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Posted: 21/01/2019

Salary: £280 - £300/day per Day

Category: Construction

Are you an Site Engineer or Senior Site Engineer from a Tier 1 Contractor environment who is looking for a new role with a flexible, dynamic principle civil engineering contractor? Then this thriving, award winning business could be for you.

This is an environment where self-motivated, practical, problem solvers will thrive and a place where staff are staff are empowered to deliver high quality engineering solutions to their clients.

Our client is looking to recruit Site Engineers with a minimum of 5 years experience behind them to deliver a major highways construction project in North Wales.

Key Responsibilities:

* Ensuring a “safety first” attitude underpins all operations undertaken for the Company to ensure the health and safety of the company’s personnel and any other people working or visiting site.

* Ensuring all activities are completed safely in compliance with the company’s health and safety policies and procedures.

* Ensuring company procedures and systems on quality, health & safety and the environment are implemented and complied with on site.

* Preparing quality, environmental and H&S construction plans in a timely manner.

* Ensuring the accurate setting out and surveying of all aspects of the works.

* Interpreting engineering drawings and specifications and ensuring the accurate construction of the works in accordance with client requirements.

* Providing sufficient and accurate information to the site Works Management and Foremen to ensure timely construction of the works.

* Assisting with ensuring adequate plant, labour and subcontract and material resources are available in a timely manner to comply with the project’s timescales.

* Preparing and submitting weekly reports on progress for review by the Site Agent or Project Manager, for inclusion in the project’s financial CVRs and forecasts to completion.

* Identifying potential problem areas, and financial impact, in sufficient time to ensure adequate provisions have been made within forecast accounts.

* The role is for permanent employment.

Key Qualifications and Capabilities:

To be considered for this role the following qualifications and experience are required;

* HNC or Degree in Civil Engineering or Equivalent.

* Proven experience as a Site Engineer role with a Tier 1 contractor.

* Preferable experience on highway schemes is desired.

* Computer literate with good working knowledge AutoCAD and surveying packages.

* Have good organisational skills.

* Be a team player and possess excellent interpersonal, listening and negotiation skills
Posted: 21/01/2019

Salary: £300 - £330/annum per Annum

Category: Construction

Brownlee Dean working with a national Tier 1 contractor who are looking to recruit an experienced Section Engineer, or Sub Agent level candidates to their team following a major project win.

Suitable candidate will have a strong and stable major infastructure employment history and will have worked with Tier 1 contractors on either road construction, structures or earthworks.

Key Responsibilities:

* Co-ordinate site setting out to satisfy contract programme requirements, delegating or carrying out setting out as necessary.

* Ensure standard Company procedures are adopted in carrying out setting out operations, and that effective methods of communication are used in transmitting information to operatives and subcontractors

* Assist in establishing and maintaining links with clients, determine customer satisfaction levels

* Quality is the cornerstone of our clients infrastructure’s strategy. The policy is to create and maintain a culture whereby everyone is continually seeking to satisfy their customers' requirements. Engineers will actively lead this initiative and will be responsible for monitoring the quality of the works in conjunction with the Test and Inspection Plan, maintaining as built records

* Develop the requisite safety systems and initiatives to ensure the delivery phase is successful in its aim.

* Ensure the Client KPI scores that are within the remit of the role are delivered with scores greater than industry average.

* Liaise and interface with other team members to deliver pre-construction activity.

* Drive improvements into the project by identifying and championing opportunities from the wider industry to deliver value for the scheme with respect to Health, Safety, Quality and Cost.

* Daily oversight of the production input into design and pre-construction activity

* Weekly input into the management activity to ensure outcomes are planned for and achieved

* Monthly reporting for internal and external reporting and discussion via meetings

Experience and Qualifications:

Applicants must have the following to be considered for this role.

