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  • £400 - £600/day
Quality Inspector Contract Developer side Off shore Wind Farm Norfolk £450-£600pd This role has come about due to a large number of non-conformances raised on a project and three new projects due to do ahead. Day to Day: Tool Box talks Inspections with subcontractors Reporting Raising non conformances To apply you will need the following: Experience gained on at least three off shore projects A background in electrical engineering
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  • £900 - £1200/week
Position: Gas Service Engineer Location: Norwich Rate: £900-£1200 paid weekly Contract: Long term/ongoing The role: Domestic Gas engineer required for service only contract for a social housing company. This is a long term, ongoing contract with a well-established contractor, offering a good volume and continuity of work. The successful engineer must have the following: Good knowledge of domestic servicing gACS - CENWAT, CCN1, CKR1, HTR1. MUST HAVE: Own tools and van including calibrated analyser Public liability insurance Own Gas Safe registration Experience working on a Social Housing Sector contracts is desirable - DBS is also required to carry out this job
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  • £18 - £20/hour
Are you an 18th edition Electrician with a background of Testing and Inspection looking for your next immediately available, days based contract position which will be outside IR35 for a market leading electrical and gas services provider? The company are a highly respected industry leader in their field who offer electrical and gas services throughout the UK. As the company continue to grow from strength to strength, a new position has opened up within the business for a Test & Inspection Electrician. The successful candidate will need to be 18th edition qualified Electrician and hold testing and inspection qualifications (City & Guilds 2391 or C&G's 2934+2935 level 3 inspection and testing), along with a background of working in domestic environments carrying out EICR's. The Successful candidate will also need to hold a full UK driver's license and be willing to cover Norwich and surrounding areas as a patch. On offer here is an excellent opportunity for a Test and Inspection, 18th edition Electrician looking for an immediately available, days based contract role with the potential to go permanent if wanted for a market leading electrical and Gas provider. Fuel is provided but candidates will need own equipment, their own PC/laptop and a van. The Role: * Field based role covering Norwich and surrounding areas * EICR's inspections + remedial work (20/80 split) * Ongoing contract or Temporary to Permanent position available (OUTSIDE IR35) The Person: * 18th edition Electrician * Test and Inspection (2391) or City and Guilds 2934+2935 level 3 * Previous experience working in domestic environments carrying out EICR's and remedials This role is immediately available so please send your CV for the attention of Zac Mace to be considered for the role. Reference Number RTR93512
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Labourer's are required for a new build construction site in Norwich city centre. Duties are to fetch, carry and tidy the site. You must be immediately available, have a CSCS card and be able to work 8am-5.30pm Monday to Friday. This is a 7 week contract for the right candidates and the pay rate is dependent on the type, £11.30 paye umbrella and £8.72 direct paye. Call Hayley Randle at Fusion People in the Birmingham office on (phone number removed). --- Fusion People are committed to promoting equal opportunities to people regardless of age, gender, religion, belief, race, sexuality or disability. We operate as an employment agency and employment business. You'll find a wide selection of vacancies on our website
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  • £18.50/hour
Senior Stakeholder and Consultation Officer – Norfolk Salary: £18.50ph Full-Time (37 hours) Advice and guidance Contribute to the effective delivery of the corporate consultation function of the council based on an understanding of the legal framework in which such consultations take place. Relationships and representations Strategic delivery Support the strategic objectives of the Council and delivery of Council priorities by delivering elements of a comprehensive stakeholder communications plan with clear, confirmed and measurable outcomes Operations management Lead the implementation of elements the consultation strategy that uses a range of formats, including on-line, print and social media. Lead on the management of the Your Voice panel Lead on specific proactive and reactive stakeholder engagement, providing direct support and advice to senior officers and members. Performance Management            Ensure high standards of performance are set and achieved and take responsibility for seeking and receiving external views on effectiveness of the team’s work. Regularly review effectiveness of stakeholder engagement and report to members and senior officers. Resource management Make the best possible use of resources (money, skills, time) to ensure best value for the Council. Undertake all employment and service provision with commitment to diversity and equality of opportunity, to contribute to the safety and welfare of Norfolk communities and ensure that all individuals are treated with dignity, respect and free from discrimination, harassment and abuse. Seek out and evaluate opportunities for finding, generating and supporting external funding. Principal accountabilities Implement elements of an annual plan of engagement with key stakeholders, as directed by the Stakeholder and Consultation Manager. Plan and deliver effective stakeholder engagement activities; track and evaluate the impact of that engagement on the Council’s reputation. Research