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Design Manager required to join leading Main Contractor on prestigious new build commercial project. The ideal candidate will have a proven background as Design Manager and will be required to assist with tenders, bids and proposals as well as live projects. You will be confident and competent liaising with architects, consultants, structural engineers, highway agencies, local authorities and other contractors. You will be highly organised and efficient at managing the flow of information and drawings to all relevant parties ensuring the co-ordination of all works to programme. (url removed)
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Design Coordinator required to join leading Main Contractor on prestigious new build project. The ideal candidate will have a proven background as Design Manager and will be required to assist with tenders, bids and proposals as well as live projects. You will be confident and competent liaising with architects, consultants, structural engineers, highway agencies, local authorities and other contractors. You will be highly organised and efficient at managing the flow of information and drawings to all relevant parties ensuring the co-ordination of all works to programme (url removed)
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  • £800 - £1000/week Long term work
We are looking for Installation Engineers to join teams on a sub-contracting basis, to deliver great customer service as you install and upgrade heating systems in private customers’ homes. You will be offered regular work with guaranteed payment alongside a wealth of technical expertise to support you. The work can be Flexible in the volume of work provided to ensure you are still able to support your own customer base. (3-5 days a week) You will need to use your own van and tools. Gas safe registration, ACS gas qualifications and Public Liability insurance £million We are looking for extensive experience in full installations, upgrades, conversions and other associated plumbing works. Your experience will need to be supported by current ACS accreditation in CCN1, CEN1, CPA1 and a full UK driving licence. BENEFITS JOINING THE CONTRACT * Long term consistency work * All year round * Paid Weekly * Flexibility (3-5 days a week pre-booked work) * Local work (within 10 miles radius of home postcode) * All materials provided and delivered at property, electrical and waste also covered If you would like to discuss this contract in more detail, please send me your CV
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  • £13.50 - £16.50/hour
Come and join us and be a part of one of the largest recruitment and transport companies in the UK!! We have a fantastic opportunity for a Yard Shunter/FLT driver in the Skelmersdale Area for a well-established client. This is for Sat and Sunday days but extra shifts are available. Pay rates Sat £13.50 Sun £16.50 Job Role: * Yard Shunting * Driving trailers on site to loading bays * FLT work also involved in this role * Average shift lengths 8-12 hours * Weekend day shifts Driver Benefits: * Ongoing contract * LTD or PAYE drivers accommodated * Additional shifts available or on other contracts within Challenge * Weekly payments * CPC courses with Challenge Assessors Driver must have the following: * Full UK HGV C+E Class 1or 2 or yard shunting experience * Flexible approach to work * Customer focused attitude * FLT experience * A willingness to learn * Good knowledge of health and safety The Challenge Group prides itself on providing our clients with first class drivers and service. This can only be achieved with quality and happy drivers who we invest in and offer a consistent and quality service. Please forward your CV for our immediate attention or call (phone number removed)
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Job Title – Helpdesk Customer Advisor (Call Centre Inbound calls) Location – Manchester Rates – up to £132.79 Umbrella/Ltd or £116.74 PAYE day rate | IN SCOPE OF IR35 About the role: My client is looking for an experienced Helpdesk Customer Advisor to joing their busy team in Manchester for an initial period of 3 months with a view to extending. As the Helpdesk Customer Advisor you will be responsible for providing a right first time customer service to a range of internal and external customers in accordance with statutory, regulatory, contractual, customs & excise and group policy and regulations. What you will do: * Responsible for operating high volume query management system answering queries in relation to payroll, recruitment, payables and personal protective equipment. * Keep customers informed of the progress of queries / expected delivery updates, engaging with internal shared service teams and working to service level agreements. * Ability to thrive in a busy, customer orientated environment, enjoying the challenges and rewards involved in dealing with hundreds of different customers delivering a right first time levels of service. * As the voice of the shared services you’ll always provide an engaging, positive, vibrant and extraordinary customer experience representing the shared service brand. * Develop / continually improve relations with key stakeholders, play your part in embedding a customer centric culture where all team members consider the impact on customers and their future requirements. * Support the client better day every day initiative by highlighting areas of potential improvement at the daily / weekly focus groups. * Play your part in adopting an inclusive culture where individuals can be themselves and are free to challenge existing process without discouragement. Work with others to support a culture of operational responsibility where individuals take personal ownership for delivery Your experience will include: Essential * Call centre experience (inbound calls) * Exceptional listening skills * Professional telephone manner * Able to demonstrable excellent customer service skills * Experience of managing difficult conversations to a positive outcome * Able to demonstrate the ability to influence stakeholders positively * Excellent communication skills Desirable * Occupational knowledge of shared services * Educated to degree level or equivalent * ORACLE eBusiness Suite experience What 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. 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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Job Description The role exists to provide support within the Procurement Supply Chain - Airframe team The support required will be administrative tasks to the Supplier Facing teams discharging activities such as P/O cleanse, issuing RFQ's, Raising P/o's, query resolution and invoice management Responsibilities * Liaise with Internal and External Stakeholders * Follow internal processes & procedures * P/O cleanse * Issuing RFQ's * Raising P/o's * Query resolution * Invoice management Matchtech acts as an employment agency for permanent recruitment and employment business for the supply of temporary workers and is part of Gattaca Plc. Gattaca Plc provides support services to Matchtech and may assist with processing your application
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  • £90 - £140/day