* HNC or Degree in Civil Engineering or equivalent disciipline

* CSCS Card

* 5 Day SMSTS Certificate

* Environmental & H&S Awareness

* Tier 1 infrastructure project experienece

Salary: £10.70 - £11/hour Guaranteed hours and overtime available per Hour

Category: Other

Creating a better world, a better company, and a more fulfilling future…

Calor is an exciting and inspiring company to work for, where investment in our people's skills and knowledge is integral to our success. We ensure a supportive and inclusive working environment which is underpinned by our culture of expertise, safety and trust. These things allow us to lead the way in terms of sustainability, innovation and personal development.

As the lead supplier in the UK LPG market, things rarely stand still for us. From humble beginnings, and as part of SHV Energy, Calor has continued to develop and diversify, ensuring that our service offering is expansive, progressive and relevant to our customers. It is our people that enable us to do that, which is why they are the heart of our business.

Calor are looking for motivated, engaged and committed drivers who can take ownership of their areas, look after customers and becoming the regular, recognisable and friendly face of Calor. Becoming a driver for Calor means more than simply getting from A to B. You will ensure that our LPG products are delivered and unloaded safely whilst providing a reliable, friendly and helpful service to our customers.

In this role you will ensure that all Calor customers receive deliveries of product in an effective, efficient, safe and professional manner in line with operational business plans. To operate to acceptable customer service standards and within the law at all times.

Hours: The shift pattern is typically 8am – 5pm Monday – Friday plus alternate Saturday shifts when demand is high. Some early starts may also be required during peak periods due to business need, so flexibility is required.

Key Responsibilities will include:

* Co-operate fully with the Company to fulfil its legal obligations and develop a positive safety culture by taking care of driver’s own Health & Safety, and that of anyone affected by his/her actions, as well as reporting any hazards/ defects or shortcomings in Health and Safety to line management.
* Be fit and available to drive all company commercial vehicles for which they are suitably trained.
* Deliver company product in a safe, effective, efficient manner and in accordance with acceptable Customer Service Standards.
* Be fully aware of the major risks and be compliant with safety procedures which apply on all company owned and customer sites to avoid safety incidents.
* Provide accurate written and numerical information as necessary when completing company documentation.
* Report all vehicle, tank, customer, third party and personal injuries or damage to line management, with particular emphasis on vehicle defect forms.
* Undertake any training required to meet appropriate legislative or business requirements.
* Operate within the law and in accordance with company policies, procedures and instructions at all times.
* The job holder is responsible for co-operating fully with the Company in fulfilling its legal obligations, under the Health & Safety at Work Act and for carrying out his/her duties as laid down in the Company’s Health & Safety Policy document.
* Carry out additional tasks that in the judgement of management are within the job holder’s capabilities and are required to meet the needs of the business.

The successful candidate:

* Must hold a current LGV Class 2 (Category C) driving licence
* A current ADR Vocational Training Certificate
* Minimum ADR requirement is Class 2 in Gases, though not essential as ADR training may be given to the ideal candidate.
* You should be fully conversant with tachographs and driver hour's legislation, in addition to the details contained within Calor's LGV drivers manual.
* You will also need to demonstrate a high level of safety awareness at all times.
* Customer focused, you should have a flexible approach to your hours of work and be prepared to work weekends and public holidays as required to meet the needs of the business.
* Be provided with full training and PPE

If you are successful in being offered this role, you will be required to carry out pre-employment checks including: 5 year address history, 3 year employment history, criminal record check, and driving licence verification and be medically fit to work.

We look for people who are open minded, embrace new ways of working, step out of their comfort zone seek out new opportunities and look to continuously learn.

If this sounds like you, please apply! We look forward to hearing from you!

We look for people who are open minded, embrace new ways of working, step out of their comfort zone seek out new opportunities and look to continuously learn. Opportunities to progress, to develop and to be recognised for your achievements are part of our daily life, and we want to share that with you! Together with your commitment, drive and personal performance, we believe you can bring out the best in yourself at Calor.

To be considered for the above opportunity you must be eligible to live and work in UK and hold a full driving licence that is valid for you to drive in the UK.

