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PHP & Drupal Developer 
50K base Salary + Benefits 

Opportunity to work in a dynamic tee7am to maintain and add features to an existing Drupal based website for the UK transport industry. You will be working alongside a small dev and UX team in a long-established, non-corporate, and friendly agency outside of IR35 with a flat organizational structure.  


  • London, Bristol or Cornwall.
  • Full option of working from remote. 

Must Haves

  • Serious experience with PHP 7 and Drupal 7 & 8
  • Experience of building front-end web experiences with HTML/CSS/Less/Sass/JS frameworks
  • Experience of MySQL and NoSQL (Mongo, Dynamo)
  • UK based during the working week
  • Fluent in English
  • Experience of working in a mixed team of developers

Desirable/Nice to have

  • Experience with SOAP API services
  • Knowledge of MySQL
  • Experience of GIT and continuous deployment
  • Used to Agile working methodologies
  • Linux experience
Our client a leading British dairy products company are seeking to recruit an Interim Safety Engineer (multi-skilled) . Our client are committed to providing healthier, tasty products that make it easier for consumers to choose healthier foods and to play a part in helping to improve the nation’s health. As a leading dairy manufacturer they are also determined to ensure that key social, ethical and environmental issues are assessed and prioritised. Our client own and manage some of the UK's most popular dairy brands Purpose of Job To provide engineering proactive resource to the site, assisting maintenance engineers to deliver the site risk reduction strategy Demonstrate ability to motivate other engineers, technicians, contractors and lead by good example during daily activities. Display an in depth knowledge of the plant Organise and prioritise workloads and ensure production operations awareness of time scales and plant outages Strive to seek areas of plant/safety improvements. Continue training to achieve highest level of site and plant skills, progress core skills as required Take on a higher level of plant "ownership" within the process Assist in the development of others, creating a positive team environment. Organise within team. Look for opportunities to gain experience and share expertise Principal Accountabilities By adhering to legislation, HS&E, site standards and engineering good practice, provide proactive engineering resource to the process, across areas including the main manufacturing site, the Water Treatment Plant, Energy centre, site services and facilities functions Be proactive driving the safety agenda risk reduction improvements and remedial actions Collaborate with key stakeholders on delivery of site safety capital projects by providing engineering expertise with a continuous improvement context Work independently as well as part of a team, engage and manage contractors and permit activities through use of the company permit system and conduct contractor audits Plan and organise workloads where required and ensure operational awareness of time scales and plant outages is maintained Continue training to achieve highest level of site and plant skills, progress core skills as required Creating a positive team environment Knowledge & Experience Required Computer literate and be able to operate PLC services equipment Multi skilled trained to engineering standards, City & Guilds, HNC, ONC Relevant single skilled engineer may be considered Demonstrates practical engineering skills, enjoys a hands-on approach and has problem solving ability Strong communication and presentation skills Awareness and understanding of key safety legislative requirements within engineering field, such as electrical safety * Have IOSH qualification - preferred * Flexible and adapt to the variety of tasks * Work collaboratively with Key stakeholders on delivery of site safety projects * Have the capacity to work independently as well as part of a team * Have strong contractor management and permit writing skills * Auditing skills: an integral part of job and contractor control * Have the ability to work under pressure, multi task and self-accountable * Be confident to source and engage contractors and deliver projects to company standards whilst adhering to company procedures * Have broad understanding of site plant and processes * Will need to enjoy working in/out doors * Have flexible approach to working hours What our client can offer An opportunity to be part of a High performing team producing the Nations favourite branded dairy products Development opportunities Attractive workplace pension scheme and company bonus Free, onsite parking Discounted branded products Subsidised staff restaurant 25 Holidays + 8 Bank Holidays My Staff shop - access to exclusive benefits, free advice and savings - providing great discounts from thousands of the UKs largest retailers & service providers
Team Manager (Adult Social Care) – Cornwall   Salary: £ 32.50ph Full-Time (37 hours) Job Purpose: Under the direction of the Senior Manager or Service Manager for Area Care & Support, or Therapy and operating as part of the integrated service management team, the team manager manages a team of practitioners that deliver effective care and support which improve outcomes for adults with a specific range of needs living within a defined geographical area of Cornwall. Specifically, as directed, the team manager directly manages and supervises social care assessments and plans across all the tiers of need identified within the Care Act 2014, helping to ensure that casework decisions effectively safeguard adults, promote their wellbeing and improve the quality of their lives. The role directly manages multidisciplinary teams. Within this context, the team manager is directly accountable for the quality and consistency of practice standards and performance in Referral, Assessment, Planning, Implementation and Review within the team caseload. Responsible for translating new policy, legislation and guidance into team practice. Provides evidence of Peer Reviews and HMI inspections. The team manager ensures that service decisions are in line with spending principles and standing orders, mindful of the need to control spending within cash-limited budgets, rationing provision appropriately. The team manager is directly responsible for the management, development and continual improvement of team practice and performance, ensuring that every person allocated to the team for care and support, including safeguarding, receives swift and easy access to appropriate services based on timely assessment and effective help that enables them to remain independent within their homes and communities wherever possible. The team manager takes all practicable steps and safe decisions to prevent undermining the individual’s self-determination and deprivation of liberty. Where alternative care is assessed as being in the person’s best interests, through strong and effective working with multi-agency colleagues, the team manager ensures that the person