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Job Title: Team Leader (Rail) Job Location: Derby Hourly pay rate: £15.43 Paye/ £19.54 LTD – Mornings £16.49 Paye / £20.92 LTD Afters Hours Per Week: 37 hours Shifts: 6-2 or 2-10 Shift Days: Monday - Friday Holiday Entitlement: 33 days holiday per year Duration: On-going. Ideal industries: Manufacturing, Vehicle Building, Rolling Stock, Ex Forces, RAF, Navy, Marine Client Summary: Our Client is a global leader in Rolling Stock vehicle manufacturing. Position Summary: To deliver best practice within key areas, support the team, promote and provide support to achieving a continuous improvement culture. Main responsibilities: • Health and Safety (25%) Promote, coach and support H&S within the team, hazard plans, risk assessments, safety walks, accident/incident investigations, housekeeping (5S) and Ensuring correct PPE is worn and available at all times. • Quality (15%) Ensure control plan is understood and followed, take the lead in practical problem solving (PPS), measure and record non-conforming costs (NCC) and any deviations in quality. • Delivery (15%) Ensure correct TAKT is followed, process track any disturbances through ANDON, bottleneck process unders6ood and resourced, ensure system for materials availability is adhered too. • Cost (15%) Track costs of consumables through PDCA, Ensure awareness of energy consumption, waste routes are observed and managed and requests overtime/annualised hour’s coverage. • People Management (10%) Manage and maintain discipline/attendance, conduct investigations up to final warning stage, communicate regular and hold team briefs, discuss monthly performance, appraisals, and objectives, identify training needs and develop team to enhance flexibility. • Continuous Improvement (10%) Promote team ethic in kaizen, key member in any kaizen events within their area and lead by example in identifying improvements. • Hands on Vehicle Building (10%) This position requires candidates support the build new state of the art, aluminium body side, electrical multiple units. There are an initial 66 trains that have 9 carriages each, to be built to first enter service in May 2017, to run on London’s Crossrail line. Person Profile/Experience: • Clear knowledge of customer and business demands on their area. • Thorough understanding of key production processes and sub-processes. • Knowledge and experience of inventory and production control systems. • Experienced user of problem solving and continuous improvement tools. • Understanding of quality, safety and environmental systems. • Understanding costs – Financial Awareness. • Ability to develop and encourage teams – Personal Effectiveness. • Ability to challenge and change people behaviours – Personal Effectiveness. • Methodical planner and organizer. • Computer competency in MS Excel and MS Word. Contact Information: Email: Phone: (Apply online only) PLEASE NOTE ALL APPLICANTS MUST BE ABLE TO PASS A DRUGS AND ALCOHOL AND MEDICAL TEST BEFORE BEING OFFERED A POSITION (This is standard procedure on this depot) Please note due to the volume of applicants, we can only commit to contact those candidates we deem suitable for the position. However, we may retain your details and contact you in the future should suitable positions arise
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A school based in south Nottingham has current need for a Boys PE Cover Supervisor on a day to day basis with an immediate start. The school have a great support system but you will be required to have sound classroom management skills. Suitable candidates will have the following: * Strong commitment * Previous experience as a Cover Supervisor / six months coaching experience *Challenging behaviour skills Please contact Ashton on (Apply online only) or email your CV to All applicants will be contacted to discuss suitability and then invited to register with TeacherActive. Registration involves an enhanced DBS check, ID checks and will require you to supply good professional references. We pride ourselves on excellent service. We can provide a wide range of opportunities in schools and other educational institutions, with good rates of pay, at times to suit your needs. Regular external audits have shown repeatedly that our standards are exceptional. We are passionate about finding the right staff for each environment. TeacherActive is an equal opportunities employer, and operates as an Employment Business in providing temporary or contract job-seeking services
