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I am working with a Local Authority in Worcestershire who are seeking a Housing Development Officer role to join the team. The main areas of work include the following; * Establishment of housing needs to support affordable housing delivery e.g. parish Need Surveys, Strategic Housing Market Assessment etc * Advice to developers and other partners in respect of needs for affordable housing * Advice on planning applications in respect of affordable housing mix and other requirements * Comments feeding into S106 legal agreements * Approval of applicants for discounted sales and fixed equity products The contract will be for a 3 month period with the potential to extend. If you are interested in this role, please apply below. If you have any questions, or would like to discuss any other opportunities in the South West, please call 02077669016 and ask for Georgia
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Working on behalf of clients I am looking for chefs and chef de parties for several busy ongoing contracts. Suitable candidates must have previous qualifications and experience . Many different shifts patterns available in Evesham , Kidderminster , Pershore, Gloucester , Bromsgrove and Worcester and we are offering excellent rates of pay. Many of our contracts are Permanent & temp to perm and may lead to permanent positions. Our contract roles have attractive benefits , holiday pay , pension and being able to decide when you work and how many hours a week. Excellent opportunities available with immediate starts In the first instance send your cv to (url removed) or for more information call Andrada or Ana (Apply online only)
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Many of our contracts are Permanent & temp to perm and may lead to permanent positions. Working on behalf of clients I am looking for chefs and chef de parties...
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This is an ongoing position and for the right person can result in a permanent contract. Pay rate begins at £7.83 but can go up if taken onto a contract and...
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WORCESTERSHIRE - WORCESTER - PROJECT MANAGER - PRINCE2 - 12 MONTH FIXED TERM CONTRACT - WEST MERCIA POLICE A strategic alliance has been formed between Warwickshire Police and West Mercia Police in order to enable both forces to meet the challenge of reducing policing budgets. By working more closely together the forces will benefit from greater operational and organisational resilience, making us the fourth largest geographic police area in England and Wales. The main purpose of the role is to manage projects, from initial concept to implementation, so they deliver the required outputs within budgetary and time constraints, and thereby achieve the outcomes and benefits required. To apply project management discipline and processes, including responsibility for project stakeholder engagement. Main Responsibilities: To compile business cases (in collaboration with senior stakeholders), including whole life costing analysis, ensuring briefs and feasibility proposals are developed in accordance with project aims and objectives, and Project Management Office standards. To responsibly manage project within budget, and project/programme parameters, being responsible for decisions on changes and subsequent alterations to the financial structure within project parameters. To identify and plan resource requirements both internal and external of the organisation. To manage, co-ordinate and direct resources assigned to projects on a day to day basis to deliver the projects objectives. To produce project specific programmes of work, continually monitor and update for reporting purposes, undertaking performance assessments and addressing issues and using corrective actions as necessary. To ensure benefits management is an integral part of a project from the outset, and that benefits are identified, planned and measured. To regularly report upon project progress to key stakeholders (programme manager, business leads etc), ensuring that issues are raised in a timely manner. To plan and initiative post implementation reviews, ensuring organisation learning is maintained for future continuous improvement and identify relevant training needs. To be responsible for stakeholder engagement and actively engage all key stakeholders in the delivery of projects, ensuring compliance with Home Office and other statutory guidance. To assess and manage project risks and issues, ensuring appropriate mitigating action is undertaken, including escalation if necessary. To liaise with consultants and contract resources as authorised in accordance with procurement policies and procedures and providing regular reports on all project matters to Business leads. To undertake other duties commensurate with the nature, level of responsibility and grading of this post, as required. Experience/Skills: Essential: PRINCE2 Foundation level or equivalent project management methodology qualification Desirable Possess or studying for PRINCE2 (or equivalent) Practitioner qualification or at least two years experience in a project manager role Educated to degree level or equivalent