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  • £130 - £135/day weekend & overtime available
CSCS Roofer Required Job Type: Contract Start date: Immediate Industry: Building & Construction Location: Cannock Salary: GBP 130 - GBP 135 per day. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ JOB DESCRIPTION: Our client is looking for an experienced and hardworking Roofer to join them on a project based in Cannock. You will be working on a new build development which is within the town and should be accessible by public transport, though does also have parking if required. The contract is on a temporary basis, with potential for ongoing work; working hours being 8am-6pm, Monday-Friday, with the option to work overtime at the weekends. Daily responsibilities will include: Laying concrete tiles Lathing & felting Any other works as directed by the site team Requirements for the role A valid CSCS card Site safety plus The ability to perform physical manual labour Own PPE - High vis vest, safety glasses, gloves, dust mask and hard hat can be provided by Daniel Owen Own tools required Daniel Owen are a recruitment company that specialise in placing people within the construction, engineering, rail & maintenance industries. We are currently recruiting on behalf of a large nationwide construction company that specialises in new build and refurbishment projects REGION123
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JustPhysio are looking to recruit a HCPC registered Band 6 MSK locum Physiotherapist based in Staffordshire to start immediately for a duration of two weeks. This role is part time working three days per week. It is essential that the successful candidate has two years post grad experience. Specialty: MSK Start date: ASAP End date: 01/11/2019 Pay rate: £21-£24 p/h (UMBRELLA) HCPC Registered JustPhysio are a leading specialist recruitment provider with over 15 years' experience of servicing the UK healthcare jobs market. With access to 100's of new jobs daily, we're confident we can find the right job for you! We are firm believers in providing not only the right job, but also ensuring that talented individuals are paid accordingly for their expertise. Our pay rates are therefore very attractive and are supplemented by a range of additional benefits. Which include: -A dedicated one to one service -Fast track registration process -Excellent rates of pay -Assistance with travel and accommodation -Weekly pay - on time, every time -Access to exclusive NHS and Private sector jobs -No Registration Fee! -Reimbursed DBS -Free online training available -Nationwide physiotherapy job opportunities Not available for this position Why not recommend a friend or colleague and earn a £250 referral bonus on successful placement (terms and qualifying period apply), OR please feel free to call us to discuss your own personal requirements in more detail
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  • £18.39/annum
DO YOU WANT TO WORK IN RAIL? DO YOU HAVE A MECHANICAL BACKGROUND? THEN READ BELOW! Job title: Mechanical Modification Technician Job location:Burton-On-Trent Hourly pay rate:£18.39Ltd (Days) - £22.19 Ltd (Nights) Shifts:Various must be flexible Hours per week:Average 40 hours per week Duration:On-going contract Start date:ASAP Industries considered:RAF, REME, Army, Navy, Marine, Avionics, Rolling Stock, Commercial/Industrial Electrics, Defence, Plant Engineering, SPM, HVAC, and Process Engineering Disciplines considered:Diesel Engine Fitter, Mechanical Engineer, Mechanic, Avionic Technician, Aircraft Engineer, Marine Engineer, Maintenance Fitter, and Breakdown Engineer Company Summary: They are a global leader in Rolling Stock vehicle manufacturing, service and maintenance. Position Summary: This position will be completing fault diagnosis and rectification of Class 220 & 221 rolling stock. You will be expected to complete routine maintenance from written work instruction, including Mechanical Examinations on Rolling Stock. You will also specifically work on maintenance and modifications of Heavy Diesel engines. This is a Safety Critical position and is a requirement against the Service Agreement (SA). This position is the key focal point for the safe and reliable running of the fleet. The position is based on a busy maintenance depot and all applicants would be expected to complete the following: *Complete Diesel engine repairs *Work from written instruction (VMI) *Work from Mechanical Engineering drawings, working to specific measurements *Replacing mechanical components to correspond to engineering drawings *Routine fleet checks ensuring that the Fleet are operated safely *Work flexibly with a maintenance team Heavy maintenance/Overhaul on Cross Country 220/221 and Virgin West Coast 221 such as: Bogie exchange Caliper change Axle changes Traction motors Carden shafts Power pack drop (Engine) Compressors Air dryers Fuel tanks Excitations [PIMS] Permanent and Auto couplers TPCU Cab changes Full door changes Seats Floor renewal Toilet tank exchange (Alongside TBM) Fresh water tanks Mechanical Mods Sander Mod on the Virgin West Coasts and a various door chain (Wire rail) Mod on the Cross Countries completed via technical drawing, followed up with testing Various maintenance visits such as compressor oil changes, air dryer pressure valve, final drive oil sampling and changes and brake pad checks and changes Person Profile/Experience: No previous rail experience required as we will consider applicants that have worked on any of the following, but you must have Mechanical Maintenance or Diesel Engine experience. Diesel Engine Fitter, Avionics (commercial), HVAC, Process Engineering, Production Plants, Mechanic, Automotive - Routine Maintenance on Cars/ Trucks/ HGV, Defence - Routine Maintenance on Submarines / Ships / Aircraft, EX Forces Mechanical Engineer - Routine Maintenance on Aircraft/ helicopters/ HGV (REME, RAF, Navy) Qualifications: NVQ or City & Guilds Level 3 in a Mechanical discipline
