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You will be required to assist in promoting several Edinburgh-based companies within the Oscar's group. These are primarily food and drink establishments.
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The Nursing Partnership are currently recruiting for experienced Carers to cover various shifts in and around the Edinburgh area. The Nursing Partnership have a strong ethic towards patient care and vulnerable groups, we always aim to provide a friendly and professional service to our clients and most importantly our care staff who make a difference to people's lives on a daily basis. We are currently working in partnership with various care homes in Edinburgh. We have block bookings or adhoc bookings available. Due to our busy workload and high demand for carers at present, we are ideally looking for carers that will be able to cover 2/5 shifts per week. Both day and night shifts are available. We offer a flexible work pattern that can allow you to pick when you want to work allowing your shifts to be scheduled around your own lifestyle. We currently offer excellent benefits as follows:- Benefits Free Training for all Mandatory Training Free online training platform via Interactive Healthcare or TURAS Free Uniform Holiday Pay Flexibility Excellent Pay Rates Weekdays £10.00 Weeknights £10.50 Weekends £11.00 Weekly pay (every Friday) Electronic Time sheets / No Paper Time Sheets required A very experienced and friendly team of consultants to work withMinimum requirements for this role You Must have a minimum of 6 months experience You Must provide us with 2 x Employment References You Must have a current PVG MembershipIf you are looking for the flexibility to work around your busy lifestyle please call us INDCW
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Are you a Registered Medical Practitioner coming to the end of a work assignment and looking for a new role in a challenging but rewarding environment? We require enthusiastic and forward looking Registered Medical Practitioners to deliver vital face-to-face assessments that result in quality assessments for the Department for Work and Pensions. What`s in it for me? A great salary paying £72,000. Peripatetic roles pay up to £90,000. Quality career development with the opportunity to study a Master`s Degree in Occupation Health after a qualifying period A comprehensive benefits package Predominately business hours Day-to-day work counts towards your revalidation Can you see yourself being part of our mission to help our clients move forward with their lives by providing a quality, sensitive and respectful service? If so, we would love to hear from you about how we can help your career and you can help us deliver exceptional service.   And our staff like working with us, over eighty per cent of our team rate their employment with us as good or very good. Job Duties: Meet clients to assess and review their complex medical conditions focusing on how a disability affects their day-to-day life and performing work related activities. Within the hour-long assessment, you have the time to really understand the individual`s condition and its impact. Review individual`s medical evidence in a written or electronic format to determine the suitability of a face-to-face assessment as part of their case management. Use IT software programmes to support clinical decision making when undertaking assessments for which full training will be given. Analyze and interpret clinical information and medical evidence to produce comprehensive and representative reports. Education and Experience Requirements: A Registered Medical Practitioner who has, since full registration, consolidated their clinical skills with a minimum of 2 years` post registration general experience, working primarily in-patient facing roles dealing with a wide range of clinical conditions. Full unconditional registration with the General Medical Council with a valid license to practice. Demonstrate maintenance of professional development to ensure successful re-licensing in accordance with the GMC code of professional conduct. The interview process is currently in progress with each step happening either on the phone or online, so this can all be done in your spare time without having to leave your house. Our client is being extremely flexible with start dates as we wouldn't want to take you away from any clinical duties at this time. If this sounds like a great opportunity for you to further your career and expand on your experience then please send your CV to   or call- (phone number removed) for a confidential discussion
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Approach Personnel are currently seeking an General Foreman on a temporary contract basis for a project in the Edinburgh area. The General Foreman will be responsible monitoring progress, oversee delivery of materials, carry out safety checks and to ensure work is completed to a high standard / finish within the given time frame. The role will start as from 1st June 2020 and the project will be working on civils side, managing the ground workers so experience within this sector is essential.    Job Details:  You will be undertaking and setting out duties Supervision of site on a day to day basis reporting to the contracts manager Management of trades & labour on site Holding site meetings Ensuring build programmes & schedules are met Insuring all health & safety is carried out to a high level  Requirements:         Must be local to the area Experience in Civils Sector Understand construction methods, health and safety, and legal regulations Demonstrate Strong communication skills IT skills Valid UK Driving Licence Qualifications:       SMSTS or SSSTS Gold CSCS CARD First aid qualified Rate of pay: £19 - £21 per hour
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First people solutions are looking for a Plant Vehicle Marshall for a start mid April The job is located in Currie and is a minimum of 6 weeks work however there good potential for this contract to run longer. The correct candidate will have the following: CPCS/NPORS plant vehicle Marshall ticket CSCS cardIn return you will get: Good rate of pay with overtime rates where applicable Minimum 45 hours Potential for a good length of contractIf you are interested please send a CV