Experience: Experience of undertaking project management of projects of significant value Proven ability of running multiple projects, co-ordinating multi-disciplinary teams and achieving projects delivery within programme and budget Experience of managing teams of professional staff Significant, proven and demonstrable experience of whole project lifecycle, including implementation, in a complex environment Demonstrate experience of budgetary management Demonstrate a track record of building strong working relationships with a wide range of stakeholders – internal and external, e.g reporting bodies, senior management, suppliers and contractors Key Skills: Ability to interpret and extract information from a variety of sources, and create well presented, accurate, concise documentation, demonstrating attention to detail Demonstrate excellent negotiation, influencing and communication skills and all levels internal and external of the organisation Demonstrate excellent organisational/time management skills and the ability to work calmly and professionally under pressure Proficient in the use of Microsoft Office suite, including MS Project We want our organisation to be as diverse as the community it serves. We welcome applicants from all sections of the community. Candidates will be required as part of Warwickshire Police and West Mercia Police recruitment process to successfully complete vetting and credit checks. If you have the skills and experience to be successful in this role, please call Alice on (Apply online only) or email (url removed)
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  • £30.00 - £35.00/hour
Contract Design Engineer with machinery or conveyor systems experience? Â Used Inventor in the past or confident of getting up to speed with it in a reasonable time frame? Contract coming to an end or looking for a change? We are currently seeking a number of contract design engineers to join our busy engineering team. We work with a large range of multinational organisations who require automated systems and materials handling solutions for their production facilities. We need people who are comfortable attending site surveys then formulating 3D models and production drawings for our manufacturing team, then see the project through. Ideally you will know Inventor well, but if you know other 3D CAD packages and are happy to get yourself up to speed (We will help you as much as we can) then make sure you apply. Â If you feel this is of interest, its worth us having a chat to discuss the finer details. Click Apply Now or call Blair Stevenson @ Orions Reading office Orion Electrotech Ltd acts as both an Employment Business and Employment Agency and complies with the Conduct of Employment Agencies and Employment Businesses Regulations Act 2003
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  • £21.00 - £25.00/hour
Pipe Welder Up to £25ph Scarborough Contract Work PIPE WELDERS required for contract work based in Scarborough to start IMMEDIATELY. The ideal candidate will meet the following: Experienced TIG Pipe Welder Hold current weld codings for Carbon and stainless steel Setting up and fitting pipe work. Welding pipe work to high standards using mainly TIG and Stick. Experience within chemical, food, pharmaceutical, oil and gas or plant rooms would be advantageous Experience in Sched pipe welding Ideally you will have own kit including weld plant, purging equipment and springs Up to £25ph (LTD) depending upon equipment and location 11 hour days Plenty of overtime available Ongoing work If this sounds like the role for you apply now! Encore Personnel is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy
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Job Coach / Employment Coach x 2 Kidderminster £25,390 per annum Up to 24 month contract (depending on start date) 40 hours per week (would consider part time or Job share) Our client is delighted to be a key partner in an innovative Worcestershire consortium who have been successful in securing over £3 million of Lottery and European Social Investment Funding – Building Better Opportunities. Worcestershire Building Better Opportunities has been shaped by the Worcestershire Local Enterprise Partnership, and the Big Lottery Fund is matching funds from the European Social Fund (ESF) (Apply online only) to invest in local projects tackling the root causes of poverty, promoting social inclusion and driving local jobs and growth. This success has come from the Worcestershire principal Housing Associations, Redditch Borough Housing and a range of specialist Voluntary Sector Organisations working together to establish the Fusion consortium. Fusion offers managing agents such as the European and UK Government a local solution for national programmes. To continue the successful delivery of the project our client is looking for a motivated, enthusiastic and experienced person to be a Building Better Opportunities Job Coach. You will work with our client and the wider Building Better Opportunities team to provide employment support to Building Better Opportunities participants. They are looking for an experienced person to work with people furthest from the labour market; who holds information, advice & guidance