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We have an exciting opportunity for a Campaigns Officer to join our client's offices based in Stafford on a temporary contract basis for 12 months with the possibility of an extension. The client is looking for someone to start ASAP, working full time, 37 hours per week at £160 per day PAYE. As the Campaigns Officer, your main duties will include: Contribute to integrated SSSCB communications campaigns and content production which support key Board priorities and are agreed as part of the Communications Planning process. Advise senior members and managers on using internal and external communications channels & tools, which are consistent with Board priorities, objectives and communication standards. Work as part of a team and with all partners on the delivery of on-line and off-line media relations work for the Board Support the development of systems and products to ensure effective two-way communications with the wider children's workforce Provide marketing and communications advice to Board Members, partner departments, commissioners and children and their families on a range of communications issues. Assist in the implementation of communications planning via participation and assisting to develop Board standards. Develop and produce communications materials including digital content, copy-writing, proof-reading and internal and external organisations. Help plan and deliver external, partner and internal communications events e.g. Conferences, events, focus groups. Utilise and contribute to the ongoing development of planning, evaluation and reporting tools e.g. Newsletters, briefings, guides and podcasts etc. Carry out/co-ordinate research to support the development and evaluation of communications campaigns. Use audience databases to support the effective planning, implementation and evaluation of activities. Carry out targeted social media and digital communications activities, as appropriate, to support communications campaigns. Undertake various other tasks and duties appropriate to the grading and responsibility of the post as required. The nature of the work may involve the post-holder carrying out work outside normal working hours. The post-holder may be required to attend, from time to time, training courses, conferences, seminars or other meetings as required by his/her own training needs and the needs of the service. To be successful for this Campaigns Officer post you will need to have: Educated to degree level, or equivalent level of relevant equivalent experience. A qualification from a relevant recognised professional body A minimum of 2 years of work experience in a communications or marketing environment Demonstrable experience of delivering successful campaigns and content under pressure within deadlines. Demonstrable experience of research-based communications and using a range of evaluation techniques. Understanding of current affairs and local government issues. Understanding of the role of marketing and communications in a large, complex, diverse, public sector organisation Designing, delivering and evaluating communications campaigns and promotions. Knowledge of a range of marketing tools and techniques. Knowledge of a range of market research tools and techniques. Understanding of creative and production processes. Event planning, development and delivery. Evaluation techniques.121 Jobs is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy
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  • £160 - £195/day PAYE/UMBRELLA
A 12 months+ contract opportunity for a Media and Marketing Communications Manager / Campaigns Officer has arisen with the local authorities in Stafford. Main Duties: Contribute to integrated SSSCB communications campaigns and content production which support key Board priorities and are agreed as part of the Communications Planning process. Advise senior members and managers on using internal and external communications channels & tools. Support the development of systems and products to ensure effective two-way communications with the wider children's workforce. Provide marketing and communications advice to Board Members, partner departments, commissioners and children and their families on a range of communications issues. Develop and produce communications materials including digital content, copy-writing, proof-reading and internal and external organisations. Carry out targeted social media and digital communications activities, as appropriate, to support communications campaigns. Skills and Experience: Educated to degree level, or equivalent level of relevant equivalent experience. A minimum of 2 years of work experience in a communications or marketing environment. Demonstrable experience of delivering successful campaigns and content under pressure within deadlines. Understanding of the role of marketing and communications in a large, complex, diverse, public sector organisation. Media knowledge/experience.Hours of work are 9am till 5pm, 37 hours per week, Monday to Friday. To apply please send your CV or email for more information