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Are you currently a student at college or university studying a childcare course and looking for work which will fit in and around your studies? If so we would love to hear from you! Eyears are an Early Years and Education Employment Agency, currently working in partnership with a number of Schools, Nurseries and Pre-schools all over Nottingham! We are able to offer you flexible work which will fit in and around your studies – whether you are available for mornings, afternoons, 1 day a week or all week – we can help! These settings are all near to each other and commutable via public transport. They are fun, vibrant and exciting environments to work in. They already have a good team of experience Nursery Nurses in these settings, so you will be fully supported which will help with your own development. What you are doing; * Contributing to the day to day running of the nursery in accordance with the company’s policies and procedures * Liaising with parents to offer ongoing support * Providing a safe and stimulating child-centred environment * Supporting other team members whilst taking instructions from centre leaders * Encouraging child development through activities and play What you must have: * Thorough knowledge of EYFS and Ofsted Statutory Framework * Proven organisation skills and a dynamic approach to challenges. * Initiative coupled with a practical, problem-solving, ‘can-do’ attitude * Enthusiasm about providing excellent levels of care * Experience working as a Nursery Nurse in a childcare setting – paid or voluntary What will you gain from us: • Weekly pay • Flexible working • Free uniform • Online portal • Free job alerts
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Job Title: Financial Accountant Role Type: Full time, 12 month contract Location: Corby, Northamptonshire Salary: £24,000 Main duties and responsibilities · Maintaining, interpreting and reporting timely and accurate financial data · Involvement in month end process including stock valuation, preparing accruals, analysing variances, preparing reports and balance sheet reconciliations. · Preparing and managing the fixed asset register · Develop and document business processes and accounting policies to maintain and strengthen internal controls · Adhere to and promote the compliance policy, financial regulations and legislation · Continual review of processes to look for inaccuracies and potential improvements · Assisting with cashflow forecasts and reporting · Supporting in the production and review of the annual statutory accounts · Assist with statutory requirements including yearend, taxation and audit · Provide support and cover for credit control, purchase ledger and payroll in order to cover during times of absence. · Cover Finance and Management meetings in the absence of the Finance Manager · Perform ad-hoc analysis and undertake projects as required This job description is not exhaustive. From time to time you may be required to perform other duties and responsibilities which are not included in the above description; but are within your capabilities and where necessary training will be given. Essential Requirements: · Part qualified through either ACCA or CIMA. · Advanced Excel Skills including Lookups and Pivots · Ability to challenge the status quo and drive improvement through change · Strong organisational skills with the ability to multi-task and deliver high quality work to specific deadlines · Understanding the importance of integrity and confidentiality · Able to communicate with all members of the business · Can exercise independent judgement and leadership · A team player, prepared to help with all tasks Desirable Requirements: · Experience working within a manufacturing environment · Previous experience using Navision, SAGE Payroll and Hyperion
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Manage all site activities on behalf of Client in Water Treatment Industry Ensure EHS requirements are met. Schedule site activities, co-ordinating between contractors and customer activities. Provide daily reports on progress. Attend all customer site meetings as required. Ensure quality as per installation instructions and drawings. Ensure site staff are fully utilized at all times and plan work force accordingly. Ensure RAMS are updated and meet customer requirements. Minimise time on site for hired equipment. Maintain quality file on site
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Salary Details: Negotiable depending on skills and experience, with company benefits Benefits: This job includes: * 22 days’ holiday plus Bank Holidays, * Salary sacrifice schemes including childcare vouchers * Workplace Pension and Life Assurance * Employee Assistance Programme. * IMI (ATA) Accreditation Support, through our Nationwide Academy * Mobile Phone Discount Scheme and My Nationwide Car Scheme * Tool Club * My Nationwide Rewards, which includes discounts at Major supermarkets, High Street retailers, Travel & much more! Average saving is around £500 per year * Uniform The job of a MET Technician As part of a team of professionals you will undertake the dismantling and reassembly of damaged vehicles, to an extremely high standard, in accordance with the prescribed method, ensuing that that stripping and rebuilding work of all vehicles is carried out in a professional and correct manner and that final quality checks are undertaken in line with applicable standards. An important aspect of the MET Technician’s role is to also ensure that all jobs are completed within the estimated times. Checking that all parts are ordered as per estimate is also a given with the purpose of ensuring that the repair can be completed without delay, returning all unused parts to the parts department for credit. The MET Technicians job also includes ensuring that equipment used is operated in accordance with defined safety requirements You will report into the General Manager who has been at Nationwide for a