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Cregg Consulting is currently actively looking for a Senior Human Factors Design Engineer to join an exciting, complex project for a leading medical device company in Galway, Ireland. This role is ideal for an engineer who's focus is in the Human Factors space and is confident in leading the team with this purpose. This project focuses on the development of cutting edge medical devices in the Cardiac and Vascular space. Our Engineers are directly involved in the development of innovative products for use in medical procedures. Senior Human Factors Design Engineers are directly involved in the design and development of innovative medical devices. YOUR ROLE : You will contribute to accomplishing the development of these innovative medical devices and procedures as part of a matrix ed team where members exercise significant latitude and interdependence in their assignments. You will provide Human Factors support, including identifying, planning, monitoring, and executing Human Factors tasks for the entire project. You will be responsible for the development of user and workplace profiles and usage scenarios, task analysis, use error analysis, human factors and usability-related requirements, generation of concepts (creation of physical models and prototypes), graphical (software) user interface design, usability testing, risk management, and post-launch outcomes analysis. YOUR PROFILE; We are looking for a qualified person to Level 8 Degree in Engineering / Science or related discipline and desirably with 3-5 years relevant experience in performing human factors, industrial design engineering. You are experienced in usability regulatory standards and requirements. You have experience writing formative and summative usability test protocols and reports and designing instructions for use (IFU) documents. You have the ability to integrate creative skills with innovative problem solving techniques to support development of design concepts. You have experience completing field case research and case study observation with proven ability to apply findings into human interface requirements. You are a dynamic team player, with a proven ability to integrate into and influence multidisciplinary teams. You are a good communicator and have strong oral and written technical communication skills
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Office Administrator We are urgently seeking an office administrator to work on a full time basis with our client based in East Belfast. This is a 12 month contract with the possibility of becoming permanent after this time. Office Administrator Role: This is a great opportunity to join a team in the front office of our business. You will be working to ensure all company administration is up to date and completed on time. As you will be using a computer, relevant skills and experience would be an advantage Office Administrator Duties: * Work within the front office and check all documents and upload onto the company's system * Answer telephones and transfer accordingly * Talking to customers and answering any queries quickly and efficiently * Complete company filling and general administration duties * Work closely with sales team and assist in the completion of paperwork in set timescales * Work well within the team and be able to work on own initiative Office Administrator Skills: * Ideally you will have a similar experience within an office environment * Computer literate and experience with office systems * Good standard of education with a C+ in Maths and English * Excellent communicator * Work well within a team and be proactive Salary will be discussed at interview stage, ranging from £14k - £15k per annum. To apply please click the link below
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Day Webster Healthcare are looking for a Foundation Year 2 (FY2) or Senior House Officer (SHO) doctor for a six month contract in Colerain, Northern Ireland. This is an exciting opportunity for an Obstetrics & Gyanaecology Doctor to take up a contract starting 5 February running through to August. Rota can be provided, pay rate is negotiable. Minimum requirements: - 1 year pre-reg experience, at least 4 months in Obs & Gynae in the UK - Right to Work in the UK required - Full GMC registration If you are interested contact Gareth at Day Webster on 02084986827 et 612 or send your CV in response to this advert
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Concierge Team Member Belfast Contract Main purpose of Role To support the delivery of safe, secure and productive working environments for the clients’ staff, customers and visitors, and the provision of property solutions which meet business requirements. At each location the Concierges are line managed by one of the Customer Services Managers within the wider Global Estates team. These roles are being re-defined in conjunction with the introduction of “smart working” in all UK offices. This is challenging for all staff as they adapt to a new approach to how and where they do their work; the Concierges will be the first point of contact for staff and as such will play a vital role in ensuring the success of smart working. Accountability The post holder has responsibility for:- * Coordination and operational delivery of specific customer (soft) and workplace support services as set out in this job profile within the Global Estates (GE) department; * Supporting the delivery of improvements to the efficiency, effectiveness and sustainability of the UK offices within the Company’s global estate. This will be achieved through the following: Implementation of Estates Strategy and property and facilities management (P&FM) function * Contribute to the implementation and collective delivery of the BC Estates Strategy as relevant to team and individual job role and to level of responsibility. * Contribute to the implementation and collective delivery of relevant GE policies, performance indicators and service standards to produce demonstrable improvements in GE’s service and performance. Operational service delivery * Deliver customer and workplace support