the site team. * Identifying potential problem areas, financial issues and contributing strategies to overcome these. * Pre-requisites: * To be considered for this role you MUST be a qualified Site Engineer to at least HNC Level in Civil Engineering. * SMSTS * First Aid & CSCS * You must be able to demonstrate successful experience managing civil engineering projects as No 1 on site for a Principal Contractor. * You must be commercially astute with a good knowledge of NEC 3 Forms of contract. * Specific experience of sea defence, quay works, flood defence, RC structures is highly desirable. * Excellent IT, Communication and Negotiation skills are a must Remuneration This is a Freelance role and the contract will run for a duration of 12 months. Rates of pay are negotiable depending on the level of experience but will be circa £350 - £400 per day
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Contract Compliance Officer Competitive 3 Month Contract Colwyn Bay Office gap technical are proud to be representing this facilities management business in their search for a Contract Compliance Officer to work at their facility based near Colwyn Bay Office Performance Objectives Primary duties will be to monitor and ensure the contract is delivered and Compliant with the client "Service Information" Document. The Contract Compliance Officer role will be primarily an administration role and will require knowledge of Contract Requirements, Quality Systems, Health and Safety, Environmental Contractors Design Contractors Plans Quality Management Audits, Test and Inspections Management of the Service Working with the Employer and Others Service Provided Health and Safety Sub-Contractor and Suppliers administration to Policy and ProceduresSpecific Roles include to Develop, Maintain and Update documents: Construction Phase Plan Health and Safety Plan Method Statements] Risk Assessments Training Matrix Quality StatementPerson Specification High level of organisation and communication skills and a working knowledge in the use of Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Project) Some commercial skills would be beneficial and knowledge of NEC3 would be advantageous - in particular early warnings and compensation event notification Team working - This is a support role to eight or ten project delivery team members Own Transport Experience of working within the contracting environment Flexible workingApply Please send your CV and call Charlotte at gap technical on (phone number removed) If you have any questions or are interested in any other opportunities we may have, please do not hesitate to contact on (phone number removed) This vacancy is being advertised on behalf of gap technical who are operating as an employment agency. gap technical are committed to the selection, recruitment and development of the best people, basing judgements solely on suitability for the job. Closing Date: 25/03/2021 "By applying for the above position and providing your personal data to us you understand that your data will be processed in line with our Privacy Policy
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  • £32673 - £34578/annum
Adecco Chester are currently recruiting on behalf on North Wales Police for a Testing and Logistics Manager to join their HQ in Colwyn Bay. The post holder will support North Wales Police to deliver it's Emergency Service Network (ESN) Programme through co-ordination of allocated change work streams, ensuring that deadlines are met and products are delivered to the required quality within time scales. DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: Benchmark with other organisations to inform decision making. Liaise and coordinate with operational staff, ICT, and PMO. Liaise, work in partnership with, and coordinate with other emergency service organisations and partners as and when necessary - specifically within the Welsh Region ESN Collaboration and the North West Region (specifically Cheshire and the Alliance). To support the Project manager, Programme Manager, ICT, and ESN Senior Responsible Owner (SRO) as and when necessary. To plan, coordinate and manage delivery of ESN devices and accessories to end users. To recover all redundant Airwave equipment and manage its disposal. To support the design and implementation of the ESN BAU Service Management process.MINIMUM CRITERIA FOR THE ROLE: The role requires applicants who can demonstrate (with evidence) skills in the following areas: The ability to communicate at operational, tactical, executive, and NPCC level internally and across other organisations. Possess excellent verbal and numerical reasoning skills to prepare statistical and budget reports for management use. Proven experience in a role involving testing, logistics, or preferably both. An ability to transfer strategic perspectives into practicable and operational processes. An ability to understand complex issues, reducing them to their essential elements and being able to identify, assess implications, evaluate and manage risks and opportunities. A good working knowledge of IT software preferably Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access and Project and Internet/Intranet access. Awareness of Data Protection, Management of Police Information and Systems Administration processes. This is a full time position, working 37 hours per week and the post is temporary for 12 months. Adecco acts as an employment agency for permanent recruitment and an employment business for the supply of temporary workers. The Adecco Group UK & Ireland is an Equal Opportunities Employer. By applying for this role your details will be submitted to Adecco. Our Candidate Privacy Information Statement explaining how we will use your information is available on our website
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  • £13.01 - £14.01/hour Dependent on location
