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Project Manager - Salesforce implementation Project Manager required to join our client in Glasgow City Centre. This will be for an initial 4 months inside ir35, paying £395 per day with a chance of extension. We are looking to get someone started on short notice, so candidates will ideally be immediately available or ready to start within the next couple of weeks. The business is implementing salesforce globally, which requires a proven track record of delivering salesforce projects on time and within budget whilst working with teams around the globe. The Salesforce project is an integral part of their end goal of a fully integrated system for the business. The ideal candidate will be a seasoned project manager - you must demonstrate strong leadership capabilities and salesforce knowledge for this project to be successful. Key skills: ** Salesforce integration experience, including between different business systems as well as working with integration tools ** FSL Experience is desirable ** Define project scope, benchmarks, and deliverables that support business goals ** A good record of managing scope, time, and budget of projects ** End to End management of the full project life cycle ** Stakeholder management ** Great communication skills This is a challenging opportunity in which you will influence and inspire key stakeholders, if you are intrested please give Lewis Black at Cathcart Associates a call or apply below
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The job involves creating and delivering presentations and training across the business when required. Having strong communication skills is key as you will have to build relationships with employees at all levels. Key Technical Skills Advanced knowledge of Microsoft Excel data manipulation and formulae Excellent data presentation and visualisation skills Strong ability to interpret requirements and to analyse raw data, with an eye for trends and patterns Knowledge of HR systems and processes advantageous Key Leadership/People Mgmt Skills Supports high profile project work by identifying what services, interventions or processes are required. Is responsive to these needs and maintains communication and co-operative team working Key Interpersonal/Behavioural Skills Strong communication skills with the ability to distil key messages through reports and updates to stakeholders Self-sufficient and demonstrates initiative, successfully managing own workload Works collaboratively across teams and a wide range of stakeholders, developing productive relationships as part of their day to day A desire to develop by supporting the HR function in a wider range of activities as and when required Top 5 Major Tasks and Activities: Ownership of centralised People Management project data and accurate production of all required reports, displayed in appropriate formats, to agreed timescales Maintaining, developing and streamlining existing master data sources and reports through engagement with relevant system/ reporting owners in line with current and future business requirements. Direct interface with key stakeholders to ensure collation and accuracy of data inputs, creating and issuing templates, where required, to support standardisation and data quality. Analysing and presenting data and reports to the appropriate area of expertise, identifying errors and advising on solutions. Extracting and analysing data from various People Data systems. AAP3 is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy
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Role: Call Centre Team leader Location: Home Based initially (ideally close to Glasgow or Newcastle) Term: 3 month contract (could be extended)- immediate starts Salary: £11 per hour / £22800 Operational Hours: 8am-8pm - working 40 hours on a rotational shift pattern in these times The role of the Call Centre Team Leader 3 month FTC is to lead, develop and manage a team of Customer Service Advisors in line with local campaign and partner requirements across multiple locations and work streams. The role will work alongside campaign managers, including Site Lead/Senior Operations Manager and Heads of Department. The Call Centre Team leader 3 month FTC will develop the Customer Service Advisors in all skill aspects including but not limited to root cause analysis and applied coaching to ensure accuracy across the department. The role works with partner stakeholders to ensure that day to day expectations and requirements are met with all deliverables executed on time and to a high standard. Accountabilities & Deliverables · Demonstrates an awareness of campaign specific products and services · Applies Service Excellence knowledge and influence across the business unit · Works effectively as an individual and as part of a team · Challenges inappropriate behavioural practices recognising this is key to the success of the campaign · Maximises results opportunity through building and maintaining effective working relationships with Operational and Support areas · Works effectively and creatively to achieve targets through managing trends and continuously improving processes and ways of working, confident to test new ways of working to engage our people · Keen to learn new skills whilst enhancing existing capabilities · Is committed to continuous improvement and leading by example · Manages delivery of own workload as well as tactical and day to day tasks whilst prioritising according to impact analysis, contractual service level agreements and the overriding Customer