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  • Rising to £29,352 over four years


• Location: Flexible within North West Wales

• Grade & Salary: G4, £25,828 rising to £29,352 over four years

• Post number: 202680

• Type of contract: Fixed Term Contract until 31 March 2021

• Work pattern: Full time, 37 hours

Closing date: 22 November 2020

Benefits: Civil Service pension, 28 days annual leave, rising to 33 days over 5 years, flexible working options, occupational health including counselling and advisory services and eye care, childcare vouchers and salary sacrifice schemes.

Role Purpose

We are looking for an enthusiastic individual to join our team as an Environmental Data Collection Officer for northwest Wales. You would work as part of the NW Wales Environmental Assessment and Advice Team. We provide multifunctional advice and monitoring across NW Wales. This post will focus on delivery in the field across Gwynedd. You will be confident about working outdoors in different field environments, weather conditions, and sometimes in remote locations, and you will be comfortable working in water to carry out data collection and survey work. This varied role, based in the field, includes:

• Collect routine water quality samples in rivers, lakes and bathing waters.

• Ecological kick-sampling to detect invertebrates and diatoms.

• Terrestrial monitoring support.

• Drive from site to site, including some routes when a 4x4 vehicle is required.

• Use technology to collect data in the field with a hand held meter and input data on a tablet device.

• Operating equipment such as data sondes and passive sampling equipment in a river.

The data collected by our team are used to report against statutory requirements and are key evidence used by Place Teams in Wales, to inform their decisions and actions in the sustainable management of our natural resources.

Qualifications and Skills

Carry out survey work and data collection, in order to help deliver our monitoring programmes as part of the business plan and environmental outcomes.

Be familiar with current laboratory procedures and data entry requirement, and upload data directly to the laboratory databases.

Support EAO in scheduling their own and team members sampling on LIMS.

Provide good quality data via field sampling and undertake initial data quality assurance in the field.

Help support colleagues in developing and maintaining skills for specific sampling techniques.

Train and supervise seasonal assistants to deliver annual sampling work.

Be able to lead small team of staff in delivering operational sampling e.g. electrofishing Officer in Charge.

Interpret and implement basic scientific and technical procedures and principles in an integrated way to ensure monitoring activities are carried out to the required standards.

Provide sampling advice and support to other monitoring staff; test and apply improved sampling techniques / technologies.

Support investigations, identify concerns and respond to the team/other functions, in line with our own policies, to support positive environmental outcomes.

Maintain specialist sampling equipment.

For more information please visit our website.

  • £500.00 - £700.00

You will be part of a SOC team providing monitoring of SIEM systems, managed Firewall and IPS services. working for a large global company.

  • Monitor SIEM systems
  • Investigate complex security events and alerts
  • Monitor Threat Intelligence
  • Managed Firewalls and IPS systems
  • Research Threats and Vulnerabilities
  • Produce Monthly Reports

Who are we looking for?

A Cyber Security Analyst, ideally in a telecoms/ISP environment

  • Ability to interpret logs and events and identify patterns of behavior
  • Incident response co-ordination
  • SIEM Experience: Huntsman, ArcSight, Splunk
  • IT and Network Security - Windows, Linux, Firewalls, IPS, Security Appliances
  • Ability to hold and maintain a high level of security clearance
  • For more information please contact Charlie Goldsmith via (see below)

We are looking for labourer and multi skilled labourer for our new project in West End. The project is 6-12 months and the starting date is ASAP.

Job description;

To undertake works in connection with assisting a fully skilled plasterer/multi - skilled tradesperson. Including all preparation work in providing this service, eg, mixing up etc., other duties will include helping the tradesperson with brickwork, roofing, ceramic tiling, general labouring etc.

CSCS is required and the payment is weekly.

World Leading Global Energy Trading Company has an exciting 12 month initial contract opportunity for a Contracts Coordinator/Confirmations Analyst, Back Office Analyst, Trade Validations within the Confirmation & Transaction Reporting team that supports the Energy Europe & Environmental products trading organisation. Must be fluent Spanish Speaker.

They provide businesses with advanced and high-value solutions for energy assets and commodities, including natural gas, power and CO2, across a broad range of European markets.

*The role of the Contracts Coordinator requires the individual to work closely with the Commercial Advisors, the Commercial teams, Legal department, Finance departments, and is focused on the European gas, power and environmental products markets in initially delivering the following:

*Check of Trader recaps against the system of record to ensure accuracy of the deal capture.
*Reconcile all Broker Recaps against the system of record to ensure accuracy.
*Draft (whether automatically through STP tools or manually) and ensure timely dispatch of all Counterparty Confirmations.
*Receive and reconcile all Counterparty Confirmations.
*Chase outstanding and overdue Recaps and Confirmations to ensure receipt within contractual deadlines.
*Monitor electronic Confirmations (both Broker and Counterparty) for failures and resolve through to successful match.
*Ensure compliance at all times with the Global Contracts Policy Statements and relevant SOX Controls.

