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We are seeking a Leakage Field Technician to join a Water Operations Division. The Team of Leakage Field Technicians are at the at the heart of strategic priorities - to deliver great work to clients by providing excellent customer service and executing complex operational tasks. You'll be working for one of the leading providers of leakage detection services in the UK. They have been supporting a variety of utility companies in their quest to meet their leakage management objectives since 1993, and this will be a great opportunity for you to be part of our clients success in achieving this. What you'll be doing: - You will use your developing expertise (working on your own or as part of a team) to resolve basic operational issues that will include: - Detecting both proactive and reactive leaks (under instruction and guidance) on our clients' network. - Following instruction and guidance to use multiple methods of identify potential leakage points of interest. - Continuously improving your development and knowledge while delivering great customer service for our clients. The training The company will train you on everything you will need to be successful in this role and beyond, which will include: - Company Induction Course. - Working in the Highway (NRSWA unit 2). - EUSR relevant qualifications. - Role specific training and continual on-the-job training and development. The skills/experience you will need: - Commitment to working safely with good health and safety awareness. - The desire to develop within a team-orientated environment. - Basic written, numerical and IT skills. - Full UK driving licence - essential. The rate of pay is £8.72 per hour plus monthly and contract end bonuses. This is a full-time, six month contract working ten and nine hour night shifts. You will be provided with a phone, company van and full PPE. There are multiple vacancies across Cornwall. Acorn Recruitment Ltd is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy
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DevOps Engineer Falmouth – Cornwall £400/day 3 months We are looking for a polyglot DevOps Engineer who has previously built the Ci/CD framework to help a client redesign and build their Ci/CD pipeline. The DevOps Engineer will be working on mostly ON-SITE – 2 or 3 days working with the DevOps team in the office. Experience of Kubernetes for Microservices deployment, experience of Node.JS, C++ and Python and design and build of CI/CD Pipelines. This contract DevOps Engineer role will be working for a company at the forefront of technology designing solutions for the future. Their DevOps environment has primarily been built whilst in delivery and their future roadmap is to redesign and rebuild the CI/CD pipeline for a fresh DevOps environment. Please submit CV’s in the first instance with consideration for the onsite in Falmouth element
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To provide health, safety and fire information, advice and support to management at all levels within respective Function/Department in order to ensure compliance with relevant legislation and policy. Duties will include: * Monitor compliance with the Force Health and Safety Policies and working practices, * Investigate Force workplace incidents, accidents and near misses, * Provide professional and technical health and safety advice and guidance, * Conducts health and safety risk assessments and designs safe systems of work * Delivers training, instruction and demonstrations covering designing, preparing and delivering training and development sessions. Essential skills & Criteria * NEBOSH General Certificate in Health & Safety or equivalent. * Strong professional background working in H&S, preferably in a range of challenging workplace environments. * Good knowledge of health and safety law. * Clear understanding of the role of Health and Safety in contributing to the achievement of the organisations goals and objectives. * Good interpersonal, negotiation and communication skills and the ability to deal with matters sensitively and tactfully. The ability to satisfactorily consult at all levels. * Effective decision making and problem solving skills with the ability to work under own initiative. * High degree of computer literacy. 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 explains how we will use your information - please copy and paste the following link in to your browser
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This is an exciting opportunity to join a growing business and work in a fast paced environment, supporting the HR Manager with the implementation of new systems and procedures. Initially a 6 month fixed term contract, becoming permanent depending on the needs of the company, where you could then develop your career. Day to Day Key Responsibilities: * HR Admin * Monthly Payroll Input / HR System questions and maintenance * Recruitment / Training Needs / Medicals * Development of HR processes and policies * Engagement and support activities that will help us gain the Investors in People accreditation Support with 2021 Projects: * Annual Appraisal and bonus system * New Benefits System * New On-boarding tool * New Recruitment platform * Global expansion, tupe transfers = large increase in employee numbers * General Increase in employee numbers as we get busier in 2021 * New company website Essential Experience / Qualifications and Attributes Required: * General HR Admin experience * Involvement in the implementation of new systems * Independent but approachable/team worker * Ability to adapt easily/be flexible with changing workload & increase of staff If you have recent HR Assistant experience, are available immediately and currently looking for a new challenge, please submit an up to date CV by using the ‘apply’ button. For an informal chat about this position please call Geraldine Ives on (phone number removed)