Keen to make your mark on Census 2021? Our supervisors manage a team in their local area. Their job is to make sure people feel motivated, supported and inspired. They're organised and know how to create a great team. They receive the training they need to be smartphone savvy, understand shift patterns and know everyone's roles. They're ready to deal with issues as they arise and keep the whole team up to speed. With the flexibility to choose your own working hours, you can make this contract work for you, as long as you are available to work the majority of time in the evenings and weekends, as this is when we are more likely to find people at home. As well as an attractive pay rate, equipment will be provided and you'll be given full training and support to carry out this vital role. As a census team leader, you'll be responsible for managing and coordinating the field operation in your assigned area. The main purpose of your role is to motivate and manage a team of census officers who will be tasked with encouraging people in your assigned area to complete their Census 2021 online questionnaire. You'll lead and support up to 12 census officers with differing roles and need to drive and guide your team through the different phases of the operation You'll work with the census engagement managers to support wider engagement at community events as required. As your team will be working remotely, excellent communication skills are a must, and using these you will ensure that your officers feel supported, through regular contact, calls, and team meetings. You'll provide support, encouragement and motivation, identifying and cascading best practice and sharing the lessons learnt from any problems and issues. You'll deal with any incidents and escalate them as necessary. You'll choose your working hours, within set guidelines stipulated in the working pattern above, so you can support your team. You'll be part of a wider group of team leaders reporting to an area manager, who you can call on for advice, throughout the operation. During your working hours you will also have the support of a census staff help line, as well as an online help facility. A number of team leaders will be recruited with the ability to move into different areas, across England and Wales, where they are most needed to support the census operation. Main responsibilities First and foremost, your role is to effectively manage and support your team of officers, to promote the benefits of the census and to encourage a positive response from households. To do this you'll need to: oversee the management of your officers and be their main point of contact throughout the operation use team meetings, 1-2-1 and coaching to lead, motivate and support your team and ensure that your team understands and achieves its performance goals prepare for the start of your team, familiarising yourself with their roles, and the working area build a relationship with the census engagement manager to understand the communities within your work area manage your own working pattern, and that of your team, to ensure sufficient cover is available throughout the operation manage any issues, such as sickness, disciplinary, grievance and dismissal procedures, supported by HR. Ensure all procedures are followed correctly accompany your officers in the field, complete observational reports and provide coaching support your team during the field operation, resolving operational issues, escalating where appropriate and offering leadership throughout provide daily updates and accurate weekly progress reports to your area manager, liaise with HQ team where required, including participating in evaluation and debrief activities review and analyse the performance of your team, suggesting and implementing improvements to aid response ensure your and team's time and expenses sheets are accurate before authorising and submitting them promptly be able to travel throughout your assigned area, this may involve long distances in rural areas ensure confidentiality and security of census information at all times Essential skills and experience You'll need to: have previous experience of managing a team have good written and verbal skills in English (Welsh would also be an advantage if working in Wales) have excellent customer service skills, including speaking to members of the public have the confidence to deal with the public and local community be well organised and able to plan and work within specified timescales be confident working both independently and as part of a team, using your initiative be able to understand, follow and deliver detailed written and verbal instructions be confident using a smartphone, laptop and various applications be professional at all times, and remain calm in challenging situations take responsibility for making effective and fair decisions, in a timely manner be prepared to use your home as an office and for storage of boxes of field staff materials (you'll also need to let your insurance company know that you work from home) be able to receive supplies, assemble and distribute them accordingly Dependent on your assigned geographical area, you may need to hold a current, full UK driving licence and have the use of a motor vehicle (insured for business use) for which you'll be paid a mileage allowance. For roles in all other locations, this would be advantageous but is not a requirement. Vibe Recruit is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy
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  • £11.22 - £12.22/hour Dependent on location
Want to play your part in making Census 2021 happen? Our officers contribute to the overall success of the census. This involves visiting different properties in an assigned area, sometimes several times. The goal is to make people aware why the census is important and feedback information that keeps our address register up to date. The census only happens every 10 years and counts every person and household in England and Wales. To help us do this, we at the Office for National Statistics (ONS) need a big field team to work within communities helping people to take part. In the field team for Census 2021, you'll meet people from all walks of life and gain valuable experience. What's more, you'll be part of something that's vital to us all. The information you'll collect will help with decisions on planning and funding services in your community. So, join the team and make a lasting impact. With the flexibility to choose your own working hours, you can make this contract work for you, as long as you are available to work in the evenings and weekends, as this is when we are more likely to find people available. As well as an attractive pay rate, equipment will be provided and you'll be given full training and support to carry out this vital role. As a census officer, in an assigned working area, you'll be part of a team of up to 12 census officers, reporting to a census team leader. The main purpose of your role is to encourage the people in your area to complete their Census 2021 online questionnaire. You will receive a daily workload of addresses that have yet to submit a census questionnaire, which require a follow up visit to support and encourage completion. You will help residents understand the importance of the census, and the vital role they have in making it a success. You will help them overcome any objections or barriers they may have to completing, either helping them yourself or referring them to available support. You will be assisting people to complete