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Web Designer/Developer My client is looking for an experienced Web designer/developer to support with content creation and management on a temporary basis. The successful candidate will work closely with Marketing managers, production management and Ebusiness teams to develop and maintain the creative material and product information content delivery on the company's website. General Responsibilities * Maintain PHP interpreter and configuration (currently v5.6). * Manage IIS - all aspects from extensions to rules, security to compression, etc. * Ancillary Utilities - handle all ancillary systems and utilities needed by the website; * Java, Tomcat and Apache Solr * ImageMagick, gs, Tika, Windrush, etc. * Respond to highlighted security issues following any external tests undertaken on the web server and implement any recommendations as appropriate. * Responsible for keeping current on software, hardware and design trends. * Homepage and others converted to into new parent company template. * Beginning work on other current website pages into new parent company formats. * Check out the back-end systems to ensure security and stability and make any fixes needed to be sure of both. * Make sure the Knowledge Centre and Partner Portals are secure and running separately from the website. * Document any processes that need to be documented to have a desk reference for permanent Web Dev. Requirements * Bachelor's degree or equivalent work experience. * Web design experience. * Experience of Multi-Media Management, Marketing. * Experience of Adobe Creative Suite, Photoshop, Illustrator, Dreamweaver and other design programs * CCS2 experience preferred. Click the link below to apply and join an industry leading organisation today
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Commissioning Engineer 4 Months + Contract Fife, Scotland £350 Limited Company Day Rate ASAP Start Our Client is a leading provider of Anaerobic Digestion Plants in the UK. As Commissioning Engineer you will bring demonstrable commissioning experience and practical skills to the commissioning team. Working closely with the Commissioning Manager you will be responsible for planning, executing and documenting of commissioning and handover activities on projects and programme of works in a safe manner, fully in accordance with company processes, systems, procedures and specifications. Responsibilities include: * Oversee Health and Safety during the commissioning of the plant Liaising with subcontractors * Report any incidents to the relevant personnel * Undertaken commissioning of mechanical and electrical systems * Monitor the plant during the seeding and ramp up phase of the project * Troubleshoot problems and create snagging list * Carry out onsite fault fixing when able or delegate to M&E contractors if necessary * Assisting with training site operatives * Progress reporting on a weekly basis * Managing the handover from Commissioning to Operational Essential Requirements: * Degree (or equivalent qualification) in Engineering or relevant subject * Significant commissioning background with experience of commissioning mechanical and electrical systems * Previous experience of commissioning within Anaerobic Digestion, Energy from Waste, Gasification, Power Generation or Biomass * Ability to work well independently and as part of a team * Strong communication skills - both written and verbal * Full UK driving licence If you are interested in finding out more you can call Samantha on (Apply online only) or email 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
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About the role Fancy taking your first step into a retail career? Or maybe you already have customer service experience and you are looking for a new challenge? Either way, just bring your natural flair and confidence for working with people to us and we will teach you the rest! Our colleagues are, quite simply, the core of our business. Without them, our customers wouldn't experience the exceptional level of customer service and specialist knowledge they expect when they walk into our Halfords stores. If you enjoy working in a fast paced busy environment with plenty of variety and chances to learn new things about all things car and bike related, as well as the day to day tasks carried out in a busy retail store, then you will love Halfords! About you Bring your personality, enthusiasm and passion for Retail and Customer Service and we'll give you the tools and training to be a success! From our 3 Gears training and Retail Level 2 Qualification to our Step up Programmes (up to Area Manager), Apprenticeship and Graduate schemes, the scope for development really is in your hands! If that's not enough to tempt you, we'll offer you the following benefits • A competitive salary • Annual leave starting at 5.6 weeks increasing to 25 days holiday plus 8 bank holidays • 25% colleague discount • Employee Assistant Programme • Save As You Earn share scheme • Access to a range of shopping discounts at high street retailers • Healthcare cash plan (self and family) • Long service awards • Trade Price Bike Scheme • Training courses available via our E-learning hub • Uniform About Us I'm sure you've heard of Halfords, after all with over 110 years' experience synonymous with travel, we're a household brand in the UK and ROI. In a nutshell, we're the UK's leading retailer of automotive and cycling products and also a leading independent operator in car servicing and repairs. In terms of success, our strategy is going from strength to strength - our aim to deliver group sales in excess of £1 billion by the end of financial year 2016 was actually achieved by the end of financial year 2015, a year ahead of plan! In the retail world this puts us in a great place. And just to add to this success, for the second year running we're one of the Sunday Times 'Top 25 companies to work for'. Advertised: 30 Sep 2017 GMT Daylight Time Applications close
