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  • £25.00 - £32.00/hour
An outstanding opportunity has arisen for a Head of Development to oversee the delivery of the development programme in accordance with the development strategy of a leading Housing Association. This will include the management of a development team, the commissioning and management of professional support and delivery services and the setting and monitoring of financial and performance targets. Duties will include: -Assist the Operations Director (Development) in the preparation of the annual development budget and long term capital expenditure forecast. -Keep updated and maintain a system of internal controls and procedures applicable to the development department. -Oversee and supervise the usage of the computerised system for managing appraisal and cashflow. -Maintain a list of approved contractors. -Represent the group at meetings involving statutory/regulatory bodies and partner consortia related to development activity. Experience required: -10 years' experience of general development experience project managing a range of schemes -Experience of new build development project management -Experience of project managing refurbishment and/or remodelling of existing property -Experience of project managing the development of housing for sale. You will hold a professional/technical qualification relating to building/construction/design. This initial 4 month contract could lead into further long term work. Your expert recruitment consultant is Dan Dallas, call today on (Apply online only). Eden Brown is committed to equality in the workplace and is an equal opportunity employer. Eden Brown Ltd is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy
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Job: Project Engineer Location: Lancashire Contract: 3 months + Rate: Negotiable A Leading design, manufacture and commissioning heavy engineering business have an immediate opportunity for an EC&I Project engineer. Responsibilities: • To manage the project cycle from manufacture through to commissioning • To Understand and/or hold experience with heavy EC&I engineering equipment for the nuclear sector. • Liaise with the suppliers and end client Requirements: • Must be SC (security-cleared) • Documentation experience • Method Statements experience • Experience with HAZOP examination • Siemens software experience • Ideally you will have EC&I commissioning experience but this is NOT essential If you meet the requirements and interested in applying to this vacancy please contact (Apply online only). Jarrod Holmes – KPJ Group
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We are looking for a SSSTS/SMSTS Painter for one of our sites in Surrey. Work will include supervising/managing the site as well as an amount of painting work. Location: Ash, Surrey Start: Monday 26th February 2018 Duration: 2 weeks Hours on Site: 40 hours p/week  Rate: £17.00 - £20.00 p/hr. Rate is negotiable depending on qualifications and experience. This project is on a school and therefore an advance DBS check will be required. A SSSTS OR SMSTS will be acceptable on this site. If this position interests you, please apply via this post and call Anthony in the office (Apply online only)
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  • £100 - £150/day
Secondary Music Teacher Required – April 2018 – Blackburn £100 - £150 per day PK Education’s Manchester branch are working with a vibrant, Ofsted ‘Good’, secondary school in the Blackburn area in order to recruit a dedicated Music teacher for a long term (and potentially permanent) position starting at Easter 2018. The school are looking for a passionate and highly motivated teacher to join their welcoming music and media department. The successful candidate will be required to teach KS3 and KS4 Music to classes across a range of abilities. Lessons should engage and challenge students in order to provide opportunity for good progress to be made. This role is suitable for an NQT or experienced classroom practitioner To be considered for the role you should have: Recognised teaching qualification PGCE or equivalent (QTS). Good classroom and behaviour management. Strong subject knowledge of the Music curriculum including the new GCSE Additional requirements: Reference details will be requested prior to registration. Current DBS registered with the DBS Update Service – if you do not have a DBS registered online PK Education will provide full assistance in getting you one. Salary and Benefits: Competitive rates of pay from between £100 to £150 per day (AWR Compliant). 24/7 support and feedback from experienced education consultants. Exposure and networking opportunities to associated schools. Claim up to £300 worth of vouchers with each referral of a teacher or NQT. If you would like to find out more information, please contact Dan Bazeley on (Apply online only) or email on PK Education is a supply teaching agency with branches across the north of England, including Manchester. PK Education is committed to embracing equal opportunities and diversity for all employees, workers and applicants; and shall adhere to such a policy always. If you are a primary teacher, secondary teacher, SEN teacher, newly qualified teacher (NQT), cover supervisor or teaching assistant looking for day to day supply work, or contract work then please get in touch on (Apply online only)
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  • £16283 - £80000/annum Salary + up to 70% of your GP
