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Social Worker  Our Vision is that every missing person is found safe.  We are a non-judgemental, highly skilled team of staff and volunteers working around the clock for everyone who needs us. We provide free 24 hour confidential support, help, advice by phone, email, text and online, including the opportunity to reconnect. We also coordinate a UK wide network of people, businesses and media to join the search for the estimated 250,000 people who go missing each year.  Missing People is an independent charity that relies on donations.  Position: Return Home Interview Worker  Location: Various locations across Sussex  Job Type: Full Time, Fixed term Contract until 31st March 2019  Hours: 35 hours per week, some out of office hours’ work will be required  Salary: £21,000 per annum  Benefits: 25 days per annum / pro rata plus statutory holidays; Additional annual leave days awarded on length of service; Company pension contribution Life insurance (3 x salary); Employee Assistance Programme (EAP) including 24/7 support helpline Interest-free Season Ticket Loans; Additional maternity pay and leave; Additional paternity pay; Additional sick pay; Childcare vouchers Eye care vouchers.  Closing date: 11th May 2018  First Interviews: 15th May 2018 (Sussex)  Second Interviews: 18th May 2018 (Richmond)  Start date: 1st July 2018  About the role:  The Return Home Interview (RHI) Worker will deliver RHIs for missing and vulnerable children and young people across Sussex. The RHI Worker will manage daily allocations of RHIs to ensure service targets are met and all missing children in Sussex are offered an independent return home interview.  Responsibilities:  - Provide professional and child-centred support to all young people missing from home or care in accordance with the service objectives, timescales and desired outcomes  - Review and manage daily referrals from Police, Local Authority staff, project workers and children / young people who wish to self-refer  - Deliver Return Home Interviews for the returned missing children within 72 hours of their return  - Conduct ongoing risk assessments for each child or young person to whom a service is being offered / delivered and make appropriate referrals for onward support and / or share information about at risk children where needed  - Produce detailed records of RHIs to be shared with Police and the Local Authority  - Input data to our service database to ensure information regarding young people is accurate and up to date  - Work collaboratively with the Missing People team to deliver services tailor made to individual children / young people’s needs  - For all children / young people receiving a service, provide feedback to the referring agency (with consent) on the general progress of the intervention and any identifiable needs which could be better met  - Support all children / young people receiving a service to have their voice heard by the various professionals, carers and family members in their life  - Represent the child and the charity professionally and constructively in any context where advocacy is required  - Be sensitive to the distress parents and carers may be experiencing following a child’s disappearance  - Provide advice and support to parents and carers which promote theirs and their child’s wellbeing  - Encourage parents and carers to use the wider services of the charity including Family Support, counselling, online forums and guidance, and local events etc  - Attend team meetings locally and occasionally at our Central Office in London  - Work as a team, using available technologies to build strong and effective relationships with colleagues locally and nationally  - Developing and maintaining effective working relationships with local partners, funders and colleagues  - Promoting local services through marketing and awareness raising among local partners  About you:  - Degree level education is desired  - Experience working directly with children / young people in a social care, statutory or voluntary sector setting  - Working (proven) knowledge of at least two of the following: the particular risks faced by missing and sexually exploited children / young people and young people; the common behaviors, needs and risks to children / young people who present challenging behavior and who may be difficult to engage in a service; issues related to the safeguarding of vulnerable children / young people broadly  - Experience of working in a police or social work setting or working in partnership with; police or social workers is desirable  - Experience of volunteering or working alongside volunteers and lone working  - Excellent listening, verbal and written communication skills  - Excellent record keeping and administration skills including the use of Microsoft Word, PowerPoint and Excel to a high standard  - Hold a full UK driving licence and have access to a vehicle  - Regular travel across Sussex and occasional travel to head office in London  You may have experience of the following: Social Worker, Social Work, Social Care, Charity, Third Sector, NFP, Not for Profit etc.  This vacancy is being advertised by EasyWeb Recruitment, the UK’s leading Online Recruitment Agency. The services advertised by EasyWeb Recruitment are those of an employment agency. No terminology in this advert is intended to discriminate on the grounds of gender, race, disability, age, sexual orientation, religion, or belief, and we confirm that we will gladly accept all applications
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Mechanical Quality Control Engineer required to work on a major infrastructure programme based in South East London on a contract basis. The Mechanical Quality Control Engineer will join an established project team and will be responsible for providing quality control expertise for various mechanical assets on the programme. Responsibilities * Timely reporting of NCR s * Attending quality forums * To attend package readiness reviews before commencement of Installation * Creation and review of Surveillance Reports. * Attends weekly package co-ordination meetings * Liaising with Package Engineers/Managers for site surveillances, and communicating to QA for entry onto surveillance schedule. * Supporting the successful delivery of complex multi-disciplinary tasks. * Undertake investigations into failures, safety irregularities and other incidents and provide reports giving conclusions, causes, and recommendations. * Undertake approval and assurance for the changes to process or where urgent remedial action is required * Work with site based Engineers to provide solutions to emerging issues. * Advice and comment on technical proposals to ensure compliance with statutory requirements, standards and contract documents. To be considered for the role of Mechanical Quality Control Engineer candidates must have current or previous experience working in a quality control role. You will have experience of working with mechanical systems as well as a solid understanding of M&E. Please contact Oli on (Apply online only) or (Apply online only) to discuss further or just apply online
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Full-time, Part-time, Temporary, Internship, Contract, Permanent. (1) Are you already a graduate or in the final year of a degree course?...