Calor Gas Ltd. adhere to ethical recruiting methods ensuring that we do not discriminate against any candidate because of age, disability, gender reassignment, marriage or civil partnership, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion or belief, sex, or sexual orientation

Salary: £10.70 - £16.05/hour per Hour

Posted: 11/01/2019

Salary: £45000 - £50000/annum per Annum

Category: Construction

Excellent Opportunity. Technical Facility Manager. £50k. Monday to Thursday. Trawsfynydd.

Your new company
You will be working for a large FM Service Provider.

Your new role
In your new role you will oversee the management of all aspects of the contract, ensuring completion of the work safely to time and budget. To oversee the management of all aspects of the Contract, ensuring completion of the work safely to time and budget.

What you'll need to succeed
Essential qualities include the ability to manage client relations, team management, and supplier management with a motivation to continuously improve all aspects of the operation and quality of service delivery.

* Previous experience within a managerial/similar role; must have worked in similar facilities/property services role
* BICS Assessor is highly desirable but not essential
* Train the Trainer is highly desirable but not essential
* NVQ Level 3 in management is highly desirable but not essential
* Excellent interpersonal communication & people management skills in order to build successful, long term customer & employee relationships whilst working openly & collaboratively at all levels with individuals & groups, remaining people centred in addition to task focused
* Excellent leadership & motivational skills, with the ability to forward plan, work under pressure & influence at senior level
* An understanding of current health & safety legislation approved codes of practice & guidance notes
* Exposure to implementing, managing & compiling performance measurement
* Experience with financial forecasting, budgeting & analysis
* Strong ability to exercise judgement, negotiate & make sound decisions
* Ability to work to tight timescales & with a strong sense of self motivation and a creative approach towards problem solving whilst thriving on complex & unusual challenges
* Willingness to be involved in community activity

* Previous experience within a managerial/similar role; must have worked in similar facilities/property services role
* BICS Assessor is highly desirable but not essential
* Train the Trainer is highly desirable but not essential
* NVQ Level 3 in management is highly desirable but not essential
* Excellent interpersonal communication & people management skills in order to build successful, long term customer & employee relationships whilst working openly & collaboratively at all levels with individuals & groups, remaining people centred in addition to task focused
* Excellent leadership & motivational skills, with the ability to forward plan, work under pressure & influence at senior level
* An understanding of current health & safety legislation approved codes of practice & guidance notes
* Exposure to implementing, managing & compiling performance measurement
* Experience with financial forecasting, budgeting & analysis
* Strong ability to exercise judgement, negotiate & make sound decisions
* Ability to work to tight timescales & with a strong sense of self motivation and a creative approach towards problem solving whilst thriving on complex & unusual challenges
* Willingness to be involved in community activity

* Previous experience within a managerial/similar role; must have worked in similar facilities/property services role
* BICS Assessor is highly desirable but not essential
* Train the Trainer is highly desirable but not essential
* NVQ Level 3 in management is highly desirable but not essential
* Excellent interpersonal communication & people management skills in order to build successful, long term customer & employee relationships whilst working openly & collaboratively at all levels with individuals & groups, remaining people centred in addition to task focused
* Excellent leadership & motivational skills, with the ability to forward plan, work under pressure & influence at senior level
* An understanding of current health & safety legislation approved codes of practice & guidance notes
* Exposure to implementing, managing & compiling performance measurement
* Experience with financial forecasting, budgeting & analysis
* Strong ability to exercise judgement, negotiate & make sound decisions
* Ability to work to tight timescales & with a strong sense of self motivation and a creative approach towards problem solving whilst thriving on complex & unusual challenges
* Willingness to be involved in community activity

What you'll get in return
In return you will receive a £50k salary, a 4 day working week and an excellent all round package.

What you need to do now
If you're interested in this role, click 'apply now' to forward an up-to-date copy of your CV, or call us now.
If this job isn't quite right for you but you are looking for a new position, please contact us for a confidential discussion on your career.

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Posted: 10/01/2019

Salary: £25/hour PAYE per Hour

Posted: 08/01/2019

Salary: per

Category: Military/Emergency/Government

A temporary, full time position has become available to work in Caernarfon within a Government body as an Administration Officer. The role starts at £7.65 increasing after 12 weeks to £9.45.