Excellence Strategy Person Specification · Self-motivated and able to work both independently and as part of a team · An effective leader of people · Communicates and presents comfortably at a high level - both written and verbally · Experience in similar Call Centre Team Leader within contact centres is essential · Comfortable in remotely managing your team · You will be required to use your own equipment working from home Please apply and one of our consultants will be in touch with you ASAP. Disclaimer No terminology in this advert is intended to discriminate against any of the protected characteristics that fall under the Equality Act 2010. For the purposes of the Conduct Regulations 2003, when advertising permanent vacancies we are acting as an Employment Agency, and when advertising temporary/contract vacancies we are acting as an Employment Business. CCA Recruitment Group is an employment agency with a legitimate interest in providing work finding services. Please be advised that by submitting your CV to CCA Recruitment Group, directly or via any of our job advertisement platforms, your personal data will be held on our secure internal CRM system for a maximum period of 24 months. The personal data contained therein will not be shared with any third parties without your express consent. As an individual, you have the right to withdraw consent at anytime. Following a period of 24 months inactivity your CV will be deleted permanently from our database
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Role: Call Centre Team leader Location: Home Based Term: 3 month contract (could be extended)- immediate starts Salary: £11 per hour / £22800 Operational Hours: 8am-8pm - working 40 hours on a rotational shift pattern in these times The role of the Call Centre Team Leader 3 month FTC is to lead, develop and manage a team of Customer Service Advisors in line with local campaign and partner requirements across multiple locations and work streams. The role will work alongside campaign managers, including Site Lead/Senior Operations Manager and Heads of Department. The Call Centre Team leader 3 month FTC will develop the Customer Service Advisors in all skill aspects including but not limited to root cause analysis and applied coaching to ensure accuracy across the department. The role works with partner stakeholders to ensure that day to day expectations and requirements are met with all deliverables executed on time and to a high standard. Accountabilities & Deliverables · Demonstrates an awareness of campaign specific products and services · Applies Service Excellence knowledge and influence across the business unit · Works effectively as an individual and as part of a team · Challenges inappropriate behavioural practices recognising this is key to the success of the campaign · Maximises results opportunity through building and maintaining effective working relationships with Operational and Support areas · Works effectively and creatively to achieve targets through managing trends and continuously improving processes and ways of working, confident to test new ways of working to engage our people · Keen to learn new skills whilst enhancing existing capabilities · Is committed to continuous improvement and leading by example · Manages delivery of own workload as well as tactical and day to day tasks whilst prioritising according to impact analysis, contractual service level agreements and the overriding Customer Excellence Strategy Person Specification · Self-motivated and able to work both independently and as part of a team · An effective leader of people · Communicates and presents comfortably at a high level - both written and verbally · Experience in similar Call Centre Team Leader within contact centres is essential · Comfortable in remotely managing your team · You will be required to use your own equipment working from home Please apply and one of our consultants will be in touch with you ASAP. Disclaimer No terminology in this advert is intended to discriminate against any of the protected characteristics that fall under the Equality Act 2010. For the purposes of the Conduct Regulations 2003, when advertising permanent vacancies we are acting as an Employment Agency, and when advertising temporary/contract vacancies we are acting as an Employment Business. CCA Recruitment Group is an employment agency with a legitimate interest in providing work finding services. Please be advised that by submitting your CV to CCA Recruitment Group, directly or via any of our job advertisement platforms, your personal data will be held on our secure internal CRM system for a maximum period of 24 months. The personal data contained therein will not be shared with any third parties without your express consent. As an individual, you have the right to withdraw consent at anytime. Following a period of 24 months inactivity your CV will be deleted permanently from our database
