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This is a contract role, Initially for 6 months but may go longer. Our client are looking for a Logistics Manager based at their site in Bonnybridge.
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  • £8.72/hour
Litter pickers required for immediate start in Falkirk area. Must be available to start immediately. Must have own safety boots and preferably Hi-Viz vest. Please forward CV to patrick @ a1job. co. uk Thank you
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Our client are looking for a Logistics Manager based at their site in Bonnybridge. This is an urgent requirement site based and the role holder will be a critical worker. This is a contract role, Initially for 6 months but may go longer. To lead and coach a team of people to maximise productivity, quality and effectiveness. To manage the businesses transport requirements. To manage the stores and the efficient delivery of materials. Focus on minimising discretionary spend and ensure proactive control of costs. Ensure legal compliance of Transport legislation through proactive auditing. This critical role requires someone with great team management skills, as well as ensuring the reliability of manufacturers and suppliers to ensure deliveries are sent to the correct location following strict time scales. The postholder will have a requirement to respond to a number of different challenges in this role. The accountabilities are varied and a degree of knowledge is required in each area to ensure effectiveness. Take ownership and the lead in overall objectives to improve the safety and customer service culture across the organisation. Able to make balanced decisions, taking into account all possible information available, able to consult with others when applicable and anticipate/recognise possible outcomes. Responsibilities; * Ensure that optimum stock levels are maintained to meet Business needs. * Manage the transport and plant for Customer & Performance (England & Wales). * Assist in the development and delivery of the Transport Business SLA. * Focus on minimising discretionary spend and ensure proactive control of costs * Focus on continuous improvement through quality processes * Ensure optimum utilisation of drivers, vehicles and plant. * Communicate openly (formally and informally) to your team the issues facing the business and your section, setting, discussing and reviewing targets and performance. * Monitoring the team (attendance / performance etc) * Develop an understanding of the relevant trade union agreements.. * Carry out office, site and operational audits on your team. * Ensure team is aware of and complies with Company Health, Safety and Environmental requirements and update them on particular issues as they arise working with your team towards a zero accident culture. * Capture feedback and issues from Operational Safety and Compliance Audits, Quality Audits etc and address any non-conformances. * Prepare and manage budgets and monitor appropriate cost information from relevant financial systems * Comply with OFGEM and internal levels of service. * Respond appropriately to Customer Complaints, taking ownership and resolving as appropriate * Deliver excellent customer service to all aspects of your operation and instil this in your team. Actively promote customer service standards within area of responsibility. Skills; * Enthusiastic and flexible individual with drive to succeed and self motivated. * Excellent communication skills with individuals at all levels. * Strong customer focus. * Effective decision maker, not inhibited by consultation with others when necessary or give lead as required. * Ability to lead and motivate teams. * Ability to deliver objectives without compromising on safety, quality or customer service. * Well-developed consultation and negotiation skills. * Good organisation and time management skills. * An effective and confident written and verbal communicator. * Working knowledge of transport legislation. * At least 3 years experience in a team management role. * Working knowledge of relevant IT Applications * Knowledge of Employment Law
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GxP Recruitment invites applications on behalf of our biopharmaceutical client based in Grangemouth, Scotland. Due to continuing expansion an excellent opportunity now exists for a QA Technician to join their team on a fixed contract initially for 12 months with company benefits. Key duties: * Provide QA input to project activities including review and approval of change requests, specifications, Standard Operating Procedures, Manufacturing Procedures and Analytical Procedures. * Participate in quality related investigations, assist in the development and approval of effective CAPA in order to resolve production, audit and customer issues. * Identify and escalate any identified cGMP areas of concern. * Participate in validation activities including approval of protocols and reports for analytical methods, manufacturing processes, analytical / production / packaging equipment and cleaning procedures * Participate in the audits of suppliers, production and support functions as required. * Be involved in the preparation for MHRA/FDA and other regulatory body audits. * Review the relevant documentation relating to incoming raw materials and perform the disposition activities as required. * Reviewing manufacturing, laboratory and associated documentation prior to performing the relevant disposition of final products. Where potential issues exist, these are to be highlighted to the QA manager. * Act as the QA representative for the introduction of new products, being a key member of the multi-functional team including R&D, QC and manufacturing thus ensuring that all cGMP documents are appropriate, and all cGMP requirements are satisfied. Candidates must have the following: * Attention to detail * Good communication skills, both verbal and written * Good organisation skills * Ability to work effectively individually and as part of a team * Ability to analyse data and information to make considered decisions * The ability to identify root cause of problems to determine appropriate solutions * Ability to prioritise workload to ensure timelines are met * Ability to follow instruction accurately * Ability to escalate issues as appropriate * Previous experience within a cGMP environment manufacturing Active Pharmaceutical Ingredients is required. * A College/University qualification in a scientific subject is required. * Experience in dealing with quality assurance, analytical chemistry, development, and manufacturing groups is beneficial
