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  • £32 - £35/hour
Contractor immediate start. £32 to £35 per hour. I'm looking For a mechanical design engineer, Company is based in Poole Dorset. Manufacturing design of the ticket machines. CREO or solid works. If your available, please email cv
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  • £18500 - £23000/annum depending on experience
Working as part of a multi-disciplinary team, Recovery Navigators deliver an integrated service through the provision of comprehensive and ongoing assessment, recovery planning, appropriate referral/linkage and psychosocial interventions. This includes liaising effectively with partnership agencies in order to ensure continuity of care, key working and access to appropriate services. Drug and Alcohol Recovery Navigator Ref: 42.19 Base: Christchurch Hours: Full time, 35 hours per week Salary: £18,500 to £23,000 per annum depending on experience Contract: Fixed Term Contract (12 months) Integration means that our service welcomes people at any stage in their recovery journey, starting with the open end of harm reduction, through to brief interventions, extended interventions and structured treatment. In this role, day to day duties will involve you delivering a range of interventions including key-working, strengths based assessment, recovery planning, and structured group and 1:1 work. A significant proportion of your case load will be managed in partnership with a prescribing nurse who you’ll collaborate with closely in order to provide the safest person centred treatment experience. As a Recovery Navigator, you will be responsible for working with and motivating service users to engage in the recovery programmes we offer in Dorset as well as become involved in the communities they live in so that they connect with others and feel purposeful in everyday living. What we’re looking for Ideally, you’ll have experience working in a similar field or a similar environment, including undertaking assessments and delivering a range of evidence based substance misuse psychosocial interventions in 1:1 and group-work settings. You’ll have a good understanding of group working and group dynamics, and will be able to demonstrate competent group work facilitation skills. You’ll be comfortable dealing with the emotional content of sessions and constructively challenging the behaviours you see. Some knowledge and understanding of mental health issues would be helpful. In addition, you’ll be able to demonstrate excellent communication, organisation and time management skills and will be confident managing your own priorities in order to carry a diverse workload with competing demands. Just as importantly, you’ll have a genuine interest in the understanding of substance misuse problems and a positive recovery focused attitude. You’ll be keen to develop professionally and will demonstrate a high level of integrity and enthusiasm for working within the un-structured direct access ‘front door’ of our service as well as the structured group programmes that we run on a continuous cycle. About EDP EDP Drug & Alcohol Services is a thriving charity, working in Devon and Dorset with people affected by drug and alcohol use and their families. Increasingly we work with people that have a range of challenges impacting on their wellbeing, building on their strengths, hopes, aspirations and hidden talents. Because we focus on what’s strong not what’s wrong our work is highly valued by service users. Simply put, we help people to live fulfilling lives. EDP can offer you a real opportunity for new, challenging and highly rewarding experiences. In return for your commitment and enthusiasm, we offer a comprehensive training & development programme, a generous leave package, pension scheme, and a positive, friendly working environment. Closing date for applications is noon on Wednesday 10th July 2019. Interviews to be held on Monday 22nd July 2019. Please ensure that you quote reference number 42.19 on your application. TO APPLY AND FOR MORE INFORMATION: If you would like to find out more about this position and to apply, please click the 'Apply Now' button. You will be directed to the EDP website. There you can download the information pack and application form. EDP is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of vulnerable adults and expects all employees and volunteers to share this commitment. Candidates are subject to additional checks including DBS (to the appropriate level) and prison vetting – details will be specified as part of the vacancy details. Outcomes of these additional checks will be considered before any offer/appointment is confirmed. No agencies please
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Our customer has a need for an experienced Supplier Quality Engineer based in Wimborne, Dorset. For a duration of 3-6 months. The focus will be on AS9102 FAIRs non-conformance processing. Experience of working with Boeing and associated Conformity inspection requirements will be an advantage. Responsibility for ensuring adherence to Quality Management System requirements, this will involve driving root cause analysis and the on-going development of increased supplier capability. Core compentencies: * Proven background in Quality Assurance and thorough understanding of Quality tools and techniques * Quality Planning – ability to effectively flow down Customer specific requirements and ensuring capture of all quality requirements relating to the achievement of product compliance * Excellent root cause analysis and corrective action understanding, including use of lean tools such as 8D, and DFMEA / PFMEA. * Sound electro-mechanical engineering background and associated inspection knowledge. * Attention to detail and methodical approach * Self starter with a desire for problem solving and process improvement * Professional conduct and good communication skills to influence both internally and externally