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Job Title - Customer Service Assistant (Security) Location - Glasgow Central Station Rates - up to £8.21 per hour increasing to £11.04 per hour after 3 months About the role: You will be providing a customer focused presence around the train station and on the platform, delivering a first class and safe station environment for Train Operating Companies (TOCs), passengers and retailers. This role mainly focuses on the security of the station and your responsibilities will include (but are not limited to) undertaking regular station checks to ensure contractor compliance, the safety and security of the station and equipment checks, providing a point of contact for the reporting of faults and responding and recording emergencies and incidents involving the general public and industry partners. What you will do: Provide a highly visible point of contact for station users providing customer service to all, including visitors, contractors, retailers, TOC's and customers travelling throughout the station. Undertake regular station checks including contractor compliance, security, safety and equipment in accordance with relevant company standards and procedures, completing the relevant paperwork for audit purposes. Respond to and record emergencies and incidents involving the general public and industry partners, as required. Provide a point of contact for the reporting of faults within the station, maintaining appropriate records, reviewing and closing actions as required. Actively assist and provide information to customers travelling throughout the station. Check contractors have relevant risk assessments and method statements prior to issuing Permit to Work. In liaison with customers, external authorities and regulators, implement plans to prevent and manage criminal activity on the station, including discouraging and preventing unauthorised persons from entering or remaining on the station. Provide a proactive role in dealing with hazards or unsafe conditions, checking that all such occurrences are reported correctly.Your experience will include: Essential Experience of working in a customer facing environment Confidence to deal with different types of situations assertively Experience of working effectively as part of a team Ability to work long flexible hours Basic word and excel skills Great attention to detailDesirable Security ExperienceWhat you'll get in return Capita and our client understand what it is like to work as a contractor and we will do everything we can to make it a simple process for you - this includes dedicated on-boarding, extension teams and access to a web based timesheet portal giving you an ability to access and submit your timesheets wherever you are. About our client Our client is the largest rail infrastructure business in the country and is at the operational centre of the railway and playing a key role in a rapidly evolving industry. They are responsible for rebuilding Britain's railway infrastructure and are managing some of the biggest and most complex engineering programmes in Europe. Over the next five years they will be spending around £23 billion to maintain and upgrade every aspect of an infrastructure that comprises 21,000 miles of track, 2,500 stations, 9,000 level crossings, 40,000 bridges and tunnels, and signalling and power for the movement of 25,000 trains every day. What we hope you will do next Help us find out more about you by completing our short application process - Click apply now. You will then be directed to a Capita owned microsite that will assist you with your application. Once completed you will then be contacted by the relevant recruiter. Our client welcomes applications regardless of age, disability, marital status (including civil partnerships), pregnancy or maternity, race, religion or belief, sexual orientation, transgender status, sex (or gender), employment status, trade union affiliation, or another irrelevant factor. We will interview all disabled applicants who meet the essential criteria
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Would you like to join a global aerospace and defence organisation? Do you want to work as part of an organisation protecting people and maintaining maximum national security? Due to a drive for greater success, this advanced manufacturing business is currently searching for a Systems Design Engineer to add to their talented, hardworking team in Scotstoun on an initial 6 months contract. Striving for innovation and creativity you can ensure no two days will be the same. This role will be offering £38.25 per hour. This is a phenomenal opportunity to not only work for a prestigious, advanced organisation, but to gain skills and knowledge you won't find anywhere else. The Role Within the role of Systems Design Engineer, you'll be responsible for: Development of technical specifications, including Systems Models and interface definitions. Working with Supply Chain to produce Statements of Work and Change Requests to support the ongoing development of the PMS solution. Reporting progress on assigned tasks including predicted completion dates, problems and risks.In addition, you'll also attenend at supplier design reviews and acceptance tests You To succeed within the role of Systems Design Engineer you'll have experience in a similar position, and you'll ideally have the following skills: Experience in the Systems Engineering of hardware and software systems. Experience of development of distributed and/or Windows based control systems. Proficient in the use of Requirement Management tools (e.g. DOORS)In addition, any experience of SHE Responsibilities and Accountabilities will be helpful. Background This is an exciting opportunity to work for a global business that has developed a strategy of working closely with its contingent workforce. Within the role, you can expect to: Work on complex, cutting-edge projects Achieve a work/life balance Work on long term contracts Develop your skills at a prestigious company Gain security clearance APPLY NOW If this sounds like the role for you, we'd love to hear from you! To apply for the position of Systems Design Engineer, please send your CV to Lauren Patterson via the 'apply now' button. ***[PLEASE NOTE: A start date is fast approaching so apply as soon as possible!]*** JAM Recruitment is acting as an employment business with regards to this position. View our latest jobs today on our website and follow us on Facebook, Twitter & LinkedIn