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Tradewind Social Care have a fantastic opportunity for a Team Manager to join the Children and Families Services for Cornwall Council. The primary role of a Team Manager in the Children & Families Service is to improve the welfare, safety and outcomes of the children and young people supported by the team. With the advice, supervision and support of a Service Manager or Head of Service, the Team Manager manages a statutory service to children in need, including children in need of protection, children in care, young offenders and care leavers, in line with Working Together and Our Safeguarding Children Partnership continuum of need/threshold policy as well as a range of other approved policies, procedures and practice guidance related to the role and function of the team/service. Accountabilities For developing and supporting a multi-disciplinary team of practitioners to undertake a full range of statutory duties in cases that meet the threshold for the role and function of the team/service: including children in need and their families; children with disabilities; children in need of protection; children in care; children at risk of offending behaviours; children who offend and care leavers. For ensuring a relational and strengths-based approach to working with children, young people and their families, in line with the commitment of the Service to social justice and pro-social learning. For promoting and evidencing the meaningful participation of children, young people, and parents/carers in the processes of key decision making and shaping service delivery. For developing and implementing an annual Team Improvement Plan, based on the quality assurance and performance management data for the team, in consultation with team members and key stakeholders. For improving the consistency and quality of practice in line with agreed standards through developing a team learning and performance culture; effective management oversight; and taking appropriate management action to support individuals who are unable to achieve the required practice quality standards consistently. For supporting practitioners by providing high quality supervision to team members in line with the Policy Standards for Supervision, achieving an appropriate balance between critical reflective practice and accountability for tasks, standards and targets. To set annual performance targets for individual practitioners in accordance with the Performance Development System and undertake half-year performance development reviews which identify individual achievements, strengths and areas for development, along with a plan to strengthen the practitioner's competence and confidence in undertaking their role. Knowledge, skills & experience Diploma in Social Work, CQSW, CSS, Degree in Social Work or other professional social work qualification recognised by HCPC for the purpose of registration in the UK. A high level of specific and applied professional expertise in the area of practice to be supervised, relevant policy, legislation, guidance and best practice. Applied knowledge and understanding of the needs and risks of a diverse range of 4 Information Classification: CONTROLLED children, young people and their parents/carers, promoting their full involvement in decision making, taking into account issues of equality and diversity. Proven ability to achieve high practice quality standards in the assessment of strengths, needs, risks, produce analysis and translate into a coherent plan that improves outcomes for children. High level of competence and confidence in providing verbally or written communications including coherent reports to professional meetings, LAC Reviews, CP Case Conferences, Legal Meetings, Permanence Planning Meetings and Court Hearings. Proven ability to provide advice, consultation, mentoring, supervision and appraisal support to professionally qualified and unqualified practitioners, those in training, agency/sessional workers and volunteers. Ability to undertake formal Council employment relations policies and procedures to address serious or persistent shortfalls in attendance, capability and/or conduct of individual staff in line with a management culture of learning not blaming and management standards for fairness and reasonableness. Proven ability to work collaboratively with other professionals and agencies, including identifying and procuring relevant services to support children, young people and families. Good IT and word processing skills and the ability to make the best of IT systems to monitor team activity and performance