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  • £120 - £180/day
Supply Desk are working with a Secondary Academy School based in Blandford, Dorset that are looking for a full time Science teacher to start from September on a temp to perm contract Pay: To Scale Location: Blandford, Dorset Start date: 2nd September 2019 Hours: 08:00 to 16:00 About the Role: The position will be starting from September on a full time contract for the academic year teaching all areas of Science in Key Stage 3 and 4. The school are looking to make the position permanent for the right Science teacher. The School follow the OCR syllabus so those with experience teaching this is considered an advantage but not essential. The school are looking for someone that comes with good subject knowledge for Science and has strong behaviour management skills. The school offers constant training and opportunities for progression. The position is suitable for an NQT Science teacher and the School will also consider an unqualified Science teacher that has the right skills required. About the School: The school is located in the picturesque area of Blandford, Dorset. The school has recently joined a local Academy trust and is under exciting transformations. The school has around 950 students aged from 11 to 16 years. The school has an established Maths department that provides plenty of support to it's colleagues. In last year’s GCSE's, 54% of students achieved a 4-9 grade. The school are working hard to improve on this for this year through exciting programmes implemented by the department. The ideal candidate will: Have recent experience teaching in UK Schools Be a committed team player Proven track record of raising attainment Be confident and adaptive to different environments Have strong classroom management skills Have either NQT or QTS status How do I Apply? Please note that the school are looking to arrange interviews over the next couple of weeks. Please send a CV with contact details to For more details on the role please call our office on (phone number removed)
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We are recruiting for multiple OT posts within a NHS trust please see below: Post 1 - community based - band 6 ,37.5 hrs per week - 3 months OT working in the community so community experience required. Ideally, Full Time , however Park Time will be considered. Assessment and treatment of community dwelling older adults, in their own homes, physical rehabilitation. Post 2 - Inpatient band 5/6, 15 hours per week - 2 months Degree/Diploma in OT, registration with HPC. Providing OT Service on an inpatient MH ward for older persons. Providing evidence based OT using client centred principles to assess, plan, implement and evaluate interventions Post 3 - Community based - Band 6, 37.5 hours per week - 2 months Community team providing rapid response visits to patients in their own homes to prevent admission and to support early discharges home from hospital. Supporting other staff within the team. Caritas Recruitment is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy
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MPI are assisting our client with their current requirements for a Tooling Engineer to be based at Bournemouth, Dorset BH11 9QN Proposed length of contract is 6 months This will be a fixed term contract direct with our client and will therefore be at the rate of £13.25 per hour PAYE. There is a view for this to become a permanent role for the right candidate. Working hours are: Monday - Thursday 08.00 – 16.45 and Friday 08.00 – 12.30 Job Description To control, manage and report all tooling requirements to enable company to accurately forecast spend and specify cost savings. Essential Duties & Responsibilities - Manage, Monitor and control Tooling on a day to day basis across sites. - Liaise with Tool Supplier Reps to ensure stock levels are accurate and available - Liaison with Machine Tool Manufacturer Applications Engineers to constantly improve tooling - Support the Engineering department with New Tooling requirements and tooling issues - Interface with other departments, manufacturing facilities and customers for engineering related tasks - Support Shop floor with tooling requirements - Provides support and assistance to any new part introduction process and assisting in securing a smooth introduction. - Project manage new tooling requirements for new plant installation and liaise with Engineering - Manage and reduce tooling cost/spend in line with budget assumptions - Standardise tooling across the site. - Any other reasonable duties as requested by management - Have the ability to trouble shoot and solve tooling problems when required. Skills/Knowledge requirements Academic: - Good General Education – Essential - Time Served Apprenticeship – Desirable Experience: - Minimum of 5 years related work experience – Essential - Knowledge of multi-discipline Engineering fundamentals– Essential - Knowledge of multi-discipline engineering practices, processes and procedures– Essential - An understanding of aerospace materials and standard hardware– Essential - Previous experience of programme management– Essential - Good knowledge of CNC Machining and Catia NC Programming– Essential - Awareness of CNC Machines and controls – Essential - Tooling and Fixturing knowledge – Essential - Experience of working to budgets – Desirable Key Competencies: - Commercially aware – essential - Computer Literate with good Excel knowledge – essential Other Skills/ Abilities/ Personal Attributes: Skills: - Customer relationship skills– essential - Interpersonal skills– essential - Negotiator– essential - Analytical– essential - Financially aware– essential - Knowledge of sector– essential Abilities: - Ability to listen and focus on business objectives – essential - Work on own initiative– essential Personal Attributes: - Clear, concise communicator– essential - Organised and methodical– essential - Takes ownership of problems– essential