and prepare high quality briefing materials for stakeholders, (including media, with support from communications officers) and for senior officers in advance of stakeholder meetings. As directed by the stakeholder manager, monitor the activities and interests of key MPs, or the parliamentary progress of key legislation and provide timely intelligence for them on relevant NCC priorities and activities. Horizon scan across departments for potential issues relating to consultation, and provide advice and expertise to services on consultation requirements. Promote Your Voice panel, and use the panel appropriately to support consultation and stakeholder management. Promote and run specific activities of the Norfolk Youth Parliament Initiative, as directed by the stakeholder manager. We offer: 24 hour one on one specialist consultant based within your geographical area 4Recruitment Services Employee Benefits Programme Our own dedicated payroll support ensuring you get the full benefits of your payment Recruitment is done in line with safe recruitment practices. 4Recruitment Services is an equal opportunities employer. To discuss this vacancy or other vacancies in your area please contact Max Catherall (phone number removed)
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  • £40000 - £50000/annum
The Role: Job description This is a great opportunity to join our clients team based in Norwich where you will have ownership to work independently. This position is responsible for designing graphics and layouts, writing, editing and publishing of safety & associated documentation in support of the Southern North Sea operations. You will have responsibility to ensure compliance with our clients Safety and Environmental Management System (SEMS) under the supervision of the Lead Safety Engineer. This is a position that requires an enquiring mind with accuracy and a methodical attention to detail. The successful candidate will work closely within the Technical Safety Team and be an integral member of the larger QSSHE Team. Key responsibilities include  Working within the Technical Safety Team, assisting the Safety Engineers in the production and updating of safety documentation  Commissioning, coordinating and amending detailed graphics, layouts and drawings  Following company document style guidelines and regulations  Develop, review, edit and validate data sheets relating to technicalities of the requisite subject  Write and prepare safety documentation in an easy-to-understand language  Check for style, structure, grammar, errors, syntax, punctuation and spellings in technical documentation  Meeting deadlines in the preparation and editing of documents  Work closely with Safety Engineers to ensure accuracy of the documentation  Liaising with Safety Engineers to identify potential improvements in safety documentation administration  Communicating both proactively and reactively with company personnel  Working with the Document Control team for the publishing and archiving of documentation  Reacting to and delivering on operational requests for assistance  Keeping up to date with developments and projects  Working on and managing multiple projects simultaneously  Controlling Safety Cases, Emergency Response Plans, Platform Datacards, Walk to Work Datacards, Platform Station Bills, Lifesaving Appliance Layouts and ensuring the correct archiving of these documents  Adopting a flexible working pattern to complete projects both on time and to budget Experience/Qualifications  Basic knowledge of the Oil & Gas Industry would be an advantage.  Proven IT Literacy including proficiency with Word/Excel/Adobe Acrobat and skills with Microsoft Visio and Adobe Illustrator is essential.  Working knowledge of CAD Software would be an advantage.  Have an excellent command of English grammar, spelling and punctuation.  Strong organisational skills.  Have a proven ability for teamwork.  Have the ability to learn new skills and drive for quality and excellence.  Strong interpersonal skills to be able to challenge others, communicate issues and manage change.  Be able to work unsupervised for periods of time About Fircroft: Fircroft has been placing people in specialist technical industries for over 50 years, focusing on mid to senior level engineers for contract and permanent roles worldwide. By applying for this job you give consent for Fircroft to contact you, via email & telephone, to discuss your application along with future positions and Fircroft's services. Fircroft is registered as a Data Controller with the Information Commissioner as required under the General Data Protection Regulation 2016/679. Fircroft will only process your personal data for the specific purposes of managing your application
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Social Worker Children With Disabilities Norwich £32ph 3 Month Ongoing I am recruiting for a Qualified Social Worker to cover the Norwich and South Norfolk area, holding a caseload of Children with disabilities. The successful candidate will ideally have knowledge of child protection proceedings along with experience with children with disabilities. Required Candidate Experience: - Knowledge of children with disabilities - Initial assessment - Liaising with clients and professionals/agencies - Risk assessment Requirements: - HCPC Registration - DBS - Driving Licence Experience of Liquid Logic and Signs of Safety would be advantageous. Benefits of working with us: - SCS will fund the £9 a week fee via ARCH Umbrella company! - SCS will pay £150 to any new Qualified Social Workers after 4 weeks in an assignment - SCS offer £250 for every Qualified Social Worker you refer over to us!(£150 after 6 weeks in the assignment and £100 after completing 12 weeks) - SCS will offer £150 to Qualified Social Workers sourcing their own job and referring it to the agency! - SCS will pay up to £250 each year to help with your Continuing Professional Development. - SCS will pay a "Thank you" bonus to Qualified Social Workers after each 12-month period they complete with SCS. If you are interested in the role, or know of anyone who may be, please contact Theo at Service Care Solutions on (phone number removed) or email (url removed) Service Care Solutions also offers a £250 referral bonus! So if you know of anyone who would be perfect for this position and they are placed into work, you will receive £250 for the referral once their probationary period has been completed