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LABOURER - IMMEDIATE START - SAINT AUSTELL - ONGOING CONTRACT We are currently working with a well-established tier 1 contractor who specialise in new-build construction projects across the UK. They are currently looking for the services of a labourer to commence on their site based at St Austell's Shopping Centre. Duties are to include: moving materials, maintaining the cleanliness of site, assisting tradesmen where necessary. Candidates are required to obtain CSCS, PPE and have previous experience in a similar role. For more information on this position, please contact Scarlet Wilson on (phone number removed)
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Our valued client is a reputable provider of affordable housing, not for profit developer and registered Social Landlord based in the South West with an urgent requirement for an experienced technical / Design Manager to join their busy development team in the delivery of their Ambitious Development pipeline. Reporting into the Pre-Construction Manager, you will manage the design and regulatory approval process for Development Projects from planning to completion of the build in line with business plan targets and will deputise for the Pre-Construction Manager on the management of the technical team to ensure projects are delivered to planned timescales
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Setsquare have a requirement for a labourer in Falmouth. Work will start Wednesday 9th December and will be for two weeks. Candidates must have a valid CSCS card. For more information or to apply, please contact Harvey on (phone number removed). Setsquare is committed to equality in the workplace and is an equal opportunity employer. Setsquare is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy
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Cornwall Council Akton recruitment has an exciting opportunity for a Experienced Administrator to join the team of Cornwall council. Job Role: Administrator Job Purpose These roles will provide an efficient support service, including secretarial and administrative assistance. Key Responsibilities: To monitor, review and improve processes, systems, and practices to ensure that principal officers perform successfully and optimise efficiencies. To communicate effectively with members of the public and colleagues in a clear and concise manner taking account of the particular circumstances, including obtaining information from an appropriate source in response to a nonstandard query and feeding back to an enquirer in an accurate and effective manner, giving particular regard to assessing the particular circumstances. To provide administrative support to ensure efficient running of the Service.To manage the filing and storage of all electronic and paper files, in line with best data management practice, to ensure efficient and effective record keeping. Important Info 3 Month Contract £10.90 per hour (Paye)
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Position: Class 2 HGV Delivery Driver Location: Roche We are currently looking to take on a number of class 2 HGV drivers for one of our clients based in the Roche area of Cornwall, this will be a temporary full time position that could lead onto permenant work for the right candidate. About the job. Early morning shifts which typically start around 02:30 and will finishe any time between 10am and 11am. Pay is between £11.00 to £12.50 per hour with weekend work and overtime. Delivering products to supermarkets and stores all over Devon and Cornwall, a typical route will include 8 - 15 deliveries. PAYE. Weekly pay. Discounted CPC. Job requirements. A full and valid Category C (Class 2) licence with an in date CPC and digi cards are required with no more than 6 points & no DR, DD or IN convictions for insurance purposes. Although previous lorry driving experience is beneficial, training will also be provided for the right candidate. If you are new to this type of driving then we can provide you with the vital commercial experience required when looking for a full time job. The ability to lift and carry fairly heavy items throughout the day, as well as driving, is a requirement due to the physical nature of the jobs. To apply or for more information call and speak to Jordan or Mike during office hours between 9:00am & 5:00pm on (phone number removed). What Driver Hire can offer you. Driver Hire is the UK's largest specialist transport and logistics recruitment company. We can provide regular, ongoing driving work within the Cornwall and Devon from our three offices based in Saltash (near Plymouth), Victoria (near Bodmin) and Buckfastleigh (near Newton Abbot). We treat you as the true professional that you are and in our latest survey, 94% of our candidates said they were proud to work for us and 81% scored 8/10 or more when asked if they would recommend Driver Hire. Connect with us & stay updated. Visit our website and look at your local office's page for more vacancies similar to this or create a MyDriverHire account to keep updated with our latest alerts. We'd love to connect with you on social so why not join our community online on Facebook by searching Driver Hire Plymouth, Cornwall and South Devon. Please have a look at our other roles for: Class 1, Class 2, 7.5T HGV, LGV & multi-drop van drivers. We are also always recruiting for warehouse staff, forklift drivers & driver's mates
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