number of years. He is as passionate about Customers as he is about his team and is absolutely determined to make his Bodyshop the best in group. It’s an amazing team! What you will be doing Our Bodyshop is fast paced and exciting with lots of opportunity to make an incredible difference and apply your expertise and skill. In the job of MET Technician you will be stripping and fitting different marques of vehicle. This means performing repairs to an extremely high standard. It is also important for you as a MET Technician for you to fully understand different manufacturers literature and bulletins so you are fully up-to-date. Another very important aspect of the job is teamwork as you will be working with other colleagues in the Bodyshop as well as across other functional areas. What we think good looks like As a MET Technician we would like you to have an interest and passion in what we do. With professionalism appearance we would also appreciate it if you had your own stocked toolbox, excellent job knowledge and be highly motivated. Naturally, due to the nature of the job you will need to have a full UK/EU Driving Licence and the relevant qualifications for the job (ATA, NVQ Level 3, or City and Guilds as well as experience in the accident repair environment). We will help and support you with the rest So are you a future Nationwider? About Us Nationwide aims to be the employer of choice within the accident repair industry. We put a lot of time and effort into finding and nurturing the very best candidates for every job, recognising and rewarding your achievements and supporting your personal development. Achieving this goal will help us maintain our position as the one of Europe’s leading accident repair networks. It will also enable us to set the standard by which all other accident repair centres are measured. Nationwide is one of Europe’s largest accident repair networks with 120+ bodyshops, mobile repair, glazing and accident management services. Since our inception, we have set the industry benchmark in accident repair and we continue to provide services to the world’s most recognised car manufacturers and dealerships from all over the world using our tried and tested award-winning approach. We have doubled in size in the last 2 years and with future expansion on the horizon it has never been a better time to join the team. And what about career progression? Well the world is your oyster at Nationwide. As long as you have the right attitude and do a great job, Nationwide will invest in your learning, development and job progression. The obvious choice for you would be to progress to be a Workshop Controller however there are many more jobs in Nationwide that you might be interested in and we will invest in you to help you reach your goals. Take Curtis Woodley, a Panel Technician at Chelmsford Rapid repair. Curtis started as an apprentice and says “I finished my Apprenticeship here but I’ve never stopped learning and developing my skill set. Nationwide have given me the opportunity to complete my ATA Accreditation and Aircon qualification as they saw that I had the potential and that I was eager to learn. I did the course at our Technical Training Centre in Goole which has a team of dedicated trainers just for Nationwide Team Members. Come and join us, it’s awesome”. Nationwide are absolutely committed to making sure you have a great place to work and are excited and engaged in what you are doing. Nationwide will support and reward all of your achievements. What happens next? Press the Apply button now to start your application Once you have applied for the job, we will initially consider your skills and experience based on your CV and application. If you match the job, we will be in touch with you to advise you of the next stage in the process. Nationwide is an equal opportunities employer and positively welcomes all applications from suitably qualified and eligible candidates regardless of sex, race, disability, age, sexual orientation, gender reassignment, religion or belief, marital status, or pregnancy and maternity. 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Are you looking for the opportunity to make a real difference to children's lives? Are you ambitious, motivated, and ready to become part of a growing school? Do you have the drive, ideas, and high expectations to help create a truly transformational school? Do you thrive in a fast-paced, research driven, and teaching focused environment? If so, I am currently recruiting for teachers to join this brilliant team in Leicester now! They are big school with high expectations, and are looking for a new dynamic Key Stage 2 Teacher to join them and continue their journey. Their belief is that innovative, quality teaching lies at the heart of everything they do. They never ask their staff to do anything that does not have a positive impact on pupil outcomes, nor anything they would not do themselves. They are a hardworking team, where staff at all levels are encouraged to develop themselves and be the best they can be, in a supportive environment that is focused on teacher CPD. They can offer you: * Plenty of opportunities for professional development, within their school and Trust. There are also opportunities for coaching