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Gap professional are operating as an employment agency on behalf of its client, are you looking for a Speech and Language Therapist - Fixed Term Contract Job Type: Fixed Term Contract till 2021 Location: Quidenham, Norwich Hours of work: 40 Hours Per week - Full Time Salary: £33,000 - £40,000 Duties: Manage and prioritise caseload according to individual need, to ensure equitable service delivery. Work with the clinical Lead and SLT to manage workload efficiently. Produce timely and concise clinical recording, maintain confidentially and the safe storage of both written and digital data. Gain thorough knowledge of relevant background information and conduct comprehensive baseline communication assessments of all pupils and share this with the multidisciplinary team. Produce communication aims for Individual Education Plans, in conjunction with the multidisciplinary team. Plan and implement individual communication programmes and provide accessible written guidelines which ca be delegated and delivered by others. Regularly monitor and review outcomes for communication aims/programmes and modify as required. Work with the SLT and wider team to develop and maintain Personal Communication Passports for all students. Attend and contribute to annual reviews, provide clear and concise written reports. Liaise and work with other relevant agencies or professions to gain and share information as required (medical professionals, therapists, dieticians etc) to include attendance at appointment where necessary e.g transitions. Contribute to and attend multi-disciplinary meetings such as behaviour support planning. Work alongside the Speech and Language Therapy assistant to develop a range of communication supports. Use specialist software to produce grid-based communication systems and accessible resources. Consult with others to identify and implement appropriate AAC/AT equipment. Work with others to plan and implement an accessible environment, including the use of technology across the school. Model good practise in terms of total communication techniques (e.g. signing, symbol use, language modification, intensive interaction). Provide speech therapy interventions, as required for individuals, group and within the classroom. Make referrals for specialist assessment or advice regarding dysphagia as necessary. Undertake relevant learning and development to maintain CDP through self directed study, network links, CEN membership, training and supervision. Maintain clinical expertise in relevant fields. Provide screening assessment for prospective new students; this may include visits to other schools/residential settings. Recognise own professional boundaries with the role and when to seek appropriate guidance. Provide supervision and support to Speech and Language Therapy assistants or other assistants as required. Requirements: To be a registered member of RCSLT and HCPC. To hold a professional Speech and Language Therapy degree or equivalent. To work within the RCSLT clinical guidelines and HCPC standards. Ability to assess, devise and implement integrated therapy plans, based on identified needs. Ability to train staff and modify approach according to need. Knowledge of a range of therapy interventions in learning disability. Knowledge of behaviour support. Knowledge of the impact of trauma and adverse early childhood experiences on communication. Knowledge of Autism Spectrum conditions. Experience working with children or young people with Autism Spectrum Conditions, SEMH and or SEND. Have experience or knowledge of delivering provision through the EHCP process. Have a clear understanding or relevant protection procedures and health & safety procedures including safeguarding and manual handing procedures. Good Written and oral communication skills. Excellent interpersonal skills and an ability to relate to others and develop good working relationships. Good time management and organisation skills. Good IT skills for administration, presentations, recording and reporting systems. Benefits: Dedicated and experienced team of staff to support you within your journey Fully paid detailed induction DBS provided by the client Company refer a friend scheme of £400 Perkbox Free parking Successful applicants will be subject to pre-employment safeguarding checks including an enhanced disclosure and barring service (DBS) check. Closing date is 30th June 2020. To Apply please follow the application process for the site this job is advertised on or email your CV to . By applying for the above position and providing your personal data to us you understand that your data will be processed in line with our Privacy Policy. To view our full Privacy Policy please visit our website. gap professional are committed to the selection, recruitment and development of the best people, basing judgements solely on suitability for the job. Whilst we endeavour to respond to all applications individually, due to high volumes, this is not always possible. Thank you for your interest in this role and we look forward to working with you in the future