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Our client is seeking a Digital Media & Marketing Officer on an initial 12 Month contract with the possibility of an extension. Working Hours and Pay Rate: Monday - Friday, 09:00 - 17:00. At a pay rate of £160 Per Day PAYE Job Purpose: Maximise the achievement of better outcomes for families in Staffordshire using all available resources, effectively and efficiently. Support safer, healthier, thriving children whose needs are met within their families and communities where it is safe to do so, reducing the need for a higher cost, complex interventions. Provide high-quality statutory Children's Service (Staffordshire County Council's children's services are currently rated as "Good" by Ofsted) that only works with those children and families who require this specialist level of intervention.Duties and Responsibilities: Contribute to integrated SSSCB communications campaigns and content production which support key Board priorities and are agreed as part of the Communications Planning process. Advise senior members and managers on using internal and external communications channels & tools, which are consistent with Board priorities, objectives and communication standards. Work as part of a team and with all partners on the delivery of on-line and off-line media relations work for the Board Support the development of systems and products to ensure effective two-way communications with the wider children's workforce Provide marketing and communications advice to Board Members, partner departments, commissioners and children and their families on a range of communications issues. Assist in the implementation of communications planning via participation and assisting to develop Board standards. Develop and produce communications materials including digital content, copy-writing, proof-reading and internal and external organisations. Help plan and deliver external, partner and internal communications events e.g. Conferences, events, focus groups. Utilise and contribute to the ongoing development of planning, evaluation and reporting tools e.g. Newsletters, briefings, guides and podcasts etc. Carry out/co-ordinate research to support the development and evaluation of communications campaigns. Use audience databases to support the effective planning, implementation and evaluation of activities. Carry out targeted social media and digital communications activities, as appropriate, to support communications campaigns.Skills and Experience: Educated to degree level, or equivalent level of relevant equivalent experience. A qualification from a relevant recognised professional body A minimum of 2 years of work experience in a communications or marketing environment Demonstrable experience of delivering successful campaigns and content under pressure within deadlines. Demonstrable experience of research-based communications and using a range of evaluation techniques. Understanding of current affairs and local government issues. Understanding of the role of marketing and communications in a large, complex, diverse, public sector organisation Designing, delivering and evaluating communications campaigns and promotions. Knowledge of a range of marketing tools and techniques. Knowledge of a range of market research tools and techniques. Understanding of creative and production processes. Event planning, development and delivery. Evaluation techniques.121 Jobs is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy
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  • £9.50 - £10.50/hour
We have an exciting opportunity for an Admin Officer to join our client's offices based in Stafford on a temporary contract basis for 12 months with the possibility of an extension. The client is looking for someone to start ASAP, working part-time, 18.5 hours per week at £9.50 p/h PAYE. As the Admin Officer, your main duties will include: To maintain a number of SSSCB Senior Managers' diaries, arrange meetings, make appointments and deal with telephone enquiries, as appropriate, acting as a point of contact in the absence of the Board Manager. To service various formal SSSCB meetings, including; organising venues, issuing invites and minute taking, the production of accurate records and the distribution of reports within agreed timescales. The production of documents to a high standard of accuracy and presentation using the software provided. This will include the production of letters, reports, tables, presentations and publications. To organise conferences, events, seminars and exhibitions as requested. Assistance with the maintenance and monitoring of budgets held by the Board Managers. Processing