Can you sell? Are you a self motivated Recruitment Consultant or Business Development Manager looking for the benefit of working for yourself but still want to be part of a team? Do you like selling but want someone else to take care of the resourcing & admin? Whether its by phone, face 2 face temporary or permanent recruitment we’re looking to develop our network with the very best people with a can do attitude. Because we’re essentially an online business we can work with any consultant in any sector in any location and part time if that suits. If you’ve got the self belief to work under your own steam, we want to help you develop a business within our network. Working from home,at your clients, on-site and the local Starbucks you can expect a basic and bonus that will see you earn more then half the margin generated whilst you get up and running. We’re only interested in seeing you succeed, so you’ll be trained, mentored and supported all the way. We’ll show you how to use our systems and follow our procedures, we have over 160 ‘How To’ training videos all available through our online training & knowledge base platform. Because we do it all online we can seamlessly support the advertising, recruitment and initial vetting of candidates through our National Recruitment Hub. We can take out of hours calls and send replacements that you’ve easily vetted and pre-selected as being suitable - we believe in providing a local service, that's local people for local jobs interviewed by local consultants who understand the needs of the customer and candidate alike Want to be a part of this exciting opportunity and change the face of recruitment in your area
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Amoria Bond are seeking a Mechanical Design Engineer to join one of out clients based in Lancashire on a contract basis. My client requires a Mechanical Designer that can use NX on different Detailed fabrication projects, If you are interested and available please email Amoria Bond are a specialist recruitment business focused on delivering highly experienced and reputable contractors to some of the world's largest organisations. As a contractor working through Amoria Bond we can offer: -Flexible payment terms including weekly or monthly pay options. -First time contractor support. If you are new to contracting we can help you get set up as a limited company or point you in the direction of reputable umbrellas partners. -Accommodation sourcing support. If you are staying away from home we can assist you in finding a place to stay at a lower cost. -IR35 friendly contracts so you have peace of mind. -Free support and advice to help you with your job search. -Full interview support including a pre-interview call with a specialist consultant and coaching on interview tips and techniques. Disclaimer Amoria Bond operates as an employment agency and employment business. No terminology in this advert is intended to discriminate on the grounds of age or experience, and we confirm that we are happy to accept applications from persons of any age or experience for this role
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Service Desk Transformation service desk manager needed in Poulton-Le-Fylde £32.10ph paye or £40ph umbrella ref 295950 The ideal person will have; Previous experience working in Local Government would be an advantage Experience of ITEL essential Description This is a 6 month project looking to start asap. Working in a Local Government IT Team, you will be required to lead on the transformation of our IT Help Desk, shaping how we deliver frontline IT support across the organisation. Experience • Previous experience in a similar post / Service Desk Transformation is essential • Previous experience working in Local Government would be an advantage • Experience of ITEL essential Duties • Rebrand IT to ICT and Helpdesk to Service Desk • Select new service management tool focussing on ITIL processes • Rework resource allocation forecasting and review workloads, prioritisation methods and establish this into business as usual for staff allocation and get approval for resource backfill plans for project resources. • Define qualify measure and KPI’s and ensure new service management tool can report these embed them as part of business as usual as part of the new service management toolset. • Review in flight projects, agree what continues and what can stop, finish off projects that are needed, improve housekeeping including store room, asset management and server room cleanliness. • As part of the re-launch of ICT, rework management methods, teaming and collaboration, build this into new way of working as part of job evaluation criteria for the new roles. • Run the project to configure a new service desk software (selecting software as a service) to avoid a hefty implementation cost and take ‘out of the box’ as much as possible