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Gap professional are operating as an employment agency on behalf of its client, are you looking for an Occupational Therapist - Maternity Contract Job Type: Maternity Contract Location: Quidenham, Norwich Hours of work: 40 Hours Per week Term time only - (Maternity cover up to one year) Salary: £25,000 - £32,000 Key roles and responsibilities: To provide an occupational Therapy Service, which is run in an efficient manner so that student's needs are met effectively. To assess the occupational, functional and sensory limitations of children within their academic and wider settings. To write in depth reports demonstrating clinical reasoning skills that are based on the analysis of findings from the assessments carried out. To work collaboratively with the child, their support network, and other agencies, in order to effectively communicate the needs of the child and how these needs can be best met. To deliver individualised interventions as outlined within the child's EHCP and identified through Occupational Therapy Assessment. To advise and source, where appropriate, specialist equipment believed to help address the occupational needs of the child or young person. To liaise effectively with senior managers, SENCO and all teaching staff that best practise is evidenced throughout the whole curriculum. To be professionally and legally accountable and responsible for all aspects of your own work including the management of students in your care. To be accountable for the delivery of Occupational Therapy programmes by the relevant staff members, including Therapy and Teaching Assistants. To provide professional support, leadership and supervision as appropriate to Occupational Therapy Assistants. To provide Occupational Therapy training, support and advice to members of the multidisciplinary teams. To maintain and update professional expertise and competence in line with requirements of continued professional developments. To ensure compliance with Aurora policies, regulations and protocols, To maintain regular records of intervention using agreed protocols and in line with the code of professional conduct. To attend appropriate multidisciplinary student reviews and team meetings, promoting our culture of joint working with other disciplines and outside agencies. The ideal candidate: Have a knowledge of Sensory Integration Theory and experience in delivering interventions based on Ayres Sensory Integration Theory. Have experience or knowledge of delivering provision through the EHCP process. Have a clear understanding of relevant protection procedures and health & safety procedures including safeguarding and manual handling procedures. Have knowledge of legislation relevant to Occupational Therapy, education and social care. Have knowledge of the National Curriculum and school setting is desirable. Skills: Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written, including report writing. Supportive and with the ability to adapt to changing circumstances. A creative and adaptable approach to work. Ability to design and develop individual treatment programmes. Ability to form good working relationships with a wide variety of people. Patience, determination to secure the very best for our students and a positive attitude. A pragmatic approach to problem solving. Experience: Have at least two years post graduate experience working as a Paediatric Occupational Therapist. Have experience working with children and young people with a range of neurodevelopmental needs. Previous experience in an Occupational Therapist role, preferably with children and young adults. Qualification: A recognised degree in Occupational Therapy and current registration of the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC) Postgraduate training in Sensory Integration would be favourable. Benefits: Dedicated and experienced team of staff to support you within your journey Fully paid detailed induction DBS provided by the client Company refer a friend scheme of £400 Perkbox Free parking Successful applicants will be subject to pre-employment safeguarding checks including an enhanced disclosure and barring service (DBS) check. Closing date is 30th June 2020. To Apply please follow the application process for the site this job is advertised on or email your CV to . By applying for the above position and providing your personal data to us you understand that your data will be processed in line with our Privacy Policy. To view our full Privacy Policy please visit our website. gap professional are committed to the selection, recruitment and development of the best people, basing judgements solely on suitability for the job. Whilst we endeavour to respond to all applications individually, due to high volumes, this is not always possible. Thank you for your interest in this role and we look forward to working with you in the future
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My client has an urgent need for an experienced site based Senior Site engineer to look after the setting out and technical design queries on a rail depot in Norwich. Reporting to the Project Manager for the scheme you will be responsible for the out on-site engineering, setting out and management of technical queries for the initial earthworks and services to get the job moving. As the scheme progresses you will then go on to the frame and groundwork's sub-Contractors and as the project goes on become involved with external works and both external and internal sub-contractors as required You will have experience of working for respected sub-contractors or a renowned UK main contractor and you will have at least 5 years' experience on-site setting out and Monitoring the RC frame and groundwork's sub-contractors/ concrete pours on main contractor projects in excess of £10 mil in value in the past. You will be degree qualified in civil engineering or similar and have the desire to go into management in the future. If you are interested in the role, please apply, or get in touch with Maayon at F&R (London) for more information
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