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We are recruiting for an Accounts Payable Assistant for a long term contract role based in Newport working for a leading defence & Space organisation. Accountabilities Guarantees that only invoices that are in conformance with internal and external requirements are registered for payment. Ensures that all identified non-conformances are resolved prior to registration for payment. Ensures strong overall awareness of status of assigned supplier accounts (and especially accuracy of data) to ensure up to date information can be provided in response to queries either internal or external to Accounts Payable. Contributes to the effective management of cash in the business by only paying valid invoices and paying according to agreed contractual payment terms. Ensures that all Compliance and internal control related topics are followed by using the correct procedures when processing invoices, and be alert to fraud attempts. Main activities Verifying, using SAP based tools, details of incoming invoices (paper, scanned and electronic) and credit notes from suppliers - legal details eg correct company address; tax details eg VAT rate; internal references eg Purchase Order. Identify non-conforming invoices (eg Purchase Order missing, no Goods/Service receipt in SAP, wrong company address, wrong VAT rate, price on invoice different from Purchase Order, quantity on invoice different from Purchase Order). Manage non-conformance resolution process through correspondence (telephone, e-mail,)
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  • £45000 - £55000/annum + benefits
Programme Manager. A Newport electronics manufacturer are looking for a Programme Manager on a 12 month fixed term contract. The Programme Manager be responsible for managing all commercial aspects of the assigned customer accounts including customer satisfaction, business growth and profitability. The Programme Manager would be considered to be offered a permanent role within the business once the contract is completed. Key Responsibilities Commercial point of contact for the customers in your portfolio. Ensure regular and effective communication with customers including: open order book status travel to customer sites as needed to accomplish duties and responsibilities quarterly business reviews with customers to review KPI's face-to-face meeting or conference calls with customers supported by the issue and maintenance of a joint action plan (subject to customer requirement) Provide leadership, focus and direction to the Customer Focus Team (CFT) to effectively manage the full customer portfolio, providing excellent customer service and the delivery of quality products to the customer on time at an agreed profitable price. Manage all aspects of the customer sales order book including sales plan/forecast generation to ensure the meeting of sales targets and customers KPI's. Overall financial responsibility for the profitability for the customer portfolio, including: gross margin, material liability, account specific costs, cost reduction opportunities, invoice/ payment recovery and recovery of Non-Recurring Expenses from the customer. Manage the formal contract review process: Review new business or new product introduced with business support to understand the flow-down requirement from the customer on all aspects of the business, purchase order requirements and any supporting documentation and/or specifications. Responsibility for growth and development of House Accounts and working with the Account Manager and Business Development manager on the development of others Take charge in addressing problems, opportunities and other "hot spots" in a quick, decisive and effective manner. Qualifications: Competency The Programme Manager needs to be able in the first month to pick up the full portfolio of customers. In months 2 and 3 expected to be operating as the CFT leader and key customer contact to assure effective transition of the customer portfolio Core Qualifications and Desirable Behaviours Graduate level in a relevant business/commercial subject Successful track record working in a customer management role in an electronic manufacturing services environment Excellent customer service ethic driven to fully deliver commitments on time Able to quickly understand requirements and lead teams to deliver Good communicator able to develop and build relationships with key stakeholders and customers Quick and keen learner High energy with capability of multitasking and setting priorities Strong IT skills Attention to detail in a fast pace environmentThe Programme Manager salary is £45-55k + benefits Proactive People is an employment agency and employment business
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  • £140 - £141/day Flexible working
My client in Newport, South Wales are seeking a Software Engineer on an initial 6 month contract. The role is full time (37 hours per week - flexi-time). The role is paying £19.18 per hour. Skills required: Proficient in but not limited to Go, React, Javascript, Typescript, Node, Python, Flask framework, Databases (MySQL or Microsoft SQL), SQL Alchemy, HTML and CSS; PYTest and Selenium. Proficient in CI/CD Practitioner of service-oriented architectures and micro-services. Cloud experience - preferably AWS or Google Proficient in using container technology e.g. Docker Experienced in software delivery lifecycle within an Agile Team
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My client in Newport, South Wales are seeking a Software Engineer on an initial 6 month contract. The role is full time (37 hours per week - flexi-time).
