Found 36 Northumberland Jobs

Get new jobs for this search by email
Workforce on Demand or currently seeking a qualified Welder for one of our clients on Power Station in Northumberland. All candidates must have previous experience and a valid CSCS/CCNSG card. This position is for an immediate start as inductions are being held this Friday 24/05/2019. If you are interested in this vacancy and want to discuss this further, please apply with an up to date CV or call us on (phone number removed)
Apply
  • £105 - £202/day + Free CPD, Drinks Events, PAYE system wee
Vision for Education are seeking Newly Qualified Teachers from September 2019 to work in long term and permanent roles in our client schools in Northumberland. Vision for Education receive many Teaching Roles for September across Secondary Schools. Often, these roles are highly suited to Newly Qualified Teachers (NQTs) and we are very experienced in securing Newly Qualified Teachers (NQTs) positions that help them complete their induction. These roles are often long term contracts ,with the ability to complete an induction. The role The desired Secondary Newly Qualified Teachers (NQTs) will be working in our client schools from September 2019. We pride ourselves on our provision of good and outstanding practitioners to fantastic schools in the area. We are looking to hear from passionate and determined Newly Qualified Teachers (NQTs) who are looking to start their career in teaching. The school Vision for Education works with hundreds of schools in the Northumberland area. We work with both Secondary schools that have an outstanding reputation in their local area and are passionate about ensuring our community provides the best possible education for our children. Requirements To be considered for the position Newly Qualified Teacher (NQT), you will: Have experience teaching children in your specific setting. • Have a genuine desire to become part of a committed team of teaching and support staff. • Have a passion for teaching with the ability to plan and deliver inspiring lessons. • Have passed your ITT course Vision for Education is committed to Safeguarding children and young people. We take our responsibilities extremely seriously. All staff we register will undertake thorough interviewing and referencing checks and hold, or be prepared to undergo, an Enhanced DBS Check that must be registered to the Update Service. About Vision for Education Vision for Education is a market-leading education recruitment and supply agency committed to the learning and development of young people. We are an employer of choice for high-quality primary, secondary and SEND teaching and support staff. We have branches across the country, and we are part of the world-renowned education company TES Global. What Vision for Education offer: As a valued employee of Vision for Education, you will receive: • Excellent daily rates paid weekly by our in-house payroll team using the Pay As Your Earn (PAYE) system. • Guaranteed pay scheme (subject to availability and qualifying criteria). • Pension contributions (subject to qualifying period). • Full compliance with AWR (Agency Workers’ Regulations), to make sure you get the pay and working conditions you are entitled to. • FREE training to help with your professional development such as Team Teach, Autism Awareness and an online Educare training package worth £350. • Regular social events with 100% complimentary food and drinks. • £50 refer a friend or colleague bonus scheme. • Access to a dedicated primary consultant, who will provide ongoing support How to apply If you are to be a qualified Newly Qualified Teacher (NQT) who can enthuse, motivate and engage students and would like the challenge of working in a demanding and rewarding environment, then we want to hear from you. Apply today via this website, or for more information about this role and other opportunities across Vision for Education, please contact Natasha Phelps and submit your CV at
Apply
  • £18.41 - £23.50/hour
The Role Is responsible for the availability, accuracy and reliability of all electrical, control and instrumentation equipment and systems. Actively participates in HSE&S, Sustainability and Quality activities, including the use of point of work risk assessment. Ensure safe systems of work are in place for both planned and reactive activities, including isolation of energy sources and the issue of Permit to Work. Create and maintain isolation procedures, change control documents and systems. Assists in the testing and commissioning of EC&I systems Liaising with vendors and external contractors. Proactively identifies improvement opportunities. Provides input to and actively participates in continuous improvement projects Liaises with the Automation team to monitor and rectify control system issues. The Person Time served as either electrical or instrumentation technician 5 years minimum experience in manufacturing, commissioning, maintaining and supporting site systems. Experience of Permit to Work systems and experience of carrying out LOTOTO procedures. Experience working in hazardous areas - ideally the candidate will be Compex certified. Awareness of functional and machinery safety systems in particular IEC61508/ISO13849 Experience working with SAP PM or other maintenance management systems. Experience of calibration and verification of instrumentation. Experience working with industrial networks. Experience interrogating and programming PLC's - preferably Siemens S7 and TIA Portal Experience working with AC/DC drives and Inverters Has good understanding of maintenance on fully automated systems and appreciation of the associated hazards
Apply