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Part-time, Temporary, Contract. Part Time, 15 hours per week - Fixed Term Contract until 31/12/2019. An opportunity has arisen for an outstanding individual to...
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Samsett Survey, are currently looking for a Dozer Driver in East Sussex. Ideal candidate Must have experience in operating D6N/D6K/D6T who also has a strong...
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Commissioning Engineer Portsmouth THE COMPANY ATA are proud to offer a fantastic opportunity for an experienced Commissioning Engineer with a strong background in the water industry to join a major contractor on their AMP6 framework. Worth in excess of £3 billion and offering planned improvements to millions of people throughout the south of the UK, this major scheme will encompass the maintenance and refurbishment of water supply and wastewater treatment works across the area. With a 12-month rolling contract on offer and plenty of opportunities to make your mark with this ever-growing industry giant, it’s a role you definitely don’t want to miss out on. THE ROLE As Commissioning Engineer, you’ll a strong incumbent commissioning team working on a number of sewage and water treatment plants throughout southern England on this major upgrade scheme. You’ll be responsible for updating and executing the commissioning plan, preparing and maintaining the commissioning programme and performing and documenting all inspections, testing and commissioning as required. On top of this, you’ll be responsible for managing subcontractors on site, attending commissioning meetings and communicating site progress to the commissioning management team and the technical author. You’ll also be working on multiple sites simultaneously as part of your role as Commissioning Engineer, so if you like moving around in the job and getting involved in several different jobs, this is the one for you! If this all sounds familiar and you’ve got a strong background in water, get in touch today to secure this great contract! THE CANDIDATE It’s essential that you have a strong background in water and have worked on similar framework projects previously for this one. This leading contractor is looking for someone who can jump straight in and crack on, so you’ll need to know your stuff. You’ll need a thorough working knowledge of sewage and water treatment process systems, as well as all relevant M&E plant and equipment. You’ll also need experience of commissioning in a contracting environment and knowledge of contract law, including standard contract forms in water or process related industry, as well as a detailed knowledge of water industry standards. Above all, you’ll also need to be willing to travel around sites for this role as it does cover a wide area as part of the framework patch. If you can tick all these boxes and you’re available now, what are you waiting for? Apply today! THE REQUIREMENTS Essential requirements for this role are: * Previous experience of commissioning in the water industry * HNC/HND in Engineering/Technical or equivalent * CSCS * SMSTS SALARY * £350 per day DOE APPLICATION PROCESS Don’t delay, get your application in today! Send your CV to or apply directly through the advert. If you’d like more information before applying, call us on (Apply online only) and ask for Sophie
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General Foreman Horsham “A fantastic chance to join a leading player in the water industry on a lucrative long-term rolling contract” THE COMPANY ATA are proud to present a hot-off-the-press opportunity for an experienced General Foreman with a background in civil engineering to join a leading contractor on the AMP6 Southern Water framework. Running until 2020 and boasting a multi-billion-pound budget, this major scheme will deliver improvements to millions of people throughout the south coast area of the UK. With the project encompassing maintenance and improvement works across hundreds of water supply and waste water treatment works, it’s a great scheme to be a part of. Even better, our client is offering a 12-month rolling contract with plenty of work to get done, so it’s a great time to join the team! THE ROLE As General Foreman, you’ll report directly into the Site Manager and play a key part in controlling physical works carried out throughout the project life cycle. You’ll be involved from commencement all the way through to the issuing of the Maintenance Certificate, so if you thrive on seeing the outcome of all your hard work, this will be perfect for you. On a daily basis, the General Foreman will work alongside the wider site management team to coordinate and control site set up, oversee subcontractor and direct labour, manage health and safety on site and complete basic paperwork such as daily site reports. All in all, you’ll play an integral part in the daily management of site and the works carried out, so there’s plenty to keep you busy! THE CANDIDATE The name of this game is an improvement scheme at a sewer treatment works, so previous experience working in water would be extremely beneficial for this one. If you don’t have water, general civils experience in a similar position is an absolute essential to be considered for the role. You’ll have a variety of subcontractors to look after, including civils and M&E, so you’ll need strong man management skills and previous experience of managing teams of at least 10 – 15 people. You’ll also need to be fully computer literate and competent in completing paperwork, as well as having a determined and proactive attitude towards driving work to completion. If this sounds right up your street, get in touch today to bag your chance at this belter of a contract! THE REQUIREMENTS * Proven experience in a similar role * CSCS card (white, gold or black) * SMSTS/SSSTS * First Aid THE SALARY * £250 - £280 per day LTD depending on experience APPLICATION PROCESS To apply for the role, do so directly through the advert or send a CV directly to . If you’d like more information before applying, feel free to call us and ask for Sophie on (Apply online only)
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