services in accordance with GE’s agreed Service Level Agreements (SLAs) so as to meet customer needs and Company operational business requirements at the relevant Company office location. * Seek to actively improve value for money and levels of customer satisfaction with customer and workplace support services as measured by agreed Key Performance Indicators (KPIs). Business relationship management * Respond to individual staff, customer and visitor queries (in person, via email or telephone) in a courteous and professional manner. * Provide accurate, up-to-date and timely information on any changes or developments to workplace support services to GE customers and stakeholders. Data, record keeping and financial reporting * Maintain documentation relevant to GE’s customer and workplace support services so that this is up-to-date, appropriate and readily available to customers and stakeholders. * Contribute to the maintenance of data and records relevant to the GE customer and workplace support services, via the Company’s corporate intranet, SharePoint sites and other information management initiatives as required. Facilitating smart working * Be the first port of call for all user enquiries about the day to day use of the smart working environments within the relevant UK office. * Ensure that everyone is aware of and adheres to the Company’s Office Etiquette, which is included as part of the Smart Working Handbook for the UK offices. Housekeeping * Ensure that the clear desk policy is maintained, including collecting up any personal items left on workstations at the end of the day and liaising with GE colleagues about the disposal of any items which remain unclaimed. * Carry out regular checks on the use of personal storage lockers, and remove all discarded personal materials from lockers before they are cleaned and re-allocated to new users. Equipment support * Act as the first point of contact for all user queries relating to the use and operation of general office equipment on the allocated floor/area, referring users on to specialist helpdesks or other sources of support and escalating queries as required. * Assist users with the physical set up and connection of their laptops at the workstation, dealing with any minor equipment queries on cables, USB hub connections, telephone handset and headset use at the workstation. Administrative support * Manage stocks of stationery in the central stationery cupboard on the allocated floor/area and order replacements to maintain agreed stock levels on a weekly or monthly basis according to user needs. * Keep records of stationery use and expenditure on stationery items for central GE records. Requirement * Experience of working within a multi-disciplinary team carrying out a mix of different functions or delivering different services. * Generic Skill: Marketing and Customer Service Level 1 - In particular: * Responding to customer needs * Building strong relationships which add value to the United Kingdom * Obtaining and evaluating feedback * Be proficient in the use of Microsoft Office Suite (including Word, Excel & Outlook) * Ability to communicate practical skills and knowledge * Will have worked successfully in a customer-facing service delivery role. * Will have worked successfully in a role that required prioritisation of immediate and competing demands, whilst maintaining excellent levels of customer service. * Willingness to successfully complete training in Health and Safety e.g. IOSH – Managing Safely. * Post holder will be required to work as part of the current shift pattern for GE concierge services, which is 08:00 – 18:00, Monday – Friday inclusive. * Occasional unsocial hours for room set ups if the Company is hosting an event at the relevant office. * Occasional travel between the Company’s UK offices as required. * Occasional evening/weekend work. * Moving of meeting room furniture – manual handling will be required. * Uniform – If it is agreed to go ahead with providing a uniform for all Concierges across the 5 UK offices then the post holder will be required to wear this without additions. At First Recruitment we understand just how important it is to secure the right people. That's why our consultants always take the time to understand requirements in detail and offer sound advice to both clients and candidates. This is a superb opportunity for anyone looking to work for a reputable organisation
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Rullion has a fantastic 7 month contract based in Belfast for our highly prestigious client within the offshore wind farm construction sector. Rullion urgently requires a Senior Quantity Surveyor to be responsible for the cost control of a Project and to assist with the development of all opportunities to maximise revenue and reduce project costs. Offshore Wind construction experience would be desirable. As the successful quantity surveyor you will be responsible for developing an understanding of all budgets and contractual/commercial requirements of projects * To ensure all areas of project management and operations are fully aware of relevant budgets and contractual/commercial requirements of projects * To ensure adherence to all of the company's systems and procedures ie financial systems, planning systems, project control systems, material ordering and control systems and the necessary authorisations of expenditure * To prepare and submit sales invoices and a final account with relevant backup as required in respect of base contract and variation income claims * To liaise with the customer in respect of cash flow and ensure that payments are made in accordance with the Income Plan * To ensure that the booking of hours is accurately maintained and recorded against the appropriate codes. * To develop and maintain a cost control model to include: - the necessary cost coding structure for the effective execution and monitoring of the project and ensure that internal departments are fully aware of and use this coding e.g. stores, procurement etc. - the budget for the project recognising, original budget, internal adjustments, client variations and cancellations/omissions - all