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About the role Passionate about cars as you are customer service? Do you possess auto knowledge, gained through working in the auto industry or as a hobby? (Ideally you will know how to fit 3 of the following; bulbs, blades, batteries, car seats, roof boxes). Then how about considering a career as a Halfords Auto Fitter! In this 'hands on' car maintenance role you'll find yourself fitting roof boxes, car seats, bulbs, blades, batteries and much more! You'll deliver exceptional customer service and specialist knowledge around the benefits of car maintenance and servicing. Every day will be an opportunity for you to both learn and utilise your mechanical skills and knowledge! If you enjoy working in a fast paced busy environment with plenty of variety and chances to learn new things then you will love Halfords! About you Bring your auto experience, along with your personality, enthusiasm and passion for cars, Retail and Customer Service and we'll give you the tools and training to be a success! From our 3 Gears training and Retail Level 2 Qualification to our Step up Programmes (up to Area Manager), Apprenticeship and Graduate schemes, the scope for development really is in your hands! If that's not enough to tempt you, we'll offer you the following benefits • A competitive salary • Annual leave starting at 5.6 weeks increasing to 25 days holiday plus 8 bank holidays • 25% colleague discount • Employee Assistant Programme • Save As You Earn share scheme • Access to a range of shopping discounts at high street retailers • Healthcare cash plan (self and family) • Long service awards • Trade Price Bike Scheme • Training courses available via our E-learning hub • Uniform About Us I'm sure you've heard of Halfords, after all with over 110 years' experience synonymous with travel, we're a household brand in the UK and ROI. In a nutshell, we're the UK's leading retailer of automotive and cycling products and also a leading independent operator in car servicing and repairs. In terms of success, our strategy is going from strength to strength - our aim to deliver group sales in excess of £1 billion by the end of financial year 2016 was actually achieved by the end of financial year 2015, a year ahead of plan! In the retail world this puts us in a great place. And just to add to this success, for the second year running we're one of the Sunday Times 'Top 25 companies to work for'. Advertised: 01 Oct 2017 GMT Daylight Time Applications close
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  • £8.50 - £15/hour Plus Holiday Pay
The Role As a healthcare assistant with RMR you will provide a high level of care and assistance to our client’s residents, assisting the Nurse in charge and supporting the residents in a professional and caring manner. This is the ideal role for a kind, caring passionate and hardworking individual who is perhaps looking to expand their skills and experience in healthcare. Why work with us: • Excellent rates of pay • Flexible working hours • Opportunities to upskill • Wide choice of placements • Paid holiday scheme • Free training to meet with required recommendations • Free uniform The requirements You will be a Healthcare Assistant with a minimum of 1 years’ experience gained within any nursing /care home setting or alternatively from within a hospital background. Due to SSSC guide lines we require this to be within the UK and within the last two years. We are also interested in speaking with student nurses who feel they may benefit from gaining key practical experience to back up their studies. Preferred additional requirements A Moving and Handling certificate completed within the last year is highly desirable. SSSC registered or in the process (Student nurses exempt) All successful applicants will require a PVG which the cost of will be refunded at a later date. *Interviews will be held on the 11th of October in Dunfermline
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Excellent opportunity for an experienced Buyer to join a leading manufacturing organisation on a 16 month FTC. Key responsibilities will include: * Work closely with Planning department to ensure correct stock levels are maintained to support demand. * Purchasing materials from a wide range of suppliers and continually striving to deliver excellent customer service. * Working very closely with existing suppliers, ensuring delivery dates are confirmed and MRP system is accurate. * Communicating with suppliers to ensure deliveries are achieved and taking action where deliveries do not meet schedule. * Ensure any raw material shortages are communicated to production in advance of these issues impacting the production line. * Highlight supply issues to relevant departments and expedite as required. Candidates: * Previous experience working in a Purchasing/Procurement role with a great understanding of Supply Chain. * Excellent communication and analytical skills. * Understanding of ERP/MRP systems. * Strong experience of MS Office packages