is offered a placement proportionate to their needs for the shortest period possible before supporting them to return with support to their own home and community. To provide long-term care and support to those people with ongoing needs and deteriorating health or capacity to care for themselves, enabling a good quality of life based on as much independence, self-care and self-determination as practicable. Accountabilities: Improving the lives of adults with health and social care needs living in a designated geographical area of Cornwall and allocated to the team Empowering and involving adults in the day to day delivery of services which are aimed at protecting their right to self-determination and independence, and in deciding what care and support is best for them personally Providing professional advice and guidance to practitioners in supporting best practice; and to other professionals Making daily casework decisions and implementing senior management decisions in complex and sensitive cases where the safety and liberty of the person is at stake Working in partnership with frontline managers in other agencies to achieve a shared approach to meeting care needs Providing information to deal with complaints, Member enquiries and legal challenges about the delivery of services Managing improvements in the quality and consistency of practice Supporting the operational development of integrated adult services, working collaboratively with health colleagues and the voluntary and community sector within the designated area, including GP practices Safeguarding adults allocated to the team from neglect and abuse, including allegations of professional abuse, and supporting practitioners to implement adult protection plans for those adults most vulnerable to harm and unable to protect themselves We offer: 24 hour one on one specialist consultant based within your geographical area 4Recruitment Services Employee Benefits Programme Our own dedicated payroll support ensuring you get the full benefits of your payment Recruitment is done in line with safe recruitment practices. 4Recruitment Services is an equal opportunities employer. To discuss this vacancy or other vacancies in your area please contact Max Catherall (phone number removed)
An opportunity has become available to join a well known Facilities Management Organisation, as a Mobile Area Cleaning Supervisor, to support cleaning contracts held across the Truro region. This is a great opportunity for a Cleaner to step up into a Supervisors role, or a current Supervisor to develop current experience further. The Role: You would be responsible for supervising a large cleaning team dedicated to our extensive retail portfolio, building relationships internally and partnering with our customers to ensure the highest standards are adhered. The ideal candidate will have good communication, organisation and team management skills. Shift Pattern- Flexible between the hours of 6am-10pm and will include weekends 5 out of 7 days, Van Included- Must have a driving licence. Ideally, you must live in: Truro Main Duties: Support and guide operatives to achieve service levels Regular checks to clean to specified areas Respond to cleaning requests as required To maintain relationships with customers and fellow employees People Management - Manage and develop team to promote high morale and motivation Undertake site familiarisation with all new employees detailing cleaning regime, waste procedures, opening and lockup procedures, air lock door procedures. Management of the provision of service delivery and performance Ensure delivery of all services in line with contractual requirements and customer satisfaction Contribute to and maintain excellent Client relationship Create and manage effective supplier relationships Required: Full UK Driving License Health and Safety management experience Proven track record of Cleaning/ Cleaning Supervisor Previous experience supervising a team of cleaning operatives (+30) Ideally held key holder responsibilities Ideally an understanding of managing multiple sites Ability to quickly build credible relationships and to challenge when necessary Excellent organisational skills HSE understanding Proficient in all aspects of MS OfficeTo Apply for immediate review, please send an up to date CV As an equal opportunities employer, should you require any reasonable adjustments to be made as part of the application process please contact us directly. Omni RMS is acting as an employment business in relation to this vacancy
Our public sector Housing client based near Truro have a 6-month contract for a Prevention & Engagement Officer to join them on a full-time basis. Duties of the role will include the identification of people who may be at risk of homelessness and proactively working with people who have been referred to the organisation as at risk of homelessness. The successful candidate will also provide specialist advice on housing matters as well as managing your own caseload whilst working closely alongside outside agencies. Other duties include (but are not limited to): * Develop, review, and update Personalised housing plans in accordance with the Homelessness Prevention Act and to drive the reduction of the organisations’ temporary accommodation budget * Build on strong relationships to maximise any opportunities to prevent homelessness To be considered for this contract you will have the following experience: * Excellent knowledge of relevant Lettings, Homelessness and Housing Act legislation * Understanding of access to social housing locally, as well as issues that may be faced * In depth knowledge of benefits, support, and services available to any applicants experiencing housing problems * Experience of working well with, and collaborating in a team * Ability to manage your own caseload and work independently * Demonstrable experience and understanding of issues related to equal opportunities within service delivery If you would like more details about the role please apply below or contact Ellie Benson on (phone number removed)
Tenancy Sustainment Officer Immediately Required Location: Bodmin Salary: £11.99 per hour Length of Contract: 6 months interim Our client, a housing and support provider in Cornwall is looking for a Tenancy Sustainment Officer on a fixed term contract. This role will be responsible for assisting in the support of former rough sleepers in order to prevent them returning to the streets. You will be responsible for: * Carrying out needs and risk assessments in order to create a support plan for the tenants * Assist in benefit applications * Work closely with the housing needs in relation to safeguarding the budgets and resources and discussing complex cases * Work with the Housing Private lets team to ensure tenants and landlords are supported Essential Skills: * Experience of working with vulnerable people * Knowledge of housing needs for rough sleepers * DBS and driver with own vehicle if you would like to discuss this opportunity in more detail, please call Ellie on (phone number removed)