expenditure ie material, labour and internal utility and financing costs - all deferred costs eg, insurance - the earned value and performance on the project - a forecast of project outcome * To produce reports from the model which identify areas of concern and meet the needs of the corporate finance department, the client (where required) and the project manager. * To produce appropriate control registers to monitor ongoing subcontract/cost commitments * To adhere to the Document Control System especially in respect of contractual agreements, appropriate records, backup of costs and correspondence (emails/letters/reports/filing etc.) * To provide general administration support to the commercial and project managers and the project team (minutes/letters/reports/filing etc.) * To ensure compliance with the commercial and administrative requirements of contracts, including but not limited to preparation of minutes and contract correspondence * To measure work done on site and produce accurate reports * To measure work in progress and produce accurate reports * To assist with preparing tender and contract documents * To perform risk and value management exercises * To identify, analyse and develop responses to commercial risks * To assist in allocating work to subcontractors * To provide advice on contractual claims * To value completed work and arrange payments (both to subcontractors and from clients) * To maintain awareness of the different contracts in current use * To understand the implications of health, safety and environmental regulations * To prepare and submit final accounts * To ensure familiarity with fabrication, manufacturing and construction materials and methods * To undertake any other task required by management. To apply please send your up to date CV to Richard Stainforth at Rullion Glasgow via the link below or email me directly . For a confidential discussion please call (Apply online only) Rullion is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy
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Our client is a well known Construction & Refurbishment company who are looking to recruit a plasterer to work on Void Properties in the Newtown Powys, Mid Wales region. Contract will run for approximately 2 months, there is also the potential for you to secure a permanent role with the company after the initial contract has finished. Qualifications: City & Guilds or NVQ equivalent in Plastering CSCS Card PASMA or IPAF would be advantageous Own tools/Dust Sheets PPE If this is of interest please apply with CV
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This Vacancy is with a National Contractor who has picked up a nationwide refurbishment contract. The position comes with a vehicle and is for approximately 10 months. The role will encompass managing various small refurbishment package running back to back across the country. This role will is suited to someone with a carpentry background who is able to think on their feet and has a keen eye for detail. The candidate will also need to work nights and weekends where required, but will be compensated accordingly. Duties & Responsibilities Management of trades and sub-contractors Laising with Quantity Surveyors, Scheduling weekly Work Programmes for trades Assisting with the control of plant and equipment Compiling labour allocation Providing clear leadership and direction to the site team Attending weekly site management meetings Must have good understanding of Health & SafteStrong communication skills Ability to prioritise workload / excellent time management Previous experience in similar capacity Strong IT skills Excellent people management and client skills. Excellent reference and track record. Please send your CV and relevant info through to info@larnach.ie
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A wonderful opportunity has arisen for a Training Administrator to join Avon and Somerset Constabulary. The successful candidate will to provide comprehensive administrative and clerical support for designated training courses using the computerised training management system where appropriate. Main Duties: To book classrooms, trainers and resources in accordance with course programme To take minutes at meetings as required To liaise with other forces and external agencies as appropriate in connection with course administration To maintain course attendee levels in order to operate within course budgets, within defined parameters, including filling places by contact with other forces To calculate course charges and raise invoice requests as appropriate To provide typing/word processing support to unit personnel, including the initiation of routine correspondence To act as the main point of contact for queries about training courses and co-ordinate the diaries of senior departmental staff To assist in the general administrative support to unit personnel To contribute flexibly across the unit functions and activities, including operating the computer system to assist with course administration and reception duties when necessary Essential Skills and Experience Needed: Must be computer literate and able to type at 35 wpm Experience organising and servicing meetings and events Tactful, diplomatic and professional telephone manner Computer Literate/excellent knowledge of MS packages Excellent speed and accuracy when typing documents Excellent communication skills via telephone and face to face Job Requirements: Must have a minimum of 12months continuous experience working within an administrative role GCSE mathematics and English – Grade C or above, or equivalent Good ICT skills, in particular typing/Word Our promise to you: A highly experienced recruitment consultant who will provide you with regular updates about vacancies across the UK Career guidance alongside our free CV writing service Free yearly DBS disclosures Prompt and reliable payroll service Excellent aftercare service £100 referral fee – terms and conditions apply Due to a high volume of applications we receive, we are only able to respond to applicants who meet the needs of our client’s
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