The Candidate:
*Fluent Spanish Speaker
*Previous working knowledge of gas/power/emissions/derivatives and Confirmations in a trading environment preferable.
*Ability to absorb technical information quickly and apply the information effectively in practice.
*High level of attention to accuracy and detail and timeliness of delivery.
*Experience in maintaining internal procedure documents.

This needs combining with a positive attitude and an ability to work within a large, globally dispersed project team in a multi-cultural environment. You also need to be a self-starter, a logical thinker and a quick learner, with strong initiative and excellent communication, interpersonal and presentation skills, able to write clearly and concisely.

We believe in equality of opportunity for all job applicants regardless of gender, marital status, race, colour, nationality, ethnic origin, creed or religion, disability, sexual orientation or age.

Specialising within Energy Trading, Oil & Gas, Financial Markets and TV & Entertainment, Eaglecliff Recruitment is ISO accredited, a Member of REC and listed within the top 4% for Financial stability by Dun & Bradstreet. Please telephone for an immediate response or email your CV for a reply within one hour. Eaglecliff Ltd is acting in the capacity of an employment agency for permanent recruitment and an employment business for contractor resourcing
  • Rising to £37,656 over four years


Senior Officer Land Management

• Location: North West Wales

• Grade & Salary: G6, £34,427 rising to £37,656 over four years

• Post number: 200117

• Type of contract: Fixed Term appointment for 12 months

• Work pattern: full time

Closing date: 8th November 2020

Benefits: Civil Service pension, 28 days annual leave, rising to 33 days over 5 years, flexible working options, occupational health including counselling and advisory services and eye care, childcare vouchers and salary sacrifice schemes.

Role Purpose

You will be an integral member of the Land Management Team in North West Area with lead responsibility for all aspects of Land Management across the WGWE at Gwydyr and Coed y Brenin forest blocks. To include budget management, contract management, health and safety, stakeholder liaison and conservation and heritage work including Conservation and Heritage coupe plans. A detailed knowledge of woodland management and conservation and heritages essential for the post as is the ability to work with other Teams on our own land such as Recreation and Forest Ops Teams.

Qualifications and Skills

• Experience of working across a wide range of land management disciplines.

• Extensive knowledge and experience of conservation management, designated sites, and all aspects of forest practise, including land liabilities.

• Knowledge of sustainable forest management, UKWAS and forest certification schemes.

• Coaching and mentoring skills.

• Experience of community liaison and public engagement activities.

• Ability to communicate effectively with regulated business and the public, explaining complex issues and gaining support by influencing.

For more information please visit our website.

  • Rising to £37,656 over four years


Specialist Advisor: Sustainable Water (Water & Brexit)

• Location: Flexible

• Grade & Salary: Grade 6, £34,427 rising to £37,656 over four years

• P ost number: 202675

• Type of contract: Fixed Term appointment for 2 years

• Work pattern: Full time (37 hours)

Closing date: 1st November 2020

Benefits: Civil Service pension, 28 days annual leave, rising to 33 days over 5 years, flexible working options, occupational health including counselling and advisory services and eye care, childcare vouchers and salary sacrifice schemes.

Role Purpose

If you have a proven track record within water policy, are an organised, conscientious and hardworking individual who has a very good technical understanding on a wide range of water policy matters, enjoy dealing with complex issues and sharing your knowledge with others and are an excellent team player, then we've got the job for you!

As a Specialist Advisor: Sustainable Water (Water & Brexit) you would join a team responsible for providing specialist lead/support on integrated water planning. The focus for this role is on the water aspects of the EU Exit, working closely with and supporting the Lead Specialist Advisor: Water Quality and Brexit. You will contribute to NRW's EU Response Programme, supporting our understanding and management of risks, impacts and opportunities for NRW from the EU Exit in the short, medium and long-term.

The role will also support on the wider work of the team including River Basin Management Planning, giving water policy advice and/or water company planning. The post holder will work with colleagues from other teams in the Evidence Policy and Permitting and Operations Directorates, Welsh Government and sector representatives. The location is flexible within Wales. If this sounds like you apply now!

Qualifications and Skills

• Educated to degree level or equivalent in a relevant scientific discipline or have a proven track record in water policy area

• An in-depth understanding of the relevant legislation and how it relates to water policy

• Experience of assessing and interpreting complex water quality data

• Project management experience

• Strong customer focussed approach to giving policy advice

• Experience of software packages such as excel and PowerPoint

For more information please visit our website.


AML investigations Team Lead.