An excellent opportunity has arisen for a Year 5 Teacher at a Primary school in Preston, working full time. The school is rated GOOD by OFSTED and has very high expectations of both staff and pupils. The role starts in September for a minimum of 6 months, with the possibility of it going permanent. The ideal candidate will have: - UK Qualified Teacher Status or equivalent - A positive attitude and be flexible in approach - Excellent classroom management skills and a sound knowledge of the KS2 Curriculum. As an M2 Education Supply Teacher you will receive a highly competitive daily rate between £90 and £140 dependent upon experience, excellent support and guidance from your personal consultant. To be considered for the role of KS2 Teacher , an enhanced DBS Certificate will need to be carried out as well as satisfactory references being taken. M2 Education is an Equal Opportunities Employer who specialises in placing education staff across the North of England. M2 Education is fully committed to safeguarding and protecting the welfare of children and young people. This position is open to a Newly Qualified Teacher as well as one with experience. If you are interested please do not hesitate to contact us
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TSR are currently looking for an Electrician to start work in Blackpool - FY1. * Must be able to provide relevant checkable reference(s) on request. * Previous site experience is required, preferably on a similar project. * Must have valid qualifications. YOU WILL BE: * Undergoing general site tasks under the direction of the foreman. * Complying with the health and safety regulations of the site. * Mainly 2nd fix on a shop refurbishment. Start Date: Start of July Duration: Ongoing Rate: £18.00 - £20.00 depending on experience. Hours: Monday – Friday, minimum 8 hours per day If you are free and interested please don’t hesitate to send your CV to the email on this application. ‘’If you do not hear back from us within 2 weeks please consider your application unfortunately unsuccessful. We maintain our pride in being an equal opportunity employer
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  • £24 - £30/hour Inside IR35
Primary Purpose of the Job * To work within the project team in developing an integrated Regional Adoption Agency Service providing high quality Adoption services and improving performance and outcomes across the RAA footprint. MAIN DUTIES * In conjunction with the project team, you will support strategic development of service delivery within the Regional Adoption Agency and to work closely with the RAA Board to agree priorities for strategic development, service objectives, service delivery and policy and process changes. * To provide a clear sense of purpose and direction within the developing RAA and to lead the achievement of strategic and service objectives. * To provide expert advice and guidance to the RAA project Board on the development, implementation and ongoing review of the Regional Adoption Agency. * To work closely with the RAA Board to ensure the development of the RAA is sustainable and continually improving. * To provide expert knowledge and practice in the design and implementation of the RAA and for the transition from separate Adoption services to a single RAA. * To provide clear and visible leadership in the development of the RAA and to ensure delivery of high quality Adoption services. * To ensure the RAA delivers improved services, including recruitment of Adopters, placement and matching activity, support for children, Adopters, birth families, and integration with care planning services across the partner agencies in order to drive improved outcomes. * To be the principal advisor to the RAA project Board on issues relating to the RAA’s services and to ensure that the service is flexible and responsive to local, regional and national trends and to changes in priorities and to ensure RAA services meet the requirements of the legislation, regulation and guidance frameworks. * To take the lead role in the development of innovative approaches to the delivery of RAA services, including ensuring effective collaboration with the RAA’s Voluntary Sector partners and the wider voluntary sector. * To provide service expertise relating to potentially complex budget issues and to be responsible for effective deployment of resources to meet statutory and regulatory requirements, best practice standards and to develop opportunities for income streams and innovation. * To ensure effective communication and liaison with key individuals in Local Authority Partners including Elected Members, Chief Executives and Directors. * To ensure effective communication, liaison and collaboration with other RAA’s, in particular those in the North-West, with Joint Commissioning Boards, Health Providers, independent and voluntary sector providers in order to maximise opportunities for the RAA. * To develop and model cultural change and promote communication that is clear, effective and transparent at all levels across RAA services. * To embed a strong leadership culture focusing on performance, driving continuous improvement and playing a key role in enabling and encouraging creative and productive networks to form. * To provide service expertise in the co-ordination and production of timely and accurate data reports, providing analysis of the performance of the RAA as a whole and of that of each constituent partner. * To be responsible for ensuring that children, young people, Adoptive families and birth parents are enabled to fully participate in the planning and evaluation of services provided by the RAA. * In conjunction with the project team, to be accountable for the allocated budget of the RAA and to negotiate across financial systems in each partner agency, ensuring compliance with Financial Regulations and to work closely with the RAA Board to deliver efficiencies as required PERSON SPECIFICATION * Experience of leading successful placement services for looked after children * Experience of service/business planning and of leading change/redesign programmes and financial/budgetary regimes * Experience of developing and delivering innovation within challenging environments. Able to build a shared vision, develop partnerships, resolve complex problems and facilitate change sensitively. * Experience of managing a large service with complex demands. Leading the Service to get the best from staff, developing where necessary and challenging performance when needed. Leading individuals, showing genuine concern, being accessible, enabling, encouraging and questioning. * Experience of working with commissioners and supporting and influencing the effective commissioning of high quality services. * To have experience in obtaining and analysing the information needed for decision making and the ability to advise and inform others in taking critical decisions. * A social work qualification and registration with the HCPC. * A detailed understanding of legislation, regulations and statutory guidance relating to Adoption and Children's Services. * A sound knowledge of relevant child care research, evidence based practice in Adoption and children’s social care and the ability to implement best practice. * A minimum of 3 years management experience in Children’s Social Care including experience of managing field social work or Adoption activity. * A relevant managerial qualification, a commitment to gaining a managerial qualification within 2 years or evidence of systematic training in management * Understanding of partner agencies’ functions and responsibilities
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Urgently looking for an experienced Magento Developer to support a leading client on a contract basis in Lancashire....
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