their questionnaires, either on the doorstep or at completion events. You will work with the census engagement managers to support wider engagement at community events as required. You'll be working independently, out and about in your area, working hours within set guidelines stipulated in the working pattern above. Your team leader will provide support, assistance and guidance as required, and will meet up with you when you are out working, to help settle you into your role. A number of officers will be recruited with the ability move into different areas across England and Wales, where they are most needed to support the census operation. First and foremost, your role is to promote the benefits of the census and to encourage a positive response from households. To do this you'll need to: visit the list of addresses given to you via an app on the smartphone provided and accurately record visit outcome attempt to make contact with residents at each address you visit encourage the householder to complete the questionnaire online, highlighting the important part they have to play in shaping the future signpost respondents to census support functions follow ONS procedures, especially those regarding security and your safety provide households with additional information to help them complete their response, which will include questionnaires, cards and leaflets which you will carry in your bag on a daily basis attend community completion events when required assist respondents with doorstep completion where appropriate build the secure access register to enable access to gated communities provide regular reports on progress to your team leader and attend team meetings ensure confidentiality and security of census information at all times you'll meet your line manager during your first week and receive your census officer kit (weighing approximately 10 kgs) complete e-learning as required to achieve the necessary competencies and skills for the role participate in evaluation and debrief activities be prepared to travel around your designated area to visit addresses (the distances will vary dependent on whether your area is urban or rural) You'll need to: have good written and verbal skills in English (Welsh would also be an advantage if working in Wales) have excellent customer service skills, including speaking to members of the public have the confidence to deal with the public and local community be well organised and able to plan and work within specified timescales be confident working both independently and as part of a team, using your initiative be able to understand and follow detailed written and verbal instructions be confident using a smartphone and various applications be professional at all times, and remain calm in challenging situations We will ensure we follow all appropriate government guidelines to keep you safe whilst working for ONS. Appropriate PPE (Personal Protective Equipment) including hand sanitiser and face masks will be provided to all staff; for your safety, you will be required to use and wear that PPE, as instructed, when you are working. Social distancing will be maintained throughout the operation. Dependent on your assigned working area, you may need to hold a current, full UK driving licence and have the use of a motor vehicle, insured for business use. You'll be paid for travel expenses within your work area. Vibe Recruit is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy
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  • £16000 - £20000/annum Overtime available
To assist Removal crews in packing loading Furniture Removal vehicles for delivery UK wide. Candidates will be required to spend nightsaway from home. Free uniforms and training will be provided Car license not essential but an advantage
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  • £55 - £65/day
Do you have a genuine passion for education, learning & making a difference? Do you have experience supporting children with Special Educational Needs (SEN)? Are you looking for an opportunity to join an inspiring SEN school working as a 1:1 Teaching Assistant? We are actively looking to recruit a SEN Teaching Assistant with experience of working with students with SEN in a Primary School in Conwy to start in March 2021. The applicant will be assisting the class teacher, and working on a 1:1 basis with children and supporting small groups. Applicants must have teaching assistant experience. The school believe that learning is a life-long journey and they aim to inspire and support children and young people to achieve their full potential. The curriculum on offer is tailored to the individual needs of the young person. The School provides a vibrant, fun and inclusive educational and therapeutic community where all members, students, their families and staff, are continuously learning together. Would you love the opportunity to be part of this inclusive school? Benefits: * Access to Randstad benefits i.e. cinema, holiday vouchers, high street discounts and many more * A consultant to support you along the way * Weekly pay via PAYE Responsibilities: * SEN Teaching Assistant * KS3 & KS4 focused (aged 11-18yrs) * Full Time * Experience in supporting SEN students Requirements: * Ideally suited to a confident, dedicated and hardworking individual * Experienced TA * TA Qualifications If this is what you are looking for then contact us today. Call Jen on (phone number removed) or send your CV to (url removed). I look forward to hearing from you
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  • £400 - £450/day
Stressing Level 3 North and South Wales On-going work £400-£450/day Our client is a well-established Nationwide Rail company whose professionalism and well-respected name have been instrumental in their success. They provide an exceptional service to their customers and are focused on continually improving this. Our client is looking for a strong Stressing Level 3 competent Rail operative to join the growing team in North and South Wales Experience required: * Level 3 Stressing (Level 4 is ideal) * The ability to review designs prior to installation. Contact us now (phone number removed).. To apply for this position contact Amy Naden The partnering concept promoted by Vital means that we work together with candidates and clients to achieve your career and recruitment objectives. For clients the result is cost effective, culture-compatible solutions that make staff selection, recruitment and retention far easier. For candidates it means a personal and professional relationship that will help you through every stage of obtaining your ideal job and pursuing your career goals
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