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Manufacturing Engineer 6 months contract Pay rate = £32.50/hr LTD Location: Coventry Required for activities for a large-scale factory move.  Working within the machine sending site assisting with decommissioning, machine transfer, through to commissioning and testing in receiving site.  Qualification and Experience Candidates shall have: CNC machining background  Ability to perform: Process Validation Process Capability Study Measurement System Analysis (MSA)  Technical knowledge of manufacturing machinery and production equipment  Understanding of risk assessments and method statements.  Recognised Engineering qualifications – ideally  Responsibilities Carry out the validation on the current processes and identifies the gaps.  Raise the Production Engineer Change Request (PECR) for the Non-conformances and close out the open PECRs  Review RAMS from external contractors, plan, manage and execute tasks.  Support and lead decommission, disconnection, reconnection and commission activities as required.  Work with HSE and other functions required to successfully install new or moved kits.  Manage external contractors and advise on best work procedures  Oversee dismantling, installation, operation, maintenance of machinery and equipment.  Carry out the process capability study and Measurement System Analysis (MSA).  Required skills Safety conspicuous and ability to identify risks and mitigate  Able to manage external customers.  Knowledge in CNC Machining process, Assembly and special process  Machine move experience  Co-ordinating external contractors through CDM Process  Conducting and compiling risk assessments and method statements  Good practical and technical skills  Communication skills  An understanding of engineering drawings  The ability to work under tight deadlines  Good problem-solving skills  Knowledge of safety requirements around maintenance activities
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Finance Analyst Rate: £13.75 p/hr Location: Pinley House, 2 Sunbeam Way, Coventry CV3 1ND Contract Duration: On-going Start date: 10/02/2020 The Role Our market leading automotive manufacturing client are recruiting for a Financial Analyst to join their team based in Coventry! You would be reporting on and analysing profit, whilst working closely with numerous budget holders. In addition, the network development part of the role includes financial criteria assessments for all three automotive brands, using the contractual requirements of the network to ensure full compliance and highlighting any relevant risks identified. Further duties: Work closely with the accounting team to ensure accurate financial reporting. Evaluate financial performance by comparing and analysing actual results with plans and forecasts. Guide the cost analysis process by establishing and enforcing policies and procedures. Provide analysis of trends and forecasts and recommend actions for optimization. Recommend actions by analysing and interpreting data and making comparative analyses; study proposed changes in methods and processes. Identify and drive process improvements, including the creation of standard and ad-hoc reports, tools, and systems.Skills required: · Proficient in Microsoft Office Packages. · Excellent numeracy skills. · Sigma knowledge desirable. · Financial qualification (part of fully qualified) preferred. (E.g - CIMA, AAT, ACCA) 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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  • £300 - £350/day
Senior Vehicle Integration Engineer Who are you? An enthusiastic and driven individual with the desire to learn and improve both yourself and the team around you. A self-motivated and proactive Engineer who is not afraid to pick up something new and work outside the boundaries of the job description. A team player who actively looks to help the people around them. Someone who can work in a fast paced and changing environment and willing to help shape what the future looks like for the client A Degree qualified Engineer (or related technical field) or someone who has the equivalent relevant experience in industry. Someone with 10+ years working in an Automotive Engineering role An Engineer with 5+ years' experience working as part of a world class OEM in the Vehicle Integration team (experience working in Volvo Vehicle Integration team is preferred) An expert user in Catia V5 Someone who has worked with homologation teams in ensuring the vehicle meets all its legal and market requirements An Engineer with sound knowledge and demonstrable experience in systems Engineering across a range of commodities and vehicles You are clear and logical in both written and verbal communication What will you be doing? The successful candidate will play a pivotal role in the Vehicle Integration team, working on a new electric vehicle to further strengthen the clients brand. He or she will compliment a growing and multi-disciplined team that are responsible for working across all areas of the vehicle, bringing the function groups, attribute & development and program teams together. The role will grow alongside the company, but some specific tasks will include; Advanced concept creation Cross functional problem solving Vehicle checks and report outs Chairing meetings including agenda creation and task management Prioritisation of function group, attribute and vehicle requirements Supporting Studio Engineers and function groups to deliver the Design teams aspirations Working with manufacturing engineering to deliver feasible solutions for vehicle assembly
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  • £24413 - £27456/annum