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Secondary SEND Teacher (Behaviour Intervention) The Falkland Islands up to £39,903 per annum + relocation & bonus (dependent on qualifications and experience) 2, 3 or 4 year contract with the option to extend to 5 years August 2020 start The role Education on the Falkland Islands is unique. The Islands have a small population, with big ambitions. It will be your job to help turn these ambitions into reality. The successful candidate will be required to support and teach secondary aged pupils with varying special educational needs. This position is to commence in August 2020, with a mandatory 2-week isolation period upon arrival. The Falkland Islands currently has no cases of COVID-19, and all previous cases made a full recovery. The person Professionally, you will be a resilient and self-motivated individual, with qualified teacher status and at least 2 years post NQT teaching experience. Experience of teaching secondary aged students with varying special educational needs is essential for this role. Personally, you should have a sense of adventure, resilience and a love for the outdoors due to the remote and rural nature of this position. The package & benefits - Salary of £39,903 for teachers with 5 years+ experience - Low rates of income tax - 25% gratuity, payable at the end of the contract - Airfare for the post holder and dependants at the beginning and end of contract, as well as airfares for return flights after every full year of the contract - A relocation grant - Subsidised accommodation to rent - Free education locally for dependent children to GCSE level and possible allowance for overseas studies thereafter - Fixed term contracts of either 2, 3 or 4 years in the first instance and the ability to extend to 5 years upon mutual agreement For more information visit https://(url removed)/secondary-special-educational-needs-teacher-behaviour-intervention or contact Lauren Cartledge on (url removed)
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A global aerospace and defence organisation specialising in complex electronic warfare systems are seeking a FPGA Design Engineer responsible for designing high…
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  • £39903/annum + bonus & relocation allowance
Health & Social Care Teacher (Key Stage 3 & 4) The Falkland Islands up to £39,903 per annum + relocation & bonus (dependent on qualifications and experience) 2, 3 or 4 year contract with the option to extend to 5 years August 2020 start The role Education on the Falkland Islands is unique. The Islands have a small population, with big ambitions. It will be your job to help turn these ambitions into reality. The successful candidate will be required to teach Key Stage 3 & 4 Health & Social Care up to and including GCSE within the secondary school located on the main island of Stanley. You will have a proven track record of successful Health & Social Care teaching, ensuring the best possible progress and academic outcomes for students through planning and delivering engaging and differentiated lessons to a high standard on a daily basis. This position is to commence in August 2020, with a mandatory 2-week isolation period upon arrival. The Falkland Islands currently has no cases of COVID-19, and all previous cases made a full recovery. The person Professionally, you will be a resilient and self-motivated individual, with qualified teacher status and at least 2 years post NQT teaching experience. Experience of teaching GCSE and IGCSE Health & Social Care within Key Stage 3 and Key Stage 4 is essential for this position. Personally, you should have a sense of adventure, resilience and a love for the outdoors due to the remote and rural nature of this position. The package & benefits - Salary of £39,903 for teachers with 5 years+ experience - Low rates of income tax - 25% gratuity, payable at the end of the contract - Airfare for the post holder and dependants at the beginning and end of contract, as well as airfares for return flights after every full year of the contract - A relocation grant - Subsidised accommodation to rent - Free education locally for dependent children to GCSE level and possible allowance for overseas studies thereafter - Fixed term contracts of either 2, 3 or 4 years in the first instance and the ability to extend to 5 years upon mutual agreement For more information visit https://(url removed)/health-social-care-falklandislands or contact Lauren Cartledge on (url removed)
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Senior Systems Engineer (Sensor Systems - Architectures and Requirements) Location: Luton Rate: £45ph Type: Contract A global aerospace and defence organisation are seeking a Senior Systems Engineer with experience of creating and developing system architectures and requirements, to apply their knowledge to the development of a world-leading multispectral integrated sensing suite for a next-generation combat aircraft. Responsibilities - Senior Systems Engineer Development of architectures and control mechanisms for sensor management and sensor data exploitation. Perform analysis and modelling to demonstrate the effectiveness of architectures and control mechanisms. Liaise with sensors and communications technical specialist teams to: Define requirements and architectures for the integrated sensing suite. Design control mechanisms for elements of the integrated sensing suite. Develop and challenge system modelling and analysis approaches. Produce system-level requirements, architectures and interface definitions, utilising SysML (Systems Modelling Language). Skills and Qualifications - Senior Systems Engineer Significant experience working with high-performance RF / EO / IR sensor systems. Familiar with use of SysML modelling tools Strong proficiency in architecture and requirements generation and management. Good understanding of acceptance criteria relating to requirements and architecture sign-off at varying stages of maturity. Experienced in interface definition activities for complex systems. Ability to lead work packages, assuming ownership and responsibility for deliverables in accordance with project plans and guidelines. Experience in developing team members, with regards to systems architecture / engineering skills and techniques. Self-motivated with a strong aptitude for problem-solving and decision-making within projects involving a high degree of design complexity and significant levels of uncertainty. Excellent verbal and written communication skills, with experience of delivery to a variety of internal and external stakeholders of varying seniorities. Undergraduate Engineering degree or related scientific discipline. Good but not essential: In-depth knowledge of passive and active RF sensor systems, including signal processing methods for detection, measurement, identification, and countermeasure. Demonstrable knowledge of Radar, EO/IR and/or EW technology, performance, operational capabilities, and operational (mission) use. Proficiency in engineering / mathematical modelling using MATLAB and Simulink Engineering Chartership (or a member of a professional engineering organisation). Experience in hardware / firmware / software development for product delivery. Click "Apply Now" to find out more
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