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Line Up Aviation is a specialist aviation and aerospace recruitment company that has been operating all over the world for more than 30 years. We work with some of the industry's best-known companies and pride ourselves with working to the highest standard of service supported by an ingrained culture of honesty and integrity.   Role:  Accountants Payable Analyst Pay: £12 p/h PAYE Contract: 12-month contract Location: Newport The opportunity has arisen to join my client as an Accounts Payable Analyst to guarantee that only invoices that are in conformance with internal and external requirements are registered for payment. Ensure that all identified non-conformances are resolved prior to registration for payment. Ensure strong overall awareness of status of assigned supplier accounts (and especially accuracy of data) to ensure up to date information can be provided in response to queries either internal or external to Accounts Payable. Contribute to the effective management of cash in the business by only paying valid invoices and paying according to agreed contractual payment terms. Ensure that all Compliance and internal control related topics are followed by using the correct procedures when processing invoices and be alert to fraud attempts.   What you will be doing: Verifying, using SAP based tools, details of incoming invoices (paper, scanned and electronic) and credit notes from suppliers - legal details e.g. correct company address; tax details e.g. VAT rate; internal references e.g. Purchase Order.   Identify non-conforming invoices (e.g. Purchase Order missing, no Goods / Service receipt in SAP, wrong company address, wrong VAT rate, price on invoice different from Purchase Order, quantity on invoice different from Purchase Order).  Manage non-conformance resolution process through correspondence (telephone, e-mail, meetings) with supplier and internal departments about non-bookable invoices, claims for reimbursement of discounts, balance confirmations, statements of accounts etc.  Obtain formal confirmation and evidence of resolution of non-conformance (e.g. obtain approval note, correction of PO details, correction of price / quantity, requesting of debit balances/reclaiming from supplier, creating debit notes and sending to the supplier etc.)  Posting of conforming invoices in SAP for payment in line with agreed credit terms.  Verifying of balance confirmations and sending information about the status to supplier or auditor of the supplier.   Reconcile supplier statements to Accounts Payable balance identifying all goods receipts errors (GR/IR) / missing invoices.  Treatment of reminder notes from suppliers (if necessary, requesting invoices or clarification with supplier).  Provide input data for Accounts Payable process performance indicators (e.g. statements reconciled, reminders processed, etc.) as required.  Provide proactive support and advice to the business and to suppliers regarding best practice on all aspects of Purchase to Pay process (e.g. eSupplyChain process requirements, EGP process requirements, VMI process requirements, EDI process requirements, self-billing process requirements, etc.  Support Purchase to Pay process improvement / development projects either within Accounts Payable or with internal or external business partners (Procurement / Logistics / Suppliers).  Confirm new and amended bank details in line with the agreed written procedure, and (if the role requires) make the changes in the necessary Accounts Payment system
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Acorn Finance is looking for a Sales ledger Administrator to join a £100m t/o consultancy business in Newport. This position will play a pivotal role in the credit control and sales ledger team to ensure that all administration and complex transactions are fulfilled accurately and on time. Based just outside of Newport with a range of incentives this role will be paying a salary up to £21,000 on an FTC of 3 months. The role will involve: *Ensuring that all complex transactions are authorised and processed when required *Work to agreed SLA's and ensure you're contributing to the wider teams' targets *A range of reconciliation work to ensure all accounts are balanced *Allocating and posting cash when required *Assist with adhoc finance projects What we're looking for: *Demonstrable experience in a complex transactional role *Strong understanding of accounting systems *Significant experience using advanced Excel functions *Confident in processing sales ledger transactions and good general administrative Skills *Confident and good eye for detail Acorn Recruitment acts as an employment agency for permanent recruitment
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Up to £9.28 per hour ABOUT THE ROLEAs a Bank Care Assistant at a Barchester care home, you’ll help residents enjoy each day by making sure they get the quality care and support they deserve. You’ll assist with daily living, providing support and companionship – and sharing great moments and memories too. It’s a chance to bring your dedication and compassion to a fulfilling environment. Every day will be different, so you can expect to undertake work that’s as varied as it is rewarding. As a Bank Care Assistant, you could be doing anything from supporting residents with their food and drink and following care plans to ensuring that each of our residents has one-to-one time. It’s an opportunity to put your skills to meaningful use and develop your career. ABOUT YOUTo join us as a Bank Care Assistant you’ll need to have some experience of caring for older people, a can-do approach and excellent communication skills. Your empathy and warm-hearted approach will shine through, but above all, you’ll have the compassion needed to deliver the highest standard of care and support for all our residents. In return we''''ll provide all the training you need to thrive. REWARDS PACKAGEAs well as competitive pay, you can look forward to a role that offers true flexibility and plenty of free learning and development opportunities. As one of the UK’s leading healthcare providers, we take the growth of everyone who works for us seriously. As this is a Bank position to provide cover as and when we need it, such as for annual leave or sick leave, the hours and days you work will vary. If you’d like to use your people skills in an organisation that provides the quality care you’d expect for your loved ones, this is a rewarding place to be. Our Care Home Manager is always happy to welcome you into the home for an informal chat, simply pop in to find out more about working at Barchester
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  • £8.66 - £17.32/hour Holidays & Pension