day to day financial transactions within the office, in accordance with financial regulations, including receipt of payment of cash, placing of orders, ensuring payment of accounts through the County Council Finance and Procurement System (SAP). To provide direct administrative assistance and support to the Board and any nominated senior officers including research, production of reports and statistical summaries, actioning decisions and disseminating information. To use, maintain and monitor extensive and varied Departmental IT facilities including computer-based information systems for input, retrieval and analysis of data, use of office email and intra/internet facilities. To maintain SSSCB records, IT-based and manual in accordance with the Staffordshire County Council Records Management policy ensuring compliance with policies on case recording, filing retention and destruction To be successful for this Admin Officer post you will need to have: GCSE English or equivalent NVQ 3 in Business Administration or equivalent An IT qualification equivalent to the competency level of ECDL/CLAIT etc Two years' experience in using computer-based information system Two years' experience using Microsoft Office or equivalent software package Two years' experience of office procedures, systems and equipment Working within a team, preferably in an office environment Working with internal/external customers to provide a quality service Experience in minute taking/notes of meetings Understanding of the principles of good budget management Understanding of the principles of providing a good quality service Knowledge of Health & Safety legislation relevant to an office environment Understanding of the Directorate and its role in the community Understanding of the services provided by other agencies appropriate to service users121 Jobs is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy
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  • £10.03/annum
JOB TITLE: Traincare Operative JOB LOCATION: Barton-under-Needwood HOURLY RATE:£10.03 PAYE (Overtime £12.54 PAYE) HOURS PER WEEK:Average 40 hours per week SHIFTS:Nights SHIFTS:4 on 2 off HOLIDAY ENTITLEMENT:33 Days per years DURATION:Ongoing Company Summary: Are a global leader in Rolling Stock vehicle manufacturing, service and maintenance. Manufacturing and servicing trains for the new Crossrail line on the world renowned London Underground as well as many other projects. Position Summary: You will be working as part of a team maintaining train cleanliness and preparing the trains for their next days service overnight at an operational depot in Barton-under-Needwood. The position is based on a busy Rail depot and all applicants would be expected to complete the following: *Physical cleaning including the roof of the Trains and other exterior *Complete cleaning with various chemicals and cleaning liquids *Manual labour *Complete Bio-Cleans *Work within a safety critical environment *Internally and externally clean trains *Report any maintenance for fleets to go out into service at required standard *Radio communication/ point of contact for team leaders *Train staff to complete service/ heavy cleans to highest possible standard. *Bio cleans/ fatality cleaner - also trained other staff to complete this using correct chemicals and procedure *Underframe cleaning *Industrial carpet cleaning throughout fleet for Cross County and Virgin trains *Oxal cleaning on exterior for Arrow Solutions promotion *Diversity training *Manual handling *Health and safety *Chemical handling (COSHH regulations) Ideal applicants would have had some cleaning or heavy industry experience and previously worked nights. Due to the location of the work candidates must have their own transport and be able to work days & nights which will include working at the weekend. If you would like to be considered for this vacancy, please apply by sending an up to date CV by email to (url removed) PLEASE NOTE ALL APPLICANTS MUST BE ABLE TO PASS AN DRUGS AND ALCOHOL TEST BEFORE BEING OFFERED A POSITION. Please note due to the volume of applications, we can only commit to contact those candidates we deem suitable for the position. However, we may retain your details and contact you in the future should suitable positions arise
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Our client is looking to appoint an interim Procurement Manager. This role will work across a wide range of indirect categories. We are seeking strong category management experience across indirect spend ideally including IT spend. This is an immediate vacancy so we are seeking candidates available to start at short notice. Initial 3 month contract but likely to be extended due the volume of work. Day rate is c£400
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A carpenter is required for a new build commercial project just outside of Burton-On-Trent. Duties are to involve both first and second fix works. This contract is for the next 12 weeks, hours of work are 8am-4.30pm Monday to Friday. You must have a CSCS card and be immediately available. Call Hayley Randle at Fusion People in the Birmingham office. --- 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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