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Dispersed Housing Worker - Care Leavers  This role provides an exciting opportunity to work with young care leavers across the North West, helping them develop as individuals and progress within their communities.   - Full time position 37.5 hours per week and a Part time Position available ASAP.  - Monday - Friday with occasional evenings & weekends - Field based role - Allowance for travel expenses - Company laptop & mobile included for field work - £8.41 - £9.58ph*   Aims of post: - To provide a quality Dispersed Housing service for young people who have low, medium or high support needs, and/or may have complex, chaotic or multiple support needs.  - To enable clients to develop their skills and networks they require to move on and live independently in their own accommodation.  - To develop and deliver client centred support plans that incorporate specific identified smart outcomes and activities to achieve these that are tailored to individual client needs.  - To act as an advocate for the client and to work in partnership with local agencies to meet individual clients support needs and achieve positive outcomes for them.  - To formulate, co-ordinate and deliver intervention strategies when clients are in a crisis situation.  - To assist the Service Manager in marketing and promoting the service to other agencies and organisations.   Job Description - To participate in team allocation meetings and agree the allocation of clients to properties in liaison with the Referral and Assessment Co-ordinator (RAC).  - To support the RAC with the needs and risk assessments of clients as required, particularly in relation to matching of clients to vacancies within shared accommodation, including arranging for clients in shared accommodation to meet prospective tenants prior to allocation to a property as part of a matching process to assess compatibility.  - To carry out tenancy sign-up and induction procedures with new clients, including applying for housing benefit, and other benefits as appropriate, and ensuring clients understand their responsibilities as a tenant, and the organisation’s responsibilities with regard to property management and housing-related support.  - To develop and deliver client centred support plans that incorporate specific identified smart outcomes and activities to achieve these that are tailored to individual client needs.  - To support clients to achieve the targets included in their Support Plans through regular Link Work sessions and the monitoring of progress through a client ‘outcomes dial’ system.  - To work with and advise clients regarding welfare rights and benefits, budgeting, employment, education and training, leisure opportunities and issues of Health and Wellbeing. -  To enable clients to liaise with the various authorities involved in the provision of housing and associated services including:- Housing Departments and Providers, Housing Benefit, Council Tax, Utilities and benefits.  - To support clients to manage conflicts within shared accommodation.  - To accompany clients to courts, tribunals and other hearings or official appointments as required.  - To support clients to develop links with the local community and inform them about local facilities and opportunities for participation.  - To advise clients where and how they can access cultural and religious facilities and information.  - To support clients to access General Practitioner and other Health services, including specialist services such as Drug and Alcohol services.  - To support clients to consider their long-term accommodation needs and preferences and to support them in applying for move-on accommodation and preparations for moving into a long-term tenancy.  - To advise and support clients to claim grants, loans and allowances to enable them to furnish and maintain their own home.  -  To provide short-term resettlement support to clients as they move on from the Service. Housing Management To be responsible for the delivery of the housing management function for all properties within the post-holder’s own patch, including: - allocations and void control to ensure that void loss targets are met and that clients are offered accommodation appropriate to their needs and circumstance. - rent and service charge income management (applications for housing benefit, current arrears recovery and former tenant arrears recovery) to ensure that income collection targets are met. - Reporting of repairs and renewals to ensure accommodation is maintained to the required standard. - management of anti-social behaviour -  To liaise with the RAC and Housing Support Assistant (HSA) in managing the above. - To report on a regular basis on activity/performance as required by the Service Manager, including the preparation of weekly arrears and void reports. - To collect ineligible service charges from clients on a regular basis and to process the payments in accordance with financial and administrative procedures. Daily travelling is required. To apply for this role you must have access to a car. Business mileage allowance is payable from an agreed base. An enhanced DBS certificate including clearance to work with children is a necessity for the role
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  • £375 - £400/day
I am now working with a Roman Catholic Diocese in the North of England who are looking for a Practicing Catholic Headteacher for one of their Secondary Schools. The role will start fat Easter 2018 and will run until July 2018 in the first instance. You will be required to work closely with the Parish and Priest and must be a Practicing Catholic. Headship experience is essential. Please call Sawan Shah at Ignata Education on (Apply online only) or email for more details or to apply
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A Full stack .Net Developer is required in Lancaster for a 6-month contract, for a market leading software company....
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