The successful candidate will provide administrative support dealing with casework, they will need to follow set procedures and will exercise some independent judgment in carrying out instructions, under general supervision. Examples of work performed will include but not be restricted to:
- Collating and analysing fairly complex information or data, submitting results in a written report
- Overseeing administrative procedures and processes
- Assisting with budget preparation and control, if required
- Acting as a administrative liaison with internal and / or external sources
- Preparing routine correspondence
- Sorting and distributing mail
- Photocopying, filing, posting or proof-reading data
- Answering telephone calls and relaying messages

We are looking for someone who has had previous exposure to working within a similar role, dealing with administration and customer service on various levels, computer and communication skills are vital for this role, the successful candidate will need to go through security clearance, start date ASAP pending clearance and references.

If you are interested in the position please send an up to date CV through or contact the branch on (phone number removed). alternatively you can register online and complete a Government Registration
Posted: 08/01/2019

Salary: £10.45/hour per Hour

Category: Other

Assembly Technician

Adecco have an exciting opportunity for a temporary Assembly Technician to join a successful international client, who value their staff in Llanberis.

Salary: £10.45 per hour

Location: Llanberis

Hours: Monday – Friday( 40 hours per week)

Job Description:

Assembly of diagnostic kits and accessories in accordance with assembly records, box layout plans and assembly procedures to the correct quantity. Inspection of components and packaging items used in Kit Assembly.

Responsibilities:

* Use all company equipment supplied in a safe and efficient manner to keep the equipment in good order at all times
* Communicate verbally and written within team departments and line management
* To comply with all company policies and procedures at all times and to highlight any real or potential issues
* To comply with good manufacturing practice and relevant quality and environmental standards as documented within company Quality Management System
* To maintain highest possible standards of house keeping at all times
* To ensure all documentation is completed to the required quality standards at all times
* Maintain confidentially at all times

It would be great to see candidates with:

* Communication Skills
* Ability to work as part of a team
* Ability to follow instruction
* Knowledge and experience of a manufacturing/assembly role desired but not required as all training will be provided.

Adecco is an equal opportunities employer .If you do not hear from one of our consultants within 7 days of applying for this role, please assume you have been unsuccessful in this instance. Your CV will be kept on file and you will be considered for future vacancies that match your skills.

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Posted: 07/01/2019

Salary: £280 - £300/day Limited Company per Day

Posted: 07/01/2019

Salary: £280 - £300/day Limited Company per Day

Category: Construction

To undertake Site Engineering control and implementation of works on site, including monitoring and reporting of progress.
The Project:
Smart Motorway Construction, NEC 3, Projects Valued between £80m through £1.1bn, involving Earthworks, Road & Pavements and Structures
What you'll be doing
As, Site Engineer, you will:
* Site Surveys and Setting out for Earthworks, Roads, Drainage and Structures
* Contribute to the production of Permit to Dig, including briefings to the workforce;
* Maintain survey equipment including registers of equipment and testing regimes;
* Complete quality check sheets and production of information for handover documentation in a timely manner in line with programme;
* Measure actual materials used and reconcile with theoretical measure, reporting and investigating reasons for differences;
* Report to the Sub Agent
* Produce accurate daily diary of resources, including labour, plant, materials, subcontractors and outputs.
Who we're looking for
You will:
* Hold a current driving license and CSCS Card;
* Previous experience in Civil engineering, roads / highways, deep drainage, earthworks, pavements, structures (preferable but not essential)
* Be able to understand Permit to Dig System;
* Be able to report issues with control and information provided;
* Have the ability to read and understand drawings and schedules;
* Be able to take off and schedule material quantities accurately;
* Have knowledge of specification and contract documents.
Why work for us
Day in, day out, our clients deliver amazing projects in challenging conditions; developing, managing and maintaining the vital infrastructure and public spaces that modern economies, societies and communities rely on