qualifications, has an understanding of the UK Welfare to Work Programme and has the ability to motivate and mentor learners facing social and economic barriers to sustained employment. You will also be required to increase the number of employment opportunities with potential employers and negotiate with them to offer work experience and interview opportunities for participants. Success will be measured in part by the number of participants you help secure and sustain paid employment. The successful candidate will be expected to manage their own caseload, have a positive attitude and be an effective communicator with participants, external partners and within all levels of the business. This post is a fixed term contract ending in December 2019 and will be funded by the Big Lottery and European Social Fund. This is a challenging post and will require you to be innovative. You will be part of a dedicated team that provides a high quality service and an organisation that is committed to valuing and supporting its employees and the local community. Due to the nature of this work, an enhanced DBS disclosure will be required for successful applicants
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Norse Contracting are looking to recruit a highly skilled Drainage Gang. The Gang will consist of a 360 Driver and 2x Ground workers, to do some Domestic Drainage on a site that we have in Redditch. The job is to start on a Monday, and will last for months if your gang gets on well. You will need all valid tickets and tools. Any queries, please contact me on (Apply online only) Kallum - Norse Contracting
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  • £38000 - £48000/annum + circa 10% bonus + benefits
Integration Portfolio Planning Lead Phoenix Group are currently going through an exciting period of growth. Over the last two years we have acquired AXA Wealth and Sun Life, Abbey Life and recently announced our intention to acquire Standard Life Assurance and create a new strategic partnership with Standard Life Aberdeen in a £2.93bn deal. We are currently looking for an Integration Portfolio Planning Lead to work on our integration portfolio of projects and programmes, to help shape the overall group moving forward. This exciting role can be based in either London or Birmingham and will require extensive to travel to both sites, as well as the Standard Life office in Edinburgh.  About the role This unique opportunity within Phoenix will help successful delivery of the Phoenix integration portfolio of projects and programmes by developing the planning standards and templates, facilitating planning workshops and engendering a culture of continuous improvement across the portfolio Working directly in support of the Head of PMO, Integration Portfolio you will: - Develop and maintain the planning standards and disciplines required to operate a robust, yet cost effective governance and control framework across the Phoenix integration portfolio (c. £50m - £100m budget). - Provide oversight, guidance and support to project and programme managers on plan development and plan management. - Facilitate planning workshops as appropriate to drive identification of key milestones, the critical path, dependencies, and planning risks and assumptions. - Support the Head of PMO, Integration Portfolio with the mobilisation of new integration programmes, working with the programme lead(s) to identify and plan all activities required through to deal completion and subsequent separation and transition, as appropriate. - Create and maintain executive-level MI for senior internal and external stakeholders, including, but not limited to, separation and transition plans, portfolio roadmaps and milestone trackers. What we’re looking for  - Excellent understanding of project management disciplines. - Knowledge of governance, controls and reporting mechanisms to an auditable standard - Expert knowledge and demonstrable experience in planning (high level vs detailed, WBS, critical path, scheduling). - Good approach/understanding to the delivery and tracking of project benefits. - In depth understanding and application of financial management of project costs including tracking and reporting. - Demonstrated ability to successfully mobilise and run project/programme offices on large projects/programmes. - Excellent interpersonal skills with the ability to work with and influence stakeholders from across the business. About the company We value our employees and have been certified as one of 'Britain's Top Employers' for seven consecutive years. We put people first in everything we do and are always looking for new professionals to join our talented teams. Our funds are closed, enabling us to focus on areas that other businesses can't. This means that, among the many benefits of working at Phoenix, our staff can enjoy exposure to a diverse workload not found elsewhere. We're proud of what we do, and we offer excellent training opportunities, career development and company culture. To apply online simply click Apply Now. N.B. When on the Phoenix Careers site, first time visitors will be asked to register before applying. Closing date: Midnight, Thursday 5th July 2018
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