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  • £9.30 - £13.95/hour
Counterbalance FLT Driver Grangemouth FK3 £9.30 per hour Taskmaster is urgently recruiting for one of our clients based in Grangemouth to assist with sourcing experienced counter balance FLT drivers to work on rotational day & back shift or constant nights. Our client is a key worker due to them distributing blue chep pallets to mostly all food manufacturers in Scotland. Due to high demand at the moment they are looking to add a number of FLT drivers to their books on an ongoing basis. You must have over 2 years experience as you will be driving a triple-handler FLT, you must have a valid RTITB or equivalent FLT licence within the last 3 years and you must be flexible on the shifts you can work. Taskmaster are looking for candidates that are looking to start within our client immediately. Prior to offering any starts Taskmaster are vetting all candidates as normal and then we are sending suitable candidates to our client for a 1 hour assessment. Our client can offer: Immediate start On going work for the right candidates £9.30 per hour for the first 37.5 hours £13.95 per hour over time rate after 37.5 hours Friendly working environment Free car park Excellent opportunity to become apart of a growing business What we require from you: All we require from you is to send us your full CV outlining your experience and availability. Taskmaster are operating as normal so please find our telephone number for our Glasgow Industrial office on our website and call us once you have submitted your application. Previous experience and a valid RTITB licence Access to a computer to do an online application prior to our virtual interview. Taskmaster Resources LTD is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy. (Temporary Vacancy) Reference ID: TMJJ1234 Job Types: Full-time, Contract Salary: £9.30 /hour Experience: * Forklift Operating (Counterbalance) : 3 years (Required) Licence: * RTITB or equivalent FLT (Required)
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  • £8.90 - £8.98/hour Time and a half after 37.5 hours
Counter Balance Forklift Driver(s) Grangemouth FK3 £8.98 per hour Taskmaster Resources is urgently recruiting for one of our clients based in Grangemouth to assist with supporting experienced FLT Drivers to work Monday to Friday 6am - 2pm & 2pm - 10pm or working on constant night shift Sunday to Thursday 10pm - 6am. Our client requires experienced FLT Drivers as the forklift that you will be driving is a triple-handler counter balance which is larger forklift than a normal counter balance. What we are looking for: · Valid RTITIB FLT licence - Must be within the last 3 years · Previous experience up to 2 years · Able to work 6-2 and 2-10 or constant nights - The more flexible the better! · Availability to start ASAP · Good work ethic with a can do attitude · Someone who is looking for long term work What we can offer: · Start ASAP · Long term employment with opportunity of permanent contract if successful within our client · Free car parking · Weekly wages from Taskmaster on a Friday! · £8,98 standard pay rate. Time and a half after 37.5 hours · Friendly environment If you are looking for a job working as a forklift driver and have all that we require please attach a full CV and follow up with a phone call to our Glasgow Industrial office on (phone number removed). Taskmaster Resources LTD is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy. Job Types: Full-time, Temporary Salary: £8.98 /hour
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  • £8.55 - £9.61/hour
Our client is seeking a Porter on an initial 3 month contract with the possibility of an extension. Working Hours and Pay Rate: Monday - Sunday, 08:00 - 08:00. At a pay rate of £8.55 Per Hour PAYE Job Purpose: Transport of patients between the wards and theatres. Transfer of patients between trolleys/beds and theatre tables, assisting staff with positioning patients. Assisting theatre and medical staff with patients and theatre preparations as required. Prepare and clean theatre trolleys. Assist with the receipt and storing of supplies. To be responsible for ensuring that there are adequate stocks of collection bags for linen and waste available. To be responsible for the collection and appropriate disposal of linen and waste from the department. Daily cleaning of theatres and theatre floors. Assisting pharmacy with the receipt and storage of cylinders, maintenance of cylinders stored with the department and changing them as required. Support the team to deliver care that helps improve the health of the individual and wider community. Assist with the moving of equipment and equipment maintenance, i.e. changing filters on suction machines weekly as required. Ensure any accidents, complaints or defects in equipment are reported to the senior nurse on duty Provision of a messenger service to and from other departments within the Hospital. To undertake duties as specified on the daily/weekly plan.Skills and Experience: Previous experience in a similar role121 Jobs is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy
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  • £350 - £400/day