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A top client is seeking to recruit a Head of Engineer (Structural) for their Fife site, on a contract basis. About the role: - Provide professional structural and civil engineering design services and advice to all departments to assist in the delivery of high quality construction services for clients - Lead the structural/civil engineering team to achieve agreed and client project deliverables - Improve efficiency of construction by devising safe and improved techniques for supporting, moving and lifting structures - Provide specialist moorings design services and advice to ensure the safety of barges and vessels visiting sites for loadouts and deliveries - Provide and manage weight control engineering services to ensure safety in lifting and similar operations and to satisfy the requirements of each project - Assist in ensuring correctness and safety in engineering work by critically checking calculations and analysis models prepared by other engineers What you will need: - Qualified to degree level in Civil, Structural or Offshore Engineering - Chartered Engineer (CEng) status with a recognised professional institution (e.g. MIStructE) - Continuing professional development (CPD) status kept up-to-date - Experience in finite-element analysis - Understanding of analysis and design for structures undergoing marine transportation - Understanding of the operation and usage of SPMTs including strength and stability parameters and appropriate analysis methods for structures being transported by them - Understanding of methods of analysis and design for moorings - Experienced in design of foundations and civil works - Understanding of methods of heavy lifting and operations planning with multiple large cranes, including upending operations - Understanding of the effects of wave loading on structures, including fatigue analysis - Understanding of design of scaffolding structures - Able to demonstrate commercial awareness - Aware of divisions of design responsibility between the various parties in a contract and how this affects conduct of projects - Understanding of operational risk and its control and/or mitigation by design - Significant experience in the role in this and different industry sectors - Excellent planning, organising and problem solving abilities - Previous in-depth experience working in steel fabrication environments - Knowledge of Microsoft Office packages and specialised structural software - Good report-writing, presentation and client interaction skills - Strong time and self-management skills - Able to coach and develop other engineering staff What`s in it for you: - Attractive Rate - Excellent working location
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  • £9.51/hour
Royal Mail Post Person This is your opportunity to have a real impact, in the heart of your community, working for one of the UK's most well-loved brands, Royal Mail, delivering outstanding levels of service expected by our customers on a 4 week contract, as a minimum. Delivering mail and parcels for the peak period to houses and businesses within a set area, you'll be the face of Royal Mail in your local community, working flexible hours to deliver outstanding levels of service expected by our customers. You'll start your day in the local delivery office, sorting the mail for your route, before joining a colleague in a shared van to start your round. You'll each be given a hand-held computer device to capture customer signatures for deliveries and the round will take around four hours to complete. But don't worry - our new delivery methods mean you won't be carrying heavy bags (there's a trolley for that), although completing your round on foot will keep you in good shape. You’ll typically cover between 26 and 40 hours per week, across five days (excluding Sunday) typically between 9:00 and 15:00. About You Upbeat and self-motivated, you'll be as happy working alone as you will be working as part of a team and getting to know the different people on your round. You'll have a strong sense of community and the idea of doing a job that involves flexible shift patterns will appeal to you. Ideally you’ll hold a manual driving licence with no more than 6 points. We deliver mail come rain or shine, so we're looking for people who like being outdoors whatever the weather, and because there is walking involved in every round, you'll also be someone who likes the idea of doing a job that will help you keep fit. Some experience in a customer facing role would be ideal and for roles with driving, a full driving licence with no more than six penalty points is essential. About Royal Mail Royal Mail is an inclusive employer with equality, diversity and fairness at the heart of their values. We welcome applications from individuals from all different backgrounds and are committed to promoting fair participation and equality of opportunity for all of our job applicants. For immediate opportunities, click the apply button now
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