Key Words: AML, Anti money Laundering, KYC, know your client, Know your customer, team lead, TL, Manager, Management, Team Manager, Compliance, Operations, Finance, Project, Contract, Scotland, Edinburgh

The services team are currently working with a global client in Edinburgh that is looking for someone to join their project as a Team Lead.

This opportunity will give you a chance to lead a team of 10/14 people in a 6-month project and face off to senior stakeholder.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Manage huddles, Meetings, 1-2-1's with consultants
  • Support the team with knowledge.
  • Keep up moral and ensure targets are met.

Required skills:

  • A minimum of 18 months experience in a team lead position.
  • Manage a team of 10 or more people
  • Have knowledge or experience working in compliance/AML/KYC before.

If you are interested in applying for this position then please share you most updated CV.

Trading as Aston Carter. Allegis Group Limited, Bracknell, United Kingdom. No. . Aston Carter is a company within the Allegis Group network of companies (collectively referred to as "Allegis Group"). Aerotek, Aston Carter, EASi, Talentis Solutions, TEKsystems, Stamford Consultants and The Stamford Group are Allegis Group brands. If you apply, your personal data will be processed as described in the Allegis Group Online Privacy Notice available on the website.

To access our Online Privacy Notice, which explains what information we may collect, use, share, and store about you, and describes your rights and choices about this, please go to the website.

We are part of a global network of companies and as a result, the personal data you provide will be shared within Allegis Group and transferred and processed outside the UK, Switzerland and European Economic Area subject to the protections described in the Allegis Group Online Privacy Notice. We store personal data in the UK, EEA, Switzerland and the USA. If you would like to exercise your privacy rights, please visit the "Contacting Us" section of our Online Privacy Notice on the website for details on how to contact us. To protect your privacy and security, we may take steps to verify your identity, such as a password and user ID if there is an account associated with your request, or identifying information such as your address or date of birth, before proceeding with your request. If you are resident in the UK, EEA or Switzerland, we will process any access request you make in accordance with our commitments under the UK Data Protection Act, EU-U.S. Privacy Shield or the Swiss-U.S. Privacy Shield.


Cyber Security Asset Management Consultant (Threat and Vulnerability)

Leading Retail firm require a Cyber Security Consultant to be responsible for the oversight of security asset management and how it relates to the overall vulnerability management process for the company.

The Cyber Security Asset Management consultant will have the following experience:

Design and implement new, repeatable processes for security asset management. This includes the following:

  • Federation/synchronization with tools such as Active Directory, Nessus/Qualys scans, Netwitness, FW, BigFix, TrendMicro.
  • Federation/synchronization with ServiceNow.
  • Manage the security asset management platform (SAMP). This includes a good understanding of each underlying component and their interactions.
  • Undertake analysis of outdated platforms in order to swap all those possible to newest.
  • Provide oversight and challenge for the swap process.
  • Facilitate co-ordination between the multiple parties involved in the security assets management process, to achieve desired outcomes.
  • Excellent understanding of security asset management and vulnerability management.
  • Ability to co-ordinate with multiple teams, including stakeholders in other geographies. In particular, experience working with Infrastructure and IT service management functions.
  • Experience with outsourced IT and Security provision in offshore locations.
  • Process design and documentation skills (BPMNv2 notation preferred).

If interested, please do not hesitate to email me at (see below)


*Java 8/11* Spring Boot*TDD/BDD*Real Time programming*

Senior Java Developer (Spring Boot. Java 11, Agile TDD/BDD).

Amazing opportunity for a talented Java Developer to join a growing team within a hugely successful global FinTech. You'll be able to utilize and enhance your skills whilst working on the greenfield Project

As a Java Developer, you'll be joining a close-knit and Agile group of developers within the Technology team who are responsible for a wide-ranging suite of applications supporting a number of business areas. On a daily basis, you'll be collaborating with architects and technical specialists to help support and maintain the platform utilising technologies including Java 11, Spring Boot, & Microservices


  • Java 8 (11 is a plus)
  • Functional Programming in Java
  • Spring (Spring Boot is a plus)
  • Experience of Git usage (or similar)
  • Experience of Full BDD/Full TDD
  • Experience with Real Time programming/Real Time data distribution
  • Outside IR35

Senior QA Engineer | Java | Selenium | Government

Senior QA Engineer required by an award-winning consultancy to support a major digital transformation programme in the UK. Successful candidates will join a complex EU exit programme due to run long term using a wide range of cutting edge technologies.

Due to the nature of the role candidates will require SC clearance or eligibility to become cleared.

Experience required:

  • Demonstrable government/GDS project experience
  • Agile
  • Java
  • AWS
  • Selenium
  • Consultancy/client-facing experience
  • Excellent communication and stakeholder management skills

This is an urgent role offering an immediate start for suitable candidates - please apply for more details.