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  • £26000/annum 26 days + 8 Bank holidays
To comply with and understand Prospects safeguarding policy and procedures and take action as appropriate in relation to children and vulnerable groups regarding matters of safety, protection and wellbeing. Prospects is committed to promoting equality of opportunity, valuing diversity and eliminating discrimination, as a core value. Job Description Provide careers advice and information to prisoners, helping them to achieve work, learning and personal development goals. Train a cohort of prisoners to Level 3/4 Careers Information Advice and Guidance. Documenting advice and goals in an agreed Personal Learning Plan/Skills Action Plan. Deliver employability workshops including CV, Disclosure, Interview Skills and live Job Search. Coordinating careers/employment fairs, sector specific talks, employer visits and motivational events. Work with prisoners to support their progression into learning or work through the gate. Work with a variety of organisations and resettlement partners to meet prisoners personal learning and employment goals. Manage a prisoner caseload, supporting the achievement of personal and team targets, including MI requirements for the contract. Record all interactions with prisoners on Pnomis, updating case notes and local MI systems. Complete all necessary prisoner records, including the issue of ULNs in line with contract requirements and the service specification. Use and contribute to local, regional and national LMI to support prisoner progression. Comply with prison security arrangements and pursue working methods that are coherent with safe working practices. Comply with Prison Service Code of Conduct including Dress Code. Meet all standards for quality of service; safeguarding, information and data security, and any other standards to meet contract requirements. Represent and promote Prospects Services in a professional and commercial manner, working effectively with other agencies. Attend custody meetings and where required travel to external events and training to support CPD. Work collaboratively with staff of all levels to deliver holistic joined up services, supporting multi-agency initiatives. Other duties commensurate with the level and nature of the post. Personal Specification Able to meet deadlines. Experience in delivery of careers advice to adults, individually or in groups, in custody or in the community. Ability to deliver careers advice to a variety of groups including those with physical and learning disabilities (LDD) and disadvantaged groups e.g. homelessness, substance misuse, mental health and housing etc. Excellent communication and presentation skills. High standard of administrative/ICT skills, able to use digital platforms to enhance the learner experience, e.g. Virtual Campus. Skilled and competent in delivering careers advice in a range of settings and through a variety of delivery methods. Well organised, capable of working under pressure, meeting deadlines and targets, managing caseloads and own time. Able to promote the service and maintain professional relationships with partners. Good team player, able to work as part of the Prospects in custody team. Able to use own initiative and capable of lone working. Able to work flexible hours as and when required. Able to work in a target driven environment, and ability to meet or exceed contract targets. Commitment to delivering quality services and adhering to the Ofsted common inspection framework. An understanding of and commitment to promoting equality and diversity. Education and Qualifications Essential: Hold, as a minimum, Level 4 Diploma in Careers Information and Advice or NVQ 4 in Advice & Guidance. Level 2 English and Maths or equivalent. Willing to undertake professional training to maintain standards and support CPD. Preferable: PTLLS qualification or equivalent. 12 month contract 36 hours (Mon - Thurs = 8am - 5pm, Friday = 8am - 12 noon) From the commencement of employment, annual leave entitlement will be 26 days per annum (187.2 hours). The holiday year runs from 1st April to 31st March (a pro rata leave allocation during the first year of employment with entitlement accruing on a daily basis). Monthly pay (26th of the month)
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  • £18000 - £21000/annum + Holiday