This challenging and exciting opportunity requires an individual with a demonstrable track record in contracts or site engineering within the specialist civil or ground engineering, earthworks, deep drainage or groundworks sectors. Role Purpose Due to continued expansion, an abundant pipeline of works, and the recent award of a number of significant contracts, our client is now looking to appoint an experienced Contracts Engineer whom will be responsible for supporting the Project Manager in the delivery of a particularly challenging and complex remediation, specialist civil engineering and deep drainage project in the North East. The Contracts Engineer will support the Project Manager in all areas to ensure that company and client requirements are met, and that the project is completed safely, on time and within budget. This pivotal role will report into the Project Manager, and will provide natural progression through follow on contracts upon the successful completion of this initial scheme. The Role * Supporting the Project Manager in the delivery of works at all stages of the process, from initial mobilisation through to practical completion on site * Liaison with internal and external stakeholders, developing strong relationships and ensuring that all parties are fully informed of project progress * Management of subcontractors and internal personnel to meet project delivery dates * Assisting in the management of a sizeable team of experienced professionals assigned to the contract * Co-ordination of site-based teams and operatives to ensure any required support is given to achieve all project KPI's and client drivers * Ensuring that statutory / legislative requirements are met with regards RAMS, CDM and HSE responsibilities * Assist in the production of project diaries, reports and files * Minimise project risks by highlighting areas for concern to the Project Manager * Ensuring the project plan and programme is followed and adhered to at all times * Supporting the Project Manager in motivating a sizeable project delivery team * Managing and maintaining communications with stakeholders and the organisation to ensure a successful project outcome for all The Person * Educated to a tertiary level and possessing demonstrable contracts or site engineering experience with schemes in the specialist civil or ground engineering arena, which could include remediation, groundworks, earthworks or deep drainage etc * Good client facing, liaison and communication skills * Able to interpret and understand technical drawings and designs to instruct works on site * Computer literate in Microsoft Word and Excel is essential * Excellent project organisational abilities * Proactive and skilled at working beneficially with colleagues * Knowledge with the NEC form of contract Our Client Our client is a division of major construction group, specialising in providing specialist civil engineering, early involvement and enabling works contracting services to a wide variety of sectors, clients and project applications, with their offering including remediation solutions for brownfield sites, to enable development or the management of environmental issues. The company offers a range of sustainable services, including various design aspects, waste classification and management, soil stabilisation / remediation, groundwater treatment, drainage, piling / foundations techniques, earthworks, excavations and groundworks. A highly attractive day rate (contract) is on offer, along with security of work given the company has a clear and defined commitment to continued profitable growth, and an abundance of forthcoming projects to be delivered
Apply
This challenging and exciting opportunity requires an individual with a demonstrable track record in project management within the specialist civil or ground engineering, earthworks, deep drainage or groundworks sectors. Role Purpose Due to continued expansion, an abundant pipeline of works, and the recent award of a number of significant contracts, our client is now looking to appoint an experienced Project Manager responsible for the delivery of a particularly challenging and complex remediation, specialist civil engineering and deep drainage project in the North East. The Project Manager will ensure that all company and client requirements are met, and the project is completed safely, on time and within budget. You will be responsible for organising and managing the various professional teams working on this project, ensuring all quality and HSE standards are met, whilst also monitoring sub-contractors and taking financial responsibility for the works. This pivotal role will report into the Operations Manager and will provide natural progression through follow on contracts upon the successful completion of this initial scheme. The Role * Project management and delivery at all stages of the process, from initial mobilisation through to practical completion on site and final account submission * Liaison with internal and external stakeholders, developing strong relationships and ensuring that all parties are fully informed of project progress and / or any possible deviations, so as to avoid conflicts and disputes, by providing accurate and timely information, reports and pre-agreements to any changes * Resourcing of subcontractors and internal personnel to meet project delivery dates * Overseeing and managing a sizeable team of experienced professionals assigned to the contract * Liaison with Site Managers, Engineers and Agents to ensure any required support is given to achieve all project KPI's and client drivers * Ensuring that statutory / legislative requirements are met with regards RAMS, CDM and HSE responsibilities * Project financial control from initial stages to final payment, ensuring all costs are captured * Completion of all sign off documentation and ownership of project files * Minimise project risks, initiate corrective actions