We are looking for a Project Manager to work on water and wastewater projects throughout the Central Belt of Scotland. You will report directly to the Operations Manager and the responsibilities will include: * Ensure that your assigned projects are completed in the most efficient manner to the specification, within the time required and within the tender estimate without risk to the health and safety of all concerned while ensuring good customer satisfaction. * Promote exceptional safety and delivery quality standards to direct and subcontracted work force. * Ensuring, in conjunction with the design manager, that an adequate technical, safety and environmental review is carried out for each project to ensure successful delivery. * Ensuring that appropriately detailed construction plans and method statements are prepared, in place and approved prior to commencement of activities. * Ensuring that all site non-conformities are reported, and approximate costs identified. * Ensure all commercial aspects of the project are managed in a timely and proactive way giving accurate forecast and estimates. * Maintain an appropriate practical knowledge and appreciation of all technical disciplines associated with delivering water and wastewater design and build projects. Skills/Qualifications: * Previous experience in a similar role within the water/wastewater treatment industry. * Experience in multidisciplinary engineering environment in the water industry. * Working knowledge of CDM and construction health and safety. * Minimum HNC/HND or equivalent qualification in a construction or engineering related discipline. * Must be delivery driven with the ability to set targets and manage and motivate multi-disciplinary teams to deliver to time, cost and quality objectives. * Relevant CSCS card
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Commercial Manager - New build Energy from Waste Power Station Scotland (Central Belt) 12 Month Contract - Competetive Day Rate Introduction We are currently recruiting for a Commercial Manager to join our client who are the majority stakeholder in a brand-new Energy from Waste Project in Scotland. This position will be working on a 6-12-month Contract, but there could be a requirement to move onto another project which the company are involved in thereafter. Roles & Responsibilities Reporting into the Project Director, you will be responsible for: Monitoring and maintaining the commercial aspects of the project contracts and liaising with the Project Director to ensure the plant meets its obligations under all project contracts Provide safety leadership at the site and primarily supporting the EPC contractor, Principal Engineer and Owner's Engineer as well as all contractors working on site Identifying and documenting all the company's contract obligations under various project contracts and working with the PD and Owner's Engineer plans put in place to deliver the obligations Managing the process of ensuring all milestones are completed and certified by the Owner's Engineer before any payments are made Managing any claims that may occur through any of the project contracts Monitoring project costs and forecasting costs to completion of the project Skills & Qualifications We are looking for someone with the following: Commercial Management experience of large-scale construction projects Experience managing large scale EPC Contracts with global contractors Experience of managing industrial relations on Power Plant construction sites Ability to prioritise and multi-task in a fast-paced environment Strong relationship management skills Salary & Package What's on offer for this exciting role: Competitive day rate Company benefits Chance to be involved in a new build Energy from Waste power station To apply for this position, please seen a copy of your updated CV along with a cover letter to or dial (phone number removed) and ask to speak with Arjun Patel who can tell you more about this exciting opportunity Astute Technical Recruitment Limited are acting as an employment agency in relation to this vacancy. We do not discriminate on the grounds of age, race, gender, disability, creed or sexual orientation and comply with all relevant UK legislation. We encourage applications from individuals from all backgrounds but candidates must be able to demonstrate their ability to work in the UK and Europe. Astute is also committed to the government's Disability Confident Employer initiative. We endeavour to get back to everyone, however, if you have not heard anything after 7 days, please consider your application unsuccessful
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Social Work Assistant Falkirk Childrens Services 3 Month Ongoing £12+ per hour The Social Work Assistant will provide support services to children, young people and their families, either independently or alongside qualified social work staff. Candidates will work closely with the children and families to ensure that all support and care provisions are in place in line with the care plans. 1.To undertake specific tasks as agreed with the Team Manager to assist Social Workers in the performance of their duties. 2.To offer advice, guidance and support to families in respect in household management, budgeting and parenting skills. 3.To organise, monitor and support where appropriate, contact arrangements between children and their families. 4.To offer practical support and guidance to young people establishing independence. 5.To support and assist children and young people to attend services or participate in activities which will ensure or enhance their wellbeing. 6.To undertake such other tasks of similar responsibility as may be considered appropriate by the Team Manager. 7.To maintain accurate records of their work in accordance with Council policies. 8.To take reasonable care for their own health and safety and that of others whilst at work. To comply with Social Work policies and procedures for health and safety. If you are interested in the role, or know of anyone who may be, please contact Theo at Service Care Solutions on (phone number removed) or email (url removed) Service Care Solutions also offers a £250 referral bonus! So if you know of anyone who would be perfect for this position and they are placed into work, you will receive £250 for the referral once their probationary period has been completed
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