and mentoring in school and within our network of schools * Wide opportunities to develop a subject specialism/area of teaching interest * Working groups with other key stage teams in their partner school * An individual CPD pathway, to develop practice, and help you reach the next stage in your career * A team dedicated to innovative teaching methods and implementing current research The right candidate will have: * Drive, determination and a passion for excellent teaching * The ability to plan and teach exciting sequences of lessons * A positive outlook and a resilient nature * A commitment to developing their own, and others, teaching practice as part of a team * The ability to work in a fast-paced environment that values each other Please get in touch with Lauretta at TeacherActive on (Apply online only) or email ;to hear more! All applicants will be contacted to discuss suitability and then invited to register with TeacherActive. Registration involves an enhanced DBS check, ID checks and will require you to supply good professional references. We pride ourselves on excellent service. We can provide a wide range of opportunities in schools and other educational institutions, with good rates of pay, at times to suit your needs. Regular external audits have shown repeatedly that our standards are exceptional. We are passionate about finding the right staff for each environment. TeacherActive is an equal opportunities employer, and operates as an Employment Business in providing temporary or contract job-seeking services
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Salary Details: Negotiable depending on skills and experience, with company benefits Benefits: This job includes: * 22 days’ holiday plus Bank Holidays, * Company Car and Personal Fuel * Laptop and Mobile Phone * Salary sacrifice schemes including childcare vouchers * Workplace Pension and Life Assurance * Employee Assistance Programme. * IMI (ATA) Accreditation Support, through our Nationwide Academy * Mobile Phone Discount Scheme and My Nationwide Car Scheme * Tool Club * My Nationwide Rewards, which includes discounts at Major supermarkets, High Street retailers, Travel & much more! Average saving is around £500 per year * UniformAre you a future Nationwider? About Us Nationwide aims to be the employer of choice within the accident repair industry. We put a lot of time and effort into finding and nurturing the very best candidates for every job, recognising and rewarding your achievements and supporting your personal development. Achieving this goal will help us maintain our position as the one of Europe’s leading accident repair networks. It will also enable us to set the standard by which all other accident repair centres are measured. Nationwide is one of Europe’s largest accident repair networks with 120+ bodyshops, mobile repair, glazing and accident management services. Since our inception, we have set the industry benchmark in accident repair and we continue to provide services to the world’s most recognised car manufacturers and dealerships from all over the world using our tried and tested award-winning approach. We have doubled in size in the last 2 years and with future expansion on the horizon it has never been a better time to join the team. The job of a Bodyshop Manager The role of our Bodyshop Managers and their leadership abilities are critical in driving our Group forward. Yes, our Bodyshop Managers are required to generate impressive results, they are responsible for the growth and development of the business and will be challenged to exceed profit targets, grow the business and achieve high customer satisfaction levels, however, they are expected to deliver this through their team by setting the vision, maintain their focus, driving the result, and developing their people in an atmosphere of Trust Our Bodyshop Managers are expected to be the best in the industry and as a successful and growing business we make no apologies for being highly selective in the calibre of new Managers joining our business. The Bodyshop Manager oversees the whole site and is responsible for maximising profitability and achieving the operational business plan. The role holder must also take responsibility for effectively controlling and maintaining resources, including stocks and equipment and minimising the risk of financial loss to the company. They will be required to lead and develop their team in order to create a motivational working environment, aid colleague retention, encourage continuous improvement and promote enhanced performance in colleagues with the ultimate aim to achieving an outstanding customer experience. What you will be doing Our Bodyshops are fast paced and exciting with lots of opportunity to make an incredible difference and apply your expertise and skill. In the job of Bodyshop Manager you will be engaging with your team on a continuous basis to ensure customer focus, performance and managing team objectives. You will ensure that Customer Service is a key priority in your business and will personally monitor and manage all complaints to ensure they are resolved quickly and fairly. Another aspect of this role is to ensure all housekeeping and Health & Safety regulations/policies are adhered to. You will