City Centre cleaning services is now looking for a high calibre individual Mobile cleaner supervisor to join us and support one of our prestigious client sites, in Bournemouth or Southampton area – this would be operating deep clean and summer lets in Student accommodation. You will also deliver an efficient cleaning service and foster long term profitable relationships with Clients to maintain existing business - Position commencing at end of June 2019. Type of employment, full time contract. (summer season) Candidates should be able to demonstrate the following skills: Managing staff (attendance and performance) Maintaining high standards of cleanliness Maintaining standards of professionalism Ensuring Client expectations are fulfilled Attention to detail Organised and efficient Ability to act as first point of contact Ability to use initiative and work effectively as part of a team Team player with good leadership skills Ability to communicate at all levels effectively and clearly Cleaning operative duties Cleaning supervisory experience is essential Only candidates with the relevant skills and knowledge need apply. Benefits of working with City Centre recruitment include: Company sick pay (after qualifying period) Holidays – Birthday holiday (after qualifying period) Please provide a character reference, previous or current employment reference. Salary discussed at interview Salary: £18.000 to £21.000 Depends on Experience. Required experience
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JOB TITLE: Supervisor Support LOCATION: Bovington DSG SALARY/RATE AND BENEFITS: PAYE £9.35/ LTD £11.61 YOU MUST HAVE THE FOLLOWING: - Educated to Level 2 in National Qualification Framework (NQF) as a minimum (GCSE grade C or above, Level 1 National Vocational Qualification (NVQ), Level 1 diploma) - Excellent Communication skills COMPANY INFORMATION: Babcock International provides world class fleet management and equipment support to the MoD through its white fleet and engineering vehicle fleet provision and management contracts as well as its Army training contracts. DSG is the MoD agency responsible for storage, maintenance, repair and overhaul of military vehicles and equipment. It plays a key role in ensuring the Army is able to train and be ready to deploy. ROLE INFORMATION: The purpose of this role is to deliver the workshop processes that enable vehicles/assets to be efficiently repaired. Working closely to support the workshop Supervisors and as part of a multi-skilled team, Supervisor Support will co-ordinate and expedite activities in the workshop to assist in making the most efficient use of workshop staff, space and parts. People - Liaising with Supervisors to support with administration activities related to workshop delivery. - Liaising with internal (eg planning, I&RM, Customer Services) and external stakeholders to expedite workshop activities. Tools - System administration – ERP, safety near misses, asset management, quality, Learning Management System (LMS) - Ensuring work areas remain safety compliant - Ensuring staff have and comply with PPE requirements Process - To adhere to company policies at all times Provide administrative support to conduct the following (not exhaustive) list of activities: - Creating material demands and emergent work (SOPADDs) - Requesting additional hours for emergent work from MCMO - Scanning paperwork into DMS - Focal point for James queries and obtaining responses - Focal point for MCMO job pack queries and obtaining responses - Configuration of job packs for Customer Services - Requesting Call ins/out from Customer Services - Handling NSRs/EFRs with I&RM - Returning spares through the 508 process - Logging and monitoring Cross-servicing/Cannibalisation - Raising RCAs & RFCs HOW TO APPLY: Simply send us your CV today by applying online and a member of our team will be in contact with you as soon as possible. Please note at busy times we are unable to get back to all applicants. If you’ve not heard anything within 1 week, thank you, however it does mean you were unsuccessful. Rullion is a forward-thinking recruitment company that specialises in providing a wide range of talent consultancy services to a diverse client base; from small start-ups to large household names. Rullion celebrates and supports diversity and is committed to ensuring equal opportunities for both employees and applicants
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  • £9.35 - £11.61/hour
We have a new opportunity for an Engineering Support Administrator to work with a leading Multinational Engineering Services Company, based in Bovington, Dorset. In this role you will liaise with Engineering Supervisors to support with administration activities related to workshop delivery, to enable vehicles/assets to be efficiently repaired. As part of a multi-skilled team, you will co-ordinate and expedite activities in the workshop to assist in making the most efficient use of workshop staff, space and parts. Experience: Desirable: * Full UK driving licence * Experienced or competent user of ERP system (e.g. Baan, SAP, IFS) * Competent and experienced user of the Joint Asset Management and Engineering Solutions (JAMES) system * Educated to Level 2 in National Qualification Framework (NQF) as a minimum (GCSE grade C or above, level 1 National Vocational qualification (NVQ), Level 1 diploma) Key Skills: * Able to learn and use core IT system processes (e.g. ERP, LMS, JAMES) * Ability to learn and follow production processes and techniques * Ability to learn and follow safety standards and procedures * Ability to be flexible to changing demands This role would suit an Administrator who has experience of working within an engineering environment previously. This contract is to start ASAP and will be reviewed in March 2020. If you are interested in this role and have the required skills and experience APPLY NOW
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