Communications & Marketing Co-ordinator Duration: Six Months fixed term contract Hours: Full time, 36.5 hours per week Salary: Starting from £24,413 up to £27,456 per annum, plus excellent holidays and contributory pension scheme So, one minute you're creating some amazing content about Welcome Week for our social media channels; next you're making a video to introduce students to their newly elected Officers; then you're getting all the promotional material ready for a brand new club night in one of our commercial outlets; next up is taking a brief to raise awareness of our fantastic Advice Centre; and then you're coordinating cross-departmental, multi-channel communications to ensure our much anticipated Sports and Societies Balls are a sell-out. Sounds like fun, doesn't it? We're looking for a bright, confident, and enthusiastic Communications & Marketing Co-ordinator with strong social media skills and video filming/editing experience to join our team on a fixed term basis. With no two days the same, you'll plan, implement and deliver innovative campaigns and strong marketing communications to engage and delight our 25,000 members and support our departments. This role is perfect for someone who likes variety, is creative and proactive; who takes real pride in producing high quality communications material and who is looking to gain further experience in a friendly and hard working environment. Who are we? Part business, part charity, part membership body, Warwick Students' Union is a vibrant place to work. An independent organisation in our own right, we're professionally run, but different. Our talented teams support elected student leaders to make change, improve lives and fulfil potential; we empower them to make all this happen. Warwick Students' Union is one of more than 550 students' unions across the country. And with more than 25,000 members, over 250 societies, 70 sports clubs, hundreds of elected representatives, a huge range of services and a bold strategy, we're one of the most exciting. What's the job? Reporting to the Communications and Marketing Manager, this office- based role will: * Create, develop and implement communications and marketing solutions across the whole of the Students' Union for all our activities, services and events. * Use our social media, as well as other digital and offline marketing channels, to communicate our key messages in a creative and timely way. * Shoot and edit photos and video to create vibrant digital content that engages and informs our students. * Work collaboratively with internal and external suppliers to produce engaging design work that reinforces the brand and strengths of Warwick SU in a coherent and consistent manner. * Play a key role in increasing participation and engagement with key Warwick SU activities and services (Welcome week, Elections, Commercial outlet promotions, Advice Centre, etc.) as a result of effective and timely communication. * Evaluate the effectiveness of communication and marketing activities and make recommendations. Who you are: You'll be an enthusiastic and determined person with a pragmatic approach to work in this dynamic and varied role. Your strengths will be your ability to communicate effectively to different audiences, along with your creativity, flexibility, and excellent organisational skills. You will have experience of working in a team environment and influencing others. It's essential that you hold experience of digital media techniques, including social platforms and websites, together with the ability to create photo/video content. You will have produced high quality marketing copy and possess excellent communication skills. Your attention to detail will be second to none. You'll be passionate about your work and have compassion and a commitment to empowering and supporting students. You'll be brave, bold and happy to come forward with new ideas and suggestions for different ways of doing things But above all, you'll come to work with a spring in your step, excited about working in an environment where you will be encouraged to speak up, take ownership and make a difference. Why apply? The exact opposite of corporate, we're progressive, passionate individuals working to make a difference in unconventional workplaces. In return for your enthusiasm and experience, we offer the flexibility for work-life balance, a competitive salary for the non-profit sector, a contributory defined contribution pension scheme and excellent holiday allowance. We're committed to equality of opportunity for all. We welcome applications from individuals regardless of their race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, religion, age, gender, or disability status. We want to support diverse and inclusive work environments and are actively looking for people who share our values. Whoever you are, we'd love to hear from you. Closing Date: 9.00am on 2nd February 2020 Interview Date: Thursday 6th February 2020. (You must be available to attend an interview on this date if shortlisted) Work somewhere professional, but different. Build a career with students' unions
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  • £26000 - £30000/annum
Are you an experienced Multi-Skilled Engineer/Technician? Do you have experience with HV systems or similar with good mechanical and electrical skills? This is a post within a rapidly expanding and world renowned Research and Development department at a leading University. Due to continued growth my client is looking for a candidate with skills in electronic, electrical and mechanical disciplines to work on battery related research and development projects. The successful candidate will have good mechanical, electronic or electrical skills (wiring/Fault finding) in order to help build test rigs, diagnose faults and fix them, effectively helping academics and industrial partners with their research projects. You will also be using a range of specialist equipment to test and characterise batteries. Anyone with HV/Authorised Person training will have a distinct advantage. The role would potentially suit someone from a maintenance background or someone that has worked at an electric vehicle dealership or similar. Dynamometer testing experience s also advantageous. You will be working in state of the art facilities to help build test rigs for batteries, wiring up to thermal chamber and utilising mechanical skills. You will also be working on live equipment so will receive training in this if needed. This is a fantastic opportunity for anyone with good electro-mechanical skills to join a renowned research and development centre that offers the chance to work on prestigious and exciting projects. The Role: * Working in a Research and Development department * Helping build test rigs, diagnosing faults, rectifying them * Wiring rigs, thermal chambers for battery testing The Candidate: * Electrical / mechanical / electronic knowledge in as many disciplines * Maintenance background / test rig building or similar * Senior Authorised Perosn (SAP) RTR: 89564 - Please click on "apply now" Contact Zac Mace
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  • £55 - £60/day