We are currently recruiting for Care Assistants Support Workers to cover all aspects of social care services such as - Elderly Care, Young Adults, Mental Health, Brain Injuries, Learning Difficulties. Previous experience is essential although training refresher courses are provided at no cost by the agency. RSD have a range of flexible working patterns which can be built around other part-time jobs family responsibilities as we are able to offer ad-hoc shifts and full time projects. RSD Social Care are a family run organisation that has been in practice for over 40yrs and we value our workers and reward them with attractive rates of pay. RSD is a pioneering and revolutionary agency within the Social Care sector providing a dedicated bespoke service to both clients and candidates. Care Assistant Days £8.21 / Nights£9.85 / Sleep-In £62.64 Support Worker Days £8.38 / Nights £10.06 / Sleep-In £62.64 Support Worker (Complex) Days £8.84ph / Nights £10.61 / Sleep-In £62.64 Scheme Support Worker Days £8.92ph / Sleep-In £34.54 Floating Support Officer Days £10.16ph /Sleep-In £34.54 Project Worker Days £10.98ph /Sleep-In £34.54 Job Types: Full-time, Contract Salary: £8.21 to £10.98 /hour Job Types: Full-time, Contract Salary: £8.21 to £10.98 /hour Job Types: Full-time, Part-time Salary: £8.21 to £10.98 /hour
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Project Management Officer Job Title: Project Management Officer Hourly Rate: £18.00 (LTD) Contract Duration: 2-3 Months Location: Newport Industry: Aerospace, Manufacturing, Engineering, Defence Key Words: Project Management, MS Project, Engineering Management, PMO, PSO This is a great opportunity for a Project Management Officer to join an established aerospace and defence company based near Newport. This role will be ideal for a degree educated Aerospace Engineer who is looking to break into project management. Are you a recent Aerospace Engineer Graduate? Do you have experience of working within an engineering environment? Are you looking to get into Project Management? If so, please read on. Project Management Officer Requirements: A degree in Aerospace Engineering or equivalent would be beneficial Experience in using MS Project would be a benefit. Experienced in using MS Office Tools Engineering /Technical background to understand engineering activities in a manufacturing environment Ability to work in a fast-paced, transverse project environment Ability to work in a transnational environment A willingness to undertake PM+ project management methodology training Experience with Excel Macros creation is desiredProject Management Officer Responsibilities: Support the Flow Management activity: monitor the project by tracking the technical deliverables, to ensure their progress, coordinate with the relevant project functions, and to escalate the blocking issues. Report on progress between the Project teams (Engineering, Manufacturing, Supply chain) Assist PM & EM in administrative functions of project related assignments, such as scheduling meetings and taking minutes of meetings. Assist in overall planning, tracking and documentation of the project from project proposal phase to project closeout. Manage KPI's issued Allocation of the workload, distributing to the relevant project teamsIf you are interested in this Project Management Officer role, the please click on Apply Now and we will be in touch with you soon
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  • £39903/annum + bonus and relocation
PE Teacher (Secondary) - The Falkland Islands up to £39,903 per annum (dependent on qualifications and experience) + bonus and relocation package Full-time fixed term contract commencing January 2020 The role We are very pleased to be working with The Falkland Islands Government to recruit their next PE Teacher (Secondary) for their well established Secondary School. They are looking for an enthusiastic, creative and experienced PE Teacher to start in January 2020. The successful candidate will join a dedicated and dynamic team. Applicants for the posts will have up-to-date knowledge and experience of PE within Key Stage 3 and 4. The successful candidate appointed to the PE teaching position will work in our 160 student school, situated in the capital Stanley and will benefit from a well-resourced PE facility that includes a 25M swimming pool, sports hall, cardio and weights rooms and spacious outdoor playing fields. Education on the Falkland Islands is unique. The Islands have a small population, with big ambitions. It will be your job to help turn these ambitions into reality offering a stimulating and supportive working environment. The FIG and the island will offer a warm welcome to the successful candidate (and their family!). The person The FIG are looking for the ideal candidate that will flourish in this role and the unique setting. Personally, you should have a sense of adventure, resilience and a love for the outdoors due to the rural nature of The Falkland Islands. - You should be focused on helping student's achieve high levels of progress in a positive and effective learning environment - You will be a graduate secondary PE teacher with Qualified Teacher Status (recognisable in UK) who has completed the statutory induction year as an NQT and ideally has 2 or more years post NQT experience - You will have experience in teaching PE at KS3 and 4 at secondary level and is able to teach deliver both core and GCSE PE to mixed gender and ability classes - You will be able to demonstrate recent experience of teaching PE within the English National Curriculum and an up to date knowledge of developments within the subject - You will be committed to differentiation and SEN inclusive practice - You will be able to effectively monitor, assess, record and report on student progress - You will enjoy working within and contribute to a coaching and mentoring environment - You will have good interpersonal skills and works well in teams - You should possesses secure IT skills - You should be able to contribute to the development of PSHE and pastoral life - You will be able to organise and oversee a range of extracurricular clubs and activities. The package & benefits - Salary of £39,903 for teachers with 5 years+ experience - Low rates of income tax - 25% gratuity, payable at the end of the contract - Airfare for the post holder and dependants at the beginning and end of contract, as well as airfares for return flights after every full year of the contract - A relocation grant - Subsidised accommodation to rent - Free education locally for dependent children to GCSE level and possible allowance for - overseas studies thereafter - Fixed term contracts of between 2 and 4 years in the first instance with potential for extension. For more information please visit our website: (url removed)/pe-teacher-secondary NO AGENCIES PLEASE
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