when required and provide project reports to the Operations Manager for all contract deliverables * Developing and implementing a management plan and programme for the project * Leading and motivating a sizeable project delivery team, and monitoring progress against plan / programme * Managing project budgets with the commercial lead, and maintaining communications with stakeholders and the organisation overall The Person * Educated to a tertiary level and possessing demonstrable project management experience with schemes in the specialist civil or ground engineering arena, which could include remediation, groundworks, earthworks or deep drainage etc * Advanced client facing, liaison and communication skills * Able to interpret and understand technical drawings and designs to instruct works on site * Computer literate in Microsoft Word and Excel is essential * Excellent project planning, programming and organisational abilities * Proactive and skilled at working beneficially with colleagues * Knowledge with the NEC form of contract Our Client Our client is a division of major construction group, specialising in providing specialist civil engineering, early involvement and enabling works contracting services to a wide variety of sectors, clients and project applications, with their offering including remediation solutions for brownfield sites, to enable development or the management of environmental issues. The company offers a range of sustainable services, including various design aspects, waste classification and management, soil stabilisation, remediation, groundwater treatment, drainage, piling and foundations techniques, earthworks, excavations and groundworks. A highly attractive day rate (contract) is on offer, along with security of work given the company has a clear and defined commitment to continued profitable growth, and an abundance of forthcoming projects to be delivered
Apply
  • £8.38/hour Amazing benefits
Customer Team Member (Customer Assistant) Location: 1 Queen Street, Amble, NE65 0BX Pay: £8.38 per hour & amazing benefits Contract: 16 hours per week + regular overtime, part time 6 months Fixed Term Contract No experience needed as full training given Working pattern: Various shifts available between 6am and 10pm Working as a customer assistant is more than stacking the shelves. Our stores are a huge part of the community and everything you do will be focused on providing a great service to our customers and members. Whether that’s working early mornings in our in-store bakery, during the day on the shop floor, or working late evenings to help close the store, every customer assistant can expect to do something different every day. What you’ll do as a customer assistant: • deliver friendly and helpful customer service • take time to listen and confidently resolve customer queries • prepare, present and handle all store products (including packaged meat and age-restricted items) • make sure the shop always looks its best by keeping it clean and tidy • work in a fast paced environment on different tasks throughout the day • promote Co-op membership and make a difference in your community Being a customer assistant would suit people who have: • a real passion for customer service • great communications and listening skills • the ability to work as a team and achieve team and individual goals • an enthusiastic approach to work and a willingness to support your colleagues when the store gets busier • the flexibility to work a range of shifts to support the opening times of the store Why Co-op? As a Co-op colleague you’ll do work that matters in an organisation where principles are just as important as profits. You’ll also get a package that includes: • a competitive rate of pay including an increase after 6 months • premium rates for any hours worked before 6am or after 10pm and if you work on a public holiday (not including bank holidays) • flexible working times, as well as regular overtime • 10% discounts on all food products, including 20% on own brand at payday weekend • discounts on other Co-op products and services • a pension with up to 10% employer contributions Building an inclusive workplace We’re actively building diverse teams and welcome applications from everyone. But simply having a diverse workforce is not enough. We want to build an inclusive environment, where everyone can contribute their best work and develop to their full potential. We celebrate our differences, and recognise the importance of our teams reflecting the communities they serve. As a convenience retailer, our stores are open for when our customers need us, so we need candidates to be flexible of when they’re willing to work. At interview, we’ll ask you to provide additional times for when you can work during the week, we call this preferred availability and will help make sure our stores are always fully staffed for our customers and members. As part of your application you’ll need to complete an online assessment. It will take you around 20 minutes to complete this test
Apply
  • £44.00 - £47.00/hour + negotiable