A Behaviour centre  based in Coventry is looking  for a team-teach / Mapa qualified LSA to join their team. Supporting students at the age range from 10years- 25years old with pupils with emotional, social and behavioural difficulties. The post requires an individual who is able to work as part of a team, support the class teacher, and manage negative behaviour effectively through de-escalation techniques. The position is on a supply basis with the potential for a long-term contract. You will enjoy support and guidance from a friendly team who work together and aim to give the best possible educational experience for their students. The post is very rewarding and is ideal for people who have SEND experience who are looking to take their next step. If you are a passionate LSA / Behaviour Support Assistant with knowledge and experience of supporting children and young people with behavioural difficulties. Great referral scheme - recommend a friend and earn up to £75.00 as a TA or £150 as a Teacher. Must have worked in a SEN Environment with challenging behaviour. Must have own transport Valid DBS Able to provide 2 recent reference If you are interested in this opportunity and meet the requirements above, please apply today. Please note, if you do not have relevant experience or qualifications, you will not be considered for this role. If you would like to be considered for this position or discuss the role further please do not hesitate to apply or get in touch via email (url removed) or phone (phone number removed). If you are a primary teacher, secondary teacher, SEN teacher, newly qualified teacher (NQT), cover supervisor or teaching assistant looking for positions please get in touch
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A Leading Housing Organisation in Binley Coventry is looking for 6 experienced customer service officers to straight start on Monday 27th January to deal with incoming calls acting as the first point of contact and dealing with customer enquiries; offering knowledge and support in a proactive manner especially in times of emergencies. This is a potential temp to perm position with the first 12 weeks being temp before you go permanent pending on performance You will mainly be dealing with irate customers regarding repairs, rent arrears, evictions and general enquiries so need to be calm and assertive at all times The contact centre hours are: Mon - Fri 8am-8pm Sat 8am-1pm Job begins with two weeks training 9am-5pm. 30 minute lunch plus two 10 min breaks. One in the morning and one in the afternoon 7.25 hours per day. Shift Patterns are: 8am-4pm, 9am-5pm, 10am-6pm, 11am-7pm and 12pm-8pm (Saturday shift will be once every 5 weeks) Shifts are set up to 1 month in advance. THIS IS NON NEGOTIABLE, IF YOU CAN NOT WORK ON THESE SHIFTS OR START ON MONDAY 27TH PLEASE DO NOT APPLY Applicants must have proven recent customer service experience. Pay rate is £10.03 per hour Please fill free to contact Ashley Diamond on (phone number removed) to find out more info. Resourcing Group is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy
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Sub contract floor fitter required for new student accommodation in Coventry. Screeding (latex) floors and fitting LVT. Must have CSCS card and CIS registered.
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Overview: Our client, an ever-evolving automotive manufacturer with an impressive heritage and truly exciting future, is currently looking for a unique individual with a structured and methodical approach. Working within a small, specialist team to virtually evaluate future model designs to assess the serviceability and feasibility for service repair processes. The successful candidate will take pride in working on whole vehicles belonging to two of the world’s most iconic brands. As a company that is passionate about engineering, our client continually pushes the boundaries of innovation and redefines the benchmark for excellence. We’re therefore looking for a likeminded individual who will strive for excellence and be an advocate of the brand. You will be responsible for assessing and developing the design proposals of Vehicle and Powertrain programmes using virtual and CAD tool sets. Taking into consideration reducing warranty costs, reducing maintenance and repair costs as well as the brands reputation for quality you will be working in the early stages of a products design life cycle. Position Description:                                              The Service Evaluation Repair Process (SERP) Engineer will be required to do the following: Examine design proposals on new vehicle programmes for potential serviceability issues. Work closely with service representatives from the Technical Service department to feedback potential serviceability issues to the vehicle programme team. Carry out digital tool feasibility assessments. Carry out ergonomic feasibility assessments. Carry out vehicle component removal and installation feasibility assessments using both virtual and CAD tool sets. Where feasibility issues arise, the SERP (Service Evaluation Repair Process) Engineer is required to communicate with specific product development teams to recommend changes and validate proposals. Create removal and installation processes to the trust mark authoring standards including; labour times to support issues and service requirements. Represent the Service organisation in the design engineering communities, in forums such as Package Meetings, Must Resolves, Design Reviews and Virtual Build Events.  Skills & Experience Required:   Extensive experience of whole vehicle maintenance including knowledge of servicing and repair techniques, Extensive knowledge of whole vehicle service, maintenance and repair techniques. Good working knowledge of vehicles, vehicle systems and an understanding of the latest vehicle technologies.  Excellent communication skills both verbal and written is essential. Flexibility & ability to work in fast moving/changing environment.  Natural problem-solver with the ability to work proactively both individually or as part of a team. Good level of IT literacy and the ability to analyse and present data using IT systems. Personal Skills: Working in a fast-paced environment it is essential that you are enthusiastic about your work, able to deliver results and respond well to new ideas and inputs. You will have a passion for the automotive industry and be looking continually improve the quality of documentation for technicians, dealerships and manufacturers. You will have strong communication skills and the ability to demonstrate logic and analytical thinking. Able to deliver quality work, consistently, while working under pressure in a highly demanding environment
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