prepare accurate data and statistics in line with weekly and monthly reporting requirements and contributing to regional meetings helping identify and promote new business opportunities Another very important aspect of the job is teamwork as you will be working with other colleagues in your site as well as across other functional areas. So what about career progression? Well the world is your oyster at Nationwide. As long as you have the right attitude and do a great job, Nationwide will invest in your learning, development and job progression. There are many more jobs in Nationwide that you might be interested in and we will invest in you to help you reach your goals. What we think good looks like As a Bodyshop Manager we would like you to have an interest and passion in what we do. With a professional appearance we would also appreciate it if you had exemplary leadership skills excellent job knowledge within the accident repair industry and be highly motivated. Naturally, due to the nature of the job you will need to have a full UK/EU Driving Licence and the relevant qualifications for the job as well as experience in the accident repair environment. We will help and support you with the rest What happens next? Press the Apply button now to start your application Once you have applied for the job, we will initially consider your skills and experience based on your CV and application. If you match the job, we will be in touch with you to advise you of the next stage in the process. Nationwide is an equal opportunities employer and positively welcomes all applications from suitably qualified and eligible candidates regardless of sex, race, disability, age, sexual orientation, gender reassignment, religion or belief, marital status, or pregnancy and maternity. 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Tomlin Personnel Ltd urgently require Class 1 HGV LGV Drivers with a Moffett Licence for our clients in the Nottingham, Nottinghamshire area. Work involves Trunking to RDC's or other similar sites and we have both day and night shifts available. Work involves trailer swaps and some back hauling, so you will need to contactable throughout the shift, good communication skills are essential for this position. Experience working with Side Curtain or Box Trailers would be an advantage but not essential. We also have Weekend work available should you also require this and higher rates are paid. You will need to have a Full Valid UK Drivers Licence, Valid CPC and Digi Tacho Cards and be eligible to work in the UK. In return you will be offered Full Time work (or part time if this is required) within the driving work you require. Rates from £12ph to £12ph Monday to Friday, from £14ph on a Saturday and from £16ph on a Sunday, We offer PAYE to all Drivers plus LTD Company Drivers are also welcome. We also can be flexible with your own Payroll Company, which we will be happy to discuss with you. For further information and for an immediate interview and start please call our Driving Division now on (Apply online only) (url removed) Skills Required Class 1 HGV Driving Trunking Day Work Night Work Weekends if required Qualifications Required Full Valid UK C+E Drivers Licence Full Valid Drivers CPC and Digi Tacho Card Be Eligible to work in the UK Keywords Class 1 Lorry Driver Lorry Driving Trunking Day Work Night Work Weekends if Required
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KS2 Primary Teachers Required * Primary school in Nottingham, is recruiting for both KS2 teachers * Will interview overseas candidates via Skype or Telephone interview * Role available from September, but would consider employing earlier * Supportive school with a great deal of CPD in place for staff members * Perfect if you want to relocate to the UK with a teaching friend This charming Primary School is located in Nottingham. The school is very popular in the local area and caters to children from Nursery through to Year 6. The school is located within a short walk from the nearest station, so is very easy to reach for those travelling on public transport. For drivers the school is very easily accessible. To be considered for this vacancy, please ensure: - You have the right to work in the UK or ability to gain it - You have a teaching qualification that is recognised in the UK - You can start from the beginning of September 2018 In return, TimePlan will support you throughout the entire recruitment process and negotiate a competitive salary on your behalf. We will also assist you with your relocation to the UK, if applicable, including help with housing, relocation costs and support with curriculum knowledge. To apply, call us on (Apply online only), send your CV or click 'apply now' if you are applying via our website, and it will notify us of your interest. Looking forward to hearing from you! TimePlan Education Group Limited is an Equal Opportunities Employer. We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expect all staff to share this commitment. This post is exempt from the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act (1974) and is subject to a successful Enhanced Disclosure, Barring Service (DBS) check and two professional references
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