Spencer Clarke Group are currently recruiting for Senior Highway Engineers to work in the Bradford area. A local authority based in Bradford has fantastic opportunity's for Senior Highway Engineers to work with them. Ideally you will have : Experience in all aspects of the design of complex urban highway and junction improvement schemes Sound knowledge of DMRB and MCHW BOQ preparation and scheme estimates Drafting of project specifications and contract documents Public consultation and engagement processes The purpose of the project is : to improve the junction of the A658 Harrogate Road and the A657 New Line. The Scheme will involve major civil engineering works, including – Substantial widening of the existing highway on all four arms of the Junction. Replacement and upgrading of the Junction traffic signals. P-Loop Junction', a new length of highway that would facilitate left and right vehicle turning manoeuvres from Harrogate Road. Improvements to facilities for pedestrians including the provision of pedestrian controlled crossings and central pedestrian islands. Improvements to facilities for cyclists including the introduction of cycle lanes and advance stop lines at traffic signals. Demolition of 3no properties Demolition and reconstruction on new alignments of retaining wall features adjacent to the A657. Closure of existing Farm Foods Supermarket`s store highway access and construction of a new access. Accommodation works to affected land and properties New and replacement planting and landscaping in multiple locations Road lighting improvements. Relocation of five bus stops. Significant diversions of statutory undertaker’s plant and services. The Scheme requires widening of the existing highway into land currently owned by the Council and private landowners. If you are interested in the role please email your CV to cw@spencerclarkegroup or call Chris on (phone number removed)
Apply
  • £110 - £170/day
English Teacher Secondary English Teacher required – September 2019 – Bolton £110 - £170 per day This exciting Secondary English Teacher position available for an initial 12-month position is the perfect opportunity to join a traditional and desirable secondary school in the Bolton area. Are you a lover of the English language? As a passionate English Teacher are you able to foster a love of literature among young people? The school are looking for a passionate and highly motivated teacher to join their sizeable English department. The large department means that there are many opportunities to support each other and share resources as well as utilising a specialist English intervention teacher. The successful candidate will be required to teach KS3 and KS4 English 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 Ofsted 'Good' school has a proud tradition of providing students with a forward thinking and nurturing learning environment. Through high quality teaching and learning, pastoral care and a wide range of opportunities for enrichment the school aims to raise aspirations, deliver successful results and develop young people into well rounded, caring citizens. When visited by Ofsted one inspector commented ‘the school has developed a strong culture of progress and achievement, where students are keen to learn and succeed’. Teachers of all experience levels will be considered for the role, including NQTs To be considered for this English Teacher role you should have: Recognised teaching qualification PGCE or equivalent (QTS). The ability to quickly build positive relationships with both staff and students. Strong subject knowledge of the English 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 £110 to £170 per day (AWR Compliant). 24/7 support and feedback from experienced education consultants. Exposure and networking opportunities to associated schools. Claim up to £150 worth of vouchers with each referral of a teacher or NQT. 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
Apply
QSW- Childrens Duty and Assessment - Bradford We require an experienced Qualified Social Worker to work within an Adoption team based within Bradford. To be successful for this role, you are required to have a minimum of 2 years recent Social Work experience of working within a Front Door Childrens Services Team. The successful Social Worker will have experience of: Completing adoption assessments Special guardianship assessments Taking cases to panel Family finding Assessing prospective carers Writing reports To apply for this role you must have: A relevant Social Work qualification (BA/MA Social Work/DipSW or equivalent) Previous Adoption Experience Be HCPC Registered Be eligible to work within the UK Rate is £29.28 PH on a 3 month contract 4Recruitment Services is a specialist recruitment agency for Qualified Social Workers and care professionals. We offer: An excellent referral scheme of £250 for each successfully placed referral Training opportunities and professional development One on one specialist Social Work consultant care based within your geographical area 4Recruitment Services Employee Benefits Programme Recruitment is done in line with safe recruitment practices. 4Recruitment Services is an equal opportunities employer. To discuss this vacancy or other Social Work vacancies in your area please contact Ben Smith on (phone number removed)
Apply
Discipline: Pipe Fabricator / Welder Location: Newcastle Rate of Pay: £20.00/hr Start date: ASAP Duration: 2-3 months The Client: A leading mechanical and electrical company who specialise in new build and maintenance projects on power generation and water treatment sites nationwide The Role: Our client has a requirement for additional Pipe Fabricators and Coded Welders on a water treatment site in Newcastle. Duties will include: * Working from isometric drawings * Measuring, cutting, bending and tacking up thin wall stainless steel pipework, from 25mm - 150mm diameter * Welding stainless steel pipework using TIG processes Requirements: * CSCS card * EUSR card * Current TIG weld codings About Us: Integrate Engineering Resources Ltd provides a dedicated recruitment service to the Engineering Construction sector. Our specialist recruitment activities range across all areas and include the appointment of all levels of professional into the Major Projects, CHP, Anaerobic Digestion, Combined Cycle Gas Turbine, Nuclear, Biomass, Energy from Waste and Wind industries throughout the UK and worldwide. To Apply: Please forward across a copy of your CV and one of the team will be in contact
Apply