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  • £15.00 - £20.00/hour
Role: Data Analyst (HR) Contract Length: 3 months Location: Glasgow Hourly rate: £20 Ltd/ Umbrella Security clearance: BPSS This is a fantastic opportunity for an experienced Data Analyst with HR systems experience to join a leading Defence organisation. Key Responsibilities: As the HR Data Analyst you will be responsible for working with a wide range of stakeholders to scope and perform advanced HR analytics relating to People Management and any other key HR indicators of interest to the business. You will be accountable for analysing and evaluating data and reports; feeding back the findings to relevant stakeholders; and advising on changes and improvements. Creating and delivering presentations and training across the business when required and building relationships with employees at all levels. The successful candidate: Previous Data Analyst experience, ideally with HR Systems experience Ability to analyse and evaluating complex data and compiling reports Strong stakeholder management experience Strong presentation skills Exceptional communications skills - ability to liaise with personnel at all levels Exceptional IT systems knowledge and experience - advanced in Excel Submit your CV now to be considered for this fantastic opportunity to work with a leading organisation. REF (phone number removed) Advantage Resourcing is a service driven recruitment consultancy
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Role: Senior Geotechnical Site Engineer Rate: £280 - £300 + Weekly Mobilisation Location: Central Belt Scotland Duration: 12 months Core Certifications Required: CSCS, SMSTS/SSSTS, First Aid, CAT & Genny YOU MUST BE A GEOLOGIST TO APPLY FOR THIS ROLE. The Role: We are currently looking for a Senior Geotechnical Site Engineer to work on a Major Infrastructure project in Central Belt. The role will last for 6 - 12 months. If you have logged other Geologies in the UK please send across your CV. We have other Logging roles coming up in the South, Midlands, North and Scotland. You must have at least 2 years Ground Investigation experience and come from a Geology, Engineering Geology or Geotechnical Ground Investigation background. Start date: ASAP / January 2021 Please find below a list of the requirements for this project (minimum requirements in bold): CSCS SSSTS / SMSTS First Aid at work Minimum 5+ years UK Ground investigation experience Rig Supervision experience - Rotary, Cable Percussive, Window Sampling Trial Pitting Logging experience Cat & Genny Manual Handling Full Clean Driving LicenseAcademic Background: BSc Geology, Physical Geography, Applied Geology, Engineering Geology or similar To APPLY please click click the apply button and send across your CV. Please include: Current day rate + Mobilisation Current contract end date / Availability References Valid Certifications with expiry dates Right to work status - NI Number / Proof of IDPlease click APPLY NOW to send your CV across along with the best time to call you. We offer a £200 referral bonus for all successful referrals that we are not already in contact with! Please send your referrals to (url removed) with their name and number
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Cordant People are currently looking for experinced HGV drivers for one of our clients on a fixed term contract basis. If you have the relevant license and experience please apply below or call (phone number removed) and someone will be in touch. As an equal opportunities employer, Cordant People Scotland welcomes applications from all sections of the community. Cordant People Scotland is part of the Cordant Group, an international recruitment provider: 192 locations 15 Brands 4 Scottish locations: Edinburgh, Glasgow, Stirling and Dundee. CP1 Cordant Group is an equal opportunities employer
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Our client, a leading energy company based in Glasgow are looking for an Incident Control Administrator on a contract basis. This is as part of their emergency department so they are open 24/7, therefore shifts will be on a rotational basis of day/back & night shifts, so the candidates must be flexible. This will also be office based. Responsibilities * Creation of network incidents on the internal system * Resource allocation - organising and dispatching engineers & ensuring incidents are prioritised * Liaising with the field staff for progress reports * Operation of the management systems and updating data * Producing reports * End to end co-ordination and update of vulnerable customer information * Night Shift - customer phone calls overnight and associated duties * Liaise with various internal departments (contact centre, Incident Management, Field Staff and customers to ensure customer information is of adequate standard and provided in a timely fashion) Skills Required * IT Skills - Microsoft Office/ Excel etc * Ability to pick up new systems quickly and effectively * Keen to learn * Developed customer service skills and knowledge of customer contact process. * Developed communication and influencing skills. * Excellent Telephone skills, manner and grammar. * Ability to prioritise variable workload. * Ability to stay calm under pressure
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